James Blish
Books and Stories

James Blish was born in New Jersey in 1921; he died in 1975. He had a BA in microbiology and served as a medical technician in WWII. He won a Hugo in 1959 for A Case of Conscience. Select a novel or story title to see the inventions from that work:

A Case of Conscience, Del Rey, 1958

And All The Stars A Stage, Unknown, 1971

Cities in Flight, Avon, 1957

Solar Plexus, Not Known, 1952

Surface Tension, Galaxy, 1952

The Enterprise Incident, Star Trek, 1967

 

 

 

 

 

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