Harry Bates
Books and Stories

Harry Bates (Hiram Gilmore Bates III) (b. 1900 - d. 1981) was an American science fiction editor and writer.

In 1964, Bates recalled his editorship of Astounding: "Long ago I was a party to the genesis of a magazine which persisted through thirty years and thirty millions of words. ... Astounding was a living being. I served it in its infancy and childhood, Orlin Tremaine brought it through youth and adolescence, John Campbell guided it through adulthood and maturity."Select a novel or story title to see the inventions from that work:

A Matter of Size, Astounding Science Fiction, 1934

 

 

 

 

 

Science Fiction in the News:

'Courier Commons' By Tomorrow Lab, From Karl Schroeder (and Bruce Sterling?) (1/25/2023)

Terrifying Robotic Apple Harvester (1/23/2023)

Jetson-Style Clockwork Robot Nail Salon Coming To Target Near You (1/21/2023)

Mechanical Horse Sculpture Gallops In Place (1/19/2023)

'Make Sunsets' Tweaks Climate By Atmospheric Alteration (1/17/2023)

Eviation Alice Electric Plane First Flight (1/15/2023)

Hotels Turn To Robots As Human Workers Regroup (1/13/2023)

Changesite Mineral To Be Mined On Moon By China (1/11/2023)

Tongue-Controlled Tong Wearable Mouth Computer (1/9/2023)

Is It Better To Be Short? (1/7/2023)

 

 

 

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