John W. Campbell
Books and Stories

John W. Campbell was born in 1910; he died in 1971. He received a degree in Physics from MIT in 1923, publishing his first stories when still a student. In 1937 he became editor of Astounding Stories and discovered many great talents of sf, including Asimov, Heinlein, Sturgeon, van Vogt and others. He freely offered his ideas to his writers; Isaac Asimov has credited Campbell with the Three Laws of Robotics.


(John W. Campbell [1931 Wonder Stories])

Select a novel or story title to see the inventions from that work:

Blindness, Astounding Science Fiction, 1935

Electronic Siege, Wonder Stories, 1932

Elimination, Astounding Science Fiction, 1936

Invaders From The Infinite, Experimental Publishing Co., 1932

Islands of Space, Amazing Stories, 1931

Piracy Preferred, Amazing Stories, 1930

Planet of Eternal Night, Thrilling Wonder Stories, 1939

The Battery of Hate, Teck Publications, 1933

The Black Star Passes, Amazing Stories, 1930

The Brain Pirates, Thrilling Wonder Stories, 1938

The Derelicts of Ganymede, Wonder Stories, 1932

The Machine, Astounding Science Fiction, 1935

The Mightiest Machine, Astounding Science-Fiction, 1934

The Moon is Hell, Fantasy Press, 1950

The Ultimate Weapon, Unknown, 1936

Twilight, Astounding Science Fiction, 1934

 

 

 

 

 

Science Fiction in the News:

Liftware Level, Google's Smart Spoon (5/21/2020)

Cute Teddy Bear Robot Favorite Of Hospitalized Children (5/19/2020)

Google Now Expects Chips To Design Themselves (5/17/2020)

PRAM Solar Powered Satellite Hardware Tested In Orbit (5/15/2020)

3D Printed Glass Uses Stereolithography Techniques (5/13/2020)

Science Fiction Helps Young Readers Build Resiliency (5/11/2020)

I Want My 1928 Telestereo Hologram Now (5/9/2020)

Memes Now Come From Neural Nets (5/7/2020)

Robot Dog Learns To Be Doggy From Real Dogs (5/5/2020)

Unwanted Cruise Ships Huddle Together Out At Sea (5/3/2020)

 

 

 

Home | Glossary | Invention Timeline | Category | New | Contact Us | FAQ | Advertise |
Technovelgy.com - where science meets fiction™

Copyright© Technovelgy LLC; all rights reserved.