P. Schuyler  Miller (w/D. McDermott):
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Peter Schuyler Miller (b. 1912 - d. 1974) was an American critic, amateur archaeologist and author; an MSc in chemistry, he did research for a time and from 1952 until his death worked as a technical writer. He remains best known in the sf world for his book reviews in Astounding Science-Fiction, which first appeared in 1945 and became a regular monthly feature in October 1951 under a surtitle, The Reference Library, and continued until his death, the last instalment appearing in January 1975.

Dennis McDermott is a pseudonym of Miller's.

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Pocket-Planet

The Duel on the Asteroid (1932)


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