Richard Marsten:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Richard Marsten, pseudonym of Salvatore Albert Lombino (b. 1926 - d. 2005). He also wrote as Evan Hunter and Ed McBain. He wrote a few stories in the science fiction genre, mostly in the 1950's; much of his lifetime output of 150 novels and story collections are detective stories.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Roboscribe
A robotic writer of hard-bitten detective yarns.

End as a Robot (1954)


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