The Jester at Scar

The Jester at Scar by Edwin Charles Tubb

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Edwin Charles Tubb

A book by Edwin Charles Tubb

British writer and editor. He made his debut in fiction with the story "No Short Cuts" (New Worlds magazine, 1951). He immediately began to publish a lot of literary texts under many pseudonyms (he used about fifty pseudonyms only for magazine publications - among them the most famous are Charles Gray, Gregory Kern, Carl Maddox, Edward Thompson, Volsted Gridban, Gill Hunt, King Lang, Arthur Maclean , Brian Shaw and Roy Sheldon). The first author`s books were published in the same 1951 - the novels "Planetfall" and "Saturn Patrol" (under the "rolling pseudonyms" Gill Hunt and King Lang, respectively). Under his own name, he published his first novel in 1952 (Atom War on Mars). Of the numerous works of Tabb, the most famous are the cycles of space operas "Dumarest" (started in 1967 with the novel "The Winds of Gath", the cycle contains more than 30 works) about the space traveler Earle Dumarest, searching for the forgotten Earth in the Galaxy, "Cap Kennedy" (published in 1973-76 under the pseudonym Gregory Kern, began the novel "Galaxy of the Lost") about the galactic secret agent Cap Kennedy. E.

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Tubb was also editor of Authentic SF magazine from 1956-1957.

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British writer and editor. He made his debut in fiction with the story "No Short Cuts" (New Worlds magazine, 1951). He immediately began to publish a lot of literary texts under many pseudonyms (he used about fifty pseudonyms only for magazine publications - among them the most famous are Charles Gray, Gregory Kern, Carl Maddox, Edward Thompson, Volsted Gridban, Gill Hunt, King Lang, Arthur Maclean , Brian Shaw and Roy Sheldon). The first author`s books were published in the same 1951 - the novels "Planetfall" and "Saturn Patrol" (under the "rolling pseudonyms" Gill Hunt and King Lang, respectively). Under his own name, he published his first novel in 1952 (Atom War on Mars). Of the numerous works of Tabb, the most famous are the cycles of space operas "Dumarest" (started in 1967 with the novel "The Winds of Gath", the cycle contains more than 30 works) about the space traveler Earle Dumarest, searching for the forgotten Earth in the Galaxy, "Cap Kennedy" (published in 1973-76 under the pseudonym Gregory Kern, began the novel "Galaxy of the Lost") about the galactic secret agent Cap Kennedy. E. Ch. Tubb was also editor of Authentic SF magazine from 1956-1957.