AE Van Vogt

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I've compiled what I hope is a useful list of all van Vogt's English-language science fiction/fantasy books with a lot of information (including what's in the various fixups and collections) packed in a single page:

Bibliography: A. E. van Vogt

If it's not useful, this can at least serve to maybe resurrect the thread. :)


May well be very useful. Thank you. I have a lot of van V's books but the thing I would REALLY like to get hold of a copy of is a screenplay he (co)wrote for the sequel to that masterpiece of trash moviemaking Starcrash

http://www.coolasscinema.com/2015/02/celluloid-trails-un-making-of-starcrash.html said:
Co-written in 1977 with SciFi novelist, A.E. Van Vogt, STAR RIDERS would never make its way to the Silver Screen, at least not in the form envisioned by its creator. It did survive in the written form, though; the novel version of Star Riders would surface several years later in 1986 in Italy as I cavalieri delle stelle (The Knights of the Stars).

Was this ever translated?

 

hitmouse

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I missed this one the first time round.

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J-Sun

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Impressive and useful for sure. Note to Donald Tuck: There's a new kid in town.
Thanks! Good to hear. As far as Tuck, though, those guys really worked - I just sort of selected and presented. ;)
Was this ever translated?
Interesting articles, but nope, that's never appeared in English. There's another case sort of related to that, in that van Vogt wrote a story, another Italian author expanded it, he sent a translated version to van Vogt, van Vogt tweaked it, and it was published as a collaboration (in French and German!) but has also never been actually published in English. The real bibliography of Storysource covers these.
I missed this one the first time round.
Me, too! Thanks for pointing it out and I'll update the bibliography soon. :)
 

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Destination Universe:cool:

I Seems to have repeated myself again. ;)

My favorite short story by him Is sometimes its under a different title Resurrection. This is story twould been a great choice forefather The Outer Limits or The Twilight Zone.
 

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