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John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris (10 July 1903 – 11 March 1969) was an English science fiction writer who usually used the pen name John Wyndham, although he also used other combinations of his names, such as John Beynon and Lucas Parkes. Many of his works were set in post-apocalyptic landscapes.

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Bibliography

Novels

Posthumous novels

  • Web (1979) (published by Michael Joseph in 1979 and Penguin in 1980)
  • Plan for Chaos (2009) (published by the University of Liverpool Press)

Collections

Posthumous collections

  • Sleepers of Mars (1973)a collection of five stories originally published in magazines in the 1930s: Sleepers of Mars, Worlds to Barter, Invisible Monster, The Man from Earth & The Third Vibrator.
  • The Best of John Wyndham (1973)
  • Wanderers of Time (1973) a collection of five stories originally published in magazines in the 1930s: Wanderers of Time, Derelict of Space, Child of Power, The Last Lunarians & The Puff-ball Menace (a.k.a. Spheres of Hell).
  • Exiles on Asperus (1979)
  • No Place like Earth (2003)

Biography and Criticism

  • "John Wyndham: No Place Like Earth", programme on BBC Radio 4, 11.30 am, 12 November 2010





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