Jerry Sohl


(Gerald Allan Sohl Sr)
USA flag (1913 - 2002)

aka Nathan Butler

JERRY SOHL was one of the most successful science fiction, fantasy, and mystery writers of his time. A prolific author of novels (Costigans Needle, Point Ultimate) and films (Die, Monster, Die! with Boris Karloff), he is perhaps best-known today for his teleplays for The Twilight Zone, Star Trek, The Outer Limits, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
 

Genres: Mystery
 

Novels
   Costigan's Needle (1953)
   The Haploids (1953)
   The Altered Ego (1954)
   The Mars Monopoly (1956)
   The Time Dissolver (1957)
   The Odious Ones (1959)
   One Against Herculum (1959)
   Point Ultimate (1959)
   The Transcendent Man (1959)
   Night Slaves (1965)
   The Lemon Eaters (1967)
   The Anomaly (1971)
   The Spun Sugar Hole (1971)
   Dr. Josh (1973) (as by Nathan Butler)
   The Resurrection of Frank Borchard (1973)
   Mamelle (1974) (as by Nathan Butler)
   Blow-dry (1976) (as by Nathan Butler)
   I, Aleppo (1976)
   Mamelle the Goddess (1977) (as by Nathan Butler)
   Death Sleep (1983)
   Kaheesh (1983) (as by Nathan Butler)
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Collections
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Novellas
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Series contributed to
Black Cat Weekly (with Eando Binder, Lester del Rey, James Holding, Dorothy B Hughes, Holly Wade Matter, John Shepphird, Cynthia Ward and Stephen Wasylyk)
   26. Black Cat Weekly #26 (2022)
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Jerry Sohl
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Short stories
The Seventh Order (1952)
Brknk's Bounty (1955)
The Invisible Enemy (1955)
Jelna (1972)
I Am Aleppo (1974)
Before a Live Audience (1975)
The Service (1976)
Dr Aldrich's Head (1994)
Hungry Alice (1999)