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Donald A Wollheim


(Donald Allen Wollheim)
USA flag (1914 - 1990)

aka David Grinnell, Martin Pearson

Donald Allen Wollheim was a science fiction writer, editor, publisher and fan. He published his own works under pseudonyms, including David Grinnell.

A member of the Futurians, he was one of the leading influences on the development of science fiction and science fiction fandom in the 20th century United States.

Genres: Science Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy
 
Novels
   The Girl with the Hungry Eyes (1949)
   The Secret of Saturn's Rings (1954)
   Sentinels From Space (1954)
   The Secret of the Martian Moons (1955)
   One Against the Moon (1956)
   Across Time (1958) (as by David Grinnell)
   The Edge of Time (1958) (as by David Grinnell)
   The Martian Missile (1959) (as by David Grinnell)
   The Secret of the Ninth Planet (1959)
   Destiny's Orbit (1961) (as by David Grinnell)
   The Secret of Saturn's Rays (1966)
   Destination, Saturn (1967) (with Lin Carter (as by David Grinnell) )
   To Venus! To Venus! (1971) (as by David Grinnell)
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Omnibus
   The 100th Millennium / Edge of Time (1959) (with John Brunner (as by David Grinnell) )
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Collections
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Anthology series
World's Best Science Fiction
   1. World's Best Science Fiction 1965 (1965) (with Terry Carr)
   4. World's Best Science Fiction 1968 (1968) (with Terry Carr)
   5. World's Best Science Fiction 1969 (1969) (with Terry Carr)
   6. World's Best Science Fiction 1970 (1970) (with Terry Carr)
   7. World's Best Science Fiction 1971 (1971) (with Terry Carr)
   8. The 1972 Annual World's Best SF (1972) (with Terry Carr)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series One
   9. The 1973 Annual World's Best SF (1973)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series Two
   10. The 1974 Annual World's Best SF (1974)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series Three
   11. The 1975 Annual World's Best SF (1975)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series Four
   12. The 1976 Annual World's Best SF (1975)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series Five
   13. The 1977 Annual World's Best SF (1977)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series Six
   14. The 1978 Annual World's Best SF (1978)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series Seven
   15. The 1979 Annual World's Best SF (1979)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series Eight
   17. The 1981 Annual World's Best SF (1981)
   18. The 1982 Annual World's Best SF (1982)
   19. The 1983 Annual World's Best SF (1983)
   20. The 1984 Annual World's Best SF (1984)
   21. The 1985 Annual World's Best SF (1985)
   22. The 1986 Annual World's Best SF (1986)
   23. The 1987 Annual World's Best SF (1987)
   24. The 1988 Annual World's Best SF (1988)
   26. The 1990 Annual World's Best SF (1990)
   World's Best Science Fiction 1966 (1966)
   World's Best Science Fiction 1967 (1967) (with Terry Carr)
     aka World's Best SF 3rd Series
   The 1980 Annual World's Best SF (1980)
     aka Wollheim's World's Best SF: Series Nine
   The 1989 Annual World's Best SF (1989)
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Anthologies edited
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Anthologies containing stories by Donald A Wollheim
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Short stories
Blueprint
Booklings
Castaway
Colossus of Maia
Colt Cash Cache
Cosmophobia
Hat
Hidden Conflict
Hook
Horror Out of Lovecraft
Interplane Express
Ishkabab
Lost Poe
Man from Ariel
Man from the Future
Mask of Demeter
Miss McWhortle's Weird
Outpost of Altark
Planet Called Aquella
Still Life
Up There
Who's There?
World in Balance
World on the Edge of the Universe
The Haters (1940)
Bones (1941)
Mimic (1942) (as by Martin Pearson)
Mimic (1942)
Pallas Rebellion (1950)
The Rag Thing (1951) (as by David Grinnell)
Malice Aforethought (1952) (as by David Grinnell)
Malice Aforethought (1952)
Asteroid 745: Mauritia (1953) (as by Martin Pearson)
Doorslammer (1963)
The Garrison (1965)
Give Her Hell (1969)
Santa Rides a Saucer (1969)
The Rules of the Game (1973)