Cosmos - The Serial Novel
(Did you mean some other cosmos?)
Cosmos is a serial novel, including seventeen chapters by seventeen different authors. It was published in the fanzine Science Fiction Digest (later Fantasy Magazine) between July, 1933 and January, 1935.
In order of their chapters' appearance, the authors were:
- Ralph Milne Farley
- David H. Keller, M.D.
- Arthur J. Burks
- Bob Olsen
- Francis Flagg
- John W. Campbell
- Rae Winters (Raymond A. Palmer)
- Otis Adelbert Kline and E. Hoffman Price
- Abner J. Gelula
- Raymond A. Palmer
- A. Merritt
- J. Harvey Haggard
- Doc Smith
- P. Schuyler Miller
- Lloyd Arthur Eshbach
- Eando Binder
- Edmond Hamilton
(Ray Palmer wrote two chapters, one under the name Rae Winters. One chapter was written by two authors, making the total of unique authors seventeen.)
While not a literary success, the novel played an important role in establishing the careers of the editors involved, including Julius Schwartz, Raymond Palmer, Mort Weisinger, and Forrest J Ackerman.
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