David H. Keller

David Henry Keller (1880–1966) was most often published as David H. Keller, MD, but also known by the pseudonyms Monk Smith, Matthew Smith, Amy Worth, Henry Cecil, Cecilia Henry, and Jacobus Hubelaire. He was a writer for pulp magazines in the mid-twentieth century who wrote science fiction, fantasy and horror. He was the first psychiatrist to write for the genre.

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David H. Keller. Wikipedia.

Edited by 2009-09-10 (Seregil of Rhiminee)

Book Covers

The Conquerors
The Human Termites
The Evening Star
The Time Projector
The Metal Doom
The Devil and the Doctor
The Abyss
Solitary Hunters and The Abyss
The Homunculus
The Eternal Conflict
Life Everlasting and Other Tales of Science, Fantasy and Horror
Tales from Underwood
The Folsom Flint and Other Curious Tales
The Last Magician

Speculative Fiction Novels (14)

The Last Magician
1978 | science fiction, fantasy, short stories
The Folsom Flint and Other Curious Tales
1969 | science fiction, short stories
Tales from Underwood
1952 | science fiction, short stories
The Homunculus
1949 | science fiction
The Eternal Conflict
1949 | science fiction
Life Everlasting and Other Tales of Science, Fantasy and Horror
1949 | science fiction, fantasy, horror, short stories
The Abyss
1948 | science fiction
Solitary Hunters and The Abyss
1948 | science fiction
The Devil and the Doctor
1940 | science fiction
The Metal Doom
1932 | science fiction
The Time Projector
1931 | science fiction
The Evening Star
1930 | science fiction
The Conquerors
1929 | science fiction
The Human Termites
1929 | science fiction