Wilson Tucker

Wilson Tucker

Arthur Wilson "Bob" Tucker (1914–2006) was an American mystery, action adventure, and science fiction writer, who wrote professionally as Wilson Tucker.

He was also a prominent member of science fiction fandom, who wrote extensively for fanzines under the name Bob Tucker, a family nickname bestowed in childhood (his pronunciation corruption as a child of the actual nickname "Bub"). He became a prominent analyst and critic of the field, as well as the coiner of such terms as "space opera".

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Speculative Fiction Novels (13)
1982  The Best of Wilson Tucker
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1981  Resurrection Days
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1974  Ice and Iron
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1971  This Witch
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1970  The Year of the Quiet Sun
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1960  To the Tombaugh Station
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1958  The Lincoln Hunters
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1955  Time Bomb (The Time Masters, #2)
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1954  The Science-Fiction Subtreasury
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1953  Wild Talent
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1953  The Time Masters (The Time Masters, #1)
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1952  The Long Loud Silence
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1951  The City in the Sea
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