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Below you'll find a A. E. van Vogt books list, including published and even unpublished works. This A. E. van Vogt bibliography includes all books by A. E. van Vogt, including collections, editorial contributions, and more. Any type of book or journal citing A. E. van Vogt as a writer should appear on this list. The full bibliography of the author A. E. van Vogt below includes book jacket images whenever possible. 2000X and Ghor, Kin-Slayer are included on this poll, along with many more.

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About the Author

A. E. van Vogt is considered a key author in John W. Campbell, Jr.’s Golden Age of science fiction. His best known novels include Slan and The World of Null-A. Van Vogt’s science fiction career began with the short story, “Black Destroyer,” published in Astounding Science Fiction in 1939. “Black Destroyer” remained one of his most popular stories, and has been cited as a source for the film Alien. In 1996, he received the Grand Master Award from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Along with John W. Campbell, Jr., Hugo Gernsback, and Jack Williamson, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame included van Vogt among its initial inductees.

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About the Author

A. E. van Vogt is considered a key author in John W. Campbell, Jr.’s Golden Age of science fiction. His best known novels include Slan and The World of Null-A. Van Vogt’s science fiction career began with the short story, “Black Destroyer,” published in Astounding Science Fiction in 1939. “Black Destroyer” remained one of his most popular stories, and has been cited as a source for the film Alien. In 1996, he received the Grand Master Award from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Along with John W. Campbell, Jr., Hugo Gernsback, and Jack Williamson, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame included van Vogt among its initial inductees.

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About the Author

A. E. van Vogt is considered a key author in John W. Campbell, Jr.’s Golden Age of science fiction. His best known novels include Slan and The World of Null-A. Van Vogt’s science fiction career began with the short story, “Black Destroyer,” published in Astounding Science Fiction in 1939. “Black Destroyer” remained one of his most popular stories, and has been cited as a source for the film Alien. In 1996, he received the Grand Master Award from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Along with John W. Campbell, Jr., Hugo Gernsback, and Jack Williamson, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame included van Vogt among its initial inductees.

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