Mack Reynolds

American science fiction writer

1917   -   1983

country of citizenship: United States of America
occupation: novelist, writer, science fiction writer

Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds (November 11, 1917 – January 30, 1983) was an American science fiction writer. His pen names included Dallas Ross, Mark Mallory, Clark Collins, Dallas Rose, Guy McCord, Maxine Reynolds, Bob Belmont, and Todd Harding. His work focused on socioeconomic speculation, usually expressed in thought-provoking explorations of utopian societies from a radical, sometime satiric perspective. He was a popular author from the 1950s to the 1970s, especially with readers of science fiction and fantasy magazines.Reynolds was the first author to write an original novel based upon the 1966-1969 NBC television series Star Trek. The book, Mission to Horatius (1968), was aimed at young readers.
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works

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Mission to Horatius

book by Mack Reynolds

author: Mack Reynolds

1968

The Best Ye Breed

book by Mack Reynolds

author: Mack Reynolds

1978

Dark Interlude

book by Fredric Brown

author: Fredric Brown, Mack Reynolds

1951

Of Godlike Power

book by Mack Reynolds

author: Mack Reynolds

1965

The Cosmic Eye

book by Mack Reynolds

author: Mack Reynolds

1963

Black Man's Burden

book by Mack Reynolds

author: Mack Reynolds

1962

Black Sheep Astray

short story by Mack Reynolds

author: Mack Reynolds

Border, Breed nor Birth

book by Mack Reynolds

author: Mack Reynolds

1962

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