By Arn Romulus and Denis Hughes
An SF Gateway eBook: bringing the classics to the future.
Full colour three dimensional television is a target at which engineers will soon be aiming. The technical obstacles are bound to be numerous, and it is also possible that other difficulties of an entirely different nature will arise - as Herrick soon finds out. Herrick had already achieved success on a limited scale, but his work led to curious results when the newly-developed receiver started picking up what appeared to be transmissions from an alien world...
Denis Hughes (1917-2008)
Denis Hughes was a British sf writer who published the majority of his work under a variety of pseudonyms. He was among the most prolific of those British writers similarly engaged and, like John Glasby and R.L. Fanthorpe, Hughes made use of a wide range of sf themes with considerable invention. Hughes was reticent about revealing personal information and relatively little is known of his life. After the collapse of Curtis Warren, for whom he wrote the majority of his novels, Hughes switched to scripting comics stories for D.C. Thomson and others from 1954 to 1988. Due to the demands of this work he ceased to write full-length novels entirely.
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27 Oct 2016
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