SF writer Henry Hasse was born 100 years ago today. Hasse's first solo science fiction story was "He Who Shrank" (Amazing Stories, August 1936); it made quite a splash in its day but age has not been kind to it. Likewise, "Pendulum" (Super Science Stories, November 1941), which he co-wrote with Ray Bradbury and which was Bradbury's first professional sale. Hasse died in 1977.
To celebrate Henry Hasse's centennial, here's a link to one of his stories, "Walls of Acid," from the first issue of Fantasy Book (July 1947).
Do you like Hasse for his own work, or more for the Bradbury connection?ReplyDelete
Todd, some of Hasse's stories are pretty interesting, but most people remember him (if at all) because of RB.Delete