Who Goes There - And Other Stories Author:John W. Campbell Jr. John W. Campbell, Jr. has done more than anyone else alive to put science into science-fiction. As editor of Astounding Science Fiction magazine - a job he has held since 1937 - he encouraged and introduced to the reading public such present-day masters in this field as Robert Heinlein, Lewis Padgett, Isaac Asimov, Theodore Sturgeon, and many ot... more »hers. Twice - in 1947 and again in 1954 - he has been guest of honor at the World Science-Fiction Convention - the only person to have been accorded this distinction more than once. And he has written some memorable stories, the best of which are collected in this book.
Stories included: "Who Goes There?" (1937), "Twilight"(1932), "Night" (1935), "Blindness" (1935) "The Story of Aesir" (1937-38). Also includes essay about the author by Theodore Sturgeon.