Weinbaum may refer to:

  • Stanley G. Weinbaum (1902-1935), early science fiction writer
  • Sheldon Weinbaum, City University of New York Distinguished Professor of Biomedical & Mechanical Engineering
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Stanley G. Weinbaum - Critical Reception
... Lester del Rey declared that "Weinbaum, more than any other writer, helped to take our field out of the doldrums of the early thirties and into the beginnings of modern science fiction." H.P ... Lovecraft stated that Weinbaum's writing was ingenious, and he stood miles above the other Pulp Fiction writers in his creation of genuinely alien worlds in a comparison to Edgar ... Bleiler, however, reported that although Weinbaum "was generally considered the most promising new s-f author of his day," his reputation is overstated ...
The Mad Moon
... Weinbaum that first appeared in the December 1935 issue of Astounding Stories ... case with his earlier stories "A Martian Odyssey" and "Parasite Planet", "The Mad Moon" showcases Weinbaum's talent for creating alien ecologies ... "The Mad Moon" was the only Weinbaum story set on Io ...
A Martian Odyssey
... Weinbaum originally published in the July 1934 issue of Wonder Stories ... It was Weinbaum's first published story, and remains his best known ... These are the only stories by Weinbaum set on Mars ...
The Quincunx Of Time - Plot Summary
... Robin Weinbaum of Earth Security submits to a request for an interview from Dana Lje, a video commentator, mostly because she can and has made his life difficult with her reporting of Security lapses ... When Weinbaum hears the name—the Dirac communicator—he is forced to believe that Interstellar Information have access to information even he doesn't have ... Weinbaum uses the Dirac device to communicate with his agents, even though he suspects the communications may not be secure ...