Nils Frome in The Golden Atom

Moskowitz, Sam
March 1986
Science Fiction Studies;Mar86, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p98
Academic Journal
The article presents information about science fiction writer Nils Frome. The history of Frome's interest in the genre of science fiction can be found in the files of the magazine "The Golden Atom." Frome's first story which appeared in the magazine in December 1940 was titled "White Walls of Vahalla."


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