1926 in science fiction
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The year 1926 was marked, in science fiction, by the following events.
Births and deathsEdit
- February 20 – Richard Matheson, American writer (died 2013)
- March 19 – Jimmy Guieu, French writer (died 2000)
- March 29 – Lino Aldani, Italian writer (died 2009)
- April 1 – Anne McCaffrey, American writer (died 2011)
- May 9 – John Middleton Murry, Jr., British writer (died 2002)
- August 9 – Frank M. Robinson, American writer (died 2014)
- November 25 – Poul Anderson, American writer (died 2001)
- April – first publication of Amazing Stories, which ran until 1995 (and again from 1998–2000, 2004–2005 and 2012–present)
The main science-fiction Awards known at the present time did not exist at this time.
- Metropolis, by Thea von Harbou
- The Land of Mist, by Arthur Conan Doyle
- (in Russian) The Lord of the World, by Alexander Belayev