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Peter Phillips (author)

Peter Phillips, (1920 – 2012) was a British writer known for a series of science fiction stories published between 1948 and 1958. His best known story is Dreams Are Sacred (1948), an early example of a shared dream story facilitated by a device. Phillips apparently retired from writing fiction after 1958.[1]

List of published storiesEdit

  • No Silence for Maloeween (1948)
  • Death's Bouquet (1948)
  • Dreams Are Sacred (1948)
  • Manna (1949)
  • P-Plus (1949)
  • Unknown Quantity (1949)
  • Plagiarist (1950)
  • Counter Charm (1951)
  • Field Study (1951)
  • At No Extra Cost (1951)
  • She Who Laughs (1952)
  • Criteria (1952)
  • Lost Memory (1952)
  • Lila (1953)
  • University (1953)
  • Sylvia (1953)
  • The Warning (1953)
  • c/o Mr. Makepeace (1954)
  • First Man in the Moon (1954)
  • Variety Agent (1956)
  • Next Stop the Moon (1958)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Phillips, Peter. "Biography". Science Fiction Encyclopedia. Retrieved 28 October 2015.