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Charles Harness

(Charles Leonard Harness)
USA (1915 - 2005)

aka Leonard Lockhard

An American pioneer in the science fiction genre, Harness developed themes of transcendental metamorphosis in his many works which have largely been ignored by American readers despite earning consistent praise from leading British writers, including Brian Aldiss and Michael Moorcock.
1. Flight into Yesterday (1953)
     aka The Paradox Men
2. The Ring of Ritornel (1968)
3. Firebird (1980)
Flight into YesterdayThe Ring of RitornelFirebird
Anthologies containing stories by Charles Harness
Out of This World 10Space OperaTerry Carr's Best Science Fiction of the Year 14Commando Brigade 3000
The Science Fiction Century
Short stories
The Chess Players
The Paradox Men (1949)
Stalemate in Space (1949)
The Rose [short story] (1953)
The Lagging Profession (1961) (with Leonard Lockhard (Charles Harness))
The Alchemist (1966)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula (nominee)
An Ornament to His Profession [short story] (1966)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula (nominee)
Probable Cause (1969)Nebula (nominee)
Summer Solstice (1984)Hugo (nominee)
The Cajamarca Project (1985)
George Washington Slept Here (1985)
The GUAC Bug (1998)

Hugo nominee (1967) : The Alchemist
Hugo nominee (1967) : An Ornament to His Profession [short story]
Nebula nominee (1967) : The Alchemist
Nebula nominee (1967) : An Ornament to His Profession [short story]
Nebula nominee (1970) : Probable Cause
Hugo nominee (1985) : Summer Solstice

Books about Charles Harness
Charles L. Harness: Attorney in Space (2001) by Ted Koppel and Phil Stephensen-Payne
Charles L. Harness: Attorney in Space

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