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Computers in Fiction
fictional computing in the 20th century

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Van Tassel, Dennie. (ed.) Computers, Computers, Computers. In Fiction and in Verse


Make Way for the Machines Dennie L. Van Tassel
Answer Fredric Brown Angels and Spaceships, Dutton, 1954
The Perfect Crime Richard T. Sandberg Data Processing Feb ’67
Put Your Brains in Your Pocket Arthur W. Hoppe The San Francisco Chronicle, 1974
Fool’s Mate Robert Sheckley Astounding Mar ’53
Pooling Information with a Computer Art Buchwald
Space to Move Joseph Green The New Mind, Frontiers 2, Macmillan, 1973
Computers Don’t Argue Gordon R. Dickson Analog Sep ’65
That Dinkum Thinkum Robert A. Heinlein If Dec ’65
Arthur’s Night Out Laurence Lerner A.R.T.H.U.R., Laurence Lerner, 1974
2066: Election Day Michael Shaara Astounding Dec ’56
From an Ecclesiastical Chronicle John Heath-Stubbs Holding Your Eight Hands, Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1969
Answer “Affirmative” or “Negative” Barbara Paul Analog Apr ’72
The Metric Plot Jim Haynes Computer Mar ’74
Push the Magic Button Renn Zaphiropoulos
When the Computer Went Out to Launch Art Buchwald 1972
Criminal in Utopia Mack Reynolds Galaxy Oct ’68
The Union Forever Barry N. Malzberg Showcase, Harper & Row, 1973
The Day the Computer Got Waldon Ashenfelter Bob Elliott & Ray Goulding Atlantic Monthly Nov ’67

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