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Sf of this type had great influence on the first postwar generation of German sf authors. Before writing, he consulted the German rocket pioneer Max Valier and was able to give a technically exact according to the knowledge of the time description of a flight to the Moon and of other space plans since realized.
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Another writer who like Gail had some of his work translated into English and published in Hugo Gernsback 's sf magazines was Otfrid von Hanstein. But perhaps the sf writer of the period best known abroad was Thea von Harbou , who had collaborated with her husband, film director Fritz Lang , on the screenplays of several sf films including the great classic Metropolis and also Die Frau im Mond An unusual theme is dealt with in Druso: Oder die gestohlene Menschheit ["Druso, or The Stolen Mankind"] ; trans Fletcher Pratt as "Druso" Wonder Stories by Friedrich Freksa , a novel about superhumans that reaches far into the future, but which is sadly marred by racist and fascist undertones.
This is almost opposite, politically, to Utopolis by Werner Illing , which is a socialist utopia in which workers defeat rebellious capitalists. Utopolis , however, is at the more literary end of the spectrum. It was one of several impressive sf novels published by non-genre authors between the wars. Among the others were Tuzub 37 by Paul Gurk , a strange "green" dystopia in which a flayed and totally concreted Nature rises up against the mankind who did this, and Balthasar Tipho by Hans Flesch , a strong apocalyptic novel.
His work was a potent influence on Cordwainer Smith 's sf.
All of these works, however, stand somewhat outside what most readers would regard as sf proper. This line made the term "science fiction" known to German readers for the first time, and is now legendary to fans and collectors. In terms of copies sold at the time, it was a flop. While in the GDR literature generally, and therefore sf, had to serve socialism, in the FRG sf publishing at first saw itself in terms of the traditional Zukunftsroman. A specialized form of publishing turned out to be significant for sf: cheaply produced hardbacks with millboard covers, issued in small print runs for commercial circulating libraries.
Before the circulating libraries fell victim in the late s and early s to the altered leisure-time behaviour of the readership, more than sf novels were published in this format. Even though most of them were trash, they nevertheless prepared the way for a growing generation of native German authors, as well as publishing translations into German for the first time of books by E E "Doc" Smith , A E van Vogt , Philip K Dick , Clifford D Simak and others.
The second and more important pathway into postwar German sf writing was provided by the publishers of pulp adventures. The long and continuous German tradition of publishing dime-novel booklets only faded away in the s. Some reprints of prewar sf of this kind have already been mentioned, but it was above all the three publishers Pabel, Lehning and Moewig who dominated in this field.
In Lehning followed up with reprints of circulating-library titles in its pulp line Luna-Utopia-Roman , and in Moewig joined the scene with Terra , followed by Terra-Sonderband and Galaxis , a German edition of Galaxy Science Fiction. It was Pabel which succeeded in popularizing the term "science fiction" in Germany. At the beginning of the Utopia-Zukunftsromane line the stories consisted of serial adventures in the Jim Parker series, but later they shifted to novels independent of series, and from on also translations mostly short novels of Murray Leinster , Eric Frank Russell and many others.
Quite a number of the best and most popular US sf novels and novellas appeared amid all this material published by Pabel and the other companies, but most were translated rather badly and, as the format was limited to a fixed number of pages, often drastically cut, a practice that continued in German sf translations for a long time, since early paperbacks, too, had a rigidly restricted page count.
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It was Walter Ernsting , first at Pabel and later at Moewig, who could be regarded as the engine that propelled the growing sf industry. He wrote sf adventures under the pseudonym Clark Darlton ; along with K H Scheer he soon became the most popular author of German adventure sf, and as an editor he was responsible for altering publishers' policies in part towards the publication of more of the UK-US type of sf , editing both Utopia-Magazin and the pulp publishing lines the immediate predecessors of paperback publishing as understood in the English-speaking world Utopia-Grossband and Terra-Sonderband , the latter continuing as the paperback line Terra-Taschenbuch.
Ernsting is, of course, most famous for founding Perry Rhodan with Scheer in It is the most popular pulp-adventure sf series in the History of SF ; to more than short novels had been published in it, not to mention numerous reprints, paperbacks, hardcovers and the spin-off Atlan series, which itself has published a massive number of titles. The Perry Rhodan print-run — it is published weekly — is around , copies for the first edition.
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