An ancient doc found in a
little shop in India!
Some of my books
Cover art for my
"Images of Tomorrow"
Albert A. Nuetzell
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I was lucky enough not only in selling my work to publishers but also ending up packaging books for some of them, and finally becoming a "publisher" much like those who had bought my first novels. From there it was a simple leap to editing not only a sci-fi anthology, but a line of sci-fi books for Powell Publications. Throughout these active professional years I had the chance to design some covers and doing graphic cover layouts for pocket books & magazines.ANNOUNCING THE RELEASE OF
Some of the experiences I had during these years are detailed in the articles listed on my egomania page. In the last years it has become possible to re-release some of my stories and novels in print & e-book form, as showed on this page.
With added new special Epilog!
Thoris of Rota taunts death, magic and Xalla the Wizard's domain to protect beautiful Princess of Haldolen!
Original Pocketbook Wildside Press Cover
In the tradition of ERB...
These two started the
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This art is based on the cover painting created by Albert A. Nuetzell for a collection of 13 stories that I dedicated to my wife. (It contained a short novel "The Ersatz" as its main center piece).
Images of Tomorrow
I used the back cover for the present fully developed edition of Adapt or Die that had originally been published as Last Call ToThe Stars.
Three Interviews with Charles Nuetzel by:
And some commentary about the writing game:
DAD & I
An inside look at the publishing world from my book
A REAL HOOKER
How Edgar Rice Burroughs
hooked his readers.
The Queen Exposed in:
The naked truth is exposed!.
The cover for my book IMAGES OF TOMORROW was
the last cover art dad did for any of my books.
He died a month before man set foot on the moon.
The Ersatz was
originally published as Lovers: 2075 by
Charles English. Then slightly revised, under my own name, it became the
main feature offering in Images of Tomorrow.
In Belgium it was released with a great cover by
Take a gander at