Clark Ashton Smith:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Clark Ashton Smith (1893-1961) authored a number of fantasy, horror and science fiction short stories. In addition, he was a poet, sculptor and painter. He never went to high school, having grown up in the small town of Auburn, California. He published his first volume of poetry at 19 in San Francisco.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Unbreakable transparent window material.

Master of the Asteroid (1932)

Stratospheric Traffic
Bad traffic at every level.

The Great God Awto (1940)

Pertaining to the Earth.

An Adventure in Futurity (1931)

Originating from some world other than Earth.

An Adventure in Futurity (1931)

Inflicts a fatal frostbite on living tissue.

An Adventure in Futurity (1931)

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