Margaret St. Clair:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Margaret Saint Clair (b. 1911, d. 1995) was an American science fiction writer who published her first story in 1946. She also pubished under the name Idris Seabright.

"It was an interesting thing to watch science fiction and fantasy fiction grow from the battle between worlds theme to the current human interest type of story. Really Iím glad it is taking this trend, because it seems to me that a story about people, their problems, emotions, triumphs, and failures, is a far more interesting story to read and write. At any rate I find this to be true."


(Margaret St. Clair)

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Bolt Anti-Grav
This device produces a torus-shaped discharge that causes weightlessness.

Sacred Martian Pig (Idris' Pig) (1949)

Fluor Strips
Lighting long narrow devices.

Sacred Martian Pig (Idris' Pig) (1949)

Gee
Using the standard letter designation in physics for gravity.

Sacred Martian Pig (Idris' Pig) (1949)

Shari
A multipurpose net worn as clothing.

Sacred Martian Pig (Idris' Pig) (1949)

Sliver Gun
A firearm that shoots fine darts.

The Unreliable Perfumist (1953)

Space Scurvy (Kenoalgia)
A wasting disease of space travel.

Sacred Martian Pig (Idris' Pig) (1949)


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