George M. Ewing:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
George M. Ewing (b. 1946 - d. 2010) was an American short story writer who also contributed many technical articles. He loved electronics and Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and taught high school English in Cheboygan, Michigan. After attending the Clarion Workshop in 1973, he published a number of stories.

(George M. Ewing)

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Small spacecraft used to remove orbital debris.

A Little Further Up The Fox... (1987)

Transport Walkers
Multilegged transport vehicles big enough to carry one person.

A Little Further Up The Fox... (1987)

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