5 Questions: THE GOLDEN AGE OF SCIENCE-FICTION

1 of 5
Writer and editor John W. Campbell wrote a novella titled Who Goes There? which was made into films in 1951 and again in 1982, both under what different title?
Alien
Blade Runner
The Thing
Zapped!
2 of 5
This late writer and former Naval officer received four Hugo awards and wrote 31 novels, including Starship Troopers. Name him.
Harlan Ellison
Fritz Lieber
Robert A. Heinlein
Philip K. Dick
3 of 5
In the golden age of sci-fi, Astounding Science Fiction was by far the most popular magazine in the genre. It's still around today, but is known by what new name?
Fantasy & Sci-Fi
Starlog
Artemis
Analog
4 of 5
What writer's work of science (and social) fiction, The Martian Chronicles, was published in Great Britain under the title The Silver Locusts?
Ray Bradbury
C.S. Lewis
Carl Sagan
Frank Herbert
5 of 5
What late Russian-born sci-fi legend, despite his many books on space travel, preferred land-based transportation since he was afraid of heights and flying?
Alexander Tyurin
Isaac Asimov
Ivan Efremov
Aldous Huxley