stands as one of the significant writers of fantasy and science fiction
of the 20th century. During the Golden Age of SciFi he wrote over 250 short stories for the colorful pulp magazines of the day. He later adapted many of his stories
for radio and television, as well as producing many original scripts.
He passed way on November 4, 2006, nineteen days short of his 98th birthday.
This page is devoted to his writings, both fiction and non-fiction. It includes a
comprehensive listing of his literary endeavors. It also has video from two
recent appearances at Marshall University. In 2003 Bond donated his
papers to that University's library.
This page was largely developed using records from Nelson Bond's
personal papers, as well as with his invaluable personal assistance.