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(1913-1984) Russian design engineer who wrote sf in collaboration with his first cousin Evgeny Voiskunsky (whom see for discussion of their work). [DRL]
Isai Borisovich Lukodianov
born Baku, Russia (now Azerbaijan): 6 June 1913
died Baku, USSR (now Azerbaijan): 14 May 1984
Institute of Marine Physics
- Ekipazh "Mekonga" (Moscow: Detgiz, 1961) with Evgeny Voiskunsky [Institute of Marine Physics: hb/V Vysotsky]
- The Crew of the Mekong (Moscow: Mir, 1974) with Evgeny Voiskunsky [trans by Leonard Stoklitsky of the above: Institute of Marine Physics: pb/]
- Ur, Syn Shama Formula Nevozmozhnogo ["Ur, Son of Sham"] (no publisher found: 1975) with Evgeny Voiskunsky [Institute of Marine Physics: binding unknown/]
- Fantastika 1963 (Moscow: Molodaya Gvardiya, 1963) edited by Kiriil Andreev [anth: contains "Tchiorny Stolb" with Evgeny Voiskunsky: hb/V Nagaev]
- The Molecular Café: Science Fiction Stories (Moscow: MIR, 1968) edited by Arkady and Boris Strugatski [anth: contains "Tchiorny Stolb" trans anon as "The Black Pillar": pb/]
Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
Accessed 11:12 am on 3 December 2023.