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The H.G. Wells Society, founded in 1960, is an international association composed of people interested in the life, work and thought of the British writer and thinker Herbert George Wells (18661946), and encouraging a wider interest in his writings and ideas. The Society has published a comprehensive bibliography of Wells's published works, and has printed the following other publications, several of which are works by Wells which had been hitherto out of print for many years:

- H. G. Wells, The Last Books of H. G. Wells: The Happy Turning and Mind at the End of its Tether, ed. G. P. Wells (1982).

- H.G. Wells Society, A Comprehensive Bibliography, foreword by Kingsley Martin (1985).

- H. G. Wells, The Discovery of the Future with The Commonsense of World Peace and The Human Adventure, ed. Patrick Parrinder (1989).

- H. G. Wells, Select Conversations with an Uncle (Now Extinct) with Two Hitherto Unreprinted Conversations, ed. David C. Smith and Patrick Parrinder, foreword by Michael Foot (1992).

- John Hammond, The H.G. Wells Society: A Short History (2000).

- H.G. Wells, The Betterave Papers, ed. John Hammond (2001).

- James Dilloway, Human Rights and World Order, 2nd edn (1998).

The Society's objective is "to promote and encourage universally an active interest in, and appreciation of, the life, work and thought of Herbert George Wells".

Its specific aims are:

Each year the Society organises a September conference where aspects of Wells's life and work are discussed.All members receive a triannual newsletter and an annual journal, entitled The Wellsian.

Over the years, the Society has accumulated a substantial collection of books and pamphlets by Wells, and an archive of press cutting relating to Wells. This collection is currently housed in the Learning Centre at the Holloway Road campus of the London Metropolitan Universitymarker. The Society is also closely associated with the Wells Collections at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaignmarker and Bromley Central Library, South London, the former being the repository of the Wells papers.

The President of the Society is Dr John Hammond, its founder, and it has a number of distinguished Vice-presidents, including Arthur C. Clarke, Michael Foot, Brian Aldiss, Christopher Priest and Stephen Baxter.


  • Information leaflets & Newsletters published by the H. G. Wells Society
  • The Wellsian, official journal, annually published by the H. G. Wells Society

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