George passed away in July 1981. The stories are still in copyright and should not be used elsewhere without consent. George indicated that he did not retain copyright of all his work but sold some of it outright- after all this time with no paperwork, ownership is something of a guess. I have been unable to locate ANY publication of his works in the last thirty years, which is ridiculous. Most of the old SF magazines his stories were in are now (2015 onwards) appearing online, so here is some of George's work brought from Internet sources together in one place. (Usual Internet source is archive.org). Enjoy.
From Beyond the Dawn New Worlds Issue 3 (1947)
Necessity New Worlds Issue 5 (1949)
Adaptability (1950) [New Worlds 6]
Quest (1950) (New Worlds 7)
The Ark (Science Fantasy No 2, Winter 1950-51) 29pp
Deus Ex Machina (1950) New Worlds 8.
Prison Trap (1951) (New Worlds 10)
No Heritage (1951) New Worlds 12. [as by George Longdon]
Time Was (1951) New Worlds 12 [Nick Riordan]
The Undying Enemy (Science Fantasy #3) (1951)
When Greed Steps In (Fantastic Adventures January 1952)
(also published as "The Plimsoll Line" in Science Fantasy v2 n4 Spring 1952, editor John Carnell, publisher Nova)
Earth Our New Eden (1952) (Authentic 20)
Man's Questing Ended New Worlds 16 (1952) [Nick Riordan]
The Temporal Rift (New Worlds 16) (1952) [as by George Longdon]
The Peacemaker (1952) (New Worlds 17)
Of Those Who Came (1952) [as by George Longdon] (New Worlds 18)
Power Factor (from New Worlds 21 of June 1953) 18pp
Firstling (1953) (Nebula Issue 6) [as by F. G. Rayer]
The Lava Seas Tunnel (from Authentic SF No 43 March 1954, price 1/6d (7.5p)) with E R James (15pp)
Seek Earthmen No More (1954) (Science fantasy 7)
Space Prize (Science Fantasy 8) (May 1954)
Pipe Away Stranger From New Worlds Science Fiction, Volume 9 , Issue Number 25, dated July 1954.
Come Away Home New Worlds 27 (Sept 1954)
Dark Summer (Sept 1954) Science Fantasy #10.
Co-Efficiency Zero (1954) (Science Fantasy 11)
Kill Me This Man (1955) (New Worlds 31)
Ephemeral This City (1955) (New Worlds 33)
This Night No More From Nebula 13 of Sept 1955,
Stormhead (New Worlds SF Vol 14 No 40 Oct 1955) 17pp
Painters of Narve - 9pp - From New Worlds 69 of March 1958 -
Spring Fair Moduli (New Worlds SF Vol 35 No 103 Feb 1961) 14pp.
Contact Pattern (SF Adventures v4n19 1961) (41pp)
Sacrifice (New Worlds v40 n119 1962) (8pp)
Variant (New Worlds v41 n121 Aug 1962) (13pp)
Aqueduct (New Worlds v43 n128 March 1963) (16pp)
2007 appreciation in Practical Wireless
On the list to add later are-
Article by F G Rayer from Space Diversions Issue 6, 1953 (Liverpool SF Society)
TO EDIT FROM ARCHIVE ORG:
The Voices Beyond - New Worlds 41 (1955)
The Jakandi Moduli - New Worlds 42 (1955)
Consolidation Area (1956)
Culture Pattern (1956)
Error Potential (1956)
Period of Error (1956) [as by George Longdon]
Period of Quarantine (1956) with E. R. James
The Falsifiers (1956) [as by George Longdon]
Three-Day Tidal (1956)
Tree Dweller (1956) [as by George Longdon]
Stress Complex (1957)
Beacon Green (1957) [as by F. G. Rayer]
Wishing Stone (1958) (Science Fantasy Aug 58)
I Like You (1959) [as by George Longdon]
Sands Our Abode (1959)
Static Trouble (1960)
Adjustment Period (1960) (SF Adventures 16)
Realm of the Alien by Chester Delray, Grafton Publications (Blue Star Library 2), 1947.
Basic Fundamental (1947) (Fantasy No 3 - editor: Gillings)
Fearful Banner (1949) (Worlds at War)
The Singular Sequel to the Case of the Montrose Diamond (4/1949) (Weird and Occult Miscellany)(one source says 1955)
Eve of Tomorrow (1951) Slant #5
The Coming Of The Darakua (1952) (Authentic 17)
We Cast No Shadow (1952) (Authentic 28)
- also in Terra SF 062 May 1959 as Uberfall aus Fremder Dimension.
Trader's Planet (1953) (Science Fantasy 6)
Thou Pasture Us (1953) (Nebula #2)
Continuity Man (1959) [as by George Longdon] (NW 87)
Sixth Veil (1962) (NW 120)
Know your author- Nebula #2 1953
Books I have:
The Iron and the Anger (155pp)
Stories with common characters:
Jock MacTavish: Plimsoll Line (aka When Greed Steps In), Space Prize , Traders Planet,
Magnus Mensis: Deus ex Machina , The Peacemaker, Ephemeral this city, Adjustment Period, Contact Pattern, Tomorrow sometimes comes,
F G Rayer's published SF work includes books and short stories published between 1944 and 1964. It appeared in several magazines, including especially Authentic, Nebula and New Worlds (when the editor was John Carnell).
Another British science fiction author, E R James, was the cousin of F G Rayer and had stories in several of the UK sf magazines. They also co-wrote several tales.
F G Rayer also wrote technical radio and electronic articles (many appeared in Practical Wireless) and books (many published by Babani).
My Science Fiction notes