Beginning of Pulp Sci-Fi: Lost Stories From 1930s

Beginning of Pulp Sci-Fi: Lost Stories From 1930s

by Edward Smith, Sewell Wright
     
 

During the 1930s, pulp sci-fi mushroomed as the American public's attention was caught up in a frenzy of new scientific discoveries that fueled bold and fantastical predictions of an unknown future.

In this 358-page, illustrated compilation, I have included some lesser known master pieces such as the novelette, "The White Invaders," published in 1931, which…  See more details below

Overview

During the 1930s, pulp sci-fi mushroomed as the American public's attention was caught up in a frenzy of new scientific discoveries that fueled bold and fantastical predictions of an unknown future.

In this 358-page, illustrated compilation, I have included some lesser known master pieces such as the novelette, "The White Invaders," published in 1931, which chronicles and invasion of earth from another dimension.

Also included is a series of great 1930s pulp sci-fi originally published in Amazing Stories including "Triplanetary and "Master of Dreams."
If you are a hardcore fan of hardboiled sci-fi like I am, I guarantee you'll thoroughly enjoy this latest collection of lost gems.

Chet Dembeck

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011911637
Publisher:
Publisher of One
Publication date:
10/16/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
715,237
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

This two-novella compilation is written by two of the pioneers of science fiction, or speculative fiction. Both are masters in their own right.

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