Overview

Amazing Stories, October 1930
MAN FROM THE MOON
by Otis Adelbert Kline

LOOKING forward is always an interesting occupation, for the imagination can be given absolute free play and so many seemingly fantastic pictures may be called into being. But equally absorbing can be the process of looking backward, though it must be done with considerably less freedom of imagination. ...
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Man from the Moon

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Overview

Amazing Stories, October 1930
MAN FROM THE MOON
by Otis Adelbert Kline

LOOKING forward is always an interesting occupation, for the imagination can be given absolute free play and so many seemingly fantastic pictures may be called into being. But equally absorbing can be the process of looking backward, though it must be done with considerably less freedom of imagination. What was the origin of races? Did all of us – Yellow, Black and White – start our generations in similar manner? How far afield of the truth are anthropologists? Otis Adelbert Kline has pondered on these questions and, being a writer of no mean ability, it naturally follows that his story is well worth serious consideration. Therefore me recommend it heartily, knowing that you will agree with us.

and as a BONUS:

The Writer, January 1931
WRITING THE FANTASTIC STORY
by Otis Adelbert Kline

William Bolitho said of Mr. Kline, “In this world of scientific fiction, there are chiefs. They must be good. There is Otis Adelbert Kline whom I am sure I would rather read than many fashionable novelists.” When asked to tell some of the problems of creating fantastic stories, Mr. Kline wrote us, “The subject you assigned me is a pretty big one. It has so many interesting ramifications that a whole series of articles would scarcely cover it.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012486899
  • Publisher: Peril Press
  • Publication date: 4/23/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 318 KB

Meet the Author

Otis Adelbert Kline (1891–1946) born in Chicago, Illinois, USA, was an adventure novelist and literary agent during the pulp era. Much of his work first appeared in the magazine Weird Tales. Kline was an amateur orientalist and a student of Arabic, like his friend and sometime collaborator, E. Hoffmann Price. Kline is often compared to Edgar Rice Burroughs.
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