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Dec. 1, 1907: L.A. Author Writes of Life in the Hollow Earth (No Sign of Lizard People)

Note: This is an encore post from 2006. Dec.1, 1907 Los Angeles The Times runs a small blurb on writer Willis George Emerson, noting that the National Magazine has begun serializing a new story, “The Smoky God.” The Times notes: … Continue reading

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Mechanical Engineer Publishes First Book

Note: This is an encore post from 2005 and originally appeared on the 1947project. Hard at work as a mechanical engineer during the day, the former naval aviation researcher still finds time to do a little writing. At the moment … Continue reading

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Black Mask, Weird Tales, Amazing Stories and Spicy Stories on the Internet!

Imagine my surprise to discover that Archive.org has added a large collection of pulp magazines such as this August 1920 issue of Black Mask, the legendary mystery magazine that published so many hardboiled writers, including Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, Cornell … Continue reading

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1944 in Print — ‘Amazing Stories,’ March 1944

March 1944: “Amazing Stories,” featuring “It’s a Small World” by Robert Bloch. courtesy of Archive.org.

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