Stone Age Science Fiction Stories from the Past - Williams, Robert Moore
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Travel back in time and walk with Dinosaurs and Cavemen with stories to excite your Imagination. Most modern contemporary Dinosaur fiction came directly from the golden era especially from the minds of the best pulp fiction writers. Showcased here are stories from the best writers of the genre and the best magazines such as AMAZING STORIES, FANTASTIC ADVENTURES, and WONDER STORIES some of which include: 1.....The Lost Warship. A WW2 Battleship is thrust into a Ancient past and a world of the Reptiles. 2.....One Prehistoric Night. Visiting Aliens attempt to colonize Ancient Earth and encounter…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Travel back in time and walk with Dinosaurs and Cavemen with stories to excite your Imagination. Most modern contemporary Dinosaur fiction came directly from the golden era especially from the minds of the best pulp fiction writers. Showcased here are stories from the best writers of the genre and the best magazines such as AMAZING STORIES, FANTASTIC ADVENTURES, and WONDER STORIES some of which include: 1.....The Lost Warship. A WW2 Battleship is thrust into a Ancient past and a world of the Reptiles. 2.....One Prehistoric Night. Visiting Aliens attempt to colonize Ancient Earth and encounter Prehistoric Monsters. 3.....Blitzkreig in the Past. A WW2 Tank goes back in time and encounters a strange land of Prehistoric Monsters and Cavemen. A thrilling,suspenseful novel you don't want to miss!
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Lulu.com
  • Seitenzahl: 168
  • Erscheinungstermin: 19. Juni 2016
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 157mm x 13mm
  • Gewicht: 405g
  • ISBN-13: 9781365204500
  • ISBN-10: 1365204502
  • Artikelnr.: 50857061
Autorenporträt
Harry Leon Wilson (1867 - 1939) was an American novelist and dramatist best known for his novels Ruggles of Red Gap and Merton of the Movies. His novel Bunker Bean helped popularize the term flapper. In December 1886, Wilson's story The Elusive Dollar Bill was accepted by Puck magazine. He continued to contribute to Puck and became assistant editor in 1892. Henry Cuyler Bunner died in 1896 and Wilson replaced him as editor. The publication of The Spenders allowed Wilson to quit Puck in 1902 and devote himself full-time to writing. Wilson returned to New York where he met Booth Tarkington in 1904 and Tarkington and Wilson traveled together to Europe in 1905. The two completed the play The Man from Home in 1906 in Paris. The play was a resounding success and was followed by more collaborations with Tarkington, but none repeated the success of the first. Wilson was elected to the National Institute of Arts and Letters in 1908. Wilson returned from Europe and settled permanently into the Bohemian colony at Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, which included among its artists and literati Jack London, Mary Hunter Austin, George Sterling, Upton Sinclair, Xavier Martinez, Ambrose Bierce, Alice MacGowan, Sinclair Lewis, Francis McComas and Arnold Genthe. It was during this period that Wilson wrote the books for which he is most well known, Bunker Bean (1913) and Ruggles of Red Gap (1915). After a brief stint in Hollywood, he composed Merton of the Movies in 1922.