A collection of weird fiction and dark, supernatural fantasies inspired by dreams and nightmares, written by the now-overlooked Edward Lucas White.
Three of Hammett’s early Continental Op stories from October, 1923 issues of the Black Mask pulp: “Arson Plus,” “Crooked Souls,” and “Slippery Fingers.”
A collection of fourteen early science fiction stories, all written by female authors, originally published between 1873 and 1930.
Early pulp SF tale features invisible man-eating monsters from the bottom of the sea, World War I submarine warfare, and a mad scientist named MacBeard.
In a post-catastrophe New York, Captain Fortune becomes unlikely hero of the peoples’ revolution, overthrowing the robber-baron Towermen and bringing democracy and freedom back to America.
Frank R. Paul, first major science fiction illustrator, who populated the early Hugo Gernsback magazines of the 1920s and 1930s with his imaginative designs. While he was pretty abysmal at drawing people, Paul was great at making technical-mechanical devices, was bright and garish enough to attract readers to the new genre, and perfectly portrays the Gernsback era of “scientifiction” in art.
Disillusioned Great War vet is sucked into a world of fantasy and intrigue, finding himself on the deck of a golden Babylonian vessel upon which an evil priest and good priestess have raged war eternally.