Cover art for Jules Verne’s “Fitzroy” edition translations, printed by Ace Books in the 1960s-70s.
A collection of fourteen early science fiction stories, all written by female authors, originally published between 1873 and 1930.
Intellectual working-class hero Ernest Everhard takes on fascist conspiracy to rule the world, retold in the form of his wife’s aggrandized diary entries. Warning: didactic.
Jack London applies his skill at naturalistic adventures to a tale of the Pleistocene, following the adventures of proto-humans in a savage eon.
Returning to John Carter of Mars. The continuation and conclusion of the previous novel: more intrigues with the White and Black Martians, a planet to win and a princess to save.
John Carter returns, thanks to cliffhangers and popularity. Once again, he has to save his beloved Dejah Thoris, along with the rest of Mars, and must overcome many foes to do so.
The grandfather of epic planetary romances and sword-and-planet; Virginian John Carter appears on Mars, where he makes war and peace, falls in love, and saves the day.