Spanning the Decades with Carl Jacobi. R. Dixon Smith has captured the enchanting story of the well-known pulp writer Carl Jacobi. Jacobi wrote many fantasy and weird tales, while leading a somewhat bizarre yet magical life.
Carl Jacobi's stories of adventure yarns, weird horror, science fiction, and many other fields have established him in America as an auspicious writer. His chilling tales of the supernatural "Witches in the Cornfield", "The Corbie Door", "Mive", "Revelations in Black", instill as much fright and gloom as any Edgar Allen Poe or Steven King story. In his weird-horror stories, as in all of Jacobi's stories, "The Historian", "Trial by Jungle", "Tiger Island", "Black Lace", every detail is intricately researched and every word is delicately placed.
Of the many complimentary letters Jacobi received during his career, a letter from Robert E. Howard in 1933 reflects the attitudes of many toward Jacobi and his works. "Frankly, you have an imagination of a subtle and poetic nature rarely met with, and should go far in the writing profession." And Jacobi did just that.
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