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Martians & Misplaced Clues: Fredric Brown
by Jack Seabrook

In Martians and Misplaced Clues, the first full-length book devoted to the work and life of Fredric Brown, Jack Seabrook discusses The Fabulous Clipjoint in depth, as well as Martians, Go Home, The Screaming Mimi and all of the other classic Brown novels.

Daymare and Other Tales From The Pulps
by Fredric Brown

Mystery and science fiction writer Fredric Brown (1906-1972) remains best-known for his short fiction. His story "Arena" (in this volume) became the basis for a "Star Trek" episode of the same title. "Arena" was also voted by the membership of the Science Fiction Writers of America as one of the twenty finest SF stories of all time.

Art of Imagination
by Frank Robinson, Robert Weinberg, and Randy Broecker

Classic Old Time Radio, Pulp Fiction, Cliffhanger Serials, Old Movies and More at the Vintage Library. Click here for great pop culture from the early 20th Century!

Planet Stories: Winter 1939: First Issue

STRANGE ADVENUTERS ON OTHER WORLDS -- THE UNIVERSE OF FUTURE CENTURIES. Featuring THE GOLDEN AMAZONS OF VENUS by John Murray Reynolds. Norton, the Earthman, helps the fair warriors repel the invasion of the scaly ones.