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Ellsworth Douglass

Ellsworth Douglass

A brilliant scientist and his former student (and financial benefactor) build a rocket and travel to Mars, where they find a civilization identical to that of Biblical-era Egypt. Cited by writer and pop culture historian Richard Lupoff as an influence on the creation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ famed “John Carter of Mars” series, Ellsworth Douglass’ 1899 novel is a classic tale of interstellar adventure and a landmark in the history of science fiction literature. This new edition features a Preface by “New Pulp” writer John Allen Small, whose work has appeared in such anthologies as "Myths For The Modern Age," The Avenger: Roaring Heart Of The Crucible," "Worlds of Philip José farmer 2; Of Dust And Souls," and the PulpArk Award-winning "The Green Hornet: Still At Large." A portion of the proceeds of the sale of this book will go towards the fight against illiteracy.
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