THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOON by August-Ed. Derleth

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A collection of recent supersonic science fiction, not only from magazines devoted solely to this type of reading but even from nationally known periodicals. The beyond-the-beyond boys are at it again with stories of other worlds, of horrors on this, of existence projected into the future, of bacterial war and death, spaceships, planetary war, of the Devil, earthmen on Mars and Martians on earth, and of course, the atomic age... Some new, and some old, tales from Beresford, Wells, Dunsany, Lovecraft, and even Kersh; the dedicated fantasy dealers number Frank Belknap Long, Ray Bradbury, van Vogt, Murray Leistner, Lewis Padgett, etc. For imaginative entertaining -- ex in its field.

Pub Date: April 4th, 1949
Publisher: Pellegrini & Cudahy