The Rollicking True Story Of The Legendary Writer And Editor Who Ruled Over America S Fantasy And Supernatural Pulp Journals In The Mid Twentieth Century, And Shaped Today S UFO And Sci Fi Cultures Ray Palmer Meet Ray Palmer A Hustler, A Trickster, And A Visionary The Hunchbacked Palmer, Who Stood At Just Over Four Feet Tall, Was Nevertheless An Indomitable Force, The Ruler Of His Own Bizarre Sector Of The Universe Armed With Only His Typewriter, The Palmer Changed The World As We Know It Jumpstarting The Flying Saucer Craze Frightening Hundreds Of Thousands Of Americans With True Stories Of Evil Denizens Of Inner Earth And Reporting On Cover Ups Involving Extraterrestrials, The Paranormal, And Secret Government Agencies As Editor For The Ground Breaking Sci Fi Magazine Amazing Stories And Creator Of Publications Such As Other Worlds, Imagination, Fate, Mystic, Search, Flying Saucers, Hidden World, And Space Age, Palmer Pushed The Limits And Broke New Ground In Science Fiction Publishing In The 1940s And 1950s And Was Reviled For It By Purists Who Called Him The Man Who Killed Science Fiction In The First Ever Biography Devoted To The Figure Who Molded Modern Geek Culture, Pulp Scholar Fred Nadis Paints A Vivid Portrait Of Palmer A Brilliant, Charming, And Wildly Willful Iconoclast Who Helped Ignite The UFO Craze, Convinced Americans Of Hidden Worlds And Government Cover Ups, And Championed The Occult And Paranormal Palmer Overcame Serious Physical Handicaps To Become The Most Significant Editor During The Golden Age Of Pulp Magazines He Rebelled In His Own Inimitable Way Against The Bland Suburban Vision Of The American Dream He Concocted New Literary Genres And He Molded Our Current Conspiracy Culture Decades Before The X Files Claimed That The Truth Was Out There.
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- 304 pages
- The Man from Mars
- Fred Nadis
- 06 April 2017 Fred Nadis