Good. Good. Burnt Biscuit Books is honored to be working on the massive (and pretty impressive) estate of Sci Fi Publisher, Franklyn M. Dietz. In late 1956, he founded the Lunarians, aka the New York Science Fiction Society, which in turn launched Lunacon, a convention that continues to this day. Among the fanzines he published or co-published, with was Science, Fantasy and Science Fiction, starting in April 1948, Ground Zero, from March 1958 to February 1960 and Luna Monthly. He and his wife, Ann also published books as Luna Publications, including Speaking of Science Fiction.
Black & White Illustrations. VG/No Dustjacket. 8vo., 190pp. Published as a three-part serial in Argosy Weekly magazine, comencing with the January 12, 1935. Retitled "Call of The Savage" by Universal as a 12 part movie serial.
Near Fine. Lakemont: Fictioneer Books Ltd. Near Fine. 1974. First Edition. Trade Paperback. 0877071314. First edition [originally serialized in three parts in Argosy Weekly magazine in 1935]. Limited to about 1500 copies. Sequel to JAN OF THE JUNGLE [CALL OF THE SAVAGE]. Pictorial wrappers, 190 pages, illustrated. Near Fine or better copy..
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