Miracle Science and Fantasy Stories only lasted two issues, and had a unique history behind it. Douglas M. Dold was the editor, and also authored the main novel in the first issue. He had been blinded in the first World War, so worked closely with his brother Elliott Dold on the project. Brother Elliott was also the cover artist for both issues, and did interior illustrations as well. Douglas Dold died of pneumonia in May of 1931, and thus the magazine was discontinued. The magazine was short-lived and ended in tragedy, but the two issues that were published stand as a monument to one man's determination. Miracle Science and Fantasy Stories returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
A Double-Book-Length Novel
Valley of Sin
by Douglas M. Dold
Trapped in a strange valley, four men and a girl battle for freedom and sanity...
Outlaws of the Sun — Complete Novel
by Victor Rousseau
Transported by an infernal mechanism to Circe — such was the fate of three who fell victims to the designs of a strange scientist.
by Arthur J. Burks
A strange voice came each night over the audiphone... it foretold the destruction of a great and beautiful city.