Celebrating the 100th anniversary of John Carter of Mars, Tarzan of the Apes and the worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Includes four newly discovered articles by Edgar Rice Burroughs!
A must have collectible for anyone who appreciates the pulp magazine era and its history!
- “Entertainment is Fiction’s Purpose,” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- “The Tarzan Theme,” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- “Romance Isn’t Dead,” (ERB interview, 1938) by Oliver Poole
- “Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.” by Dolph Sharp
- “Meet the Authors: Edgar Rice Burroughs” (1941)
- “A Martian Glossary,” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- “Tarzan the Mighty,” by Ed Hulse
- “Tarzan, Lord of the Radio Jungle,” by Anthony Tollin
- Tarzan at MGM
- “Barsoom and Myself,” by Leigh Bracket
- Selected Verse by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- Selected ERB Book Reviews
- Obituary for Edgar Rice Burroughs
Letters to ERB
- A selection of letters from Thomas Metcalf, editor of All-Story, to ERB
Newly Discovered Writings
- “Will Go Gypsying All Summer,” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- “Man or Tumblebug,” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- “Arms and the Woman” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- “Go To Pershing,” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Special Fiction Section
- New Stories of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- “J. Allen St John: A Short Biography,” by Robert Weinberg
- “An Interview With Artist Greg Hildebrandt,” by Tom Roberts
- “A Brief Look at Roy Krenkel and His ERB Illustrations,” by Doug Ellis
- “Syndicated Edgar Rice Burroughs Newspaper Art,” by Tom Roberts
- 2011 Munsey Award Winner Anthony Tollin
- “From Pulp to the Silver Screen, 2012,” by Ed Hulse
First book publication
Trade paperback / 146 pages
Cover art by Stockton Mulford.
A Five Star review on Amazon.