Archive for May 26th, 2009

Astounding Stories of Super-Science, February 1930, continues, with the conclusion of “The Corpse on the Grating” by Hugh B. Cave.

Hugh Cave was both prolific and long-lived. Generous of his time and energy to younger writers and to pulp fans, he is much missed. I am proud to present this small part of his enormous output. I would also like to encourage you to read one of his greatest and gentlest stories, “The Mission”.

“The Corpse on the Grating”, Part 2



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Astounding Stories of Super-Science continues, with “The Corpse on the Grating” by Hugh B. Cave. It’s a very Sherlockian story of science fiction, horror, and adventure on the streets of London. (I’m starting to wonder whether “science fiction, horror, and adventure” were on the sheets soliciting stories for the new magazine.)

“The Corpse on the Grating”, Part 1.


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