First and Only Weekly Online Fanzine Devoted to the Life and Works of Edgar
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Forgotten Tales of Love &
PUBLISHING HISTORY (USA)
Guidry & Adkins ~ 2001
1,045 copies printed of this compilation of previously
unpublished short stories
Danny Frolich: 8 full-page and 10 smaller illustrations
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Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Bibliography (ERB,
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This book collects in a single volume many of
Edgar Rice Burroughs' non-Tarzan short stories and mystery puzzles, most
of which have never before appeared in print with an introduction by Patrick
H. Adams. Many have appeared in ERBzine.com through the years. The titles
featured in ERBzine are linked to their Web location.
Autobiographical Sketch" (originally published in Amazing Stories,
Patience," (1904) an ironic, previously overlooked tale that appears
to predate Burroughs' professional work.
Avenger" (1912), a dark, violent story of revenge.
The Fool's Mother" (1912), ERB's first Western.
Little Door" (1917), a powerful tale of love, war, and horror.
"Calling All Cars" (1931), murder and romance in the
hills of Los Angeles.
(1936), a defrosted caveman comes to Hollywood. (This is ERB's original
version of the story his magazine editor revised into "The
Resurrection of Jimber-Jaw.")
"The Strange Adventure of Mr. Dinnwiddie" (1940), humor,
seduction, and intrigue aboard an ocean liner bound for Hawaii.
"Misogynists Preferred" (1941), demonstrating what
happens when a gaggle of woman-hating men meets a covey of man-hating women.
Bill" (1944), a tale of horror in everyday life.
Necktie" (circa 1932), a stand-alone mystery puzzle.
A Collection of Short Murder Mystery Puzzles" (circa 1932-1940),
seven fictional puzzles, featuring ERB's last series character to appear
in book form — Police Inspector Muldoon — and his trusted biographer and
sidekick, Edgar Rice Burroughs!: "Who
Murdered Mr. Thomas?" ~ "The
Bank Murder" ~ "The
Terrace Drive Murder" ~ "The
Lightship Murder" ~ "The
Dark Lake Murder" ~ "The
Gang Murder" ~ "Murder
Dupuyster Case" (circa 1932), an unfinished Muldoon mystery puzzle.
Admiral Dinwoodie leaves a Hawaii-bound ocean liner
at the same time that Abner Dinwiddie is climbing aboard.
ERB started writing the story on July 16, 1940, and finished it
the next day.
Illustrations by Danny Frolich.
To learn more about Edgar Rice Burroughs and his
Tarzana Project by Guidry & Adkins
This is a serious effort to
bring into print in book form all of the remaining unpublished and/or uncollected
works of the celebrated author, Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Guidry & Adkins, Publishers,
was formed by two long-time Burroughs fans and collectors specifically
to publish the previously uncollected works of Edgar Rice Burroughs.
John H. Guidry is best known
in fan circles as the founder of the Edgar Rice Burroughs Amateur Press
and chairman of the 1988 World Science Fiction Convention in New Orleans.
Patrick H. Adkins, editor
of the Tarzana Project, is a professional editor and the author of several
Both have been active in
Burroughs fandom since the early 1960s.
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