Revelations In Black

By: Jacobi, Carl (Carl Richard Jacobi)

Price: $100.00

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Book Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Cover Art; This edition is limited to 3000 copies (actually 3082 according to the Arkham House Companion) . This book is in Fine condition and has a Near Fine dust jacket. The book and its contents are in clean, bright condition. The text pages are clean and bright. The dust jacket has some light rubbing and edge wear to the bottom rear spine end and top front spine joint. The dust jacket flaps have some beginning toning to the top edges. This volume inncludes the short stories: Revelations in Black, Phantom Brass, The Cane, The Coach on the Ring, The Kite, Canal, The Satanic Piano, The Last Drive, The Special Pistol, Sagasta's Last, The Tomb from Beyond, The Digging at Pistol Key, Moss Island, Carnaby's Fish, The King and the Knave, Cosmic Teletype, A Pair of Swords, A Study in Darkness, Mive, Writing on the Wall, The Face in the Wind. These tales appeared in Weird Tales first. "He attended the University of Minnesota from 1927 to 1930, majoring in English Literature, where he began his writing career in campus magazines and was an undergraduate classmate of Donald Wandrei. He wrote of this period on Thrilling Wonder Stories (June 1939) that "I tried to divide my time between rhetoric courses and the geology lab. As an underclassman I was somewhat undecided whether future life would find me studying rocks and fossils or simply pounding a typewriter. The typewriter won." His first stories were published while he was at the University. Long before graduation he made his first professional sale, a short detective tale, "Rumbling Cannon", to Secret Service Stories. This ought to have paid around fifty dollars but Jacobi received nothing since the pulp folded soon after the story was published. The last of the stories he published while at university, "Moss Island", was a graduate's contribution to The Quest of Central High School, and "Mive" (which won a college-wide contest judged by Margaret Culkin Banning) , published in the University of Minnesota's The Minnesota Quarterly. Both stories were later sold to Amazing Stories (Winter 1932) and Weird Tales respectively and marked his debut in professional magazines." (from Wikipedia)

Title: Revelations In Black

Author Name: Jacobi, Carl (Carl Richard Jacobi)

Illustrator: Illustrated by Ronald Clyne

Categories: Horror,

Edition: 1st Edition Thus; 1st Edition

Publisher: Sauk City, WI, Arkham House: 1947

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: A38731

Keywords: Horror Carl Jacobi Ronald Clyne Arkham House Limited Editions Small Press Pulp Fiction Pulp Magazines Horror,