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Issue Details: First known date: 1931... 1931 After 1,000,000 Years
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Wonder Stories vol. 3 no. 5 October (International) assertion 1931 13657158 1931 periodical issue science fiction 1931 pg. 658-669
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Beyond the Orbit : An Anthology of Australian Science Fiction to 1935 James Doig (editor), Rockville : Wildside Press , 2019 15852301 2019 anthology short story science fiction

    'The stories collected here indicate something of the richness and variety of science fiction written by Australian authors up until the mid-1930s. We see some of the themes mentioned above, for example the lost civilisation story (Phil Collas’s “The Inner Domain”) and the future invasion story (Ernest Favenc’s “What the Rats Brought”), but they offer something new and original, while other stories are built on the consequences of technological discoveries or advancements, for example Ernest Favenc’s “The Land of the Unseen,” H.B. Marriott Watson’s “The Instrument,” and Beatrice Grimshaw’s “Lost Wings.”'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Rockville : Wildside Press , 2019
    pg. 91-104
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