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Post by glenne3 »

First serialized in Argosy in 1920.

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Post by flavo5000 »

glenne3 wrote: May 31st, 2023, 9:10 pm First serialized in Argosy in 1920.

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Unfortunately that PDF is under a creative commons license. I've looked for the original Argosy version before and wasn't able to find it. Having said that, there are a few unrecorded Francis Stevens works out there:

Sunfire (1923) [~29,000 word count]
Five explorers travel by canoe to the headwaters of the Rio Silencioso, to a hidden lake with an ancient pyramid. There they are seduced and trapped, and are fated to become human sacrifices to an ancient god.
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Part 2:

The Curious Experience of Thomas Dunbar (1904) - Francis Stevens

Unseen-Unfeared (1919) - Francis Stevens

Those last two could be done for the story collections or combined together for a solo project.
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Post by sjmarky »

There's also this one:

Looks like it's from Argosy?
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Post by annise »

PGA has texts that are to the best of his knowledge PD in Australia - there are no claims the texts are PD in the USA.
They may well be (or not be). I have asked the person running the site and that is his answer, not me being difficult again. :D

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