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Raymond A. Palmer

Raymond A. Palmer was born in Milwaukee, WI in 1910. The editor of numerous pulp magazines as well as a prodigious sci-fi/fantasy author in his own right, Palmer passed away in 1977, at the age of 67.

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King of the Dinosaurs: I know, it’s only Rok ‘N’ Kola, but I like it

King of the Dinosaurs by Raymond A. Palmer

In two of my recent book reviews here, for David V. Reed’s Empire of Jegga (1943) and for Nelson S. Bond’s That Worlds May Live (also 1943), I mentioned that both novels, in their current Armchair Fiction incarnations, feature copious, vintage footnotes from Raymond A. Palmer, the editor of Amazing Stories, the pulp magazine in which those tales first appeared. But what had not been sufficiently borne in upon me at the time was the fact that Palmer, bes... Read More