7 edition of Red World of Polaris found in the catalog.
May 15, 2004 by Night Shade Books .
Written in English
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What we have here is H.P. Lovecraft in space. Lovecraft's friend in Clark Ashton Smith, had a couple of previously released Red World of Polaris book about a Captain Volmar, as well as an outline for a future book, and a lost story in the "Red World /5.
“For a long time, Smith’s The Red World of Polaris was Red World of Polaris book to be lost. It was the El Dorado of Smith fanatics. But a copy turned up a few years ago – it was nothing short of a miracle. The people at Nightshade Books published it, along with the rest of Smith’s Captain Volmar stories, of which Red World is one/5(2).
Polaris is the perfect mix of fun, adventure, and horror that will keep readers hooked and spooked all throughout the book. Northrop clearly put a Red World of Polaris book of time into researching the nuts and bolts of sailing a large ship like the Polaris, and it adds to the pacing and plot development/5(6).
Red World of Polaris has for many years been the holy grail for Clark Ashton Smith fans. A tale of Captain Volmar, it's been oft discussed but never seen, until now. Night Shade is proud to present Red World of Mars, a Clark Ashton Smith mini-collection of Smith's Captain Volmar stories, including the never before published novella, "Red World Released on: Aug Cover: Red World of Polaris: The Adventures of Captain Volmar () • by Jason Van Hollander Notes: Interior illustrations by Jason Van Hollander (credited on the right flap only).
A Captivity in Serpens is the retitling of The Amazing Planet. Get this from a library. Red world of Polaris: the adventures of Captain Volmar. [Clark Ashton Smith; Ronald S Hilger; Scott Connors] -- Red World of Polaris has for many years been the holy grail for Clark Ashton Smith fans.
A tale of Captain Volmar, it's been oft discussed but never seen, until now. Along with the title novella "The. “For a long time, Smith’s The Red World of Polaris was assumed to be lost. It was the El Dorado of Smith fanatics.
But a copy turned up a few years ago – it was nothing short of a miracle. The people at Nightshade Books published it, along with the rest of Smith’s Captain Volmar stories, of which Red World is one.
God bless ya, Nightshade. A collection of Smith's Captain Volmar stories, including the never before published novella, "Red World of Polaris." Space adventure stories.
Contents: 'The Magellan of the Constellations': An Introduction - Ronald S. Hilger & Scott Connors 'Marooned in Andromeda' 'A Captivity in Serpens' 'The Red World of Polaris'. San Francisco & Portland: Night Shade Books, Octavo, cloth.
First edition. Collects Marooned in Andromeda, A Captivity in Serpens and The Red World of Polaris, the latter published here for the first time.
Also present is the synopsis of The Ocean-Wold of Alioth and Captain Volmar and Crew, an afterword by Donald SidneyFryer. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. Book Edition: First Edition. Polaris is the final book in the Avalon duology.
The first book, Avalon, follows Jeth and his band of friends who steal space ships for an interstellar crime boss. I thought the first book had a ton of potential and was a fun ride.4/5.