Master of Adventure: The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs

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In the Bison Frontiers of Imagination series

Gullivar of Mars By Edwin L. Arnold Introduced by Richard A. Lupoff Afterword by Gary Hoppenstand

A Journey in Other Worlds: A Romance of the Future By John Jacob Astor Introduced by S. M. Stirling

Queen of Atlantis Pierre Benoit Afterword by Hugo Frey

The Wonder By J. D. Beresford Introduced by Jack L. Chalker

Voices of Vision: Creators of Science Fiction and Fantasy Speak By Jayme Lynn Blaschke

At the Earth's Core By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by Gregory A. Benford Afterword by Phillip R. Burger

Beyond Thirty By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by David Brin Essays by Phillip R. Burger and Richard A. Lupoff

The Eternal Savage: Nu of the Niocene By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by Tom Deitz

The Land That Time Forgot By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by Mike Resnick

Lost on Venus By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by Kevin J. Anderson

The Moon Maid: Complete and Restored By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by Terry Bisson

Pellucidar By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by Jack McDevitt Afterword by Phillip R. Burger

Pirates of Venus By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by F. Paul Wilson Afterword by Phillip R. Burger

Under the Moons of Mars By Edgar Rice Burroughs Introduced by James P. Hogan

The Poison Belt: Being an Account of Another Amazing Adventure of Professor Challenger By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Introduced by Katya Reimann

The Circus of Dr. Lao By Charles G. Finney Introduced by John Marco

Omega: The Last Days of the World By Camille Flammarion Introduced by Robert Silverberg

Ralph 124C 41+ By Hugo Gernsback Introduced by Jack Williamson

The Journey of Niels Klim to the World Underground By Ludvig Holberg Introduced and edited by James I. McNelis Jr. Preface by Peter Fitting

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