Arthur Kelvin Barnes (1911-1969) wrote science-fiction short stories in the years during and following the World Wars. His work appeared in several pulp magazines of the era, but figured most prominently in the pages of Thrilling Wonder Stories. His stories influenced a whole generation of sci-fi writers and fans, and introduced American readers to one of the first strong female archetypes of adventure – Gerry “Catch ‘Em Alive” Carlyle.
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