R. F. Starzl
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||1932 Venus Germ in Wonder Stories Nov. 492/2
Haye breathed easier. The very fact that he was still alive proved that the astrogating officers had the situation in hand.
||1931 If the Sun Died in Astounding Stories Aug. 206/2
One shout, and a dozen needle-rays would no doubt perforate his body with holes and slash his flesh with smoldering cuts.
||1932 Martian Cabal in Astounding Stories May 204/2
A planet-wide sentimental spree over the revival of the monarchy and the marriage of the beautiful and popular princess.
||1930 Planet of Dread in Astounding Stories of Super-Science Aug. 156/2
What they saw gave their jaded nerves an unpleasant thrill—a mass of doughy matter of a blue-green color about three feet in diameter, with something that resembled a cyst filled with transparent liquid near its center. And this thing began to flow along the rods, much as tar flows. From the mass extended a pseudopod; touched Gunga on the arm. Instantly the arm was raw and bleeding. Terrified, immovable, he writhed in angony [sic]. The pseudopod returned to the main mass, disappearing into its interior with the strip of bloody skin.
||1930 Planet of Dread in Astounding Stories of Super-Science Aug. 152/2
Despite his hunger Forepaugh did not dare eat any of it, knowing that this species, strange to him, might easily be one of the many on Inra that are poisonous to terrestials. [Ibid. 157/2] ‘What the hell’s going on here?’ asked the cocky little terrestial who was skipper, stepping out and surveying the castaways.
||1930 Planet of Dread in Astounding Stories of Super-Science Aug. 155/1
As they left the low-lying jungle land they entered a zone which was faintly reminiscent of a terrestial jungle.