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In the early 50's Mari Wolf was well known in the science fiction fan scene. During this period she wrote a column on this topic for the magazine Imagination. But she was also a science fiction author in her own right, producing a small, but interesting body of work. Little known today, these well written tales deserve more attention than they have received. For this reason, Resurrected Press is proud to offer this collection of Mari Wolf Resurrected! Stories include:An Empty Bottle, The Very Secret Agent, The First Day of Spring, The House on the Vacant Lot, Homo Inferior, Robots of the World! Arise!, The Statue
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About the Author
Mari Wolf was born August 27, 1927 and grew up in Laguna Beach, California. In the early 50's she was active in the science fiction fan scene and for a number of years wrote a column for Imagination magazine called “Fandora’s Box.” She also had a number of short stories published during this period and in 1961 a novel The Golden Frame came out. She was married to fellow science fiction author and fan columnist Roger Phillips Graham.