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Edward Page Mitchell

Author Code: AEPM

Born: Mar. 24, 1852 - Bath, Maine, USA

Died: Jan. 22, 1927 - New London, Connecticut, USA

The Family moved to New York City in 1860 and in 1863, following the Draft Riots, moved to North Carolina. In 1866, Mitchell sent a letter to The Bath Times (Maine) which was published and which began his literary career. Mitchell was left blind in one eye following a freak accident in 1872. He persevered with his writing and worked as a journalist for the Daily Advertiser in Boston before joining The Sun in New York. In 1874, he published The Tachypomp, a science fiction work which introduced faster-than-light travel. During the 1870s and 1880s he produced numerous short stories, mostly SF and supernatural, and his work greatly influenced later writers such as H.G. Wells. Also in 1874, Mitchell married Annie Sewall Welch. He worked as a columnist and journalist for The Sun until 1903 when he became the editor-in-chief, a post he would hold until his retirement in 1926. There has been a revival of interest in Mitchell's works since the 1970s. This work includes Back From That Bourne (1874), The Man Without a Body (1877), Exchanging Their Souls (1877), The Ablest Man in the World (1879), The Clock That Went Backward (1881), The Legendary Ship (1885) and Memoirs of an Editor:Fifty Years of American Journalism (1924).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AEPM003 The Legendary Ship 1885 5 101k eBook Download PDF - 'The Legendary Ship' (AEPM003)   Download ePub - 'The Legendary Ship' (AEPM003) Find a printed copy of The Legendary Ship by Edward Page Mitchell at AbeBooks
AEPM001 The Tachypomp and Other Stories
  The Ablest Man in the World
  The Balloon Tree
  The Clock That Went Backward
  The Crystal Man
  The Facts in the Ratcliff Case
  The Inside of the Earth
  The Man Without A Body
  Old Squids and Little Speller
  The Professor's Experiment
  The Senator's Daughter
  The Soul Spectroscope
  The Story of the Deluge
  The Tachypomp
1874-1885 95 417k eBook Download PDF - 'The Tachypomp and Other Stories' (AEPM001) Find a printed copy of The Tachypomp and Other Stories by Edward Page Mitchell at AbeBooks
AEPM002 An Uncommon Sort of Spectre 1879 7 106k eBook Download PDF - 'An Uncommon Sort of Spectre' (AEPM002)   Download ePub - 'An Uncommon Sort of Spectre' (AEPM002) Find a printed copy of An Uncommon Sort of Spectre by Edward Page Mitchell at AbeBooks

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