Homer Eon Flint

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(September 1888 – March 27, 1924)

Homer Eon Flint (né Flindt), an American pulp author, wrote some SF, including The Blind Spot (with Austin Hall) and “The Man in the Moon” (1919).

Other SF books by Flint were The Devolutionist and the Emancipatrix (Ace, 1965) and The Lord of Death and the Queen of Life (Ace, 1965). The stories in both books were originally written for pulp magazines nearly 50 years before they saw book publication.

Flint died mysteriously, his body found at the bottom of a canyon.

Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction

Person 19881924
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