"The Blind Spot"

Title"The Blind Spot"
Year for Search1921
AuthorsHall, Austin [Javen](1880-1933), and Flint, Homer Eon (born Flindt, 1892-1924)
Secondary TitleArgosy-Allstory Weekly (New York)
Volume / Edition134.1 - 6
Pagination1-31, 173-91, 314-41, 519-47, 692-715, 834-59
Date PublishedMay 14 - June 18, 1921
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

A greatly advanced race both spiritually and technically. A non-utopian sequel was published as “The Spot of Life.” Argosy Weekly (New York) 231.6 - 232.4 (August 13 - September 10, 1932) : 3-22; 55-75, 108-23, 123-41, 122-41. Rpt. New York: Ace Books, [1965]. Both with Hall listed as the sole author. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Fantastic Novels 1.1 (July 1940): 3-141; Philadelphia, PA: Prime Press, 1951; and London: Greenhill Books, 1987. A six part serial reprint was announced but only three parts were published in Famous Fantastic Mysteries (New York) 1.6 - 2.2 (March - May/June 1940): 6-40; 34-63; 46-74

Holding Institutions

CoU, DLC

Author Note

Hall (1880-1933) Flint was born Flindt, (1892-1924)

Full Text

1921 Hall, Austin [Javen] (1880-1933) and Homer Eon Flint (born Flindt, 1892-1924). “The Blind Spot.” Argosy-Allstory Weekly (New York) 134.1 - 6 (May 14 - June 18, 1921): 1-31, 173-91, 314-41, 519-47, 692-715, 834-59. Rpt. in Fantastic Novels 1.1 (July 1940): 3-141; Philadelphia, PA: Prime Press, 1951; and London: Greenhill Books, 1987. A six part serial reprint was announced but only three parts were published in Famous Fantastic Mysteries (New York) 1.6 - 2.2 (March - May/June 1940): 6-40; 34-63; 46-74. CoU, DLC

A greatly advanced race both spiritually and technically. A non-utopian sequel was published as “The Spot of Life.” Argosy Weekly (New York) 231.6 - 232.4 (August 13 - September 10, 1932) : 3-22; 55-75, 108-23, 123-41, 122-41. Rpt. New York: Ace Books, [1965]. Both with Hall listed as the sole author.