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Carl Jacobi

(Carl Richard Jacobi)
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Carl Richard Jacobi was an American author who wrote short stories in the horror, fantasy, science fiction, and crime genres for the pulp magazine market.

Jacobi was born in Minnesota in 1908 and lived there throughout his life. He attended the University of Minnesota from 1927 to 1930 where he began his writing career in campus magazines. Jacobi died on August 25, 1997.

Genres: Mystery
   Revelations in Black (1945)
   The Tomb from Beyond (1947)
   Portraits in Moonlight (1964)
   Disclosures in Scarlet (1972)
   Smoke of the Snake (1980) (with R Dixon Smith)
   East of Samarinda (1989)
   More Fantastic Stories (2013) (with others)
   The Tenth Golden Age of Science Fiction MEGAPACK : Carl Jacobi (2021)
Novellas and Short Stories
Series contributed to
Black Cat Weekly
   10. Black Cat Weekly #10 (2021) (with others)
   20. Black Cat Weekly #20 (2022) (with others)
   116. Black Cat Weekly #116 (2023) (with others)
Anthologies containing stories by Carl Jacobi
The Century's Best Horror Fiction Volume Two (2010)
(Century's Best Horror Fiction, book 2)
edited by
John Pelan
The Vampire Archives (2009)
(Vampire Archives)
edited by
Otto Penzler
Pirate Ghosts (2007)
Tales of Hauntings at Sea
edited by
Martin H Greenberg, Frank D McSherry and Charles G Waugh

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