Bagnall-Stubbs, James

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(1878-1955) UK author who served in World War One, and who was responsible for two novels containing sf elements of interest: in Ora Pro Nobis (1899), a spirit journey is undertaken to another planet, where human-like beings live in peace; and in The Order of Isis: A Story of Mystery and Adventure in Egypt (1900), occult chemists in the eponymous order create a vapour capable of enabling eavesdropping at a distance. [JC/MA]

James Bagnall-Stubbs

born Lichfield, Staffordshire: 1878

died Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire: March 1955

works

works as editor

  • Weird Tales (Colchester, Essex: "Essex County Standard", 1902) [anth: hb/]

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