Austin Hall (writer)

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Austin Hall
Born c. 1885
Died 1933 (aged 47–48)
Occupation Novelist, short story writer
Nationality United States
Genre Science fiction, Fantasy, Western

Austin Hall (c.1885 – 1933) was an American short story writer and novelist. He began writing when, while working as a cowboy, he was asked to write a story. He wrote westerns, science fiction and fantasy for pulp magazines.


(from the Internet Speculative Fiction Database)



  • Into the Infinite (1919)

Short fiction

  • "Almost Immortal" (1916)
  • "The Rebel Soul" (1917)
  • "The Man Who Saved the Earth" (1919)[1]


  1. ^ "Amazing Stories Volume 01 Number 01". Retrieved 2016-03-23. 


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