The Porcelain Magician

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The Porcelain Magician
Porcelain magician.jpg
Dust-jacket from the first edition
Author Frank Owen
Illustrator Frances E. Dunn
Cover artist Frances E. Dunn
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fantasy short stories
Publisher Gnome Press
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardback
Pages 256

The Porcelain Magician is a collection of oriental fantasy short stories written by Frank Owen. It was first published in hardcover by Gnome Press in 1948. The stories originally appeared in the magazines Weird Tales, Mystery Magazine and The Dance Magazine


  • Foreword, by David A. Kyle
  • "The Fan"
  • "The Inverted House"
  • "The Lantern Maker"
  • "The Porcelain Magician"
  • "The Purple Sea"
  • "The Old Man Who Swept the Sky"
  • "Doctor Shen Fu"
  • "Pale Pink Porcelain"
  • "The Rice Merchant"
  • "The Blue City"
  • "The Fountain"
  • "Monk's Blood"
  • "The Golden Hour of Kwoh Fan"
  • "The Wind That Tramps the World"