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The Radio Man   Dust-jacket from the first edition Author(s) Ralph Milne Farley Illustrator O. G. Estes, Jr. Cover artist Jack Gaughan Country United States Language English Series Radio Man Genre(s) Science fiction novel Publisher Fantasy Publishing Company, Inc. Publication date 1948 Media type Print (Hardback) Pages 177 pp ISBN NA OCLC Number 1293452 Followed by The Radio Beasts The Radio Man is a science fiction novel by author Ralph Milne Farley. It is the first book in Farley's Radio Man series. It was first published in book form in 1948 by Fantasy Publishing Company, Inc. in an edition of 1,000 copies. The novel was originally serialized in the magazine Argosy. Plot introduction The novel concerns electrical engineer Myles Cabot, who disappears from his home in Boston while performing an experiment. He finds himself transported to the planet Venus where he is captured by the Formians, a race of ant-like creatures. After learning of the Cupians, a human-like race that is subservient to the Formians, Cabot escapes and falls in love with the Cupian princess Lilla. He goes on to introduce the Cupians to gunpowder and leads them in a revolt against their Formian masters. Publication history 1924, USA, Argosy, Pub date 26 June 1924, Magazine serialization in 4 parts 1939, USA, Famous Fantastic Mysteries, Pub date December 1939, Magazine serialization in 3 parts 1948, USA, Fantasy Publishing Company, Inc. OCLC 1293452, Pub date 1948, Hardback, first book publication 1950, USA, Avon 285 OCLC 82833030, Pub date 1950, Paperback, as An Earthman on Venus 2007, USA, Pulpville Press, Paperback. References Chalker, Jack L.; Mark Owings (1998). The Science-Fantasy Publishers: A Bibliographic History, 1923-1998. Westminster, MD and Baltimore: Mirage Press, Ltd.. pp. 269.  Crawford, Jr., Joseph H.; James J. Donahue and Donald M. Grant (1953). "333", A Bibliography of the Science-Fantasy Novel. Providence, RI: The Grandon Company. pp. 28. OCLC 3924496.  Tuck, Donald H. (1974). The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Chicago: Advent. pp. 224. ISBN 0-911682-20-1.  This article about a novel is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e