It was an age when canals etched the ancient face of Mars, and when Mankind dreamed of life on a far off red planet wandering the night sky. It was an age of exploration, exploitation, and imagination. Above all it was an age chronicled in pulp magazines by strange and beautiful stories of Mars, which, in the end, were stories of human nature.
It was, and will always be, The Golden Age of Mars.
From the pages of pulp magazines comes 14 stories of Mars by some of the best Science Fiction writers of the time. At 7x10 inches and 150 pages, the print version of "Mars: The Golden Age" is formatted in the traditional size of pulp magazines, and further enhancing the pulp feel are heavy line art illustrations commissioned specifically for this edition.