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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (GEOFF ST. REYNARD; P. F. COSTELLO; EMIL PETAJA; H. B. HICKEY; E. K. JARVIS; ALEXANDER BLADE), Fantastic Adventures: February, Feb. 1951
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (GEOFF ST. REYNARD; P. F. COSTELLO; EMIL PETAJA; H. B. HICKEY; E. K. JARVIS; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Fantastic Adventures: February, Feb. 1951
NY, Ziff Davis. Pulp. Vol. 13, No. 2. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover by Arnold Kohn for "The Sword of Ra" (novelette) by Geoff St. Reynard (Robert W. Krepps). Includes "Tink Takes Over" by P. F. Costello (house pseud. unattributed); "The Dark Balcony" by Emil Petaja; "Repossessed" by H. B. Hickey (Berkeley Livingston); "Rebirth" by E. K. Jarvis (house pseud. unattributed); "The Man Who Hated Tuesday" (novelette) by Alexander Blade (house pseud. unattributed). Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "The Outer Edges" by Carter T. Wainwright; "Foto-Fooler" by Jon Barry; "Schmidt's Spirit" by L. A. Burt; "Time-Travel Advertising" by H. R. Stanton; "Amazing Talkwriter" by Leslie Phelps; "Screwy Helium!" by William Karney; "Radiation Sensor" by A. Morris; "Brookhaven Miracle!" by A. T. Kedzie; "Entropy in Reverse" by Milton Matthew; "In the Balance" by Charles Recour; "Shimmering Bridge" by Sandy Miller; "Get Your Workshop!" by W. R. Chase; "Flying Saucer Report" by John Weston; "Nerve Center" by June Lurie; "Cancer's Cause.?" by Pete Bogg; "Neptunian Nemesis" by Max Long; "Beating the Bomb!" by Cal Webb; "Reader's Page"; "Fables from the Future" by Lee Owens. Illustrations by Rober Gibson Jones, Henry Sharp, & Arnold Kohn. Minor corner chipping; standard wear and tear; mild wet spot at upper, front foredge corner and upper rear; 2" lower rear hinge separation. Very Good.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (GEOFF ST. REYNARD; P. F. COSTELLO; EMIL PETAJA; H. B. HICKEY; E. K. JARVIS; ALEXANDER BLADE), Fantastic Adventures: February, Feb. 1951
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (GEOFF ST. REYNARD; P. F. COSTELLO; EMIL PETAJA; H. B. HICKEY; E. K. JARVIS; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Fantastic Adventures: February, Feb. 1951
NY, Ziff Davis. Pulp. Vol. 13, No. 2. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover by Arnold Kohn for "The Sword of Ra" (novelette) by Geoff St. Reynard (Robert W. Krepps). Includes "Tink Takes Over" by P. F. Costello (house pseud. unattributed); "The Dark Balcony" by Emil Petaja; "Repossessed" by H. B. Hickey (Berkeley Livingston); "Rebirth" by E. K. Jarvis (house pseud. unattributed); "The Man Who Hated Tuesday" (novelette) by Alexander Blade (house pseud. unattributed). Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "The Outer Edges" by Carter T. Wainwright; "Foto-Fooler" by Jon Barry; "Schmidt's Spirit" by L. A. Burt; "Time-Travel Advertising" by H. R. Stanton; "Amazing Talkwriter" by Leslie Phelps; "Screwy Helium!" by William Karney; "Radiation Sensor" by A. Morris; "Brookhaven Miracle!" by A. T. Kedzie; "Entropy in Reverse" by Milton Matthew; "In the Balance" by Charles Recour; "Shimmering Bridge" by Sandy Miller; "Get Your Workshop!" by W. R. Chase; "Flying Saucer Report" by John Weston; "Nerve Center" by June Lurie; "Cancer's Cause.?" by Pete Bogg; "Neptunian Nemesis" by Max Long; "Beating the Bomb!" by Cal Webb; "Reader's Page"; "Fables from the Future" by Lee Owens. Illustrations by Rober Gibson Jones, Henry Sharp, & Arnold Kohn. Minor edge tears; about as Fine as pulps come. Near Fine.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (GEOFF ST. REYNARD; P. F. COSTELLO; EMIL PETAJA; H. B. HICKEY; E. K. JARVIS; ALEXANDER BLADE), Fantastic Adventures: February, Feb. 1951
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (GEOFF ST. REYNARD; P. F. COSTELLO; EMIL PETAJA; H. B. HICKEY; E. K. JARVIS; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Fantastic Adventures: February, Feb. 1951
NY, Ziff Davis. Pulp. Vol. 13, No. 2. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover by Arnold Kohn for "The Sword of Ra" (novelette) by Geoff St. Reynard (Robert W. Krepps). Includes "Tink Takes Over" by P. F. Costello (house pseud. unattributed); "The Dark Balcony" by Emil Petaja; "Repossessed" by H. B. Hickey (Berkeley Livingston); "Rebirth" by E. K. Jarvis (house pseud. unattributed); "The Man Who Hated Tuesday" (novelette) by Alexander Blade (house pseud. unattributed). Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "The Outer Edges" by Carter T. Wainwright; "Foto-Fooler" by Jon Barry; "Schmidt's Spirit" by L. A. Burt; "Time-Travel Advertising" by H. R. Stanton; "Amazing Talkwriter" by Leslie Phelps; "Screwy Helium!" by William Karney; "Radiation Sensor" by A. Morris; "Brookhaven Miracle!" by A. T. Kedzie; "Entropy in Reverse" by Milton Matthew; "In the Balance" by Charles Recour; "Shimmering Bridge" by Sandy Miller; "Get Your Workshop!" by W. R. Chase; "Flying Saucer Report" by John Weston; "Nerve Center" by June Lurie; "Cancer's Cause.?" by Pete Bogg; "Neptunian Nemesis" by Max Long; "Beating the Bomb!" by Cal Webb; "Reader's Page"; "Fables from the Future" by Lee Owens. Illustrations by Rober Gibson Jones, Henry Sharp, & Arnold Kohn. A few closed edge tears; dealer's mark. Nice cover gloss. Very Good+.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (GEOFF ST. REYNARD; P. F. COSTELLO; EMIL PETAJA; H. B. HICKEY; E. K. JARVIS; ALEXANDER BLADE), Fantastic Adventures: February, Feb. 1951
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (GEOFF ST. REYNARD; P. F. COSTELLO; EMIL PETAJA; H. B. HICKEY; E. K. JARVIS; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Fantastic Adventures: February, Feb. 1951
NY, Ziff Davis. 1951. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 13, No. 2. Pulp magazine. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "The Sword of Ra" (novelette) by Geoff St. Reynard [Robert W. Krepps]. Includes "Tink Takes Over" by P. F. Costello (house pseud. unattributed); "The Dark Balcony" by Emil Petaja; "Repossessed" by H. B. Hickey [Berkeley Livingston]; "Rebirth" by E. K. Jarvis (house pseud. unattributed); "The Man Who Hated Tuesday" (novelette) by Alexander Blade (house pseud. unattributed). Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "The Outer Edges" by Carter T. Wainwright; "Foto-Fooler" by Jon Barry; "Schmidt's Spirit" by L. A. Burt; "Time-Travel Advertising" by H. R. Stanton; "Amazing Talkwriter" by Leslie Phelps; "Screwy Helium!" by William Karney; "Radiation Sensor" by A. Morris; "Brookhaven Miracle!" by A. T. Kedzie; "Entropy in Reverse" by Milton Matthew; "In the Balance" by Charles Recour; "Shimmering Bridge" by Sandy Miller; "Get Your Workshop!" by W. R. Chase; "Flying Saucer Report" by John Weston; "Nerve Center" by June Lurie; "Cancer's Cause.?" by Pete Bogg; "Neptunian Nemesis" by Max Long; "Beating the Bomb!" by Cal Webb; "Reader's Page"; "Fables from the Future" by Lee Owens. Illustrations by Rober Gibson Jones, Henry Sharp, & Arnold Kohn. A few closed edge tears; glue repair at upper front hinge; date-stamp on rear; stress. Very Good.
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 AMAZING (DAVID V. REED; RAY BRADBURY; EDMOND HAMILTON; HELMAR LEWIS; EMIL PETAJA; BERKLEY LIVINGSTON; L. TAYLOR HANSEN), Amazing Stories: May 1944 ("Murder in Space")
AMAZING (DAVID V. REED; RAY BRADBURY; EDMOND HAMILTON; HELMAR LEWIS; EMIL PETAJA; BERKLEY LIVINGSTON; L. TAYLOR HANSEN)
Amazing Stories: May 1944 ("Murder in Space")
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1944. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 18, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Malcolm Smith for "Murder in Space" by David V.Reed; rear cover by James B. Settles for "Rocket Warship" (feature) by Morris J. Steele (house pseud.). Includes "I, Rocket" by Ray Bradbury; "The Free-Lance of Space" by Edmond Hamilton; "The Headless Horror" (novelet) by Helmar Lewis; "Midas Morgan's Golden Touch" by Emil Petaja; "The Constant Drip" (novelet) by Berkeley Livingston. Features: "The Observatory"; "Scientific Mysteries: Footprints of the Dragon" by L. Taylor Hansen; "Discussions"; "Reader's Prize Corner".Cover creasing; short tear at upper front spine corner; other minor edge tears. Very Good-.
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 AMAZING (RICHARD S. SHAVER; EMIL PETAJA; BUZZ-BOLT ATOMCRACKER - AKA DON WILCOX; DON WILCOX), Amazing Stories: May 1947
AMAZING (RICHARD S. SHAVER; EMIL PETAJA; BUZZ-BOLT ATOMCRACKER - AKA DON WILCOX; DON WILCOX)
Amazing Stories: May 1947
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1947. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 21, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by James Teason for "A Letter from Richard S. Shaver". Includes "The Crystalline Sarcophagus" by Richard S. Shaver; "The Ancestral Thread" by Emil Petaja; "Confessions of a Mechanical Man" (novelet) by Buzz-Bolt Atomcracker [Don Wilcox]; "Desert of the Damned" (novel) by Don Wilcox. Features: "The Observatory"; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by ALexander Blade (house pseud.); "Economics - Science of Pretense?" by John McCabe Moore; "Plastic News" by Lawrence Foster; "India: Land of Mystery" by Jeffrey Stevens; "Scientific Mysteries" by L. Taylor Hansen; "Friendship and the Hormones" by Robert Lawson; "Monuments to Limitless Yesterdays" by John McCabe Moore; "Health Enemy Number One" by Robert J. Clayton; "What Man Can Imagine" by John McCabe Moore; "Radiations of Old Sol" by Joseph M. McIntyre; "Discussions"; "The Age of Specialization" by John McCabe Moore. Illustrated by Malcolm Smith, H. W. McCauley, Robert Fuqua, and Virgil Finlay. Letters from Shaver and others. Spine fading; small dealer's mark. Very Good+.
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 AMAZING (WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; P. F. COSTELLO - AKA MCGIVERN; EMIL PETAJA; RAYMOND Z. GALLUN; DWIGHT V. SWAIN; A. R. MCKENZIE; MANLY WADE WELLMAN; JOHN YORK CABOT - AKA D. W. O'BRIEN; GERALD VANCE; E. K. JARVIS; NELSON S. BOND; HARL VINCENT; WILLY LEY), Amazing Stories: June 1942
AMAZING (WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; P. F. COSTELLO - AKA MCGIVERN; EMIL PETAJA; RAYMOND Z. GALLUN; DWIGHT V. SWAIN; A. R. MCKENZIE; MANLY WADE WELLMAN; JOHN YORK CABOT - AKA D. W. O'BRIEN; GERALD VANCE; E. K. JARVIS; NELSON S. BOND; HARL VINCENT; WILLY LEY)
Amazing Stories: June 1942
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1942. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 16, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Ray Palmer. Cover art uncredited for "The Avengers" by William P. McGivern. Includes "They Forgot to Remember Pearl Harbor" by P. F. Costello [William P. McGivern]; "Time Will Tell" (1st professional publication) by Emil Petaja; "Scientist Disowned" by Raymond Z. Gallun; "Henry Horn's Blitz Bomb" by Dwight V. Swain; "Juggernaut Jones, Trucker" by A. R. McKenzie; "It Happened in Space" by Manly Wade Wellman; "Sergeant Shane Goes to War" by John York Cabot [David Wright O'Brien]; "Captain Stinky" by Gerald Vance [McGivern]; "The Man Who Was Two Men" by E. K. Jarvis [house pseud. unattributed]; "Gods of the Jungle" (pt. 1) by Nelson S. Bond; "Voice from the Void" by Harl Vincent. Features: "The Observatory"; "Mrs. Lactodectus Mactans"; "Meet the Halogen Family"; "Science Forecast: The Seedless Watermelon"; "You're Not Wanted, peter Rabbit!"; "Nature's Bullets"; "Catalyst for Power"; "Strange Facts"; "Landscapes of Other Worlds - Venus, World of Mystery" by Willy Ley; "Your Orchids - Madam!"; "Ship of Stone"; "Scientific Mysteries"; "Meet the Authors" (Raymond Z. Gallun); "Discussions"; "Correspondence Corner"; "Atomic Airship of Mars" by Henry Gade [house pseud. unattributed] for James B. Settles rear cover illustration. Spine a bit sunned; hinge crease; small dealer's mark; small upper foredge corner bump. A very nice copy. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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Book number: P4579
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EMIL PETAJA / A. BERTRAM CHANDLER
The Caves of Mars / Space Mercenaries : M-133
Ace Double Publisher. 1965. Soft Cover. Gd. condition - Ace Double novels ... (sf36SF1). Good.
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CHANDLER, A.BERTRAM / EMIL PETAJA
Space Mercenaries / The Caves of Mars
U.S. Ace Double M-133. 1965, 1st Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Square tight copy with light wear on covers. Very Good +.
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Book number: 18154
CAD 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 3.75 US$ 3.82 | £UK 3.25 | JP¥ 428]
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CHANDLER, A.BERTRAM / EMIL PETAJA
Space Mercenaries / the Caves of Mars
U.S. Ace M-133. 1965, 1st Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Square solid copy with light wear on covers. Previous owner's name on first inside page on both sides. Very Good.
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Book number: 10543
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CHANDLER, A. BERTRAM & PETAJA, EMIL.
Space Mercenaries - the Caves of Mars.
Ace Books, New York, 1965. 256 pp, previous owner's name inside wrapper, inside wrappers browned, else very good copy in illustrated, limp wrappers.. 2 books in 1 - 'flip book' format.
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 AMAZING (GILBERT RAE SONBERGH; FESTUS PRAGNELL; P. F. COSTELLO - AKA W. P. MCGIVERN; BOB COURTNEY; DON WILCOX; EMIL PETAJA; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; EDWIN BENSON; RAY PALMER; ALEXANDER BLADE), Amazing Stories: June 1943
AMAZING (GILBERT RAE SONBERGH; FESTUS PRAGNELL; P. F. COSTELLO - AKA W. P. MCGIVERN; BOB COURTNEY; DON WILCOX; EMIL PETAJA; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; EDWIN BENSON; RAY PALMER; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Amazing Stories: June 1943
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1943. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 17, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover by Hadden for "Laboratory of the Mighty Mites" (novelet) by Gilbert Rae Sonbergh; Frank R. Paul's rear cover illustration for "Stories of the Stars - The Great Nebula in Orion" by Morris J. Steele [Raymond A. Palmer]. Includes "Conspirators of Phobos" (novelet) by Festus Pragnell; "Flight of the Sirius" (novelet) by P. F. Costello [William P. McGivern]; "Aid to the Enemy" by Bob Courtney; "Earth Stealers" by Don Wilcox; "Me, The People" by Emil Petaja; "Pacifist of Hell's Island" (novelet) by Robert Moore Williams; 'Priestess of the Floating Skull" (conclusion) by Edwin Benson. Features: "The Observatory"; "High Flying"; "Miracle of the Eye"; "Legs No Glue Can Hold"; "The Unknown Soldier"; "Origin of the Barber Pole"; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists: Guericke" by Alexander Blade [house pseud.]; "Scientific Mysteries"; "The Great Value of Petroluem"; "Meet the Authors" (highlights Emil Petaja); "Discussions"; "Lubricants of the Body"; "About Saturn". Illustrated by Hadden, Robert Fuqua, Julian S. Krupa, Rod ruth, Magarian, H. W. Mcauley, and Joe Sewell. Letters from L. Taylor Hansen and others. Creasing; minor edge tears. Very Good+.
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Book number: PF437
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 AMAZING (GILBERT RAE SONBERGH; FESTUS PRAGNELL; P. F. COSTELLO - AKA W. P. MCGIVERN; BOB COURTNEY; DON WILCOX; EMIL PETAJA; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; EDWIN BENSON; RAY PALMER; ALEXANDER BLADE), Amazing Stories: June 1943
AMAZING (GILBERT RAE SONBERGH; FESTUS PRAGNELL; P. F. COSTELLO - AKA W. P. MCGIVERN; BOB COURTNEY; DON WILCOX; EMIL PETAJA; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; EDWIN BENSON; RAY PALMER; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Amazing Stories: June 1943
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1943. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 17, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover by Hadden for "Laboratory of the Mighty Mites" (novelet) by Gilbert Rae Sonbergh; Frank R. Paul's rear cover illustration for "Stories of the Stars - The Great Nebula in Orion" by Morris J. Steele [Raymond A. Palmer]. Includes "Conspirators of Phobos" (novelet) by Festus Pragnell; "Flight of the Sirius" (novelet) by P. F. Costello [William P. McGivern]; "Aid to the Enemy" by Bob Courtney; "Earth Stealers" by Don Wilcox; "Me, The People" by Emil Petaja; "Pacifist of Hell's Island" (novelet) by Robert Moore Williams; 'Priestess of the Floating Skull" (conclusion) by Edwin Benson. Features: "The Observatory"; "High Flying"; "Miracle of the Eye"; "Legs No Glue Can Hold"; "The Unknown Soldier"; "Origin of the Barber Pole"; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists: Guericke" by Alexander Blade [house pseud.]; "Scientific Mysteries"; "The Great Value of Petroluem"; "Meet the Authors" (highlights Emil Petaja); "Discussions"; "Lubricants of the Body"; "About Saturn". Illustrated by Hadden, Robert Fuqua, Julian S. Krupa, Rod ruth, Magarian, H. W. Mcauley, and Joe Sewell. Letters from L. Taylor Hansen and others. Rubbing; spine slightly faded; rear cover and least few pages are corner chipped at upper foredge; dealer's mark. Very Good.
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Book number: PB585
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DE CAMP, L. SPRAGUE; WALTON, BRYCE; PETAJA, EMIL; CLARKE, ARTHUR C. ET AL.
Future Science Fiction. January 1952.
New York, Columbia Publications. 1952. Wraps. Color illustrated wraps by Milton Luros. Approximately 9 by 7 inches. 98 pp. Black and white illustrations throughout. A single issue of this science fiction magazine, featuring articles and stories by L. Sprague de Camp, Bryce Walton Emil Petaja, Arthur C. Clarke and others. FAIR/GOOD condition. Several areas of chewing present along the front hinge, one about an inch in length. Minor soiling, staining, browning and fading to the wraps. Minor chipping, tearing and creasing along the extremities, most noticeably the lower edge and rear fore edge. Rear wrapper rather browned and foxed. Text block solid and browned. Fair.
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Book number: 008071
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 9.5 | £UK 8.25 | JP¥ 1122]
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DELANY, SAMUEL, PETAJA, EMIL
Ballad of Beta-2. . Alpha Yes Terra No.
Ace M121, 1965 - 1st. Paperback. Very Good. Ace Double M121. Ballad - Cover by Ed Valigursky. Alpha - Cover by Jack Gaughan. Ace Double.
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Book number: 31535
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DELANY, SAMUEL R. / PETAJA, EMIL
The Ballad of Beta-2/ Alpha Yes, Terra No!
Ace Double. 1964, First Edition/First Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Book, A square solid tight un-read copy. Light wear. #M121 PBO. N-Fine.
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Book number: 034042
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DELANY, SAMUEL, PETAJA, EMIL
Ballad of Beta-2. . Alpha Yes Terra No.
Ace M121, 1965 - 1st. Paperback. Very Good. Ace Double M121. Ballad - Cover by Ed Valigursky. Alpha - Cover by Jack Gaughan. F1 . Ace Double.
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Book number: 10407
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 PETAJA EMIL, THE TIME TWISTER
PETAJA EMIL
THE TIME TWISTER
Dell Book, 1968. 158 pages. Tranche verte. Dell Book, 8911. Could he defeat the most monstruous threat Earth ever known ? In-12 Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon. .
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F&SF (BEN BOVA; LARRY NIVEN; RON GOULART; PHYLLIS GOTLIEB; MONICA STERBA; TERRY CARR; JAMES THURBER; EMIL PETAJA)
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&Sf): May 1967
NY, Mercury Press. 1967. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 32, No. 5. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover art by Ron Walotsky for "Planetoid Idiot" (novelet) by Phyllis Gotlieb. Includes Cyprians' Room" (novelet) by Monica Sterba; "Sleeping Beauty" by Terry Carr; "Safe at Any Speed" by Larry Niven; "Fifteen Miles" by Ben Bova; "Interview with a Lemming" by James Thurber; "Where Is Thy Sting" by Emil Petaja; "Fill in the Blank" by Ron Goulart. Features: "Books' by Judith Merril; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "The Red Shift" by Ted Thomas; "Science: The Times of Our Lives" by Isaac Asimov. Two 1/8" closed tears at rear cover foredge. Very Good+.
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Book number: P1897
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Keywords: Fantasy, Science Fiction

 F&SF (BEN BOVA; LARRY NIVEN; RON GOULART; PHYLLIS GOTLIEB; MONICA STERBA; TERRY CARR; JAMES THURBER; EMIL PETAJA), The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&Sf): May 1967
F&SF (BEN BOVA; LARRY NIVEN; RON GOULART; PHYLLIS GOTLIEB; MONICA STERBA; TERRY CARR; JAMES THURBER; EMIL PETAJA)
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&Sf): May 1967
NY, Mercury Press. 1967. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 32, No. 5. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover art by Ron Walotsky for "Planetoid Idiot" (novelet) by Phyllis Gotlieb. Includes Cyprians' Room" (novelet) by Monica Sterba; "Sleeping Beauty" by Terry Carr; "Safe at Any Speed" by Larry Niven; "Fifteen Miles" by Ben Bova; "Interview with a Lemming" by James Thurber; "Where Is Thy Sting" by Emil Petaja; "Fill in the Blank" by Ron Goulart. Features: "Books' by Judith Merril; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "The Red Shift" by Ted Thomas; "Science: The Times of Our Lives" by Isaac Asimov. Small buts out of lower covers edges; stress crack near head; tanning; rear cover dusty/rubbed with writin in pencil. Good to Very Good-.
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Book number: PJ755
USD 2.00 [Appr.: EURO 2 | £UK 1.75 | JP¥ 224]
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Keywords: Science Fiction, Fantasy Periodicals
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F&SF (BEN BOVA; LARRY NIVEN; RON GOULART; PHYLLIS GOTLIEB; MONICA STERBA; TERRY CARR; JAMES THURBER; EMIL PETAJA)
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&Sf): May 1967
NY, Mercury Press. 1967. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 32, No. 5. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover art by Ron Walotsky for "Planetoid Idiot" (novelet) by Phyllis Gotlieb. Includes Cyprians' Room" (novelet) by Monica Sterba; "Sleeping Beauty" by Terry Carr; "Safe at Any Speed" by Larry Niven; "Fifteen Miles" by Ben Bova; "Interview with a Lemming" by James Thurber; "Where Is Thy Sting" by Emil Petaja; "Fill in the Blank" by Ron Goulart. Features: "Books' by Judith Merril; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "The Red Shift" by Ted Thomas; "Science: The Times of Our Lives" by Isaac Asimov. Tanning. Near Fine.
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Keywords: Science Fiction, Fantasy Periodicals

 
EMIL PETAJA / JOHN M. FAUCETTE
The Prism / Crown of Infinity : H- 51
Ace Books Publisher. 1968. Soft Cover. Gd. condition - Ace Double Sci-Fi .. (sf184SF1b). Good.
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Book number: sf184
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Catalogue: Science Fiction
Keywords: mystery, sci-fi, galaxy, romance, suspense, aliens, spce, future, literature, novel,

 PETAJA, EMIL. (1915-2000). SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY WRITER., Typed Manuscript Signed by Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer Emil Petaja.
PETAJA, EMIL. (1915-2000). SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY WRITER.
Typed Manuscript Signed by Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer Emil Petaja.
San Francisco, CA: circa [1975]. [1975]. - 98 words typed on a sheet of his personalized letterhead, 11 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide. Probably dates from around 1975. Signed "Emil". The edges of the letterhead are slightly darkened & very lightly creased. Folded twice for mailing. Very good.

An anecdotal joke about a Professor U Nowho who feeds a potion to his hirelings which causes them to revert to early tribal types for his anthropological studies. One subject kept failing to revert. An assistant suggested, "Sir, I think I know what is wrong. You didn't give this subject enough of your magic potion. Everyone knows that one swallow doesn't make a Sumer."

Emil Petaja [1915-2000] was an American science fiction and fantasy writer of Finnish descent. An author whose career spanned seven decades, he wrote science fiction, fantasy, horror stories, detective fiction and poetry and was also a small press publisher. His best known works are a series of science fiction novels based on the Kalevala, the Finnish verse epic. In 1995, he was named the first ever Author Emeritus by the Science Fiction Writers of America. Very good .

Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.Professional seller
Book number: 32113
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Catalogue: Literature
Keywords: LITERATURE; SCIENCE FICTION; FANTASY; FINNISH AMERICAN; EMIL PETAJA; TYPED MANUSCRIPT SIGNED; SIGNATURE; AUTOGRAPH; HUMOR; JOKE.
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 FUTURE (ROSS LINDEN; BRYCE WALTON; L. SPRAGUE DE CAMP; EMIL PETAJA; ARTHUR C. CLARKE), Future Science Fiction: January, Jan. 1952
FUTURE (ROSS LINDEN; BRYCE WALTON; L. SPRAGUE DE CAMP; EMIL PETAJA; ARTHUR C. CLARKE)
Future Science Fiction: January, Jan. 1952
NY, Columbia Publications. 1952. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 2, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by Robert W. Lowndes. Cover art by Milton Luros. Includes "Quest of the Queen" (novel) by Ross Linden; "They Will Destroy" (novelet) by Bryce Walton; "False Prophets Shall Rise" (article) by L. Sprague de Camp; "Not Quite Human" by Emil Petaja; "The Awakening" by Arthur C. Clarke. Departments: "Today and Tomorrow"; "From the Bookshelf"; "Down to Earth"; "Readers' Preference Coupon." Illustrated by Finlay, Kiemle, Luros, and Poulton. Creasing; a few short tears; store-stamp and dealer's marks on cover. Very Good.
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Book number: PB1332
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 FUTURE (ROSS LINDEN; BRYCE WALTON; L. SPRAGUE DE CAMP; EMIL PETAJA; ARTHUR C. CLARKE), Future Science Fiction: January, Jan. 1952
FUTURE (ROSS LINDEN; BRYCE WALTON; L. SPRAGUE DE CAMP; EMIL PETAJA; ARTHUR C. CLARKE)
Future Science Fiction: January, Jan. 1952
NY, Columbia Publications. 1952. Single Issue Magazine. Vol. 2, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by Robert W. Lowndes. Cover art by Milton Luros. Includes "Quest of the Queen" (novel) by Ross Linden; "They Will Destroy" (novelet) by Bryce Walton; "False Prophets Shall Rise" (article) by L. Sprague de Camp; "Not Quite Human" by Emil Petaja; "The Awakening" by Arthur C. Clarke. Departments: "Today and Tomorrow"; "From the Bookshelf"; "Down to Earth"; "Readers' Preference Coupon." Illustrated by Finlay, Kiemle, Luros, and Poulton. Date-stamp; mild creasing. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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Book number: PA1829
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Catalogue: Pulps
Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps GGA
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