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 ADVENTURE (WALT COBURN; THOMAS H. RADDALL; FREDERICK WILKINS; CHRIS; BRUCE NELSON; F. R. BUCKLEY; WALTER HAVIGHURST), Adventure: April, Apr. 1942 ("Outlaw")
ADVENTURE (WALT COBURN; THOMAS H. RADDALL; FREDERICK WILKINS; CHRIS; BRUCE NELSON; F. R. BUCKLEY; WALTER HAVIGHURST)
Adventure: April, Apr. 1942 ("Outlaw")
NY, Popular Publications. 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 106, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by R. E. Lougheed. Includes "Round-Up at Sun Prairie" (novelette) by Walt Coburn; "The Drumlin of Joe Tom" by Thomas H. Raddall; "Tanks Ain't Horses" by Frederick Wilkins; "Kangaroo?" (verse) by Chris (sic); "Scalp Soup" (fact story) by Bruce Nelson; "Live By the Sword" (pt. 3 of 4) by F. R. Buckley; "First Command" by Walter Havighurst. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "The Trail Ahead"; "Lost Trails". Illustrated by Domn Hewitt, Hamilton Greene, John Clymer, and I. B. Hazelton. No back cover; tanning; edge losses to front; standard edge tears. Good-.
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 SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY (R. H. ROMANS; MILTON KALETSKY; DAVID C. COOKE; JOHN COLERIDGE - AKA EANDO BINDER; ARTHUR ALLPORT - AKA RAYMOND Z. GALLUN; HARL VINCENT), Science Fiction Quarterly: Summer 1940
SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY (R. H. ROMANS; MILTON KALETSKY; DAVID C. COOKE; JOHN COLERIDGE - AKA EANDO BINDER; ARTHUR ALLPORT - AKA RAYMOND Z. GALLUN; HARL VINCENT)
Science Fiction Quarterly: Summer 1940
MA, Double Action Magazines. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 1, No. 1. Cover by Jack Binder (uncredited). Includes "The Moon Conquerors" (novel) by R. H. Romans; "Space-Ship Derby" by Milton Kaletsky; "Package of Power" by David C. Cooke; "Polar Doom" by John Coleridge (Binder bros.); "The Gentle Brain" by Arthur Allport (Raymond Z. Gallun); "Life Inside a Wall" by Harl Vincent. Illustrated by Irving H. Novick. Edited by Charles D. Hornig. A little creasing; light rear cover soil. Sale! Regularly $50. Very Good+.
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 AMAZING (JAMES H. SCHMITZ; NEIL R. JONES; JACK EGAN; KATE WILHELM; MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY; BEN BOVA), Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1962
AMAZING (JAMES H. SCHMITZ; NEIL R. JONES; JACK EGAN; KATE WILHELM; MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY; BEN BOVA)
Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1962
NY, Ziff Davis. 1962. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 36, No. 11. Edited by Cele Goldsmith. Cover art by Virgil Finlay for "Left Hand, Right Hand" (novelet) by James H. Schmitz; b&w rear cover illustration for "Black and White" by Marion Zimmer Bradley. Includes "The Planet of the Double Sun" (novelt; classic reprint; intro by Sam Moskowitz) by Neil R. Jones; "World Edge" by Jack Egan; "The Last Days of the Captain" by Kate Wilhelm; "Life Among the Stars" (article) by Ben Bova. Features: "Editorial"; ".Or So You Say"; "Coming Next Month"; "The Spectroscope". Illustrated by Schelling, Finlay, Gaughan, Llewellyn, and Morey. Stress crack'; minor bumps and dings; edge and corner wear. Very Good.
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 AMAZING (WARNER VAN LORNE; HARRY STEPHEN KEELER; EDMOND HAMILTON; ELLIS PARKER BUTLER; BRADNER BUCKNER; RAY CUMMINGS; H. B. CARLETON; DAVID H. KELLER; NEIL R. JONES; ROBERT BLOCH; TAYLOR H. GREENFIELD; ISAAC ASIMOV; JACK G. HUEKELS; RAYMOND Z. GALLUN), Amazing Stories: April, Apr. 1956
AMAZING (WARNER VAN LORNE; HARRY STEPHEN KEELER; EDMOND HAMILTON; ELLIS PARKER BUTLER; BRADNER BUCKNER; RAY CUMMINGS; H. B. CARLETON; DAVID H. KELLER; NEIL R. JONES; ROBERT BLOCH; TAYLOR H. GREENFIELD; ISAAC ASIMOV; JACK G. HUEKELS; RAYMOND Z. GALLUN)
Amazing Stories: April, Apr. 1956
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1956. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 30, No. 4. 30th Anniversary issue. Cover by Edward Valigursky. Includes "Wanted - 7 Fearless Engineers" by Warner Van Lorne; "John Jones's Dollar" by Harry Stephen Keeler; "Wacky World" by Edmond Hamilton; "Solander's Radio Tomb" by Ellis Parker Butler; "The Day Time Stopped Moving" by Bradner Buckner; "The World Beyond" by Ray Cummings; "Hard Guy" by H. B. Carleton; "The Rat Racket" by David H. Keller, M.D.; "The Jameson Satellite" by Neil R. Jones; "Strange Flight of Richard Clayton" by Robert Bloch; "The Sword and the Autopen" by Taylor H. Greenfield; "Robot Al 76 Goes Astray" by Isaac Asimov; "Advanced Chemistry" by Jack G. Huekels; "The Eternal Wall" by Raymond Z. Gallun. Features: "The Observatory" by the Editor; "What Man Can Imagine" by Sam Moskowitz; "Predictions: 2001 A.D." by Sid Ceaser, Leo Cherne, Lily Dache, John Cameron Swayze, Hubert J. Schiafly, Gen. Carlos Romulo, Oliver J. Dragon, Herb Score, Oliver Reed, William Steig, Philip Wylie, A. W. Zelomek, Salvador Dali, Dr. N. Gonzalez, Steve Allen, and Dr. Robert Lindner; "Contest Winners" by Clarence W. Van Tilburg, Irving Drucker, and B. W. Sandefur; "As I See Tomorrow" by Robert Heinlein. Illustrated by John Giunta, Beecham, Kotzky, Llewellyn, and others. Creasing; rubbing; tanning; corner creasing. Very Good-.
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 AMAZING (ROBERT F. YOUNG; WILLIAM ROTSLER; BETSY CURTIS; JACK VANCE), Amazing Science Fiction: June 1973 ("Trullion - Alastor: 2262")
AMAZING (ROBERT F. YOUNG; WILLIAM ROTSLER; BETSY CURTIS; JACK VANCE)
Amazing Science Fiction: June 1973 ("Trullion - Alastor: 2262")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1973. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 47, No. 1. Edited by Ted White. Cover art by John Pederson. Includes "Adventures of the Last Earthman in Search of Love" by Robert F. Young; "Seed" by William Rotsler; "Of Course" by Betsy Curtis; "Trullion - Alastor: 2263" (pt. 2 of 2) by Jack Vance. New Features: "Editorial"; "the Club House (the Enchanted Duplicator)" by Bob Shaw and Walt Willis; "The Future in Books" by Alexei Panshin, Thomas F. Monteleone, and Cy Shauvin; "Or So You Say.". Illustrated by Jeff Jones, Mike Hinge, and Joe Staton. Creasing; stress; tanning; edge wear and nicks; first page creased with short associated edge tear. Very Good-.
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 AMAZING (ROBERT F. YOUNG; GORDON WALTERS; URSULA K. LE GUIN; PHYLLIS GOTLIEB; ROBERT ROHRER; SAM MOSKOWITZ ON MORT WEISINGER; ROBERT SILVERBERG), Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1964
AMAZING (ROBERT F. YOUNG; GORDON WALTERS; URSULA K. LE GUIN; PHYLLIS GOTLIEB; ROBERT ROHRER; SAM MOSKOWITZ ON MORT WEISINGER; ROBERT SILVERBERG)
Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1964
NY, Ziff Davis. 1964. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 38, No. 8. Edited by Cele G. Lalli. Cover art by Richard McKenna for "The HoneyEarthers" (novelet) by Robert F. Young. Includes "Zelerinda" (novelet) by Gordon Walters; "Selection" by Ursula K. Le Guin; "Valedictory" by Phyllis Gotleib; "Furnace of the Blue Flame" by Robert Rohrer. SF Profile: "Mort Weisinger: The Superman Behind Superman" by Sam Moskowitz. Features: "Editorial"; "Coming Next Month"; "The Spectroscope" by Robert Silverberg; ".Or So You Say." Illustrated by Schelling, Virgil Finlay, and Adragna. Letter from Ben Bova. Minor staple tears; slight creasing; mild tanning; dealer's mark on cover, very small red pen. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 AMAZING (THOMAS M. DISCH; JOHN T. SLADEK; DURANT IMBODEN; DAVID R. BUNCH; MACK REYNOLDS; MILTON LESSER; WALTER M. MILLER, JR.; RICHARD C. MEREDITH; LAURENCE M. JANIFER; LEON E. STOVER), Amazing Stories: March, Mar. 1969 ("We All Died at the Breakaway Station")
AMAZING (THOMAS M. DISCH; JOHN T. SLADEK; DURANT IMBODEN; DAVID R. BUNCH; MACK REYNOLDS; MILTON LESSER; WALTER M. MILLER, JR.; RICHARD C. MEREDITH; LAURENCE M. JANIFER; LEON E. STOVER)
Amazing Stories: March, Mar. 1969 ("We All Died at the Breakaway Station")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1969. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 42, No. 6. Edited by Ted White. Cover art is uncredited [Johnny Bruck]. Includes "The Invasion of the Giant Stupid Dinosaurs" by Thomas M. Disch; "The Aggressor" by John T. Sladek; "Prelude to Reconstruction" by Durant Imboden; "At the Time of Disposal of Infants" by David R. Bunch; "The Man in the Moon" (novelet; reprint) by Mack Reynolds; "Ask a Foolish Question" (novelet; reprint) by Milton Lesser; "Death of a Spaceman" (novelet; reprint) by Walter M. Miller, Jr.; "We All Died at the Breakaway Station" (conclusion) by Richard C. Meredith. Features: "Fearless You" (editorial) and "The Right Mistake" by Laurence M. Janifer; "Apeman, Superman - or, 2001's Answer to the Worlds" (article; "Science of Man") by Leon E. Stover; 'the Future in Books" by William Atheling, Jr. [James Blish]. Illustrated by Bruce Jones, Leo Summers, Dan Adkins, Tom Beecham, and Ernest Schroeder. Tears; rubbing; sticker ghost; creasing; minor chipping. Good.
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 AMAZING (PHILIP JOSE FARMER; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; BILL PRONZINI; PIERS ANTHONY; MILES J. BREUER; GREG BENFORD & DAVID BOOK), Amazing Stories: September, Sept. 1970 ("Orn")
AMAZING (PHILIP JOSE FARMER; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; BILL PRONZINI; PIERS ANTHONY; MILES J. BREUER; GREG BENFORD & DAVID BOOK)
Amazing Stories: September, Sept. 1970 ("Orn")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1970. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 44, No. 3. Edited by Ted White. Cover art by Jeff Jones. Includes "The Oogenesis of Bird City" by Philip Jose Farmer; "The Low Road" by Christopher Anvil; "Dry Spell" by Bill Pronzini; "Orn" (pt. 2 of 2) by Piers Anthony; "Mrs. Bowen's Wife Reduces" (reprint) by Miles J. Breuer; "The Science in Science Fiction: What You Eat You Are" by Greg Benford & David Book. Illustrated by Michael Hinge, Dan Adkins, and Michael Wm. Kaluta. Lacks 2" of cover at spine heel; other spine tears; light vstain to upper rear; creasing; edgewear. Good-.
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 ANALOG (PAUL ASH; CHARLES L. HARNESS; GORDON R. DICKSON; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; JOE POYER), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: May 1966
ANALOG (PAUL ASH; CHARLES L. HARNESS; GORDON R. DICKSON; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; JOE POYER)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: May 1966
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1966. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXVII, No. 3. Edited by John W. Campbell. Cover art by Schoenherr for "The Wings of a Bat" (novelette) by Paul Ash. Includes "The Alchemist" (short novel) by Charles L. Harness; "Call Him Lord" by Gordon R. Dickson; "Two-Way Communication" by Christopher Anvil; "Under the Wide and Starry Sky" by Joe Poyer. Science Fact: "The Meteorite Miners" by Ralph A. Hall, M.D.; "Titanium/The Wonder Metal". Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: The Public be Damned!" by John W. Campbell; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Rear cover wrinked with small tears at lkower spine corner; also minor stains; creasing. Very Good-.
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 ANDERSON, POUL, Strangers from Earth
ANDERSON, POUL
Strangers from Earth
NY, Ballantine. 1961, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. 1st printing, 1961; #483K. Cover art by Powers. Paperback original. Minor wet stain along rear hinge; small sticker pulls inside cover; small tear at spine head. Very Good.
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 APPEL, BENJAMIN, The Funhouse
APPEL, BENJAMIN
The Funhouse
NY, Ballantine. 1959, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing](1959) #345K. Cover art by Ben Shahn. Paperback original. Mild tanning; wraps a little offset from text block. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 AMAZING (ALEXANDER BLADE; S. M. TENNESHAW; RUBBERT CARLIN; GUY ARCHETTE - AKA CHESTER S. GEIER; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; GROVER KENT; GEORGE GRAUMAN), Amazing Stories: June 1949
AMAZING (ALEXANDER BLADE; S. M. TENNESHAW; RUBBERT CARLIN; GUY ARCHETTE - AKA CHESTER S. GEIER; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; GROVER KENT; GEORGE GRAUMAN)
Amazing Stories: June 1949
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1949. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 23, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "Dynasty of the Devil" by Alexander Blade (unattributed house pseud.). Includes "The Outcast" by S. M. Tenneshaw (unattributed house pseud.); "I Murdered You" by Rubbert Carlin; "Twisted House" by Guy Archette [Chester S. Geier]; "Land of the Golden Men" by Robert Moore Williams; "Death's Double" by Grover Kent; "Supermen, Incorporated" by George Graumen. Features: "The Observatory"; "Shadow Superstitions" by Kay Bennett; "Moonstone Mystery" by Robert Marlin; "Ancient Barbering Customs" by Frances Yerxa; "Greek Ring Legends" by June Lurie; "Did You See It?" by R. Dee; "Miracles of Blood" by Jeffry Stevens; "Amazing Stories Crossword Puzzle" by Marion Beuscher; "Messengers from Above" by A. Morris; "Manufactured Power" by B. R. Nelson; "Portable Power" by Carter T. Wainwright; "Over the Waves" by Robert Carter; "Mesozoic Reptiles" by Pete Bogg. Illustrated by W. G Adam, Murphy Anderson, Rod Ruth, Bill Terry, and Julian S. Krupa. Creasing; glue mends at spine head; small loss at upper rear cover edge; creasing; standard wear and tear at edges. Very Good-.
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 AMAZING (ALEXANDER BLADE; S. M. TENNESHAW; RUBBERT CARLIN; GUY ARCHETTE - AKA CHESTER S. GEIER; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; GROVER KENT; GEORGE GRAUMAN), Amazing Stories: June 1949
AMAZING (ALEXANDER BLADE; S. M. TENNESHAW; RUBBERT CARLIN; GUY ARCHETTE - AKA CHESTER S. GEIER; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; GROVER KENT; GEORGE GRAUMAN)
Amazing Stories: June 1949
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1949. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 23, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "Dynasty of the Devil" by Alexander Blade (unattributed house pseud.). Includes "The Outcast" by S. M. Tenneshaw (unattributed house pseud.); "I Murdered You" by Rubbert Carlin; "Twisted House" by Guy Archette [Chester S. Geier]; "Land of the Golden Men" by Robert Moore Williams; "Death's Double" by Grover Kent; "Supermen, Incorporated" by George Graumen. Features: "The Observatory"; "Shadow Superstitions" by Kay Bennett; "Moonstone Mystery" by Robert Marlin; "Ancient Barbering Customs" by Frances Yerxa; "Greek Ring Legends" by June Lurie; "Did You See It?" by R. Dee; "Miracles of Blood" by Jeffry Stevens; "Amazing Stories Crossword Puzzle" by Marion Beuscher; "Messengers from Above" by A. Morris; "Manufactured Power" by B. R. Nelson; "Portable Power" by Carter T. Wainwright; "Over the Waves" by Robert Carter; "Mesozoic Reptiles" by Pete Bogg. Illustrated by W. G Adam, Murphy Anderson, Rod Ruth, Bill Terry, and Julian S. Krupa. Wraps partially re-glued; stress; crescent tear at lower edge of front cover las two tape-ghosts to front and one small piece of newer tape on inside; a little bent from poor stacking; stress tear; tape-ghost at head. Good+ to Very Good-.
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 ARGOSY (MAX BRAND; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; CAPTAIN DINGLE; BORDEN CHASE; SAMUEL TAYLOR; WALTER RIPPERGER; PAUL ANNIXTER), Argosy Weekly: May 7, 1938
ARGOSY (MAX BRAND; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; CAPTAIN DINGLE; BORDEN CHASE; SAMUEL TAYLOR; WALTER RIPPERGER; PAUL ANNIXTER)
Argosy Weekly: May 7, 1938
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 281, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Rudolph Belarski for "The Living Ghost" (pt. 1 of 6) by Max Brand. Includes "Highpockets" by Frank Richardson Pierce; "The Smoking Monkey" by Captain Dingle; "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" (pt. 2 of 6) by Borden Chase; "Eight Ball" by Samuel Taylor; "This Doll Must Die" (pt. 5 of 6) by Walter Ripperger; "Bald Face" by Paul Annixter. Features: "Writing to Left" by J. Wentworth Tilden; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Minor tears; rear hinge tear. about 1"; small loss at heel. Very Good+.
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 ARGOSY (ARTHUR LEO ZAGAT; MAX BRAND; CHARLES TENNEY JACKSON; C. S. FORESTER; STOOKIE ALLEN; RICHARD WORMSER; JOHN BUCHAN; W. A. WINDAS; WILLIAM P. TEMPLETON; ERIC SHARPE), Argosy Weekly: December, Dec. 17, 1938 ("Young Doctor Kildare"; "the Thirty-Nine Steps"; "Flying Colours")
ARGOSY (ARTHUR LEO ZAGAT; MAX BRAND; CHARLES TENNEY JACKSON; C. S. FORESTER; STOOKIE ALLEN; RICHARD WORMSER; JOHN BUCHAN; W. A. WINDAS; WILLIAM P. TEMPLETON; ERIC SHARPE)
Argosy Weekly: December, Dec. 17, 1938 ("Young Doctor Kildare"; "the Thirty-Nine Steps"; "Flying Colours")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 286, No. 6. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Chandler H. Whipple.] Cover art by Richard Belarski for "The Tattooed Sheep" (novelet) by Richard Wormser. Includes "Island in the Sky" (classic SF novelet) by Arthur Leo Zagat; "Young Doctor Kildare" (pt. 1 of 3) by Max Brand; "Sharks for Breakfast" by Charles Tenney Jackson; "Flying Colours" (pt. 3 of 6; Hornblower series) by C. S. Forester; "Men of Daring: Carey Harrison - Doom-Dodger" (True Story in Pictures) by Stookie Allen; "The Thirty-nine Steps" (pt. 2 of 3) by John Buchan; "Legends of the Legionaries" (picture feature) by W. A. Windas; "Mr. Primrose Goes to the Devil" by William P. Templeton. Features: "The Bell of Loneliness" by Eric Sharpe; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Creasing; heavy edgewear with standard short tears and minor losses; pan marks on rear; stress. Good to Very Good-.
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 ASIMOV'S (LARRY NIVEN; MARTIN GARDNER; MICHAEL A. BANKS; GINGER KADERABEK; DIANA L. PAXSON; JACK L. CHALKER; CONWAY CONLEY; FREDERICK S. LORD, JR.; STEPHEN LEIGH; SHERWOOD SPRINGER; PATRICIA NURSE; JOHN BRUNNER; RANDALL GARRETT ON LEIGH BRACKETT), Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction: July - August, Aug. 1978
ASIMOV'S (LARRY NIVEN; MARTIN GARDNER; MICHAEL A. BANKS; GINGER KADERABEK; DIANA L. PAXSON; JACK L. CHALKER; CONWAY CONLEY; FREDERICK S. LORD, JR.; STEPHEN LEIGH; SHERWOOD SPRINGER; PATRICIA NURSE; JOHN BRUNNER; RANDALL GARRETT ON LEIGH BRACKETT)
Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction: July - August, Aug. 1978
NY, Davis Publications. 1978. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 2, No. 4. Cover art by Freas. Includes "Editorial: It's a Funny Thing" & "The New Magazine" by Isaac Asimov; "On Books" by Charles N. Brown; "Cautionary Tales" by Larry Niven; "The Great Ring of Neptune" by Martin Gardner; "Horseless Carriage" by Michael A. Banks; "Frank Kelly Freas" by Ginger Kaderabek; "Message to Myself" by Diana L. Paxson; "Public Relations" by Ginger Kaderabek; "Dance Band on the Titanic" by Jack L. Chalker; "On the Way" by Conway Conley; "But Do They Ride Dolphins?" by Frederick S. Lord, Jr.; "The SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss; "When We Come Down" by Stephen Leigh; "Fragger's Bottom Line.Line.Line" by Sherwood Springer; "One Rejection too Many" by Patricia Nurse; "The Suicide of Man" by John Brunner; "Leigh Brackett: A Memoir" by Randall Garrett. Illustrated by Gaughan, Freas, Freff, Sternbach, Schomburg, and others. Minor wear. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 ASIMOV, ISAAC, The Martian Way
ASIMOV, ISAAC
The Martian Way
NY, Signet. 1957. Mass Market Paperback. 1st printing, July 1957; #S1433. Cover art by Powers. Small sticker pull inside cover; light wear. Very Good+.
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 ASIMOV, ISAAC, Nine Tomorrows
ASIMOV, ISAAC
Nine Tomorrows
NY, Bantam. 1960. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing] July 1960; #A2121. Cover art is uncredited [swipes from Heinrich Kley]. Minor aging and handling wear. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 ASTOUNDING (FRANK M. ROBINSON; H. B. FYFE; PHILIP LATHAM -AKA R. S. RICHARDSON; HAL CLEMENT; R. S. RICHARDSON), Astounding Science Fiction: November, Nov. 1951 ("Iceworld")
ASTOUNDING (FRANK M. ROBINSON; H. B. FYFE; PHILIP LATHAM -AKA R. S. RICHARDSON; HAL CLEMENT; R. S. RICHARDSON)
Astounding Science Fiction: November, Nov. 1951 ("Iceworld")
NY, Street & Smith. 1951. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XLVIII, No. 2. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Chesley Bonestell illustrating "Making Worlds Collide" (article; George Pal movie tie-in) by R. S. Richardson. Includes "The Hunting Season" (short novel) by Frank M. Robinson; "Implode and Peddle" (novelette) by H. B. Fyfe; "To Explain Mrs. Thompson" by Philip Latham (R. S. Richardson); "Iceworld" (pt. 2 of 3) by Hal Clement. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Negotiation" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Cartier, Orban, van Dongen and Welker. Creasing; tanning. Very Good-.
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 SCIENCE FICTION ADVENTURE CLASSICS (STANTON A. COBLENTZ; WILLIAM DE LISLE; THORNTON AYRE - AKA JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; FESTUS PRAGNELL; LEROY YERXA), Science Fiction Adventure Classics: No. 15, Fall 1971
SCIENCE FICTION ADVENTURE CLASSICS (STANTON A. COBLENTZ; WILLIAM DE LISLE; THORNTON AYRE - AKA JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; FESTUS PRAGNELL; LEROY YERXA)
Science Fiction Adventure Classics: No. 15, Fall 1971
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1971. SingleIssueMagazine. No. 15. Reprint magazine. Includes "Enchantress of Lemuria" by Stanton A. Coblentz; "When the Darkness Came" by William De Lisle; "Lunar Vengeance" by Thornton Ayre (John Russell Fearn); "Madcap of Mars' by Festus Pragnell; "Valley of the Black Sun" by Leroy Yerxa. Original illustrations. Creasing; stray pencil marks on cover; tanning. Very Good.
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Book number: PK737
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Catalogue: Magazines
Keywords: Science Fiction Magazine Catalog1
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 BARRY, RICHARD, Fruit of the Desert
BARRY, RICHARD
Fruit of the Desert
NY, Doubleday Page & Co. 1920, First Edition. Hard Cover. Association, [1st printing] 1920. Red cloth; orange lettering on front and spine; 245pp.; frontis. "Lost Race adventure novel set in the American South-West"; Locke, Spectrum I; p. 29. See also Clareson; Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s & Crawford, Donahue, Grant; 333, p. 10. Front hinge starting; small contemporary sticker with #13 on lower spine. Else nice. Association copy - Oswald Train's bookplate on front pastedown. Sale! Regularly $145. Very Good.
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Book number: DC1559
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 BLISH, JAMES, Earthman, Come Home
BLISH, JAMES
Earthman, Come Home
NY, Avon. 1958. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing, Feb. 1958] #T-225. Cover art is uncredited. Minor rear cover scars; lower rear foredge corner; has chips and little creases a few pages deep; tanning. Very Good.
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Book number: MK23
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 BLISH, JAMES, Esper (Orig. : Jack of Eagles)
BLISH, JAMES
Esper (Orig. : Jack of Eagles)
NY, Avon. 1958. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing, 1958] #T-268. Cover art is uncredited (A.B.?). Minor adhesions to front cover; tanning. Very Good.
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Book number: MK20
USD 4.00 [Appr.: EURO 3.75 | £UK 3.25 | JP¥ 449]
Keywords: Science Fiction Catalog1
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 BLOCH, ROBERT, More Nightmares (10 Weird Tales from Pleasant Dreams and the Opener of the Way)
BLOCH, ROBERT
More Nightmares (10 Weird Tales from Pleasant Dreams and the Opener of the Way)
NY, Belmont Books. 1961, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. 1st printing, Feb. 1962; #L92-530. Cover art is uncredited. Tanning; edgewear with nicks and minor bumps; tni tear at upper frotn edge. Very Good.
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Book number: MK57
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 9 | £UK 8 | JP¥ 1121]
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0425057402 BLOCK, THOMAS M., Orbit
BLOCK, THOMAS M.
Orbit
NY, Berkley. 1983. (ISBN: 0425057402). Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing] Jan. 1983. Cover art is uncredited. Heavy creasing; edge and corner wear with minor bumps; stray pen mark on top end. Good to Very Good-.
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Book number: LNA56
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