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 SABATINI, RAFAEL, The Gamester
SABATINI, RAFAEL
The Gamester
Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co. 1949, First Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket. 1st printing, 1949. Original cloth with red lettering on front and spine. Top text block a little darkened; previous dealer's marks reased with smudging on rear ep and small label in lower gutter of ffep. Sale! Regularly $45. Very Good+/Very Good+.
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 SATELLITE (LESTER DEL REY; ARTHUR C. CLARKE; DAL STIVENS; ISAAC ASIMOV; HENRY SLESAR; SAM MOSKOWITZ), Satellite Science Fiction: June 1957 ("Badge of Infamy")
SATELLITE (LESTER DEL REY; ARTHUR C. CLARKE; DAL STIVENS; ISAAC ASIMOV; HENRY SLESAR; SAM MOSKOWITZ)
Satellite Science Fiction: June 1957 ("Badge of Infamy")
NY, Renown Publications. 1957. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 1, No. 5. Edited by Leo Margulies. Cover art by Alex Schomburg. Includes "Badge of Imfamy" (novel) by Lester del Rey. Includes "The Man Who Ploughed the Sea" by Arthur C. Clarke; "Shadow trouble" by Dal Stivens; "A Woman's Heart" by Isaac Asimov; "Ben's Idea" by Henry Slesar. Article: "The Real Earth Satellite Story" by Sam Moskowitz. Illustrated by Schomburg and Schoenherr. Rear cover tears and scars, pretty minor; a little stress; small tears at spine ends. Very Good-.
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 SERLING, ROD, Stories from the Twilight Zone
SERLING, ROD
Stories from the Twilight Zone
NY, Bantam. 1960. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing] Apr. 1960. Photo cover. Paperback original. Minor bumps, creasing, and conrer chips at upper front foredge pages. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 SHIRAS, WILMAR H., Children of the Atom
SHIRAS, WILMAR H.
Children of the Atom
NY, Avon. 1958. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing, 1958] #T-221. Cover art by A.S. Minor flaws; mild tanning. Near Fine.
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 SPACE (LEIGH BRACKETT; GORDON R. DICKSON; HENRY HASSE; JOHN R. MARSHALL; D. W. BAREFOOT), Space Stories: February, Feb. 1953 ("the Big Jump")
SPACE (LEIGH BRACKETT; GORDON R. DICKSON; HENRY HASSE; JOHN R. MARSHALL; D. W. BAREFOOT)
Space Stories: February, Feb. 1953 ("the Big Jump")
NY, Standard Magazines. 1953. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 1, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Samuel Mines. Cover by Emsh. Includes "The Big Jump" (novel) by Leigh Brackett; "The Bleak and Barren Land" (novelet) by Gordon R. Dickson; "Three Lines of Old Martian" by Henry Hasse; "Coming Home" by John R. Marshall; "Even the Bright Gods Must Die" by D. W. Barefoot. Features: "Flashes from Our Readers"; "Science Bulletins." Illustrated by Virgil Finlay, J. Dreary, Schomburg, and others. Letters from R. E. Geis and others. Creasing; stress; small edge losses; standard wear and tear at edges; small loss at heel. Very Good.
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 STAPLEDON, OLAF, Odd John
STAPLEDON, OLAF
Odd John
NY, Galaxy/ Beacon. 1959. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing, 1959] #K236. Cover art by Robert Stanley. This is the paperback first printing, not the digest issue. Minor creasing; minor corner chip. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 STARTLING (ARTHUR C. CLARKE; RAY BRADBURY; JACK VANCE; A. E. VAN VOGT; FRANK BELKNAP LONG; JOHN D. MACDONALD; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; FESTUS PRAGNELL), Startling Stories: November, Nov. 1948 ("Against the Fall of Night")
STARTLING (ARTHUR C. CLARKE; RAY BRADBURY; JACK VANCE; A. E. VAN VOGT; FRANK BELKNAP LONG; JOHN D. MACDONALD; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; FESTUS PRAGNELL)
Startling Stories: November, Nov. 1948 ("Against the Fall of Night")
NY, Better Publications. 1948. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 18, No. 2. Pulp magazine [Edited by Sam Merwin. Jr.] Cover art by Bergey for "Against the Fall of Night" (complete novel) by Arthur C. Clarke. Includes "The Isotope Men" (novelet; classic reprint) by Festus Pragnell; "The Stubborn Men" by Robert Moore Williams; "Humpty Dumpty Had a Great Fall" by Frank Belknap Long; "Dormant" by A. E. van Vogt; "Ring Around the Redhead" by John D. MacDonald; "The Visitor" by Ray Bradbury; "The Unspeakable McInch" (Magnus Ridolph series) by Jack Vance. Features: "The Ether Vibrates"; "Science Fiction Fan Publications"; "Science Fiction Bookshelf." Illustrated by Napoli, Finlay, and others. Letter from Marion "Astra" Add-a-Pearl Zimmer. Dealer's mark on cover; minor edge tears and wear. Rear cover crease; upper front staple tears; dealer's mark in pen on rear; upper staple has not penetrated through whole issue as it should. Very Good+.
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 STARTLING (JACK WILLIAMSON; JACK VANCE; CHARLES E. FRITCH; TARR ROMAN; ROBERT SHERMAN TOWNES; ANTHONY BOUCHER; R. J. MCGREGOR), Startling Stories: June 1952 ("Dragon's Island")
STARTLING (JACK WILLIAMSON; JACK VANCE; CHARLES E. FRITCH; TARR ROMAN; ROBERT SHERMAN TOWNES; ANTHONY BOUCHER; R. J. MCGREGOR)
Startling Stories: June 1952 ("Dragon's Island")
NY, Better Publications. 1952. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 26, No. 2. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Bergey for "Dragon's Island" (abridged reprint of contemporary hardcover edition) by Jack Williamson. Includes "Sabotage on Sulfer Planet" (novelet) by Jack Vance; "The Watcher" by Charles E. Fritch; "Skin Deep" by Tarr Roman; "Problem for Emmy" by Robert Sherman Townes; "The Ambassadors" by Anthony Boucher; "The Men in the Moons" by R. G. McGregor. Features: "The Ether Vibrates"; "Man's Enduring Dream: The Spaceship" by Norman B. Wiltsey; "Current Fan Publications" by Jerome Bixby; "Science Fiction Bookshelf." Illustrated by Shomburg, Emsler, Orban and others. Letters from Marion Zimmer Bradley, Joe Gibson and others. Date stamp on cover and dealer's mar; heavy from hinge crease; small rear cover scar. Very Good.
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 STURGEON, THEODORE, Aliens 4
STURGEON, THEODORE
Aliens 4
NY, Avon. 1959, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing](1959) #YT-304. Cover art is uncredited. Paperback original. Mild tanning; minor stains at lower foredge tezt block corner; slight handling wear. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 STURGEON, THEODORE, Some of Your Blood
STURGEON, THEODORE
Some of Your Blood
NY, Ballantine. 1961, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. [1st printing](1961) #458 k. Cover art is uncredited. Paperback original. Rubbing; tanning; minor creasing. Very Good+.
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 TAINE, JOHN (ERIC TEMPLE BELL), The Forbidden Garden
TAINE, JOHN (ERIC TEMPLE BELL)
The Forbidden Garden
Reading, PA, Fantasy Press. 1947, First Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket. 1st printing, 1947. Inscribed to previous owner and # 408 of 500 limited. "Another Science Fiction novel of strange life forms, this time in the Himalayan regions. Not previously published" (Locke; Spectrum I, p. 210). Dj has been wet at lower half with ripples on front panel and some staining at foredge and lower edges; several interior pages also slightly stained at same edges. Sale! Regularly $60.00. Very Good/Good to Very Good-. Signed by Author.
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 TAINE, JOHN (ERIC TEMPLE BELL), The Greatest Adventure
TAINE, JOHN (ERIC TEMPLE BELL)
The Greatest Adventure
NY, Ace. 1960. Paperback. [1st printing, 1960; #D-473. Cover art is uncredited [Emsh]. "A great novel of evolution gone wild!". Minor wear and mild tanning. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 TALLANT, WESLEY, Jake Hardy & Two Other Western Stories
TALLANT, WESLEY
Jake Hardy & Two Other Western Stories
MS, Ramble House. 2011. Paperback. 2011. Trade paperback. Cover art by Gavin L. O'Keefe. Inscribed to original owner. Near Fine. Signed by Author.
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 FANTASTIC (HENRY SLESAR; ROBERT SILVERBERG; RALPH BURKE; STANLEY MULLEN; CALVIN KNOX - AKA ROBERT SILVERBERG; HALL THORNTON - AKA SILVERBERG), Fantastic: March, Mar. 1957
FANTASTIC (HENRY SLESAR; ROBERT SILVERBERG; RALPH BURKE; STANLEY MULLEN; CALVIN KNOX - AKA ROBERT SILVERBERG; HALL THORNTON - AKA SILVERBERG)
Fantastic: March, Mar. 1957
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1957. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 6, No. 2. Edited by Paul W. Fairman. Cover by Edward Valigursky for "The Goddess of World 21" by Henry Slesar. Includes "Forgotten World" by Robert Silverberg; "Citadel of Darkness" by Ralph Burke; "The Dead Companions" by Stanley Mullen; "Swords Against the Outworlders" by Calvin Knox [Robert Silverberg]; "Freak Show" by Hall Thornton [Robert Silverberg]. Features: "It Sounds Fantastic, But. " by Paul Steiner; "According to You."; "The Book Rack" by Villiers Gerson; "Superlatives". Illustrated by Virgil Finlay, Leo R. Summers, Llewellyn, and 'J.S." Creasing; small edge nicks and short tears; a littl rubbed; glue-mend at heel. Good to Very Good-.
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 MOST THRILLING SCIENCE FICTION EVER TOLD (MURRAY LEINSTER), The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told: No. 10, Fall 1968 ("Long Ago, Far Away"; "Planet of Dread")
MOST THRILLING SCIENCE FICTION EVER TOLD (MURRAY LEINSTER)
The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told: No. 10, Fall 1968 ("Long Ago, Far Away"; "Planet of Dread")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1968. SingleIssueMagazine. "Special Leinster 50th Anniversary Issue! Two Complete Novels." Contains "Long Ago, Far Away" and "Planet of Dread" - both by Murray Leinster. Dealer's marks in black marker on front; rubbing; tanning; edgewear; minor bumps. Very Good.
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 MOST THRILLING SCIENCE FICTION EVER TOLD (PHILIP K. DICK; HARRY HARRISON; KATE WILHELM; DONALD E. WESTLAKE; RON GOULART; ALFRED COPPEL; LARRY EISENBERG; JACK EGAN), The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told: No. 9, Summer 1968
MOST THRILLING SCIENCE FICTION EVER TOLD (PHILIP K. DICK; HARRY HARRISON; KATE WILHELM; DONALD E. WESTLAKE; RON GOULART; ALFRED COPPEL; LARRY EISENBERG; JACK EGAN)
The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told: No. 9, Summer 1968
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1968. SingleIssueMagazine. Edited by Harry Harrison. Cover art is uncredited. Includes "The Days of Perky Pat" by Philip K. Dick; "Down to Earth" by Harry Harrison; "When the Moon Was Red" by Kate Wilhelm; "The Risk Profession" by Donald E. Westlake; "Yes Men of Venus" by Ron Goulart; "The Fifth Stone" by Alfred Coppel; "The Fastest Draw" by Larry Eisenberg; "Cully" by Jack Egan. Illustrated by Adkins, Lutjens, Bernklau, Ivie, Summers, Schelling, and others. Creasing; minor soiling and edge tears. Very Good+.
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 MOST THRILLING SCIENCE FICTION EVER TOLD (JAMES H. SCHMITZ; JACK VANCE), The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told: No. 12, Spring 1969 ("the Kragen" & : Beacon to Elsewhere")
MOST THRILLING SCIENCE FICTION EVER TOLD (JAMES H. SCHMITZ; JACK VANCE)
The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told: No. 12, Spring 1969 ("the Kragen" & : Beacon to Elsewhere")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1969. SingleIssueMagazine. No. 12. Cover art is uncredited. Includes "Beacon to Elsewhere" by James H. Schmitz; "The Kragen" by Jack Vance. Illustrated by Finlay and Emsh. Creasing; corner wear; rear cover bump; light rubbing. Very Good-.
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 MOST THRILLING SCIENCE FICTION EVER TOLD (HENRY SLESAR; ALAN E. NOURSE), The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told: No. 11, Winter 1968
MOST THRILLING SCIENCE FICTION EVER TOLD (HENRY SLESAR; ALAN E. NOURSE)
The Most Thrilling Science Fiction Ever Told: No. 11, Winter 1968
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1968. SingleIssueMagazine. Contains "Two Complete Novels": "The Goddess of World 21" by Henry Sesar and "Gold in the Sky" by Alan E. Nourse. Slight rubbing; twine impressions at all four edges and with short tears and wrinkles at lower front edge, three pages deep; upper staples pokes through rear cover; tanning. Very Good-.
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 WORLDS OF TOMORROW (GORDON R. DICKSON; ARTHUR SELLINGS; NORMAN KAGAN; C. C. MACAPP; FRITZ LEIBER; MACK REYNOLDS; ROBERT S. RICHARDSON), Worlds of Tomorrow: September, Sept. 1965
WORLDS OF TOMORROW (GORDON R. DICKSON; ARTHUR SELLINGS; NORMAN KAGAN; C. C. MACAPP; FRITZ LEIBER; MACK REYNOLDS; ROBERT S. RICHARDSON)
Worlds of Tomorrow: September, Sept. 1965
NY, Galaxy. 1965. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 3, No. 1. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Schelling for "Cyclops" by Fritz Leiber. Includes "Catch a Tartar" (novelette) by Gordon R. Dickson; "The Tinplate Teleologist" (novelette) by Arthur Sellings; "At the Institute" (novelette) by Norman Kagan; "The Light Outside" by C. C. MacApp; "Of Godlike Powers" (conclusion) by Mack Reynolds. Science Feature: "Theories Wanted" by Robert S. Richardson. Departments: "Editorial: the Universe"; Coming.Tomorrow!" Illustrated by Morrow, Brock, and Gaughan. Tanned; small loss at lower edge of front cover; minor stain; a little bent from poor stacking. Very Good-.
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 WORLDS OF TOMORROW (PHILIP JOSE FARMER; C. C. MACAPP; RICHARD C. MEREDITH; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; BASIL WELLS; ROBERT S. RICHARDSON; SAM MOSKOWITZ), Worlds of Tomorrow: March, Mar. 1966
WORLDS OF TOMORROW (PHILIP JOSE FARMER; C. C. MACAPP; RICHARD C. MEREDITH; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; BASIL WELLS; ROBERT S. RICHARDSON; SAM MOSKOWITZ)
Worlds of Tomorrow: March, Mar. 1966
NY, Galaxy. 1966. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 3, No. 6. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Morrow for "The Suicide Express" (short novel; Riverworld series) by Philip Jose Farmer. Includes "Like Any World of Gree" (novelette) by C. C. MacApp; "Choice of Weapons" (novelette) by Richard C. Meredith; "The Kindly Invasion" by Christopher Anvil; "Umpty" by Basil Wells; "Comets Via the Vjseh" (feature) by Robert S. Richardson". Departments: "Editrorial: Why Space?"; "The Super-Sleuths of SF" (article) by Sam Moskowitz. Illustrated by Gaughan, Lutjens, and Morrow. Tanning; minor bumps and dings; staples poke through rear cover. Very Good.
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 WORLDS OF TOMORROW (PHILIP JOSE FARMER; PHILIP K. DICK; R. A. LAFFERTY; THEODORE L. THOMAS; SYDNEY VAN SCYOC; JOSEPH WESLEY; ROBERT S. RICHARDSON)), Worlds of Tomorrow: January, Jan. 1965
WORLDS OF TOMORROW (PHILIP JOSE FARMER; PHILIP K. DICK; R. A. LAFFERTY; THEODORE L. THOMAS; SYDNEY VAN SCYOC; JOSEPH WESLEY; ROBERT S. RICHARDSON))
Worlds of Tomorrow: January, Jan. 1965
NY, Galaxy. 1965. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 2, No. 5. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Schelling. Includes "Day of the Great Shout" (short novel; 1st in Riverworld series) by Philip Jose Farmer; "Retreat Syndrome" (novelette) by Philip K. Dick; "The Pani Planet" (novelette) by R. A. Lafferty; "Manfire" (novelette) by Theodore L. Thomas; "The Dead Ones" by Sydney J. van Scyoc. Science Features: "Field Weapons Tomorrow" by Joseph Wesley; "Stella and the Moon of Mars" by Robert S. Richardson. Departments: "Editorial"; "Coming.Tomorrow!" Interior illustrations by Finlay, Morrow, Nodel, and Gaughan. Tanning; creasing; minor edge bumps and nicks. Very Good.
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 WORLDS OF TOMORROW (SAMUEL R. DELANY; KEITH LAUMER; RICHARD C. MEREDITH; KENNETH BULMER; SAM MOSKOWITZ), Worlds of Tomorrow: February, Feb. 1967
WORLDS OF TOMORROW (SAMUEL R. DELANY; KEITH LAUMER; RICHARD C. MEREDITH; KENNETH BULMER; SAM MOSKOWITZ)
Worlds of Tomorrow: February, Feb. 1967
NY, Galaxy. 1967. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 4, No. 3. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Gray Morrow for "The Planet Wreckers" (novelette) by Keith Laumer. Includes "The Star-Pit" (novelette) by Samuel R. Delany; "The Fifth Columbiad" (novelette) by Richard C. Meredith; "Station HR972" by Kenneth Bulmer. Articles: "Sun Grazers" by Robert S. Richardson; "The Shape of Shapes to Come" by Robert Bartlett Riley. Feature: "About 2001" by David A. Kyle. Departments: "Editorial: The Dyson Worlds" by Frederick Pohl; "The Psychiatric Syndrome in Science Fiction" by Sam Moskowitz. Illustrated by Gaughan, Morrow, and Castellon. Tanning; edge and corner wear; minor stain; minor rack dents to rear. Very Good+.
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 WORLDS OF TOMORROW (A. E. VAN VOGT; PERRY VREELAND; JOSEPH P. MARTINO; C. C. MACAPP; PHILIP K. DICK; KEITH ROBERTS; ROBERT M. W. DIXON; SAM MOSKOWITZ), Worlds of Tomorrow: May 1966
WORLDS OF TOMORROW (A. E. VAN VOGT; PERRY VREELAND; JOSEPH P. MARTINO; C. C. MACAPP; PHILIP K. DICK; KEITH ROBERTS; ROBERT M. W. DIXON; SAM MOSKOWITZ)
Worlds of Tomorrow: May 1966
NY, Galaxy. 1966. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 3, No. 7. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Morrow for "The Worlds That Were" by Keith Roberts. Includes "The Ultra Man" (novelette) by A. E. van Vogt; "Spy Rampant on Brown Shield" (novelette) by Perry Vreeland; "Delivery Tube" (novelette) by Joseph P. Martino; "Trees Like Torches" (novelette) by C. C. MacApp; "Holy Quarrel" (novelette) by Philip K. Dick. Feature: "Alien Arithmetic" by Robert M. W. Dixon. Departments: "Editorial: When to Move"; "The Willy Ley Story" by Sam Moskowitz. Illustrated by Lutjens, Morrow, Gaughan, and Adkins. Tanning; 1.5" tear at upper front hinge; creasing; small corner losses and creasing to two pages. Very Good-.
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 WORLDS OF TOMORROW (LARRY NIVEN; BRIAN W. ALDISS; LLOYD BIGGLE, JR.; RON GOULART; JOSEPH WESLEY; R. S. RICHARDSON), Worlds of Tomorrow: March, Mar. 1965 ("World of Ptavvs")
WORLDS OF TOMORROW (LARRY NIVEN; BRIAN W. ALDISS; LLOYD BIGGLE, JR.; RON GOULART; JOSEPH WESLEY; R. S. RICHARDSON)
Worlds of Tomorrow: March, Mar. 1965 ("World of Ptavvs")
NY, Galaxy. 1965. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 2, No. 6. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Schelling. Includes "World of Ptavvs" (novel) by Larry Niven; "Scarfe's World" (novelette) by Brian Aldiss; "Pariah Planet" (novelette) by Lloyd Biggle, Jr.; "By Way of Mars" by Ron Goulart. Special Features: "Undersea Weapons Tomorrow" by Joseph Wesley; "Phobos: Moon or Artifact?" by R. S. Richardson. Departments: "Editorial"; "Coming.Today!" Interior illustrations by Guaghan, Morrow, and Giunta. Stress cracks; staples poke through covers; tanning. Good+ to Very Good-.
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 WORLDS OF TOMORROW (PHILIP K. DICK; MACK REYNOLDS; KEITH LAUMER;L THOMAS M. DISCH; MICHAEL GIRSDANSKY; SAM MOSKOWITZ ON VIRGIL FINLAY), Worlds of Tomorrow: November, Nov. 1965 "Projct Plowshare", Vt "the Zap Gun")
WORLDS OF TOMORROW (PHILIP K. DICK; MACK REYNOLDS; KEITH LAUMER;L THOMAS M. DISCH; MICHAEL GIRSDANSKY; SAM MOSKOWITZ ON VIRGIL FINLAY)
Worlds of Tomorrow: November, Nov. 1965 "Projct Plowshare", Vt "the Zap Gun")
NY, Galaxy. 1965. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 3, No. 4. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover by Finlay. Includes "Project Plowshare" (pt. 1 of 2) by Philip K. Dick; "Last of a Noble Breed" (novelette) by Mack Reynolds; "Worldmaster" (novelette) by Keith Laumer; "The Sightseers" by Thomas M. Disch. Science Feature: "Me, Myself and Us" by Michael Girsdansky. Departments: "Editorial" by Frederik Pohl; "Virgil Finlay" by Sam Moskowitz; "Coming.Tomorrow". Interior illustrations by Morrow, Nodel, Giunta, and others. Tanned; minor etars, bumps and dings; some soiling. Very Good-.
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