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 ADVENTURE (NARD JONES; GORDON MACCREAGH; ROBERT H. WALL, JR.; DOUGLAS H. FOX; JIM KJELGAARD; JOHN HETHERINGTON; GEORGE C. THOMPSON; HENRY JOHN COLYTON; NICK BODDIE WILLIAMS; NAT MCKELVEY), Adventure: July 1946
ADVENTURE (NARD JONES; GORDON MACCREAGH; ROBERT H. WALL, JR.; DOUGLAS H. FOX; JIM KJELGAARD; JOHN HETHERINGTON; GEORGE C. THOMPSON; HENRY JOHN COLYTON; NICK BODDIE WILLIAMS; NAT MCKELVEY)
Adventure: July 1946
NY, Popular Publications. 1946. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 115, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Kenneth S. White. Cover art by Peter Stevens for "Sword Island" (pt. 1 of 4) by Henry John Colyton. Includes "Comcomly and the King George Woman" (novelette) by Nard Jones; "Job Across Jordan" (novelette) by Gordon MacCreagh; "Don't be Bitter" by Robert H. Wall, Jr.; "Dames Dress Different" by Douglas H. Fox; "Staff of Life" by Jim Kjelgaard; "Dingo" by John Hetherington; "Snafu on Bogg Island" by George C. Thompson; "White Javelin" (conclusion) by Nick Boddie Williams. Fact Story: "The Camels Aren't Coming" by Nat McKelvey. Departments: "The Camp-Fire"; "Ask Adventure"; "Ask Adventure Experts"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead". Illustrated by L. Sterne Stevens, John Meola, Nick Eggenhofer, Earl Eugene Mayan, Frank Kramer, Pete Kuhlhoff, Hamilton Greenne, John McCormack, George Wert, and Joe Campbell Farren. Damp issues and mild stains; spine partially re-glued; some scars and coshesion issues from damp; tears at spine ends; creasing. Solid copy, suitable for reading. Good-.
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 AKERS, ALAN BURT (KENNETH BULMER), The Suns of Scorpio: Dray Prescot #2
AKERS, ALAN BURT (KENNETH BULMER)
The Suns of Scorpio: Dray Prescot #2
NY, DAW. 1973, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Ill.: Kirk, Tim. 1st printing, April 1973; DAW No. 49. Cover art by Tim Kirk. Paperback original. Sticker pull; store stamp inside front cover; tanning; creasing. Good to Very Good-.
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 AKERS, ALAN BURT (KENNETH BULMER), The Suns of Scorpio: Dray Prescot #2
AKERS, ALAN BURT (KENNETH BULMER)
The Suns of Scorpio: Dray Prescot #2
NY, DAW. 1973, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Ill.: Kirk, Tim. 1st printing, April 1973; DAW No. 49. Cover art by Tim Kirk. Paperback original. Creasing; edgewear; two store stamps inside cover, one inked out; stamp on top end, mark on lower end. Good to Very Good-.
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 AKERS, ALAN BURT (KENNETH BULMER), Warrior of Scorpio: Dray Prescot #3
AKERS, ALAN BURT (KENNETH BULMER)
Warrior of Scorpio: Dray Prescot #3
NY, DAW. 1973, First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. 1st printing, Aug. 1973; No. 63. Cover art by Tim Kirk. Paperback original. Creasing; short tear at upper rear hinge; number stamps on both ends; edge nicks; label residue on cover; edgewear. Good.
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 ALDISS, BRIAN W., Starship
ALDISS, BRIAN W.
Starship
NY, Avon. 1972. Mass Market Paperback. 2nd printing, Feb. 1972; #V2321. Cover art is uncredited. Rubbed; creasing; lean; owner's marks and small star stamp on first page. Very Good-.
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0440935741 ALEXANDER, LLOYD, The High King #5
ALEXANDER, LLOYD
The High King #5
NY, Dell. 1981. (ISBN: 0440935741). Mass Market Paperback. 19th printing, undated. Creasing; tanning; rear cover chipped. Very Good-.
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ALLEN, WOODY
Getting Even
NY, Warner. 1974. (ISBN: 0446659452). Mass Market Paperback. 5th printing, Sept. 1974. Very Good+.
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 AMAZING (J. T. MCINTOSH; HOWARD L. MEYERS; ALLEN RIVERS; BOB SHAW; STANTON A. COBLENTZ; GREG BENFORD & DAVID BOOK), Amazing Stories: January, Jan. 1971 ("One Million Tomorrows")
AMAZING (J. T. MCINTOSH; HOWARD L. MEYERS; ALLEN RIVERS; BOB SHAW; STANTON A. COBLENTZ; GREG BENFORD & DAVID BOOK)
Amazing Stories: January, Jan. 1971 ("One Million Tomorrows")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1971. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 44, No. 5. Edited by ted White. Cover art by Jeff Jones. Includes "Almost Human" (novelet) by J. T. McIntosh; "Soul Affrighted" by Howard L. Meyers; "The Volunteer" by Allen Rivers; "One Million Tomorrows" (pt. 2 of 2) by Bob Shaw; "The Sun Doom" (reprint) by Stanton A. Coblentz; "The Science in Science Fiction: The Road to Hal" by Gregory Benford & David Book. Illustrated by Jeff Jones and Mike Hinge. Rubbing; creasing; minor tears; all illustrations have been inked in with red ink and bleed through; minor spine scars. Solid reading copy. 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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 AMAZING (S. M. TENNESHAW; PAUL W. FAIRMAN; BARRY CORD; WALTER M. MILLER, JR.; ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT ARNETTE), Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1951
AMAZING (S. M. TENNESHAW; PAUL W. FAIRMAN; BARRY CORD; WALTER M. MILLER, JR.; ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT ARNETTE)
Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1951
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1951. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 25, No. 11. Pulp magazine. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover art by Ed Swiatek & Julian Krupa for "Beyond the Walls of Space" (short novel) by S. M. Tenneshaw (house pseud. unattributed). Includes "Proud Asteroid" by Paul W. Fairman; "The Pyramids from Space" (short novel) by Barry Cord; "The Space Witch" (novelette) by Walter M. Miller, Jr.; "Step Out of Your Body, Please" by Rog Phillips (Roger P. Graham); "A Matter of Stupidity" by Robert Arnette. Features: "The Observatory"; "Flaherty's Lucky Day" by E. Bruce Yaches; "That's Right - You're Wrong" by Frank Cain; "Death rays from Space" by Jon Barry; "A Voice on trhe Wire!" by Walt Crain; "Dig Out the Dead!" by Dale Lord; "Electron Killer" by L. A. Burt; "He Confounds the Experts!" by June Lurie; "Library in a Hurry!" by Leo Lewin; "No Gun for Junior" by Tom Lynch; "Nature Knows the Answers!" by Glenn Otis; "The Club House" by Rog Phillips; "Trade in Your Old Liver!" by Salem Lane; "The Reader's Forum"; "Science Fiction Bookcase" by Sam Merwin; "What One Man Knows." by Ralph Cox; "The Universe at Work" by John Weston. Illustrated by Dean Bershad, Tom Beecham, H. W. Kiemle, Ed Valigursky, Henry Sharp, and Frank Navarro. Covers nearly loose; chips, tears, losses, tanning. Essentially a reading copy. Fair to Good-.
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 ANALOG (SCOTT W. SCHUMACK; M. MAX MAXWELL; EDWARD RAGER; LAURENCE M. JANIFER; GEORGE R. R. MARTIN; GORDON R. DICKSON), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: September, Sept. 1973
ANALOG (SCOTT W. SCHUMACK; M. MAX MAXWELL; EDWARD RAGER; LAURENCE M. JANIFER; GEORGE R. R. MARTIN; GORDON R. DICKSON)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: September, Sept. 1973
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1973. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCII, No. 1. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover art by Gaughan for "Persephone and Hades" by Scott W. Schumack. Includes "The Far Call" (pt. 2 of 3) by Gordon R. Dickson; "Prisoner 794" by Max Maxwell; "Crying Willow" by Edward Rager; "Martyr" by Laurence M. Janifer; "Override" (novelette) by George R. R. Martin. Science Fact: "The case for the Hydrogen-Oxygen Car" by William J. D. Escher. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's page: The Hidenburg Society" by Ben Bova; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks"; "In Times to Come". Illustrated by Jack Gaughan, Leo Summers, John Schoenherr, and Kelly Freas. Rubbing, heavy in areas. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (ALFRED BESTER; WILLIAM WALLING; BOB BUCKLEY; ALEX AND PHYLLIS EISENSTEIN; MIKE GILBERT; RICHARD C. HOAGLAND; THOMAS A. EASTON), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: December, Dec. 1974 ("the Indian Giver")
ANALOG (ALFRED BESTER; WILLIAM WALLING; BOB BUCKLEY; ALEX AND PHYLLIS EISENSTEIN; MIKE GILBERT; RICHARD C. HOAGLAND; THOMAS A. EASTON)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: December, Dec. 1974 ("the Indian Giver")
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1974. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCIV, No. 4. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover art by Mike Gilbert for his special Mars feature. Includes "Nix Olympica" by William Walling; "Encounter Below Tharsis" by Bob Buckley; "The Weather on Mars" by the Alex & Phyllis Eisenstein; "The Indian Giver" (pt 2 of 3) by Alfred Bester. Special Feature: "On Mars with Mike Gilbert". Science Fact: "Why We Won't Fine Life on Mars" by Richard C. Hoagland; "The Biopump Solution" by Thomas A. Easton. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's page: Destination Mars"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks"; "In Times to Come". Illustrated by Kelly Freas, Mike Gilbert, and Jack Gaughan. Front cover edges have been bug nibbled. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (STANLEY SCHMIDT; HARRY HARRISON; VERGE FORAY; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; KEITH LAUMER; JACK WODHAMS), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: July 1969
ANALOG (STANLEY SCHMIDT; HARRY HARRISON; VERGE FORAY; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; KEITH LAUMER; JACK WODHAMS)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: July 1969
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1969. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXIII, No. 5. Edited by John W. Campbell. Cover art by Freas for ".And Comfort to the Enemy." (novelette) by Stanley Schmidt. Includes "The Man from R.O.B.O.T." (novelette) by Harrison; "The Mind-Changer" (short novel) by Verge Foray; "The Great Intellect Boom" by Christopher Anvil; "The Choice" by Keith Laumer; "The Empty Balloon" by Jack Wodhams. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: The Lynch-mob Philosophy"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Kelly Freas, Peter Skirka, and Leo Summers. Creasing; rubbing; short tears; minor rear cover scar. Good.
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 ANALOG (CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; VERGE FORAY; HANK DAVIS; ROBERT CHILSON; POUL ANDERSON), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: June 1968 ("Satan's World")
ANALOG (CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; VERGE FORAY; HANK DAVIS; ROBERT CHILSON; POUL ANDERSON)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: June 1968 ("Satan's World")
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1968. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXI, No. 4. Edited by John W. Campbell. Cover art by Freas for "The Royal Road" (short novel) by Christopher Anvil. Includes "Satan's World" (pt. 2 of 4) by Poul Anderson; "The Mind Reader" by Robert Chilson; "Duplex" (novelette) by Verge Foray; "No Shoulder to Cry On" by Hank Davis. Science Fact: "It's Right Over Your Nose!" by Ben Bova. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: Chemical Warfare"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Kelly Freas, and Leo Summers. Heavy rubbing; mild creasing. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (JAMES H. SCHMITZ; STANLEY SCHMIDT; JOE POYER; THEODORE LITWELL; JACK WODHAMS), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: December, Dec. 1968
ANALOG (JAMES H. SCHMITZ; STANLEY SCHMIDT; JOE POYER; THEODORE LITWELL; JACK WODHAMS)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: December, Dec. 1968
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1968. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXII, No. 4. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Freas for "The Custodians" (novelette) by James H. Schmitz. Includes "The Reluctant Ambassadors" (novelette) by Stanley Schmidt; "Pipeline" (novelette) by Joe Poyer; "A Learning Experience" by Theodore Litwell; "The Form Master" by Jack Wodhams. Science Fact: "Situation of Some Gravity" by Joseph F. Goodavage. Rerader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: Technological Status"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Kelly Freas and Leo Summers. Rubbing; minor edge tears; some creasing. Good to Very Good.
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 ANALOG (FREDERIK POHL; LARRY NIVEN; CHILD OF THE GODS; HOWARD L. MYERS; DONALD NOAKES; VERNON GLASSER; JOE GREEN), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: March, Mar. 1972
ANALOG (FREDERIK POHL; LARRY NIVEN; CHILD OF THE GODS; HOWARD L. MYERS; DONALD NOAKES; VERNON GLASSER; JOE GREEN)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: March, Mar. 1972
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1972. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXIX, No. 1. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover by Schoenherr for "The Gold at the Starbow's End" (novelette) by Frederik Pohl. Includes "Cloak of Anarchy" (novelette) by Larry Niven; "Child of the Gods" (novelette; Telzey series) by James H. Schmitz; "War in Our Time" by Howard L. Myers; "The Long Silence" by Donald Noakes; "BCL 362" by Vernon Glasser. Science Fact: "Skylab" (pt. 1 of 2) by Joselh Green. Illustrated by John Schoenherr, Vincent diFate, Jack Gaughan, Leo Summers, and Kelly Freas. Small piece out at upper front hinge; minor bug nibbles here and there. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (GORDON R. DICKSON; TED THOMAS; GUY MCCORD; LAWRENCE A. PERKINS; MURRAY YACO), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: January, Jan. 1969 ("Wolfling")
ANALOG (GORDON R. DICKSON; TED THOMAS; GUY MCCORD; LAWRENCE A. PERKINS; MURRAY YACO)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: January, Jan. 1969 ("Wolfling")
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1969. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXII, No. 5. Edited by John W. Campbell. Cover art by Freas for "Wolfling" (pt. 1 of 3) by Gordon R. Dickson. Includes "The Other Culture" (novelette) by Ted Thomas; "Krishna" (novelette) by Guy McCord; "The Hidden Ears" by Lawrence A. Perkins; "Classicism" by Murray Yaco. Science Fact: "On a Gold vesta" by Robert S. Richardson. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's page: Right Problem/Wrong Problem"; "The Analytical laboratory"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by PP. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Hinge creased; short lower front hinge tear; edgewear. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (LARRY NIVEN & STEVEN BARNES; JOSEPH H. DELANEY; MARK C. JARVIS; GEORGE W. HARPER; JAYGE CARR; CATHERINE & MICHAEL MCCOLLUM), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: October, Oct. 1982 ("the Descent of Anansi")
ANALOG (LARRY NIVEN & STEVEN BARNES; JOSEPH H. DELANEY; MARK C. JARVIS; GEORGE W. HARPER; JAYGE CARR; CATHERINE & MICHAEL MCCOLLUM)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: October, Oct. 1982 ("the Descent of Anansi")
NY, Davis Publications. 1982. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. CII, No. 11. Cover by Val Lakey/ Artifact for "The Descent of Anansi" (novel excerpt) by Larry Niven & Steven Barnes. Inlcudes "My Brother's Keeper" (novelette) by Joseph H. Delaney; "Collaboration" (novelette) by Mark C. Jarvis; "The Inner Five" (article) by George W. Harper; "Lungfish" by Jayge Carr; "Who Will Guard the Guardians?" by Catherine & Michael McCollum. Illustrated by Lakey/ Artifact, Richard Crist, Janet Aulisio, and H. R. Van Dongen. Partial label removal with scarring. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (STANLEY SCHMIDT; RAYMOND Z. GALLUN; SAM NICHOLSON; TOPI H. BARR; MACK REYNOLDS; AL RAGSDALE), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: December, Dec. 1977
ANALOG (STANLEY SCHMIDT; RAYMOND Z. GALLUN; SAM NICHOLSON; TOPI H. BARR; MACK REYNOLDS; AL RAGSDALE)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: December, Dec. 1977
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1977. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCVII, No. 12. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover art by Rick Sternbach. Includes "Dark Age" (novelette) by Stanley Schmidt; "Then and Now" (novelette) by Raymond Z. Gallun; "Now You See Her" by Sam Nicholson; "Antithiotimoline" by Topi H. Barr; "Of Future Fears" (conclusion) by Mack Reynolds. Science Fact: "Flying the Space Shuttle" by Al Ragsdale. Reader's Departments: "Guest Editorial: Experimentalism" by Richard Rosa; "In Times to Come"; "The Analog Calendar of Upcoming Events"; "Biolog: Stanley Schmidt"; "The Reference Library" by Lester del Rey; "Brass Tacks". Cover rubbed and smeared; minor soiling. No label, never was. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (SPIDER & JEANNE ROBINSON; JAMES GUNN; SAM NICHOLSON; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; C. L. GRANT; HENRY MELTON; HAYFORD PEIRCE), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: March, Mar. 1977
ANALOG (SPIDER & JEANNE ROBINSON; JAMES GUNN; SAM NICHOLSON; CHRISTOPHER ANVIL; C. L. GRANT; HENRY MELTON; HAYFORD PEIRCE)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: March, Mar. 1977
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1977. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCVII, No. 3. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover by Schoenherr for "Stardance" (novelette) by Spider and Jeanne Robinson. Includes "Child of the Sun" (novelette) by James Gunn; "A Rat of Any Psize" by Sam Nicholson; "The Golden Years" by Christopher Anvil; "The Shape of Plowshares" by C. L. Grant; "Three Coffins" by Henry Melton; "Children of Invention" by Hayford Peirce. Science Fact: "Mastering the Art of Space Cooking". Reader's Departments: "Guest Editorial: Where Are You, Socrates, Now That We Really Need You?" by Diana King; "Biolog: Spider Robinson"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by Lester del Rey; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by John Schoenherr, Doug Beekman, Janet Aulisio, George Schelling, Vincent Di Fate, and Kelly Freas. Rear cover and last couple of pages have been wet - a little wrinkling and a couple of tears at rear cover foredge which is rough. Good.
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 ANALOG (JAMES H. SCHMITZ; PETER E. ABRESCH; HARRY HARRISON; STANLEY SCHMIDT; MICHAEL CHANDLER), Analog Science Fiction / Science Fact: September, Sept. 1968
ANALOG (JAMES H. SCHMITZ; PETER E. ABRESCH; HARRY HARRISON; STANLEY SCHMIDT; MICHAEL CHANDLER)
Analog Science Fiction / Science Fact: September, Sept. 1968
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1968. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LXXXII, No. 1. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Schoenherr for "The Tuvela" (pt. 1 of 2) by James H. Schmitz. Includes "Hi Diddle Diddle" (short novel) by Peter E. Abresch; "The Powers of Observation" by Harry Harrison; "A Flash of Darkness" (1st story by this future editor of Analog) by Stanley Schmidt; "Parasike" by Michael Chandler. Science Fact: "Steamer Time?" by Wallace West. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: Rhyme for Americans"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller"; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by John Schoenherr and Leo Summers. Heavily rubbed. Good.
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 ANALOG (JERRY POURNELLE; JOSEPH GREEN; BARRY N. MALZBERG; WAYNE BARTON; HERBIE BRENNAN; STEPHEN NEMETH & WILLIAM WALLING; LARRY NIVEN), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: March, Mar. 1974
ANALOG (JERRY POURNELLE; JOSEPH GREEN; BARRY N. MALZBERG; WAYNE BARTON; HERBIE BRENNAN; STEPHEN NEMETH & WILLIAM WALLING; LARRY NIVEN)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: March, Mar. 1974
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1974. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCIII, No. 1. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover art by Freas for "High Justice" (novelette) by Jerry Pournelle. Includes "Earth, Air, Fire and Water" (pt. 2 of 3) by Stephen Nemeth & William Walling; "Walk Barefoot on the Grass" by Joseph Green; "Cosing the Deal" by Barry N. Malzberg; "Some Are Born to Sweet Delight" by Wayne Barton; "Fourth Reich" by Herbie Brennan. Science Fact: " Bigger Than Worlds" by Larry Niven. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: The Experts"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Kelly Freas, Leo Summers, Ames, Jack Gaughan, and Vincent Di Fate. Small scuffed area on cover; small stain on cover; rubbing; creasing with two short foredge tears. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (LISA TUTTLE & GEORGE R. R. MARTIN; FREDERICK D. GOTTFRIED; LEIGH KENNEDY; BEN BOVA; ISAAC ASIMOV), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: January, Jan. 1980
ANALOG (LISA TUTTLE & GEORGE R. R. MARTIN; FREDERICK D. GOTTFRIED; LEIGH KENNEDY; BEN BOVA; ISAAC ASIMOV)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: January, Jan. 1980
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1980. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. C, No. 1. 50th Anniversary issue. Edited by Stanley Schmidt. Cover by Paul Lehr for "One Wing" (pt. 1 of 2) by Lisa Tuttle & George R. R. Martin. Includes "Hermes to the Ages" (novelette) by Frederick D. Gottfried; "Detailed Silence" (novelette) by Leigh Kennedy; "Vision" by Ben Bova; "The Last Answer" by Isaac Asimov. Science Fact: "Carbon Dioxide and Climate" by John Gribbon. State of the Art: "The Anlaytical Laboratory, 1938-1976" by William Sims Bainbridge. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: Looking Backward and Forward"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analog Calendar of Upcoming Events": "The Alternate View" by Jerry Pournelle; "Biolog: Isaac Asimov"; 'The Reference Library" by Tom Easton; Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Paul Lehr, Ron Miller, Broeck Steadman, and Bob Shore.Heavy rubbing; creasing; tanning. Good.
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 ANALOG (DAVID DRAKE; STANLEY SCHMIDT; ROBERT CZERWONY; LORD ST. DAVIDS; GEORGE R. R. MARTIN), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: July 1977 ("After the Festival")
ANALOG (DAVID DRAKE; STANLEY SCHMIDT; ROBERT CZERWONY; LORD ST. DAVIDS; GEORGE R. R. MARTIN)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: July 1977 ("After the Festival")
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1977. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCVII, No. 7. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover art by Rick Sternbach for "Nation Without Walls" (novelette) by David Drake. Includes "Caeser Clark" (novelette) by Stanley Schmidt; "Prodigy" by Robert Czerwony; "Pure Gold" by Lord St. Davids; "After the Festival" (conclusion) by George R. R. Martin. Science Fact: "The Nuclear Controversy" by Edward Wood. Illustrated by Mike Hinge, George Schelling, Jack Gaughan, and Vincent Di Fate. Creasing; slight roll. Good to Very Good-.
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 ANALOG (ROBERT SILVERBERG; CARL SAGAN INTERVIEWED BY JOSEPH H. GOODAVAGE; ERIC VINICOFF & MARCIA MARTIN; BUD SPARHAWK; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER), Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: August, Aug. 1976
ANALOG (ROBERT SILVERBERG; CARL SAGAN INTERVIEWED BY JOSEPH H. GOODAVAGE; ERIC VINICOFF & MARCIA MARTIN; BUD SPARHAWK; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER)
Analog Science Fiction/ Science Fact: August, Aug. 1976
NY, Conde Nast Publications. 1976. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XCVI, No. 8. Edited by Ben Bova. Cover art by Schoenherr for "Shadrach in the Furnace" (pt. 1 of 3) by Robert Silverberg. Includes "Render Unto Caeser" by Eric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin; "The Tomkins Battery Case" by Bud Sparhawk; "The Far Traveller" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler. Science Fact: "An Interview with Carl Sagan" by Joseph F. Goodavage. Reader's Departments: "The Editor's Page: Genetic Politics"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "Probability Zero" by Hayford Pierce; "In Times to Come"; "The Reference Library" by Lester del Rey; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by John Schoenherr, Rick Sternbach, Doug Beekman, and Kelly Freas. Creasing; 2 or 3 short edge tears at rear cover foredge; lower foredge corner of rear cover off. Good to Very Good-.
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