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The Coupled Motions of Piano Strings [ARTICLE excised from  Scientific American, January 1979 - Vol. 240 No. 1]
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The Coupled Motions of Piano Strings [ARTICLE excised from Scientific American, January 1979 - Vol. 240 No. 1]

By Weinreich, Gabriel

Scientific American, 1979. An enlightening and provocative 10-page article about how a well-tuned piano is even more "out-of-tune" than we had ever thought! "Most of the notes on a piano are sounded by two or three strings. The strings are not tuned to the same frequency [!], a fact that contributes in unexpected ways to the tone of the instrument." CONDITION: These excised magazine pages are unmarked and uncreased, with negligible storage-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Loose Pages. Very Good. 8.5" x 11.5". Magazine Article .

$4.75

The Spectator - Vol. IV, No. 2 - February 13, 1967 [NEWSPAPER-FORMAT]
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The Spectator - Vol. IV, No. 2 - February 13, 1967 [NEWSPAPER-FORMAT]

By James Retherford (editor); Elvis Stahr (University President); Martin Agronsky; Will Inman; Jim Brody

Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University, 1967. NOTE: This is not an issue of the respected British magazine, but rather a provocative Indiana University weekly student newspaper - from the Viet Nam War era. CONTENTS: On Flagging the Course and Waving the Flag (challenging the University President's pro-war position); Some Reflections of Campus Controversy (Stahr); Politics of the University Budget; Agronsky on Viet Nam; Poets Who Cannot Spell (Inman); Avant-Garde Soviet Music (Brody). 20 pages. CONDITION: An age-tanned copy with moderate shelf-wear and a strong horizontal mid-page crease. A few pages are marked, but not obscuring any of the text material. This fascinating window on the Vietnam era (and on the 1960s arts avant-garde) is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Loose Folio (Newspaper Format). Good. Illus. by Cnthia Beishline (photographs). 11" x 15.5". Newspaper-Magazine.

$13.78

Dance in Ukraine and in the World [Tanets v Ukraine i Mire] 2014 No.1 (7) [JOURNAL]
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Dance in Ukraine and in the World [Tanets v Ukraine i Mire] 2014 No.1 (7) [JOURNAL]

By A. I. Chepalov (editor)

Kharkov, Ukraine: Dance Ukraine, 2014. An exciting issue of Ukraine's premier theatre-dance journal, with provocative articles about national and international dance events and information (***** text exclusively in Russian language *****). CONTENTS: articles on Lincoln Center, American Ballet Theatre, Isamu Noguchi, Spider-Man, Bob Fosse, Julie Taymor, Isadora Duncan, George Balanchine, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Merce Cunningham, Twyla Tharp, Leonid Farber, ZelyonkaFest, Black O!Range, Vincent Paterson, Alvin Ailey, Trisha Brown, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Alexandra Koltun, Diaghilev-Fest, Krzysztof Pastor, Richard Cameron-Wolfe, Maria Pasternakova. 52 pages. CONDITION: A bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased copy with minimal shelf-wear - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Inscribed w/o Signature. Bound Wraps. Near Fine. 8.25" x 11.5". Journal - Magazine.

$14.25

Dolly Dingle as Cinderella - March, 1927 [MAGAZINE PAGE with CUTOUT Costumes]
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Dolly Dingle as Cinderella - March, 1927 [MAGAZINE PAGE with CUTOUT Costumes]

By Drayton, Grace G. [G.G.]

New York: Pictorial Review, 1927. One of the delightful Dolly Dingle cut-out doll pages which appeared in the 1920s in the women's magazine " Pictorial Review" (1899-1939), the page including Dolly herself, a walking suit, day dress, Cinderella wig, costume, and bouquet. On the reverse is an array of Modele Parisien Patterns, titled "Last Minute Sketches from Paris". CONDITION: A bright, clean, unmarked sheet, with scant evidence of its near-century-old vintage, showing negligible shelf-wear and only a small, faint page-bottom wrinkle. This rare treasure is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Loose Sheet. Near Fine. Illus. by Grace G. Crayton. 10.5" x 14". Magazine Page.

$28.03

ARTlines - The Guide to Art, Artists, Events and Ideas -  August 1981 (Volume Two, Number Eight)
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ARTlines - The Guide to Art, Artists, Events and Ideas - August 1981 (Volume Two, Number Eight)

By Stephen M. Parks, Editor

Taos, New Mexico: ARTlines, Inc., 1981. An iconic newspaper-formatted magazine chronicling the once-unique-and-thriving art scene of northern New Mexico (particularly Taos), profusely illustrated with B&W photos of artworks and artists, and gallery exhibition ads. FEATURE ARTICLES: on R.C. Gorman, Bob Haozous, Neil Libbert, Lauren Wagner (Santa Fe Opera soprano), Lee Mullican, Native American Masks, Randy White, Lesley Brown, and more. 48 oversize pages. CONDITION: bright, unmarked copy with minimal shelf-wear, folded horizontally to 11.5" x 8.75". Over the past 35+ years, however, the horizontal fold shows some age-tanning and stiffness. This rare item is now nestled in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Unbound Newspaper Format. Very Good. 11.5" x 17.5". Newspaper-Magazine.

$9.50

The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America - No. 149 - Spring 2001 - Volume 34 Issue 4 [ SFWA Bulletin ]
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The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America - No. 149 - Spring 2001 - Volume 34 Issue 4 [ SFWA Bulletin ]

By Barry Malzberg, Harry Harrison, Mike Resnick, Peter J. Heck, Darrell Schweitzer, Laura Resnick, Walter Jon Williams, Paul Levinson, Michael Cassutt, Glenn Hauman, Steve Carper, Robert Metzger, Brenda Clough, A.C. Crispin, and Derryl Murphy, contributors

Independence, Missouri: SWFA, 2001. For sci-fi/fantasy enthusiasts, this magazine can provide a revelatory window into the genre and the views of its practitioners. SFWA publishes a quarterly magazine, the Bulletin. SFWA Members receive the Bulletin as part of their membership, but anyone can subscribe to it. The Bulletin carries nonfiction articles of general interest to writers, especially genre writers: Features, Departments, Columns, and Markets. CONTENTS: See accompanying scan image of the Table of Contents for article topics. 48 pages. CONDITION: a bright, solid, unmarked Very Good copy with light shelf-wear, some minor wrinkling, and an recipient's address label on the back. This attractive copy is now in a clear, protective poltpropylene bag with archival backing board. Stapled Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Thea Hardy (cover). 8.25" x 10.75". Newsletter/Bulletin.

$4.75

Adam Bedside Reader # 5 - Fifth Issue - Limited Edition - Volume 1 #5 - 1960
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Adam Bedside Reader # 5 - Fifth Issue - Limited Edition - Volume 1 #5 - 1960

By Mike Dawson, George Antonich, Kieth Kirkbride, Bob Tupper, C.C. MacApp, Connie Sellers, Richard E. Geis, Charles Dennis, George H. Smith, Michael Weldon, Gene Harvey, Ort Lewis, James Bellaugh, Ron Richards, Jay Edmond, Richard Armour, Richard L. Sargent

Los Angeles, California: Knight Publishing Corp., 1960. A bawdy, provocative cornucopia of stories and articles for men. CONTENTS: (see accompanying scan image of the Table of Contents). 100 pages, with Margie Davis, cover model. **Additional authors: E. Jerome Poins, Hal Jithson, Oscar Wright, and Lee Jacquin. CONDITION: a bright, solid, unmarked, uncreased copy with moderate shelf-wear (spine-end scuffs), and a bit of spine-slant. This handsome, collectible copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: multiple magazine orders, depending on weight, may qualify for a generous shipping charge reduction.. Stapled Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Ron Vogel (cover photos). 8.5" x 11". Magazine.

$15.91

Famous Western - June 1956 - Volume 17 Number 3
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Famous Western - June 1956 - Volume 17 Number 3

By Pidge Short, Elton Webster, Lauran Paine, A. A. Baker, George Hudson Smith, and Lee Floren, Contributors

Holyoke, Massachussetts: Columbia Publications Inc., 1956. Another outstanding vintage collection of western stories. CONTENTS: The Overland Death (Short), Trigger Treachery (Webster), For Vengeance Alone (Paine), Digger John and the Sons (Baker), Marshal and Target (Smith), Bullets Bury the Past (Floren). 100 pages. CONDITION: a solid, square, unmarked, uncreased copy with substantial cover-wear (small chips, short edge-tears, a damp-stain, a bit of crinkling adjacent to the spine), its interior compromised only by a very slight age-tanning. This quite respectable, collectible copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Soft Cover. Good. 6.5" x 9.25". Magazine.

$13.06

The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America - No. 147 - Fall 2000 - Volume 34 Issue 2 [ SFWA Bulletin ]
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The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America - No. 147 - Fall 2000 - Volume 34 Issue 2 [ SFWA Bulletin ]

By Mike Resnick, Barry Malzberg, Catherine Asaro, A.C. Crispin, Tom Easton, Paul Levinson, Philippe Coriat, Michael Cassutt, Steve Carper, Glenn Hauman, Robert Metzger, Brenda Clough, Edo van Belkom, and Randy Dannenfelser, contributors

Independence, Missouri: SFWA, 2000. For sci-fi/fantasy enthusiasts, this magazine can provide a revelatory window into the genre and the views of its practitioners. SFWA publishes a quarterly magazine, the Bulletin. SFWA Members receive the Bulletin as part of their membership, but anyone can subscribe to it. The Bulletin carries nonfiction articles of general interest to writers, especially genre writers: Features, Departments, Columns, and Markets. CONTENTS: See accompanying scan image of the Table of Contents for article topics. 40 pages. CONDITION: a bright, solid, unmarked Very Good copy with minimal shelf-wear, a recipient's address label on the back cover, compromised only by a straight vertical crease down the center of the magazine. This remains a quiet attractive copy - now in a clear, protective poltpropylene bag with archival backing board.. Stapled Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Philippe Coriat (cover). 8.25" x 10.75". Newsletter/Bulletin.

$4.75

Universe Science Fiction - December 1953 (Volume 1 Number 3) [MAGAZINE]
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Universe Science Fiction - December 1953 (Volume 1 Number 3) [MAGAZINE]

By L. Sprague de Camp, Isaac Asimov, Gene L. Henderson, George H. Smith, Poul Anderson & Gordon R. Dickson, Holly Wolcott, F.L. Wallace, William T. Powers, and Eando Binder, contributors

Chicago, Illinois USA: Palmer Publications, 1953. A solid Very Good Plus copy of Issue #3 of this excellent vintage '50s science fiction digest. CONTENTS: The Hungry Hercynian (de Camp), Everest (Asimov), Not in the Books (Henderson), The Savages (Smith), The Adventure of the Misplaced Hound (Anderson/Dickson), Mr. Peavey's Tiger (Wolcott), The Seasoned Traveller (Wallace), Nightsong (Powers), On Mars We Trod (Binder). 130 pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased, possibly unread copy with minimal shelf-wear and a pristine interior, compromised by a slightly cocked spine (and page-block plus a vertical area of age-speckling along the left edge of the back cover (visible in the accompanying scan image). This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: A higher resolution scan of the covers will gladly be supplied on request. This small item will be shipped with a complimentary upgrade to trackable First Class on domestic (US) orders. . Soft Cover. Very Good Plus. Illus. by Mel Hunter & Malcolm H. Smith (cover art). 5.25" x 7.5". Digest-Size Magazine.

$9.50

IF Science Fiction - February 1959 - Vol. 9 No. 2
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IF Science Fiction - February 1959 - Vol. 9 No. 2

By Fritz Leiber, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Theodore L. Thomas, Algis Budrys, Richard McKenna, George H. Smith, Rosel George Brown, Margaret St. Clair, David R. Bunch, Bernard Wall, Cordwainer Smith, Damon Knight (Editor), contributors

Buffalo, New York: Quinn Publishing Co., Inc., 1959. A fascinating vintage SF digest from over a half-century ago. CONTENTS: The Dream (Leiber), The Wind People (Bradley), The Good Work (Thomas), The Man Who Tasted Ashes (Budrys), Love and Moondogs (McKenna), The Last Days of L.A. (G.H. Smith), Virgin Ground (Brown), Discipline (St. Clair), In the Jag-Whiffing Service (Bunch), Star of Rebirth (Wall), No No Not Rogov! (C. Smith). 120 pages. CONDITION: a bright, solid copy with moderate shelf-wear, unmarked but for a tiny number stamp on the page-block top edge, with a light crease in the upper right corner of the front cover and another adjacent to the front spine edge. This attractive copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: A higher resolution scan of the cover will gladly be supplied on request. This small item will be shipped with a complimentary upgrade to trackable First Class on domestic (US) orders. . Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Kelly Freas (cover). 5.25" x 7.5". Digest-Size Magazine.

$6.18

Future Science Fiction - No. 11
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Future Science Fiction - No. 11

By Isaac Asimov, Theodore L. Thomas, Brian W. Aldiss, Tom W. Harris, Richard Hardwick, George H. Smith, Calvin M. Knox, and Robert A.W. Lowndes, contributors

London: Strato Publications Ltd., 1958. A fascinating vintage SF digest from over a half-century ago. CONTENTS: Point of View: the Moon (article, Asimov), New Model Spaceman (novelet, Thomas), Safety Valve (Aldiss), Baby (Harris), Anack (Hardwick), The Outcasts (Smith); plus features. 132 pages. CONDITION: a bright, solid, square, unmarked copy with moderate shelf-wear, compromised only by a bit of age-tanning to its pages and a couple front cover corner creases. This attractive, collectible copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: A higher resolution scan of the cover will gladly be supplied on request. This small item will be shipped with a complimentary upgrade to trackable First Class on domestic (US) orders. . Soft Cover. Very Good. 5.25" x 7.5". Digest-Size Magazine.

$15.91

Famous Detective Stories - October 1955 - Volume 15 Number 3
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Famous Detective Stories - October 1955 - Volume 15 Number 3

By Sam Merwin Jr., George Hudson Smith, William Hopson, George H. Dammann, B. W. Scott, Eugene Pawley, Zachary Strong, Dennis Wiegand, Al C. McGarry, Mat Rand, and Tom Thursday, Contributors

Holyoke, Massachussetts: Columbia Publications Inc., 1955. Another outstanding vintage collection of detective stories. CONTENTS: It's On Your Head! (Merwin), The Adventure of the Wrong Time (Smith), Starbrite (Hopson), The Great Lucifer (Dammann), The Wicked Flee (Scott), Cancelled in Red (Pawley), The Squarest Guy (Strong), One for the Birds (Wiegand), Yellow (McGarry), Doubled for Death (Rand), Annals of Crime (Thursday). 100 pages. CONDITION: a solid, square, unmarked copy, with significant shelf-wear (edge-chips on covers and last few pages, some surface rubbing, and two tears which have been discreetly repaired with near-invisible archival tape), its interior compromised only by a very slight age-tanning. This quite respectable, collectible copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Soft Cover. Good. 6.5" x 9.25". Magazine.

$27.31

The Original Science Fiction Stories - July 1959 - Volume 10 Number 3 [MAGAZINE]
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The Original Science Fiction Stories - July 1959 - Volume 10 Number 3 [MAGAZINE]

By Bill Wesley, Robert Silverberg, George H. Smith, Allen Wilder, Donald Franson, J. Martin Graetz, Walter Liebscher, and Robert A.W. Lowndes, contributors

Holyoke, Massachussetts: Columbia Publications Inc., 1959. An excellent vintage '50s science fiction digest. CONTENTS: Beyond the Snake Planet (novelet; Wesley), Heap Big Medicine (novelet; Silverberg), The Bare Facts (Smith), Night of the Robots (Wilder), Twist of the Century (Franson), Building Nine (Graetz), Alien Cornucopia (Liebscher); The Last Word & The Reckoning; Something Happens (editorial; Lowndes); Readers' Preference Coupons. 132 pages. CONDITION: a bright, solid, square, uncreased copy with moderate shelf-wear, unmarked but for a store stamp on the cover, compromised by a scuffed/chipped upper-right corner and a tiny chip at the spine bottom. This remains a quite respectable copy - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: A higher resolution scan of the covers will gladly be supplied on request. This small item will be shipped with a complimentary upgrade to trackable First Class on domestic (US) orders.. Soft Cover. Very Good (overall). 5.25" x 7.5". Digest-Size Magazine.

$3.33

Bare ["Exposes Others Fear to Print!"] - 1959 - Vol. 1 No. 2 [VINTAGE MEN'S MAGAZINE]
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Bare ["Exposes Others Fear to Print!"] - 1959 - Vol. 1 No. 2 [VINTAGE MEN'S MAGAZINE]

By Raymond Street, George H. Smith, and Wesley Corona, contributors

Los Angeles, California: Art Enterprises, Inc., 1959. Vintage men's entertainment from a half-century ago. CONTENTS: [fiction] A Present for Fred (George H. Smith); [articles] Stage Movie Rackets Are Growing! (Raymond Street), Confessions of a House Detective! (Wesley Corona), The High Cost of Dying! (unscrupulous undertakers); [art and pictorial] Mirror Mirror Should I Fall?, Should a Mistress Work?, Wash Your Troubles Away, Bare Buffaws, The Eyes Have It; with jokes and cartoons. 44 pages. MODELS: Karen Klause, Sharon Lee. CONDITION: a bright, solid, unmarked copy with moderate shelf-wear and a couple cover corner creases, its centerfold loos from the staples. This attractive, collectible copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: multiple magazine orders, depending on weight, may qualify for a generous shipping charge reduction.. Stapled Wraps. Very Good. 8.5" x 10.75". Magazine.

$13.78

Taboo ["Revealing the Forbidden"] - Volume 1 Number 1 [MAGAZINE]
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Taboo ["Revealing the Forbidden"] - Volume 1 Number 1 [MAGAZINE]

By George H. Smith, Arla Cummings, Ort Louis, John Quinn

Los Angeles: Art Enterprises, Inc. [Parliament], 1961. Exceedingly scarce vintage men's entertainment from a half-century ago (undated - likely early 1960s). CONTENTS: (see scan of the Table of Contents) - with jokes, cartoons, and story illustrations. 72 pages. MODELS: Paula Cummings, Joann, Victoria Layton, Mary Ann Arros, and others unattributed. CONDITION: a solid, unmarked copy with moderate edge- and corner-wear, scuffed along the spine, with a few small corner creases and chips. This remains an attractive, highly collectible copy - now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: multiple magazine orders, depending on weight, may qualify for a generous shipping charge reduction.. Stapled Wraps. Very Good. 8.5" x 11". Magazine.

$30.88

Analog - Science Fiction Science Fact - September 1972 - Vol. XC [ 90 ] No. 1
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Analog - Science Fiction Science Fact - September 1972 - Vol. XC [ 90 ] No. 1

By James H. Schmitz, Christopher Anvil, John Strausbaugh, Clancy O'Brien [pseud. George H. Smith], Rick Conley, Gordon R. Dickson, L. Sprague De Camp, Dr. Richard J. Rosa, P. Schuyler Miller, Ben Bova (Editor), Contributors

New York: Conde Nast Publications, 1972. A fascinating vintage SF digest from over 40 years ago. CONTENTS: The Symbiotes (Schmitz), Ideological Defeat (Anvil), The Hated Dreams (Strausbaugh), Generation Gaps (O'Brien/Smith), The War of the Words (Conley), The Pritcher Mass (Part 2 of 3; Dickson), The Iron Pillar of Delhi (de Camp), How to Design a Flying Saucer (Rosa); features. 180 pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, square, unmarked, uncreased copy with negligible shelf-wear (just a miniscule chip/split at the top of the spine). This handsome copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: A higher resolution scan of the cover will gladly be supplied on request. This small item will be shipped with a complimentary upgrade to trackable First Class on domestic (US) orders. . Paperback. Fine. Illus. by Kelly Freas (cover). 5" x 7.5". Digest-Size Magazine.

$4.75

NHK Piano Journal - October 1979, March 1980 [TEXT IN JAPANESE]
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NHK Piano Journal - October 1979, March 1980 [TEXT IN JAPANESE]

By D. Buxtehude, J. C. Fischer, M. Clementi, W. A. Mozart, R. Schumann, Anton von Webern, F. Schubert, Anton Bruckner, J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, L.V. Beethoven, Frederic Chopin, Felix Mendelssohn, P. Tchaikovsky, E. Grieg, A. Khachaturian, Dmitri Kabalevsky

Japan Broadcasting Corporation, 1979. With apologies for not understanding Japanese - and therefore not being able to describe this double-issue journal accurately, I can only advise that it is full of intermediate-level piano works - by the above-listed composers as well as many Japanese composers (whose names are not transliterated). 76 pages, with a few advertisements. CONDITION: a bright, solid copy with moderate shelf-wear, a few of the pieces having pencilled annotations (measure numbers, fingerings, etc.) This attractive copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board.. Stapled Wraps. Very Good. 8.75" x 11.75". Journal - Magazine.

$15.91

Future Science Fiction - Number 36 - April 1958 [MAGAZINE]
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Future Science Fiction - Number 36 - April 1958 [MAGAZINE]

By Mark Hellington, Don Berry, Robert Silverberg, Eric Frank Russell, Earl Goodale, George H. Smith, Ron Smith, and Robert A.W. Lowndes (editor)

Holyoke, Massachussetts: Columbia Publications, Inc., 1958. A handsome copy of this Golden Age science fiction digest, with awe-inspiring cover art by Emsh. CONTENTS: The Silver Cube (novelet; Hellington), Problem in Ecology (novelet; Berry), The Woman You Wanted (Silverberg), The Case for Earth (Russell), The Zoet Space (Goodale), The Night the TV Went Out (G. Smith), Just Evie and Me (R. Smith), plus several Features. 130 pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, square, unmarked copy with light shelf-wear and a vertical crease adjacent to the front spine edge, its pages showing a bit of age-tanning. This attractive, collectible copy is now in a clear, protective polypropylene bag with archival backing board. NOTE: A higher resolution scan of the cover will gladly be supplied on request. This small item will be shipped with a complimentary upgrade to trackable First Class on domestic (US) orders. . Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Emsh and Orban (cover art). 5.25" x 7.25". Digest-Size Paperback.

$7.13

The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America [ANNUAL NEBULA AWARDS ISSUE] - No. 146 - Summer 2000 - Volume 34 Issue 1 [ SFWA Bulletin ]
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The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America [ANNUAL NEBULA AWARDS ISSUE] - No. 146 - Summer 2000 - Volume 34 Issue 1 [ SFWA Bulletin ]

By Mike Resnick, Barry Malzberg, Brian W. Aldiss, Daniel Keyes, Michael Moorcock, Harry Harrison, Norman Spinrad, Robert Reed, Stephen Baxter, Eric S. Nylund, Ken Rand, Michael Armstrong, Paul Levinson, Michael Cassutt, and Steven Carper, contributors

Independence, Missouri: SFWA, 2000. For sci-fi/fantasy enthusiasts, this magazine can provide a revelatory window into the genre and the views of its practitioners. SFWA publishes a quarterly magazine, the Bulletin. SFWA Members receive the Bulletin as part of their membership, but anyone can subscribe to it. The Bulletin carries nonfiction articles of general interest to writers, especially genre writers: The Nebula Awards, Features, Humor, Departments, Columns, and Markets. CONTENTS: See accompanying scan image of the Table of Contents for article topics. 72 pages. CONDITION: a bright, tight, unmarked, uncreased Near Fine copy with minimal shelf-wear. This handsome, collectible copy is now in a clear, protective poltpropylene bag with archival backing board.. Stapled Wraps. Near Fine. Illus. by Dominic Harman (cover). 8.25" x 10.75". Newsletter/Bulletin.

$7.13

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