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    SCIENCE FANTASY: No. 4, Spring 1971 by Science Fantasy (William Tenn; Sam Merwin, Jr.; Stephen Marlowe; William P. McGivern; Chester S. Geir; H. B. Hickey; Paul W. Fairman; Dallas Ross)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1971. Interesting reprint magazine with features, artwork and stories from early issues of Amazing Stories. Includes "Medusa Was a Lady!" by William Tenn; "One Guitar" by Sam Merwin, Jr.; "You Take the High Road" by Stephen Marlowe; "There's No Way Out!" by William P. McGivern; "The Girl in the Golden Wig" by Chester S. Geir (sic); "Checkmate to Demos" by H. B. Hickey; "Witness for the Defense" by Paul W. Fairman; "He Knew All the Answers" by Dallas Ross. Illustrated by Virgil Finlay, Frank Navarro, and others. Creasing.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    GALAXY Science Fiction: January, Jan. 1953 ("Ring Around The Sun") by Galaxy (Philip K. Dick; Richard Wilson; James Causey; James McConnell; Margaret St. Clair; Clifford D. Simak; Willy Ley)

    NY: Galaxy, 1953. Vol. 5, No. 4. Edited by H.L. Gold. Cover art by Emsh for "The Defenders" (novelet) by Philip K. Dick. Includes "The Inhabited" (novelet) by Richard Wilson; "Teething Ring" by James Causey; "Life Sentence" by James McConnell; "Prott" by Margaret St. Clair; "Ring Around the Sun" (pt. 2) by Clifford D. Simak. Science Department: "For Your Information: The Ice Age (II)" by Willy Ley. Features: "The Editor's Page: Common Sense"; "Galaxy's Five Star Shelf" by Groff Conklin. Illustrated by Emsh, Dick Francis, Ashman, John Fay, and Don Sibley. Tanning; dust-soiled; a little bent from poor stacking; minor creasing.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good.


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    ISAAC ASIMOV'S Science Fiction: December, Dec. 21, 1981 by Asimov's (Isaac Asimov; J. O. Jeppson; Martin Gardner; Avram Davidson; Valdis Augstkalns; Lee Killough; F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; F. M. Busby; P. J. MacQuarrie; Brian Aldiss; Robert Silverberg)

    NY: Davis Publications, 1981. Vol. 5, No. 13. Edited by George H. Scithers. Cover art by Broeck Steadman for "The Time-Warp Trauma" by J. O. Jeppson. Includes "Editorial: What Writers Go Through" by Isaac Asimov; "The Gongs of Ganymede" by Martin Gardner; "Adventures in Unhistory: The Secret of Hyperborea" by Avram Davidson; "The Santa Clone Interview" by Valdis Augstkalns; "The Jarabon" by Lee Killough; "Improbable Bestiary: The Thing in the Jar" by F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; "Wrong Number" by F. M. Busby; "Packing Up" by P. J. MacQuarrie; "End Game" by Brian Aldiss; "The SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss; "A Thief in Ni-Moya" by Robert Silverberg. Illustrated by Tim Kirk, Jack Gaughan, Artifact, George Barr, Alex Schomburg, and Janet Aulisio.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+ to Near Fine.


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    UNKNOWN WORLDS OF SCIENCE FICTION!: No. 2, Mar. 1975 by Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction

    NY: Marvel Comics, 1975. Cover by Mike Kaluta for the classic "War Toy" story illustrated by George Perez. Magazine-sized. Very Fine.. Wraps.


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): April, Apr. 1967 by F&SF (Roger Zelazny; Julian F. Grow; Larry Eisenberg; Thomas M. Disch; Patrick Meadows; Brian W. Aldiss)

    NY: Mercury Press, 1967. Vol. 32, No. 2. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover by Gray Morrow for "Dawn" (novelet) by Roger Zelazny. Includes "The Sword of Pell the Idiot" (novelet) by Julian F. Grow; "The Two Lives of Ben Coulter" by Larry Eisenberg; "Problems of Creativeness" by Thomas M. Disch; "Virtue. 'Tis a Fugue!" by Patrick Meadows; "Randy's Syndrome" by Brian W. Aldiss. Features: "Cloud Seeding" by Ted Thomas; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "Science: A Matter of Scale" by Isaac Asimov; "F&SF Marketplace".. SingleIssueMagazine. Near Fine.


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    JUNGLE Stories: Summer 1948 by Jungle Stories (John Peter Drummond; Emmett McDowell; Lawton Ford; Bryce Walton)

    NY: Glen-Kel Pub., 1948. Vol. 4, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited [George Gross] for "Cromba Has a Thousand Spears" (novel; Ki-Gor series; covers mis-spells it as "Zomba") by John Peter Drummond. Includes "Pawns of the Whispering Drum" (novelet) by Emmett McDowell; "Ki-Gor, King of the Jungle" (novelet; reprints first Ki-Gor adventure) by John Peter Drummond; "Gorilla Ghost" (novelet) by Lawton Ford; "The Broken Idol" by Bryce Walton. Illustrated by Vestal. Upper and lower front hinge glue-mends; 2.5" tear at upper edge of front cover; stress; creasing; rear cover scratch.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good+ to Very Good-.


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    AMAZING Stories: February, Feb. 1968 ("Santaroga Barrier") by Amazing (Katherine MacLean; Walter Kateley; Rog Phillips; David Reid; Alfred Coppel; Frank Herbert; Leon E. Stover; Fritz Leiber; Brian W. Aldiss; Harry Harrison)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1968. Vol. 41, No. 6. Edited by Harry Harrison. Uncredited cover. Includes "The Trouble With You Earth People" (novelet) by Katherine MacLean; "Remote Control" (novelet; reprint) by Walter Kateley; "You'll Die Yesterday" (novelet; reprint) by Rog Phillips; "The Great Invasion of 1955" (reprint) by David Reid; "Turnover Point (reprint) by Alfred Coppel; "Santaroga Barrier" (conclusion) by Frank Herbert. New Features: "Science of Man - Neanderthals, Rickets and Modern Technology" by Leon E. Stover; "The Future in Books" by Fritz Leiber; "London Letter' by Brian W. Aldiss; "Amazing and the New Wave" (editorial) by Harry Harrison. Illustrated by Jeff Jones, Wesso, Julian S. Krupa, Gray Morrow, and others. Binding impressions to rear at foredge and spine edge; mild tanning.. Single Issue Magazine. Very Good+.


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    AMAZING Science Fiction: June 1973 ("Trullion - Alastor: 2262") by Amazing (Robert F. Young; William Rotsler; Betsy Curtis; Jack Vance)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1973. 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.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good-.


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    Popular Science Monthly Magazine, June 1957 (Vol. 170, No. 6) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding by Allaway, Howard (Editor)

    New York, New York: Popular Science Publishing. Very Good. 1957. First Edition: First Printing. Magazine. 011760: June 1957. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: What You Get in Foreign Economy Cars * How Did Your Car Get Its Name? * Those Deadly Highway Ghosts * Getting Your Car in Shape for a Trip * How To Take Care of a '57 Ford * History's Most Fateful Weather Forecast * Look What They're Doing to Batteries * Who Owns Outer Space? * New Missile Strikes Like Rattlesnake * New Life Rafts Defy Sea's Terrors * How to Buy a Room Air Conditioner * The Facts About Swimming Pools * Fastest Bomber Hooks a Ride * Air-Conditioned Walk Beats the heat * Paratrooper Takes Movies as He Falls * New Midsection 'Stretches' Tanker * Helicopter Tows 3,000-Ton Ship * Light Pours into 'Cogwheel' Library * Skyhooks Raise Roof on New Factory * How to Climb a Mountain from Inside * Success Without a College Degree * Bouncing Truth Across Iron Curtain * Gus Rescues a Rival Mechanic * Would Your Home Sell for a Profit? * Hi-Fi Is Better Than Live Music! * Five Ways to Curb a Driveway * Fix-It File: Venetian Blinds * Why TV Sets Produce Squawks * What to Do About a Dunked Outboard * The Saw That Cuts Its Starting Hole * The Right Way to Set a Fence Post * How I Made a Modern Boom Lamp * Well Water Air-Conditions Our Home.: B&W Photographs .


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    ASTOUNDING Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1950 ("The Hand of Zei") by Astounding (L. Sprague de Camp; Raymond F. Jones; Norman Menasco - aka Wyman Guin; Fritz Leiber; L. Ron Hubbard)

    NY: Street & Smith, 1950. Vol. XLVI, No. 2. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Cartier for "The Hand of Zei" (pt. 1 of 4) by L. Sprague de Camp. Includes "Discontinuity" (novelette) by Raymond F. Jones; "Trigger Tide" by Norman Menasco [Wyman Guinn]; "The Enchanted Forest" by Fritz Leiber. Article: "The Analytical Mind" (Dianetics series) by L. Ron Hubbard. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Flying Machine"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "Book Reviews"; "Brass Tacks". Illustrated by Cartier, Miller, and Orban. Minor tears, chips and creases.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good.


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    Life Magazine - December 13, 1937 by Life, Illustrated

    N . Y.: N . Y.: Time - Life Books, 1937, 1937. COVER PICTURE: villions of dollars & millions of men (train)-------The magazine has very light shelf wear with a spot of the covering missing to the edge.Owners name on the edge of the back cover.. Paper. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Illustrated. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Magazine.


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    The Arts. Number One by Shawe-Taylor, Desmond

    London: Lund Humphries & Co. Ltd., 1946. This is a good softcover copy with some wear. Signed by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, who contributed an article. Short tear to front cover edge, crease to lower corner of cover, spine chipped at bottom. Recently de-accessioned from a small college library, but bearing just two tiny, faint handstamps to the front cover, otherwise clean inside and out. No pocket. Articles by Herbert Read, Kenneth Clark, Edward Sackville-West, Hitchcock, Shawe-Taylor and Lawrence Gowing. Cover design by John Tunnard. Illustrated in black & white and color. 12" high X 9.5" wide, 83 pages. . Original Wraps. Good.


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    AMAZING Stories: November, Nov. 1947 by Amazing (Don Wilcox; Craig Browning; Rog Phillips; Lee Francis)

    NY: Ziff-Davis, 1947. Vol. 21, No. 11. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Robert Gibson Jones for "The Giants of Mogo" (novel) by Don Wilcox; rear cover by James B. Settles for "Impossible But True" (feature). Includes "Squeeze Play" by Craig Browning; "And Eve Was" (novelet) by Rog Phillips; "Murder Solves a Problem" by Lee Francis. Features: "The Observatory" (editorial); "Friendship and the Hormones" by John McCabe Moore; "Space Pilot's Problem" by H. C. Goble; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade (house pseud.); "Oil-Bearing Rocks" by Charles Reeves; "Gods of the Sun" by Mildred Murdoch; "Discussions." Illustrated by Robert Gibson Jones, Robert Fuqua, Malcolm Smith, and William Aubrey Gray. Letter from John and Dorothy de Courcy. Creasing; minor tears; dealer's marks; minor stains/spots on cover.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    GALAXY Magazine: December, Dec. 1962 ("A Plague of Pythons") by Galaxy (Fritz Leiber; Kris Neville; Avram Davidson; Frank Banta; R. A. Lafferty; Helen M. Urban; Frederik Pohl)

    NY: Galaxy, 1962. Vol. 21, No.2. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Dember. Includes "The Creature from Cleveland Depths" (novella) by Fritz Leiber; "General Max Shorter" (novelette) by Kris Neville; "Dr. Morris Goldpepper Returns" by Avram Davidson; "Droozle" by Frank Banta; "Sodom & Gamorrah, Texas" by R. A> Lafferty; "The Glory of Ippling" by Helen M. Urban; "A Plague of Pythons" (pt. 2 of 2) by Frederik Pohl. Article: "Pluto- Doorway to the Stars" by George Peterson Field. Science Department: "Are We Going to Build a Space Station?" by Willy Ley. Features: "Editor's Page: Opportunity Knocked"; "Forecast"; "Galaxy's Five Star Shelf" by Floyd C. Gale. Illustrated by Wood, Gaughan, Giunta, and Ritter. Mild soiling; mild tanning; light dent to rear.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): May 1980 by F&SF (R. M. Lamming; Stephen Tall; Bob Leman; Richard Purtill; Keith Roberts; John Shirley; Karen G. Jollie)

    NY: Mercury Press, 1980. Vol. 58, No. 5. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover art by David Hardy for "The Merry Men of Methane" (novelette) by Stephen Tall. Includes "The Ink Imp" (novelet) by R. M. Lamming; "Window" by Bob Leman; "Others' Eyes" by Richard Purill; "The Comfort Station" by Keith Roberts; "Quill Tripstickler Eludes a Bride" by John Shirley; "Bunney-Eyes" by Karen G. Jollie. Departments: "Books" by Algis Budrys; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "Two Children" (verswe) by Sanya Dorman; "Films: A Slack, Hack, Black Hole" by Baird Searles; "Science: More Crowded!" by Isaac Asimov. Creasing; mild tanning; corner wear. No label, never was.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good.


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    WORLDS OF TOMORROW: November, Nov. 1965 "Projct Plowshare", vt "The Zap Gun") by Worlds of Tomorrow (Philip K. Dick; Mack Reynolds; Keith Laumer;l Thomas M. Disch; Michael Girsdansky; Sam Moskowitz on Virgil Finlay)

    NY: Galaxy, 1965. 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.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good-.


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): November, Nov. 1965 by F&SF (Roger Zelazny; Thomas M. Disch; Larry McCombs & Ted White; Theodore L. Thomas; Sasha Gilien; John Christopher; Isaac Asimov)

    NY: Mercury Press, 1965. Vol. 29, No. 5. Cover Gray Morrow for ". . .And Call Me Conrad" (pt. 2 of 2) by Roger Zelazny. Includes "Come to Venus Melancholy" by Thomas Disch; "The Peacock King" by Larry McCombs & Ted White; "Insect Attractant" by Theodore L. Thomas; "El Numero Uno" by Sasha Gilien; "A Few Kindred Spirits" by John Christopher. Features: "Books' by Judith Merril; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "Science: Squ-u-u-ush!" by Isaac Asimov; "F&SF Marketplace". Tanning; creasing; small mark on cover; minor bumps and dings.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good.


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    ASTOUNDING Science Fiction: July 1941 ("Methuselah's Children") by Astounding (Robert Heinlein; Alfred Bester; Clifford D. Simak; A. E. van Vogt; Nelson S. Bond; Anson MacDonald - aka Robert Heinlein; Frank Belknap Long; R. S. Richardson)

    NY: Street & Smith, 1941. Vol. XXVII, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Rogers for "Methuselah's Children" (pt. 1 of 3) by Robert A. Heinlein. Includes "The Probable Man" (novelette) by Alfred Bester; "Spaceship in a Flask" by Clifford A. Simak; "The Seesaw" by A. E. van Vogt; "The Geometrics of Johnny Day" by Nelson S. Bond; "We Also Walk Dogs" by Anson MacDonald [Robert A. Heinlein]; "Brown" by Frank Belknap Long. Article: "Vermin of the Sky" by R. S. Richardson. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: We Have With Us-"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "Brass Tacks". Letters from Harry Warner, Jr, and others. Illustrated by Kolliker, Kramer, Rogers and Schneeman. Small cupo ring on cover with scarring; short tears at spien ends; minor edge chips and tears.. Single Issue Magazine. Very Good-.


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    ASTOUNDING Science Fiction: August, Aug. 1943 by Astounding (C. L. Moore; Anthony Boucher; Fritz Leiber; Lewis Padgett - aka C. L. Moore & Henry Kuttner; A. E. van Vogt; Malcolm Jameson; Willy Ley)

    NY: Street & Smith, 1943. Vol. XXXI, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Timmins for "Judgment Night" (pt. 1 of 2) by C. L. Moore. Includes "One-Way Trip" (novelette) by Anthony Boucher; "The Mutant's Brother" by Fritz Leiber; "Endowment Policy" by Lewis Padgett [Henry Kuttner & C. L. Moore]; "M 33 in Andromeda" by A. E. van Vogt; "When is When?" by Malcolm Jameson. Article: "The End of the Rocket Society" (pt. 1) by Willy Ley. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Noncommunication Radio"; In Times to Come"; "Brass Tacks"; "Book Review". Illustrated by Hall, Kolliker, Kramer and Williams. Creasing; stress; edge wear; small losses at upper nedge of frotn cover, spine corner; delaer'smarks; glue inside front hinge.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good to Very Good-.


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    SCIENCE Stories: February, Feb. 1954 by Science Stories (John Bloodstone - aka Stuart J. Byrne; Walt Sheldon; Howth Castle & T. P. Caravan - aka ?; Ralph Sloan; Frank Patton - aka Ray Palmer)

    Evanston, IL: Palmer Publications, 1954. Vol. 1, no. 3. Edited by Ray Palmer and Bea Mahaffey. Cover art by Albert Nuetzell for "Last Days of Thronas" (novel) by John Bloodstone [Stuart J. Byrne]. Includes "Editorial" by Ray Palmer; "The Technical Swain" by Walt Sheldon; "A Stitch in Time" by Hoeth Castle & T. P. Caravan; "The Treason of Joe Gates" by Ralph Sloan; "Sure Thing" by Frank Patton [Ray Palmer]; brief bio of cover artist Nuetzell. Illustrated by J. Allen St. John, Charles Hornstein, Michael Becker, Joe Eberle, and H. W. McCauley. Creasing; stress from heel bump; twine dents.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    Way Station Magazine. Issue 4 by Glumm, Randy (ed.)

    Lansing, Mich.: Way Station Magazine, 1993. 52 pp. Poetry, fiction, essays, etc. by Libby Brahms, Stuart Dybek, Kurt Eisenlohr, David Castleman; Gabriel Monteleone Neruda recalls a visit to Alfred Hitchcock's mansion with '60s philosopher Alan Watts, etc. Very good in wraps.


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    World Capitalist Crisis and the Rise of the Right by Dixon, Marlene; Jonas, Susanne; Platt, Tony [Editor]

    San Francisco, California: Journal of the Instirute for the Study of Labor and Economic Crisi, 1982. Very Good + in softcover. 28 by 21 cm. 151 pages. Pictorial card covers. Name of former owner on front cover. A few check marks in Table of Contents. A couple of articles have underlining and margin notations. Remaining text pages are clean.. ISBN: 089935016X. CAPITALISM CONSERVATISM BUSINESS ECONOMICS POLITICAL, Marxism, Non-fiction, Periodical, Politcs, Political.


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    Coronet - Infinite Riches in a Little Room - November, 1936 - Vol. 1, No. 1 - Whole No. 1 by David A. Smart

    Chicago: David A. Smart, 1936. Paperback. Good. Light shelf wear. Bottom left corner of cover is bumped. Corners are lightly bumped. Few very small stains on cover. Crease on back cover. Tightly bound with no interior markings.


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    IMAGINATIVE TALES: September, Sept. 1955 by Imaginative Tales (Dwight V. Swain; Winston K. Marks; Jerry Sohl; Henry Slesar; Mack Reynolds)

    Evanston, IL: Greenleaf Publishing, 1955. Vol. 2, No. 1. Edited by William L. Hamling. Cover art by H. W. McCauley for "Terror Station" (novel) by Dwight V. Swain. Includes "Coffin for Two" by Winston K. Marks; "The Invisible Enemy" (novelette) by Jerry Sohl; "The Brat" by Henry Slesar; "Buck and the Space War" by Mack Reynolds. Features: "Introducing the Author" (Dwight V. Swain); "The Editorial"; "Atomics at Sea!"; "Speed Limit!" Illustrated by W. E. Terry and Lloyd Rognan. Cartoons by Stan Fine, Luther Sheffy, and Bill Reid. Creasing; light roll and stress; a little musty; marks on top end.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good-.


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