ANALOG: Reader's Choice.

ANALOG: Reader's Choice.

By: SCHMIDT, Stanley, editor.

Price: $20.00

The "readers" of ANALOG magazine (and old, ASTOUNDING) pick their favorite stories from the 1930's thru the '70's and some of their choices might surprise you. Raymond Z. Gallun - was a very popular 1930's fictioneer - with probably best tale, OLD FAITHFUL, Lester del Rey with HELEN O'LOY selected for inclusion in the Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Heinlein with REQUIEM, DeCamp with a two-page quickie - SOME CURIOUS EFFECTS OF TIME-TRAVEL,Tom Godwin with THE COLD EQUATIONS - another tale selected by the Science Fiction Writers of America for inclusion in, 'The Science Fiction Hall of Fame,' PLUS X by Eric Frank Russell fleshed out later as NEXT OF KIN, Simak with his Hugo award winning THE BIG FRONT YARD - also included in "TSFHOF" volume; HOME IS WHAT DO YOU MEAN - - HUMAN? by John W., ASTOUNDING himself, Hugo & Nebula award winning - HOME IS THE HANGMAN by Zelazny, Hugo winner - EYES OF AMBER by Joan D. Vinge, and the original version of the Hugo & Nebula winner, ENDER'S GAME by Card. Very high quality selections in one volume! Review copy with papers laid-in. Remainder flecking else near fine in v.g.+ d.j.

Title: ANALOG: Reader's Choice.

Author: SCHMIDT, Stanley, editor.


Edition: First Printing.

Publisher: New York,, Dial Press,, 1981.

Seller ID: 459