SCHMIDT, Stanley, editor.
Title ANALOG: Reader's Choice.
Edition First Printing.
Publisher New York, Dial Press, 1981.
Seller ID 459
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.