ANALOG - Science Fiction/ Science Fact - Oct. 1971

By: Analog

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ANALOG - Science Fiction/ Science Fact - Oct. 1971 by Analog (John T. Phillifent; John Paul Henry; G. I. Morrison; Joseph Green; Tak Hallus - aka Stephen Robinett; Ted Thomas)
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New York: Conde Nast Publications, 1971. 178 pages. "The Golden Halls of Hell" by John Paul Henry, "Moon Spore" by G.I. Morrison, "The Crier of Crystal" by Joseph Green, "Mr. Winthrop Projects" by Tak Hallus, "Motion Day at the Courthouse" by Ted Thomas, and Part One of "Hierarchies" by John T. Phillifent (John Rackham). Article: "Supernova" by Edward Walterscheid. . Magazine. Good. Illus. by John Schoenherr . 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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