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Galaxy Magazine, June 1968 (Volume 26, Number 5) by Frederik Pohl; Harlan Ellison; Clifford D. Simak; Harry Harrison; Damon Knight; John Lutz; Mack Reynolds; Robin Scott Wilson; Ross Rocklynne - Paperback - June 1968 - from Books of the World (SKU: RWARE0000001830)

Galaxy Magazine, June 1968 (Volume 26, Number 5)

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Galaxy Magazine, June 1968 (Volume 26, Number 5): "The Beast That Shouted Love" (Hugo Award for Best Short Story) by Harlan Ellison

by Frederik Pohl; Harlan Ellison; Clifford D. Simak; Harry Harrison; Damon Knight; John Lutz; Mack Reynolds; Robin Scott Wilson; Ross Rocklynne

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New York: Galaxy Publishing. June 1968. Digest-size Magazine. Very Good. Binding tight. Pencil check marks next to story titles on contents page; otherwise interior is unmarked. Cover clean with discoloration along front hinge. No mailing label. Not from a library. 194 pages.

Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Paul E. Wenzel illustrating The Beast That Shouted Love (Hugo Award winning short story) by Harlan Ellison. ALSO: Hugo Award finalist Goblin Reservation (serial, part 2 of 2) by Clifford D. Simak; How We Banned the Bombs (novelette) by Mack Reynolds; Waiting Place (short story) by Harry Harrison; The Garden of Ease (novelette) by Damon Knight; Detour To Space (short story) by Robin Scott Wilson; Daisies Yet Ungrown (novelette) by Ross Rocklynne; Booth 13 (short story) by John Lutz; FEATURES: What Would You Do About Vietnam? (unsigned essay); Jules Verne, Busy Lizzy and Hitler (science essay) by Willy Ley; Galaxy Bookshelf (books reviews) by Algis Budrys. Interior art by Jack Gaughan, Vaughn Bodé, Joe Wehrle, Gray Morrow.

VIETNAM WAR: Page 4 is an ad listing the names of science fiction authors who supported the war in Vietnam. Page 5 has an ad with the names of authors who opposed the war. Frederik Pohl's editorial discusses the controversy over the war. Page 11 solicits reader suggestions for what to do about Vietnam, to be published in a future issue.


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Title
Galaxy Magazine, June 1968 (Volume 26, Number 5)
Author
Frederik Pohl; Harlan Ellison; Clifford D. Simak; Harry Harrison; Damon Knight; John Lutz; Mack Reynolds; Robin Scott Wilson; Ross Rocklynne
Illustrator
Paul E. Wenzel, Jack Gaughan, Vaughn Bodé, Joe Wehrle, Gray Morrow
Format/binding
Digest-size Magazine
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity available
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Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Galaxy Publishing
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
June 1968
Keywords
Galaxy magazine, Galaxy Science Fiction, science fiction, magazine, pulp, digest, short stories, Vietnam War, Hugo, Hugo Award, Beast That Shouted Love, Goblin Reservation, Waiting Place, Garden of Ease
Bookseller catalogs
Science Fiction; Erotica; Vietnam and the Vietnam War;
Size
12mo

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