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Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, February 1979 (Volume 3, Number 2) by Isaac Asimov; F. Paul Wilson; Karl M. Olsen; Martin Gardner; Larry Niven; Mary W. Stanton; Mary J. McGarry; Leah Palmer; George O. Smith; Steven M. Tymon; Barry N. Longyear; Noah Ward; Frederick Longbeard; Keith Davis; Jo Clayton - Paperback - February 1979 - from Books of the World (SKU: RWARE0000002267)

Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, February 1979 (Volume 3, Number 2)

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Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, February 1979 (Volume 3, Number 2)

by Isaac Asimov; F. Paul Wilson; Karl M. Olsen; Martin Gardner; Larry Niven; Mary W. Stanton; Mary J. McGarry; Leah Palmer; George O. Smith; Steven M. Tymon; Barry N. Longyear; Noah Ward; Frederick Longbeard; Keith Davis; Jo Clayton

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Philadelphia: Davis Publications. Digest-size Magazine. February 1979. Vol. 3, No. 2. Very Good. Interior unmarked but lightly tanned. Spine tight. Light reading and shelf wear. Mailing label pull and remnants to front cover. Not from a library. 196 pages.

Edited by George H. Scithers. Cover art by Jack Gaughan for "To Fill the Sea and Air" by F. Paul Wilson. Includes "Quite Personal" (editorial) by Isaac Asimov; "On Records" by Karl M. Olsen; "Captain Tittlebaum's Test" (SF puzzle) by Martin Gardner; "In the Cellar" by Larry Niven; "Ad Astra, Al" by Mary W. Stanton; "Back to Byzantium" by Mary J. McGarry; "Up-Top Summer" by Leah Palmer; "On Kepler, Newton, and Company" by George O. Smith; "On the Benefits of Programming" by Steven M. Tymon; "Proud Rider" by Barry N. Longyear; "Fit the Crime" by Noah Ward; "Nothing for Nothing" by Isaac Asimov; "Zugg's Fall" by Frederick Longbeard [Barry B. Longyear]; "Outside" by Keith Davis; "A Bait of Dreams" by Jo Clayton. Illustrated by Jack Gaughan, Karl Kofoed, and George Barr.

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Title
Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, February 1979 (Volume 3, Number 2)
Author
Isaac Asimov; F. Paul Wilson; Karl M. Olsen; Martin Gardner; Larry Niven; Mary W. Stanton; Mary J. McGarry; Leah Palmer; George O. Smith; Steven M. Tymon; Barry N. Longyear; Noah Ward; Frederick Longbeard; Keith Davis; Jo Clayton
Illustrator
Jack Gaughan; Karl Kofoed; George Barr
Format/binding
Digest-size Magazine
Book condition
Used - Very Good
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Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Davis Publications
Place of Publication
Philadelphia
Date published
February 1979
Keywords
science fiction, magazine, digest, Nothing for Nothing, A Bait of Dreams
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Science Fiction;
Size
12mo

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