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The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 1979 (Vol 57, No 2) by Edward L. Ferman (ed.); Richard Cowper; Michael Shea; L. Sprague de Camp; Nicholas Yermakov; Charles L. Grant; George Zebrowski; Raylyn Moore; Larry Tritten; Alan Ryan; Alexei Panshin; Cory Panshin; Baird Searles; Isaac Asimov; Robert Payes - Paperback - August 1979 - from Books of the World (SKU: RWARE0000002296)

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 1979 (Vol 57, No 2)

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The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 1979 (Vol 57, No 2): "Out There Where the Big Ships Go" by Richard Cowper; "The Angel of Death" by Michael Shea

by Edward L. Ferman (ed.); Richard Cowper; Michael Shea; L. Sprague de Camp; Nicholas Yermakov; Charles L. Grant; George Zebrowski; Raylyn Moore; Larry Tritten; Alan Ryan; Alexei Panshin; Cory Panshin; Baird Searles; Isaac Asimov; Robert Payes

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Cornwall, Connecticut: Mercury Press, Inc.. Digest-size Magazine. Vol. 57, No. 2, Whole No 339. August 1979. Very Good+. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover by David Hardy illustrating "Out There Where the Big Ships Go" (#4 in Locus poll for Best Novelette) by Richard Cowper. Includes "The Angel of Death" (Nebula nominee, #8 in Locus poll for Best Novelette) by Michael Shea; "A Sending of Serpents" [W. Wilson Newbury] by L. Sprague de Camp; "A Whisper of Banshees" by Nicholas Yermakov; "Love-Starved" by Charles L. Grant; "The Word Sweep" by George Zebrowski; "Standoff" by Raylyn Moore; "Playback" by Larry Tritten; "You're Welcome,' Said the Robot" by Alan Ryan. Departments: "Books" by Alexei & Cory Panshin; "Cartoon: "Of course you realize the very existence of our thirteenth floor is the Bowker Building's best-kept secret!" by Gahan Wilson; "Films: The Lion, the Witch and Buck Rogers" by Baird Searles; "Science: Clone, Clone of My Own" by Isaac Asimov; "Acrostic Puzzle" by Robert Payes. Very Good+. See photo. Light reading and shelf wear. Interior unmarked, but tanned. Mailing label on rear cover.

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Title
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 1979 (Vol 57, No 2)
Author
Edward L. Ferman (ed.); Richard Cowper; Michael Shea; L. Sprague de Camp; Nicholas Yermakov; Charles L. Grant; George Zebrowski; Raylyn Moore; Larry Tritten; Alan Ryan; Alexei Panshin; Cory Panshin; Baird Searles; Isaac Asimov; Robert Payes
Illustrator
David Hardy; Gahan Wilson
Format/binding
Digest-size Magazine
Book condition
Used - Very Good+
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Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Mercury Press, Inc.
Place of Publication
Cornwall, Connecticut
Date published
August 1979
Keywords
Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, magazine, fantasy, science fiction, digest, Out There Where the Big Ships Go, Sending of Serpents, W. Wilson Newbury, Love-Starved, Word Sweep
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Science Fiction; Erotica;
Size
8vo

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