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If: Worlds of Science Fiction, December 1967 (Volume 17, Number 12, Issue 121) by Frederik Pohl; Terry Carr; James White; Arthur C. Clarke; C. C. MacApp; Fritz Leiber; Hal Clement; Robert E. Margroff; Andrew J. Offutt; Jay Kay Klein; Roger Deeley - Paperback - First Edition - December 1967 - from Books of the World (SKU: RWARE0000001856)

If: Worlds of Science Fiction, December 1967 (Volume 17, Number 12, Issue 121)

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If: Worlds of Science Fiction, December 1967 (Volume 17, Number 12, Issue 121)

by Frederik Pohl; Terry Carr; James White; Arthur C. Clarke; C. C. MacApp; Fritz Leiber; Hal Clement; Robert E. Margroff; Andrew J. Offutt; Jay Kay Klein; Roger Deeley

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New York: Galaxy Publishing. December 1967. Digest-size Magazine. Very Good. Lightly tanned. Binding tight, slightly rolled. Pencil check marks next to story titles on contents page; otherwise interior unmarked. Cover clean with reading creases. 1.5 inch tear along lower front hinge. No mailing label. Not from a library. 164 pages.

Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Douglas Chaffee illustrating City of Yesterday (short story) by Terry Carr. ALSO: Answering Service (Nebula-nominated short story) by Fritz Leiber; When Sea is Born Again (novelette) by C. C. MacApp; Swordsmen of the Stars (novelette) by Robert E. Margroff & Andrew J. Offutt; Ocean on Top (serial, part 3 of 3) by Hal Clement; All Judgment Fled (serial, part 1 of 3) by James White; On Conquered Earth (short story) by Jay Kay Klein; The Time Trollers (short story) by Roger Deeley. FEATURES: Guest Editorial: Herbert George Morley Robert Wells, Esq. by Arthur C. Clarke; Fandom in Europe Today by Lin Carter. Illustrated by Gray Morrow, Jack Gaughan, Vaughn Bodé, and Hector Catellon. Winner of the 1968 Hugo Award for best professional science fiction magazine.

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Title
If: Worlds of Science Fiction, December 1967 (Volume 17, Number 12, Issue 121)
Author
Frederik Pohl; Terry Carr; James White; Arthur C. Clarke; C. C. MacApp; Fritz Leiber; Hal Clement; Robert E. Margroff; Andrew J. Offutt; Jay Kay Klein; Roger Deeley
Illustrator
Douglas Chaffee; Gray Morrow; Jack Gaughan; Vaughn Bodé; Hector Catellon
Format/binding
Digest-size Magazine
Book condition
Used - Very Good
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Paperback
Publisher
Galaxy Publishing
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
December 1967
Keywords
If, If magazine, If Science Fiction, Worlds of If, Worlds of Tomorrow, science fiction, magazine, pulp, digest, Answering Service, City of Yesterday, All Judgment Fled, Ocean on Top
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Science Fiction;
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12mo

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