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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1979  (Vol 56, No 2) by Edward L. Ferman (ed.); Thomas M. Disch; Eric Norden; James Hoetker; James Patrick Kelly; Jane Yolen; Andrew Weiner; Suzette Haden Elgin; Stephen Dixon; Joanna Russ; Baird Searles; Isaac Asimov; Peter D. Pauty - Paperback - February 1979 - from Books of the World (SKU: RWARE0000002290)

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1979 (Vol 56, No 2)

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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1979 (Vol 56, No 2): On Wings of Song (part 1) by Thomas M. Disch

by Edward L. Ferman (ed.); Thomas M. Disch; Eric Norden; James Hoetker; James Patrick Kelly; Jane Yolen; Andrew Weiner; Suzette Haden Elgin; Stephen Dixon; Joanna Russ; Baird Searles; Isaac Asimov; Peter D. Pauty

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Cornwall, Connecticut: Mercury Press, Inc.. Digest-size Magazine. Vol. 56, No. 2. Whole No. 333. February 1979. Very Good. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover art by Ed Emshwiller for On Wings of Song (1980 John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel) (serial, part 1 of 3) by Thomas M. Disch. Includes "The Gathering of the Clan" (novelet) by Eric Norden; "Sorcerese" by James Hoetker; "Not to the Swift" by James Patrick Kelly; "The Pot Child" by Jane Yolen; "Comedians" by Andrew Weiner; "Old Rocking Chair's Got Me" by Suzette Haden Elgin; "A Home Away from Home" by Stephen Dixon. Departments: "Books" by Joanna Russ; "Cartoon: For some reason I keep thinking it's Wednesday!" by Gahan Wilson; "Films: Doctor Who's On First" by Baird Searles; "Science: The Road to Infinity" by Isaac Asimov; "Acrostic Puzzle" by Peter D. Pauty. Very Good+. See photo. Spine clean and tight. Light reading and shelf wear. Interior unmarked, but tanned. Mailing label ghost on front barcode.

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Title
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1979 (Vol 56, No 2)
Author
Edward L. Ferman (ed.); Thomas M. Disch; Eric Norden; James Hoetker; James Patrick Kelly; Jane Yolen; Andrew Weiner; Suzette Haden Elgin; Stephen Dixon; Joanna Russ; Baird Searles; Isaac Asimov; Peter D. Pauty
Illustrator
Ed Emshwiller; Gahan Wilson
Format/binding
Digest-size Magazine
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity available
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Paperback
Publisher
Mercury Press, Inc.
Place of Publication
Cornwall, Connecticut
Date published
February 1979
Keywords
Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, magazine, fantasy, science fiction, digest, On Wings of Song, Campbell Award, John Campbell Award, Campbell Memorial Award, Pot Child, Gathering of the Clan
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Science Fiction;
Size
8vo

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