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Magazine: Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact

Editors (alphabetically listed): Harry Bates  |  Ben Bova  |  John W. Campbell  |  Trevor Quachri  |  Stanley Schmidt  |  

F. Orlin Tremaine

Language: English

ISSN: 1059-2113

Active: 1930 – present

Issues: ongoing

Websites:  Analog  |  Facebook  |  Galactic Central  |  SFE4  |  Wikipedia

Bibliographic comments: US magazine publishing science fiction.

• Only issues with contents of interest to this library are listed here, highlighted in white.

Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, vol. 91 no. 5

Ben Bova, ed.

July 1973

Conde Nast

<  Digest, 180 pages



  •  Editorial 'The R&D Budget' by Ben Bova.

  •  'The City of Ul Chalan' is set in Tibet.

  •  Only fiction and essays are listed.

Fiction: Anne McCaffrey, A Bridle for Pegasus  //  Roy L. Prosterman, Peace Probe  //  Richard K. Lyon, The City of

Ul Chalan  //  J. T. Lamberty, Jr., Young Beaker  //  Edward Wellen, Godsend

Essays: Uncredited, The Analytical Laboratory  //  Gary E. Myers, Rarefied Atmospheres  //  Uncredited, In Times to

Come  //  P. Schuyler Miller, The Reference Library

Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, vol. 106 no. 4

Stanley Schmidt, ed.

April 1986

Davis Publications

Library edition: Digest, 192 pages

$2.00 / C$2.25


Fiction: Frederik Pohl, The Coming of the Quantum Cats (conclusion)  //  Charles Sheffield, Trader's Blood  //  

Somtow Sucharitkul, Fiddling for Waterbuffaloes  //  Robert F. Young, Cousins  //  Steven Gould, The No License

Needed, Fun to Drive, Built Easily with Ordinary Tools, Revolutionary, Guaranteed, Lawn Mower Engine Powered, Low

Cost, Compact, and Dependable Mail Order Device

Essays: David Brin, Editorial: The Dogma of Otherness  //  Jay Kay Klein, Biolog  //  Dana Lombardy, On Gaming  //  

G. Harry Stine, The Alternate View: The Future of Engineers  //  Tom Easton, The Reference Library