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Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction October 1954

Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction October 1954

Very Good Condition. Clean, no stains or writing. Great corners and edges. Minimal to no creases. The staples are rust free, like new. Excellent collectible. Shipped bagged and boarded. Such great cover art!

Please utilize the pictures to determine the exact condition of the item. 

 Let’s explore the captivating contents of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, October 1954:

  1. Cover Art: The cover features a striking illustration titled “Rocket-testing base on the moon” by Chesley Bonestell.
  2. Editorial: During this period (1949–1954), the magazine was edited by Anthony Boucher
  3. Stories:
    • “Lot’s Daughter”: A short novel by Ward Moore.
    • “The Angry Peter Brindle”: A story by John Novotny.
    • “The Man With the Nose”: A short story by Rhoda Broughton.
    • “At Last I’ve Found You”: A story by Evelyn E. Smith
    • “The Slow Season”: A novelette by Robert Sheckley.
    • “The Foundation of S. F. Success”: A verse by Isaac Asimov.
    • “Music of the Sphere”: A short novelette by William Morrison.
    • “Misadventure”: A story by Lord Dunsany.
    • “Recommended Reading”: A department curated by The Editor.
    • “Peg”: A story by Nigel Kneale.
    • “The Girl in the Flaxen Convertible”: A story by Will Stanton.
    • “Mars Is Ours”: A story by Alfred Coppel.
    • “A Prophecy of Monsters”: A story by Clark Ashton Smith.
    • “Letters from Laura”: by Mildred Clingerman.

This issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction offers a diverse array of speculative fiction, poetry, and thought-provoking content. Dive into these imaginative tales and explore the wonders of the universe! 🚀✨1.

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