Astounding Science Fiction (January 1950, Vol. 44, No. 5)

Astounding Science Fiction (January 1950, Vol. 44, No. 5)

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Astounding Science Fiction

January 1950 (Vol. 44, No. 5)

John W. Campbell, Jr. (Editor)

("Foundation" Series)

Street and Smith Publications,

New York, N.Y., U.S.A., 1950.

 

Science Fiction Magazine

Vintage from the 1950s

 

Analog Science Fiction and Fact is an American science-fiction pulp magazine first published in January 1930 as Astounding Stories of Super Science. The name of the periodical has changed multiple times throughout its history.

 

CONTENTS:

See Table of Contents.

 

SHORT STORIES:
THE Xi EFFECT by Phillip Latham;

UNDESIRABLE ALIEN, by David McCarthy;

GYPSY, by Poul Anderson;

 

NOVELETTES:

NOT TO BE OPENED, by Roger Flint Young;

OLE MOTHER METHUSELAH, by René Lafayette;

 

ARTICLE:

MAXWELL'S DEMON & MONSIEUR RANQUE, by Arthur C. Parlett

 

SERIAL:

... AND NOW YOU DON'T, by Isaac Asimov

 

Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: The Real Pushbutton Warfare" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "Book Review"; "Brass Tacks"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory". Illustrated by Cartier, Gaughan, Orban, Rogers and Ward. Cover art by Chesley Bonestell for "The XXi Effect".

 

Softcover. 2/3 inch bottom spine edge chip tear, with a slight curl at bottom cover and rubbed cover edge with a small top spine tear. Owner name at top of title page and first few pages in have heavy top edge crease tears. Secure text block with clean pages.

7-3/4 x 5-1/2 with 162 pages. Illustrated.