3 edition of Index to the science-fiction magazines, 1926-1950 found in the catalog.
Index to the science-fiction magazines, 1926-1950
Donald B. Day
|Statement||compiled and arranged by Donald B. Day.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 184 p.|
|Number of Pages||184|
Contents Introduction / essay by Wilson Tucker Foreword / essay by Harry Warner, Jr. Fantasy Magazine, September (cover) Odd Tales Fantasy Times, September The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction Fandom Snide, February Index to the Science-Fiction Magazines () The Checklist of Fantastic Literature Pilgrims Through Space and Time Fantasy Annual Fut/5. Donald B. Donald B Day Index To The Science Fiction Magazines 1st Edition $
ISAAC ASIMOV SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE, Febru , Volume 6, No. 2 (whole number 49) Scithers, George H. editor; Connie Willis, signed. Signed by Author(s). The electronic version looks even more useful. The index to the magazines includes and replaces several volumes that began with Donald B. Day's Index to the Science Fiction Magazines and continued through two volumes published by MITSF and NESFA. I kept looking for supplements, but that labor-of-love ran out of steam after Author: James Gunn.
Index to the Science Fiction Magazines, () by Donald B. Day Science Fiction Book Review Index, v12, () by Hal W. Hall The Horror Film Handbook () by Alan Frank. A science-fiction magazine is a publication that offers primarily science fiction, either in a hard-copy periodical format or on the e-fiction magazines traditionally featured speculative fiction in short story, novelette, novella or (usually serialized) novel form, a format that continues into the present day. Many also contain editorials, book reviews or articles, and some.
SBICs: pioneers in organized venture capital
Echoes of Hellas
Politically Correct on Campus, Eric Digest, United States Department of Education.
Netherlandish painters of the seventeenth century.
Inside the Whale
social and legal profile of Sasketchewan impaired drivers
Elementary training for musicians
Flower fairiesof the seasons
Planning for industrial restructuring in Japan
Studies in New Testament & Gnosticism
The Celtic revolution
Report of the Round Table Meeting for the Republic of the Marshall Islands
statute acts, by-laws and constitutions of the Company of Watermen and Lightermen.
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Introduction. The Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Weird Fiction Index (or SF Magazine Index in short) is based on the index of the same name compiled by Stephen T.
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The Fanscient was a general science fiction fanzine with articles, fiction, and book reviews, which were contributed by both fans and pros. It was published by Donald B. Day of Portland, Oregon (who would go on to compile the invaluable reference book Index To The Science Fiction Magazines ). A science fiction magazine is a publication that offers primarily science fiction, either in a hard-copy periodical format or on the e fiction magazines traditionally featured speculative fiction in short story, novelette, novella or (usually serialized) novel form, a format that continues into the present day.
Many also contain editorials, book reviews or articles, and some.Index to the Science Fiction Magazines, (DANA REF ZS36D3). Index to 58 English language science fiction magazines from their first issues to The only comprehensive index for this time period.
Stories are listed under author and under title. There is .Index to the Science-Fiction Magazines () by Donald B. Day. Useful for finding where a specific story was published (prior to ), or for finding all of the short fiction published by an author (again prior to ).
Strengths: It's a simple index, by title and by author. When looking for a particular title or a particular author, it just couldn't be any simpler.