Sunday, April 21, 2024

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Science Fiction Quarterly, February 1955

I don't think I've ever run across an issue of SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY. This looks like a pretty good one. I like the dramatic cover by Kelly Freas, and there are some good writers inside: C.M. Kornbluth, Frank Belknap Long, L. Sprague de Camp, and a couple whose names are only vaguely familiar to me, Charles V. De Vet and Winston Marks. I don't own this issue, but if you want to check it out, it's available on the Internet Archive here. There are a lot of other issues of SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY posted there as well. I might have time to read some of them if anybody ever comes up with a thirty-hour day.


Gregory Feeley said...
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Gregory Feeley said...

Science Fiction Quarterly was the last SF pulp magazine.

It published some pretty good fiction, most notably "Common Time" by James Blish.