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55 years ago: Science Fact and Fiction.

  • By Gideon Marcus, Janice L. Newman, et al.
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[April 16, 1969] The Men from Ipomoea (April 1969 Galactoscope)
by Fiona Moore I was interested in reading this month’s Ace Double because I’d never read any Rackham, but had heard some good things about his writing. Ipomoea turned out to be a mixed bag, …
On , by Fiona Moore, 96 words
[April 14, 1969] My Least Favourite Kind Of Cereal (Doctor Who: The Space Pirates [Parts 4-6])
By Jessica Holmes The last we left the Doctor and company, they were at the mercy of a gang of not-particularly-swashbuckling space pirates. The first half of this serial was a rather bland affair—let’s see …
On , by Jessica Holmes, 114 words
[April 12, 1969] A New Venture (May 1969 Venture)
by David Levinson History lesson Way back in 1956, Joseph Ferman was the owner of Mercury Publishing, which produced several magazines, including The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. He believed there was a place …
On , by David Levinson, 93 words