Astounding Stories - Vol. VI, No. 1 - April, 1931

By: Bates, Harry (ed.); [contributors include Jack Williamson]

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Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket


Front and rear covers detached. Paper spine worn and chipped, including 1" missing at head of spine. Creasing and small tears and chips to margins of covers. Internally good. No signatures. ; Science fiction pulp magazine. 138, [6] pages. Page dimensions: 251 x 174mm. Cover illustration by H. W. Wesso, featuring reptilian Martians. This issue includes the novellette "Monsters of Mars" by Edmond Hamilton, and the short stories "The Exile of Time" by Ray Cummings, "Hell's Dimension" by Tom Curry"; "The World Behind the Moon" by Paul Ernst; "Four Miles Within" by Anthony Gilmore; "The Lake of Light" by Jack Williamson; and "The Ghost World" by Sewell Peaslee Wright. Harry Bates' "Astounding Stories" magazine began publication in January 1930, with the title "Astounding Stories of Super Science". It ceased publication in March 1933, but re-started later that year after being taken over by Street & Smith. [Bibliographical Reference: "2000 A. D. : Illustrations from the Golden Age of Science Fiction Pulps", by Jacques Saduoul (English translation, 1975)]. ; 4to

Title: Astounding Stories - Vol. VI, No. 1 - April, 1931

Author Name: Bates, Harry (ed.); [contributors include Jack Williamson]

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Clayton Magazines: 1931

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 13366