Analog Science Fiction


November 1977


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New York: Condé Nast Publications


In the late 1970s, artist Dean Ellis (1920-2009) drew four covers for Analog and his work is described by Vincent di Fate in Infinite Worlds as having a ‘direct, posterized approach’. Mack Reynolds’ serialised story, Of Future Fears, appears in this edition of Analog. Reynolds (1917-1983) was a prolific SF author, penning over 60 novels, numerous short stories and several non-fiction books during his career from the 1950s until his death.


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