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Authentic Science Fiction. Issue No.63, November 1955 Authentic Science Fiction
Issue No.63, November 1955
Edited by H.J. Campbell.
Hamilton & Co.
London.
Paperback/Magazine.
160 pages. Covers not included in pagination.
Price: 2s.
Cover illustration credited D.A. Stowe (aka Derek Stowe) but appears to be signed "Gordon" or similar.
Interior illustrations by John E. Mortimer.

Notes
Contains:

  • The Man Who Said Xiipxertilly by Don Carriway
  • The Lady and the Bull by J.T. McIntosh
  • The Shell Game by E.C. Tubb
  • Rondo in Time by Martin Jordan
  • Come to Prestonwell by Kenneth Bulmer
  • Unwanted Eden by Eric Wilding
  • Wedding Bells for Sylvia by Len Shaw
Also contains:
  • Editorial
  • About the Cover . . . Guided Missiles
  • Silicones are Super
  • The Way to the Planets Part 6 The Way to the Planets by A.E. Roy
  • News Flying Footballs by A.E. Roy
  • Machines to Win Coal
  • Desirable Residence 1995 Part 1 by 'Triona Law
  • Air Data Transducers
  • Modern Metals Part 4 Uranium by W.W. Byford
  • Inspection Invited
  • Modern Alchemy
  • Book Reviews Fiction
  • Book Reviews Non-Fiction
  • Projectiles

 
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