By Frank Herbert; John W Campbell
New York   Conde Nast
11" by 8.5" 98 ;96; 96; 95, [1]; 97; 97; 95; 95; 94; 96; 95; 95; 95; 95; 95; 95pp
A scarce, sixteen issues of the American Science fiction magazine, 'Analog Science Fact, Science Fact'.
By Frank Herbert; John W Campbell

1963-1965 Analog Science Fact Science Fiction

New York   Conde Nast
11" by 8.5" 98 ;96; 96; 95, [1]; 97; 97; 95; 95; 94; 96; 95; 95; 95; 95; 95; 95pp
A scarce, sixteen issues of the American Science fiction magazine, 'Analog Science Fact, Science Fact'.
£1,250.00
: 2kgs / : 712L2

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Description

First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, Uncommon

'Analog' was originally known as 'Astounding Stories' upon its initial publication in 1930. The editor of these issues was John W Campbell, who took over the editing of this series in 1937 until his death. Campbell was an integral figure in the Golden Age of Science Fiction. 

Comprising of the issues September 1963-February 1964, April-December 1964, and January 1965, March 1965.

December 1963-February 1964 issues are Frank Herbert's 'Dune World'. 'Dune World' eventually became Frank Herbert's Science Fiction novel 'Dune'. It won the Hugo Award in 1966 and the inaugural Nebula Award for Best Novel. Issues January and March 1965 are parts I and III of 5 of 'The Prophet of Dune'. 

Other issues and tales include 'Plague on Kryder II by Murray Leinster (Dec 1964), Gunpowder God by H Beam Piper (Nov 1964), Sweet Dreams, Swee Princes by Mack Reynolds (Oct 1964), A Case of Identity Randall Garrett (Sep 1964), Genus Traitor by Mack Reynolds (August 1964), Sleeping Planet by William R Burkett Jr (July 1964), Stuck a New Space Story by John Berryman (June 1964), Undercurrents by James H Schmitz (May 1964), A Yarn of Sailing Ships of Space Sunjammer by Winston P Sanders (April 1964), Take the Reason Prisoner by John J McGuire (November 1963), The Permanent Imposion by Dean McLaughlin (1964), Secondary Meteorites by Ralph A Hall (January 1964), Industrial Revolution Winson P Sanders (September 1963). 

A very smart collection of this important magazine.

Condition

In the publisher's original paper wraps. Externally, all volumes are very smart. Light shelfwear to the joints and to the head and tail of spine. A few light spots to the wraps. Tidemark to the rear wrap of March 1965 issue. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are slightly age toned due to the paper used. Just the odd spot.

Very Good Indeed

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