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Author: Amazing Stories
Publisher: The Experimenter Publishing Company, LLC
Amazing Stories, the home of Jules Verne and H. G. Wells, publisher of the first stories of Ursula K. Leguin and Isaac Asimov, is back in print after an absence of more than a decade! This relaunch of the iconic first science fiction magazine is packed full of exciting science fiction, fantasy, and articles, all in a beautiful package featuring eye-catching illustrations and cartoons. The Amazing Stories Winter 2018 issue (the 615th issue since 1926) includes work by: • Allen M. Steele • Gary Dalkin • Jack Clemons • Lena Ng • Marina J. Lostetter • Neal Holtschulte • Daniel M. Kimmel • Jule Novakova • G. Scott Huggins • Noah Chinn • Vonnie Winslow Crist • Steve Fahnestalk • Shirley Meier
Celestial Beings from Outer Space,AwesomeEpisodes, Incredible Times, Interpretations of Life, New Perspectives, Tremendous Moments, Amazing Stories and Articles, Horizons Bevond, Fascinating Topics, New Perspectives, Certain People Make ...
Author: Cecelia Frances Page
Category: Literary Collections
AMAZING STORIES AND ARTICLES is a stimulating and exciting book with fifty-six stories and articles. Some health topics are A Doctor's Dilemma, A Nurse's Life and Hospital Exposure. Articles and stories about social issues and experiences are Indian Celebrations in India, Chelsey Rogers, A Neglected Child, Married Life, Vivid Memories, Paul's Sudden Blindness, Different Arrangements, A Rocky Life, Immature People Versus Mature People, Biography of Thomas Kenneth Wignall, Cowboy Extravaganza, The Book Worm, Nellie's Service to Others and Annette Wore Glasses. Scientific topics are My Chemistry Teacher, From Darkness to Light, Theodore's Scientific Discoveries, Volcanoes and Craters, A Spider's Life, Tidal Waves, Fresh Water and Spectrums. Educational topics are The Choir Director, The College Professor and Jamie, The Slow Learner. Religious topics are Phenomenal Awareness, Life of Mormons, Christmas Holidays and Easter Egg Hunt. Adventure topics are Pumpkin Celebration, New York Odyssey, Julian, the Bank Robber, Mount Shasta Mystery, The Hidden Cavern, Worthwhile Journeys, Shangri-La, Michelle's Camel and Climbing Mt. Rainier. Miscellaneous topics are A Paradox, Selecting a Mink Coat, Halloween Capers, Commercial Cars, Buttercup, Our Family Cow, Factory Workers, Meat on the Table, Scissors Are Useful, Corsages and Bouquets, Skyscrapers, A Great Opportunity, You Really Want to Know? Tiffany Lamps, Antique Shops and Television and Film Fans. AMAZING STORIES AND ARTICLES will stimulate your mind because of the wide variety of worthwhile topics and detailed descriptions and examples ex-pressed in each article and story.
Publisher: The Experimenter Publishing Company, LLC
Amazing Stories, the home of Jules Verne and H. G. Wells, publisher of the first stories of Ursula K. Leguin and Isaac Asimov, is back in print after an absence of more than a decade! This relaunch of the iconic first science fiction magazine is packed full of exciting science fiction, fantasy, and articles, all in a beautiful package featuring eye-catching illustrations and cartoons. The Amazing Stories Fall 2018 issue (the 614th issue since 1926) includes work by: Robert Silverberg Jack Clemons Allen Steele Lawrence Watt-Evans Rudy Rucker Dave Creek Shirley Meier Kameron Hurley Julie Czerneda Paul Levinson Drew Hayden Taylor Gary Dalkin Steve Fahnestalk Continuing a 92-year history - Amazing Stories returns as a print and digital publication!
Dr. Bob Petterson is the founder and president of The Power of Story, Inc. Throughout his career as a speaker and author, he has carried on the time-honored ... He hosts a nationwide Facebook Live show called Amazing Stories Unwrapped.
Author: Robert Petterson
ECPA 2020 Christian Book Award Finalist! You wouldn’t believe it, but . . . James Earl Jones, the voice of Darth Vader, grew up mute. Michael Jordan was cut from his high school basketball team. Albert Einstein was bullied mercilessly in school. Beethoven’s mom almost aborted him. Life takes the strangest sharp turns—and sometimes, U-turns. Robert Petterson—popular speaker, storyteller, and author—has been a student for his entire life of what God is teaching us through those real-life U-turns. In this book, he compiles 365 amazing stories that teach lessons you won’t easily forget. Each entry is written in the rest-of-the-story style popularized by Paul Harvey. With The One Year Book of Amazing Stories, you’ll marvel at how God has used the lives of these ordinary people to change the course of human history.
Author Story Magazine (Editor) Date “Creatures of the Light,” Astounding (Bates) Feb. 1930 “Slaves of the Dust,” Astounding Dec. 1930 “The Shadow World,” Amazing Stories Dec. 1932 “Farnsworth, Mona” (Muriel Newhall) “Who Wants Poweri,” ...
Author: Eric Leif Davin
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Literary Criticism
Partners in Wonder revolutionizes our knowledge of women and early science fiction. Contrary to accepted interpretations, women fans and writers were a welcome and influential part of pulp science fiction from the birth of the genre. Davin finds that at least 203 female authors, under their own female names, published over a thousand stories in science fiction magazines between 1926 and 1965. This work explores the distinctly different form of science fiction that females produced—one that was both more utopian and more empathetic than that of their male counterparts. Partners in Wonder presents, for the first time, a complete bibliography of every story published by women writers in science fiction magazines from 1926 to 1965 and brief biographies on 133 of these women writers. It is thus the most comprehensive source of information on early women science fiction writers yet available and of great importance to scholars of women's studies, popular culture, and English literature as well as science fiction.
“The Observatory,” Amazing Stories, August 1938. . “The Observatory.” Amazing Stories, January 1940. . “The Observatory.” Amazing Stories, March 1942. . “The Observatory.” Amazing Stories, May 1942. . “The Observatory.” Amazing Stories ...
Author: Richard Toronto
Category: Literary Criticism
Life magazine described the Shaver Mystery as “the most celebrated rumpus that rocked the science fiction world.” Its creators said it was a “new wave in science fiction.” Critics called it “dangerous nonsense” and labeled its fans the lunatic fringe. Whatever else the Shaver Mystery was, it became a worldwide sensation between 1945 and 1948, one of the greatest controversies to hit the science fiction genre. Today these stories of the remnants of a sinister ancient civilization living in caverns under the Earth are an all but forgotten sidebar to the historical record. The Shaver Mystery began as a series of science fiction yarns in Amazing Stories nearly 70 years ago. The men behind it, Ray Palmer and Richard Shaver, were derided and seldom understood by a fandom that did its best to sweep them under the carpet of history. Though Ray Palmer was one of the earliest and biggest names in SF fandom, credited with many firsts in his field, his fannish brethren have roundly ignored him, thanks to the Shaver Mystery. What is the truth behind these men and their “mystery”? This is the question writers and editors that promoted the Shaver Mystery try to answer as they reveal the behind-the-scenes story of the phenomenon known as “Shaverism.”
SCIENCE STORIES . ASTONISHING STORIES had the distinction of be- NORMALLY , a story as clever ing the first 10 ¢ science fiction and as Isaac's magazine in history . It carried a next in ASTOUNDING - Homo So ! novelette by Asimov titled ...
James O. Bailey , Pilgrims Through Space and Time ( New York : Argus Books , 1947 ) , p . 2 . 7. Emanating from Science and Invention , a popular scientific magazine of the early twentieth century , Amazing Stories was established and ...
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Amazing Stories , April 1927. Ill . Dean . Short story . * Not science - fiction , but a detective story . The first of a series of stories about Luther Trant , a Chicago experimental psychologist who puts his special knowledge to work ...
Author: Everett Franklin Bleiler
Publisher: Kent State University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Complementing Science-Fiction: The Early Years, which surveys science-fiction published in book form from its beginnings through 1930, the present volume covers all the science-fiction printed in the genre magazines--Amazing, Astounding, and Wonder, along with offshoots and minor magazines--from 1926 through 1936. This is the first time this historically important literary phenomenon, which stands behind the enormous modern development of science-fiction, has been studied thoroughly and accurately. The heart of the book is a series of descriptions of all 1,835 stories published during this period, plus bibliographic information. Supplementing this are many useful features: detailed histories of each of the magazines, an issue by issue roster of contents, a technical analysis of the art work, brief authors' biographies, poetry and letter indexes, a theme and motif index of approximately 30,0000 entries, and general indexes. Science-Fiction: The Gernsback Years is not only indispensable for reference librarians, collectors, readers, and scholars interested in science-fiction, it is also of importance to the study of popular culture during the Great Depression in the United States. Most of its data, which are largely based on rare and almost unobtainable sources, are not available elsewhere.
But those concerns that characterize the prose of T. O'Conor Sloane, Associate Editor of Amazing Stories and Amazing Stories Quarterly, and Gernsback's successor as their editor. Sloane is most probably the editor of the ¡929 text for ...
Author: Gary Westfahl
Category: Literary Criticism
An examination of science fiction editor and author Hugo Gernsback's career, this critical study explores the many ways in which his work influenced the genre. It summarizes the science fiction theories of Gernsback and his successors, considers his efforts to define science fiction both verbally and visually, and for the first time offers detailed studies of his rarest periodicals, including Technocracy Review, Superworld Comics, and Science-Fiction Plus. An analysis of his ground-breaking novel, Ralph 124C 41+: A Romance of the Year 2660, and its influences on a variety of science fiction novels, films and television programs is also offered.
Planet Stories 1942 : Sum . Super Science Stories 1950 : Mar. Schneeman , Charles Astounding SF 1938 : May , Dec ; 1939 : Apr ; 1940 : Jan ; 1947 : Jun . Schomburg , Alex Startling Stories 1939 : Sep , Nov ( ? ) .
Author: Michael Ashley
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This is the first of three volumes that chart the history of the science fiction magazine from the earliest days to the present. This first volume looks at the exuberant years of the pulp magazines. It traces the growth and development of the science fiction magazines from when Hugo Gernsback launched the very first, Amazing Stories, in 1926 through to the birth of the atomic age and the death of the pulps in the early 1950s. These were the days of the youth of science fiction, when it was brash, raw and exciting: the days of the first great space operas by Edward Elmer Smith and Edmond Hamilton, through the cosmic thought variants by Murray Leinster, Jack Williamson and others to the early 1940s when John W. Campbell at Astounding did his best to nurture the infant genre into adulthood. Under him such major names as Robert A. Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, A. E. van Vogt and Theodore Sturgeon emerged who, along with other such new talents as Ray Bradbury and Arthur C. Clarke, helped create modern science fiction. For over forty years magazines were at the heart of science fiction and this book considers how the magazines, and their publishers, editors and authors influenced the growth and perception of this fascinating genre.
But with the founding of Amazing Stories, things changed. ... Amazing Stories was an immediate success, and although many of its early stories had the same faults that had plagued the tales that had appeared previously in Modern ...
Author: George Mann
Publisher: Hachette UK
This encyclopedia is the most up-to-date, concise, clear and affordable guide to all aspects of science fiction, from its background to generic themes and devices, from authors (established and new) to films. Science fiction has evolved into one of the most popular, cutting-edge and exciting fiction geners, with a proliferation of modern and classic authors, themes and ideas, movies, TV series and awards. Arranged in an A-Z format, and featuring a comprehensive index and cross-referencing system, The Mammoth Encyclopedia of Science Fiction is also the most accessible and easy to use encyclopedia of its kind currently available.
... Edwin H. Futa East Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Letters. Amazing. polio. story. Please accept my gratitude for th terrific "Amazing Stories of Polio [February]. Your insert, written and drawn in comic-book style, is a stroke of genius, ...
Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.
“ Editorially Speaking , ” Amazing Stories , 1 ( September ) : 483 . 1926b . “ Fiction Versus Facts , ” Amazing Stories , 1 ( July ) : 291 . 1926 c . “ Imagination and Reality , ” Amazing Stories , 1 ( October ) , 579 . 1926d .
Author: Brett Cooke
The Fantastic Other is a carefully assembled collection of essays on the increasingly significant question of alterity in modern fantasy, the ways in which the understanding and construction of the Other shapes both our art and our imagination. The collection takes a unique perspective, seeing alterity not merely as a social issue but as a biological one. Our fifteen essays cover the problems posed by the Other, which, after all, go well beyond the bounds of any single critical perspective. With this in mind, we have selected studies to show how insights from deconstruction, Marxism, feminism, and Freudian, Jungian and evolutionary psychology help us understand an issue so central to the act of reading.
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Some issues, 1943-July 1948, include separately paged and numbered section called Radio-electronic engineering edition (called Radionics edition in 1943).
More Great Books in the Amazing Stories Series AMAZING STORIES GHOST TOWN STORIES OF BC Tales of Hope , Heroism and Tragedi Ghost Town Stories of BC Tales of Hope , Heroism and Tragedy Johnny Bachusky ( ISBN 978-1-894974-73-8 ) JOHNNIE ...
Author: Johnnie Bachusky
Publisher: Heritage House Publishing Co
Today, many of the historic coal-mining communities of the Rocky Mountains are uninhabited ghost towns. Yet behind the crumbled ruins are tales of perseverance, danger and romance. A devastating mine explosion on Halloween shatters the lives of mining families in Nordegg. The miners of Mountain Park build a hockey rink still celebrated in local lore. A young immigrant couple in Mercoal establishes a successful business only to have their love story sadly cut short. These 11 dramatic and poignant ghost-town tales are sure to fascinate all who love pioneer history.
Gary Westfahl, “'The Jules Verne, H. G. Wells, and Edgar Allan Poe Type of Story': Hugo Gernsback's History of Science Fiction,” Science Fiction Studies ... Hugo Gernsback, “A New Sort of Magazine,” Amazing Stories 1:1 (April 1926): 3.
Author: Michael Saler
Publisher: OUP USA
A history of imaginary worlds from the late nineteenth century to the present, from Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes to the virtual worlds of computer games.
It's just possible that the future of the short sports story may be in this genre. Amazing Stories The modern version of the space opera first appeared in the pages of Amazing Stories. While there were earlier such stories in the dime ...
Author: John Dinan
Category: Literary Criticism
From the late 1800s through the first half of the 1900s, pulp magazines—costing a dime and filled with both fiction and nonfiction—were a staple of American life. Though often overlooked by popular culturalists, sports were one of the staples of the pulp scene; such standards as the National Police Gazette and All-Story carried some sports stories, and several publications, such as Sport Story Magazine, were entirely devoted to them. An overview of the pulps is followed by an examination of those devoted to sports: how they came into being, the development of the genre, the popularity of its heroes, and coverage of real-life events. The roles of editors, writers, artists, and publishers are then fully covered. A chapter on Street & Smith, the foremost publisher of sports pulps, follows, while a concluding chapter discusses the reasons for the demise of the pulps in the early 1950s.
In The Martian Tales Trilogy (pp. 220– 481). New York: Barnes and Noble Books. Burtt, J. L. (1932a, Jan.). The Lemurian documents, no. 1: Pygmalion. Amazing Stories 6(10). —. (1932b, Mar.). The Lemurian documents, no. 2: The gorgons.
Author: Steven Hrotic
Publisher: A&C Black
Religion in Science Fiction investigates the history of the representations of religion in science fiction literature. Space travel, futuristic societies, and non-human cultures are traditional themes in science fiction. Speculating on the societal impacts of as-yet-undiscovered technologies is, after all, one of the distinguishing characteristics of science fiction literature. A more surprising theme may be a parallel exploration of religion: its institutional nature, social functions, and the tensions between religious and scientific worldviews. Steven Hrotic investigates the representations of religion in 19th century proto-science fiction, and genre science fiction from the 1920s through the end of the century. Taken together, he argues that these stories tell an overarching story-a 'metanarrative'-of an evolving respect for religion, paralleling a decline in the belief that science will lead us to an ideal (and religion-free) future. Science fiction's metanarrative represents more than simply a shift in popular perceptions of religion: it also serves as a model for cognitive anthropology, providing new insights into how groups and identities form in a globalized world, and into how crucial a role narratives may play. Ironically, this same perspective suggests that science fiction, as it was in the 20th century, may no longer exist.