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30 years ago today

SF Times No. X1: 4-6. December (2) 1959. (Published with No. 329)

A Canticle for P. Schuyler Miller

Newark, New Jersey: Moskowitz, 1975. 11 p.

A Collector's Tale

Fantasy Commentator 8(1/2): 22-31. Winter 1993/1994. (Whole No. 45/46)

A Remedy in Book Jackets

Fantasy Commentator 8(3/4): 173-181. Fall 1995. (Whole No. 47/48)

A Study in Horror: The Eerie Life of H. P. Lovecraft,

Fantastic Science Fiction Stories 9(5): 35-50. May 1960. (Reprinted in Science Fantasy, No. 44, 1960.)

A. E. Van Vogt

in: Moskowitz, Sam. Seekers of Tomorrow. New York: Ballantine, 1967. pp. 215-224. (Reprinted from Amazing August 1961.)

Adam Link: Robot

in: Magill, Frank N., ed. Survey of Science Fiction Literature, Vol. 1. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem Press, 1979. pp. 22-27.

Afterword: Olaf Stapledon

Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 57(1): 122-124. July 1979.

All our yesterdays have light, fool

Science Fiction Times No. 345:11-15. September (1) 1960.

Are We Advocates of Scientific Fiction?

Amateur Correspondent 2(2): 6-7. September/October 1937.

Around the worlds with Jules Verne

in: Moskowitz, Sam. Explorers of the Infinite: Shapers of Science Fiction. New York: World, 1963. pp. 73-87. (Reprinted from Satellite February 1958.) (Reprinted in Science Fantasy, No. 43, 1960.)

Arthur C. Clarke

in: Moskowitz, Sam. Seekers of Tomorrow. New York: Ballantine, 1967. pp. 371-387.

Arthur Conan Doyle: a study in science fiction

in: Moskowitz, Sam. Explorers of the Infinite: Shapers of Science Fiction. New York: World, 1963. pp. 157-171. (Reprinted from Satellite, February 1959.)

Asimov at Philcon: My Seven Steps to Celebrity

Fantasy Review 9(11):7-8, 28. December 1986.

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