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Year 1962 Archives
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Archives
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  • The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
    Total Archives: 58 Years, 654 Issues, 9,763 Articles, 101,373pp
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    1. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , December 1962, pp. 86-92
    2. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , December 1962, pp. 16-30
    3. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Glass Bees, by Ernst Junger
      1. The Glass Bees by Ernst Junger
      2. The Ghoul Keepers by Leo Margulies
      3. A Fall of Moondust by Arthur C. Clarke
      4. Mind Partner, and Eight Other Novelets from Galaxy by H.L. Gold
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , January 1962, pp. 84-87
    4. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Battle for the Stars, by Edmond Hamilton
      1. Battle for the Stars by Edmond Hamilton
      2. Time Is the Simplest Thing by Clifford D. Simak
      3. A Way Home by Theodore Sturgeon
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , February 1962, pp. 89-90
      1. Battle for the Stars by Edmond Hamilton
      2. Time Is the Simplest Thing by Clifford D. Simak
      3. A Way Home by Theodore Sturgeon
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , March 1962, pp. 90-93
    5. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Primal Urge, by Brian Aldiss
      1. The Primal Urge by Brian Aldiss
      2. The Silver Eggheads by Fritz Leiber
      3. And Some Were Human by Lester Del Rey
      4. Prologue to Analog by John W. Campbell
      5. The Fourth Dimension Simply Explained by Henry P. Manning
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , April 1962, pp. 113-115
    6. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Lost Cities and Vanished Civilizations, by Robert Silverberg
      1. Lost Cities and Vanished Civilizations by Robert Silverberg
      2. The October Country by Ray Bradbury
      3. The Falling Torch by Algis Budrys
      4. Planet of the Damned by Harry Harrison
      5. The Stainless Steel Rat by Harry Harrison
      6. Shadows with Eyes by Fritz Leiber
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , June 1962, pp. 86-88
    7. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      From the Ocean, From the Stars, by Arthur C. Clarke
      1. From the Ocean, From the Stars by Arthur C. Clarke
      2. Gray Lensman by Edward E. Smith
      3. The Great Flying Saucer Hoax by Coral Lorenzen
      4. Loch Ness Monster by Tim Dinsdale
      5. Catseye by Andre Norton
      6. Project 12 by Thomas Grouling
      7. The Alley God by Philip Jose Farmer
      8. The Unsleep by Diana Gillon and Meir Gillon
      9. The Wall Around the World by Theodore R. Cogswell
      10. The Dragon in the Sea by Frank Herbert
      11. The Lani People by J.F. Bone
      12. Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Hunt Collins
      13. The Human Brain by John E. Pfeiffer
      14. Living Earth by Peter Farb
      15. Chemistry Creates a New World by Bernard Jaffe
      16. The Road to Man by Herbert Wendt
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , July 1962, pp. 109-111
      1. From the Ocean, From the Stars by Arthur C. Clarke
      2. Gray Lensman by Edward E. Smith
      3. The Great Flying Saucer Hoax by Coral Lorenzen
      4. Loch Ness Monster by Tim Dinsdale
      5. Catseye by Andre Norton
      6. Project 12 by Thomas Grouling
      7. The Alley God by Philip Jose Farmer
      8. The Unsleep by Diana Gillon and Meir Gillon
      9. The Wall Around the World by Theodore R. Cogswell
      10. The Dragon in the Sea by Frank Herbert
      11. The Lani People by J.F. Bone
      12. Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Hunt Collins
      13. The Human Brain by John E. Pfeiffer
      14. Living Earth by Peter Farb
      15. Chemistry Creates a New World by Bernard Jaffe
      16. The Road to Man by Herbert Wendt
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , August 1962, p. 64
    8. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      A Century of Science Fiction, by Damon Knight
      1. A Century of Science Fiction by Damon Knight
      2. New Stories from "The Twilight Zone" by Rod Serling
      3. Worlds of When by Groff Conklin
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , October 1962, pp. 63-67
    9. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Some Will Not Die, by Algis Budrys
      1. Some Will Not Die by Algis Budrys
      2. The Way Out World by Long John Nebel
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , November 1962, pp. 53-57
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      (3 Reviews)
      A for Andromeda, by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , December 1962, pp. 81-85
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , May 1962, pp. 65-72
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , July 1962, pp. 75-79
    11. (Verse)
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , November 1962, p. 30
    12. (short novelet)
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , January 1962, pp. 5-23
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , January 1962, p. 83
    13. (Verse)
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , March 1962, p. 77
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , January 1962
      1. A for Andromeda by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. The High Crusade by Poul Anderson
      3. The Mathematical Magpie by Clifton Fadiman
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , March 1962