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Year 1965 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
      , February 1965, pp. 96-104
    2. (short novel)
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , June 1965, pp. 4-56
    3. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , March 1965, pp. 90-92
    4. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , June 1965, pp. 91-92
    5. (1st of 2 parts)
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , October 1965, pp. 5-57
    6. (2nd of 2 parts)
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , November 1965, pp. 39-97
    7. (short novel)
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , April 1965, pp. 5-58
    8. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , April 1965, pp. 118-128
    9. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , July 1965, pp. 93-103
    10. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , March 1965, pp. 71-79
    11. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , January 1965, p. 72
    12. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , April 1965, pp. 75-80
    13. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Trader to the Stars, by Poul Anderson
      1. Trader to the Stars by Poul Anderson
      2. Farnham's Freehold by Robert A. Heinlein
      3. Best Ghost Stories of J.S. LeFanu by E.F. Bleiler and J.S. Lefanu
      4. The Poison Belt by Arthur Conan Doyle
      5. Tarzan and the Madman by Edgar Rice Burroughs
      6. Ghost and Horror Stories of Ambrose Bierce by E.F. Bleiler and Ambrose Bierce
      7. Meet My Maker, the Mad Molecule by J.P. Donleavy
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , January 1965, pp. 83-86
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      (9 Reviews)
      The Rest of the Robots, by Isaac Asimov
      1. The Rest of the Robots by Isaac Asimov
      2. A Pail of Air by Fritz Leiber
      3. Doctor to the Stars by Murray Leinster
      4. Shock II by Richard Matheson
      5. Sturgeon in Orbit by Theodore Sturgeon
      6. The Planet Buyer by Cordwainer Smith
      7. Regan's Planet by Robert Silverberg
      8. The Great Time Machine Hoax by Keith Laumer
      9. ESP: A Personal Memoir by Rosalind Heywood
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , March 1965, pp. 53-59
    15. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Day New York Went Dry, by Charles Einstein
      1. The Day New York Went Dry by Charles Einstein
      2. Sweeney's Island by John Christopher
      3. The Mind Benders by James Kennaway
      4. The Worlds of Robert F. Young by Robert F. Young
      5. Short Friday, and Other Stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer
      6. The Fair by Robert Nathan
      7. The Spire by William G. Golding
      8. The Ambidextrous Universe by Martin Gardner
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , April 1965, pp. 68-71
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      (3 Reviews)
      Andromeda Breakthrough, by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      1. Andromeda Breakthrough by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
      2. Nova Express by William S. Burroughs
      3. The Alien Way by Gordon R. Dickson
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , May 1965, pp. 70-75
    17. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      We Are Not Alone, by Walter Sullivan
      1. We Are Not Alone by Walter Sullivan
      2. White Lotus by John Hersey
      3. The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch by Philip K. Dick
      4. Sunburst by Phyllis Gotlieb
      5. Mutiny in Space by Avram Davidson
      6. The Reassembled Man by Herbert D. Kastle
      7. Beyond the Solar System by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell
      8. Life and Death of the Sun by John Rublowsky
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , June 1965, pp. 72-77
    18. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, by Kurt Vonnegut
      1. God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater by Kurt Vonnegut
      2. The Drowned World by J.G. Ballard
      3. The Wind from Nowhere by J.G. Ballard
      4. The View from the Stars by Walter M. Miller, Jr.
      5. Man and Space by Arthur C. Clarke
      6. Bill, the Galactic Hero by Harry Harrison
      7. Space Opera by Jack Vance
      8. Tales in a Jugular Vein by Robert Bloch
      9. Journey to Alpha Centauri by John W. Macvey
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , July 1965, pp. 78-83
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      (Review)
      The Worm Re-Turns, by James V. McConnell
      1. The Worm Re-Turns by James V. McConnell
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , August 1965, pp. 61-62
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      (6 Reviews)
      Not with a Bang, by Chapman Pincher
      1. Not with a Bang by Chapman Pincher
      2. Dare by Philip Jose Farmer
      3. The Possessors by John Christopher
      4. Galactic Diplomat by Keith Laumer
      5. Natives of Space by Hal Clement
      6. Sleeping Planet by William R. Burkett, Jr.
      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
      , September 1965, pp. 66-73