eBook War and peace: Possible futures from Analog (Anthology) download
by Stanley Schmidt
Author: Stanley Schmidt
Publisher: Davis Publications (1983)
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It was first published in paperback by Davis Publications and hardcover by The Dial Press in June 1983.
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Analog's War and Peace. The book collects eleven short stories, novelettes and novellas first published in Analog and its predecessor title Astounding, together with an introduction by Schmidt. Introduction" (Stanley Schmidt). E for Effort" (T. L. Sherred). The Weapon Shop" (A. E. van Vogt). Connected to: Stanley Schmidt Science fiction Short stories. Analog's War and Peace. Introduction" ( Stanley Schmidt ). Leinster's "Planet of Sand" was cover-featured on the February 1948 issue of Famous Fantastic Mysteries. Leinster's "The Strange Invasion" was the cover story on the April 1958 issue of Satellite Science Fiction. It was issued in book form later that year as War with the Gizmos. Talents Incorporated book cover. Analog Science Fiction and Fact.
Analog Anthology Writers' Choice (1983). War and Peace: Possible Futures from Analog (1983). Analog Science Fiction and Fact, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Tor Books, Asimov's Science Fiction, Stanley Schmidt. Aliens from Analog (1983). Writers' Choice, Volume II (1984).
Eleven yarns exploring-not always successfully-the causes of war and possible alternatives to it, in a rather odd combination of five 1940s items and six from 196580
Eleven yarns exploring-not always successfully-the causes of war and possible alternatives to it, in a rather odd combination of five 1940s items and six from 196580.
From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core. For the American electrical engineer, see Stanley F. Schmidt. His first publication was "A Flash of Darkness" (Analog, September 1968); his first novel was The Sins of the Fathers (serialized in Analog from November 1973 to January 1974); and his first book was Newton and the Quasi-Apple in 1975 Hugo Award nominations.