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VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION: INTERIOR ART (by artist)
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Issue Date  Cover Artist  Author  Story Title  Page  Comments
1957 MAY  ???  Bradley, Marion Zimmer  Bird of Prey  p.92,93 
1969 NOV     Tiptree, James Jr  Snows Are Melted, the Snows Are Gone, The  p.127 
1970 MAY     Pronzini, Bill & Jeffrey Wallman  Evergreen Library, The  p.98 
1970 AUG     Koontz, Dean R.  Beastchild  p.4-5 
1958 JUL  ??? (either Giunta or Hurwitz)  del Rey, Lester  Lady of Space  p.116 
1958 JUL     Kornbluth, C.M.  Two Dooms  p.4 
1958 MAY  ??? (either Giunta or Schoenherr)  Phillips, Rog  Ground Leave Incident  p.30 
1958 MAY     Hamilton, Edmond  Dark Backward, The  p.6 
1970 MAY  Austin, Alicia  Wellen, Edward  Hijack  p.77,91  (1942- ) born in Providence, KY; attended Sacred Heart Dominion College in Houston, TX; won 1971 HUG, for Best Fan Artist, before turning professional
1970 AUG  Carter, Derek  Schutz, J.W.  Survival Course  p.84 
1957 JAN  Emsh  Anderson, Poul  Virgin Planet  p.4-5, 35,47  (1925-1990) working name for Ed(mund) Emshwiller
1957 SEP     Mills, Robert P.  Venturings  p.130  (1925-1990) working name for Ed(mund) Emshwiller
1970 MAY     Benford, Greg  Scarred Man, The  p.122  (1925-1990) working name for Ed(mund) Emshwiller
1957 JAN  Giunta, John  Sturgeon, Theodore  Girl Had Guts, The  p.108  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 MAR     Miller, Walter M. Jr  Vengeance for Nikolai  p.112  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 MAR     Brackett, Leigh  Queer Ones, The  p.70-71  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 MAR     Godwin, Tom  Too Soon to Die  p.4,17  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 MAY     Gunn, James E.  Space Is a Lonely Place  p.4,46  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 JUL     Janvier, Paul  And Then She Found Him ...  p.45  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 JUL     Gunn, James E.  Not So Great An Enemy  p.5,43  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 JUL     del Rey, Lester  Seat of Judgment, The  p.110  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 SEP     Silverberg, Robert  Winds of Siros, The  p.52  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 SEP     Reynolds, Mack  Snafu on the New Taos  p.85  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 SEP     Wallace, F.L.  Nevada Virus, The  p.4-5  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 NOV     Hamilton, Edmond  No Earthman I  p.85  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1957 NOV     Sturgeon, Theodore  It Opens the Sky  p.4,33  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1958 JAN     Knight, Damon  Enemy, The  p.113  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1958 JAN     del Rey, Lester  Robots Should Be Seen  p.41  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1958 JAN     Budrys, Algis  Falling Torch  p.4  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1958 MAR     Budrys, Algis  Edge of the Sea, The  p.5  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1958 MAR     Anderson, Poul  Game of Glory, The  p.95  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1958 MAY     Sturgeon, Theodore  Comedian's Children, The  p.88,115  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1958 JUL     Simak, Clifford D.  Money Tree, The  p.80-81  (1920-1970) an active sf fan in the 1930s, he illustrated fanzines, & began his professional career in comics
1969 NOV  Keller  Scott, Robin  Escape Velocity  p.117 
1969 NOV     Peck, Richard E.  In Alien Waters  p.91 
1970 FEB  Robertson, Craig  McIntyre, V.N.  Breaking Point  p.102 
1957 SEP  Schoenherr, John  Anderson, Poul  For the Duration  p.35  (1935- )
1957 NOV     Brackett, Leigh  All the Colors of the Rainbow  p.108,126  (1935- )
1958 MAR     Marner, Robert  There Ain't No Other Roads  p.53  (1935- )
1958 MAY     Dickson, Gordon R.  Fleegl of Fleegl  p.73  (1935- )
1957 MAY  Smith, Cindy  Anderson, Poul  Cold Victory  p.91 
1957 JUL     Piper, H. Beam  Keeper, The  p.80 
1969 MAY  Tanner, Bert  Dickson, Gordon R.  Hour of the Horde  p.4-5 
1969 AUG     Fast, Julius  League of Grey-eyed Women, The  p.4,5 
1969 AUG     Koontz, Dean R.  Dragon in the Land  p.115 
1969 NOV     Harrison, Harry  Plague Ship  p.4-5,43 
1970 FEB     Laumer, Keith  Star Treasure, The  p.4-5,85 
1970 MAY     Wellen, Edward  Hijack  p.4-5 

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