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Issue Date  Author  Story Title  Type  Comments
1962 APR  Dickinson, Joseph  Three for the Stars  ss 
1962 MAY  Davidson, Avram  Editorial  ed  stresses F&SF will not have a letters column, fanzine review, etc, but will keep an open mind to changes, and will listen to readers' opinions & suggestions
   Carr, Terry  Who Sups With the Devil  ss  (1937-1987) his 1st pub. story; sf fan since 1949, from Greenwich Village, co-edited(with Ron Ellik) Hugo Award winning fanzine FANAC(1957-63; 100 issues; W-1959 HUG; N-1960 & 1961 HUG); Carr W-1973 HUG; N-1971-2, for Best Fan Writer
   Blish, James  Who's in Charge Here?  vi  wrote & edited many Star Trek books & colls., incl. the first original Star Trek novel, Spock Must Die(1970); has criticism colls. The Issue at Hand(1964), More Issues at Hand(1970) as by William Atheling Jr; essay coll. The Tale That Wags the Dog(1987)
   Bankier, William  Hawk in the Dusk  ss  (1929- ) born in Belleville, Ontario, Canada; his 1st pub. story was pub. in Liberty Magazine(Toronto) & won a Canadian Short Story of the Month Prize; has story "The Wrong Impression" in PST 1959 AUG 8; moved with his family to London in 1974
   Nolan, William F.  One of Those Days  ss  (1928- ) sf fan turned writer, edited fanzine Rhodomagnetic Digest, pub. The Ray Bradbury Review, & edited issues #1-3 of Gamma(1963-64); 1st story pub. sf "The Joy of Living" in IFS 1954 AUG; became a full-time writer in 1956
   Dickson, Gordon R.  Napoleon's Skullcap  nv  has novels Masters of Everon(1979); Jamie the Red(1984), with Roland J. Green, a fantasy novel based on a character from 'Thieves' World,' created by Robert Asprin; colls. Survival!(1984), Beyond the Dar al-Harb(1985), Invaders!(1985)
   Frazee, Eric  Noselrubb, the Tree  ss 
   Asimov, Isaac  Science: By Jove!  sces  planets, Jupiter; the planet Jupiter
   Leiber, Fritz  Books: Mutterings From Underground  br  discusses "the provocative issue of the status of the science fiction author in a status-seeking world"; see his retrospective colls. The Black Gondolier(2000), Smoke Ghost(2002)
   Nesvadba, Josef  Einstein Brain, The  ss  1st pub. in his coll. Einstein's Brain(1960; 1987); has colls. Tarzan's Death(1958), Expedition in the Opposite Direction(1962), In the Footsteps of the Abominable Snowman(1970 U.K.; vt The Lost Face, 1971),Expeditions in the Opposite Direction(1976)
   Briarton, Grendel  Through Time and Space with Ferdinand Feghoot: L  vi  47th story in F&SF in Feghoot series; with thanks to W. Robert Gibson
   Davidson, Avram  Miss Buttermouth  vi  has 1st novel Joyleg(FAN 1962 MAR-APR; 1962) w. Ward Moore, comic nostalgic view of the U.S., which tells the story of the finding of a Revolutionary War veteran still alife in the 20th century, who has became immortal from drinking a special brew(Clute)
   Kerr, Walter H.  Mermaid in the Swimming Pool, The  pm 
   Burger, Otis Kidwell  Love Child  ss  editor & writer, from West Village, NY
   Goulart, Ron  Princess #22  ss 
   Aandahl, Vance  When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed  ss  sophomore English major at the Univ. of Colorado
1962 JUN  Brunner, John  Such Stuff  ss  (1934-1995) John Kilian Houston Brunner, born in Oxfordshire, lives in London; ex-RAF pilot officer; a U.K. writer of sf, though he has written thrillers, contemporary novels, books of poetry; 1st story pub. novel Galactic Storm(1951, as by Gill Hunt)
   Faine, Djinn  Daughter of Eve  ss  ps. for Virginia Faine Russell, lives in L.A.; she was married briefly to writer Gordon R. Dickson in 1959
   Stanton, Will  Scarecrow of Tomorrow, The  ss 
   Nesvadba, Josef  Xeenemuende Half-Wit, The  ss  has novels Dialogue with Dr. Dong(1964), The Ravings of Erika N.(1974), I Am Looking for a Man to Be a Husband(1986); colls. Parents' Driving License(1979), Minehava for the Second Time(1981); not all of his novels & colls. might be trans. into English
   deFord, Miriam Allen  Transit of Venus, The  ss 
   Neville, Kris  Power in the Blood  ss  has novels The Unearth People(1964), The Mutants(IMG 1953 FEB as "Earth Alert!"; exp. 1966), Special Delivery(IMG 1952 JAN; 1967 chap), Peril of the Starmen(IMG 1954 JAN; 1967 chap), Invaders on the Moon(1970, with Mel Sturgis)
   Foster, Charles  Troubled Makers, The  ss  1st pub. in 1957
   Asimov, Isaac  Science: Egg and Wee, The  sces  cells; the different sizes of various cells
   Bester, Alfred  Books  br  Robert Silverberg: Lost Cities and Vanished Civilizations; Ray Bradbury: The October Country; Algis Budrys: The Falling Torch; Harry Harrison: Planet of the Damned, & The Stainless Steel Rat; Fritz Leiber: Shadows with Eyes
   Briarton, Grendel  Through Time and Space with Ferdinand Feghoot: LI  vi  48th story in F&SF in Feghoot series; with thanks to John K.H. Brunner
   Bland, Frederick  Fifteenth Wind of March, The  nv  U.K. author
   Ayer, Ethan  Diadem, The  ss  graduate of Brooks School & Trinity College; lives in South Hamilton, MA; chief interests other than writing incl. music, art, & architecture; 1st book novel The Enclosure(1951)
   F&SF staff  Index to Volume 22: 1962 JAN-JUN  indx 
1962 JUL  Davidson, Avram  Editorial  ed  relates the letter of an author(Mr. Bob Leman of Bethal Park, PA) of a rejected story; Leman eventually has over a dozen stories pub. in F&SF, the first in 1967 JAN
   Aandahl, Vance  Darfgarth  ss 
   Gilien, Sasha  Two's a Crowd  ss  (1925-1971) born in Brooklyn, ex-Marine, attended U.C.L.A.; American satirist & journalist; co-founder & publisher & ex-Executive Editor of L.A. Magazine(since taken over by Harper's)
   Capote, Truman  Master Misery  nv  (1924-1984) 1st pub. in HRP 1949 FEB & in his coll. Other Voices, Other Rooms(1948); won O. Henry Prize at age 19, has 1st coll. The Tree of Night, novels House of Flowers, & The Muses Are Heard(1956); famous for true crime novel/movie In Cold Blood(1965)
   Brandon, Carl  Stanley Toothbrush  ss  (1937-1987) ps. for Terry Carr
   Henderson, Zenna  Subcommittee  nv 
   Carr, Terry  Brown Robert  ss  lives in Brooklyn Heights, NY; has novels Warlords of Kor(1963 chap), & Invasion from 2500(1964), the latter with Ted White as by the collab. ps. Norman Edwards; has edited many anthologies which have won or been nominated for Locus Awards
   Anderson, Karen  Six Haiku  pm 
   Russ, Joanna  My Dear Emily  nv  assistant to the Director of the American Institute of Physics; former Westinghouse Science Scholar, Phi Beta Kappa, & winner of both the Browning & Shakespeare Essay Prizes(at Cornell Univ.)
   Asimov, Isaac  Science: Hot Stuff  sces  neutrinos & supernovas
   Bester, Alfred  Books  br  many short reviews, incl. Arthur C. Clarke: From the Ocean, from the Stars; E.E. Smith: Gray Lensman; Andre Norton: Catseye; Thomas Grouling: Project 12; Philip José Farmer: The Alley God; Diana & Meir Gillon: The Unsleep; Frank Herbert: 21st Century Sub
   Wilhelm, Kate  Man Without a Planet, The  ss  wn. for Katie Wilhelm Knight; has coll. The Mile-Long Spaceship(1963); 1st novel mys., More Bitter Than Death(1963); 1st sf novel The Clone(1965) w. Theodore L. Thomas; The Nevermore Affair(1966); W-1968 NEB(ss) for "The Planners" in Knight: Orbit 3(1968)
   Goulart, Ron  Uncle Arly  ss  3rd story in F&SF in Max Kearny series
   Briarton, Grendel  Through Time and Space with Ferdinand Feghoot: LII  vi  49th story in F&SF in Feghoot series; with thanks to R.S. Coplan
1962 AUG  Leiber, Fritz  Secret Songs, The  ss  has 4 Fafhrd & the Gray Mouser stories, novellas "Scylla's Daughter" in FAN 1961 MAY, N-1962 HUG, & "Stardock" in FAN 1965 SEP, N-1966 HUG, & "The Snow Women" in FAN 1970 APR, N-1971 LOC, & novelette "The Unholy Grail" in FAN 1962 OCT, N-1963 HUG
   Crossen, Kendell F.  Golden Flask, The  vi  (1910-1981) notable writer of pulp-detective stories, incl. the Green Lama series in Double Detective(early 1940s as by Richard Foster); 1st story pub. sf "Restricted Clientele" in TWS 1951 FEB & "The Boy Who Cried Wolf 359" in AMZ 1951 FEB
   Dickson, Gordon R.  Salmanazar  ss  has colls. Forward!(1985) & Mindspan(1986), both edited by Sandra Miesel; colls. The Last Dream(1986), The Man the Worlds Rejected(1986), The Stranger(1987), Beginnings(1988), Ends(1988), Guided Tour(1988)
   McLaughlin, Dean  Voyage Which Is Ended, The  ss  (1931- ) born in Ann Arbor, MI, went to Univ. of Michigan; bookstore owner; 1st story pub. sf "For Those Who Follow After" in ASF 1951 JUL; has novel Dome World(ASF 1958 MAR as"The Man on the Bottom"; exp. 1962)
   Benton, Fred  Mumbwe Jones  vi 
   Albee, George Sumner  Top, The  ss  (1905-1964) 1st pub. in 1953; has published many stories in The Saturday Evening Post betw. 1948-1961; a story was made into movie The Next Voice You Hear ...(1950); has book Not in a Day(1935); novels Girl on the Beach(1953), By the Sea, By the Sea(1960)

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