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Astounding Science Fiction (Analog)

Astounding Science Fiction (Analog)

Founded: 1930
Founded by: Harry Bates (Publisher's Fiscal Corporation)
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Titles/Circulation: NA
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History

Astounding Science Fiction magazine is known today as "Analog Science Fiction and Fact," one of the most popular of all science fiction magazines.

This earlier version of Analog was first published in 1930, under the name "Astounding Stories," when SF/F publishing was in its infancy. The name was changed in 1938 to "Astounding Science-Fiction". Some of the early giants of the Science Fiction genre were published in the magazine when it was called "Astounding Science Fiction," including Isaac Asimov and A.E. Van Vogt.


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See "Analog Science Fiction and Fact."


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Authors Published

• William Jenkins  • Rick Raphael  • Eric Russell  • Poul Anderson  • James Blish  • Robert Heinlein  • Lyon de Camp  • Alfred van Vogt  • Leonard Knapp  • Frank Rhylick  • Mark Clifton  • Mark Phillips  • Harry Harrison  • Henry Piper  • Walter Miller  • Clifford Simak  • Isaak Ozimov  • Algirdas Budrys  • John Vance  • Katherine MacLean  • Gordon Dickson  • Theodore Cogswell  • Pauline Whitby  • Charles De Vet  • Lewis Padgett  • Anton Baker  • Jesse Bone  • Stanley Mullen  • Ralph Slone  • Ross Rocklin  • Thomas Godwin  • Paul Janvier  • Wilmar Shiras 


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