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Science fiction oddities
Originally published, New York: Berkeley Publishing Corp.
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From tohe was the book critic for Galaxy Science Fiction. Note: The author photo is from Wikipedia but is Edward Groff Conklin (September 6,Glen Ridge, New Jersey - JPawling, New York) was a leading science fiction anthologist/5.
The title of this anthology says it all. _Science Fiction Oddities_ (), edited by Groff Conklin consists of nineteen off-trail and mostly comical pieces.
Eighteen of them were published in science fiction magazines between and One was originally published in the anthology/5(3). Oddities: The Bank Street Book of Science Fiction Michael Carroll Uncategorized February 7, March 3, 14 Minutes Published in by Pocket Books in the USA, The Bank Street Book of Science Fiction — edited by Howard Zimmerman, Seymour Reit and Barbara Brenner — is a paged book-sized anthology of black-and-white comic strips.
Genre/Form: Science fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Conklin, Groff, Science fiction oddities. New York: Berkley Pub. Corp., Roadside Oddities is an informative book that introduces readers to some weird and wonderful roadside attractions.
Detailed photographs support the engaging text filled with entertaining facts. Book and lesson also available at levels I and O. Science Fiction Books.
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