Vector, Summer 1969

Editor(s): Michael Kenward   
Pages: 36,quarto
Price: ?p
Notes: #53

   - Mike R. J. Kenward   

  What is SF? - Gordon Johnson   
  SF at the NFT - uncredited   
  SF's Dilemma: Man and Machine - Kevin O'Malley   
  Hale SF - One Years Output - Vic Hallett   

   - Archie Mercer   
   - Bryn Fortey   
   - Tony Sudbery   
   - James Goddard   

Book Reviews by David I. Mason
  Stand on Zanzibar - John Brunner   

Book Reviews by John Brunner
  Cosmicomics - Italo Calvino   

Book Reviews by Mike R. J. Kenward
  Behold the Man - Michael Moorcock   
  Black Alice - Thomas M. Disch  John T. Sladek   
  The Environment Game - Nigel Calder   

Book Reviews by uncredited
  Garbage World - Charles Platt   
  Sea-Horse in the Sky - Edmund Cooper   

Book Reviews by Robert P. Holdstock
  Rite of Passage - Alexei Panshin   
  Jewel in the Skull - Michael Moorcock   
  Mad God's Amulet - Michael Moorcock   
  Sword of the Dawn - Michael Moorcock   
  Living in Space - Mitchell R. Sharpe   

Book Reviews by Richard Barycz
  The Purple Cloud - M. P. Shiel   

Book Reviews by Fred Oliphant
  The House on the Borderland - William Hope Hodgson   

Book Reviews by Hartley Patterson
  The Ice Schooner - Michael Moorcock   

Book Reviews by Dick Howett
  The Patient Dark - Ken Bulmer   

Book Reviews by Gerald Bishop
  Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - Philip K. Dick   

Book Reviews by Roy Mortimer
  Bright New Universe - Jack Williamson   

Book Reviews by Michael G. Coney
  Babel 17 - Samuel R. Delany   

Book Reviews by Jack Marsh
  Orbit 3 (Edited) - Damon Knight   

Book Reviews by Gordon Johnson
  Twilight Journey - L. P. Davies   

Book Reviews by David Garnett
  The Stealer of Souls - Michael Moorcock   
  Stormbringer - Michael Moorcock   

Book Reviews by Val Purnell
  Frontiers of Going (Edited) - John Fairfax   

Book Reviews by A. Graham Boak
  Best from F & SF 14 (Edited) - Avram Davidson   

Book Reviews by John Gribbin
  Pulsating Stars - uncredited   

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