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The Golden Age: Ed Emshwiller

"Shambleau" the classic tale by groundbreaking woman author C. Science Fiction Cover Art from 'The Golden Age" website.

Fantastic Novels  Volume 4 No. 2, July 1950   Cover art by Lawrence Sterne Stevens    Contents:  Earth's Last Citadel - Henry Kuttner & C. L. Moore  Death's Secret - J. L. Schoolcraft  The Soul Trap - Charles B. Stilson  Lost: One Mylodon - Elmer Brown Mason http://timemart.vn/305/p/316624/may-massage.html

Fantastic Novels Magazine July Treasures: Earth’s Last Citadel by C. Moore and Henry Kuttner

Earle Bergey - Revolt of the Triffids, 1952.

Earle Bergey - art for Revolt of the Triffids by John Wyndham - 1952 Popular Library paperback

Emsh, Speakeasy by Mack Reynolds, F&SF 63-01.

ed emshwiller - on alert, the magazine of fantasy and science fiction, january 1963

Emsh, Vanguard from Alpha by Brian W. Aldiss.

Vanguard from Alpha Changling Worlds K Bulmer Brian w Aldis Ace D 369

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Ultimate Invader Anthology by Eric Frank Russell, Murray Leinster, Frank B. Cover art by Stanley Meltzoff.

#34 (Feb 1955) Cover: Stanley Pitt. Contains: "Sword of Tomorrow" by Henry Kuttner (novella from Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall 1945)

Contains: "Sword of Tomorrow" by Henry Kuttner (novella from Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fall

Leiji Matsumoto illustration for the Japanese translation of “Black God’s Kiss” by C.L. Moore, a sci-fi/fantasy author who is probably best known for being the co-author (with husband Henry Kuttner, under the pseudonym of Lewis Padgett) of “Mimsy Were the Borogoves,” which inspired the film “The Last Mimsy.” You can see more of the C.L. Moore illustrations at the source link.

Leiji Matsumoto illustration for the Japanese translation of “Black God’s Kiss” by C.L. Moore, a sci-fi/fantasy author who is probably best known for being the co-author (with husband Henry Kuttner, under the pseudonym of Lewis Padgett) of “Mimsy Were the Borogoves,” which inspired the film “The Last Mimsy.” You can see more of the C.L. Moore illustrations at the source link.

Brackett was also known for screenwriting, she worked on The Empire Strikes Back.

Brackett was also known for screenwriting, she worked on The Empire Strikes Back.

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Fantasy heroine Jirel of Joiry encounters C. L. Moore’s sf protagonist, Northwest Smith! Art by Herve Leblan for the French editions of _Jirel de Joiry_ and _Les aventures de Northwest Smith_

Fantasy heroine Jirel of Joiry encounters C. Moore’s sf protagonist, Northwest Smith! Art by Herve Leblan for the French editions of _Jirel de Joiry_ and _Les aventures de Northwest Smith_. Note the shiny period rocket-ship in the background!

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