1. My friend Mike sent this to me…. of dubious quality to say the least. But, O my, the cover!
2. Tell me again why I continue to buy Robert Heinlein paperbacks? Why in the world did I read SO MANY OF HIS BOOKS as a kid? Some of life’s persistent questions….
3. John Wyndham short fiction—or rather, a fix-up novel of sorts–with a co-writer. Did not realize any of his work was co-written…. Has anyone read it?
4. William Tenn’s short fiction collection is by far the most appealing of the bunch—his stories always have me chortling with laughter. For example, The Human Angle (1956) and Of Men and Monsters (1968)…
1. Gone To Be Snakes Now, Neal Bell (1974)
(Uncredited cover for the 1974 edition) Continue reading Updates: Recent Science Fiction Acquisitions No. CLXXXVIII (Heinlein + Tenn + Wyndham + Bell)