Analog Science Fiction and Fact | notes

Notes

  1. ^ For example, Malcolm Edwards and Brian Stableford describe the story as a "classic",[53] and Ashley describes it as "a brilliant story merging the wonders of the unknown with its horrors".[47]
  2. ^ For example, Isaac Asimov, in his memoirs, recalls that many fans, including himself, felt that Galaxy became the field's leader almost immediately.[59]
  3. ^ Typical themes for his editorials included scientific rapport, how to make the draft more equitable, and the distinction between a science crackpot and a genuine unrecognized genius.[74]
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