International Science-Fiction

Volume 1, No. 2, June 1968

Cover from “Heroic Symphony” and Interior Illustrations by Jack Gaughan
Editorial: “The Balance of Ideas” by Lester del Rey
Vietnam War: pro & con petitions
U.S.S.R.: “The Last Door” by E. Parnov & M. Yemtsew, translated by Mirra Ginsburg
Feature: “Coming Age of Soviet Science Fiction”: A discussion of Ivan Yefremov’s Andromeda (article) by John R. Isaac
Netherlands: “Der Heisse Kosmonaut” by Gust Gills (42-43)
France: “Notes from a Cyclical Housewife’s Diary” by Juliette Raabe, translated by Damon Knight
U.S.S.R.: “The Island of Crabs” by A. Dneprov
Italy: “Darkness” by Alessandro Mussi
Poland: “Heroic Symphony” by G. Altow, translated by George T. Zobrowski
India: “Victims of Time” by B. Sridhar Rao, M.D., translated by the author
U.S.S.R.: “The World in Which I Disappeared” by A. Dneprov, translated by Mirra Ginsburg
Esperanto: “In 2112” by J. U. Giesy & J. B. Smith, translated by Forrest J. Ackerman (93-97)
Austria: “Flowers in His Eyes” by Claus Felber
Chile: “Meccano” by Hugo Correa
U.S.S.R.: “The Founding of Civilization” by Romain Yarov
France: “Ysolde” by Nathalie Charles-Henneberg, translated by Damon Knight

SOURCE: International Science Fiction, No. 2, June 1968. New York: Galaxy Publishing Corporation. 130 pp. This page: front cover, pp. 4-7.

In 2112,” by J. U. Geisy & J. B. Smith,
translated from Esperanto by Forrest J. Ackerman

En 2112” (1912) by J. U. Giesy & J. B. Smith,
translated into Esperanto by Elmer E. Haynes, M.D.

In 2112” (1912) by J. U. Giesy & J. B. Smith

International Science Fiction, Vol. 1, No. 1, November 1967

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, January 1964 (Volume 26, no. 1, whole no. 152): Covers & Contents

Esperanto in early science fiction to 1930 by Everet F. Bleiler

J. U. Giesy (John Ulrich, 1877-1948) & His Collaborators

The Cavalier: Covers & Contents

Sciencfikcio & Utopia Literaturo en Esperanto / Science Fiction & Utopian Literature in Esperanto: Gvidilo / A Guide

Science Fiction & Utopia Research Resources: A Selective Work in Progress

Futurology, Science Fiction, Utopia, and Alienation
in the Work of Imre Madách, György Lukács, and Other Hungarian Writers:
Select Bibliography

` Esperanto & Interlinguistics Study Guide / Retgvidilo pri Esperanto & Interlingvistiko

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