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It is the truth. Science fiction is the new wave that washed into existence in with the first issue of this magazine.
Hugo Gerns- back did that when he founded this magazine and provided a specific out- let for SF writing. He put down the foundations of the building that we are living in now and, wise man that he was, he allowed for future growth and saw to it that there were plenty of rooms. To me there are only two kinds of science fiction: the good and the bad.
I mean simply that the stories that appear in science fiction magazines are SF, as are the novels labeled the same. This field of literary endeavor was born in and H. Wells 4 is its father. It has struggled through years of indifference and is now en- joying a moment of some small glory. It will never take over and swallow all of modern fiction: neither will it be easily ingested by mainstream fic- tion. When bad it should be con- signed to the nether cellars of our building with the rest of the cob- webbed debris Its Puzzling - UM - Apes And Cow-Boys the years.
When it is good there are plenty of rooms it can slip into and feel comfortable. You will also find good gadget stories, good time travel yarns, good first- contact fiction, good space opera. We will not buy bad stories, that is our only taboo. We are social animals, and that is our strength and our weakness.
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London is the other main SF publishing center and Mr. Aldiss will report the major events of SF interest occuring there. These will be written by Dr. Leon E. Stover who is an. We are lucky to have him as a friend of science fiction. His articles will lay more stress on the non- physical sciences than is usual in the SF magazines. I had a number of cold spinal shivers when I finished it, so I wrote to the author and asked him if nothing could be done about this situation.
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