Croatoan - Harlan Ellison (The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction - May 1975 - No. 288)

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Condition:  Very good condition for a used book! Minimal wear. See images for the condition of this magazine. Features Dario Campanile cover.

Blurb: "Croatoan" is a short story by American writer Harlan Ellison, published in 1975 in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and both anthologized in Strange Wine and released in an illustrated version in Heavy Metal in 1978. The story won a Locus Award. The story is also used for a specimen of analysis by Stephen King in Danse Macabre.

5 • Joseph W. Ferman, 1906-1974 • essay by Edward L. Ferman
6 • Croatoan • short story by Harlan Ellison
19 • Books (F&SF, May 1975) • [Books (F&SF)] • essay by Avram Davidson
19 •   Review: Fire Time by Poul Anderson • review by Avram Davidson
20 •   Review: Cosmic Laughter by Joe Haldeman • review by Avram Davidson
21 •   Review: Infinite Jests by Robert Silverberg • review by Avram Davidson
22 •   Review: The Centauri Device by M. John Harrison • review by Avram Davidson
23 • The Stochastic Man (Part 2 of 3) • serial by Robert Silverberg
66 • Sylvester's Revenge • short story by Vance Aandahl
71 • Films: Frankenstein Re-Re-Redux • [Films (F&SF)] • essay by Baird Searles
73 •  Cartoon: "Really gave me a turn!" • interior artwork by Gahan Wilson
74 • Sherlock Holmes Versus Mars • [Sherlock Holmes Versus Mars] • novelette by Manly Wade Wellman and Wade Wellman
98 • The Book Learners • short story by Liz Hufford
107 • The Planet That Wasn't • [Asimov's Essays: F&SF] • essay by Isaac Asimov
118 • Something's Coming • novelette by James P. Girard
147 • The Guy Who Knows About the Holes • short story by C. G. Cobb
158 •  Letters (F&SF, May 1975) • essay by uncredited
158 •  Letter: Flying Saucers Are Real? • essay by Stanton T. Friedman
159 •  Letter: Dr. Asimov Replies • [Letters: Isaac Asimov] • essay by Isaac Asimov
159 •  Letter: Prince Rupert of the Rhine • [Letters: Poul Anderson] • essay by Poul Anderson

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