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If Worlds of Science Fiction, March 1952 (Volume 1, No. 1)

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Twelve Times Zero • novella by Howard Browne
The Stowaway • short story by Alvin Heiner
Bitter Victory • short story by Walter M. Miller, Jr. [as by Walter Miller, Jr.]
Black Eyes and the Daily Grind • short story by Milton Lesser
Of Stegner's Folly • short story by Richard S. Shaver
Never Underestimate... • short story by Theodore Sturgeon
The Hell Ship • novelette by Ray
Paperback, 164 pages
Published March 1952 by Quinn Publishing
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Jan 30, 2015 Ari rated it liked it
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• Twelve Times Zero by Howard Browne (Novel) [****]
• The Hell Ship by Ray Palmer (Novelette) [*]
• Bitter Victory by Walter Miller, Jr. (Short Story) [***]
• Black Eyes and the Daily Grind by Milton Lesser (Short Story) [***]
• Of Stegner’s Folly by Richard S. Shaver (Short Story) [****]
• Never Underestimate by Theodore Sturgeon (Short Story) [***]
• The Old Martians by Rog Philips (Short Story) [**]
• The Stowaway by Alvin Heiner (Short Story) [***]
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Paul Warren Fairman (1916-1977) was an editor and writer in a variety of genres under his own name and under pseudonyms.

In 1952, he was the founding editor of If, but only edited four issues. In 1955, he became the editor of Amazing Stories and Fantastic. He held that dual position until 1958. His science fiction short stories "Deadly City" and "The Cosmic Frame" were made into motion pictures.

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