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17th May '15 6:43:34 PM PaulA
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Analog frequently publishes new authors, including then-newcomers such as Creator/OrsonScottCard and Creator/JoeHaldeman in the 1970s, Creator/HarryTurtledove, TimothyZahn, Creator/GregBear, and Creator/JosephHDelaney in the 1980s, and Creator/PaulLevinson, Creator/MichaelABurstein, and Creator/RajnarVajra in the 1990s.

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Analog frequently publishes new authors, including then-newcomers such as Creator/OrsonScottCard and Creator/JoeHaldeman in the 1970s, Creator/HarryTurtledove, TimothyZahn, Creator/TimothyZahn, Creator/GregBear, and Creator/JosephHDelaney in the 1980s, and Creator/PaulLevinson, Creator/MichaelABurstein, and Creator/RajnarVajra in the 1990s.
16th May '15 10:38:42 PM nombretomado
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Analog frequently publishes new authors, including then-newcomers such as Creator/OrsonScottCard and Creator/JoeHaldeman in the 1970s, HarryTurtledove, TimothyZahn, Creator/GregBear, and Creator/JosephHDelaney in the 1980s, and Creator/PaulLevinson, Creator/MichaelABurstein, and Creator/RajnarVajra in the 1990s.

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Analog frequently publishes new authors, including then-newcomers such as Creator/OrsonScottCard and Creator/JoeHaldeman in the 1970s, HarryTurtledove, Creator/HarryTurtledove, TimothyZahn, Creator/GregBear, and Creator/JosephHDelaney in the 1980s, and Creator/PaulLevinson, Creator/MichaelABurstein, and Creator/RajnarVajra in the 1990s.
27th Jul '12 8:45:28 PM PaulA
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One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, Creator/TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/IsaacAsimov, Creator/RobertAHeinlein, Creator/AEVanVogt, Creator/LesterDelRey, and many others.

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One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, Creator/EEDocSmith, Creator/TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/IsaacAsimov, Creator/RobertAHeinlein, Creator/AEVanVogt, Creator/LesterDelRey, and many others.
26th Jul '12 5:35:28 PM Xtifr
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One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, Creator/TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/IsaacAsimov, Creator/RobertAHeinlein, AEVanVogt, Creator/LesterDelRey, and many others.

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One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, Creator/TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/IsaacAsimov, Creator/RobertAHeinlein, AEVanVogt, Creator/AEVanVogt, Creator/LesterDelRey, and many others.
2nd Jul '12 2:30:09 AM Nohbody
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One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, Creator/TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/IsaacAsimov, RobertAHeinlein, AEVanVogt, Creator/LesterDelRey, and many others.

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One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, Creator/TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/IsaacAsimov, RobertAHeinlein, Creator/RobertAHeinlein, AEVanVogt, Creator/LesterDelRey, and many others.
15th Jun '12 1:27:04 AM Xtifr
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From 1938 to 1971 it was edited by the influential JohnWCampbell, who encouraged more mature stories with a strong element of plausible science.

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From 1938 to 1971 it was edited by the influential JohnWCampbell, Creator/JohnWCampbell, who encouraged more mature stories with a strong element of plausible science.
12th Jun '12 1:28:44 AM PaulA
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The oldest currently surviving ScienceFiction {{magazine}}, Analog has been around since 1930. Under its original title ''Astounding Stories'' it was originally designed as a rival to ''Magazine/AmazingStories''.

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The oldest currently surviving ScienceFiction {{magazine}}, {{magazine|s}}, Analog has been around since 1930. Under its original title ''Astounding Stories'' it was originally designed as a rival to ''Magazine/AmazingStories''.



Analog frequently publishes new authors, including then-newcomers such as OrsonScottCard and JoeHaldeman in the 1970s, HarryTurtledove, TimothyZahn, GregBear, and JosephHDelaney in the 1980s, and PaulLevinson, MichaelABurstein, and RajnarVajra in the 1990s.

One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/IsaacAsimov, RobertAHeinlein, AEVanVogt, LesterDelRey, and many others.

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Analog frequently publishes new authors, including then-newcomers such as OrsonScottCard Creator/OrsonScottCard and JoeHaldeman Creator/JoeHaldeman in the 1970s, HarryTurtledove, TimothyZahn, GregBear, Creator/GregBear, and JosephHDelaney Creator/JosephHDelaney in the 1980s, and PaulLevinson, MichaelABurstein, Creator/PaulLevinson, Creator/MichaelABurstein, and RajnarVajra Creator/RajnarVajra in the 1990s.

One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/TheodoreSturgeon, Creator/IsaacAsimov, RobertAHeinlein, AEVanVogt, LesterDelRey, Creator/LesterDelRey, and many others.
12th Jun '12 12:51:40 AM FELH2
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The oldest currently surviving ScienceFiction {{magazine}}, Analog has been around since 1930. Under its original title ''Astounding Stories'' it was originally designed as a rival to ''Magazine/AmazingStories''.

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The oldest currently surviving ScienceFiction {{magazine}}, Analog has been around since 1930. Under its original title ''Astounding Stories'' it was originally designed as a rival to ''Magazine/AmazingStories''.
''Magazine/AmazingStories''.



For most of its history the magazine has been digest-sized. In the early 1960s ''Analog'' switched to bedsheet-size for 12 issues but it proved too expensive. More recently the magazine has increased its page size (along with current stablemate ''IsaacAsimov's Science Fiction Magazine'') to an intermediate between digest and bedsheet.

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For most of its history the magazine has been digest-sized. In the early 1960s ''Analog'' switched to bedsheet-size for 12 issues but it proved too expensive. More recently the magazine has increased its page size (along with current stablemate ''IsaacAsimov's ''Creator/IsaacAsimov's Science Fiction Magazine'') to an intermediate between digest and bedsheet.



One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, TheodoreSturgeon, IsaacAsimov, RobertAHeinlein, AEVanVogt, LesterDelRey, and many others.

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One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the GoldenAgeOfScienceFiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as EEDocSmith, TheodoreSturgeon, IsaacAsimov, Creator/IsaacAsimov, RobertAHeinlein, AEVanVogt, LesterDelRey, and many others.
27th Jan '12 10:48:55 PM PaulA
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The oldest currently surviving ScienceFiction {{magazine}}, Analog has been around since 1930. Under its original title ''Astounding Stories'' it was originally designed as a rival to ''AmazingStories''.

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The oldest currently surviving ScienceFiction {{magazine}}, Analog has been around since 1930. Under its original title ''Astounding Stories'' it was originally designed as a rival to ''AmazingStories''.''Magazine/AmazingStories''.
27th Jan '12 9:39:26 PM LeeM
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The oldest currently surviving ScienceFiction {{magazine}}, Analog has been around since 1930.
From 1938 to 1971 it was edited by the influential JohnWCampbell.

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The oldest currently surviving ScienceFiction {{magazine}}, Analog has been around since 1930.
1930. Under its original title ''Astounding Stories'' it was originally designed as a rival to ''AmazingStories''.

From 1938 to 1971 it was edited by the influential JohnWCampbell.
JohnWCampbell, who encouraged more mature stories with a strong element of plausible science.

Campbell did not like the name ''Astounding''; he changed the logo to read ''Astounding Science Fiction'', and for a time insisted that the main title be de-emphasized in favor of the subtitle. Finally in 1961 Campbell changed the magazine's name to ''Analog'', fading down the old title and fading up the new over a 12-month period while retaining the initial "A". (However, for legal purposes the original title is still retained in the magazine's indicia.)

For most of its history the magazine has been digest-sized. In the early 1960s ''Analog'' switched to bedsheet-size for 12 issues but it proved too expensive. More recently the magazine has increased its page size (along with current stablemate ''IsaacAsimov's Science Fiction Magazine'') to an intermediate between digest and bedsheet.
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