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Genre: Science Fiction. Used availability for Richard Cowper's Breakthrough.
Ballantine's science fiction line also included the unusual Star Science Fiction Stories. With cover paintings by Richard Powers, this innovative anthology series offered new fiction rather than reprints. In the early 1960s, the company engaged in a well-known rivalry with Ace Books for the rights to reprint the works of J. R. Tolkien and Edgar Rice Burroughs in paperback form.
Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: The Surrealist Cityscapes of Richard Powers. The Time Dissolver, by Jerry Sohl, cover by Richard Powers.
Cover by Richard Powers. Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: Assorted 1970s Surrealistic Faces by Richard Powers. Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: The Surrealist Cityscapes of Richard Powers.
Science fiction book covers of the and blast their way onto your retinas like an acid trip from beyond the universe.
The ability to distinguish reality from fantasy is supposedly the root of sanity. But if a man lives in two worlds, and.
Richard Cowper’s work intrigues but I often find it on the slight side. The book I procured below is considered his most famous although the premise does little to inspir. .
New York : Ballantine Books. In-depth analysis and discussion of fifteen classic Ballantine science fiction titles. Bibliography: p. 345-346. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Stellar . The best of Stanley G. Weinbaum. Childhood's en. Fahrenheit 45. The space merchants. Rendezvous with Rama.