DYNAMIC SCIENCE FICTION


DYNAMIC SCIENCE FICTION
   US PULP MAGAZINE published by Columbia Publications; ed R.A.W. LOWNDES. 6 issues, Dec 1952-Jan 1954. Much of the fiction DSF printed was mediocre, but it published 2 2-part critical articles of some note by James E. GUNN: "The Philosophy of SF" (Mar-June 1953) and "The Plot-Forms of SF" (Oct 1953-Jan 1954). 3 numbered issues were reprinted in the UK in 1953.
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Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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