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Issue Details: First known date: 1957... 1957 Sense of Wonder
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    y separately published work icon New Worlds Science Fiction vol. 22 no. 64 October 1957 Z1751700 1957 periodical issue science fiction 1957 pg. 42-48
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    y separately published work icon Fantastic Universe vol. 9 no. 2 February 1958 Z1828897 1958 periodical issue science fiction fantasy 1958 pg. 23-29
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    y separately published work icon Flying Saucers in Fact and in Fiction Hans Stefan Santesson (editor), New York (City) : Lancer Books , 1968 Z1828927 1968 anthology short story science fiction New York (City) : Lancer Books , 1968
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    y separately published work icon Flying Saucers Isaac Asimov (editor), Martin H. Greenberg (editor), Charles G. Waugh (editor), New York (City) : Fawcett Crest , 1982 Z1828799 1982 anthology short story science fiction Human encounters with aliens of all types are explored in a collection of science fiction by authors including Isaac Asimov, A. Bertram Chandler, Theodore Sturgeon, Joe Haldeman, and Leo P. Kelley. New York (City) : Fawcett Crest , 1982
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    y separately published work icon From Sea to Shining Star A. Bertram Chandler , Fyshwick : Dreamstone , 1990 Z309117 1990 selected work short story science fiction

    This collection of thirty Chandler stories spans his entire career. Many of the stories, which were only available in hard-to-find magazines, are accompanied by illustrations.

    In a review of the collection published in Eidolon 4 (March 1991), Leigh Edmonds writes, 'The stories fall into two sections, as the title suggests. The first third or so of the collection, "From Sea . . .", contains stories set mainly on this planet, while the second two thirds. . . To Shining Star", are space-faring stories. A great many of the stories are really, however, seafaring ones with all the lore of the sea and Chandler's experience in the merchant marine finding expression. Some stories deal directly with the experience of travelling at sea or in space, others tell stories about the people who travel, either on their journeys or once they arrive'.

    Source: Eidolon ('From Sea to Shining Star').

    Fyshwick : Dreamstone , 1990
    pg. 109-114
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