They Die On Mars

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Fantastic Science Fiction 1952 August (2)
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Fantastic Science Fiction 1952 August (8)
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The first of only two issues, featuring The Day New York Ended, The Nude In The Microscope, and The Lost City Of The Skies. This entire issue can be downloaded here.

4 thoughts on “They Die On Mars”

  1. I could not find anything on the internet on Phyllis L. Kaye except that it is probably a pseudonym for Walter Gibson or Ed Burkholder.
    This would make sense as there were only two issues of Fantastic Science Fiction and I would speculate that Gibson was in that issue as well.

  2. “Only two issues” – I am not surprised, as it looks like someone was grimly pretending that the last fifteen years hadn’t happened – that cheesy 1930s illustration and writing would still fly in the post-Campbell SF market.

    In a word: No.

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