An Anthology Of Anthologies (Part Two)

The first part of this article appeared last week (here) and explained my former love for science fiction anthologies, especially those edited by Judith Merril and Groff Conklin and included eight covers for their collections.

I still own a fair few more anthologies and so I thought I’d continue the theme this week with a further eight covers, this time presented by different editors;

Analog One Edited By John W. Campbell
1967 – Panther
Cover artist uncredited

Analog One

Analog Two Edited By John W. Campbell
1967 – Panther
Cover artist uncredited

Analog Two

Beyond – Editor uncredited
1963 – Berkley Medallion
Cover art by Richard Powers

Anthology Beyond

A Sense Of Wonder edited by Sam Moskowitz
1974 – New English Library
Cover art by David A. Hardy

Anthology A Sense Of Wonder

The Weird Ones edited by H. L. Gold
1962 – Belmont
Cover artist not credited

Anthology The Weird Ones

Three Times Infinity edited by Leo Margulies
1958 – Gold Medal Books
Cover art by Richard Powers

Anthology Three Times Infinity

Tales Of Science Fiction Selected By Brian N. Ball
1968 – Peacock Books/Penguin
Cover art by Peter Barrett

Tales Of Science Fiction

Travelling Towards Epsilon Edited By Maxim Jakubowski
1978 – New English Library
Cover art by Joe Petagno

This is a rather good collection of work by French authors, none of which I’d ever heard of when I picked up the book.

Travelling Towards Epsilon

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7 thoughts on “An Anthology Of Anthologies (Part Two)

  1. Joachim Boaz 18/08/2014 / 5:39 pm

    These are gorgeous. I’m incredited jealous of Tales of Science Fiction, ed. BNall. I LOVEE the astronaut in the bottom left.

    The Travelling Towards Epsilon Edited By Maxim Jakubowski would work perfectly for a Malzberg novel (fragmentation!).

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    • unsubscriber 18/08/2014 / 8:42 pm

      Thanks Joachim, glad you liked the covers so much. I think I see what you mean about Epsilon, good call there.

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  2. Guy 13/07/2015 / 12:53 am

    Hi

    Another great collection of covers, I am intrigued by Travelling Towards Epsilon. And The Weird Ones I am a sucker for that kind of presentation.

    Thanks
    Guy

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    • unsubscriber 13/07/2015 / 2:57 am

      Cheers Guy, it’s great to know that you’re enjoying this series. I’d almost forgotten I’d posted these. All the best as ever.

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