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Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

They just don't make book covers the way they used to. That is: epically weird, like this series of science fiction books published by Norwegian imprint Lanterne in the and and spotted by Caustic Cover Critic.

That Hideous Strength by C.S. Lewis (1945) Whereas the first two books in Lewis’ Space Trilogy (Out of the Silent Planet and Perelandra)

10 Thrilling Dystopian Titles You Probably Haven't Read

That Hideous Strength by C. Lewis Whereas the first two books in Lewis’ Space Trilogy (Out of the Silent Planet and Perelandra) -- Finished early April The other two were good;

Not Before Time by John Brunner (NEL Four Square:1968)

A surreal, symbolic 1968 cover. - Not Before Time by John Brunner is a collection of stories which was published in

Trouble with Lichen by John Wyndham (Ballantine:1960)

Publication: Trouble with Lichen Authors: John Wyndham Year: Catalog ID: K Publisher: Ballantine Books Cover: Richard Powers

the man who folded himself

the man who folded himself by David Gerrold

Bing & Bringsværd

They just don't make book covers the way they used to. That is: epically weird, like this series of science fiction books published by Norwegian imprint Lanterne in the and and spotted by Caustic Cover Critic.

Astounding Stories of Super-Science: February 1930 These magazines are downloadable for free from gutenberg.org They are a lot of fun to read. They were written in the 1930's.

Astounding Stories, now known as Analog Science Fiction and Fact, was first published in 1930 and has become the longest running continuously published magazine of the science fiction genre

Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers! Six-Gun Planet by John Jakes, via Jason Ladell on Flickr. Cover by Richard Powers.

Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers!

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La Jungle Nue (A Feast Unknown, Illustration de Alain Le Saux. Chute libre means "free fall" in French, and here refers to an imprint of French publisher Champ Libre that from 1974 to 1978 r.

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