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Analog Science Fiction Science Fact



April 1977


Hal Salive Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection, University of Otago Library Special Collections. Every effort has been made to trace copyright ownership and to obtain permission for reproduction. If you believe you are the copyright owner of an item on this site, and we have not requested your permission, please contact us at


New York: Condé Nast Publications


Salive’s copy of SF artist Vincent di Fate’s Infinite Worlds: The Fantastic Visions of Science Fiction Art was the inspiration for the ‘art focus’ of this exhibition. This April 1977 Analog cover is one of over 50 illustrated by di Fate (b. 1945) and accompanies George R. R. Martin’s first instalment of his first novel After the Festival, and later called Dying of the Light.


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