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    Analog:    (about)
    Analog began in January 1930 as the pulp magazine Astounding Stories of Super-Science. In February 1931 the title changed to Astounding Stories, but in January 1933 changed back to Astounding Stories of Super-Science for two issues before returning to Astounding Stories in October 1933. This title remained until March 1938 when it became Astounding Science-Fiction. There was a minor change to Astounding Science Fiction in November 1943. Analog was added to title with the February 1960 issue. With the October 1960 issue Astounding was dropped and the title became Analog. Book review details provided by Hal Hall from the Science Fiction Book Review Index. Letter column details provided by Mike Ashley from The Complete Index to Astounding/Analog.

    • Publishers:
      • Publishers’ Fiscal Corp.: Astounding Stories, Jan 1930 – May 1931.
      • Clayton Magazines, Inc.; New York: Astounding Stories, Jun 1931 – Mar 1933.
      • Street & Smith Publications, Inc.; New York: Astounding/Analog, Oct 1933 – Jan 1962.
      • Condé Nast Publications, Inc.; New York: Analog, Feb 1962 – Aug 1980.
      • Davis Publications, Inc.; New York: Analog, Sep 1980 – Aug 1992.
      • Dell Magazines; New York: Analog, Sep 1992—.

    • Editors:


    Astounding Stories of Super-Science



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