Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
Explore the amazing worlds of tomorrow with Dynatmic Science Fiction! This pulp magazine published its first issue with December 1952, when the science fiction boom was nearing its peak. It came from a small publishing company, Columbia Publications, in Massachussets. Columbia Publications started producing pulp magazines in 1934 with the debut of Double Action Western Magazine and continued publishing a wide variety of magazines, detective, romance, western, sports, air adventure and mystery. Unfortunately Dynamic Science Fiction failed to find an audience and only six issues were published in its entirety. The sixth and final issue was the January 1954 issue. During that unfortunately short run, some of science-fiction's biggest names appeard in the magazine. Lester del Rey, Alfred Coppel, Poul Anderson, Arthur C. Clarke, James Blish, and others appeared in its pages. Dynamic Science Fiction returns in vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Temple Of Despair
by M.C. Pease
They gave life to millions, at the cost of rotting death to themselves.
The Lobby — Feature
Where You and I Talk Things Out
Readin’ And Writhin’ — Book Reviews
by Robert W. Lowndes
Snail’s Pace — Short Story
by Algis Budrys
There had been too much haste; now men would have to go slowly,
The Plot-Forms Of Science Fiction
by James Gunn
Beginning the thorough survey you wanted to see.
Night-Fear — Short Story
by Frank Belknap Long
They’d tried to protect Johnny, but it didn’t work; he was afraid.
Inside Science Fiction — Special Department
by Robert A. Madle
Machine Complex — Short Story
by Leonard Wampler
An old book can sometimes give a youngster the wrong ideas...
The Poetess And The 21 Grey-haired Cadavers — Short Story
by W. Malcolm White
The episode of the cannery world is not to be taken seriously...
Skylark Smith: An Appreciation — Short Story
by Anthony K. Van Riper
A brief discussion on one of the men who shaped the field.
Fishers Of Men — Short Story
by Hal Annas
It wasn’t just a case of protecting “frail, inferior” women...