Galaxy Science Fiction – February, 1964 (Edward Emshwiller) [Featuring “Grandmother Earth”, by J.T. McIntosh]

Illustration by Virgil Finlay for “Grandmother Earth”, by J.T. McIntosh (p. 9).

Illustration by John Giunta for “Shamar’s War”, by Kris Neville (pp. 44-45).

Illustration by John Giunta for “Shamar’s War”, by Kris Neville (p. 59).

Illustration by Dwight G. Morrow for “Oh, To Be a Blobel”, by Philip K. Dick (p. 91).

Galaxy Science Fiction – October, 1966 (Dember)

Illustration by Virgil Finlay for “How The Heroes Die”, by Larry Niven (p. 59).

Illustration by Virgil Finlay for “How The Heroes Die”, by Larry Niven (p. 71). Illustration by Jack Gaughan for “A Recursion in Metastories”, by Arthur C. Clarke (p. 87).

Galaxy Science Fiction – October, 1962 (Virgil Finlay) [Featuring “The Ballad of Lost C’Mell”, by Cordwainer Smith]

She got the which of the what-she-did,
Hid the bell with a blot, she did,
But she fell in love with a hominid.
Where is the which of the what-she-did?

(Cordwainer Smith)