Venture Science Fiction – July, 1958 (Edward Emshwiller (Ed Emsh)) [Featuring “Two Dooms”, by Cyril M. Kornbluth]

Illustration by John Giunta or Hurwitz, for “Lady of Space”, by Lester Del Rey (p. 116).

Venture Science Fiction – January, 1957 (Edward Emshwiller (Ed Emsh)) [Featuring “Virgin Planet”, by Poul Anderson]

Venture Science Fiction, Volume 1, Number 1, January, 1957. 
To view Edward Emshwiller’s original cover art, visit https://yellowedandcreased.wordpress.com/.

Illustration by Edward Emshwiller, for “Virgin Planet”, by Poul Anderson (pp. 4-5).

Cover art for Avalon Books’ edition of “Virgin Planet” (1956).

 

Astounding Science Fiction – September, 1945 (William Timmins) [Featuring “World of [Null] A”, by A.E. van Vogt]

Illustration by Paul Orban, for “World of [Null] A”, by A.E. Van Vogt (p. 7).

Illustration by Paul Orban, for “World of [Null] A”, by A.E. Van Vogt (p. 40).

Illustration by Arthur Williams, for “Uncommon Sense”, by Hal Clement (p. 52).

Illustration by Arthur Williams, for “Uncommon Sense”, by Hal Clement (p. 59).

Illustration by Paul Orban, for “Camouflage”, by Lewis Padgett (p. 135).

Illustration by Paul Orban, for “Camouflage”, by Lewis Padgett (p. 154).

Illustration by Paul Orban, for “World of [Null] A”, by A.E. Van Vogt (p. 175).

Amazing Stories – August, 1962 (Alex Schomburg) [Featuring “A Trace of Memory” and “Rogue Psi”]

Illustration by Lloyd Birmingham, for “A Trace of Memory”, by Keith Laumer (p. 108).

Illustration by Virgil Finlay, for “Rogue Psi”, by James H. Schmitz (back cover).

Fantastic Stories of Imagination – June, 1962 (George Barr) [Featuring “Shield”, by Poul Anderson]

Illustration by Dan Adkins, for “Shield”, by Poul Anderson (p. 60).

Illustration by Dan Adkins, for “Shield”, by Poul Anderson (back cover).

Astounding Science Fiction – January, 1944 (William Timmins) [Featuring “Technical Error” and “Far Centaurus”]

Illustration by Paul Orban, for Hal Clement’s cover story “Technical Error” (p. 7).  (Note the resemblance of the helmets to those worn by the explorers in Ridley Scott’s 2012 film, Prometheus.)

Illustration by Paul Orban, for A.E. Van Vogt’s story “Far Centaurus” (p. 77).

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)

 

Astounding Science Fiction – June, 1943 (William Timmins) [Featuring “The World Is Mine”, by Lewis Padgett]

Illustration by Paul Orban, for Edna M. Hull’s story “Competition” (p. 47)

Illustration by Paul Orban, for Edna M. Hull’s story “Competition” (p. 54)