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Check out your mind, with awesomely trippy 1960s and 1970s SF book covers!
Science fiction book covers of the 1960s and 1970s blast their way onto your retinas like an acid trip from beyond the universe. They're more vivid, trippier, and often more nightmarish than today's covers. Here are some of the craziest.
Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: Infernal Machines
(Uncredited cover for the 1974 edition of The Stars Will Judge (1974), Irving A. Greenfield) There are manifold possibilities for the infernal machine unraveling beneath the streets or inhabiting e…
Book Review: Xenogenesis, Miriam Allen deFord (1969)
(Richard Powers’ cover for the 1969 edition — there is some speculation that it might be a collaboration with Leo and Diane Dillon)3.5/5 (Collated rating: Good)Miriam Allen deFord—…
Walter M Miller Jr - A Canticle For Leibowitz (Bantam F2212) on Flickr. Via Flickr: Miller Jr., Walter M A Canticle For Leibowitz 1961 BantamF2212 Novel First
THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES by Ray Bradbury on L. W. Currey, Inc
New York: Time Incorporated, 1963 . Octavo, pictorial wrappers. First printing of this edition. First printing of the complete text. Includes the 1950 Doubleday text, The Fire Balloons, and The Wilderness. Trade paperback format. Anatomy of Wonder 2004 II-154. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 255. Pringle, Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels 3. Survey of Science Fiction
Selected Sci-Fi & Fantasy Book Covers Part 1 - Sci-Fi-O-Rama
A varied selection of retro SF and Fantasy book art. Sci-Fi-O-Rama was pretty much built upon the back of posting forgotten book and games art, so with a renaissance in blog activity what better than to revisit the archives and excerpt another sampler. What’s fascinating with each of these examples is that though they might not […]