Title: The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (...
Publisher: Mercury Press
Publication Date: 1990
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Inscribed by King on inside of magazine cover. Very light loss to front of cover where address label was removed, but very little. Otherwise new and unread. Cover art by Anita Kunz. Stories: "The Moving Finger" by Stephen King, "The Bear" by Stephen King, "Vindolanda in Winter" by S. Newman, "The Boot" by Paul Di Filippo, "Reflection in a Windo" by Ronald Anthony Cross, and "Behind the Barrier" by Stephen Kraus. Special Stephen King issue with biography by Algis Budrys, and bibliography by Marsha De Filippo. Article: "Trapping the Rainbow" by Isaac Asimov. Book Reviews by Orson Scott Card. This is NOT one of the 500-copy limited edition of the Special Stephen King issue of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, but is Inscribed by STEPHEN KING. Bookseller Inventory # 000887
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