Tomorrow on the March

van Vogt, A.E.

Published by The Time-Binder Press, 1946
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Stapled quarto-sized sheets. (i), (15)pp. First edition. Reprints the text of van Vogt's speech, which he delivered as the guest of honor at the 1946 Pacificon. The speech was delivered on July 4, and presumably published shortly thereafter by E. Everett Evans's Timebinder Press -- a point which has led to the assertion that this is actually van Vogt's first separate publication, as Slan was published late in 1946, according to the Arkham House bibliography. Minute tear to outer front margin, light uniform browning to paper, else an extraordinarily fine copy of a fragile, ephemeral item. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Tomorrow on the March
Publisher: The Time-Binder Press
Publication Date: 1946

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van Vogt, A.E.
Published by The Time-Binder Press, Los Angeles (1946)
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Book Description The Time-Binder Press, Los Angeles, 1946. Pamphlet. Condition: Near fine. First Edition. This is believed to be the first separately published work by von Vogt (1912-2000), preceding Slan (1946). 15 pp., stapled quarto-sized sheets. Typical uniform browning; else near fine. Scarce. Seller Inventory # 65031

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Van Vogt, A.E.
Published by Pacifcon, Los Angeles (1946)
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Book Description Pacifcon, Los Angeles, 1946. Wrappers. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Van Vogt's First publication, the text of a speech he delivered July 4, 1946 at the Pacificon SF converention as Guest of Honor. Self bound in stapled paper wrappers, 14 pages. Wrappers are yelowed & becoming brittle at the rear corners. The rear cover has small chips at the edges, the front cover has one tiny tear. Still quite readable when handeled with care. Obviously quite rare, as only a handful seem to have survived.; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # 36550

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