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F&SF - October 1979

Volume: 57, Number: 4
Whole number (counting doubles as one issue): 341
Whole number (counting doubles as two issues): 341 & 342
Whole number (as shown in table of contents): 341
Notes: This was F&SF's first double-size issue, a 30th anniversary reprint special. Unlike many later double issues, which had two-month cover dates and two issue numbers in the indicia, this had a single month as a date and a single issue number

Stories in this magazine:

Rating:
Flowers for Algernon    by Daniel Keyes    8
The women men don't see    by James Tiptree, Jr    6
Fondly Farenheit    by Alfred Bester    7
Ararat    by Zenna Henderson    7
"All you zombies--"    by Robert A Heinlein    7
The quest for Saint Acquin    by Anthony Boucher    6
Dreaming is a private thing    by Isaac Asimov    5
Selectra Six-Ten    by Avram Davidson    8
Sundance    by Robert Silverberg    6
The gnurrs come from the voodvork out    by R Bretnor    6
Jeffty is five    by Harlan Ellison    6
And now the news    by Theodore Sturgeon    6
Born of man and woman    by Richard Matheson    6
One ordinary day, with peanuts    by Shirley Jackson    6
Not with a bang    by Damon Knight    7
A canticle for Leibowitz    by Walter M Miller, Jr    8
We can remember it for you wholesale    by Philip K Dick    7
Problems of creativeness    by Thomas M Disch    6
Through time and space with Ferdinand Feghoot    by Grendel Briarton    6
Poor little warrior    by Brian W Aldiss    5