John W. Campbell, et al : Astounding/Analog Anthologies


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Astounding Science Fiction launched in 1930 and, under the editorship of John W. Campbell, Jr. beginning in 1937, dominated science fiction in a way no magazine or single publisher has ever since. Evidence can be seen in the two major SF anthologies of 1946: 29 of the 33 stories in Adventures in Time and Space were from Astounding; 24 of the 40 stories in Groff Conflin's Best of Science Fiction were from Astounding. Some five years later, as rival magazines of different styles emerged (The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and Galaxy, in 1949 and 1950), Campbell put together his own nearly 600-page selection of 23 stories from Astounding assembled in 1951 and published in 1952, of which only three -- "Blowups Happen," "First Contact," and "Nightfall," are repeated from the 1946 books.

Campbell's introduction places science fiction in the context of human civilization and its development since the Renaissance: SF as the literature of the Technological Era.

The 1950s saw F&SF and Galaxy take some of the wind out of Astounding's sails, and both published series of annual anthologies collecting their best stories into hardcover books. Meanwhile, while Bleier & Dikty's Best S-F Stories volumes included a decent share of Astounding stories -- some 34, in 12 volumes up to 1957 -- Judith Merril's Year's Best SF used 12 Astounding stories and then 14 Analog stories in her own 12 volumes.

In 1960 Campbell changed the name of his magazine to Analog and soon launched his own series of annuals, beginning with bridge volume Prologue to Analog in 1962, gathering 10 stories first published in Astounding from 1953 to 1960. Analog 1 and later volumes followed an annual intervals, though it wasn't until the third volumes that contents were limited to a specific year, as Analog 3 included stories only from 1963. The series slowed with Analog 8, published 1971, covering stories published in 1968 and 1969. And then Campbell died in 1971.

New editor Ben Bova did final volume Analog 9 in 1973, with just six stories from 1970 to 1972.

The Campbell era having come to a close, editors Harry Harrison and Brian W. Aldiss published the two-volume tribute anthology Astounding-Analog Reader in 1972 and 1973, gathering 36 stories in chronological order from 1932 to 1965, each volume covering 20 years of the magazine's history. Harrison and Aldiss provide their own commentaries on the stories, and also include Campbell's original blurbs for the stories as they appeared in the magazine.

Ben Bova, just as he was about to resign after seven years, published The Best of Analog in 1978 with 15 stories published since 1972, i.e. from Bova's own tenure, not the entire era of Analog that began in 1960.

The next editor, Stanley Schmidt, celebrated the 50th anniversary of Astounding/Analog in 1980 with The Analog Anthology #1, gathering 23 stories from 1934 to 1979. Initially published in digest format, like the magazine, it was published in hardcover in 1982 as Analog’s Golden Anniversary Anthology. Schmidt followed with three further books also issued first as digests and later as hardcovers, with selections chosen by readers and then by writers.

  • The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology, John W. Campbell, ed. (Simon & Schuster, 1952) [isfdb]
  • Prologue to Analog, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1962) [isfdb]
  • Analog 1, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1963) [isfdb]
  • Analog 2, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1964) [isfdb]
  • Analog 3, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1965) [isfdb]
  • Analog 4, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1966) [isfdb]
  • Analog 5, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1967) [isfdb]
  • Analog 6, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1968) [isfdb]
  • Analog 7, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1970) [isfdb]
  • Analog 8, John W. Campbell, ed. (Doubleday, 1971) [isfdb]
  • The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One, Harry Harrison & Brian W. Aldiss, eds. (Doubleday, 1972) [isfdb]
  • Analog 9, Ben Bova, ed. (Doubleday, 1973) [isfdb]
  • The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two, Harry Harrison & Brian W. Aldiss, eds. (Doubleday, 1973) [isfdb]
  • The Best of Analog, Ben Bova, ed. (Baronet, 1978) [isfdb]
  • The Analog Anthology #1, Stanley Schmidt, ed. (Davis, 1980) [isfdb]
  • Analog Anthology #2, Stanley Schmidt, ed. (Davis, 1982) [isfdb]
  • Analog: Writers' Choice, Stanley Schmidt, ed. (Davis, 1983) [isfdb]
  • Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II, Stanley Schmidt, ed. (Davis, 1984) [isfdb]



Combined Contents by Author and Title


Robert Abernathy
  • Pyramid (Astounding Jul 1954) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Joe Allred
  • When I Was in Your Mind (Analog Dec 1972) -- The Best of Analog
  • Poul Anderson
  • Barnacle Bull (Astounding Sep 1960) -- Analog 1 as by Winston P. Sanders
  • Call Me Joe (Astounding Apr 1957) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Elementary Mistake (Analog Feb 1967) -- Analog 7
  • Epilogue (Analog Mar 1962) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • The Longest Voyage (Analog Dec 1960) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Sunjammer (Analog Apr 1964) -- Analog 4
  • Piers Anthony
  • The Message (by PA & Frances T. Hall) (Analog Jul 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Christopher Anvil
  • The Hunch (Analog Jul 1961) -- Analog 1
  • Not in the Literature (Analog Mar 1963) -- Analog 3
  • Pandora's Planet (Astounding Sep 1956) -- Prologue to Analog
          -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • Philosopher's Stone (Analog Jan 1963) -- Analog 2
  • Stranglehold (Analog Jun 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Isaac Asimov
  • Belief (The Alternate Asimovs, 1986) -- Prologue to Analog
  • Breeds There a Man...? (Astounding Jun 1951) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • The Dead Past (Astounding Apr 1956) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Nightfall (Astounding Sep 1941) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
          -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Harry Bates
  • Farewell to the Master (Astounding Oct 1940) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • John Berryman
  • Something to Say (Analog Aug 1966) -- Analog 6
  • The Trouble with Telstar (Analog Jun 1963) -- Analog 3
  • Alfred Bester
  • The Four-Hour Fugue (Analog Jun 1974) -- The Best of Analog
  • The Push of a Finger (Astounding May 1942) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Lloyd Biggle, Jr.
  • Monument (Analog Jun 1961) -- Analog 1
  • James Blish
  • Bridge (Astounding Feb 1952) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • J. F. Bone
  • Triggerman (Astounding Dec 1958) -- Prologue to Analog
  • Ben Bova
  • A Small Kindness (Analog Apr 1983) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • Test in Orbit (Analog Sep 1965) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Fredric Brown
  • Placet Is a Crazy Place (Astounding May 1946) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
          -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • John Brunner
  • Coincidence Day (Analog Feb 1965) -- Analog 5
  • Algis Budrys
  • The End of Summer (Astounding Nov 1954) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • John W. Campbell, Jr.
  • Forgetfulness (Astounding Jun 1937) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One as by Don A. Stuart
  • Twilight (Astounding Nov 1934) -- The Analog Anthology #1 as by Don A. Stuart
  • Orson Scott Card
  • Ender's Game (Analog Aug 1977) -- Analog Anthology #2
  • A. Bertram Chandler
  • Giant Killer (Astounding Oct 1945) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Stepan Chapman
  • Testing...One, Two, Three, Four (Analog Dec 1969) -- Analog 8
  • Rob Chilson
  • In His Image (Analog Sep 1969) -- Analog 8
  • Arthur C. Clarke
  • Hide and Seek (Astounding Sep 1949) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Hal Clement
  • The Mechanic (Analog Sep 1966) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • Mark Clifton
  • What Have I Done? (Astounding May 1952) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Lee Correy
  • The Easy Way Out (Analog Apr 1966) -- Analog 6
  • L. Sprague de Camp
  • Aristotle and the Gun (Astounding Feb 1958) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • The Exalted (Astounding Nov 1940) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Some Curious Effects of Time Travel (Astounding Apr 1942) -- Analog Anthology #2
  • Lester del Rey
  • Helen O'Loy (Astounding Dec 1938) -- Analog Anthology #2
  • Into Thy Hands (Astounding Aug 1945) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • Over the Top (Astounding Nov 1949) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Hank Dempsey
  • CWACC Strikes Again (Analog Jun 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Philip K. Dick
  • Impostor (Astounding Jun 1953) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Gordon R. Dickson
  • Call Him Lord (Analog May 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Computers Don't Argue (Analog Sep 1965) -- Analog 5
          -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
          -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Hilifter (Analog Feb 1963) -- Analog 3
  • Sleight of Wit (Analog Dec 1961) -- Analog 1
  • Steel Brother (Astounding Feb 1952) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • William J. Earls
  • Jump (Analog Oct 1969) -- Analog 8
  • T. R. Fehrenbach
  • Remember the Alamo! (Analog Dec 1961) -- Analog 1
  • R. C. Fitzpatrick
  • The Circuit Riders (Analog Apr 1962) -- Analog 2
  • Winkin, Blinkin and PiR² (Analog Jul 1968) -- Analog 8
  • Verge Foray
  • Lost Calling (Analog Sep 1967) -- Analog 7
  • H. B. Fyfe
  • Protected Species (Astounding Mar 1951) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Raymond Z. Gallun
  • Old Faithful (Astounding Dec 1934) -- Analog Anthology #2
  • Seeds of the Dusk (Astounding Jun 1938) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Randall Garrett
  • ...After a Few Words... (Analog Oct 1962) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • A Case of Identity (Analog Sep 1964) -- Analog 4
  • Fighting Division (Analog Aug 1965) -- Analog 5
  • Sound Decision (by RG & Robert Silverberg) (Astounding Oct 1956) -- Prologue to Analog
  • Tom Godwin
  • The Cold Equations (Astounding Aug 1954) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
          -- Analog Anthology #2
  • Joe Haldeman
  • Hero (Analog Jun 1972) -- Analog 9
  • Tricentennial (Analog Jul 1976) -- The Best of Analog
  • Frances T. Hall
  • The Message (by Piers Anthony & FTH) (Analog Jul 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Harry Harrison
  • The Powers of Observation (Analog Sep 1968) -- Analog 8
  • Rescue Operation (Analog Dec 1964) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
          -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • Robert A. Heinlein
  • "—And He Built a Crooked House" (Astounding Feb 1941) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Blowups Happen (Astounding Sep 1940) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • By His Bootstraps (Astounding Oct 1941) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One as by Anson MacDonald
  • Gulf (Astounding Nov 1949 (+1)) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • Requiem (Astounding Jan 1940) -- Analog Anthology #2
  • Frank Herbert
  • The Featherbedders (Analog Aug 1967) -- Analog 7
  • The Mary Celeste Move (Analog Oct 1964) -- Analog 4
  • Operation Syndrome (Astounding Jun 1954) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • Mike Hodous
  • Dead End (Analog May 1967) -- Analog 7
  • Raymond F. Jones
  • Noise Level (Astounding Dec 1952) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Tim Joseph
  • Unified Field Theory (Analog Dec 1975) -- The Best of Analog
  • Colin Kapp
  • Gottlos (Analog Nov 1969) -- Analog 8
  • Teddy Keller
  • The Plague (Analog Feb 1961) -- Analog 1
  • C. M. Kornbluth
  • The Little Black Bag (Astounding Jul 1950) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Henry Kuttner
  • Clash by Night (by HK & C. L. Moore) (Astounding Mar 1943) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
          -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Vintage Season (by HK & C. L. Moore) (Astounding Sep 1946) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One as by Lawrence O'Donnell
  • When the Bough Breaks (by HK & C. L. Moore) (Astounding Nov 1944) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Roger Kuykendall
  • We Didn't Do Anything Wrong, Hardly (Astounding May 1959) -- Prologue to Analog
  • Allen Kim Lang
  • Blind Man's Lantern (Analog Dec 1962) -- Analog 2
  • Sterling E. Lanier
  • Join Our Gang? (Analog May 1961) -- Analog 1
  • Keith Laumer
  • The Last Command (Analog Jan 1967) -- Analog 7
  • The Plague (Analog Nov 1970) -- Analog 9
  • Prototaph (Analog Mar 1966) -- Analog 6
  • William M. Lee
  • Junior Achievement (Analog Jul 1962) -- Analog 2
  • Murray Leinster
  • First Contact (Astounding May 1945) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
          -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Historical Note (Astounding Feb 1951) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • David Lewis
  • Common Denominator (Analog Oct 1972) -- The Best of Analog
  • Wallace MacFarlane
  • Free Vacation (Analog Oct 1967) -- Analog 7
  • Johnathan Blake MacKenzie
  • Overproof (Analog Oct 1965) -- Analog 5
  • Thin Edge (Analog Dec 1963) -- Analog 3
  • Katherine MacLean
  • The Missing Man (Analog Mar 1971) -- Analog 9
  • Rescue Squad (Analog May 1968) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • Alexander B. Malec
  • 10:01 A.M. (Analog Mar 1966) -- Analog 6
  • George R. R. Martin
  • A Song for Lya (Analog Jun 1974) -- The Best of Analog
  • Joseph P. Martino
  • ...Not a Prison Make (Analog Sep 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Pushbutton War (Astounding Aug 1960) -- Prologue to Analog
  • Anne McCaffrey
  • Weyr Search (Analog Oct 1967) -- Analog 7
  • Vonda N. McIntyre
  • Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand (Analog Oct 1973) -- The Best of Analog
          -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Seaton McKettrig
  • A World by the Tale (Analog Oct 1963) -- Analog 3
  • Dean McLaughlin
  • Hawk Among the Sparrows (Analog Jul 1968) -- Analog 8
  • The Permanent Implosion (Analog Feb 1964) -- Analog 4
  • Patrick Meadows
  • Countercommandment (Analog Dec 1965) -- Analog 5
  • P. Schuyler Miller
  • Trouble on Tantalus (Astounding Feb 1941) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • C. L. Moore
  • The Bright Illusion (Astounding Oct 1934) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • Clash by Night (by Henry Kuttner & CLM) (Astounding Mar 1943) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
          -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Vintage Season (by Henry Kuttner & CLM) (Astounding Sep 1946) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One as by Lawrence O'Donnell
  • When the Bough Breaks (by Henry Kuttner & CLM) (Astounding Nov 1944) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Howard L. Myers
  • Out, Wit! (Analog Jun 1972) -- Analog 9
  • Kris Neville
  • Cold War (Astounding Oct 1949) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Larry Niven
  • The Hole Man (Analog Jan 1974) -- The Best of Analog
  • Chad Oliver
  • Transfusion (Astounding Jun 1959) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Barbara Paul
  • Answer "Affirmative" or “Negative” (Analog Apr 1972) -- Analog 9
  • Hayford Peirce
  • Unlimited Warfare (Analog Nov 1974) -- The Best of Analog
  • Lawrence A. Perkins
  • The Hidden Ears (Analog Jan 1969) -- Analog 8
  • John T. Phillifent
  • Aim for the Heel (Analog Jul 1967) -- Analog 7
  • Ethical Quotient (Analog Oct 1962) -- Analog 2
  • Peter Phillips
  • Dreams Are Sacred (Astounding Sep 1948) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • R. A. J. Phillips
  • A Day in the Life of Kelvin Throop (Analog Jul 1964) -- Analog 4
  • Rog Phillips
  • The Yellow Pill (Astounding Oct 1958) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • John R. Pierce
  • Invariant (Astounding Apr 1944) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • H. Beam Piper
  • Last Enemy (Astounding Aug 1950) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Omnilingual (Astounding Feb 1957) -- Prologue to Analog
  • P. J. Plauger
  • Child of All Ages (Analog Mar 1975) -- The Best of Analog
  • Frederik Pohl
  • The Gold at the Starbow's End (Analog Mar 1972) -- Analog 9
  • Arthur Porges
  • The Rescuer (Analog Jul 1962) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • William T. Powers
  • Meteor (Astounding Sep 1950) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Joe Poyer
  • Mission "Red Clash" (Analog Dec 1965) -- Analog 5
  • Robert Randall
  • The Chosen People (Astounding Jun 1956) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • Rick Raphael
  • A Filbert Is a Nut (Astounding Nov 1959) -- Prologue to Analog
  • Sonny (Analog Apr 1963) -- Analog 3
  • Mack Reynolds
  • The Adventure of the Extraterrestrial (Analog Jul 1965) -- Analog 5
  • Fiesta Brava (Analog Sep 1967) -- Analog 7
  • Genus Traitor (Analog Aug 1964) -- Analog 4
  • Good Indian (Analog Sep 1962) -- Analog 2
  • Revolution (Astounding May 1960) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • Ted Reynolds
  • Can These Bones Live? (Analog Mar 1979) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Leigh Richmond
  • Prologue To...an Analogue (by LR & Walt Richmond) (Analog Jun 1961) -- Analog 1
  • Walt Richmond
  • Prologue To...an Analogue (by Leigh Richmond & WR) (Analog Jun 1961) -- Analog 1
  • Stewart Robb
  • Letter from a Higher Critic (Analog Nov 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Ross Rocklynne
  • Time Wants a Skeleton (Astounding Jun 1941) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Eric Frank Russell
  • Hobbyist (Astounding Sep 1947) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Late Night Final (Astounding Dec 1948) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Minor Ingredient (Astounding Mar 1956) -- Prologue to Analog
  • Plus X (Astounding Jun 1956) -- Analog Anthology #2
  • The Waitabits (Astounding Jul 1955) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Winston P. Sanders
  • Industrial Revolution (Analog Sep 1963) -- Analog 3
  • Say It with Flowers (Analog Sep 1965) -- Analog 5
  • Stanley Schmidt
  • The Prophet (Analog Apr 1972) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • The Unreachable Stars (Analog Apr 1971) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • James H. Schmitz
  • Balanced Ecology (Analog Mar 1965) -- Analog 5
  • Grandpa (Astounding Feb 1955) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Novice (Analog Jun 1962) -- Analog 2
  • Sleep No More (Analog Aug 1965) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • The Witches of Karres (Astounding Dec 1949) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Scott W. Schumack
  • Persephone and Hades (Analog Sep 1973) -- The Best of Analog
  • Robin Scott
  • Early Warning (Analog Jun 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Bob Shaw
  • Burden of Proof (Analog May 1967) -- Analog 7
  • Light of Other Days (Analog Aug 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Robert Sheckley
  • Potential (Astounding Nov 1953) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • T. L. Sherred
  • E for Effort (Astounding May 1947) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Robert Silverberg
  • Sound Decision (by Randall Garrett & RS) (Astounding Oct 1956) -- Prologue to Analog
  • To Be Continued (Astounding May 1956) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • Clifford D. Simak
  • The Big Front Yard (Astounding Oct 1958) -- Analog Anthology #2
  • City (Astounding May 1944) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Eternity Lost (Astounding Jul 1949) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Grotto of the Dancing Deer (Analog Apr 1980) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • New Folks' Home (Analog Jul 1963) -- Analog 3
  • George O. Smith
  • QRM—Interplanetary (Astounding Oct 1942) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Norman Spinrad
  • Subjectivity (Analog Jan 1964) -- Analog 4
  • A Thing of Beauty (Analog Jan 1973) -- The Best of Analog
  • Theodore Sturgeon
  • The Chromium Helmet (Astounding Jun 1946) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Thunder and Roses (Astounding Nov 1947) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
          -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • "Won't You Walk..." (Astounding Jan 1956) -- Analog: Writers' Choice, Volume II
  • William Tenn
  • Child's Play (Astounding Mar 1947) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
          -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • Theodore Thomas
  • Ceramic Incident (Astounding Oct 1956) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • The Weather Man (Analog Jun 1962) -- Analog 2
          -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two
  • A. E. van Vogt
  • Far Centaurus (Astounding Jan 1944) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • The Purpose (Astounding May 1945) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • The Storm (Astounding Oct 1943) -- The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One
  • Vault of the Beast (Astounding Aug 1940) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • Joan D. Vinge
  • Eyes of Amber (Analog Jun 1977) -- Analog Anthology #2
  • Vernor Vinge
  • Bookworm, Run! (Analog Mar 1966) -- Analog 6
  • Stanley G. Weinbaum
  • The Lotus Eaters (Astounding Apr 1935) -- The Analog Anthology #1
  • Joseph Wesley
  • Womb to Tomb (Analog Aug 1969) -- Analog 8
  • Ralph Williams
  • Business as Usual, During Alterations (Astounding Jul 1958) -- Prologue to Analog
  • Jack Williamson
  • Hindsight (Astounding May 1940) -- The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology
  • With Folded Hands... (Astounding Jul 1947) -- Analog: Writers' Choice
  • Jack Wodhams
  • There Is a Crooked Man (Analog Feb 1967) -- Analog 7
  • Gene Wolfe
  • How I Lost the Second World War and Helped Turn Back the German Invasion (Analog May 1973) -- The Best of Analog
  • Roger Zelazny
  • Home Is the Hangman (Analog Nov 1975) -- The Best of Analog
          -- Analog Anthology #2

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