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Martin Greenberg • 47 Items / 8 Books, 14 Articles, 22 Reviews, 3 Poems
Coming Attractions (1957)
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Published Reviews
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    The Reference Library (6 Reviews)
    Straws in a Hot Wind
    1. The Prospects of Nuclear Power and Technology by Gerald Wendt
    2. The Seedling Stars by James Blish
    3. Star Born by Andre Norton
    4. Coming Attractions by Martin Greenberg
    5. Fire, Burn! by John Dickson Carr
    6. The Case Against Tomorrow by Frederik Pohl
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, December 1957, pp. 148-157
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    Galaxy's Five Star Shelf (8 Reviews)
    One Half of the World, by James Barlow
    1. One Half of the World by James Barlow
    2. Cycle of Fire by Hal Clement
    3. The Winds of Time by Chad Oliver
    4. Meeting Prehistoric Man by G.H.R. von Koenigswald
    5. Coming Attractions by Martin Greenberg
    6. Molesworth's Guide to the Atomic Age by Geoffrey Willans and Ronald Searle
    7. The Handbook of Rockets and Guided Missiles by Norman J. Bowman
    8. The Road to Inner Freedom by Benedict de Spinoza
    Galaxy Science Fiction, September 1957, pp. 104-107
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    Recommended Reading (10 Reviews)
    Mermaids and Mastodons, by Richard Carrington
    1. Mermaids and Mastodons by Richard Carrington
    2. The Last Secrets of the Earth by Bernard Busson and Gerard Leroy
    3. Coming Attractions by Martin Greenberg
    4. Son of the Sun: Secret of the Flying Saucers by Orfeo Angelucci and Ray Palmer
    5. The Expanding Case for the UFO by M.K. Jessup
    6. The Case Against Tomorrow by Frederik Pohl
    7. Conquest of Earth by Manly Banister
    8. Sometime, Never by William Golding, John Wyndham, and Mervyn Peake
    9. Take Me to Your President by Leonard Wibberley
    10. Magic by the Lake by Edward Eager
    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, September 1957, pp. 83-87