Science Fiction Terminology

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''Science Fiction Terminology'' consists of the revision and expansion of two articles written by Bridges for [[The Talisman]] fanzine; issue one in Fall 1949, and issue two in Summer 1950. It concerns the names of planets, and life on other planets in literature.  
''Science Fiction Terminology'' consists of the revision and expansion of two articles written by Bridges for [[The Talisman]] fanzine; issue one in Fall 1949, and issue two in Summer 1950. It concerns the names of planets, and life on other planets in literature.  
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The front cover art work is by Roy G. Krenkel, the back cover art work is by [[Jean Young]], and the interior art work is by [[Bill Rotlser|William Rotsler]].  
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The front cover art work is by Roy G. Krenkel, the back cover art work is by [[Jean Young]], and the interior art work is by [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]].  
Philip N. Bridges was president of the Washington Science Fiction Association from 1951 to 1952. He has also been Vice President, Treasurer, and Trustee during his long history of involvment with the WSFA.  
Philip N. Bridges was president of the Washington Science Fiction Association from 1951 to 1952. He has also been Vice President, Treasurer, and Trustee during his long history of involvment with the WSFA.  

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Science Fiction Terminology is a pamphlet by Philip N. Bridges.

Science Fiction Terminology was published in the U.S.A. by The Terminus, Owlswick, and Ft. Mudge Elecktrick St. Railway Gazette on January 1st, 1963. It is 19 pages.

Science Fiction Terminology consists of the revision and expansion of two articles written by Bridges for The Talisman fanzine; issue one in Fall 1949, and issue two in Summer 1950. It concerns the names of planets, and life on other planets in literature.

The front cover art work is by Roy G. Krenkel, the back cover art work is by Jean Young, and the interior art work is by William Rotsler.

Philip N. Bridges was president of the Washington Science Fiction Association from 1951 to 1952. He has also been Vice President, Treasurer, and Trustee during his long history of involvment with the WSFA.[[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.

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