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Astounding Stories is the common name of the first few decades of a major American science fiction magazine.
Astounding Stories began publishing in 1930 as Astounding Stories of Super Science. Names in subsequent years included Astounding Stories and Astounding Science Fiction. The first actively copyright-renewed issue is October 1933 (v. 12 no. 2). The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from March 1934 (v. 13 no. 1). (More details) The magazine was renamed Analog in 1960, and is still published under that name by Dell Magazines.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1930-1931: Project Gutenberg has transcriptions of the the early run from the first issue through mid-1931. Ads are transcribed in the second issue, but are omitted in most of the other transcriptions.
- 1930-1931: Johnny Pez has most of the Gutenberg run above indexed by story authors and titles.
- 1930: The first year of issues is online in cumbersome but readable page image format at the Internet Archive. While the Gutenberg copies are easier to read, this version shows page layout and advertisements (and includes issue #1).
- 1931: The second year of issues is online in cumbersome but readable page image format at the Internet Archive. Image quality is somewhat higher in this run than in the 1930 page images.
- 1932: The third year of issues is online in cumbersome but readable page image format at the Internet Archive.
- 1932: Pulpmags.org has volume 9, number 2, dated February 1932.
- 1932: Pulpmags.org has volume 11, number 2, dated November 1932.
- 1933: The Internet Archive has volume 11, number 3, dated January 1933.
- 1933: The Internet Archive has volume 12, number 1, dated March 1933.
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