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Leon L. Gammell, an avid reader and collector of that period, views that era's stories with both nostalgia and objectivity; his incisive .

Leon L. Gammell, an avid reader and collector of that period, views that era's stories with both nostalgia and objectivity; his incisive critiques will provide interested readers with numerous guideposts to a wealth of exciting fantasy and SF reading.

Book in the Starmont Reference Guides Series). Providing fast-action science fiction novels, Startling Stories was established beginning in January 1939 as a sister publication to Thrilling Wonder Stories. Publishing 99 issues in all, and combining Fantastic Story Magazine and Thrilling Wonder Stories with its ninety-seventh issue, it finally suspended publication in Fall 1955, one of the last of the pulps to fold.

GAMMELL, LEON (. (1936- ) (stories). A chronological listing with descriptions of all the novels, then the shorter fiction

GAMMELL, LEON (. A chronological listing with descriptions of all the novels, then the shorter fiction. The lack of an index or alphabetical list makes this less useful than it should be.

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The Annotated Guide to Startling Stories, by Leon L. Gammell, (br) Extrapolation Sum 1987. , Born to Exile.

Leon Gammell was born circa 1871, at birth place, to John Gammell and Zoe Gammell. Leon had 5 siblings: Alphonsine Gammell, Joseph Gammell and 3 other siblings. Leon lived in 1880, at address, Massachusetts. Public Records Index. Leon Laurence Gammell 1936. Leon Laurence Gammell, born 1936. Leon Laurence Gammell was born on month day 1936.

Startling was started as a companion magazine to Thrilling Wonder Stories. Whereas Thrilling Wonder printed only shorter fiction, the policy of Startling was to include a complete novel (albeit sometimes very short) per issue; in its early years the cover bore the legend "A Novel of the Future Complete in This Issue". The magazine was revived in 2007 by Ron Hanna of Wild Cat Books, Winchester, Virginia. The Annotated Guide to Startling Stories (Mercer Island, Washington: Starmont House, 1986). Galactic Central illustrated checklist.

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Providing fast-action science fiction novels, Startling Stories was established beginning in January 1939 as a sister publication to Thrilling Wonder Stories. Publishing 99 issues in all, and combining Fantastic Story Magazine and Thrilling Wonder Stories with its ninety-seventh issue, it finally suspended publication in Fall 1955, one of the last of the pulps to fold. Leon L. Gammell, an avid reader and collector of that period, views that era's stories with both nostalgia and objectivity; his incisive critiques will provide interested readers with numerous guideposts to a wealth of exciting fantasy and SF reading.