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Wonder Stories
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PublicationJanuary 1934 | Price: $0.25 | Pages: 132 | Cover Artist: Paul
PublisherContinental Publications | Editor : Hugo Gernsback
Notes
  • Page numbers run 545-672.
  • Contents page states publication on the 1st of the preceding month.
  • Cover illustrates "Moon Plague."
  • Cover art is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • Interior art is credited at the start of each story.
  • Story art for "The Exile of the Skies (Part 1 of 3)" on page 550 is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • Story art for "The Man from Ariel" on page 604 is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • Story art for "To-day's Yesterday" on page 608 is credited to "Winter"; the artwork is signed "Lumen Winter."
  • Story art for "When Reptiles Ruled" on page 618 is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • "The Secret of the Microcosm" is translated from the German by Francis M. Currier. Story art on page 622 is credited to "Winter"; the artwork is signed "Lumen Winter."
  • Story art for "Moon Plague" on page 626 is credited to "Winter"; the artwork shows no signature.
  • "Garfield's Invention" is translated from the German by Francis M. Currier. Story art on page 642 is credited to "Winter"; the artwork is signed "Lumen Winter."
  • Story art for "Evolution Satellite (Part 2 of 2)" on page 648 is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • "Our New Policy" describes a new editorial push for stories that are more adult while still relying on good science.
  • "Science in Fiction" is reprinted from the New York Times for 15 October 1933.
  • "What Is Your Science Knowledge?" is a list of questions about science facts. With each is listed the story page number on which the answer can be found.
  • "The Reader Speaks" is a letters column.
  • "Science Questions and Answers" is also a letters feature, but deals more narrowly with science questions.
 
Page: 549Wonders of Micro-Life - essay by Hugo Gernsback
 
Page: 550The Exile of the Skies (Part 1 of 3) - serial by Richard Vaughan
Page: 550The Exile of the Skies (Part 1 of 3) - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 604The Man from Ariel - by Donald A. Wollheim
Page: 604The Man from Ariel - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 608To-day's Yesterday - by Rice Ray
Page: 608To-day's Yesterday - interior artwork by Winter
 
Page: 618When Reptiles Ruled - by Duane N. Carroll
Page: 618When Reptiles Ruled - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 622The Secret of the Microcosm - by F. Golub
Page: 622The Secret of the Microcosm - interior artwork by Winter
 
Page: 626Moon Plague - by Raymond Z. Gallun
Page: 626Moon Plague - interior artwork by Winter
 
Page: 642Garfield's Invention - by Leo am Bruhl
Page: 642Garfield's Invention - interior artwork by Winter
 
Page: 648Evolution Satellite (Part 2 of 2) - serial by J. Harvey Haggard
Page: 648Evolution Satellite (Part 2 of 2) - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 655Our New Policy - essay by The Editors of Wonder Stories
 
Page: 656Impressions of the Planets-Venus - poem by Richard F. Searight
 
Page: 657Science in Fiction - essay by uncredited
 
Page: 659The Riddle - poem by Al Browne
 
Page: 660What Is Your Science Knowledge? (Wonder Stories, January 1934) - essay by uncredited
 
Page: 661Science Questions and Answers (Wonder Stories, January 1934) - essay by various
 
Page: 662Letter (Planets and Telescopes) - essay by Virginia Kidd
 
Page: 663The Reader Speaks (Wonder Stories, January 1934) - essay by various
 
Page: 667|667.2Letter (More Back Numbers) - essay by Henry Hasse
 
Page: 667|667.1Letter (The Scienceers) (Wonder Stories, January 1934) - essay by Allen Glasser
 
Page: 669Letter (From a Very Active Fan) - essay by Forrest J. Ackerman
 
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