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Iguanacon. 36th World Science Fiction Convention Iguanacon Two - Page 39. August 30, 1978 - September 4, 1978. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 16, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1984_003/item/815/show/727.

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Iguanacon. (August 30, 1978 - September 4, 1978). 36th World Science Fiction Convention Iguanacon Two - Page 39. Fritz Leiber Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention Flyers & Programs. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1984_003/item/815/show/727

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Title 36th World Science Fiction Convention Iguanacon Two
Creator (Local)
  • Iguanacon
Date August 30, 1978 - September 4, 1978
Description Program book for the 36th World Science Fiction Convention Iguanacon.
Donor Fritz Leiber; Justin Leiber
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Science fiction, American
  • Fantasy fiction, American
Subject.Topical (TGM-1)
  • Meetings
Subject.Name (LCNAF)
  • Leiber, Fritz, 1910-1992
  • Ellison, Harlan
  • Busby, F. M.
  • Nesvadba, Josef
Subject.Name (Local)
  • Bowers, Bill
  • Iguanacon
Subject.Geographic (TGN)
  • Phoenix, Arizona
Genre (AAT)
  • brochures
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Location ID 1984-003, Box 57, Folder 11
Original Collection Fritz Leiber Papers
Digital Collection Fritz Leiber Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention Flyers & Programs
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Transcript ERNEST BRAMAH SMITH 399 GEORGE O. SMITH Fiction [all as Ernest Bramahl Celestial Omnibus, The [C] (Richards, London, 1963, 392 pp., 25/-) Fantasy, 11 stories and 9-p. introduction by John Connell: "The Transmutation of Ling"; "The Vengeance of Tung Fel"; "The Confession of Kai Lung"; "The Encountering of Six Within a Wood", "The Inexorable Justice of the Mandarin Shan Tien"; "The Out- Passing Into a State of Assured Felicity"; "The High-Minded Strategy of the Amiable Hwai-Mei"; "The Malignity of the Depraved Ming Shu"; "Whereby the Angle at Which Events Present Themselves May Be Varied"; "The Story of Prince Ying"; "The Story of the Poet Lao Ping." Kai Lung Omnibus, The [Cl ( ? , London, 1932) (Quality, London, 1936, 626 pp., 5/-) (Saunders, Toronto, $1.50) Includes The Wallet of Kai Lung', Kai Lung's Golden Hours; Kai Lung Unrolls His Mat. Kai Lung Unrolls His Mat (Richards, London, 1928, 343 pp., 7/6) (Doubleday, Garden City [N.Y.], 1928, 320 pp., $2.50) (Cape, London, 1935, 320 pp., 3/6) (Penguin: 108, 1937, 249 pp., pa 6d; #108, 1939; #108, 1941, 222 pp., pa) (in The Kai Lung Omnibus, 1932) Kai Lung's Golden Hours (G. Richards, 1922, vii + 311 pp., 7/6; 1924, xv + 306 pp.) (Doran, 1923, $2.50) (in The Kai Lung Omnibus, 1932) (Penguin: 174, 1938, 280 pp., pa 6d; #174, 1949, 254 pp., pa 1/6) (Xanadu: 3, 1962, 312 pp., pa $1.45) Transmutation of Ling, The (G. Richards, London, 1911, 80 pp., 7/6; 500 copies) Wallet of Kai Lung, The (G. Richards, 1900, 340 pp., 6/-) (Methuen, London, 1917, 254 pp., 1/-) (in The Kai Lung Omnibus, 1932) (Penguin: 39, 1936, 256 pp., pa 1/-) First of the "Kai Lung" series. 9 stories of an amusing and likable rogue and sometime philosopher in a China that never was. Includes "The Transmutation of Ling." SMITH, EVELYN E. (1927—) U.S. author, living in New York. She has written over 40 stories in the science-fiction field, appearing in practically all the magazines, but mainly Galaxy. Probably her most a noted story is "BAXBR" (originally in Time to Come [Derleth], B R 1954; F&SF, Sep 1956). She also makes up crossword puzzles, and has written The Building Book (juvenile). Fiction Perfect Planet, The (Avalon, New York, 1962, 224 pp., $2.95) (Lancer: 72-679, 1963, 144 pp., pa 50$) (// pianeta perfetto [Italian], Cosmo: 132, 1963) A planet originally set up as a health farm for corpulent ladies is recontacted after an interregnum of wars. •ib- Fiction Coming of the Rats, The [pa] (Pike: 203, 1961, 158 pp., pa 50C) (Digit: R862, 1964, 158 pp., pa 2/6) Hoping to survive after an atomic holocaust, Steve Seabrook stocks his retreat with essentials, including cats to fight the proliferating rats. Doomsday Wing [pa] (Monarch: 388, 1963, 124 pp., pa 350 A Soviet officer starts World War III; the U.S. prepares to respond with special planes that could sterilize the planet. Druid's World (Avalon, New York, 1967, 192 pp., $3.25) Story of a future world which follows legends of Earth's past. Forgotten Planet, The (Avalon, 1965, 189 pp., $3.25) A bookish prince must struggle for the throne of a formerly colonial planet. Four Day Weekend, The [pa] (Belmont: B50-699, 1966, 157 pp., pa 50t) Ahens try to take over Earth by secretly reprogramming computerized automobiles to be mankillers. Unending Night, The [pa] (Monarch: 464, 1964, 128 pp., pa 40*) (Notte senza fine [Italian], Cosmo: 178, 1965) (Wie em Feuerball [German], T: 496, 1967) Power reactor explodes and throws Mars into a collision course with Earth. SMITH, GEORGE O(LIVER) (1911-) U.S. engineer and science fiction author. He began dabbling in radio at an early age, and made a career in electronic engineering. He is also interested in astronomy and other sciences. Smith first came to notice in the magazine field with his "Venus Equilateral" stories about interplanetary radio. Smith used the pseudonym "Wesley Long" on several stories, including the novel "One of Three" (SS, Mar 1948). He reviewed books in Space Science Fiction, but has had little original fiction published since The Fourth "R ' in 1959. Series Plutonian Lens [as Wesley Long]. All in ASF: "Circle ^r (Mar 1944); "Latent Image" (May 1944); "Re' 1944); "The Fixer" (May 1945). Venus Equilateral. In ASF: "QRM-Interpk "Calling the Empress" (June 1943) Beam" (Feb 1944), "The Long Wa> 1944); "Firing Line" (Dec 1944); "Pandora's Millions" (June 19^ R* one new story, "Mad Holida> with related background are: (Nov 1945). Fiction Br-Jn Machine, OF SCIENCE FICTION •«'on "¥> NOW READY! Don Tuck's ENCYCLOPEDIA SMITH, GARRET U.S. author; a Mayflower descendant. His fir lished work was poetry, at age 17. After college he went into tf ^^ father's newspaper business; he became night editor of the ' /\ litfj C J\ A/ Tf\ V y \/f}/tJmf* 2 Tribune. In the years before World War II he was-'-nown fo ^* f w ** * "^ ,f ' ^" ** * ' w *"' %M§ ' ' ^ "■ of science fiction stories published in Argosy. Sto *• tS^^iSSS?™*"' Vol. 1: Authors A—L, 298 pages, $25 onhesL^vol. 2: Authors M-Z + Title Index, 252 pages, $25 Fiction \ w Between Worlds (\ „, sr5, 1929, 93 pp., 50C) (FN, July A noted classic of adventu\ Treasures of Tantalus, The [i Oct 1927) Advent's other titles: • THE ISSUE AT HAND, William Atheling, Jr. [James Blish] • MORE ISSUES AT HAND, William Atheling, Jr. • MODERN SCIENCE FICTION , Reginald Bretnor [reprint, forthcoming] • THE SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL, Davenport Heinlein, Kombluth, Bester, Bloch • THE UNIVERSES OF E. E. SMITH, Ellik & Evans • OF WORLDS BEYOND, ed. Lloyd Eshbach • IN SEARCH OF WONDER, SMITH, GEORGE H(ENRY Damon Knight • HEINLEIN IN DIMENSION, Alexei Panshin • SF IN DIMENSION, Alexei & Cory Panshin Vicksburg, Mississippi, he has .. • A REQUIEM FOR ASTOUNDING, Alva Rogers • ALL OUR YESTERDAYS, Harry Warner, Jr. • After graduating from Univ. of Souiu. ^uiiorni*. •»• a ,K- jobs, including bank teller and furniture store manager, u. Write for descriptive price list .^unters an interstellar a career of writing. During World War II he served with the in the South Pacific; one of his hobbies is collecting military ADVENT: PUBLISHERS, INC. *1955) (Gnome> 1956,223 He has written more than 20 paperback novels and apprc -*-***« ^.. **st*%*t/* 1957, 191 pp., pa 35C; short stories and articles P.O.BOX A3228, Chicago, Illinois 60690 hj, Nebula: 44, 1957, IGUANACON PROGRAM BOOK 39