BLUE BOOK, February 1933, “When Worlds Collide”

An outstanding issue of this distinguished, long-running pulp—one of the handful of top all-fiction magazines. In addition to the (literally) earth-shattering climax of the classic SF novel “When Worlds Collide,” this number boasts one of William J. Makin’s popular Red Wolf of Arabia stories, an H. Bedford-Jones tale of adventure in mainland China, a Beatrice Grimshaw yarn laid in the South Seas, and an installment of Clarence New’s long-running series “Free Lances in Diplomacy.” Cover by Joseph Chenowith. Condition: Fine. Clean, bright, tight copy with text block that’s off-white to very lightly yellowed. A great representative issue if you only want one sample.

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Price: $30.00