Help! Urgent Request for SF Magazine Info

I don’t have the page numbers for the following stories. If anyone out there has them I’d sure appreciate your sharing said knowledge with me. And, yes, please pass this along to anyone you think might be able to help.

Your reward for helping me out? You get your name in the acknowledgments for Daughters of Earth.

Asimov, Isaac. “Profession,” Astounding Science Fiction, (July 1957):

—. “The Mule,” Astounding Science Fiction, (Nov-Dec 1945):

Hamilton, Edmond, “The Man Who Evolved,” Wonder Stories (April 1931):

Piper, H. Beam. “Omnilingual,” Astounding Science Fiction, (Feb 1957):

Reed, Kit. “To Lift a Ship,” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, (April 1962):

Sheldon, Raccoona. “The Screwfly Solution.” Analog (June 1977):

Tuttle, Lisa, and George R. R. Martin. “The Storms of Windhaven.” Analog (May 1975):

Wilhelm, Kate. “The Chosen,” in Damon Knight, ed., Orbit 6. New York: Putman, 1970.

And, yes, I realise the last one isn’t a magazine.

For those wondering, nope, still not finished with the ms. of Daughters.


  1. Tim Pratt on #

    Sending you an e-mail now, with all the page #s except for “The Man Who Evolved” (couldn’t find that issue).

  2. Justine on #

    Tim: wow! you are my hero! Thank you!

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  4. Justine on #

    Yeah! Sigh. I’m so happy. Just. Too. Damned. Tired. To. Post. About. It. Sleep now . . .

  5. Pauline Dickinson on #

    I’ve only just seen this request, Justine. Rare Books says pp.1266-1277 for Hamilton’s “Man who evolved”.


  6. Justine on #

    Many thanks, Pauline. Very much appreciated! You, too, are my hero!

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