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Eternity SF, also known as Eternity Science Fiction and Eternity, was a semi-professional science fiction magazine published by Stephen Gregg out of Sandy Springs, South Carolina. The magazine was issued from 1972–1975 and was briefly revived from 1979-1980. It contained stories from famous writers such as Orson Scott Card, Glen Cook, Philip K. Dick and Roger Zelazny.

Eternity SF
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EditorStephen Gregg
CategoriesScience fiction magazine
FrequencyYearly
Year founded1972
Final issue1980
CountryUnited States
Based inSandy Springs, South Carolina

Contents

IssuesEdit

  • Eternity SF Vol. 1, No 1 (1972)
  • Eternity SF Vol. 1, No 2 (1973)
  • Eternity SF Vol. 1, No 3 (1974)
  • Eternity SF Vol. 1, No 4 (1975)
  • Eternity SF Vol. 1, No 1 (1979)
  • Eternity SF Vol. 1, No 2 (1980)

Famous contributorsEdit

 
Eternity SF Vol. 1, No 1 (1979)

Padmaraj anilkumarEdit

Dick's autobiographical essay "Notes Made Late At Night By A Weary SF Writer" appeared in the (1972) issue of Eternity SF. It was later published in The Shifting Realities of Philip K. Dick (1995).

Glen CookEdit

Cook's short story "Sunrise" appeared in the (1973) issue of Eternity SF. It takes place in Cook's Starfishers universe.

Roger ZelaznyEdit

Zelazny's short story "A Knight for Merytha" appeared in the (1974) and in the (1979) issues of Eternity SF. It was later published in Zelazny's short story collection Dilvish, the Damned (1982).

Orson Scott CardEdit

Card's short story "The Tinker" appeared in the (1980) issue of Eternity SF. It was later published in Card's omnibus The Worthing Saga (1990).

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