Infinity Science Fiction
Infinity Science Fiction (also known as Infinity) was a short-lived American science fiction magazine. It was published from November 1955 to November 1958 and released a total of 20 issues. The editor of the magazine was Larry T. Shaw. Beginning in 1970, using the "Infinity" title, Lancer Books issued a series of anthologies of (mostly) original short sf stories edited by Robert Hoskins, which were presented as "the lineal descendant of Infinity Science Fiction of fond memory."
Notable stories in Infinity Science FictionEdit
- "Glowworm" by Harlan Ellison (February 1956; Ellison's first magazine publication after his sale to EC Comics)
- "Dio" by Damon Knight (September 1957)
- "Lenny" by Isaac Asimov (January 1958)
- "The Star" by Arthur C. Clarke (November 1955; Hugo Award, best short story)
- "The Sickness" by William Tenn (November 1955)