Clubzine of the Birmingham Science Fiction Club, inscribed by editor Jim Gilpatrick to science fiction writer Grant Carrington.
ANVIL 14 / Vol. 3 No. 2, January-February 1981
With a review of Carl Sagan's "Cosmos" and musings on the foreseeable developments of the personal computer by David Pettus ("Computer experts expect to be able to store one hundred thousand words (a full length novel!) on the same chip in only a few more years. Good God! It will eventually be possible to store entire libraries in the space of a paperback book.")
(Birmingham, AL): 1981. Wraps. Side-stapled illustrated wraps. Light edgewear and scuffing to corners. Toning and postal markings to back cover. INSCRIBED by editor: "Grant -- Suncatcher is out. We''ll send your contributor's copy as soon as we repro enough copies. / Jim." Very good plus. 21pp.
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