The Golden Barge was written by Michael Moorcock in the 50s and first published in 1978. This edition was published in 1984 by New English Library, and contained introductions by Michael Moorcock and M. John Harrison.
It doesn’t, unfortunately, say who drew the cover illustration or any of the interior illustrations anywhere, so I don’t know who they are by. The interior illustrations look a little bit like the illustrations in Island of the Lizard King, though, which were drawn by Alan Langford, so maybe he also drew these. I do not know.
These are the adverts and other non-content pages from the August 1963 edition of the British edition of The Magazine Of Fantasy And Science Fiction. It was published by Atlas Publishing, by arrangement with Mercury Press.
There’s not really much order or coherence to this post. It’s mostly just some adverts from some random old comics I’ve got lying around, plus the rest of the non-comics stuff from each one.
I really love old adverts, when they’ve been safely divested of their powers by the passage of time.
All Star Squadron – April 1986
Firestorm – The Nuclear Man – July 1987
Detective Comics – October 1989
Alpha Flight – February 1990
Dr. Fate – June 1990
Excalibur – November 1991
Tomorrow Stories #5 – December 1999
A Book Of Nonsense is a collection of poetry and illustrations by Mervyn Peake, first published in 1972 by Peter Owen Ltd. This edition was published by Penguin in 1983.
It’s my parents’ 40th wedding anniversary this weekend, and these are their wedding photos.