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I have read science fiction since I was about seven years old. That means about forty years now. I live in Tampere, Finland.

I mostly like "harder" sf, I have fairly good collection of Analog magazines. I also have a fair amount of Galaxy magazine from the Gold editorship era.

My (and my family's) book collection is here: (a good amount of magazines and most of my very tall tbr-pile hasn't been entered.)


My books: http://www.librarything.com/catalog.php?view=tpi.kirjat

My reading diary: http://www.librarything.com/catalog.php?view=tpi&shelf=shelf&sort=stamp

But I am moving it to blogger.


Projects

1. There seems to be "a bit" of work to do with Analog magazines from the end of -70s and from -80s. As I have all of them, I will slowly try go through the decade, only something like 100-150 issues will need a complete overhaul... If anyone is interested here is a listing of those Analog I don't have.


2. It would be nice to have Escapepod and Podcastle webaudiomagazines/podcasts entered. Only about 200 of those to be entered.... [done for most part]

3. Finnish translations of books originally published in english. Translations as whole seem to be fairly poorly in the database, even for larger non-english languages, so probably this isn't in any hurry. And I think there is not hardly even 500 or 600 of these, so no biggie...

My SF-magazine reviews:

Analog

1954 August September October November
1955 January
1956 January March
1958 October December
1959 May July August December
1964 March October December
1965 May
1967 January August
1971 January February March April May June July August September
1974 January February March April June July August xx
1975 February March April May June July September October
1976 January February March April May June July
1977 January June July August October November December
1978 March June July August September
1980 April
1992 May September November
1993 February March April
1995 April September December
1996 September November
1997 April July-August
1998 May June July-August October November December
1999 January February April May June July-August September October November December
2000 January February March April May June September October November December
2001 January February March April May June July-August September October November December
2002 July-August September December
2003 March June July-August
2004 January-February April June July-August September November December
2005 January-February March April May June September November
2006 January-February March April May June July-August September
2007 March May June July-August September October November
2008 January-February March June July-August September October November December
2009 January-February March April May June July-August September October November December
2010 January-February March April May June July-August September October November December
2011 January-February March April May June July-August September October November December
2012 January-February March April May June July-August September October November December
2013 January-February March April May June July-August September October November December
2014 January-February March April May June July-August September October November December
2015 January-February March April May June July-August September October November December
2016 January-February March April May [ June] [ July-August] [ September] [ October] [ November] [ December]


Galaxy

1950 October November December
1951 January February March April May June July August September October November December
1952 January February March April May June July August September October November December
1953 January February March April May June July August September October November December
1954 January February March April May June July August September October November December
1955 January February March April May June July

don't read, just something for my copypaste convience


Analytical Laboratory results from Dec -73 issue:

Editorial (Analog)

Biolog

Brass Tacks

In Times to Come (Analog)

Science Fact (Analog)

The Alternate View

The Analytical Laboratory

The Reference Library

Probability Zero

Upcoming Events

On Gaming

Futures (Analog)


Escapepod EP

Stephen Eley

Escape Artists, Inc.

$0.00

mp3 audio

Downloadable from

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