Aliens from Analog

Aliens from Analog is the seventh in a series of anthologies of science fiction stories drawn from Analog magazine and edited by then-current Analog editor Stanley Schmidt. It was first published in paperback by Davis Publications and hardcover by The Dial Press in 1983.[1]

The book collects eleven short stories, novelettes and novellas first published in Analog and its predecessor title Astounding, together with an introduction by Schmidt.

Aliens from Analog
Aliens from Analog
Cover of first edition
Authoredited by Stanley Schmidt
Cover artistWayne Barlowe
SeriesAnalog anthologies
GenreScience fiction short stories
PublisherDavis Publications
Publication date
Media typePrint (paperback)
Pages287 pp.
Preceded byAnalog's War and Peace 
Followed byAnalog: Writers' Choice, Volume II 



  1. ^ Aliens from Analog title listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
Stanley Schmidt

Stanley Albert Schmidt (born March 7, 1944) is an American science fiction author. Between 1978 and 2012 he served as editor of Analog Science Fiction and Fact magazine.

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