1953R. Silverberg1952—In Review in Spaceship (#20) Jan. 6
There were some hum-dingers and new fanzines. [...] Plus apazines of all descriptions, and one-shots too numerous to mention and often just unmentionable. But you get the idea.
1967R. SilverbergJet-Propelled Birdbath in Algol (#12) 18 Mar. 22
The toastmaster (Bloch? Asimov?) announced that Harlan and a quondam fan of great gifts named Dave Ish had sold a story to Tony Boucher’s F&SF. A beaming Harlan confirmed the revelation: the story was called ‘Monkey Business’, I think, and was 2500 words long, and the payment had been $100. As a fledgling neopro myself, I felt the tinge of admiration well mixed with envy. But the announcement was in error.
1973R. SilverbergShip-Sister, Star-Sister in R. Elwood Frontiers 1: Tomorrow’s Alternatives 95
There is no energy interface between realspace and nospace, no opportunity for any kind of electromagnetic intrusion. That much had been amply demonstrated long before any manned voyages were undertaken.
1959‘C. D. Hammer’Monsters Came at Night in Super-Science Fiction Oct. 41/2
There were two of them this night. One at each side of his bed, their bodies changing form with protean rapidity, undulating through metamorphosis after revolting metamorphosis. [...] Through shape-change after shape-change the eerie visitors went.