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UK pocketbook-size magazine, published irregularly by John Spencer, London; edited (uncredited) by Samuel Assael and Maurice Nahum. Eleven issues 1950-1954 (none in 1951), numbered but undated.
One of the four low-quality Spencer juvenile-sf magazines of the 1950s, the others being Futuristic Science Stories, Wonders of the Spaceways and Worlds of Fantasy. The cover title was Tales of Tomorrow but the contents page gave Tales of To-Morrow. An associated House Name was Hamilton Donne. For more information on Spencer's publications, see Badger Books. [FHP/DRL]
Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction edited by John Clute, David Langford, Peter Nicholls and Graham Sleight.
Accessed 08:43 am on 14 July 2020.