Galaxy Magazine


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The Boy Who Always Said "No" ... childhood dream: to write for Galaxy Magazine . Initially edited by H. L. Gold , Galaxy was the most popular science fiction magazine of the 1950s to 1970s.   In 1993, Harry and his family spent Christmas with H. L. Gold's son, E. J. Gold . During the stay, Harry wrote "The Boy Who Always Said ...
When Harry Met E. J. ... fiction (he was a longtime Galaxy Magazine fan and had the wish to be a Galaxy author since he had first read it as a youngster).   After the excitement following the audition had died down - it took a while, believe me, because nobody in the industry had ever heard anyone quite like Harry ...
E. J. Gold ... edited and published the new Galaxy Magazine . The original Galaxy was edited by his father, the science fiction writer H. L. Gold , whose stories were featured on the radio program "X Minus One ." An early issue of E. J.'s Galaxy magazine featured a short story by Harry called "The Boy Who ...

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