Tuesday, 24 November 2009

ANALOG DECEMBER 1963

Cover painting by John Schoenherr, illustrating Frank Herbert's Dune World.

Interior illustration by John Schoenherr, for Dune World by Frank Herbert.
 "Herbert's last great novel was a tale of men under pressure of war and deep water. This is a story of men under pressure of politics and the dehydration of a waterless world..."
Interior illustration by John Schoenherr, for Dune World by Frank Herbert.
 "In the week before their departure to Arrakis, when all the final scurrying about had reached a near unbearable frenzy, an old crone of a woman came to visit the mother of the boy, Paul."
Interior illustration by John Schoenherr, for Dune World by Frank Herbert.
 "Stamp of strangeness," the old woman breathed, and again she shot a glance at Jessica, returned her attention to Paul. "tell me truly now, Paul, do you often dream a thing and have the dream happen exactly as you dreamed it?"
Interior illustration by John Schoenherr, for Dune World by Frank Herbert. 
 "Before I go, however, I've a gift for you, something I came across in packing."
Interior illustration by John Schoenherr, for Dune World by Frank Herbert. 
 "The key word was Maker. Maker? Maker. Still, Mapes held the knife as though ready to use it."
Interior illustration by John Schoenherr, for Dune World by Frank Herbert.
 "From the carved headboard slipped a tiny Hunter-Seeker no more than five centimeters long."
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