Typed Letter, signed (“Isaac Asimov”), 26 April 1987, a note of encouragement to a young fan. Asimov.
Typed Letter, signed (“Isaac Asimov”), 26 April 1987, a note of encouragement to a young fan

The Golden Age of Science Fiction Is 13

Typed Letter, signed (“Isaac Asimov”), 26 April 1987, a note of encouragement to a young fan.

New York: 26 April 1987.

One page, on his personal letterhead, signed in ink, with the mailing envelope return address: Nightfall, Inc.). 1 vols. 12mo. The Golden Age of Science Fiction Is 13. A bit toned, worn along one edge. Very good Item #314920

Polymath and best-selling author Isaac Asimov writes a young fan a few words of encouragement:

“Bob Zicklin gave me your story to read. Very grim, but interesting. It is certainly far better than anything I could have written at the age of 13-1/2. I would like to show it to the editor of my magazine. I don’t think he can use it, but if you continue to write stories, I would want you to submit them to the various magazines and they might as well get to know your name.” [Signed:] Isaac Asimov.

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