The Astounding-Analog Reader
The magazine that has done the most to shape modern science fiction is Astounding Science Fiction, now retitled Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact. Founded in 1929 and first published in January, 1930 as Astounding Stories, it began maturing under the editorship of Harry Bates and moved into its unique position as leader of the field in 1937, when John W. Campbell became editor. For over thirty years his magazine has personified the best in science fiction.
A two volume set co-edited with Harry Harrison.