"Reason" in ASTOUNDING SCIENCE FICTION, APRIL 1941, Volume XXVII, Number 2.
Edition: First printing.
New York: Smith and Street Publications, 1941. First edition - A notable issue of this pulp magazine - it includes the first appearance of Isaac Asimov's "Reason", the second published robot story, later collected in "I, Robot"; Part one of a new serial by L. Sprague De Camp's "The Stolen Dormouse" (featured on the cover); A.E. Van Vogt's "Not the First" and Theodore Sturgeon's novelette "Microcosmic God" which was named one of the best science fiction stories of all time by the Science Fiction Writers of America in 1970; the novelette "The Mutineers" by L. Ron Hubbard writing as Kurt von Rachen and more. Illustrations, ads. 162 pp.
Condition: Very good overall - significant toning to the pages, but they are still supple, covers are attractive and spine is straight.