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|1952 - 1952||Quinn Publications||Paul W. Fairman|
|1952 - 1953||Quinn Publications||James L. Quinn|
|1953 - 1954||Quinn Publications||James L. Quinn and Larry T. Shaw|
|1954 - 1958||Quinn Publications||James L. Quinn|
|1958 - 1958||Quinn Publications||Damon Knight|
|1959 - 1961||Galaxy Publishing||H. L. Gold|
|1961 - 1969||Galaxy Publishing||Fred Pohl|
|1969 - 1974||UPD||Ejler Jakobsson|
IF was one of the most successful SF magazines of all time, though it never quite made the front rank. It published many award-winning stories and published Larry Niven's first story, "The Coldest Place".
Awards and Honors
- Best Professional Magazine Hugo for 1966, 1967, and 1968.
Also involved: - Frank Riley - Frederik Pohl - Gray Morrow - John Berry - Michael Gilbert - Paul J. McAuley - Philcon 1963
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