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The Tracer of Lost Persons

Yama: The Pit

by Aleksandr Kuprin

A novel about prostitution in Moscow. From the introduction: It must not be thought, despite its locale, that Kuprin’s “Yama” is a picture of Russian prostitution solely; it is intrinsically universal....

Here and Beyond

The Worlds of If

The Mahatma and the Hare

The Gorgon's Head

Blind Man's Lantern

by Allen Kim Lang

Successful colonies among the stars require interstellar ships—but they require, also, a very special kind of man. A kind you might not think to look for "Blind Man's Lantern".

Compatible

by Richard R. Smith

Richard R. Smith has been writing SF since 1949, "except for the year that I spent climbing up and down hills in Korea." Former office manager for a construction company, and a chess enthusiast, he now writes...

The Ethical Way

by Joseph Farrell

There is a way around every tabu, knock on wood—but just watch out that the wood doesn't knock back!

Mouse Lights

Aerophilia

The Bobbsey Twins in the Great West

The Pygmy Planet

by Jack Williamson

Down into the infinitely small goes Larry on his mission to the Pygmy Planet.

Vittoria Accoramboni

Little Annie's Ramble

The Human Chord

Sound of Terror

by Don Berry

What is more frightening than the fear of the unknown? Johnny found out!

Stamped Caution

by Raymond Z. Gallun

It's a funny thing, but most monsters seem to be of the opinion that it's men who are the monsters. You know, they have a point.

Goodbye, Dead Man!

by Tom W. Harris

Mattup had killed a man, so it was logical he should be punished. It was Danny who came up with the idea of leaving him with the prophecy—

Greville Fane