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The Seventh Order

by Gerald Allan Sohl

History is filled with invincible conquerors. This one from space was genuinely omnipotent, but that never keeps humanity from resisting!

Pet Farm

by Roger D. Aycock

The next worst thing to hell is being shanghaied into the Paradise of an alien planet!

The Animated Pinup

by Lewis Parker

You're not expected to believe this story since it's the kind of thing that science calls impossible. But anyway, she happened. Who? Why—

Voyage To Eternity

by Stephen Marlowe

Temple faced leaving Earth—and the girl he loved—if his country drafted him. But the hard part was in knowing he'd never return!...

The Mind Digger

by Winston K. Marks

There was a reason why his scripts were smash hits—they had realism. And why not? He was reliving every scene and emotion in them!

Brink of Madness

by Walter J. Sheldon

C.I.B. Agent Pell used his head, even if he did rely on hunches more than on the computer. In fact, when the game got rough, he found that to use his head, he first had to keep it....

The Holes Around Mars

by Jerome Bixby

Science said it could not be, but there it was. And whoosh—look out—here it is again!

The Prophetic Camera

by John McGreevey

Joey knew the old man had somehow faked his pictures; after all, nobody could photograph the future. But then the future began to happen!

Black Man's Burden

by Mack Reynolds

The turmoil in Africa is only beginning—and it must grow worse before it's better. Not until the people of Africa know they are Africans—not warring tribesmen—will there be peace....

No Strings Attached

by Lester Del Rey

Poor Henry was an unhappy husband whose wife had a habit of using bad clichès. Alféar was a genii who was, quite like most humans, a creature of habit. Their murder compact was absolutely perfect, with—No...

Human Error

by Raymond Fisher Jones

The government was spending a billion dollars to convince the human race that men ought to be ashamed to be men—instead of errorless, cybernetics machines. But they forgot that an errorless man is a dead man....

Shock Absorber

by E. G. von Wald

A man acts on what he believes the facts are, not on the facts. He lives or dies by what the facts are. Now sometimes you don't have time to correct a man's beliefs, yet he must act correctly....

Fair and Warmer

by E. G. von Wald

Tensor's melancholia threatened to disturb the entire citizenry, and that was most uncivil! So—if these peculiar aliens caused him this distress, by provoking his intellectual curiosity, the remedy was for...

World Without War

by E. G. von Wald

Cooperation was all right back in the dark ages but this was an era of super culture and hi-psi intelligence. And love was no laughing matter. People who cooperated, even biologically, were unlawful and....

The House from Nowhere

by Arthur G. Stangland

Time-travel continues to exercise its mesmeric fascination upon writers, readers and editors of science fiction alike. Probably because almost all of us, at one time or another, have longed greatly to visit...

The Black Tide

by Arthur G. Stangland

Space in its far dark reaches can be fickle with a man; it can shatter his dreams, fill him with fear and hate. It can also cure a man—if he is strong enough.

At the Post

by Horace Leonard Gold

How does a person come to be scratched from the human race? Psychiatry did not have the answer—perhaps Clocker's turf science did!

Deepfreeze

by Robert Donald Locke

Life and the future belong to the strong—so Dollard laughed as he fled Earth and Mankind's death agony. But the last laugh was yet to come....

Rich Living

by Michael Cathal

No other planet in the entire Galaxy was at all like Rejuvenal ... it was the only world worth one's whole fortune for a short visit!

Big Stupe

by Charles V. de Vet

Smart man, Bruckner—he knew how to handle natives ... but they knew even better how to deal with smart terrestrials!