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Brknk's Bounty

by Gerald Allan Sohl

From a feature writer to feature attraction—now there's a real booze-to-riches success story!

A Life In Pictures

by Mark Ward

“A Life In Pictures” manages to be absurd and touching at the same time, a buddy movie of an entirely different story.

The Pupil

Post Haste

by Robert Michael Ballantyne

This tale is founded chiefly on facts furnished by the Postmaster-General's Annual Reports, and gathered, during personal intercourse and investigation, at the General Post-Office of London and its Branches....

The Keepers of the King's Peace

Mr. Menzies' Baby Elephant

by William Murray Graydon

A traveler who goes around the world necessarily sees a great deal. This ruby ring which I wear on my finger was purchased at Colombo, the capital of Ceylon, and it always reminds me of a very amusing thing...

The Big Bounce

by Walter Tevis

Seeing it in action, anybody would quaver in alarm: What hath Farnsworth overwrought?

Cord and Creese

The Lady of Blossholme

In the Cage

The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds

by Francis Flagg

Little did Prof. Reubens suspect what his atom-tampering would set loose upon the world.

The Wealth of Echindul

by Noel Miller Loomis

Though he carried with him the loot of the ages, who in The Pass—that legalized city of vice and corruption—would dare risk his neck to help Russell, the Hard Luck Man of the Swamps?

Alone Again Or

Jack’s Gift

by Jason Stoddard

Metropolis meets Miracle On 34th Street; grit with a lot of heart.

Cerebrum

by Albert Teichner

For thousands of years the big brain served as a master switchboard for the thoughts and emotions of humanity. Now the central mind was showing signs of decay ... and men went mad.

A Scientist Rises

by Desmond Winter Hall

The face of the giant was indeed that of a god....

The Diseases of Purgatory, Pt. 6

The Seven Vagabonds

Master of None

by Lloyd Neil Goble

The advantages of specialization are so obvious that, today, we don't even know how to recognize a competent syncretist!

Joy Ride

by Mark Meadows

Men or machines—something had to give—though not necessarily one or the other. Why not both?