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The Old Martians

by Rog Phillips

They opened the ruins to tourists at a dollar a head but they reckoned without The OLD MARTIANS.

The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City

Turnover Point

by Alfred Coppel

Every era in history has had its Pop Ganlon's. Along in years and not successful and not caring much anyway. A matter of living out their years, following an obscure path to oblivion. It was that way in ancient...

Cow-Country

by B.M. Bower

Through hazards, difficulties and dangers, Bob sets out to discover life for himself. With awfully wild terrain and red-Indians around him, he has to find his way. More than the threats posed by nature are those...

The Real Hard Sell

by William W. Stuart

Naturally human work was more creative, more inspiring, more important than robot drudgery. Naturally it was the most important task in all the world … or was it?

Roderick Hudson

Disturbing Sun

by Richard Shirley Richardson

This, be it understood, is fiction--nothing but fiction--and not, under any circumstances, to be considered as having any truth whatever to it. It's obviously utterly impossible... isn't it?

Two Plus Two Makes Crazy

by Walter J. Sheldon

Walt Sheldon is bitter-bright in this imaginative short satire of Man's sell-out by a group of staunch believers in the infallibility of numbers. The Computer could do no wrong. Then it was asked a simple little...

Generals Help Themselves

by M.C. Pease

With no one to help him, it seemed the General was lost. But the enemy was soon to discover that— Generals Help Themselves.

The Gates of Chance

The Radiant Shell

Direct Wire

by Clee Garson

Mort and Mike got strange calls on this phone; they didn't come through Central!

The Tears of the Moon

Not Under Forty

The Mad Hatter

This World Must Die!

by Horace Brown Fyfe

Social living requires the elimination, or at very best, the modification of many elements necessary to survival in "nature". And when an emergency arises, very often it is the person who would be considered...

Seventeen

The Bell Tone

by Edmund H. Leftwich

It is no use. It's too late. The earth--I must dig--alone.

Dawn of All

Weak on Square Roots

by Russell Burton

Does your wife call you Pumpkinhead? Well, maybe it's not an insult; it might be a pet name. Ah—but whose pet name?