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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...

The Sword and the Atopen

by Taylor H. Greenfield

The conversion of light into electricity by spectrum is an interesting possibility. The idea of using foreign proteins on the human system to repel enemies, is also interesting. Do you get it? We didn't either...

The Street

Son Of The White Wolf

The Bobbsey Twins at the Seashore

The Altar at Midnight

by Cyril Michael Kornbluth

Doing something for humanity may be fine--for humanity--but rough on the individual!

Opener of the Ways

Crucial Instances

Tidal Moon

Graves and Goblins

The Gorgon's Head

Pink and White Tyranny

The Link

The Crack of Doom

by Robert Cromie

The rough notes from which this narrative has been constructed were given to me by the man who tells the story. For obvious reasons I have altered the names of the principals, and I hereby pass on the assurance...

The Minotaur

Sketches From Memory

A Matter of Interest

To Choke an Ocean

by Jesse Franklin Bone

Gourmets all agree that nothing can beat oysters on the half-shell—not even the armed might of the Terran Confederation!

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The Hands

by Richard Sternbach

The story of the creation, in all its majesty, was written in six hundred words. Will the destruction be told as briefly?