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Accidental Flight

by Floyd L. Wallace

Outcasts of a society of physically perfect people, they couldn't stay and they couldn't go home again—yet there had to be some escape for them. Oddly enough, there was!

Cost of Living

by Robert Sheckley

If easy payment plans were to be really efficient, patrons' lifetimes had to be extended!

Warrior Race

by Robert Sheckley

Destroying the spirit of the enemy is the goal of war and the aliens had the best way!

Zen

by Jerome Bixby

Because they were so likable and intelligent and adaptable--they were vastly dangerous

The Hell Ship

by Raymond Alfred Palmer

The passengers rocketed through space in luxury. But they never went below decks because rumor had it that Satan himself manned the controls of The Hell Ship.

Twelve Times Zero

by Howard Browne

It was a love-triangle murder that made today's headlines but the answer lay hundreds of thousands of light years away!

The Moon is Green

by Fritz Reuter Leiber Jr.

Anybody who wanted to escape death could, by paying a very simple price--denial of life!

The Ego Machine

by Henry Kuttner

When a slightly mad robot drunk on AC, wants you to join an experiment in optimum ecology—don't do it! After all, who wants to argue like Disraeli or live like Ivan the Terrible?

The Leech

by Robert Sheckley

A visitor should be fed, but this one could eat you out of house and home ... literally!

The Old Martians

by Rog Phillips

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

Shock Treatment

by Stanley Mullen

"I'll give you the cure for the most horrible disease," Songeen said. "The sickness of life itself." Newlin replied, "Fine. But first, give me a couple of minutes to kill your husband. Then we'll go on from...

The Clean and Wholesome Land

by Ralph Sholto

Utopia had been reached. All the problems of mankind had been solved. It was the perfect State. If you doubted it, you died.

Manners of the Age

by Horace Brown Fyfe

With everyone gone elsewhere, Earth was perfect for gracious living—only there was nothing gracious about it!

The Altar at Midnight

by Cyril Michael Kornbluth

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

Black Eyes and the Daily Grind

by Stephen Marlowe

The little house pet from Venus didn't like New York, so New York had to change.

Freudian Slip

by Franklin Abel

Things are exactly what they seem? Life is real? Life is earnest? Well, that depends.

A Thought For Tomorrow

by Robert E. Gilbert

Any intolerable problem has a way out—the more impossible, the likelier it is sometimes!

Vital Ingredient

by Charles V. de Vet

It is man's most precious possession—no living thing can exist without it. But when they gave it to Orville, it killed him. For the answer, read 1/M.

Let There Be Light

by Horace Brown Fyfe

No matter what the future, one factor must always be reckoned with—the ingenuity of the human animal.

Thompson's Cat

by Robert Moore Williams

The weird, invisible insect depopulated an entire planet. Now it was felling Thompson's crew as his ship hurtled toward the sun ... certain death for all, including the disease carrier. Forgotten in the panic...