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The Children of the Pool

Breakaway

by Stanley Gimble

She surely got her wish ... but there was some question about getting what she wanted.

The Good Neighbors

by Edgar Pangborn

You can’t blame an alien for a little inconvenience--as long as he makes up for it!

The Village Uncle

Of Time and Texas

by William F. Nolan

Twenty-eight-year-old William Nolan, another newcomer to the field, introduces us to the capricious Time Door of Professor C. Cydwick Ohms, guaranteed to solve the accumulated problems of the world of the year...

The Long Voyage

by Carl Richard Jacobi

The secret lay hidden at the end of nine landings, and Medusa-dark was one man's search for it--in the strangest journey ever made.

Sir Dominick Ferrand

Doctor Wortle's School

Christian Gellert's Last Christmas

by Berthold Auerbach

A Christmas short-story extracted from "German Tales".

In the Arena

The Pygmies

Gentle Julia

The Enormous Room

by Horace Leonard Gold

One big name per story is usually considered to be sufficient. So when two of them appear in one by-line, it can certainly be called a scoop; so that's what we'll call it. H. L. Gold and science-fiction go together...

Homesick

by Lyn Venable

What thrill is there in going out among the stars if coming back means bitter loneliness?

The Flirt

Feline Red

by Robert Sampson

It was up to Jerill to think fast ... to do something ... before those strange beasts sucked away the last purified ore on the freighter Bertha.

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?

South Moon Under

The Two Christmas Celebrations, A.D. I. and MDCCCLV.

My Exquisite Corpse