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Dimension6: annual collection 2016

by Emillie Colyer, Simon Petrie & Keith Stevenson

Dimension6 magazine takes you on a journey beyond the borders of the real. Our third annual collection features stories from some of the best Australian and overseas writers working in the field today.


A World Apart

by Sam Merwin, Jr.

Most men of middle age would welcome a chance to live their lives a second time. But Coulter did not.

Be It Ever Thus

by Robert Moore Williams

Men have fought and died for life and liberty since the beginning of time, and they will continue the fight until time finally comes to an end. Here is a thoroughly readable story about just such a situation—a...

Collector's Item

by Robert F. Young

We’ve often wondered what would happen if Robert Young should cease to be a lyrically intense writer for a story or two, forsaking the bright, poetic worlds of miss katy three and the first sweet sleep of...

Crossroad's of Destiny

by H. Beam Piper

Readers who remember the Hon. Stephen Silk, diplomat extraordinary, in Lone Star Planet (FU, March 1957), later published as A Planet For Texans (Ace Books), will find the present story a challenging departure—this...

Made in Tanganyika

by Carl Jacobi

Come, enjoy a Carl Jacobi field day—backed by his vivid, irresistible imagination and his keen sense of fun. Or was it so funny for Martin Sutter? For, unlike him, you’ll surely be cautious the next time...

Foundling on Venus

by John de Courcy

Venus was the most miserable planet in the system, peopled by miserable excuses for human beings. And somewhere among this conglomeration of boiling protoplasm there was a being unlike the others, a being who...

G-r-r-r . . . !

by Roger Arcot

Roger Arcot explores the fringes of a really never forgotten world, the introduction to which is an aged manuscript De Necromantiae, and the wish, not too repressed, to pledge your soul to the Devil! There are...

It's All Yours

by Sam Merwin, Jr.

It was a strange and bitter Earth over which the Chancellor ruled—a strange and deformed world. There were times when the Chancellor suspected that he really was a humanistic old fool, but this seemed to be...

No Hiding Place

by Richard R. Smith

Turnabout may not always be fair play in the gulfs between the stars. But so destructive and malicious are the Agronians of this story that we can readily forgive Richard Smith for filling their ship with an...

Now We Are Three

by Joe L. Hensley

It didn’t matter that he had quit. He was still one of the guilty. He had seen it in her eyes and in the eyes of others.

Operation Earthworm

by Joe Archibald

Septimus Spink didn’t need to read Jules Verne’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth.” He had more amazing ideas of his own.

Out of the Earth

by George Edrich

This is not a story about the Dero! This is a story about a lost people—a persuasive and haunting story about a people, in a not too distant future, who have been forgotten by history. And it is the story...

Rex ex Machina

by Frederic Max

The domination of the minds of tractable Man is not new. Many men have dreamed of it. Certainly some of them have tried. This man succeeded.

Second Sight

by Basil Wells

Then his hand caught an arm and he exerted his full strength. The entire arm tore away from its shoulder . . . .

Small World

by William F. Nolan

What will happen when the alien ships strike Earth? And later? Who will survive? What will life be like in that latter-day jungle? William F. Nolan, well known in SF circles on the West Coast, returns with this...

The Cartels Jungle

by Irving E. Cox, Jr.

In most ideally conceived Utopias the world as it exists is depicted as a mushrooming horror of maladjustment, cruelty and crime. In this startlingly original short novel that basic premise is granted, but only...

The Flying Cuspidors

by V.R. Francis

This was love, and what could be done about it? It’s been happening to guys for a long time, now.

The Hohokam Dig

by Theodore Pratt

From where had these attacking Indians come? Out of a long forgotten and dim past? Had their medicine man seen the one supreme vision?

The Laminated Woman

by Evelyn E. Smith

When you consider the varieties of people who will in all probability populate the near future the irrepressible George Gannett of this utterly delightful excursion into the star-bright realms of unorthodox...