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Oogie Finds Love

by Berkeley Livingston

It took a fierce battle with the prehistoric Cro-Magnons, and a modern wrestling match with the Russian Bear, before Oogie, the Caveman, finally won beautiful Sala for his woman

Phalanxes of Atlans

by FVW Mason

Only in dim legends did mankind remember Atlantis and the Lost Tribes-until Victor Nelson's extraordinary adventure in the unknown arctic.

Hammer of Thor

by Charles W Diffin

Like the Hammer of Thor was the clash of Danny O'Rourke with the mysterious giant of space.

Of Stegners Folly

by Richard Shaver

When a twenty-foot goddess walked out of the jungle, they knew Stegner wasn't kidding.

Vacation on Earth

by Richard E Lowe

The Earthians were horribly split up internally. But Kcid took a man's delight in inhabiting them.

Ready Made Nightmare

by Bill Majesky

A man likes to have his accomplishments recognized. He likes to be acclaimed for his successes. So it was mighty frustrating to Tom Travis when he couldn't bring back a single scrap of evidence to prove his-Ready-Made...

The Power and the Glory

by Charles W Diffin

"And I would have been the greatest man in the world

Sphere of Sleep

by Chester Geier

Brad Nelson had a perfect way to kill Big Tim without any danger of being accused. Then his foot slipped and he was hurled into an unknown world.

Monsters of Moyen

by Arthur J Burks

""Who is that man?"" asked a young lady passenger of the steward, with the imperious inflection which tells of riches able to force obedience from menials who labor for hire. She pointed a bejeweled finger at...

City of the Dead

by GM Martin

They called Launn a city of the dead. Its Martian peoples lay frozen in their tracks. But were they really dead--or only asleep?

A Prize for Edie

by JF Bone

The Committee had, unquestionably, made a mistake. There was no doubt that Edie had achieved the long-sought cancer cure ... but awarding the Nobel Prize was, nonetheless, a mistake ... Note: super short

And Devious the Line of Duty

by Tom Godwin

Sometimes the most diligent and loyal thing an old man can do is fumble, drink beer, and let a young man get into trouble....

The Solar Magnet

by Capt SP Meek

Another episode in Dr. Bird's long scientific duel with his country's arch-enemy, Saranoff.

Second Variety

by Philip K Dick

The claws were bad enough in the first place-nasty, crawling little death robots. But when they began to imitate their creators, it was time for the human race to make peace-if it could!

Never in a Thousand Years

by Wynne N Whiteford

Coincidence, was this - a trail leading through many centuries - and pointing to but one man?

Giants On The Earth

by Capt SP Meek

The yoke of Jovian oppression rests heavily on the dwellers of Earth-until Damis, the Nepthalim, comes forward to lead them in spirited revolt.

The Fifth Dimension Catapult

by Murray Leinster & Arthur Zagat

The story of Tommy Reames extraordinary rescue of Professor Denham and his daughter-marooned in the fifth dimension.


by Jacques Jean Ferrat

The patriarch had the strength and courage of a young man. But only the wisdom of the very old could prevent a terrible war.

The Man from 2071

by Sewell Peaslee Wright

Out of the flow of time there appears to Commander John Hanson a man of mystery from the forgotten past.

An Offering to the Moon

by Clark Ashton Smith

Join Morley and Thorway on their exploration of the temples of Mu. Were they devoted to peaceful solar worship... or a something darker?