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By Earthlight

by Bryce Walton

Humanity is poised for a major technological breakthrough with the introduction and maiden voyage of a state-of-the-art rocket. But in the days leading up to the launch, a nefarious plot is hatched that could...

Thy Name Is Woman

by Bryce Walton

In the distant future, it is discovered that due to a quirk in human biology, women are able to withstand the rigors of long-term space flight in a way that men can't. The women of Earth promptly exploit this...

The Underground City

by Jules Verne

Now widely lauded for his role as a key innovator in the genre of science fiction, French author Jules Verne broke new ground with the publication of titles such as Journey to the Center of the Earth and Twenty...

Man of Many Minds

by E. Everett Evans

Fans of golden-era science fiction will relish the strong characterization and intriguing plot twists of E. Everett Evans' coming-of-age novel Man of Many Minds. George Hanlon is a cadet on the verge of graduating...

The British Barbarians

by Grant Allen

This amusing science-fiction-tinged satire centers on an anthropologist sent from the future to make a study of British society in the late nineteenth century. Bertram Ingledew comprehensively documents and...

Up Against It

by M. J. Locke & M.J. Locke

Geoff and his friends live in Phocaea, a distant asteroid colony on the Solar System's frontier. They're your basic high-spirited young adults, enjoying such pastimes as hacking matter compilers to produce dancing...


Hellhole #1

by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson

Only the most desperate colonists dare to make a new home on Hellhole. Reeling from a recent asteroid impact, tortured with horrific storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, and churning volcanic eruptions,...

The Trains That Climb the Winter Tree

by Michael Swanwick & Eileen Gunn

When the elves come out of the mirrors one Christmas, they send Sasha on a harrowing train trip to get back a brother she never knew she had.

All The Time In The World

by J Harvey Haggard

The boy was tall and handsome and ... red. ...This boy, whom he had always thought of as his son. Excerpt Stephan Wentworth had not had such a good laugh for as long as he could remember. He had spent twenty...

Tyrants Need To Be Loved

by Murray Leinster

Here is a sardonic tale which proves once again that... TYRANTS NEED TO BE LOVED Excerpt Doctor Zoch had said that nobody wants to be loved as much as a tyrant, because to be all-powerful is to live in constant...


by Fritz Leiber

Jonathan told her not to touch the switches, but it was cold and lonely and isolated... Excerpt Mariana had been living in the big villa and hating the tall pine trees around it for what seemed like an eternity...

I Want You! I Want You!

by Solomon Scheele

When is a fantasy not a fantasy? When it tells the story of the true secret desire of every man - whether he's made a deal with Satan or not. Excerpt Killing the black cock had been unpleasant enough, but draining...

The Great Dome On Mercury

by Arthur Leo Zagat

Trapped in the great dome, Darl valiantly defends Earth's outpost against the bird-man of Mars and his horde of pigmy henchmen. Excerpt Darl Thomas mopped the streams of perspiration from his bronzed face and...

Foundling On Venus

by John de Courcy & Dorothy 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...


by Basil Wells

The rules of a duel between gentlemen are quite different from the rules of war between nations. Is it because gentlemen do not fight wars, or is it that men in war cease to be gentlemen? Excerpt The bullet...

Second Sight

by Basil Wells

Basil Wells, who lives in Pennsylvania, writes that he has been doing research concerning the keelboat age prior to and following the War of 1812 on the "locally famous section of portage-keelboat-rafting stream...

Moment of Truth

by Basil Wells

Basil Wells, who lives in Pennsylvania, has been doing research concerning life in the area during the period prior to and following the War of 1812. Here he turns to a different problem--the adjustment demanded...

First Born

by Mary Armock

I wonder what dying is. And death. I listened hard and heard Mother talking about it, but I guess even she doesn't know. Excerpt Mother talks to me a lot. I'm even getting so I can talk to her a little. I think...

The Healer

by Michael Blumlein

Payne is a member of a minority offshoot of humanity called Grotesques, or Tesques, who are distinguished by a cranial deformity and an extra orifice in their chest. A small percentage of Tesques have the ability...

Blood and Iron

Penrose #2

by Tony Ballantyne

Appointed Commander of the Emperor’s Army of Sangrel, Wa-Ka-Mo-Do of Ko tries to establish relations between the existing robot population and the humans who have recently arrived on Yukawa.

On the continent...