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Accidental Flight

by F. 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!

With These Hands: With linked Table of Contents

by C. M. Kornbluth

No self-respecting artist can object to suffering for his art ... but not in a society where art is outdated by technology!


by Bill Doede

A Konv cylinder was the key to space-but there was one power it could not match!

Amateur in Chancery

by George O. Smith

The creature from Venus didn't know right from left-and life and death hung in the balance!


by Wallace West

A lean wind wails through the age-old avenues of Dawningsburgh. Mornings, it brings sand from surrounding hills and scrubs at fresh paint, neon signs endlessly proclaiming the city's synthetic name and street...

Dream World

by R. A. Lafferty

It was the awfullest dream in the world, no doubt about it. In fact, it seemed to be the only dream there was!

The Lamps of the Angels

by Richard Sabia

The golden guardians denied mankind the stars. They were irresistible in their might ... and they were something more!

The Rag and Bone Men

by Algis Budrys

Unfortunate castaway! Marooned far from home-with nothing to share his loneliness but humans!

Subject to Change

by Ron Goulart

"I could change, you see, and take things as all sorts of odd characters. If I was spotted and followed, I'd try to duck in an alley or a doorway and change again. The clothes are extra. Sometimes I could hide...

Sales Talk

by Con Blomberg

To live different and exciting lives, all I had to do was sign here-and give up my own life!

Extracts from the Galactick Almanack: Music Around the Universe

by Laurence Janifer

Don't take your eye off music ... there is going to be a lot more to it than meets the ear!


by Herbert D. Kastle

How are you going to keep them down on the farm-after they've seen the truth?

Conditionally Human

by Walter M. Miller

They were such cute synthetic creatures, it was impossible not to love them. Of course, that was precisely why they were dangerous!

Charity Case

by Jim Harmon

Certainly I see things that aren't there and don't say what my voice says-but how can I prove that I don't have my health?

Galaxy Science Fiction Super Pack #2: With linked Table of Contents

by Jim Harmon

Edited by H. L. Gold, 'Galaxy Science Fiction' hit the scene in 1950 and quickly became the leading science fiction magazine of its time. 'Galaxy' gave a home to writers that didn't fit into 'Astounding' and...

Born of Fire: The Dawn of Legend

by Dreagen

On a night tinged by a red sky, a mysterious figure, while being pursued by malicious forces, whisks a baby away to the halls of a natural history museum.  There, the baby is found by a museum guard who, after...

A Matter of Protocol

by Jack Sharkey

First Contact was always dangerous-but usually only to the man involved!

A Fall of Glass

by Stanley R. Lee

The weatherman was always right: Temperature, 59; humidity, 47%; occasional light showers-but of what?

Solid Solution

by James Stamers

Brilliant? A genius? David Adam Smith had the brains of fifty men-very literally!

Always a Qurono

by Jim Harmon

You too can be a Qurono. All you need do is geoplanct. All you need know is when to stop!