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The Spinner

by Doris Piserchia

The search for new sources of energy led one man to an accidental breakthrough into a strange parallel world. It was apparently deserted and might have been a good place to prospect until the finder panicked....


The Sea and Summer

by George Turner

Francis Conway is Swill - one of the millions in the year 2041 who must subsist on the inadequate charities of the state. Life, already difficult, is rapidly becoming impossible for Francis and others like him,...


Little Tours of Hell: Tall Tales of Food and Holidays

by Josephine Saxton

These stories are specifically concerned with the more macabre or stultifying aspects of eating and holidaying. The author is able to unravel the disturbing implication behind the most innocent and everyday...


The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe

by D. G. Compton

A few years in the future, medical science has advanced to the point where it is practically unheard of for people to die of any cause except old-age. The few exceptions provide the fodder for a new kind of...


Winterwood and Other Hauntings

by Keith Roberts

Welcome to a haunted world; the world of Keith Roberts' powerful and unique imagination. These stories show Roberts' fascination for the curious and unclassifiable; and as ever, his mastery of character and...


The Lordly Ones

by Keith Roberts

Keith Robert's The Lordly Ones offers a wide variety of sf and fantasy (and even a ghost story). The title story is a vision of near-future Britain collapsing in social disorder told from the viewpoint of a...


Ladies from Hell

by Keith Roberts

Ladies from Hell contains five long stories. "The Shack at Great Cross Halt" describes a Britain dominated by motorways, juggernauts and a tyranny, in which the unfortunates of society eke out a miserable existence...


Kaeti on Tour

by Keith Roberts

Kaeti branches out, moves farther from her beloved London. In the process she makes a whole range of new, intriguing friends; and lands herself in some scrapes startling even by her standards. The shadows she...


The Sorceress of Qar

by Ted White

TWO PATHS TO ARMAGEDDON

Two valiant humans: swashbuckling Elron and the Sorceress Shannara...two implacably evil "Others"...two kinds of weapons with which to fight...and many kinds of doom awaiting an entire...


The Spawn of the Death Machine

by Ted White

"You are an artificially constructed human being, a mobile gathering device." That is what the computer's metallic voice tells Tanner when it releases him from his cell. Naked, unarmed, with no memory to guide...


The Twilight of Briareus

by Richard Cowper

On the murky outskirts of our solar system, a lonely star has exploded, emitting monstrous doses of radiation...

The year is 1983. The exploding star Briareus Delta, 132 light years away, provokes only mild...


Masters of Space

by E.E.'Doc' Smith & E. Everett Evans

Jarvis Hilton is in charge of a handpicked team of scientists - and a navy warship on a deep space mission, dubbed Project Theta Orionis. On the outbound journey, automatic sensors drop their ship - the Perseus...


Burning Sky

by Rachel Pollack

BURNING SKY is a collection of twenty-seven short stories by award-winning author Rachel Pollack. These stories - many of which have remained almost wholly unknown until now - reflect the author's interests...


Pictures at 11

by Norman Spinrad

It's just another sleazy, smoggy day at KLAX: But today is anything but normal. Green Army Commandos is what they call themselves. They're violent ecoterrorists, they're armed to the teeth, and they haven't...


The Tithonian Factor

by Richard Cowper

The Tithonian Factor takes us into the 22nd century and introduces the sempiterns, people who a hundred years or more earlier have taken a drug which confers a kind of immortality, but at an unexpected price....


The Web of the Magi

by Richard Cowper

Both "Drink Me, Francesca" and "Out There Where the Big Ships Go" examine - in differing but related ways - humanity's first encounter with other intelligent life, and its inevitable profound consequences. In...


The Custodians

by Richard Cowper

The Custodians tells of a visitor to a French monastery, and of one specially built tiny room which is constructed precisely on the intersection of mysterious force fields, so that anyone who enters is able...


The Missionaries

by D. G. Compton

The spaceship landed on the planet Earth to bring it the message of a new religion and a new way of life that would fit the terrestrial barbarians to take their place in the great community of the Galaxy.

Their...


The Palace

by D. G. Compton

The palace was several hundred years old, a sort of haphazard medieval city containing church buildings, stables, army barracks - and the offices and homes of the ministers of the Revolutionary Government, in...


Forbidden World

by Ted White & David Bischoff

An ideal agrarian community run by women and ruled by love and harmony. A city-state that mirrored history's most famous utopian vision. a society aglow with the wit and style that only Regency England had briefly...