Free fiction: Eando Binder, Gordon Dickson, Christopher Anvil, Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, Pierre Boulle, James P Hogan, John Campbell, C M Kornbluth
Original story is from Amazing Stories, January 1939. Why does Grantbridge attribute it to Weird Fantasy, #11?
Via Free SF Reader: 3 stories from Gordon R Dickson's collection "The Human Edge" at Webscription:
- "Danger—Human"; download; Astounding, December 1957.
- "Sleight of Wit"; download; Analog, December 1961.
- "In the Bone"; download; If,, October 1966.
- "Truce By Boomerang"; download; Astounding, December 1957.
- "A Rose By Any Other Name ..."; download; Astounding, January 1960.
- "The New Member"; download; Galaxy, April 1967.
- "Babel II"; download; Analog, August 1967.
- "The Trojan Bombardment"; download; Galaxy, February 1967.
- "Problem of Command"; download; Analog, November 1963.
- "Uncalculated Risk"; download; Analog, March 1962.
- "Torch"; download; Astounding, April 1957.
- "The Prisoner"; download; Astounding, February 1956
- "Seller's Market"; download; Astounding, December 1958
- "Top Rung"; download; Astounding, July 1958
- "Symbols"; download; Analog, September 1966
- "Foghead"; download; Astounding, September 1958
- "The Whole Town's Sleeping"; download MP3.
- "The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl"; download MP3.
- "The Flying Machine"; download MP3.
- "Hail & Farewell"; download MP3.
- "The Golden Apples of the Sun"; download MP3.
Via Dark Worlds: An audio version of the "Planet of the Apes" from BrokenSea. "an audio dramatization of the 1968 film". "Based on the novel by Pierre Boulle and original screenplay by Michael Wilson and Rod Serling, this new audio series features additional scenes, original sound design". "Written, directed and produced by Bill Hollweg."
Via Free SF Reader: 2 stories of James P Hogan at Webscription:
Via QuasarDragon: "SF Signal is streaming The Thing (1982) from Hulu... Watch it HERE. (It is also available directly at Hulu Here, but you have to register to watch it there.)"
This movie is an adaptation of John W Campbell's excellent first contact story "Who Goes There?" Text of original story was already online.
Caution: The movie is DRMed - accessible only within US. Very likely connections anonymized with Tor will also have trouble accessing.
This QD link is actually a month old. I wanted to watch it before linking, but I'm not motivated enough to watch it via a US based proxy.
Via QuasarDragon: Downloadable video in multiple formats at Internet Archive of C M Kornbluth's story "The Little Black Bag".
I haven't seen the video, but this is among the better stories of Kornbluth - similar in spirit to several Henry Kuttner/C L Moore stories about mysterious gadgets.
Note: Relevant entries have been added to the list of stories from John Campbell's Astounding.