Scans of this magazine are available online as part of a larger package.
Table of contents.
- Don Wilcox's "Slave Raiders from Mercury": "Fate was against Allison in the Rite of the Floating Chop, for only death could save his life!"
Hmmm... this description sounds a bit like Elizabeth Bear & Sarah Monette's "Boojum" (in more than one "best of 2008" anthologies, including Dozois'.)
- Festus Pragnell's "Warlords of Mars": "Usulor's army rolled forward like a juggernaut, then with music of weird flutes came chaos."
- David Wright O'Brien's "Trapped on Titan": "For 500 years Titan had been deserted. Yet here was a lovely woman, fascinating - & terrifying."
- Ross Rocklynne's "The Mathematical Kid": "He was only a twerp, & they ignored his treble-voiced warnings of disaster - until it came!"
- Floyd Gale's "Treachery on Planetoid 41": "Only one man could live - the best man. So why shouldn't the one most worthy of life plan murder?"
- Ed Earl Repp's "Planet of Black Terror": "Clark Erick followed Hillyer to Shasta's peak; a trail that led to an incredible goal in space."