"Astounding Science Fiction", December 1944 (ed John W Campbell, Jr) (magazine, free): Annotated table of contents
Scans of this magazine in CBR format are online as part of a larger package. But with missing ToC page as well as front cover. ToC below is constructed by browsing through the whole issue. May be missing a story.
"No Woman Born" is among the most famous stories of science fiction. But is incomplete in the online issue linked above.
Table of contents
- [serial - part 1/3] Wesley Long's "Nomad": "A man harried from world to world, kidnapped, betrayed - for a purpose he never knew, but faithfully fulfilled!"
- Malcolm Jameson's "Tricky Tonnage": "A very neat system of cheap transportation it made, too - but it led to some slight difficulties with rocks that floated & roads that sank!"
- George O Smith's "Firing Line": "Hellion Murdoch was on the loose, escaped & deadly - & out to get Don Channing. A top-rank gadgeteer on the loose, however, can be devastatingly deadly himself -"
- C L Moore's "No Woman Born" (A): The first cyborg story - a victim of fire gets a metallic robot body as the new home of her original brain.
Incomplete in this CBR.
- George Holman's "Agricultural Geology".
- Franscis Wilson Powell's "That's a Lot of Hot Air!"
- George W Hall's "Applesauce".