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- Robert E Howard's "Red Nails"; download; Weird Tales, July-October 1936: "a barbarian adventurer, a woman pirate, and a weird roofed city inhabited by the most peculiar race of men ever spawned".
- Leroy Yerxa's "One-Way Ticket to Nowhere"; download; Amazing Stories, December 1942: "Like a ghost in the night a whole Mono train vanished. And it was up to Jeff Blake to find out where it had gone..."
- Chester S Geier's "The Sphere of Sleep"; download; Amazing Stories, December 1942: "Brad Nelson had a perfect way to kill Big Tim without any danger of being accused. Then his foot slipped and he was hurled into an unknown world."
- Mari Wolf's "The First Day of Spring"; download; If, June 1954: "a love story of two young people who met under the magic of festival time. One was Trina, whose world was a gentle make-believe Earth. The other was Max, handsome spaceman, whose world was the infinite universe of space..."
- Jack Taylor's "The Moralist"; download; Galaxy, June 1956: "Aye, 'tis a difficult thing to be a lady on a far world--but who needs them there?"