Thursday, June 17, 2010

New at Project Gutenberg (17 June 2010)

Links on author, publisher, or year fetch more matching fiction.

  1. Edmond Hamilton's "The Door into Infinity"; download; Weird Tales, August-September 1936.
  2. Walter M Miller's "Check and Checkmate"; download; If, January 1953: "Victory hinges not always on the mightiest sword, but often on lowly subterfuge. Here is a classic example, with the Western World as stooge!"
  3. Robert Abernathy's "When the Mountain Shook"; download; If, March 1954: "Dark was the Ryzga mountain and forbidding; steep were its cliffs and sheer its crevasses. But its outward perils could not compare with the Ryzgas themselves, who slept within, ready to wake and conquer..."
Related: Fiction from old "pulp" magazines.