Table of contents.
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- [novelet] Eric Frank Russell's "The Army Comes to Venus": "He was secretly surprised to find himself enjoying this spell of gallantry. But worse was to happen."
- Robert F Young's "The Wistful Witch": "Anybody might think that she wanted to be a witch--& anybody thinking so would have been correct."
- Ron Goulart's "Parlor Game": "Luanne made it almost a challenge. She really was pretty. And there were so few women on Prospero II."
- Sam Rosenfeld's "Citizen Meekle": "What happens when a little man who's not aggressive--but who does dream--finally makes a startling discovery?"
- Lloyd Biggle's "Traveling Salesman": "The Feds were getting tough. It was costing too much to distribute the stuff. He'd probably have to go away..."
- Joy Leache's "Miss Millie's Rose": "a very different story about Tomorrow's Mars."
'The Customs man announced he had an old dame there "with one of them Jap trees." How was he to know what'd happen?'
- John Victor Peterson's "The Amnesic Men": "Venus! She remembered the harsh record of hostory & shuddered at the thought of the many men who had died."
- G Harry Stine's "Letter from Tomorrow" (as by Lee Correy): "Maybe the man was nutty as a fruitcake. Maybe he thought he was a little green man--& maybe he was very sane..."
- There is no mention of editor on ToC page, though Hans Stefan Santesson is noted as the "Editorial Director".