"Galaxy Science Fiction", Vol 9 No 3 (December 1954) (ed H L Gold) (magazine, free): Annotated table of contents
Table of Contents.Links on author fetch more fiction by author.
- [novelet] Robert Sheckley's "Skulking Permit": "Wanted: one man to do a totally impossible job. Salary: the knowledge that a planet's life depends on his being able to do it!"
- [novelet] Roger Dee's "Assignment's End": "Alcorn's wild talent was miraculous ... he brought peace to everybody who came near him. Only one person was exempt - himself!"
- [novelet] Evelyn E Smith's "Collector's Item": "Being trapped in the steaming h--l of Venus is no excuse for forgetting one's manners - but anyone abducted, marooned, tricked, kept from tea might crack under the strain!"
- [ss] J T McIntosh's "Play Back": "There was never tomorrow, only yesterday - & to Bert Siddon, it was the ideal arrangement!"
- [ss] Finn O'Donnevan's "Uncle Tom's Planet": "All up down the whole galactic plantation, there were no old folks at home - until the Aingoes came along!"
- [ss] Jean M Janis' "Rough Translation": "Don't be ashamed if you can't blikkel any more. It's because you couldn't help framishing."
- [ss] Mark Meadows' "Joy Ride": "Men or machines - something had to give - though not necessarily one or the other. Why not both?"