Note: This issue includes a table detailing Poul Anderson's Future History - pattern to which some of his stories fit.
Table of contents.
- [novel] Poul Anderson's "The Snows of Ganymede": "They came to the hostile, frozen moon of Jupiter to solve an engineering problem - & ran into a political puzzle".
- [novelet] Robert F Young's "More Stately Mansions": "The poor girl & the rich man's son both faced an age-old situation - & each with a different idea of happiness!"
- [ss] Winston Marks' "Only with Tine Eyes": "George was certainly able to kill a bottle with a glance".
- [ss] Philip K Dick's "Human Is": "Her husband changed, but she had married for better or worse".
- [ss] Robert Zacks' "Have Your Past Read, Mister?": Why read the future when you don't really know your past?"
- [ss] Thomas Kersh's "Audrey's Moon": "She loved him - until the day she began to read his mind!"