Cover by Wesso
“Who Goes There?” by Don S. Stuart – Is that your best friend beside you – or a deadly imitation, bred of an alien world? WHO GOES THERE?
Jason Comes Home by A.B.L. Macladyen, Jr. – A boy sailed out – trapped in an unmanned spaceship. A man sailed back, years later, to wipe the green scum of life from all Earth —
Resilient Planet by Warner van Lorne – A man is baffled by the problem of fuel – when the entire planet – machine buildings, even people – is made of rubber!
The Terrible Sense by Calvin Peregoy – Not sight – nor hearing, quiet, nor touch, nor taste – but he learned it through the tyranny of Sound!
Asteroid Pirates by Royal S. Heckman – Concerning the highly intellectual and completely bullet-proof Saturnian Apes!
Eviction By Isotherm by Malcolm Jameson – When the weatherman can make his predictions come true, he became a dangerous enemy —
The Disinherited by Henry Kuttner – Is there that Watcher somewhere – now-?
Food for the First Planet by Thomas Calvert McClary – Suggesting that reaching the planets may not be half so hard as staying there–!
Orbits, Takeoffs and Landings by Willy Ley – An authoritative science article on how rocket ships can and cannot plot their courses.
In Times to Come – The department of prophecy and future issues.
The Analytical Laboratory – With something entirely new – and of special interest.
Science Discussions and Brass Tacks – The open house of controversy.
Illustrations by Binder, Coughlin, Dold, Flatos, Orban, Thomson, Wesso
- “Downsizing Pluto” now live at Daily Science Fiction (shanehalbach.com)
- The Black Star Passes, by John W. Campbell (littleredreviewer.wordpress.com)
- Blinded me with Science (mykaleidoscopehearts.wordpress.com)
- Christmas gifts 2012: the best science fiction (guardian.co.uk)
- Vintage Science Fiction Strikes Back! (littleredreviewer.wordpress.com)
- Science Fiction Sunday 207 (garth.typepad.com)
- Monday Original Content: Africa in Science Fiction, by Nick Wood (worldsf.wordpress.com)
- The Year’s Best S-F: 5th Annual Edition, ed. Judith Merril (Dell F118 – 1961) (niteowljr.wordpress.com)
- Vote For the Best Science Fiction and Fantasy in Two Separate Centuries (whatever.scalzi.com)
- Female Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors Still Encouraged to Use Male Pseudonyms (io9.com)