Friday, September 18, 2009

Stopover Planet

Today from Project Gutenberg come a couple of Golden Age stories that haven't been reprinted since their first magazine appearance.

Stopover Planet by Robert E. Gilbert (Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy, August 1953)

"Early morning deliveries were part of the Honeychile Bakery Service. But on this particular morning the service was reversed!"

Native Son by T. D. Hamm (Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy, July 1953)

"Tommy hated Earth, knowing his mother might go home to Mars without him. Worse, would a robot secretly take her place?..."

"Surveying a Dying Sun" by Ken Fagg

Trees Are Where You Find Them by Arthur Dekker Savage (If Worlds of Science Fiction, November 1953)

"The trees on Mars are few and stunted, says old Doc Yoris. There's plenty of gold, of course—but trees can be much more important!"

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