Sunday, October 4, 2009

Astounding Stories (March, 1931)

A lone Golden Age story today, plus another complete issue of Astounding Stories, featuring stories by the late doyen of sf, Jack Williamson, and the prolific Harl Vincent.

Lonesome Hearts by Russell Robert Winterbotham (If Worlds of Science Fiction, July 1954)

"Mjly is Yljm's love life. She is her sisters, her mothers, herselves and her ancestors. But poor old Yljm can never be a mother or a sister—just himself!"

Astounding Stories (March, 1931)

When the Mountain Came To Miramar By Charles W. Diffin

It is Magic against Magic As Garry Connell Bluffs for His Life with a Prehistoric Savage in the Heart of Sentinel Mountain.

Beyond the Vanishing Point By Ray Cummings

The Tale of a Golden Atom—an Astounding Adventure in Size. (A Complete Novelette.)

Terrors Unseen By Harl Vincent

One after Another the Invisible Robots Escape Shelton's Control—and Their Trail Leads Straight to the Gangster Chief Cadorna.

Phalanxes of Atlans By F. V. W. Mason

Never Did an Aviator Ride a More Amazing Sky-Steed Than Alden on His Desperate Dash to the Great Jarmuthian Ziggurat. (Conclusion of a Two-Part Novel.)

The Meteor Girl By Jack Williamson

Through the Complicated Space-Time of the Fourth Dimension Goes Charlie King in an Attempt to Rescue the Meteor Girl.

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