Out of the Unknown, by A.E. van Vogt and Edna Mayne Hull – April, 1948 (Roy Hunt)

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“The Sea Thing”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Charles McNutt) – page 2.

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“The Sea Thing”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Charles McNutt) – page 23.

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“The Wishes We Make”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 32.

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“The Wishes We Make”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 33.

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“The Witch”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Charles McNutt) – page 56.

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“The Witch”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Neil Austin) – page 69.

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“The Patient”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 80.

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“The Patient”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 81.

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“The Ultimate Wish”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 90.

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“The Ultimate Wish”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Roy Hunt) – page 103.

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“The Ghost”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Roy Hunt) – page 108.

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“The Ghost”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Roy Hunt) – page 115.

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The Science Fiction Hall of Fame – Volume IV, Edited by Terry Carr – 1986

Contents

Introduction, by Terry Carr

1970

“Ill Met in Lankhmar”, by Fritz Leiber
(The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, April, 1970)

“Slow Sculpture”, by Theodore Sturgeon
(Galaxy Science Fiction, February, 1970)

1971

“The Missing Man”, by Katherine MacLean
(Analog Science Fiction / Science Fact, March, 1971)

“The Queen of Air and Darkness”, by Poul Anderson
(The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, April, 1971)

“Good News from the Vatican”, by Robert Silverberg
(Universe 1, 1971)

1972

“A Meeting with Medusa”, by Arthur C. Clarke
(Playboy, December, 1971)

“Goat Song”, by Poul Anderson
(The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February, 1972)

“When It Changed”, by Joanna Russ
(Again, Dangerous Visions, March, 1972)

1973

“The Death of Doctor Island”, by Gene Wolfe
(Universe 3, 1973)

“Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand”, by Vonda N. Mclntyre
(Analog Science Fiction / Science Fact, October, 1973)

“Love Is the Plan the Plan Is Death”, by James Tiptree, Jr.
(The Alien Condition, April, 1973)

1974

“Born with the Dead”, by Robert Silverberg
(Born with the Dead – Three Novellas About the Spirit of Man, 1974)

“If the Stars Are Gods”, by Gordon Eklund and Gregory Benford
(Universe 4, 1974)

“The Day Before the Revolution”, by Ursula K. Le Guin
(Galaxy Science Fiction, August, 1974)

The Science Fiction Hall of Fame – Volume IIB, Edited by Ben Bova – 1973

Contents

Introduction, by Ben Bova

“The Martian Way”, by Isaac Asimov
(Galaxy Science Fiction, November, 1952)

“Earthman, Come Home”, by James Blish

“Rogue Moon”, by Algis Budrys
(1960)

“The Spectre General”, by Theodore Cogswell
(Astounding Science Fiction, June, 1952)

“The Machine Stops”, by E.M. Forster
(The Oxford and Cambridge Review, November, 1909)

“The Midas Plague”, by Frederik Pohl
(Galaxy Science Fiction, April, 1954)

“The Witches of Karres”, by James H. Schmitz
(Astounding Science Fiction, December, 1949)

”E For Effort”, by T.L. Sherred
(Astounding Science Fiction, May, 1947)

“In Hiding”, by Wilmar H. Shiras
(Astounding Science Fiction, November, 1948)

“The Big Front Yard”, by Clifford D. Simak
(Astounding Science Fiction, October, 1958)

“The Moon Moth”, by Jack Vance
(Galaxy Science Fiction, August, 1961)

The Science Fiction Hall of Fame – Volume IIA, Edited by Ben Bova – 1973

Contents

Introduction, by Ben Bova

“Call Me Joe”, by Poul Anderson
(Astounding Science Fiction, April, 1957)

“Who Goes There?”, John W. Campbell, Jr (as Don A. Stuart)
(Astounding Science Fiction, August, 1938)

“Nerves”, by Lester del Rey
(Astounding Science Fiction, September, 1942)

“Universe”, by Robert A. Heinlein
(Astounding Science Fiction, May, 1941)

“The Marching Morons”, by Cyril M. Kornbluth
(Galaxy Science Fiction, April, 1951)

“Vintage Season”, by Henry Kuttner and Catherine L. Moore (as Lawrence O’Donnell)
(Astounding Science Fiction, September, 1946)

“And Then There Were None”, by Eric Frank Russell
(Astounding Science Fiction, June, 1951)

“The Ballad of Lost C’Mell”, by Cordwainer Smith
(Galaxy Science Fiction, October, 1952)

“Baby Is Three”, by Theodore Sturgeon
(Galaxy Science Fiction, October, 1952)

“The Time Machine”, by H.G. Wells
(William Heinemann, 1895)

“With Folded Hands”, by Jack Williamson
(Astounding Science Fiction, July, 1947)