Frederik Pohl’s “The Man Who Ate the World,” serial installment of Alfred Bester’s “The Stars My Destination,” stories by Robert Silverberg, E.C. Tubb, and Lester del Rey.
Tom Taylor continues his adventures as he’s sucked into a world blending literature and reality, featuring The Song of Roland and the
Tom Taylor is the unwilling heir and face of the popular Tommy Taylor book series. Now, the lines between Tom’s life and that of his fictional counterpart are starting to blur.
Two Cavalrymen head south of the border after rogue Apache, only to find far worse: crooked Mexican gendarmes, American bandits, and the “Apache” scalps they traffic in…
Jack Vance’s novelette “The Narrow Land,” plus assorted short fiction by Robert Bloch, Fritz Leiber, Rog Phillips, William Tenn, Kris Neville, and Bob Olsen.
The second in Stirling’s Lords of Creation series brings us to Mars, in the proper tradition of Burroughs, Bradbury, and Brackett. This one was even better than The Sky People.
Venture back, long ago, to the far-away world… of Venus. An amazing pastiche-slash-homage to the likes of Burroughs, done with modern sensibilities and writing style.
The 87th Precinct squadroom is held hostage by a dead con’s suicidal wife, armed with a .38 and a bottle of nitro. Her target—Steve Carella!