“That country where it is always turning late in the year. That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist; where noons go quickly, dusks and twilights linger, and midnights stay.”
When the Japanese scientists who’ve developed a prognostication device set their machine to track an individual, they uncover the greatest scientific conspiracy of their age.
Blanche Lake’s daughter Bunny has gone missing from her daycare—and nobody, not even the police, believe that Bunny ever existed in the first place.
Clifford Simak’s cerebral fixup novel that takes humanity out of its far-future cities, to the stars, and beyond humanity itself.
When a young woman is killed in a small desert town, the only person not yet ready to condemn her ex-wife is the plucky journalist Mitch Gorman.
Clumsy physics grad student stumbles onto a small group of conspirators smuggling atomic bomb parts into the US, mining major cities with radioactive death.
The tale of two cities facing atomic war—one has a well-practiced Civil Defense group, the other does not. Soviet attack shows them which city had the right idea.
A collection of 16 stories by Mildred Clingerman, from the pages of F&SF—a combination of fantasy, horror, and science fiction, often in a domestic setting.
The United States has capitulated, sealing its defeat against the Communists. But when one dairy farmer discovers a lost state secret, the world may be freed again…
The tale of a viking child stolen away to live with the elves, the murderous changeling left in its place, and the terrible fate which befalls all involved.
Virgil Finlay (1914 – 1971) was one of the dominant speculative fiction magazine artists of his day; he started doing illustrations for Weird …