FAR SIDE OF NOWHERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RETURN

It’s About Time
“Command Performance.” Orb (1951).
“Parallel in Time.” Thrilling Wonder Stories (Jun 1940).
“Time Exposure.” Blue Book (Jul 1951).
“Private Line to Tomorrow.” Blue Book (January 1951).
“The Castaway.” [pseud., George Danzell], Planet Stories (Winter 1940).
“The Message from the Void.” [pseud., Hubert Mavity]. Dynamic Stories (Feb. 1949).

Odds and Ends
“The Battle of Blue Trout Basin”
“The Unusual Romance of Ferdinand Pratt.” Weird Tales (Sep 1940).
“The Ballad of Blaster Bill.” Planet Stories (Summer 1941).
“Case History.” Fantastic Universe (Apr 1958).
“Herman and the Mermaid.” Redbook (Jul 1943).
“Double, Double, Toil and Trouble.” Astounding Science Fiction (Apr 1943).
“Proof of the Pudding.” Asimov’s Science Fiction (Oct/Nov ’99).
“Pawns of Tomorrow.” Fantastic Universe (May 1957).

Family Circle
“Magic City [Meg].” Astounding Science Fiction (Feb 1941).
“The Masked Marvel.” Blue Book (Dec 1943).
“The Scientific Pioneer Returns.” Amazing Stories (Nov ’40).
“Miracles Made Easy.” Argosy (Apr 15 1942).
“In Uffish Thought”
“The Amazing Invention of Wilberforce Weems.” Fantastic Adventures (Sep 1939).
“Brother Michel.” Fantastic Adventures (May 1942).
“Pipeline to Paradise.” (Wheel of Fortune, AvoNova, 1995).
“The World Within.” Super Science Stories (May 1942).
“The Geometrics of Johnny Day.” Astounding Science Fiction (Jul 1941).

Wild Talents
“Mr. Snow White.” Blue Book (Mar 1941).
“The Unpremeditated Wizard.” Blue Book (Mar 1951).
“The Secret of Lucky Logan.” Amazing Stories (Apr 1942).
“The Fertility of Dalrymple Todd.” Fantastic Adventures (Aug 1940).
“The Man Who Weighed Minus Twelve.” Fantastic Adventures (Mar 1940).
“Occupation: Demigod.” Unknown Worlds (Dec 1941).

Epilogue
 

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