Introduction, Frank Stone
1 In the Orbit of Saturn, R.F. Starzl
2 The Einstein See-Saw, Miles J. Breuer
3 Poisoned Air, Capt. S.P. Meek
4 The Gun, Philip K. Dick
5 Shipwreck in the Sky, Eando Binder
6 Pets Allowed, M.A. Cummings
7 The Mathematicians, Arthur Feldman
8 Equation of Doom, Gerald Vance
9 The Pygmy Planet, Jack Williamson
10 Foundling on Venus, John & Dorothy de Courcy
11 The Great Dome on Mercury , Arthur L. Zagat
12 The Hammer of Thor, Charles Willard Diffin
13 Arm of the Law, Harry Harrison
14 The Issahar Artifacts, J.F. Bone
15 Salvage in Space, Jack Williamson
16 Priestess of the Flame, Sewell Peaslee Wright
17 Small World, William F. Nolan
18 Vampires of Space, Sewell Peaslee Wright
19 This One Problem, M.C. Pease
20 The Odyssey of Sam Meecham,Charles E. Fritch
Copyright© Frank Stone
Some of the all-time great writers who established Science Fiction as a new, and important creative genre are represented in this collection of stories. Details of some of this antholgy's authors:
Roman Frederick Starzl, Thomas Starzl's father, was called a "master" by E. E. Smith. Smith's Triplanetary, and Galactic Patrol show Starzl's influence.
Miles John Breuer was a medical doctor and writer. He also co-authored with Jack Williamson.
Sterner St. Paul Meek was a chemist and writer. Following a career in the military, he published under the names Capt. S.P. Meek, Major S.P. Meek ,and Col. S.P. Meek.
Philip Kindred Dick's writing awards includie the Hugo Award and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award. Time magazine included Ubik in its list of the one hundred greatest English-language novels published since 1923. Films that are adaptions of his work include Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly, and Minority Report.