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Expanded Science Fiction Worlds of Forrest J Ackerman & Friends PLUS

Forrest J Ackerman

The newly expanded version of this classic comes replete with even more stories from Forrest J Ackerman and his talented friends and collaborators. Joining such notables as Theodore Sturgeon and A. E. van Vogt are classic authors Catherine L. Moore, Donald A. Wollheim, and more.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction (Expanded Science Fiction Worlds of Forrest J Ackerman & Friends PLUS) - (2002) - essay
  • Earth's Lucky Day - [Shock Short] - (1936) - shortstory by Forrest J. Ackerman and Francis Flagg
  • Dwellers in the Dust - [Shock Short] - (1948) - shortstory
  • Micro Man - (1946) - shortstory
  • A Martian Oddity - (1950) - shortstory
  • Confessions of a Science Fiction Addict - (1957) - essay
  • The Big Sleep - (1950) - shortstory
  • Metropolis Ueber Alles - (1963) - essay
  • Burn Witch, Burn - (1958) - shortstory
  • And Then the Cover Was Bare - (1969) - shortstory
  • The Lure and Lore of The Blind Spot - (1951) - essay
  • Task of the Temponaut - (1973) - shortfiction by Norbert F. Novotny and Van Del Rio
  • Yvala - [Northwest Smith] - (1936) - novelette by C. L. Moore [as by C. L. Moore and Amaryllis Ackerman ]
  • The Cosmic Kidnappers - (1993) - shortfiction by Christian Vallini and Forrest J. Ackerman [as by Christian Vallini and S. F. Balboa ]
  • The Girl Who Wasn't There - (1963) - shortstory by Forrest J. Ackerman and Tigrina and William F. Nolan and Charles E. Fritch
  • The Lady Takes a Powder - (1953) - shortstory by Tigrina and Forrest J. Ackerman
  • The Atomic Monument - (1969) - shortfiction by Theodore Sturgeon and Forrest J. Ackerman
  • Nyusa, Nymph of Darkness - [Northwest Smith] - (1935) - shortstory by C. L. Moore and Forrest J. Ackerman (variant of Nymph of Darkness) [as by Catherine L. Moore and Forrest J. Ackerman ]
  • Time to Change - (1968) - shortfiction by Forrest J. Ackerman and Marcial Souto
  • Great Gog's Grave - (1981) - shortstory by Forrest J. Ackerman and Donald A. Wollheim
  • The Naughty Venusienne - (2002) - shortstory by Morgan Ives (I) and Otis Kaye
  • The Time Twister - (1947) - shortstory by Francis Flagg and Forrest J. Ackerman [as by Francis Flagg and Weaver Wright ]
  • Dhactwhu! - Remember? - [Shock Short] - (1949) - shortstory by Forrest J. Ackerman and Robert A. W. Lowndes [as by Wilfred Owen Morley and Jacques DeForest Erman ]
  • Tarzan and the Golden Loin - (1948) - shortstory
  • Count Down to Doom - (1966) - shortfiction by Forrest J. Ackerman and Charles Nuetzel
  • The Far-Out Philosopher of Science Fiction - (1949) - essay
  • Laugh, Clone, Laugh - (1969) - shortstory by A. E. van Vogt and Forrest J. Ackerman
  • When Frighthood Was in Flower - (1969) - essay
  • The Record - (1939) - shortstory by Forrest J. Ackerman and Ray Bradbury
  • The Man Who Was Thirsty - (1969) - shortfiction
  • The House in the Twilight Zone - (1969) - essay
  • The Radclyffe Effect - (1969) - shortstory
  • Letter to an Angel - (1969) - shortstory

Man Plus

Man Plus: Book 1

Frederik Pohl

Ill luck made Roger Torraway the subject of the Man Plus Programe, but it was deliberate biological engineering which turned him into a monster -- a machine perfectly adapted to survive on Mars. For according to computer predictions, Mars is humankind's only alternative to extinction. But beneath his monstrous exterior, Torraway still carries a man's capacity for suffering.

Mars Plus

Man Plus: Book 2

Frederik Pohl
Thomas T. Thomas

Forty years after the mission that put cyborg Roger Torraway on the surface of Mars, human colonists have far outstripped his antique mechanical adaptations. Roger is now the old man of the hills, wandering the unexplored areas and only rarely visiting the new underground warrens. A looming political crisis brings Demeter Coghlan, daughter of a Texas political dynasty, to the Red Planet. There she joins fortunes with Torraway to save the colony and resolve the human/machine nexus that was formed in Frederik Pohl's seminal book Man Plus.