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An anthology of short stories about the future of mankind on the moon. Stories include:

- Operation Pumice, by Raymond Z. Gallun
- Jetsam, by A. Bertram Chandler
- Reluctant Heroes, by Frank M. Robinson
- Moonwalk, by H.B. Fyfe
- Keyhole, by Murray Leinster
- That Moon Plaque, comments by science fiction writers.

Original edition published in 1958, this copy adds additional mater
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published 1969 by Ace Publishing Corporation (first published 1958)
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Shelves: scifi, scifi-fantasy
Ace Double Novel D277
City On The Moon, Murray Leinster, grade C+
Men On The Moon, Donald Wollheim, grade B = Short stories
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Donald Allen Wollheim was a science fiction writer, editor, publisher and fan. He published his own works under pseudonyms, including David Grinnell.

A member of the Futurians, he was one of the leading influences on the development of science fiction and science fiction fandom in the 20th century United States.


In 1937, Wollheim founded the Fantasy Amateur Press Association. The first mailing was d
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