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More Adventures on Other Planets

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Mars, Venus, Mercury..."All systems, go!"
What exciting adventures await mankind in the very near future when the first astronauts set foot on other worlds?
Though men are already in training for these cosmic voyages, only the vivid imaginations of the best science-fiction writers can penetrate in advance the wonders they will encounter.
Here, in this new anthology, you will...more
Paperback, 190 pages
Published 1963 by Ace
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Lew
A collection of so-so science fiction stories. I liked the Tiger by the Tail the best. My least favorite was The Planet of Doubt.

Child of the Sun by Leigh Brackett - next to least
Sunrise on Mercury by Robert Silverberg - Ok story
By the Name of Man by John Brunner - 2nd favorite
The Red Death of Mars by Robert Moore Williams ok
The Planet of Doubt by Stanley G. Weinbaum least favorite
Tiger By the Tail by Poul Anderson best of the bunch
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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...more
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