Vol 1 No. 1
The Man with a Thousand Legs - Frank Belknap Long
The tale of a young man turned into a wer-jellyfish and his ultimate
demise into a sticky mess.
A Thing of Beauty - Wallace West
John Short, janitor, whose duties include heating the establishment,
and maintaining a Medical collection of corpses in a brine chamber,
accidentally falls in love with one of the specimens.
The Yellow Sign - Robert W. Chambers
Take note when you perceive the signs which generate dreams. Do not
take up and casually read any dubious books, or your worst dreams
may come true.
The Maze and the Monster - Edward D. Hoch
Life is filled with choices, sometimes casting us into mazes which
terminate in one of two opposing manners, often indistinguishable
until it is too late.
The Death of Halpin Frayser - Ambrose Bierce
When you go gunning in the woods, beware a low deliberate soulless
laugh, and what you might encounter, for it could be your last
Babylon: 70 M. - Donald A. Wolheim
The fairytale journey to Babylon might well be everyman's journey from
The Inexperienced Ghost - H.G. Wells
When one tries to help even the helpless to learn to become what
they already are, perhaps unsuccessfully, one runs the risk of
achieving success beyond one's expectations.
The Unbeliever - Robert Silverberg
All demons that pass through the earthly plane do not necessarily
originate from congenital lands of sulfur and brimstone.
Fidel Bassin - W.J. Stamper
Don't be mean to the suffering masses or you might wind up lashed
to a rotting corpse.
The Last Dawn - Frank Lillie Pollock
When the star we always knew should be there brings more than gently
warming rays to the skies.
The Undying Head - Mark Twain
An Indian sister cuts off her brother's head at his request, commencing
a tale of fortune and misfortune, among the legends of aboriginal
Gods and magic.