A man finds himself in a strange metallic circular room with no idea just how he got there. In the room is a metal chair placed before a large porthole. Outside is a magnificent view of the heavens. However, the man soon discovers there is something very odd staring back at him. ... [click here for more]
Most people think of The Call of the Wild or White Fang when Jack London's name comes up -- and rightfully so, for these are his two most famous works, and both are classics. It's an interesting but far less well known fact that London also wrote a substantial body of science fiction and fantasy (before the term "science fiction" had even been coined!) including The Scarlet Plague, The Iron... [click here for more]
Welcome to the 10th Science Fiction MEGAPACK™!
This time we present 30 stories (including several full-length novels) by some of the biggest and best in the science fiction field, plus 2 poems and the first (of 3) installments in our first novel serial. From David Gerrold's "The Martian Child" (winner of the Hugo Award, Nebula Award, Locus Award, and HOMer Award) to brand new works... [click here for more]
This volume assembles 25 novels and short stories by Murray Leinster, published between 1919 and 1963. Included are such science fiction classics as "The Runaway Skyscraper," "Space Tug," and "Operation Terror," as well as rarities like "A Thousand Degrees Below Zero," "The Gallery Gods," and "Nerve." Also includes a biographical introduction... [click here for more]
Jon Kirk of Ares -- a hero very much in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs' interplanetary romances -- returns in the third book in the series!
PRAISE FOR BOOK 1: "It's been nearly a century since Edgar Rice Burroughs first enchanted readers with his tales of John Carter and Dejah Thoris on the planet Barsoom. Since then, generations of writers have tried to recapture Burroughs' magic: from... [click here for more]
Murray Leinster (1896-1975) enjoyed a reputation as a top pulp fiction writer from the 1920s through the 1960s, publishing dozens of novels and more than a thousand short stories -- and not just in the science fiction field, as this collection shows. However, his greatest fame came from SF, and the Sidewise Award (for best alternate history work) is named after his story, "Sidewise in Time."... [click here for more]
The third volume of Wildside Press's ongoing Murray Leinster series presents 15 more classic stories.
Leinster was the pen name for William F. Jenkins (1896-1975), one of the great magazine writers of the 20th Century. This collection spans 6 decades and touches on most of the genres in which he worked: science fiction, fantasy, mystery, adventure, and war. Best of all, this is the first time 8... [click here for more]