Mark Clifton (1906—1963) was an American science fiction writer, the co-winner of the first Hugo Award for best novel (for THEY'D RATHER BE RIGHT, written with Frank Riley). This volume assembles some of Clifton's very best work — including THEY'D RATHER BE RIGHT:
STAR BRIGHT (1952) THE KENZIE REPORT (1953) WE'RE CIVILIZED! SENSE FROM THOUGHT DIVIDE (1955) A WOMAN'S PLACE (1955) DO UNTO... [click here for more]
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The Irish Giant – that’s what Londoners called Charlie Bryne, an enormous country lad standing 8 feet tall in his bare feet. He made his fortune by exhibiting himself, but Bryne was far more than a human oddity. He had the magical power of healing, a deep connection to the natural magic of the earth, and the blood of Irish kings in his... [click here for more]