Enslaved Brains is a tale of humanity rising against the Cult of the Scientists.
Tetrahedra of Space – Five stories of Martians, Mercutians, Atlantis, and a survivor of remotely ancient times.
The Pool of Life – From out of the primordial ooze comes an entity that plots to conquer the Earth.
The Girl in the Golden Atom – humans are reduced to the size of the atom, finding a whole new universe in the diminutive scale.
Professor Jameson’s Adventures in the Universe, Vol. 4 – The fourth volume of the explorations of Professor Jameson. Forty million years after his death, Professor Jameson’s brain is reanimated and placed into a mechanical body. His adventures in his second, immortal life take him across the universe.
The Moon Trilogy is a three-part story that begins with a tale of space travel and reincarnation, becomes a tale of military dictatorship, and ends with a second American Revolution.
Cosmos was the biggest round-robin project of the classic pulp fiction era. Eighteen authors collaborated to create this massive seventeen chapter novel about interstellar and inter-dimensional conquest.
Darkside – From Mercury to Ganymede, life wants to survive. In whatever form it takes, in whatever form it is made in, human, alien, demi-god, android, life wants to survive. Five stories of some of the life-forms in Leigh Brackett’s universe.
Time Quarry – In the 80th century, an astronaut, presumed lost for twenty years, returns to Earth. However, a time traveler comes back from the future and tries to have him killed before he can write a book and spread dangerously subversive beliefs.
Armageddon – Through wars and conquests and societal “reorganizations”, Ray Bradbury writes about the “endings” of things in these five science fiction stories. From the most personal and singular, to the most public and cosmic all things must come to an end.
Professor Jameson’s Adventures in the Universe Vol.3 – wherein the good Professor meets biological Zoromes, engages in a Space War with other mechanical men, and avoids becoming lunch for some very odd metal-eating creatures.
Professor Jameson’s Adventures in the Universe Vol.2 – The second volume of the explorations of Professor Jameson. Forty million years after his death, Professor Jameson’s brain is reanimated and placed into a mechanical body. His adventures in his second, immortal life take him across the universe.