Short Fiction Eligible for the 1941 Retro-Hugos Vol. 5, a collection of 20 public domain short stories published in 1940 assembled by File 770 commenter von Dimpleheimer. (Earlier posts contain links to Volume One, Volume Two, Volume Three and Volume Four.)
These books are created to help MidAmeriCon II members who will vote next year on the Retro Hugos (along with the regular Hugos).
The links lead to a Google storage drive.
- Epub Volume Five
- Epub 2 Volume Five (works with Adobe Digital Editions 4.5)
- Kindle Volume Five
Here is the table of contents of Volume Five:
- Nelson S. Bond “Beyond Light” Planet Stories, Winter 1940
- Nelson S. Bond “Dictator of Time” Planet Stories, Spring 1940
- Nelson S. Bond “The Fertility of Dalrymple Todd” Fantastic Adventures, August 1940
- Nelson S. Bond “The Judging of the Priestess” Fantastic Adventures, April 1940
- Nelson S. Bond “The Scientific Pioneer” Amazing Stories, March 1940
- Nelson S. Bond “The Ultimate Salient” Planet Stories, Fall 1940
- Nelson S. Bond “The Unusual Romance of Ferdinand Pratt” Weird Tales, September 1940
- Leigh Brackett “The Stellar Legion” in Planet Stories, Winter 1940.
- Malcolm Jameson “Admiral’s Inspection” Astounding Science-Fiction, April 1940
- Malcolm Jameson “Joshua’s Battering Ram” Astonishing Stories, June 1940
- Malcolm Jameson “Murder in the Time World” Amazing Stories, August 1940
- Malcolm Jameson “Philtered Power” Unknown, March 1940
- Malcolm Jameson “Prospectors of Space” Thrilling Wonder Stories, September 1940
- Malcolm Jameson “White Mutiny” Astounding Science-Fiction, October 1940
- C. L. Moore “Song in a Minor Key” in Scienti-Snaps, February 1940.
- Dorothy Quick “Transparent Stuff” Unknown, June 1940
- Dorothy Quick “Turn Over” Weird Tales, November 1940
- Dorothy Quick “Two for a Bargain” Unknown, December 1940
- Gretchen Ruediger “Wind in the Moonlight” Weird Tales, May 1940
- Helen Weinbaum “The Valley of the Undead” Weird Tales, September 1940
Eight stories in this volume are part of various series.
Bond’s “The Scientific Pioneer” is a Horse-Sense Hank story and “The Judging of the Priestess” is a Meg story.
Jameson’s Bullard stories, “Admiral’s Inspection” and “White Mutiny” and Quick’s Patchwork Quilt stories, “Transparent Stuff” and “Two for a Bargain” are presented in chronological order.
Brackett’s “The Stellar Legion” is the first of her Venus stories and Moore’s “Song in a Minor Key” is the last of her Northwest Smith stories.
Minor correction: The author of the Northwest Smith stories was C. L. Moore.
Thanks Vicki. WordPress’ notion of autocorrect tried to do something “helpful” in the draft stage, and when I fixed that I didn’t notice I had also blown away Moore’s first initial.
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