(From the publisher):
Here are science fiction stories with a difference, each by a top writer, each unusual in treatment and subject.
Interplanetary war between worlds in other galaxies... runaway experiments in nature... sensational productions of different kinds of creature life in far-off space... visitors from worlds beyond time.
These are some of the humourous, exciting and awesome aspects of existence in the worlds of tomorrow.
- Introduction by August Derleth
- The Tinkler by Poul Anderson
- Superiority by Arthur C. Clarke
- McIlvaine’s Star by August Derleth
- Brothers Beyond the Void by Paul W. Fairman
- Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful! by Stuart Friedman
- The Dead Planet by Edmond Hamilton
- Like a Bird, Like a Fish by H.B. Hickey
- The Gardener by Margaret St. Clair
- Null-P by William Tenn
- Strange Harvest by Donald Wandrei
Original title: Worlds of Tomorrow
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction
The following works are contained within this one:
Dead Planet, the (1946) [Short Story]
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Superiority (1951) [Short Story]
Author: Arthur C. Clarke
- This is an English selection from the 1953 anthology "Worlds of Tomorrow".