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Black Cat Weekly #74

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Our 74th issue features an essay from Norman Spinrad, the sort of non-fiction feature I’d like to see more of here in the future. (In fact, we do have an interesting essay from Harlan Ellison coming up in an issue or two, too.) And I plan to resume running author interviews shortly as well.

This issue features an original story by Neil Plakcy, plus more recent tales by James A. Heart and Phyllis Ann Karr, plus classics by Norbert Davis, Ray Bradbury, Frank Belknap Long, and Edmond Hamilton. And no issue would be complete without a Hal Charles solve-it-yourself mystery.

Here’s this issue’s lineup:

Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure:
  • “Flaking Out in Wilton Manors,” by Neil Plakcy [Michael Bracken Presents short story]
  • “A Conundrum In Winter,” by Hal Charles [Solve-It-Yourself Mystery]
  • “Trip Among the Bluebonnets,” by James A. Hearn [short story]
  • “A Knotty Problem,” by Hal Meredith [short story]
  • “Dead Man’s Chest,” by Norbert Davis [novelet]
  • “An SF Manifesto,” by Norman Spinrad [essay]
Science Fiction & Fantasy:
  • “Two Days Out of Sludgepocket,” by Phyllis Ann Karr [short story]
  • “The Shape of Things,” by Ray Bradbury [short story]
  • “Galactic Heritage,” by Frank Belknap Long [short story]
  • “Regulations,” by Murray Leinster [short story]
  • “Transuranic,” by Edmond Hamilton [novelet]
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