SPACE ON MY HANDS by Fredric Brown
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SPACE ON MY HANDS

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A fine assortment of science fiction short stories which relieves the horror of bems with sly humor and exercises a practised narrative hold. There's a stranded spacer who longs for the green of Earth, a variation on the ""last man"" story, a pixillated Doberman who helps her master, a s. -f. writer over a rough bump, a billionaire who uses the stars for sky-writing advertisements, a modern man who was once Napoleon, etc. etc. Imaginative, ingenious.

Pub Date: March 12th, 1951
Publisher: Shasta Publishers