INVADERS OF EARTH by Groff -- Ed. Conklin


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A companion to last year's anthology, Possible Worlds of Science Fiction, this offers the obverse side of the picture -- what and who conceivably could invade earth, and what would be the humans' reception of such invaders. The attackers range from a six inch angel to the kobolds who man the flying saucers and on to travelers who tamper with the weather fronts. There is a connecting thread of the need for tolerance and the development of a human society that is above armed warfare, and the stories are authored by topflight SF names -- Leinster, Wollheim, Van Vogt, Brown, etc.

Pub Date: March 4th, 1952
Publisher: Vanguard