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Technology. . The more highbrow entries, such as Astounding Science Fiction, were aiming for that same market as the traditionally more respectable, but rarer, science fiction novels. .

River Styx Works Cited. Technology always carries the problem of 'responsible use' with it. Kenneth Bulmer, a writer much more prolific than Tubb, provided the issue's 30 page novelette, 'Quarry', a fantasy of duelling royals on Mars.

Five short stories rounded out the fiction for the issue, with E C Tubb returning for 'The Spice of Danger' (under the name Alan Innes).