Author:Donald Allen Wollheim
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- "Black Flames," in Stirring Science Stories (April 1941) with Robert A. W. Lowndes
- "Strange Return," in Stirring Science Stories (February 1941)
- "Bones," in Stirring Science Stories (February 1941)
- "Blueprint," in Stirring Science Stories (April 1941)
- "!!!," in Stirring Science Stories (April 1941)
- "Cosmophobia," in Stirring Science Stories (April 1941)
- "Blind Flight," in Stirring Science Stories (March 1942)
- "The Unfinished City," in Stirring Science Stories (March 1942)
- Storm Warning (1942)
- A letter to Weird Tales (October 1936, vol. 28, no. 3)
- "A First-rate Job," letter to Weird Tales (October 1937, vol. 30, no. 4)
- Avon Fantasy Reader (1947 to 1952)
- Avon Science Fiction Reader (1951 to 1952)
- Cosmic Stories (1941)
- Stirring Science Stories (1941 to 1942)
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