Six Science Fiction Plays
1 journaler for this copy...
I can let this go after I read these, and also:
1943 Conjure Wife [read 2011]
1943 Gather, Darkness [read 2012]
1947 The Man Who Never Grew Young (short story) [read 2018]
1947 Night's Black Agents (story collection) [n/a]
1952 The Moon Is Green [read 2018]
1954 The Mechanical Bride by Fritz Leiber [read 2019]
1956 Lease To Doomsday [read 2019]
1967 The City on the Edge of Forever by Harlan Ellison [read 2019]
1968 The Pigman (The Odd Old Man) [read 2013]
1970 The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds [read 2014]
1970 Let Me Hear You Whisper by Paul Zindel [read 2020]
1972 Stranger with Roses by John Jakes [read 2020]
1975 Sting! by Tom Reamy [read 2021]
1975 Contact Point by Theodore R Cogswell and George Rae Cogswell [read 2021]
Edit February 26, 2021: I think these were mostly okay, but I just skimmed to end for time. I was most interested in the Star Trek episode, which I read closely. The script differed quite a bit from the show, especially in regards to Spock's character, because the Vulcan air of logical indifference is probably a Leonard Nimoy invention, long after this was written.
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