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Gamma No. 1 1963

Gamma No. 1 1963

Gamma 1 New Frontiers in Fiction
Contents
Charles Beaumont “Mourning Song”
Fritz Leiber “Crimes Against Passion”
Ray Bradbury “Time in Thy Flight”
Tennessee Williams “The Vengeance of Nitocris”
A.E. van Vogt “Itself!”
Charles E. Fritch “Venus Plus Three”
Ray Russell “A Message From Morj”
William F. Nolan “To Serve the Ship”
The Gamma Interview: Rod Serling
George Clayton Johnson “The Freeway”
Herbert A. Simmons “One Night Stand”
Kris Neville “As Holy and Enchanted”
John Tomerlin “Shade of Day”
Forrest J. Ackerman “The Girl Who Wasn’t There”
Ray Bradbury “Death in Mexico” (verse)
Richard Matheson “Cresendo”

Gamma No. 1 1963
Editor & Publisher: Charles E. Fritch
Executive Editor: Jack Matcha
Managing Editor: William F. Nolan
Cover: Morris Scott Dollens
5.25” x 7.75” 128 pages 50¢

Manhunt No. 9 Sept. 1953

Manhunt No. 9 Sept. 1953

Manhunt Detective Story Magazine Vol. 1 No. 9 Sept. 1953
Contents
Evan Hunter “The Death of Me” (A Matt Cordell Novelette)
Fletcher Flora “Fair Game”
William Vance “What Am I Doing?”
Richard Marsten “Accident Report”
Richard Deming “Bonus Cop”
Dan Sontup’s Portrait of a Killer: Chester Jordan
Erskine Caldwell “The Motive”
Jack M. Bagby “Chase By Night”
Ray Bradbury “The Millionth Murder” art by Don Rico
Vincent H. Gaddis’ Crime Cavalcade
Hunt Collins “The Molested”
Craig Rice “Life Can Be Horrible” (John J. Malone)
Jonathan Craig “The Scrapbook”
Mugged and Printed: Erskine Caldwell, Ray Bradbury, Evan Hunter, Richard Deming, etc.

Flying Eagle Publications, Inc,
Editor: John McCloud
Managing Editor: E.A. Tulman
Assoc. Editor: Hal Walker
Art Director: Chas. W. Adams
Business Manager: R.E. Decker
144 pages, 35¢

Peter Enfantino’s story-by-story synopsis of Manhunt is featured in The Digest Enthusiast No. 6–10.

Opening Lines

Selected from a digest featured in The Digest Enthusiast book four:

“Just when the idea occurred to her that she was being murdered she could not tell.”
“Small Assassin” by Ray Bradbury Suspense Magazine #1, Spring 1951

First published in Dime Mystery (Nov. 1946), “Assassin” is included a several collections such as The October Country, The Autumn People, and The Vintage Bradbury.