Stanley G. Weinbaum Papers and Publications

Collection ID: 
Record Group (SPC) MSS LT 179



           Following Stanley Weinbaum's death in 1935 the demand from readers of his fiction in the science fiction pulp magazines of the period continued unabated.  His contemporary agents, his widow, and later Forrest J. Ackerman, as agent, continued to see, from Weinbaum's legacy of typescripts, that the pulps published new stories, that Weinbaum anthologies were issued, and that his work continued to appear in general anthologies throughout the world.

            In the Spring of 1993 his widow, now Margaret Kay (d.1996), presented to the Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection of the Temple University Libraries the remaining family collection of the manuscripts, pulps, agent correspondence, and related archival materials of Stanley G. Weinbaum.  In addition she has provided for the conservation of the manuscripts to ensure their preservation through microfilming which was completed in November 1996.

            Appended to this register of manuscripts, correspondence and pulp issues in the Weinbaum Papers is a list of editions of his works in the Science fiction and Fantasy Collection and many of the anthologies, English language and foreign, in which his works have appeared, also in the Collection.

            In 1934, in what is now regarded as the Golden Age of Science Fiction publishing, appeared "A Martian Odyssey" in WONDER STORIES by Stanley G. Weinbaum.  It was the first published science fiction story of the author and the first alien story to probe the alternative psyche of beings from extra-terrestrial bodies and explore the eco-systems of other planets all from a non-earth based view.  It was also the first of the stories from less than two years of publishing before the author died prematurely of cancer.

            Posthumously published short stories and novels of Stanley G. Weinbaum only enhanced his reputation gained in his short years of pulp publication.  His writing style and his excursions in humour, superman studies, and alien life remain today landmarks of early science fiction creative thought.

            Stanley Weinbaum wrote in longhand without extensive revision, his manuscripts typed by his wife for submission.  The drafts and holograph manuscripts described below exhibit his clarity of description and plot as he wrote, only occasionally and for major novels (THE NEW ADAM) did he approach with extensive planning, like Mozart most of his work was created and revised before placing on paper.

            Prior to the acceptance of his science fiction stories he wrote numerous manuscripts for the freelance romantic and mystery market under the pseudonym Marge Stanley, the majority unsold.  Many of these manuscripts are in this collection as well as many of the science fiction manuscripts and typescripts.  The excited fan mail to his pulps on his work prior to and following his death and during the posthumous pulp publishing is also preserved in this collection.

           Milwaukee author, University of Milwaukee attendee, and Golden Age American science fiction innovator: Stanley G. Weinbaum, 1902-1935.




               Box 1           "The Adaptive Ultimate."  Holograph in pencil, with decorative
                                    heading on page one.  42p. on 42 leaves.  Minimal reworking of
                                    text.  8vo.

                                     "The Black Flame."  Typed, carbon and direct. 269p. on 242 leaves
                                    (pp.1-6, 8-34, 47-56, 58-92 [12] 117 [1] 120-174 [7] 181-189 [1]
                                    192-269).  Incomplete.  8vo.

                                     "The Circle of Zero."  Typed, carbon.  25p. on 25 leaves.  8vo.

                                     "The New Adam."  Original drafts: two college notebooks
                                    (French, and English & Chemistry) with his collegiate notes.                                                   
                                     Apparently used during his sales travelling in 1926 for a Chicago
                                    chemical firm in Wisconsin and Minnesota as note books and
                                     contain on 64 pages his first draft of "New Adam."  First sentence:
                                      "Anna Hall died as stolidly as she had lived."  12mo.  Ink on paper.

                                    “New Adam.”  Holograph in pencil, decorative headings on four
                                    leaves.  23 leaves (24p.).  Includes: Contents leaf (2p.), Proem
                                    (8p.), and of Book I, chapter 1 (12p.) and two pages of chapter.

                                     "The Planet of Doubt."  Holograph in pencil, decorative heading on
                                    page one.  52p. on 52 leaves, wanting page 7.  With author's

                                     "The Point of View."  Typed carbon.  22p. on 22 leaves. 
                                    Clean copy.

                                     "Proteus Island."  Holograph in pencil, decorative heading on
                                    page one.  62p. on 62 leaves.  Few author changes.

                                     "The Red Peri."  Typed carbon.  64p. on 64 leaves.

               Box 1           "Redemption Cairn."  typed carbon.  40p. on 40 leaves.

                                    "Shifting Seas."  Holograph in pencil.  43p. on 43 leaves.

               Box 2           "What's It All About?  Holograph in pencil.  Two folders. 420p. 
                                    Decorative chapter headings.  (Folder 2: Box 2).

                                     "What's It All About?"  Typed carbon.  362p.  Incomplete;
                                    Preface and Chapter 4 to end: first three chapters wanting.

                                     "What's It All About?"  By Edward N. Schoolman, M.D. and Stanley
                                    G. Weinbaum.  "Suggested Alternative Titles: New Lives for old
                                    [and] Utopia Bound."  [2]xviii, 362p. on 382 leaves.  Original
                                     typed copy, in binder with stamp of Otis Kline Associates, Agents. 
                                    Holograph name and address of Margaret Kay.

                                     "The World's Luckiest."  Holograph in pencil.Fragments: 5 pages of
                                    Chapter one, ending in mid-sentence, two pages on one of chapter
                                    outline, and one page of notes.  Decorative headings on chapter
                                    list and page one of Chapter one.



      Box 3           "After Dinner Love" By Marge Stanley [pseud.].  Original typed copy
                                    in binder.  260p. Title page on submission-return letterhead of
                                    Lurton Blassingame, Agent, N.Y.C.

                                     "The Lady Dances" By Marge Stanley [pseud.] 

                                    "Synopsis."  Typed copy.  10p. on 10 leaves.

                                     "The Lady Dances" By Marge Stanley [pseud.]. Syndication
                                     3-column sheets with illustrations by Hammon, one sheet per
                                    chapter.  "Copyrighted 1934, by King Features Syndicate, Inc." 
                                    Pasted into oversize scrapbook (filed in oversize box), with
                                     International Literary Bureau, New York scratched out on cover
                                    label.  36 sheets.

                                     "The Lady in the Rain."  [Title of Chapter One, no title page]. 
                                    Original typing.  245p.

                                     "She Tried to be Bad."  By Marge Stanley [pseud.].  Original typing.
                                      21p. on 21 leaves.  For Weinbaum, heavily pencil changed,
                                    revisions, emendations. (6,000 words).

     Box 3           "She Tried to be Bad."  By Marge Stanley [pseud.].  Original typing,
                                    18p.  Revised typing from above changes .  With cover title page
                                    on submission-return letterhead of Lurton Blassingame, Agent,
                                     N.Y.C. (4,000 words).

                                     "Without Love" [By Marge Stanley, pseud.].  Typed carbon, 202
                                     pages.  Some typing on verso of blank letterhead sheets of
                                    Leban-Kasson Co., Inc., Manufacturers Representatives,
                                    Cleveland, Ohio.


              Stanley G. Weinbaum.  Studio portrait, photoprint, photographer
                                    unidentified.  21.5 x 16 cm.  This is the portrait used by Fantasy
                                    Press on the dust jacket for The Black Flame and in The Dawn of  
                                    Flame and Other Stories.

                                     Stanley G. Weinbaum.  As above, photoprint, reduced to
                                    14.7 x 9.7 cm.  From commercial mat imprinted: Haynes, Palace
                                    Theatre Bldg., Milwaukee.

                                     Margaret Weinbaum.  Amateur photograph, photoprint, posing on
                                    stairs outside building in Waco, Texas, early 1930s.  12.4 x 9.8 cm.

                                     Original mat and contemporary frame for the two S.G.W.
                                    photoprints, above.


      Box 4           Ackerman, Forrest J. (as Agent) 1945-1949.  1 folder.

                                     Ackerman, Forrest J. (1970s-1980) publicity news clippings. 
                                    1 folder.

                                     American Fiction Guild (Norvell W. Page) 1935.  1 folder.

                                     Blassingame, Lurton (as Agent) 1935-1936.  1 folder.

                                     International Literary Bureau (as Agent) 1934-1936.  1 folder.

                                     King Features Syndicate.  1933-1935 with financial statements.
                                     1 folder.

      Box 4           Moskowitz, Sam (as editor and historian) 1946-            1947.  1 folder.

                                     Otis Kline Associates (Oscar Friend) 1948-1956.  1 folder.

                                     Schwartz, Julius (as Agent) 1934-1953.  1 folder.

                                     Tibbs & Tibbs, (Attorneys) 1939-1945.  1 folder.
                                     Weisinger, Mortimer (Astounding, Fantasy Magazine,
                                     etc.  1934-1936.  1 folder.

                                     Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback, Continental Publications,
                                    Charles Hornig, Samuel Scheff) 1934-1935.  1 folder.

                                     Ziff-Davis Publishing Co. 1939.  1 folder.

                                     Various Agents and Publishers. 1934-1955.  1 folder.


             Correspondence from Ralph Milner Farley (collaborator), Donald
                                    Wollheim, Earle Perry (Texas), Walter Gillings (England), Otto
                                    Binder, John Pierce, et al.

                                     Wonder Stories. 1935 Nov./Dec. (v.7, no.6). Page 673
                                    announcement, pp.756-757 fan mail on Weinbaum.

                                     Astounding Stories. 1936 February (v.16, no.6).  Pages 151-160
                                    Fan mail on Weinbaum.

                                     Astounding Stories 1936 April (v.17, no.2).  Pages 151-160, Fan
                                    mail and condolences.

                                     Wonder Stories 1936 April (v.7, no.8).  Page 907, obituary.

                                     Astounding Stories 1936 May (v.17, no.3).  Pages 155-160, fan
                                    mail on Weinbaum.

                                     Thrilling Wonder Stories 1936 October (v.8, no.2).  Page 125,
                                    announcement by Raymond Palmer of the Weinbaum Memorial
                                    Volume, Milwaukee.

               Box 5           Startling Stories 1939 March (v.1, no.2).  Pages 122-129, fan mail
                                    on "The Black Flame."

                                     Satellite Science Fiction 1959 May (v.3, no.6).  Pages 28-34:
                                    "Stanley G. Weinbaum: Dawn of Flame" by Sam Moskowitz. 
                                    Also: pp.59-60: "Graph" by Weinbaum.

                                     Name a Star.  Immortality Inc., l978.  Naming star number 00-229
                                    (82 degrees 56 minutes 34.02 seconds 1H 17M 27.125S
                                    Constellation Cepheus) as the Stanley Grauman Weinbaum star.

                                     Insight.  The Sunday Magazine of the Milwaukee Journal.  1980
                                    January 20.  Cover and pp.6-9:
                                     "From Milwaukee to Mars: The Odyssey of Stanley G. Weinbaum"
                                    by Frank William Puncer.  Cover art by Gregg Klees (Flat box).

                                     Fantasy Commentator.  1991 Fall (v.7, no.2): Weinbaum Memorial
                                    Issue with articles by Eric Leif Davin, Sam Moskowitz, R. Alain
                                    Everts, Octavio Ramos, Jr. and SGW's "Last Citizen of Earth",
                                     verse, p.125.

                                     "Sources of Inspiration?  Stanley G. Weinbaum's Shirt Pocket
                                      Library" by Eric Leif Davin.  Typescript, 1992?  13p.

                                     Bibliographical folder: card file of stories with composition dates,
                                    agents, submissions, purchasers and prices paid.  Late or post
                                    1950 4p. lists of Weinbaum stories published and unpublished.

                                     From SGW's Library: 21 Haldeman-Julius Little Blue Books
                                    (2 folders): Daniel Bonus, Anton S. Booker, Hereward Carrington,
                                    Will Durant (2), Charles Finger (2), Gloria Goddard, Leo Markun
                                    (2), Joseph McCabe (2), Maynard Shipley (4), Upton Sinclair,
                                     Robert Louis Stevenson, Clement Wood, and "Self-Contradictions
                                    of the Bible."


              "The Black Flame."  In: Startling Stories January 1939 (v.1, no.1).

                                     "The Brink of Infinity."  In: Thrilling Wonder Stories December 1936
                                    (v.8, no.3).


               Box 5           "The Circle of Zero."  In: Thrilling Wonder Stories August 1936
                                    (v.8, no.1).

             "Dawn of Flame."  In: Thrilling Wonder Stories June 1939
                                    (v.13, no.3).

               Box 6           "Flight on Titan."  In: Astounding Stories January 1935 (v.14, no.5).

                                     "Green Glow of Death."  In Crack Detective and Mystery Stories              
                                      July 1957 (v.17, no.1).

                                     "The Lotus Eaters."  In: Astounding Stories April 1935 (v.15, no.2).

                                    "The Mad Moon."  In: Astounding Stories December 1935
                                    (v.16, no.4).

                                     "[The Mad Moon]" trans. "Sileny mesic."
                                     In: Ikarie July 1990 (Prague).

                                     "Parasite Planet."  In: Astounding Stories February 1935
                                    (v.14, no.6).

                                     "Planet of Doubt."  In: Astounding Stories October 1935
                                    (v.16, no.2).

                                     "The Point of View."  In: Wonder Stories February 1936 (v.7, no.7).

               Box 7           "Proteus Island."  In: Astounding Stories August 1936 (v.17, no.6).

                                     "Pygmalion's Spectacles."  In: Wonder Stories June 1935
                                    (v.7, no.1).

                                     "Pygmalion's Spectacles."  In: Fantastic Story Magazine
                                    Spring 1955 (v.8, no.2)

                                     "The Red Peri."  In: Astounding Stories November 1935
                                    (v.16, no.3).

                                     "Redemption Cairn."  In: Astounding Stories March 1936
                                     (v.17, no.1).

                                     "Revolution of 1950. Part 2."  In: Amazing Stories November 1938
                                     (v.12, no.6).



               Box 7        "Smothered Seas" by Ralph Milne Farley and Stanley G. Weinbaum.
                                  In: Astounding Stories January 1936 (v.16, no.5).

             "Valley of Dreams."  In: Wonder Stories November 1934 (v.6, no.6).

               "The Worlds of If."  In: Wonder Stories August 1935 (v.7, no.3).

                                  “A Martian Odyssey.”  In: Expanse.  Winter 1994 (number 2).
                                  “Forrest J. Ackerman selects…”

                                  “Sources of Inspiration?  Weinbaum’s Shirt Pocket Library.”  By Eric
                                  Leif Davin.  In: Fantasy Commentator, Fall 1997 (vol. 9, no. 2). 
                                  pp. 133-140, 153-156.

                                  “Biography of Stanley G. Weinbaum.”  By RAE [R. Alain Everts]. 
                                  Stanley Grauman Weinbaum, Pts. I-IV.  (Madison, Wis., The     
                                  Strange Co., 1990-1991).  EOD?  Photocopy of a copy sent by
                                  Everts to A. Langley Searles now in the Searles H.P.L. Files,


               Box 8        One set (4 reels) of the Weinbaum microfilm (service copy).

                                  Three books from the Library of Margaret Kay, each with a
                                  presentation poem inscribed to her from Stanley Weinbaum:

(1)  India’s Love Lyrics, including The Garden of Kama. 
           Collected & arranged in verse by Laurence Hope.  New
           York, Dodd, Mean and Company, 1923.  16 line
           holograph      verse “To Margaret.”

(2)  The Eve of Saint Agnes.  John Keats.  Philadelphia, George
        W. Jacobs & Co. [n.d.]  14 line holograph verse “Margaret.”

(3)  The Uplands of Dream.  Edgar Saltus.  Edited with an
       introduction & a bibliography by Charles Honce.  Chicago,   
       Pascal Covici, 1925, 12 line holograph verse “Margaret."

(A Selection)

                                  The Black Flame.  Stanley G. Weinbaum.  Reading, Pa., Fantasy
                                  Press, 1948.  And, another issue.  Copy No. 261 of 500 of the
                                  edition of 3,000.

                                  The Black Flame.  [New York].  Avon Books [April 1969].  Pb.

                                  The Black Flame.  [The Newly Restored Edition].  With a new
                                  introduction by Sam Moskowitz.  San Francisco, A Tachyon
                                  Publication [October 1995].

                                  The Dark Other.  Stanley G. Weinbaum.  Los Angeles, Fantasy
                                  Publishing Co., Inc., 1950.


                                  Dawn of Flame And Other Stories.  Stanley G. Weinbaum.
                                  [Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Fictioneers and Milwaukee Chapter of
                                  the American Fiction Guild, c1936].

                                  Fantasy Twin.  Los Angeles, Fantasy Publishing Co., Inc.  [1951?]
                                  Fantasy Publishing Co.’s combined edition from original sheets, one
                                  of 500, of L. Sprague de Camp’s The Undesired Princess, 1951, and
                                  Weinbaum’s The Dark Other, 1950.

                                  The King’s Watch.  Stanley Weinbaum.  [Rochester, MI]
                                  Posthumous Press, 1994.

                                  The Lady Dances.  Stanley G. Weinbaum.  Gradignan, France,
                                  Robert Soubie & Les Editions de l’Aged ’Or [2007].

                                  The Martian Odyssey and Others.  Stanley G. Weinbaum, Reading,
                                  Pa., Fantasy Press, 1949.  Trade issue and limited issue, no. 137 of

                                  A Martian Odyssey [and Other Classics of Science Fiction by]
                                  Stanley Weinbaum.  [Edited and with a special introduction by Sam
                                  Moskowitz].  New York, Lancer books [1962].  Pb.

                                  A Martian Odyssey.  Another printing, 1966.

                                  A Martian Odyssey.  Third printing, 1972.

                                  A Martian Odyssey and Other Science Fiction TalesThe Collected
                                  Short Stories of Stanley G. Weinbaum.  Introduction by Sam
                                  Moskowitz.  Westport, Connecticut, Hyperion Press, Inc. [1974].

                                  The New Adam.  By Stanley G. Weinbaum.  Chicago, New York, 
                                  Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, 1939.  62p.  Blue cloth printed in
                                  blue.  First book edition.

                                  The New Adam.  Stanley G. Weinbaum.  [New York] An Avon Book
                                  [May 1969].  190p.  Wrappers as issued, cover illustration by Jeff
                                  Jones.  "First paperback publication."

                                  The New Adam.  Stanley G. Weinbaum.  London, Sphere Books
                                  Limited [1974].  [203]p.  Wrappers, cover illustration not signed.
                                   Their: SF Classic No. 14.

                                  The Red Peri.  Stanley G. Weinbaum.  Reading, Pa., Fantasy Press,



                                  Der Neue Adam. [The New Adam]. Ein Klassicher Science
                                  Fiction-Roman.  Deutsche Erstveroffentlichung.  Munchen
                                  [Germany] Wilhelm Heyne Verlag [1977].  Deutsche Ubersetzung
                                  von Werner Fuchs.  Wrappers.  [176]p.  Heyne no.3542. 
                                  Cover illustration by Olof Feindt (Van Vindt).

                                  Die Besten Stories von Stanley G. Weinbaum [The Best of]
                                  [Munchen, Germany] Moewig [Moweig Verlag, 1980].  Wrappers,
                                  cover illustration: Norma/Pujolar.  368p.  Contents: Foreword by
                                  Isaac Asimov.--A Martian Odyssey.--Valley of Dreams.--The
                                  Adaptive Ultimate.--Parasite Planet.--Pygmalion's Spectacles.--The
                                  Worlds of If.--The Mad Moon.--Redemption Cairn.--The Ideal.—The
                                  Lotus Eaters.

                                  Der Dunkle Doppelganger. [The Dark Other].  Ein Klassischer
                                  Science Fiction-Roman.  Deutsche Erstveroffentlichung.  Munchen
                                  [Germany], Wilhelm Heyne Verlag [1975].  Deutsche Ubersetzung
                                  Von Yoma Cap.  Wrappers.  [174]p.  Heyne no. 3424.  Cover
                                  illustration by Karl Stephan.

                         La Flamme Noire [The Black Flame].  [Paris] Albin Michel [seconde
                                  edition francaise, 1972].  Traduction francaise par Georges-H.
                                  Gallet.  Wrappers.  [254]p.

                                  Mars-Odyssee [A Martian Odyssey].  Science Fiction Erzahlungen. 
                                  Sonderausgabe.  Munchen             [Germany], Wilhelm Heyne Verlag
                                  [1987].  Deutsche Ubersetzung von Walter Brumm.  Wrappers.
                                  [172]p.  Cover illustration by Johann Peterka.  Contents: Das
                                  Wunder Weinbaum von Sam Moskowitz.--A Martian Odyssey.--The
                                  Adaptive Ultimate.—The Lotus Eaters.--Proteus Island.--Brink of

                                  Lo Mejor de Stanley G. Weinbaum [The Best of...] [Barcelona,
                                  Spain], Ediciones Martinez Roca, S.A. [1977].  Prologo de Isaac
                                  Asimov, Epilogo de Robert Bloch.  Traduccion de Mariano Orta.
                                  Wrappers.  271p.  Cover illustration by Salinas Blanch.  Contents:
                                  La segunda nova (Asimov).—Una odisea marciana.--El valle de los
                                  suenos.-- Maxima adaptabilidad.--Las gafas de Pigmalion.--
                                  Mares cambiantes.--Los mundos 'si'.--La Luna loca.- Rescate de un
                                  secreto.--El ideal.--Lotofagos.—La isla de Proteo.--Stanley G.
                                  Weinbaum, un recuerdo personal (Bloch).

                                  Un'Odissea Marziana [A Martian Odyssey].
                                  [Bologna, Italy], libra editrice [1982].
                                  Traduzione di Roberta Rambelli e Luigi Cozzi.
                                  Introduction by Ugo Malaguti.  Leatherette,
                                  dust jacket: tempera di Allison.  Contents in
                                  English: A Martian Odyssey.--The Valley of the
                                  Dreams.--Parasite Planet.--The Lotos Eaters.--
                                  The Planet of Doubt.--The Mad Moon.

                                  Die Schwarze Flamme.  [The Black Flame].  Science
                                  Fiction-Roman.  Deutsche Erslveroffentlichung.
                                  munchen [Germany], Wilhelm Heyne Verlag [1974].
                                  Deutsche Ubersetzung von Gunter Treffer.  Wrappers.
                                  [236]p.  cover illustration by Karl Stephan.
                                  Heyne no.3387.

                                  Die Welten des Wenn... [Martian Odyssey volume].
                                  Klassische Science-fiction-Erzahlungen.  [Berlin]
                                  Verlag Das Neue Berlin [1988].  Translation by
                                  by Edda Fensch.  With an afterword and bibliography
                                  by Erik Simon.  Boards.  Contents: Eine Mars-
                                  Odyssee--Das Tal der Traume--Die Welten des Wenn--
                                  Der Kreis der Null--Die auBerste Anpassung—Die Proteus-Insel—
                                  Der Parasitenplanet--Die Lotosesser --Erik Simon: Weinbaums
                                  Welten, wenn Eine

                                  Nachbemerkung--Die Science-fiction Stanley G.            Weinbaums.


                                  1976: Galery der Giganten 1.  de beste science-fictionverhalen
                                             gekozen door the Members of the Science-Fiction Writers of
                                             America.  Samenstelling Robert Silverberg. 
                                            Amsterdam/Brussel, Elsevier, 1976.  Wrappers.  208p. 
                                            Original: Science Fiction Hall of Fame.  Includes Weinbaum's
                                            "Een Martiaanse Odyssee", p.9-40.

                                  1976: Robot. Speciale 1.  Rivista di Fantascienza.  (Suppl. al n.9). 
                                            Milano, Armenia Editore, 1976.  Wrappers.  189p. Includes
                                            Weinbaum's "Cerchio uguale a zero" (Circle of Zero,
                                             translated by Gabriele Tamburine), p.91-107.

                                  1978: Sprong Naar Omega.  20 verhalen van SF-Grootmeesters,
                                            Samengesteld door A. van Hageland.  Zele, D.A.P. Reinaert
                                            Vitgaven [1978].  Wrappers.  373p.  Includes Weinbaum's
                                            "De Lotuseters," p.315-344.

                                  1985: Aus Dem Tagebuch Einer Ameise. Wissenschaftlich-
                                            Phantastische Tiergeschichten.  [Berlin] Verlag Neues
                                             Leben [1985].  Cloth with dust jacket.  Herausgegeben von
                                             Michael Szameit.  Includes Weinbaum's "Mars-Odyssee,"
                                              p.105-[131].  With illustration by Werner Ruhner.

                                  1985: Science Fiction Jubilaums Band.  25 jahre Heyne science
                                            fiction & fantasy 1960-1985.  Das Lesebuch.  Herausgegeben
                                            von Wolfgang Jeschke.  Munchen, Wilhelm Heyne Verlag
                                             [1985].  Wrappers.  [796]p.  Includes Weinbaum's "Die
                                            Lotos-Esser" p.254-282.

                                  1985: Die Spannendsten Weltraum-Geschichten.        
                                             Herausgegeben von Thomas Le Blanc.  Munchen,
                                             Sudwest, dust jacket, 360p.  Includes Weinbaum's
                                            "Eine Mars-Odyssee," p.195-229, illustrated by Teodor