With Cirsova Submissions open, I haven’t had a chance to get started on the January 1950 issue of Astounding [which will likely be my last for some time]. So I wanted to highlight a few classic stories I’ve covered here at Castalia House.
The following are examples of the sorts of stories I’m looking for to acquire for upcoming issues of Cirsova.
If you haven’t read these, be sure to check them out! They’re fantastic:
Short Reviews – The Jewels of Chamar, by Raymond F. Jones
Short Reviews – The Seal Maiden, by Victor Rousseau Emanuel
Short Reviews – Three Lines of Old French, by A. Merritt
Short Reviews – The Vanishing Venusians, by Leigh Brackett
Short Reviews – The Devils of Po Sung, by Bassett Morgan
Short Reviews – The House Where Time Stood Still, by Seabury Quinn
Short Reviews – The Swine of Aeaea by Clifford Ball
Short Reviews – Stalemate in Space, by Charles L. Harness
Short Reviews – Priestess of the Flame, by Sewell Peaslee Wright
Short Reviews – Hellhounds of the Cosmos by Clifford D. Simak