|Pan paperback, 1972. Artist uncredited.|
"Worlds of TomorrowAliens, on Earth and ElsewhereOther DimensionsDamon Knight has said that SF and prophecy are two different things. SF deals with what may be, not what will be. This superb collection allows the reader to enter worlds which exist nowhere else, to experience many things still undreamed of in earthly philosophy."
I - Worlds of Tomorrow
With The Night Mail by Rudyard Kipling
Mr Murphy of New York by Thomas McMorrow
New Apples in the Garden by Kris Neville
Sanity by Fritz Leiber
II - Aliens, on Earth and Elsewhere
The Shapes by J.-H. Rosny aîné
The Other Celia by Theodore Sturgeon
Black Charlie by Gordon R. Dickson
III Other Dimensions
A Subway Named Mobius by A. J. Deutsch
The Man Who Came Early by Poul Anderson
The Other Now by Murray Leinster.