A Pail of Air contains his excellent satirical stories; The Beat Cluster, Pipe Dream, Bread Overhead, The Last Letter and Rum-Titty-Titty-Tum-Tah-Tee. The stories seem to be culled from Galaxy magazine. Nice cover art by Richard Powers. A lot of these stories can be found in Deadly Moon which is still available.A Pail of Air reviews & articles
A Pail of Air review at Science Fiction RuminationsContains the following short stories (listed in alphabetical order)
Along with Fantastic and F&SF, Galaxy magazine accounts for much of Fritz Leiber’s output during the 50s and 60s. The stories Fritz sold to Galaxy magazine tended to be the lighter, more whimsical stories, but none the less contain several of his classic stories.
Covers are only shown where they are for one of Fritz’s stories.+*0+*
First published in 1990 by Dark Harvest as a Hardback
Contains the following short stories (listed in alphabetical order)
237 Talking Statues EtcA Bad Day for SalesA Rite of SpringAlice and the AllergyAmerica The BeautifulBelsen ExpressCatch that ZeppelinComing AttractionGonna Roll The BonesHorrible ImaginingsMarianaMidnight by the Morphy WatchPail of AirPoor SupermanRum-Titty-Titty-Tum-Tah-TeeSanityShip of ShadowsSmoke GhostThe Automatic PistolThe Beat ClusterThe Death of PrincessThe End Fray of OfayThe Girl With the Hungry EyesThe GloveThe Haunted FutureThe HoundThe Man Who Made Friends With ElectricityThe Man Who Never Grew YoungThe Moon is GreenThe Night He CriedThe Winter FliesTry and Change the PastWanted - An EnemyWhat's he doing in thereYesterday House
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