Friday, September 24, 2010

"Texas and Other Planets" Table of Contents

Here it is:

Table of Contents for “Texas and Other Planets”

"A Rocket for the Republic"
“The Silver Dollar Saucer”
"The Witch of Waxahachie"
“A Djinn for General Houston”
"Professor Malakoff's Amazing Ethereal Telegraph"
“SPPAM”
"Silence is Golden"
"The Cast Iron Dybbuk"
"The Rocket-Powered Cat"
“Silvern”
"I Got You"
"Dialogue"
"Scouts' Honor"
"Fermi's Fraternity"
"Circe in Vitro"
"Avatar"
"Pen Pal"
"Rome, If You Want To"
“Dispatches from The Troubles”

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