Science-Fiction Adventures in Mutation Author:edited by Groff Conklin Berkley Medallion / Berkley Publishing Corporation  1st Ed. Very Good Condition. — Introduction by the editor, and these stories: Punishment Without Crime (1950) by Ray Bradbury; Arena (1944) by Fredric Brown; The Leech (1952) by Robert Sheckley; Through Channels (1951) by Richard Matheson; Lost Memory (1952) by Peter Phillips; Memorial (19... more »46) by Theodore Sturgeon; Prott (1953) by Margaret St. Clair; Flies (1953) by Isaac Asimov; The Microscopic Giants (1936) by Paul Ernst; The Other Inauguration (1953) by Anthony Boucher; Nightmare Brother (1953) by Alan E. Nourse; Pipeline to Pluto (1945) by Murray Leinster; Impostor (1953) by Philip K. Dick; They (1941) by Robert A. Heinlein; Let Me Live in a House (1954) by Chad Oliver.
The world's best writers in the SF field have been turning out superb stories about mutation for many years. In this rich collection of fourteen stories on the subject, you will find the whole problem examined from almost every conceivable angel.« less