Editor's note: We like to think of F. B. Bryning as sitting with his typewriter humming before him - surely an Australian typewriter must be as murmurous as the bee-laden glades of 'Down Under' when animated by such story-gathering talents - and writing continuously for hours. The time element is of vital importance, for only then can we be sure he will continue to delight us with sequels to his amazing atomic age story about the mutant child of Dr. Elizabeth Buckley as entertaining as this - and as supercharged with totally unexpected thrills.
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yFantastic Universevol.4no.5December1955Z13456751955periodical issue science fiction fantasy 1955
Coming GenerationFrank B. Bryning,
1955single work short story science fiction — Appears in:
61955;(p. 72-81)'In this unforgettable potrayal of radiation mutation in the realm of human genetics Mr Bryning has touched on a fear and a hope unique in our time...' - (from Editor's Note p.72)