Three novellas by the masters of classic sci-fi: How it Was When The Past Went Away – Robert Silverberg: Memory-erasing drugs are dropped in the water supply so overnight, anyone who drank the tap water lost their memory. Yet they could remember their friends and their friends’ lives…The Eve of Rumoko – Samuel Delaney: A future of underwater cities and the development of an sub-marine highway is under way – but not everyone approves of the idea of tapping the undersea volcanic energy…We All Die Naked – James Blish: Mankind has brutalised the Earth to the utter limit with rubbish and the climate has changed. The end is nigh and it seems the only solution is for a favoured few to leave the doomed planet and try to establish a sustainable Martian colony. And of course, everyone wants to get on board. Cover art by David Hardy.