Short Fiction

Prior to the novels listed above Joe Poyer wrote a number of science fiction short stories that were published in Analog magazine in the 1960s. I don't believe that any were published in novel form with the exception of Operation Malacca and the two "A-17" stories. I found the following list online and added my own descriptions.

Mission "Red Clash" Analog December 1965 (collected in Analog 5, 1967) The first of two stories depicting Poyer's fictional A-17 spyplane. It was later incorporated into North Cape
Operation Malacca Analog March 1966 The basis for his first short novel.
Under the Wide and Starry Sky Analog May 1966 A story set in Earth orbit onboard a Gemini mission that goes wrong.
Spirits of '76 Analog August 1966 A story set on the moon.
Pioneer Trip Analog February 1967 An accident occurs on the first mission to Mars. Do the astronauts turn back?
Mission: Red Plague Analog November 1967 The second of two stories depicting Poyer's fictional A-17 spyplane. It was also later incorporated into North Cape.
Null Zone Analog July 1968 A story set in the Vietnam war. Radioactive nuclear waste is to be used to block the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
Specialty Analog August 1968  
Pipeline Analog December 1968 A long short story based on a vital water pipeline in the near future.

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