An unhappy husband spends his evenings teleported at a nightclub for teleporters. The problem when no one is who they seem is that sometimes they are someone whom they don't seem.
A pretty good story, but I saw the ending coming.
A fairly good mystery tacked onto a "all the many ways a planet can kill you" story. The character dynamics are actually more interesting than the planet's secret.
A small ship is sent to discover why the colonizing ship on a new planet broke off all contact.
I found this strangely unaffecting. Not much of a story--a boy discovers that the humble carpenter of the village is the country's best archer when a stranger comes to town to challenge the carpenter. Then the master explains all about archery and life to the kid on the way home.
Seems like Zen for Dummies.
A strange science fiction story that ignores every known fact about Saturn. An antisocial Saturnian professor flies to Earth as part of an exchange program, and finds the prejudice he encounters is not quite what he expected.
It's cute and short, if that's what you're looking for.