SF writer Henry Hasse was born 100 years ago today. Hasse's first solo science fiction story was "He Who Shrank" (Amazing Stories, August 1936); it made quite a splash in its day but age has not been kind to it. Likewise, "Pendulum" (Super Science Stories, November 1941), which he co-wrote with Ray Bradbury and which was Bradbury's first professional sale. Hasse died in 1977.
To celebrate Henry Hasse's centennial, here's a link to one of his stories, "Walls of Acid," from the first issue of Fantasy Book (July 1947).