"Joaquin Boaz": "Ladies and Gentlemen, This is Your Crisis" by Kate Wilhelm, Orbit 18 edited by Damon Knight; "The Empathy Machine" by Langdon Jones, Science Fantasy, January-February 1965, edited by Kyril Bonfiglioli
Jerry House: I, Libertine by "Frederick R. Ewing" (Theodore Sturgeon and Betty Ballantine, from an outline by Jean Shepherd); Murder is My Business, Vengeance is Hers and Private Eyes edited by Max Allan Collins and Mickey Spillane (Bill Crider et al. briefly on I, Libertine)
Xavier Lechard: "The Slave" by Henry Slesar, 1970 in an MD Publication magazine, reprinted in Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology #8, Spring/Summer 1981, edited by Eleanor Sullivan, and issued in hardcover by the Dial Press as Alfred Hitchcock's Tales to Make Your Teeth Chatter (and under that title reprinted in the UK in at least two editions)
Todd Mason: The Annotated Facsimile of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, April 1965, edited by Edward Ferman (with an introduction by Ferman and memoirs by most of the contributors to the issue, edited by Ferman and Martin H. Greenberg); Robert Silverberg: "And the Moon Be Still as Cheddar" (a Ray Bradbury parody); Harlan Ellison: "Cherchez le Message", from Grue, March 1955, edited and published by Dean Grennell
Jack Seabrook: "The Dark Passage" by L. B. Gordon, John Creasey's Mystery Magazine, July 1959, edited by Creasey; "The Five-Forty-Eight" by John Cheever, The New Yorker, 10 April 1954, edited by William Shawn; both adapted for Alfred Hitchcock Presents: by Charlotte Armstrong
Patricia Abbott: The Journalist and the Murderer by Janet Malcolm; "Brownies" by Z. Z. Packer, Harper's, November 1999, edited by Lewis Lapham; the Joe Bonney novels by "Jack Livingston" (James L. Susser?); "The Daemon Lover" by Shirley Jackson, Woman's Home Companion, February 1949 (as "The Phantom Lover"), edited by William A. H. Birnie; "The Best of Everything" by Richard Yates (Esquire? collected in Eleven Kinds of Loneliness)
Joachim Boaz: short stories by Carol Emswhiller: "Baby", The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&SF), February 1958, edited by "Anthony Boucher" (William White); "Idol's Eye", Future Science Fiction, February 1958, edited by Robert A. W. Lowndes; "Pelt", F&SF, November 1958, edited by "Boucher"