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Summary Bibliography: Richard A. Lupoff

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  • Author: Richard A. Lupoff Author Record # 561
  • Legal Name: Lupoff, Richard Allen
  • Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA
  • Birthdate: 21 February 1935
  • Language: English
  • Webpages:IMDB, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN
  • Used These Alternate Names:Ova Hamlet, Ρίτσαρντ Λούποφ?, Dick Lupoff, Richard Lupoff, Richard P. Lupoff, Addison E. Steele, Addison Steele, II, אדיסון סטיל?
  • Author Tags:Philip K. Dick (4), novelization (2), science fiction (2), Japan (1), Anatomy of Wonder 1 Core Collection (1), secondary source (1), horror (1), Lovecraftian (1)

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Fiction SeriesNovelsCollectionsOmnibusAnthology SeriesAnthologiesChapbooksNonfictionShort Fiction SeriesShort FictionPoemsEssay Series
  • Curiosities (essays)
  • Locus Looks at Books
  • Locus Obituary
  • Lupoff's Book Week
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol 20, May 1973) (1973)
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol 21, November 1973) (1973) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Richard Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, Summer 1975) (1975) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, Winter 1976) (1976) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Richard Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, Fall 1976-Winter 1977) (1976) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Briefly Noted (Algol, Summer-Fall 1977) (1977) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, Summer-Fall 1977) (1977) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Magazines (Algol, Summer-Fall 1977) (1977) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, Spring 1978) (1978) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, Summer-Fall 1978) (1978) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, Winter 1978-1979) (1978) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Starship, Spring 1979) (1979) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Starship, Summer 1979) (1979)
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Starship, Fall 1979) (1979) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Starship, Winter 1979-1980) (1980) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
    • Lupoff's Book Week (Starship, Summer-Fall 1981) (1981) [only as byRichard Lupoff]

  • The Future in Books
Essays
  • Letter (Fantastic Story Magazine, Winter 1954) (1954) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • But What Is Science Fiction? (1963)
  • Foreword (Tarzan the Invincible) (1963)
  • In Tribute to Edgar Rice Burroughs (1963) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Canaveral Report No.1 (1963)
  • Canaveral Report No. 2 (1963)
  • Bibliographical Note (Tarzan and the Castaways) (1964)
  • Bibliographical Note (Tarzan and the Castaways) (1964)
  • Introduction (Gulliver of Mars) (1964)
  • Introduction (Tales of Three Planets) (1964)
  • Introduction (John Carter of Mars) (1964)
  • Canaveral Press Report #4 (1964) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Letter (ERB-dom #11) (1964) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Bibliographic Note (Tarzan and the Castaways) (1964)
  • Bibliographical Note (Tarzan and the Castaways) (1964)
  • Biographic Note (Tarzan and the Castaways) (1964)
  • A Checklist of Edgar Rice Burroughs Books (1965)
  • Bibliography (Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure) (1965)
  • The Hermit (1965)
  • Letter (The Barsoomian Times, October 1965) (1965)
  • Letter (The Barsoomian Times, October 1965) [2] (1965)
  • Letter (ERB-dom #15) (1966) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • A Further Note on Edwin Edgar Lester Rice Arnold Burroughs (1966) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Letter (Riverside Quarterly, August 1967) (1967)
  • Leiber's Three Challenges (1967) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Introduction to this Edition (Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure) (1968) also appeared as:
  • Letter (Riverside Quarterly, August 1968) (1968) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • John Kendrick Bangs: Forgotten Master of Fantasy (Gryphon Science Fiction and Fantasy Reader #1) (1969)
  • John Kendrick Bangs -- Forgotten Master of Fantasy (1969)
  • Letter (Riverside Quarterly, August 1969) (1969) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Gaughan by Gaughan (1969) withJack Gaughan [only as byJack GaughanandDick Lupoff]
  • A Dusk A Dawn (1969) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Introduction (All in Color for a Dime) (1970) withDon Thompson
  • The Big Red Cheese (1970) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Letter (Magazine of Horror, May 1970) (1970) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • About the Wizard of Venus (1970) also appeared as:
  • Letter (Amazing Stories, May 1971) (1971)
  • Letter (Startling Mystery Story, March 1971) (1971)
  • Original Introduction for "Tales of Three Planets" (1972)
  • Introduction (The Comic-Book Book) (1973) withDon Thompson [only as byDon ThompsonandDick Lupoff]
  • The Propwash Patrol (1973) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • The Propwash Patrol Flies Again (1973) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Introduction (Beyond the Farthest Star) (1973) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Letter (Riverside Quarterly, August 1973) (1973)
  • Letter (Algol 21, November 1973) (1973) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, May 1974) (1974) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • "You Can't Say That!" - The Wandering Review (1975) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Introduction to the Centennial Edition (Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure) (1975)
  • Letter (Algol, Summer 1975) (1975) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Introduction (Pharaoh's Broker) (1976)
  • Say, Didn't I See You at Last Year's Midwestcon? (1976)
  • The Literary Masochist (Science Fiction Review #16) (1976)
  • Rejection Without Dejection: or What to Do When the Editor of Your Dreams Says No! (1976)
  • Is Collaboration a Crime? (1977)
  • A Legend in Poughkeepsie (1977) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Introduction (The Sword of Aldones) (1977)
  • American Booksellers Association (1977) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Letter (Algol, Summer-Fall 1977) (1977) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Letter (Algol, Winter 1977-78) (1977) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Lupoff's Book Week (Algol, Winter 1977-78) (1977) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • [Alternate World Recordings continues to perform ...] (1977) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Introduction (A Handful of Darkness) (1978) also appeared as:
  • Symposium Draws 1.000 (1978) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Pictures in the Flames-An Introduction (1978)
  • Preface: And I Awoke—Was This Some Kind of Joke? (1978) also appeared as:
  • Letter (Algol, Summer-Fall 1978) (1978) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Review of the boxed set "The Saga of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser" by Fritz Leiber (1978) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Ed Earl Repp Dies (1979) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • From India to the Planet Mars, by Theodore Flourney (1979) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Spacehawk, by Basil Wolverton (1979) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Introduction (Science Fiction Voices #2) (1979)
  • Norgil: More Tales of Prestidigation, by Maxwell Grant (1979) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • The Fiction Factory, by Quentin Reynolds (1979) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Very Near to My Heart (1980) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • 1952 (1980)
  • 1953 (1980)
  • 1954 (1980)
  • 1955 (1980)
  • 1956 (1980)
  • 1957 (1980)
  • 1958 (1980)
  • Earned Glory (1980)
  • 1959 (1981)
  • 1960 (1981)
  • 1961 (1981)
  • 1962 (1981)
  • 1963 (1981)
  • 1964 (1981)
  • 1965 (1981)
  • My Aunt Cora (1981)
  • Author's Note (One Million Centuries) (1981)
  • My Friend Ova Hamlet (1981)
  • Letter (The Patchin Review Number Three) (1982) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Philip K. Dick Appreciation (1982) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • The Lost-and-Found Ova Hamlet (1982)
  • Letter (Fantasy Review, December 1984) (1984)
  • Compiler's Note (Lovecraft's Book) (1985)
  • John D. MacDonald: An Appreciation (1987)
  • The Literary Career of Richard A. Lupoff: Current Directions ... and Past Achievements (1987)
  • Honeymoons and Geezenstacks and Fredric William Brown (1987)
  • Guest Editorial: Was Startling Stories the First Interactive Magazine? (1988)
  • The Day of Richard Tooker (1988)
  • Ross Rocklynne: An Appreciation (1988)
  • Statue of Elvis Found on Mars (1989)
  • A Visit to Theodore Roscoe (1990)
  • Introduction (Pulpmaster: The Theodore Roscoe Story) (1992)
  • Wright, Van Dine, Vance (1992)
  • Memories and Visions: Fans and Fellow Writers Remember Philip K. Dick: Rainy Afternoon with Phil and Joan (1994)
  • Into the Aether, Junior Spacepersons! (1994)
  • Author's Note (The Silver Chariot Killer) (1996)
  • How I Learned to Read (1996)
  • Author's Note (The Radio Red Killer) (1997)
  • That's Right! We're Back Again! (1998) withMaggie Thompson [only as byDick LupoffandMaggie Thompson]
  • A Former Six-Year-Old Remembers (1998)
  • A Rainy Afternoon With Phil and Joan (1998)
  • Avram Davidson, My Friend This Stranger (1998)
  • Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Maxwell Perkins Syndrome (1998)
  • Heinlein: A Revisionist Sketch (1998)
  • Introduction: And Don't Forget the One Red Rose (1998)
  • It All Started with Cain (1998)
  • Nice Murders (1998)
  • Publication Note (Writer at Large) (1998)
  • Spaceman Come Home (1998)
  • The Fog Rolls In (1998)
  • The Op (1998)
  • Writer At Large: Writer in a Pickle (1998)
  • Writer At Large: Writer in Abeyance (1998)
  • Writer At Large: Writer in Prison (1998)
  • Writer At Large: Writer in the Bookstore (1998)
  • Writer At Large: Writer in the Box (1998)
  • Writer At Large: Writer in the Saloon (1998)
  • Writer At Large: Writer on the Spot (1998)
  • Foreword: Avram Davidson, My Friend, This Stranger (1999)
  • Letter (Weird Tales, Summer 2000) (2000)
  • Introduction (Barsoom: Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Martian Vision) (2001)
  • Beyond 1965, Beyond 2137, Beyond 30 (2001)
  • Foreword: This World, These Worlds (2001)
  • Introduction: Howard and Frank and Stephen and Stan—Think of the Possibilities (2002) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
  • Foreword: No Long White Beard (2002)
  • Introduction: Look in the Mirror (Images, Conceits & Lollygags) (2003)
  • Introduction: In Another Galaxy (Harmon's Galaxy) (2004)
  • Augie, Jim and Me (2005)
  • Writer at Large (Book of Dark Wisdom #5, Winter 2005) (2005)
  • Writer at Large (Book of Dark Wisdom #6, Spring 2005) (2005)
  • I Remember Roy: The Canaveral Press Days (2005)
  • Afterword (Terrors) (2005)
  • Writer at Large (Book of Dark Wisdom #7, Fall 2005) (2005)
  • Kong Is Us (2005)
  • Writer at Large (Dark Wisdom #10, Spring 2006) (2006)
  • Writer at Large (Dark Wisdom #8, Winter 2006) (2006)
  • Writer at Large (Dark Wisdom #9, Spring 2006) (2006)
  • Long Ago and Far Away (2006)
  • Writer at Large (Dark Wisdom #11, 2007) (2007)
  • Arthur C. Clarke (2008)
  • Happy 90th Birthday to Philip José Farmer (2008)
  • Tom Disch Meets the Sheriff (2008)
  • Philip José Farmer (2009)
  • Ova Speaks (2009)
  • Author's Note (Lisa Kane) (2010)
  • Introduction: The Masterpiece That Never Was (2010)
  • Pulp Fiction: A Roundtable Discussion (2010) withRobert SilverbergandFrank M. Robinson
  • Introduction (The Last Hieroglyph) (2010)
  • Introduction (Hairbreadth Escapes of Major Mendax) (2011)
  • A Working Class Hero (2011)
  • Introduction (John Carstairs: Space Detective) (2012)
  • Appendix: A Barsoomian Gazetteer, or, Who's Who and What's What on Mars (2012)
  • Malcolm Jameson: What Manner of Man? (2012)
  • Introduction (Satans of Saturn) (2012)
  • Astonishing! Astounding!: Two Novels by Malcolm Jameson (2012)
  • A Note on Publishing History (2013)
  • Introduction: A Musty Store Under the El (2013)
  • Shining Examples: An Introduction (2013)
  • The Supreme Virtue Was Kindness (2013) [only as byDick Lupoff]
  • Foreword (Doctor Arnoldi) (2013)
  • Introduction (Two-Timers) (2014)
  • Frank M. Robinson (2014)
  • Review of the nonfiction associational work "Dancing with the Squirrels" by Dwight R. Decker (2015)
  • Author's Notes (Dreamer's Dozen) (2015)
  • Binder, Rhymes with Tinder (2016)
  • The Price of a Barbarian - an Introduction (2016)
  • The Key to Lafferty (2017) [only as byRichard Lupoff]
Reviews

Summary Bibliography: Judith Merril

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  • Author: Judith Merril Author Record # 157
  • Legal Name: Grossman, Josephine Juliet
  • Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Birthdate: 21 January 1923
  • Deathdate: 12 September 1997
  • Language: English
  • Webpages:gcwillick.com, IMDB, judithmerril.com, SFE3, torontopubliclibrary.ca, Wikipedia-EN, Wikipedia-JA
  • Used These Alternate Names:Cyril Judd, ジュディス・メリル?, Judy Merril, Judith Merrill, J. Merrill, Rose Sharon, Judy Zissman
  • Author Tags:science fiction (2), far future (1), post apocalypse (1), military sf (1), everyday life (1), mars (1), colonization (1), 1956 Best Anthology (1), 1960 Best Anthology (1), 1961 Best Anthology (1), 1962 Best Anthology (1), 1963 Best Anthology (1), 1964 Best Anthology (1), 1965 Best Anthology (1), 1966 Best Anthology (1), 1968 Best Anthology (1), Merril01 (1), Merril08 (1), Merril03 (1), 1957 Best Anthology (1) and 1 additional tags. View all tags for Judith Merril
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NovelsCollectionsOmnibusMagazine Editor SeriesAnthology SeriesAnthologiesChapbooksNonfictionCover ArtShort Fiction SeriesShort FictionPoemsEssay Series
  • Books (F&SF)
    • Books (F&SF, March 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, April 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, May 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, June 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, July 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, August 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, September 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, October 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, November 1965) (1965)
    • Books (F&SF, January 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, February 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, March 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, April 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, May 1966) (1966) withFritz Leiber
    • Books (F&SF, June 1966) (1966) withFritz Leiber
    • Books (F&SF, July 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, August 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, September 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, November 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, December 1966) (1966)
    • Books (F&SF, January 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, February 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, March 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, May 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, June 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, August 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, September 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, November 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, December 1967) (1967)
    • Books (F&SF, February 1968) (1968)
    • Books (F&SF, March 1968) (1968)
    • Books (F&SF, May 1968) (1968)
    • Books (F&SF, June 1968) (1968)
    • Books (F&SF, August 1968) (1968)
    • Books (F&SF, September 1968) (1968)
    • Books (F&SF, November 1968) (1968)
    • Books (F&SF, January 1969) (1969)
    • Books (F&SF, February 1969) (1969) withGahan Wilson

  • Venturings (Venture Science Fiction Magazine)
Essays
  • Lowndes and Logic: Or, The Ladies' Lament (1945) [only as by uncredited]
  • Vanguard Vanities (1945) [only as by uncredited]
  • A Study on the Peculiarities and Customs of Homo Saps, Species: Civilized; Genus: Pipe-Smoker; Sex: Male (1945) [only as byJudy Zissman]
  • Gansevoort St. (1945) [only as byJudy Zissman]
  • Pamphleteering, Peoples, and Politics (1945) [only as byJudy Zissman]
  • The Hills and the Heights (1946) [only as byJudy Zissman]
  • Whodunit / Blue Pencil Blues (1946) withLarry T. ShawandDon Zissman [only as byJudy ZissmanandLarry ShawandDon Zissman]
  • Contributors... (1951)
  • Where Will Our First Spaceship Go? Mars: New World Waiting (1951)
  • The Hydra Club (1951)
  • Bibliography (Beyond Human Ken) (1952)
  • Preface (Beyond Human Ken) (1952)
  • Bibliography (Beyond the Barriers of Space and Time) (1954)
  • Editor's Preface (Beyond the Barriers of Space and Time) (1954)
  • As Others See Us (1954)
  • Earthlings All (1954)
  • Tomorrow Will Be Better? (1954)
  • Honorable Mention (S-F: The Year's Greatest Science-Fiction and Fantasy) (1956)
  • Preface (S-F: The Year's Greatest Science-Fiction and Fantasy) (1956)
  • The Year's S-F: A Summation by the Editor (1956)
  • The Year's S-F, Summation and Honorable Mentions (S-F: The Year's Greatest Science-Fiction and Fantasy) (1956)
  • The Year's S-F, Summation and Honorable Mentions (SF:'57: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy) (1957) also appeared as:
  • The Year's S-F, Summation and Honorable Mentions (SF: The Year's Greatest Science-Fiction and Fantasy: Third Annual Volume) (1958)
  • How Near Is the Moon? (1958)
  • Introduction (SF:'58: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy) (1958)
  • The Year's S-F: A Summary (SF:'58: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy) (1958)
  • The Year's S-F: Honorable Mention (SF:'58: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy) (1958)
  • From Science Fiction to Science Fact: The Universe (1959)
  • Introduction (SF:'59: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy) (1959)
  • Rockets to Where? (1959)
  • The Year's S-F, Summation and Honorable Mentions (SF: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy: 4th Annual Volume) (1959) also appeared as:
  • Introduction (The 5th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1960)
  • The Year's S-F: A Summary (The 5th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1960)
  • Letter (Astounding/Analog, June 1960) (1960)
  • The Year's S-F, Summation and Honorable Mentions (The 5th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1960) also appeared as:
  • Honorable Mentions (The 6th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1961)
  • Introduction (The 6th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1961)
  • The Year in S-F (The 6th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1961)
  • Honorable Mentions (The 7th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1962)
  • Summation: S-F, 1961 (1962)
  • Theodore Sturgeon (1962)
  • Honorable Mentions (The 8th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1963)
  • Summation: S-F, 1962 (1963)
  • Honorable Mentions (The 9th Annual of the Year's Best SF) (1964)
  • Summation: SF, 1963 (1964)
  • Honorable Mentions (10th Annual Edition: The Year's Best S-F) (1965)
  • Summation (10th Annual Edition: The Year's Best S-F) (1965)
  • Review of the nonfiction work "ESP, A Personal Memoir" by Rosalind Heywood (1965)
  • A Letter from Judith Merril (1965)
  • Guest Editorial (SF Impulse, November 1966) (1966)
  • Introduction (11th Annual Edition: The Year's Best S-F) (1966)
  • Summation (The 11th Annual of the Year's Best S-F) (1966)
  • Review of _LSD: The Consciousness Expanding Drug_ by David Solomon (1966)
  • What Do You Mean: Science? Fiction? (1966)
  • Honorable Mentions (10th Annual S-F) (1967)
  • Introduction (SF: The Best of the Best) (1967)
  • Pro-Panel Discussion (1967) withJohn BrunnerandThomas M. DischandMichael MoorcockandJames WhiteandBrian W. Aldiss [only as byBrian AldissandJames WhiteandJudith MerrilandMichael MoorcockandThomas DischandJohn Brunner]
  • Open Does Not (Have To) Equal Empty (1967)
  • Introduction (England Swings SF) (1968)
  • Introduction (Once and Future Tales from the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction) (1968)
  • Introduction (Path Into the Unknown) (1968)
  • Introduction (SF The Best of the Best, Part One) (1968)
  • Introduction (The Secret Songs) (1968) also appeared as:
  • Review of nongenre nonfiction Things by Ivan T. Sanderson (1968)
  • Introduction: Fish Out of Water, Man Beside Himself (1968)
  • Fritz Leiber (profile) (1969) also appeared as:
  • Foreword (Beyond the Curtain of Dark) (1972)
  • Basil Tomatoes à la Ipsy Wipsy (1973) [only as byJudy Merril]
  • Epilogue (Survival Ship and Other Stories) (1974)
  • Prologue (Survival Ship and Other Stories) (1974)
  • Memoir (The Deep Down Dragon) (1980)
  • Memoir and Appreciation (1980)
  • Author's Notes: Note #1 (1985)
  • Foreword (Tesseracts) (1985)
  • We Have Met the Alien (And It Is Us) (1985) also appeared as:
  • Introduction (The Work of Reginald Bretnor) (1989)
  • Afterword (Ark of Ice) (1992)
  • Emancipation Proclamation (1993)
  • Better to Have Loved: From a Memoir-in-Progress (1993)
  • Letter (Locus #405) (1994)
  • Judith Merrill: A Retrospective (obituary) (1998) withAllan Weiss
  • Better to Have Loved: Excerpts from a Life (1999)
  • A [Real?] Writer - Homage to Ted Sturgeon (1999)
Reviews
  • A Pail of Air (1965) byFritz Leiber
  • Doctor to the Stars (1965) byMurray Leinster
  • Regan's Planet (1965) byRobert Silverberg
  • Shock II (1965) byRichard Matheson
  • Sturgeon in Orbit (1965) byTheodore Sturgeon
  • The Great Time Machine Hoax (1965) byKeith Laumer
  • The Planet Buyer (1965) byCordwainer Smith
  • The Rest of the Robots (1965) byIsaac Asimov
  • Short Friday and Other Stories (1965) byIsaac Bashevis Singer
  • Sweeney's Island (1965) byJohn Christopher
  • The Ambidextrous Universe (1965) byMartin Gardner
  • The Day New York Went Dry (1965) byCharles Einstein
  • The Fair (1965) byRobert Nathan
  • The Mind Benders (1965) byJames Kennaway
  • The Spire (1965) byWilliam Golding
  • The Worlds of Robert F. Young (1965) byRobert F. Young
  • Andromeda Breakthrough (1965) byFred HoyleandJohn Elliot
  • Nova Express (1965) byWilliam S. Burroughs
  • The Alien Way (1965) byGordon R. Dickson
  • Beyond the Solar System (1965) byChesley BonestellandWilly Ley
  • Life and Death of the Sun (1965) byJohn Rublowsky
  • Mutiny in Space (1965) byAvram Davidson
  • Sunburst (1965) byPhyllis Gotlieb
  • The Reassembled Man (1965) byHerbert D. Kastle
  • The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (1965) byPhilip K. Dick
  • We Are Not Alone (1965) byWalter Sullivan
  • White Lotus (1965) byJohn Hersey
  • Bill, the Galactic Hero (1965) byHarry Harrison
  • God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater (1965) byKurt Vonnegut, Jr.
  • Journey to Alpha Centauri (1965) byJohn W. Macvey
  • Man and Space (1965) byEditors of Time-LifeandArthur C. Clarke
  • Space Opera (1965) byJack Vance
  • Tales in a Jugular Vein (1965) byRobert Bloch
  • The Drowned World (1965) byJ. G. Ballard
  • The View from the Stars (1965) byWalter M. Miller, Jr.
  • The Wind from Nowhere (1965) byJ. G. Ballard
  • The Worm Re-Turns: the Best from Worm Runner's Digest (1965) byJames V. McConnell
  • Analog 3 (1965) byJohn W. Campbell, Jr.
  • City Under the Sea (1965) byPaul W. Fairman
  • Dare (1965) byPhilip José Farmer
  • Exiles of Time (1965) byNelson Bond
  • Galactic Diplomat (1965) byKeith Laumer
  • Hawthorne's Fiction: The Light and the Dark (1965) byRichard Harter Fogle
  • Memoirs of Robert-Houdin, King of the Conjurors (1965) byRobert-Houdin
  • Natives of Space (1965) byHal Clement
  • Not with a Bang (1965) byChapman Pincher
  • Sleeping Planet (1965) byWilliam R. Burkett, Jr.
  • Subspace Explorers (1965) byEdward E. Smith
  • The Possessors (1965) byJohn Christopher
  • To Worlds Beyond (1965) byRobert Silverberg
  • A Hole in the Lead Apron (1965) byJesse Bier
  • Hissing Tales (1965) byRomain Gary
  • Labyrinths (1965) byJorge Luis Borges
  • Phantoms and Fugitives (1965) byJosé María Gironella
  • R Is for Rocket (1965) byRay Bradbury
  • Space Lords (1965) byCordwainer Smith
  • The Machineries of Joy (1965) byRay Bradbury
  • Alpha Yes, Terra No! (1965) byEmil Petaja
  • Masters of the Maze (1965) byAvram Davidson
  • Night Slaves (1965) byJerry Sohl
  • No Man on Earth (1965) byWalter F. Moudy
  • The Ballad of Beta-2 (1965) bySamuel R. Delany
  • The Cook (1965) byHarry Kressing
  • The Fury Out of Time (1965) byLloyd Biggle, Jr.
  • The Girl, the Gold Watch and Everything (1965) byJohn D. MacDonald
  • The Main Experiment (1965) byChristopher Hodder-Williams
  • The Star Fox (1965) byPoul Anderson
  • Greybeard (1966) byBrian Aldiss
  • The Burning World (1966) byJ. G. Ballard
  • The Drought (1966) byJ. G. Ballard
  • A Man of Double Deed (1966) byLeonard Daventry
  • Agent of the Terran Empire (1966) byPoul Anderson
  • Flandry of Terra (1966) byPoul Anderson
  • Kepler's Dream (1966) byJohn Lear
  • Magic Man and Other Science-Fantasy Stories (1966) byCharles Beaumont
  • Now Then! (1966) byJohn Brunner
  • Out of Time (1966) byGeorge Langelaan
  • Prelude to Mars (1966) byArthur C. Clarke
  • The Anything Box (1966) byZenna Henderson
  • The Corridors of Time (1966) byPoul Anderson
  • The Makepeace Experiment (1966) byАбрам Терц?
  • The Thirst Quenchers (1966) byRick Raphael
  • A Plague of Pythons (1966) byFrederik Pohl
  • All Flesh is Grass (1966) byClifford D. Simak
  • Android Avenger (1966) byTed White
  • Dune (1966) byFrank Herbert
  • Graveside Manner (1966) byGahan Wilson
  • Mission to Universe (1966) byGordon Dickson
  • Plague From Space (1966) byHarry Harrison
  • Rork! (1966) byAvram Davidson
  • The Altar on Asconel (1966) byJohn Brunner
  • The Best of New Worlds (1966) byMichael Moorcock
  • The Fireclown (1966) byMichael Moorcock
  • The New Intelligent Man's Guide to Science (1966) byIsaac Asimov
  • The Ragged Edge (1966) byJohn Christopher
  • Three by Heinlein (1966) byRobert A. Heinlein
  • Code Three (1966) byRick Raphael
  • Games People Play (1966) byEric Berne, M.D.
  • Planetary Agent X (1966) byMack Reynolds
  • The Day of the Star Cities (1966) byJohn Brunner
  • The Human Use of Human Beings (1966) byNorbert Wiener
  • The Squares of the City (1966) byJohn Brunner
  • The Universe Between (1966) byAlan E. Nourse
  • A Plague of Demons (1966) byKeith Laumer
  • Adam Link - Robot (1966) byEando Binder
  • Mind Switch (1966) byDamon Knight
  • Rogue Ship (1966) byA. E. van Vogt
  • Starchild (1966) byFrederik PohlandJack Williamson
  • The 10th Victim (1966) byRobert Sheckley
  • The Carefully Considered Rape of the World (1966) byShepherd Mead
  • The Great Comic Book Heroes (1966) byJules Feiffer
  • The Time Axis (1966) byHenry Kuttner
  • The Watch Below (1966) byJames White
  • Flowers for Algernon (1966) byDaniel Keyes
  • The Genocides (1966) byThomas M. Disch
  • Earthworks (1966) byBrian W. Aldiss
  • FROOMB! (1966) byJohn Lymington
  • The Loafers of Refuge (1966) byJoseph L. Green
  • The Rose (1966) byCharles L. Harness
  • An Index to the British Editions of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (1966) byA. J. L. Durie
  • The Crystal World (1966) byJ. G. Ballard
  • The Impossible Man (1966) byJ. G. Ballard
  • Cities of Wonder (1966) byDamon Knight
  • Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure (1966) byRichard A. Lupoff
  • Future Perfect: American Science Fiction of the Nineteenth Century (1966) byH. Bruce Franklin
  • Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction (1966) bySam Moskowitz
  • Orbit 1 (1966) byDamon Knight
  • Science Fiction Title Changes (1966) byMichael ViggianoandDonald Franson
  • Seekers of Tomorrow (1966) bySam Moskowitz
  • The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: Eleventh Series (1966) byRobert P. Mills
  • The If Reader of Science Fiction (1966) byFrederik Pohl
  • The MIT Science Fiction Society's Index to the S-F Magazines, 1951-1965 (1966) byErwin S. Strauss
  • The Ninth Galaxy Reader (1966) byFrederik Pohl
  • The Vintage Anthology of Science Fantasy (1966) byChristopher Cerf
  • Fantastic Voyage (1966) byIsaac Asimov
  • Galaxies, Nuclei, and Quasars (1966) byFred Hoyle
  • Player Piano (1966) byKurt Vonnegut, Jr.
  • Spirits, Stars and Spells (1966) byL. Sprague de CampandCatherine C. de Camp
  • Tarzan and the Valley of Gold (1966) byFritz Leiber
  • The Castle of Otranto, Vathek, and the Vampyre (1966) byE. F. Bleiler
  • The Furies (1966) byKeith Roberts
  • The Future (1966) byThomas J. Gordon
  • The Green Brain (1966) byFrank Herbert
  • The Last Man (1966) byMary Shelley
  • The Moon is a Harsh Mistress (1966) byRobert A. Heinlein
  • The Night of the Wolf (1966) byFritz Leiber
  • The Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein (1966) byRobert A. Heinlein
  • Wild and Outside (1966) byAllen Kim Lang
  • Babel-17 (1966) bySamuel R. Delany
  • Empire Star (1966) bySamuel R. Delany
  • Inherit the Earth (1966) byClaude Nunes
  • Rocannon's World (1966) byUrsula K. Le Guin
  • The Blue World (1966) byJack Vance
  • The Judgment of Eve (1966) byEdgar Pangborn
  • The Kar-Chee Reign (1966) byAvram Davidson
  • This Immortal (1966) byRoger Zelazny
  • Nebula Award Stories (1967) byDamon Knight
  • October the First Is Too Late (1967) byFred Hoyle
  • Other Worlds Than Ours (1967) byC. Maxwell Cade
  • Sibyl Sue Blue (1967) byRosel George Brown
  • The Revolving Boy (1967) byGertrude Friedberg
  • Time Probe: The Sciences in SF (1967) byArthur C. Clarke
  • Inner Circle (1967) byJerzy Peterkiewicz
  • Make Room! Make Room! (1967) byHarry Harrison
  • New Writings in SF 1 (1967) byJohn Carnell
  • Of Other Worlds (1967) byC. S. Lewis
  • Shoot at the Moon (1967) byWilliam F. Temple
  • The Long Result (1967) byJohn Brunner
  • The Paper Dolls (1967) byL. P. Davies
  • Who Can Replace a Man? (1967) byBrian W. Aldiss
  • Barbarella (1967) byJean-Claude Forest
  • Giles Goat Boy (1967) byJohn Barth
  • Destination: Void (1967) byFrank Herbert
  • Night of Light (1967) byPhilip José Farmer
  • The Scorpions (1967) byRobert Kelly
  • Why Call Them Back From Heaven? (1967) byClifford D. Simak
  • Intelligent Life in the Universe (1967) byI. S. ShklovskiiandCarl Sagan
  • The Supernatural (1967) byDouglas HillandPat Williams
  • Berserker (1967) byFred Saberhagen
  • Earthblood (1967) byKeith LaumerandRosel George Brown
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