domingo, 7 de abril de 2024

Ciencia-ficción: Clásicos

 

     from

A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

http://bit.ly/abibliog

by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)

 

 

Classical Science Fiction (to 20th c.)

 

 

 

 

 

Abbott, Edwin A. (ps. A. Square). Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. 1884.

Abel-Musgrave, Kurt. Der Bazillenkrieg. SF. Frankfurt, 1922.

Adams, Douglas. Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Novel.

_____. Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. Novel series.

Adams, Percy G. Travel Literature and the Evolution of the Novel. Lexington (KT), 1983.

Adams, Richard.

Adams, Robert. The Horseclans. Novel series.

Agrippa, Cornelius.

Aickman, Robert.

Ainsworth, Harrison.

Albertus Magnus

Aldani, Lino. "Good Night, Sophie." Trans. L. K. Conrad. In The Science Fiction Century. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor Books, 1997. 352-68.*

_____. Quarta Dimenssione. 1964.

_____. Quando le Radici. Novel. 1977.

_____. Parabole per domani. Short stories. 1987.

_____. "Quo Vadis Francisco?" Story in The Penguin World Omnibus of Science Fiction. Ed. Brian Aldiss and Sam J. Lundwall. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.

_____. La croce di ghiaccio. SF novel. 1989. (Based on "Quo Vadis Francisco?").

_____. "Eclissi 2000." Novella. In Aldani, Eclissi 2000. Stories. 1979.

Aldiss, Brian W.  "Poor Little Warrior!" Story. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (1950). In The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus. Ed. Brian W. Aldiss. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973. 72-78.*

_____. "Outside." Story. 1955.

_____. Non-stop. Novel. 1958. (USA: Starship).

_____. "Who Can Replace a Man?" SF story. 1959. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 39-49.*

_____. Hothouse. Novel. 1962.

_____. Report on Probability A. Novel. New Worlds (1967).

_____. "Plenisol." In Antología de novelas de anticipación (ciencia ficción). Ed. Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carb. 1968. Trans. José Mª Aroca. Barcelona: Acervo, 1970. 327-44.*

_____. Barefoot in the Head. Novel. 1969.

_____. The Hand-Reared Boy. Novel.

_____. The Malacia Tapestry. Novel.

_____. Frankenstein Unbound. Novel.

_____. Frankenstein desencadenado. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Frankenstein desencadenado. Barcelona: Minotauro.

_____. Brothers of the Head. Novel.

_____. Heliconia. SF trilogy. 1982, 1983, 1985.

_____. Heliconia, invierno. Barcelona: Minotauro, 1993.

_____. Enemies of the System. Novel. 1978.

_____. Enemigos del sistema. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Farewell, Fantastic Venus! A History of the Planet Venus in Fact and Fiction. 1968.

_____. This World and Nearer Ones. Essay on SF. 1979.

_____. The Pale Shadow of Science. Essay on SF. Seattle (WA), 1985.

_____. El árbol de saliva. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. La estrella imposible. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. La nave estelar. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____.Forgotten Life. 1988.

_____. Un mundo devastado. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Criptozoico. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Invernáculo. Barcelona: Minotauro.

_____. La otra isla del doctor Moreau. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. "Else the Isle with Calibans." In New Writing 2. Ed. Malcolm Bradbury and Andrew Motion. London: Mandarin, 1993. 161-7.

_____. A Tupolev Too Far. Stories. Forthcoming 1993.

Allen, Grant. The British Barbarians. SF novel. 1895.

_____. The Woman Who Did. Novel. 1895.

Amis, Kingsley. "Something Strange." Story. 1960.

_____. New Maps of Hell. 1961.

_____. The Anti-Death League. Novel.

_____. The Green Man. Novel.

_____. The Alteration. Novel. 1976.

_____. Russian Hide-and-Seek. Novel. 1980.

_____, ed. The Golden Age of Science Fiction. Anthology. 1981.

Amis, Martin. Einstein's Monsters. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1988.

_____. Einstein's Monsters. Stories. London: Cape, 1987.

_____. Einstein's Monsters. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Einstein's Monsters. New York: New York: Random House-Vintage International.

Anderson, Poul. Brain Wave. Novel. 1954.

_____. The Broken Sword. Fantasy. 1954.

_____. Perish by the Sword. Mystery novel. 1959. (Cock Robin Prize).

_____. "The Longest Voyage." Analog Science Fiction Magazine (Dec. 1960). Street & Smith Publications, Inc. (Hugo Award).

_____. "The Longest Voyage." In Anderson, Winners. New York: Tor / Tom Doherty Associates / Pinnacle Books, 1981. 97-140.*

_____. "El viaje más largo." In Los premios Hugo 1955-1961. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1986. 253-82.*

_____. "No Truce with Kings." Story. Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (June 1963). (Hugo Award).

_____. "No Truce with Kings." In Anderson, Winners. New York: Tor / Tom Doherty Associates / Pinnacle Books, 1981. 1-94.*

_____. "No hay tregua con los reyes." In Los premios Hugo 1962-1967. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1987. 111-78.*

_____. After Doomsday. SF novel. 1962.

_____. Trader to the Stars. SF. 1964.

_____. "Author's Note" to "Life Cycle." In Earthmen and Strangers. Ed. Robert Silverberg. New York: Dell, 1966. 77-88.

_____. "The Sharing of Flesh" Galaxy Magazine (Dec. 1968). Galaxy Publishing Co. (Hugo Award).

_____. "The Sharing of Flesh." In Anderson, Winners. New York: Tor / Tom Doherty Associates / Pinnacle Books, 1981. 143-88.*

_____. "Carne compartida." In Los premios Hugo 1968-1969. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1987. 261-98.*

_____. Tau Zero. Novel.  1967, 1970.

_____. "The Queen of Air and Darkness." Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (April 1971). (Hugo Award).

_____. "The Queen of Air and Darkness." In Anderson, Winners. New York: Tor / Tom Doherty Associates / Pinnacle Books, 1981. 191-253.*

_____. "Goat Song." Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (Feb. 1972). Mercury Press.  (Hugo Award, Nebula Award). (Orpheus and Eurydice myth).

_____. "Goat Song." In Anderson, Winners. New York: Tor / Tom Doherty Associates / Pinnacle Books, 1981. 254-99.*

_____. "Goat Song." In The Science Fiction Century. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor Books, 1997. 462-85.* (Hugo Award, 1970s).

_____. The Game of Empire. Novel.

_____. La nave de un millón de años. (Nova ciencia ficción 39). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. "The Creation of Imaginary Worlds: The Word Builder's Handbook and Pocket Companion." In Science Fiction, Today and Tomorrow. Ed. Reginald Bretnor. New York: Harper and Row, 1974. 235-57.

_____. The Many Worlds of Poul Anderson. Stories. Radnor (PA): Chilton Book Co., 1974.

_____. Los muchos mundos de Poul Anderson. Trans. Norma B. de López. Barcelona: Edhasa, 1982.*

_____. "La patrulla del tiempo." In El tiempo no es tan simple: Antología temática de la ciencia ficción. Barcelona: Producciones Editoriales, 1976. 133-94.*

_____. The Earth Book of Stormgate. Stories. New York, 1978.

_____. "La luna del cazador." In Los premios Hugo 1978-1979. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1990. 171-208.*

_____. "El juego de Saturno." In Los premios Hugo 1980-1982. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1991. 239-94.*

_____. Winners. Novellas. New York: Tor / Tom Doherty Associates / Pinnacle Books, 1981.

_____. The Boat of a Million Years. 1989.

Anderson, Poul, and Karen Anderson. "Fe." Story. In Homenaje a Tolkien: 19 relatos fantásticos. Ed. Martin H. Greenberg. Barcelona: Ceac-Timun Mas, 1996. 1.89-114.*

Andrea, Johann Valentin. Christianopolis. Utopia. 1619.

Anticipation, or the Voyage of an American to England in the Year 1980. Anonymous SF. 1781.

"Antonius." Futurist article in Lloyd's Evening Post 25-28 November 1771.

Anvil, Christopher. "The Prisoner." SF story. 1956. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 709-32.*

Aristophanes.

Arnold, Edwin Lester. (1857-1935). Phra the Phoenician. 1890. Rpt. in Famous Fantastic Mysteries. Journal. (Sept. 1945).

_____ . Lepidus the Centurion. 1901.

_____ . Liet. Gulliver Jones: His Vacation. (= Gulliver of Mars). Novel. 1905.

_____. Gulliver of Mars. Ed. Lupoff. New York: Ace, 1964.

Arnold, Edwin (Sir). Light of Asia.(Buddhism).

Arrhenius, Svante.

Ashley, Mike. The History of the Science Fiction Magazines. 4 vbols. 1974-76, 1978.

Asimov, Isaac. "The Secret Sense." Story. Stirring Science Stories. (1938?)

_____. "El sentido secreto." In La Edad de Oro I. (Gran Reno). Barcelona: Plaza y Janés, 1987.

_____. "Liar!" Story. Astounding Science Fiction (May 1941).

_____. "¡Embustero!" Story. In Los robots. (Gran Super Ficción). Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1984.

_____. "Nightfall." Story. Astounding Science Fact Fiction (September 1941).

_____. "Nightfall." In The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus. Ed. Brian W. Aldiss. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973.126-55.*

_____. Nightfall. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. "Anochecer." In Las grandes historias de la ciencia ficción: La Edad de Oro: 1941. Ed. Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1988. 211-44.*

_____. "Foundation." Short novel. 1941.

_____. I, Robot. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. Yo, robot. Novel. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Foundation. SF novel trilogy. Astounding (May 1942-Jan. 1950). Hugo Award (1966).

_____. Foundation. Novel trilogy. 1951-3.

_____. The Currents of Space. SF novel. Astounding (1952?).

_____. "The Martian Way." SF story. Galaxy (1952?).

_____. The Martian Way. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. The Caves of Steel. SF novel. 1954.

_____. The End of Eternity. SF novel. 1955.

_____. The End of Eternity. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. "Jokester." Story. Infinity Science Fiction (1956). In The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus. Ed. Brian W. Aldiss. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973. 377-90.*

_____. "The Last Question." SF story. 1956. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 368-81.*

_____. The Naked Sun. SF novel. 1957.

_____ . Fantastic Voyage. SF novel.

_____. "La bola de billar." In Antología de novelas de anticipación (ciencia ficción). Ed. Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carb. 1968. Trans. José Mª Aroca. Barcelona: Acervo, 1970. 149-76.*

_____. The Caves of Steel. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. The Currents of Space. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. Earth Is Room Enough. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. Nine Tomorrows. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. Pebble in the Sky. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. The Stars, Like Dust. Science fiction. Greenwich (CT): Fawcett. [c. 1970?]

_____. The Gods Themselves. SF novel. 1971.

_____. Foundation's Edge. SFnovel. 1982.

_____. The Robots of Dawn. SF novel. 1983.

_____. Los robots. (Gran Super Ficción). Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1984.

_____. Robots and Empire. SF n ovel. 1985.

_____. Foundation and Earth. Novel. 1986.

_____. The Early Asimov. New York, 1972.

_____. "So Why Aren't We Rich?" In Nebula Award Stories 8. 1973.

_____. "Necrología." In El tiempo no es tan simple: Antología temática de la ciencia ficción. Barcelona: Producciones Editoriales, 1976. 59-90.*

Asprin, Robert Lynn, ed. Thieves' World. Story series. With Lynn Abbey.

Astor, John Jacob. A Journey in Other Worlds. SF. 1894.

Atheling, William, Jr. See Blish, James.

Auel, Jean M. The Mammooth Hunters. Novel. 1985.

Babits, Mihaly. (Hungary). A Golya Kalifa. Fantasy novel. 1916.

_____. The Nightmare. English trans. of A Golya Kalifa. Budapest: corvina Press, 1966.

Bacon, Francis. The New Atlantis. Utopia. 1627.

Baen, James, ed. Destinies. SF magazine. 1978-.

Bailey, J. O. Pilgrims through Space and Time. Essay on SF. New York, 1947.

Baker, Sharon. Quarreling, They Met the Dragon. Novle. 1984.

Balchin, Nigel. The Small Back Room. Novel.

Baldwin, Merl. The Helmsman. Novel.

Ballard, J. G. The Wind from Nowhere. SF novel. 1962.

_____. 'The Death Module." Story. New Worlds.

_____. The Drowned World. SF novel. 1962.

_____. The Terminal Beach. Novel.

_____. The Drought. SF novel. 1965.

_____. The Crystal World. SF novel. 1966.

_____. The Atrocity Exhibition. Stories. (USA: Love and Napalm: Export USA). 1970.

_____. Crash! SF novel. 1973.

_____. Concrete Island. SF novel. 1974.

_____. Empire of the Sun. Novel. 1984.

Balmer, Edwin.

Banks, Iain. The Bridge. Novel. 1986.

_____. Consider Phlebas. Novel. 1987.

Barnes, Rory, and Damien Broderick. Valencies. Novel. Australia, 1985.

Barron, Neil, ed. Anatomy of Wonder: A Critical Guide to Science Fiction. 2nd ed. New York, 1981. (H. Rider Haggard).

Barth, John.

Barthelme, Donald.

Batchelor, John Calvin. The Birth of the People's Republic of Antarctica. Novel. 1983.

Bauer, Johann. Kafka and Prague. New York, 1971.

Baxter, Stephen. Timelike Infinity. SF. 1992.

_____. Ring. SF 1994.

_____. The Time Ships. SF novel. 1995. Sequel to H.G. Wells.

Bayley, Barrington. Star Virus. Novel. 1970.

_____. "An Overload." Story. 1973.

_____. The Fall of Chronopolis. Novel. 1974.

_____. The Soul of the Robot. Novel. 1974.

Bear, Greg. "The Wind from a Burning Woman." Story. 1977.

_____. "Blood Music." Novella. 1983. Nebula Award. Expanded as novel, Bloodmusic. SF. 1985.

_____. Eon. SF novel. 1985.

_____. Reina de los Angeles. (Nova ciencia ficción 54). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. Eternity. SF. 1989.

Beaumont, Charles. The Hunger. Stories. 1957.

Beckford, William.

Bedford, Sybille. Aldous Huxley: A Biography. 1973.

Bell, Ian A. Defoe's Fiction. 1986.

Bell, Madison Smartt. Waiting for the End of the World. SF. 1985. London: Sphere, 1986.

Bellamy, Edward. Looking Backward. 1888.

Bellow, Saul.

Benford, Gregory. "Deeper than the Darkness." SF novella. Fantasy and Science Fiction (April 1969).

_____. Deeper than the Darkness. SF novel. 1970. First version of The Stars in Shroud.

_____. In the Ocean of Night. SF novel. 1971.

_____. En el océano de la noche. (Nova ciencia ficción 7). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. The Stars in Shroud. SF novel. 1978.

_____. Timescape. SF novel. 1980.

_____. Timescape. (SF Masterworks). London: Gollancz-Millennium, 2000.*

_____. Cronopaisaje. (Nova ciencia ficción 66). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. Across the Sea of Suns. SF. 1984.

_____ A través del mar de soles. (Nova ciencia ficción 10). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____ . "Is There a Technological Fix for the Human Condition?" In Hard Science Fiction. Ed. George E. Slusser and Eric S. Rabkin. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1986. 82-98.

_____. "Effing the Ineffable." In Aliens: The Anthropology of Science Fiction. Ed. George E. Slusser and Eric S. Rabkin. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1987. 13-25.

_____. Great Sky River. SF. 1987.

_____. Gran río del espacio. (Nova ciencia ficción 20). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. Tides of Light. SF. 1989.

_____. Mareas de luz. (Nova ciencia ficción 43). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. Furious Gulf. SF. 1994.

Benford, Gregory, and David Brin. Heart of the Comet. Novel. Toronto: Bantam, 1986.

Benford, Gregory, and Willliam Rotsler. Shiva Descending. Novel. 1980.

Bergerac, Cyrano de. Other Worlds. Ed. and trans. Geoffrey Strachan. 1965.

Bergonzi, Benard. The Early H. G. Wells: A Study of the Scientific Romances. Manchester, 1961.

Bester, Alfred. The Demolished Man. Novel. Galaxy (1952). (1st Hugo award, 1953).

_____. "Time Is the Traitor." Story. 1953.

_____. The Stars My Destination (= Tiger! Tiger!). Novel. Galaxy. 1956-7.

_____. The Rat Race. Novel. (USA: Who He?). 1955.

_____. "Will You Wait?" SF story. 1959. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 231-38.*

_____. Extro. (= The Computer Connection). Novel. 1975.

_____. Golem. Novel. 1980.

Bidwell, Sheldon. World War Three. SF documentary. 1978.

Bierce, Ambrose.

Bishop, Michael. "Darktree, Darktide." Story. Fantasy and Science Fiction (April 1971).

_____. "Death and Designation among the Asadi." Novella. 1973.

_____. A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire. Novel. 1975.

_____. And Strange at Echatan the Trees. Novel. (= Beneath the Shattered Moons). 1976.

 _____. A Little Knowledge. Novel. 1977.

_____. Catacomb Years. Novel. 1979.

_____. Transfigurations. Novel. 1979.

_____. "Saving Face." Novella. In Dark Passage.

_____. "The Quickening." Novella. 1981. Nebula Award. In Bishop, One Winter in Eden.

_____. No Enemy but Time. Novel. 1982. Nebula Award.

_____. Ancient of Days. Novel. 1985. (Expansion of "Her Habiline Husband").

_____. One Winter in Eden. Stories. 1985.

Blackburn, John. A Scent of New-Mown Hay. SF novel. 1958.

Bleiler, Everett F. "M. P. Shiel." In Bleiler, Science Fiction Writers.

_____. "M. P. Shiel." In Bleiler, Supernatural Fiction Writers.

_____. "Edgar Rice Burroughs." In Bleiler, Science Fiction Writers.

_____, ed. Science Fiction Writers. New York, 1982. (Senarens).

_____, ed. Supernatural Fiction Writers: Fantasy and Horror. 2 vols. New York, 1985.

Blish, James. "Surface Tension." Story. 1952.

 _____. "Common Time." Story. 1953.

_____. "Beep." Story. 1954.

_____. Earthman, Come Home. 1955.

_____. They Shall Have Stars. 1956.

_____. The Frozen Year (=Fallen Star). Novel. 1957.

_____. A Case of Conscience. Short novel. 1958.

_____. A Clash of Cymbals (USA: The Triumph of Time).

_____. A Life for the Stars. 1962.

_____. "Who's in Charge Here?" SF story. 1962. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 363-67.*

_____. (William Atheling, Jr.) "Cathedrals in Space." In The Issue at Hand.

_____. (William Atheling, Jr.). The Issue at Hand. (SF criticism). Chicago: Advent, 1964.

_____. Black Easter. Novel. 1968.

_____. (William Atheling, Jr.). More Issues at Hand. (SF criticism). Chicago: Advent, 1970.

_____. Spock Must Die! 1970.

_____. Cities in Fight. Stories. Includes They Shall Have Stars, A Life for the Stars, Earthman, Come Home and A Clash of Cymbals. Afterword by Richard D. Mullen. 1970.

_____. The Day after Judgment. 1971.

_____. The Quincunx of Time. Novel. 1973.

_____. "Moskowitz on Kuttner." Riverside Quarterly 5.2.

_____. The Tale that Wags the God. Ed. Cy Chauvin. Chicago: Advent, 1987.

Blish, James, and Norman L. Knight. A Torrent of Faces. Novel. 1967.

Boisgilbert, Edmund. See Donnelly, Ignatius.

Boland, John. White August. SF novel. 1955.

Bonaparte, Marie. Edgar Poe: Etude psychanalytique. Foreword by Sigmund Freud. Paris, 1933.

Boucher, Anthony. See White, William Anthony Parker.

Bova, Ben. The Astral Mirror. Novel.

_____. Privateer. Novel.

_____. Millennium: A Novel about People and Politics in the Year 1999. New York: Ballantine, 1976.

_____. Brothers. (New English Library). London: Hodder and Stoughton.

_____. Death Dream. (New English Library). London: Hodder and Stoughton.

_____. Mars. (New English Library). London: Hodder and Stoughton.

_____. Moonrise. SF novel. (New English Library). London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1996. 1997.*

Bova, Ben, and Bill Pogue. The Trikon Deception. (New English Library). London: Hodder and Stoughton.

Bowen, John.

Bowen, Robert Sidney. Dusty Ayres and His Battle Birds! Magazine. 12 issues. 1934-35.

Bowie, David.

Brackett, Leigh. The Sword of Rhiannon. Fantasy novel. 1953.

_____, coauthor. The Empire Strikes Back. Film script. Filmed 1980.

Bradbury, Ray. Martian Chronicles (=The Silver Locusts). Novel. 1951.

_____. The Day It Rained Forever.

_____. The Fireman." Story. Galaxy 5 (1953).

_____. Fahrenheit 451. Novel. 1953.

_____. The Illustrated Man. Novel.

_____. The Golden Apples of the Sun. Novel.

Bradley, Marion Zimmer. The Mists of Avalon. 1983.

_____. "Darkover" 14 + novel series. 1970s.

Bradley, Mary Wilhemina Hastings Alice in Jungle Land. Memoir.

Brewster, David (Sir). Letters on Natural Magic, Addressed to Sir Walter Scott. 1832.

Brin, David. Sundiver. Novel. 1980.

_____. "The Tides of Kithrup." Fragment of Startide Rising. Analog (May 1981).

_____. Startide Rising. Novel. 1982. Hugo Award, Nebula Award.

_____. The Practice Effect. Novel. 1984.

_____. The Uplift War. Novel. 1985.

_____. The Postman. Novel. 1985.

Brin, David, and Greg Benford. Heart of the Comet. Novel. 1986.

Brod, Max.

Broderick, Damien. The Dreaming Dragons. Novel. 1980.

_____. Transmitters: An Imaginary Documentary, 1969-1984. Novel. 1984.

Brooke-Rose, Christine.

Brosnan, John. "Special Effects in Science Fiction Cinema." In The Science Fiction Source Book. Ed. David Wingrove. 1985.

Brown, Charles Brockden. Arthur Mervyn. 1799-1801.

Brown, Frederick. "Answer." SF story.

_____. "Letter to a Phoenix." SF story. 1959. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 452-59.*

_____. The Mind Thing. Novel. 1961.

Brown, Rosel George.

Browne, Thomas (Sir).

Brunner, John. "Report on the Nature of the Lunar Surface." Fiction.

_____. "The Last Lonely Man." Story. New Worlds.

_____. Double Double. Novel. 1969.

_____. Stand on Zanzibar. Novel. Partly published in New Worlds (1968).

_____. The Sheep Look Up. Novel. 1972.

_____. The Shockwave Rider. Novel. 1975.

_____. The Condition of Muzak. Novel. 1977.

Bryant, Edward. Cynnabar. Novel. 1976.

_____. "Particle Theory." Short story. Analog (February 1977).

_____. "Stone." Short story. 1978. Nebula Award.

_____. "giANTS." Short Story. 1979. Nebula Award.

_____. Wyoming Sun. Stories. 1980.

Buchan, John.

Bucknall, Barbara J. Ursula Le Guin. New York, 1981.

Budrys, Algis. "The End of Summer." Story. Astounding Science Fact Fiction (1954).

_____. "The End of Summer." In The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus. Ed. Brian W. Aldiss. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973. 170-96.*

_____. Who? SF novel. 1958. Filmed 1974.

_____. ¿Quién? Trans. Rafael Martín Trechera. (Ciencia Ficción, 110). Barcelona: Ultramar, 1990.*

_____. Rogue Moon. SF novel. 1960.

_____. El Laberinto de la luna. Novel. Mallorca: Ultramar, 1991.

_____. Some Will Not Die. SF. 1961.

_____. "Paradise Charted." TriQuarterly 49 (Fall 1980): 5-75.

Bulmer, Kenneth. Dray Prescot novel series.

_____. , ed. New Writings in SF. Anthology series. 1970s.

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward. The Coming Race. Novel. 1871.

Bunch, David R. Moderan. Stories. 1971.

Burgel, Bruno H.

Burgess, Anthony. A Clockwork Orange. Novel. 1962.

_____. The Wanting Seed. Novel. 1962.

Burroughs, Edgar Rice. "Under the Moons of Mars." Story. All-Story (1912).

_____. A Princess of Mars. Novel. 1917 (as book).

_____. The Gods of Mars. 1918.

_____. The Warlord of Mars. 1919.

_____. Tarzan of the Apes. Novel. All-Story (1912).

_____. The Return of Tarzan.

_____. At the Earth's Core. Novel. Serialized 1914. As book, 1922.

_____. Pellucidar. Novel. All-Story Cavalier Weekly (1915). As book, 1923.

_____. Tarzan at the Earth's Core. Novel. 1930.

_____. Pirates in Venus. Novel. Argosy (1932).

_____. The Moon Maid. Novel. Serialized 1923.

_____. The Land that Time Forgot. Novel. As book, 1924.

_____. Tarzan and the Ant Men. Novel. 1924.

_____. The Cave Girl. Novel. 1925.

_____. "Savage Pellucidar." (Posthumous ed.). Story. 1963.

Burroughs, William. The Ticket that Exploded. Novel.

_____. The Wild Boys. Novel. 1971.

Butler, Octavia. (Black American). Patternmaster. Novel. 1976.

_____. Mind of My Mind. Novel. 1977.

_____. Survivor. Novel. 1978.

_____. Kindred. Novel. 1979.

_____. Wild Seed. Novel. 1980.

_____. "Speech Sounds." Story. 1983. Hugo Award.

_____. "Bloodchild. Story. 1984. Hugo Award.

_____ . Clay's Ark. Novel. 1984.

Butler, Samuel. Erewhon. Utopia. 1872.

_____. Life and Habit. Non-fiction. 1877.

_____. Evolution, Old and New. Non-fiction. 1879.

_____. Unconscious Memory. Non-fiction. 1880.

_____. Luck or Cunning? Non-fiction. 1886.

_____. Erewhon Revisited.1901.

_____. TheWay of All Flesh. 1903.

Butor, Michel. Répertoire. (Jules Verne). Paris, 1953.

Butterworth, Michael.

Byron (Lord).

Cabell, James Branch.

Caidin, Martin. Killer Station. Novel.

Campanella, Tommaso. Civitas Solis. Utopia. 1623.

Campbell, H. J., ed. Authentic. SF magazine (Britain).

Campbell, John W. (1910-1971) "When the Atoms Failed." Amazing Stories (Jan. 1930).

_____. "Piracy Preferred." Story.

_____. "The Black Star Passes." Story.

_____. Islands of Space. Novel.

_____. The Mightiest Machine. Novel.

_____. Invaders from the Infinite. Novel.

_____. "Twilight." Story.

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_____. "Who Goes There?" SF story. 1938. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 239-98.*

_____. "Unimaginable Reasons." Editorial. Astounding (1960).

_____. "The Double Minds." Thrilling Wonder Stories (August 1937).

_____. "Concerning Dianetics." Editorial. Astounding Science Fiction (may 1950).

_____. Collected Editorials from Analog. Select. Harry Harrison. New York, 1966.

_____, ed. Astounding Stories. (from 1937 to 1971).

_____. The John W. Campbell Letters. Vol. 1. Ed. Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr., Tony Chapdelaine, George Hay. 1985.

Campbell, Thomas. The Last Man. Poem.

Campbell, Ramsey.

Canning, George, ed. The Anti-Jacobin. Journal.

Capek, Josef.

Capek, Karel. (1890-1938). R.U.R. Drama. 1921.

_____. Továrna na Absolutno. 1922. (English trans.: The Absolute at Large).

_____. Krakatit. Novel. 1924. (English trans.: An Atomic Fantasy).

_____. The Makropoulos Secret. Drama. Trans. 1925.

_____. Válka s Mloky. Novel. 1936. (English trans.: War with the Newts.).

_____. War with the Newts. Trans. Ewald Osers. England, 1986.

Capek, Karel, and Josef Capek. The Insect Play.

Card, Orson Scott. A Planet Called Treason. Novel. 1979.

_____. Ender's Game. Novel. 1985. Hugo Award, Nebula Award.

_____. Speaker for the Dead. Novel. 1986. Hugo Award, Nebula Award.

Carey, John. John Donne: Life, Mind and Art. 1981.

Carey, Peter.

Carnell, E. J. ("Ted"), ed. New Worlds. SF magazine.

Carey, Peter. The Fat Man in History. Novel. 1974.

_____. Illywhacker. Novel. 1985.

Carr, Terry. The Light at the End of the Universe. SF stories. 1976.

_____, ed. Universe. SF magazine.

Carroll, Lewis. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. 1865.

Carter, Angela. Heroes and Villlains. Novel. 1969.

_____. Nights at the Circus. Novel. 1984.

Carter, Frederick. The Dragon of the Apocalypse.

Carter, Paul A. The Creation of Tomorrow: Fifty Years of Magazine Science Fiction. New York, 1977.

Cartier, Edd.

Cartmill, Cleve.

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle. Philosophical Letters: or, Modest Reflections upon some Opinions in Natural Philosophy. 1664.

_____. Observations upon Experimental Philosophy. With The Description of a New World, called The Blazing World. Fantasy. 1666.

_____. The Blazing World and Other Writings. Ed. Kate Lilley. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1994.

_____. From The Description of a New World, Called the Blazing World. 1666, 1668. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1765-71.*

Chadourne, Marc. Restif de la Bretonne ou le siècle prophétique. Paris, 1958.

Chandler, A. Bertram. Dawn of Nothing. Story. Astounding.

Chapdelaine, Perry A.

Charnas, Suzy McKee. Walk to the End of the World. SF novel. 1974.

_____. Motherlines. Novel. 1979.

_____. The Vampire Tapestry. Novel. 1980.

Chaucer, Geoffrey.

Cherryh, C. J. Gate of Ivrel. Novel. 1976. (Morgaine trilogy).

_____. Gate of Ivrel. New York: DAW Books, 1977.

_____. Wolf of Shiuan. Novel. 1978. (Morgaine trilogy).

_____. Fires of Azeroth. Novel. 1979.(Morgaine trilogy).

_____. The Chronicles of Morgaine. SF novel trilogy. 1970.

_____ . Faded Sun. Novel series. 1970s.

_____. Kesrith. Novel. 1978. (Faded Sun series).

_____. Shon'ir. Novel. 1978. (Faded Sun series).

_____. Kutath. Novel. 1979. (Faded Sun series).

_____. "Cassandra." Story. 1978. Hugo Award.

_____. "Casandra." In Los premios Hugo 1978-1979. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1990. 209-18.*

_____. Downbelow Station. SF novel. London: Methuen, 1981. (Hugo Award)

_____. Cyteen 1: La Traición. (Nova ciencia ficción 30). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____ .Cyteen 2: El renacer. (Nova ciencia ficción 31). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. Cyteen 3: La Vindicación (Nova ciencia ficción 32). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. El orgullo de Chanur / Chanur. (Nova ciencia ficción 2). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. La aventura de Chanur (Chanur 2). (Nova ciencia ficción 14). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____ La venganza de Chanur (Chanur 3). (Nova ciencia ficción 16). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. El regreso de Chanur (Chanur 4). (Nova ciencia ficción 23). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. Rimrunners. (Nova ciencia ficción 36). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

Chesneaux, Jean. The Political and Social Ideas of Jules Verne. Trans. Thomas Wikeley. 1972.

Chesney, George Tomkyns (Colonel). The Battle of Dorking. (pub. anonymously). 1871.

Chesterton, G. K. The Man Who Was Thursday. Novel. 1908.

Christopher, John. The Year of the Comet. SF novel. 1955.

_____. The Death of Grass. SF novel. 1956.

_____. La muerte en la hierba. Ediciones de Bolsillo.

_____. The World in Winter. SF novel. 1962.

_____. The Possessors. SF novel. 1965.

_____. Pendulum. SF novel. 1968.

_____. The Tripods. SF novel. trilogy.

Churchill, Winston. "If Lee Had Not Won the Battle of Gettysburg." Rpt. in If It Had Happened Otherwise. Ed. J. C. Squire. 1931. (USA: If: of History Rewritten). SF collection.

Clareson, Thomas D. Some Kind of Paradise: The Emergence of American Science Fiction. Westport (CT), 1985.

_____. "The Emergence of Science Fiction." In Anatomy of Wonder.

_____. (Essay on Silverberg's Downward to the Earth). In Survey of Science Fiction Literature. Ed. Frank N. Magill. 5 vols. Englewood Cliffs (NJ), 1980.

_____, ed. SF: The Other Side of Realism. Bowling Green, 1971.

Clarke, Arthur C. "The Forgotten Enemy." Story. New Worlds Science Fiction (1949). 

_____. "The Forgotten Enemy." In The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus. Ed. Brian W. Aldiss.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973. 419-25.*

_____. "The Nine Billion Names of God." Story. In Star Science Fiction Stories. Ed. Frederick Pohl. New York: Ballantine, 1953.

_____. "The Nine Billion Names of God." In Clarke, The Other Side of the Sky. London: Gollancz, 1962.

_____.  The City and the Stars. Novel. 1956.

_____. La ciudad y las estrellas.  Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. "Who's There?" SF story. 1958. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 69-74.*

_____. "Before Eden." Story. 1961. In The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus. Ed. Brian W. Aldiss.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973. 466-77.*

_____.  Childhood's End. SF novel. 1953. New York: Ballantine, 1976.

_____. El fin de la infancia. Barcelona: Minotauro.

_____. Prelude to Space. SF. 1953.

_____. "The Sentinel." Story. New Worlds 22 (1953).

_____. "The Sentinel." In Masterworks in Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Norton, 1985.

_____. "La estrella." In Los premios Hugo 1955-1961. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1986. 139-48.*

_____.  A Fall of Moondust. Novel. 1961.

_____. Glide Path. Novel. 1963.

_____.  2001 A Space Odyssey. Novel. New York: New American Library, 1968.

_____.  "A Meeting with Medusa." Story. Playboy (1971). Nebula Award.

_____.  Rendezvous with Rama. Novel. 1973. Hugo Award, Nebula Award.

_____. Rendezvous with Rama.  London: Pan, 1974.

_____.  Rendezvous with Rama.  New York: Ballantyne, 1988.

_____. Rendezvous with Rama. London: Little, Brown-Orbit.

_____. Cita con Rama. Trans. A. Gámez. 1979. 5th ed. Barcelona: Ultramar, 1988.*

_____.  Fountains of Paradise. Novel. 1979.

_____.  2010: Odyssey Two.  Novel. London: Grafton, 1982.

_____. Claro de Tierra.  Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Relatos de diez mundos.  Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Expedición a la Tierra.  Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Las arenas de Marte.  Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. TV series.

_____. The Ghost from the Grand Banks. London: Little, Brown-Orbit, 1990.

_____. "The Hammer of God." Novella. Time 140.27 (Special issue: Beyond the Year 2000 , Fall 1992).

_____. The Hammer of God. Novel. London: Gollancz, 1993.

_____. The Hammer of God. London: Little, Brown-Orbit, 1994. 1995.*

_____. 3001: The Final Odyssey. Novel. Voyager, 1997.

Clarke, A. C., and Gentry Lee. Cradle. London: Little, Brown-Orbit.

_____. Rama II. London: Little, Brown-Orbit.

_____. Garden of Rama. London: Little, Brown-Orbit.

_____. El jardín de Rama. Trans. Adolfo Martín. Barcelona: Ediciones B, 1995.*

_____. Rama Revealed. London: Little, Brown-Orbit.

Clarke, A. C., and Gregory Benford. Beyond the Fall of Night. Novel. 1991.

_____. Against the Fall of Night / Beyond the Fall of Night. London: Little, Brown-Orbit, 1992.*

Clarkson, Helen. The Last Day. SF novel. 1959. (Nuclear war).

Claudy, Carl H. The Doom Toxin. Novel. The American Boy (1937-38).

Clayton, Jo. Changer's Moon. Novel.

Clement, Hal. "Fireproof." Story. 1949.

_____. Misson of Gravity. Novel. Astounding Science Fiction (1953).

_____. Misión de gravedad. (Nova ciencia ficción 55). Barcelona: Ediciones B.

_____. Cycle of Fire. 1957.

Clifton, Mark. "What Have I Done?" SF story. 1958. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 50-68.*

Clingerman, Mildred. "Minister Without Portfolio." Story. 1951. Rpt. in A Cupful of Space. New York: Ballantine, 1961.

_____. "Minister without Portfolio." Story. 1952. In The Science Fiction Century. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor Books, 1997. 327-32.*

_____. "Letters from Laura." SF story.  The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (1954). In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 482-88.*

_____. A Cupful of Space. Stories. 1961.

Coblentz, Stanton A.

Coetzee, J. M. Waiting for the Barbarians. Novel.

Cogswell, Theodore (Colonel). "The Wall Around the World." Fantasy story.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor.

Collier, Marie.

Collins, Wilkie.

Comfort, Alex. Nature and Human Nature. Science. 1966.

Compton, D. G. The Missionaries. Novel. 1972.

_____. The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe. Novel. (= The Unsleeping Eye). 1974. Filmed by Bertrand Tavernier as Deathwatch. 1979.

_____. Ascendancies. Novel. 1980.

Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de. Treatise on the Sensations.

Coney, Michael. Hello Summer, Goodbye. Novel (= Rax). 1975.

_____. Charisma. Novel. 1975.

Conklin, Groff, ed. The Best of Science Fiction. 1946.

Cook, Glen. Passage at Arms. Novel.

_____. Darkwar. Novel trilogy. Vol. 1: Doomstalker.

Cooper, Fenimore.

Cooper, Susan. Silver on the Tree. SF. 1977.

Coppel, Alfred. "The Rebel of Valkyr." Fantasy story. 1950.

_____. (ps. Robert Cham Gilman). The Rebel of Rhada. Novel. 1968.

_____. (ps. Robert Cham Gilman). The Navigator of Rhada. Novel. 1969.

_____. (ps. Robert Cham Gilman). The Starkhan of Rhada. Novel. 1970.

_____. The Dragon. SF novel. 1977.

_____. The Fates Command Us. Historical novel. 1986.

Corman, Roger.

Coulson, Robert.

Cousin de Grainville, Jean-Baptiste. Le Dernier Homme. 1805.

_____.  (Anonymous). The Last Man; or Omegarus and Syderia. A romance in Futurity. SF. 2 vols.London: R. Dutton, 1806.

Cowper, Richard. See Murry, John.

Crabbe, Buster.

Crane, Robert (ps.). Hero's Walk. SF novel. 1954.

Crispin, Edmund, ed. Best SF anthology series. 1955-.

Cronenberg, David, dir. Shivers. Film. 1974.

Crowley, John. The Deep. SF novel. 1975.

_____. Beasts. SF novel. 1976.

_____. Engine Summer. SF novel. 1979.

_____. Little, Big. SF novel. 1981. World Fantasy Award.

_____. Aegypt. Fantasy novel. London: Gollancz, 1987. (Vol. 1 of Aegypt).

_____. Novelty. 4 stories. 1989.

_____. "Great Work of Time." From Novelty. 1989. In The Science Fiction Century. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor Books, 1997. 632-82.* (Time paradox). (Rhodes, British Empire).

_____. Love and Sleep. SF novel. 1994. (Vol. 2 of Aegypt).

Cummings, Ray. The Girl in the Golden Atom. Novel.

Cyrano de Bergerac. (1619-1655).L'Autre Monde:

_____. Voyage dans la Lune. 1657.

_____. L'histoire des états et empires du soleil.

Dalton, Moray. The Black Death. Sampson Low. SF. 1934.

Dalziel, Margaret. Popular Fiction 100 Years Ago. 1957.

Davidson, Avram.

Davis, Chan. "Letter to Ellen." SF story. 1947, 1975. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 402-13.*

Day, Donald B., comp. Index to the Science Fiction Magazines, 1926-1950. Rev. ed. Boston, 1982.

Day, William Patrick. In the Circles of Fear and Desire: A Study of Gothic Fantasy. Chicago, 1985.

de Camp, L. Sprague. Lest Darkness Falls. Novel. Unknown (1939).

_____. The Science Fiction Handbook. 1953. Rev. ed. 1975.

de Camp, L. Sprague, and Willy Ley. Lands Beyond. Essay on travel books.

de Camp, L. Sprague, and Fletcher Pratt. The Incomplete Enchanter. SF novel. Unknown (1940).

_____. Lest Darkness Falls. SF novel. Unknown (1941).

_____. The Castle of Iron. SF novel. Unknown (1941), book form 1950.

_____. Lovecraft: A Biography. New York, 1975.

_____. Literary Swordsmen and Sorcerers. (Fantasy). Sark City (WI), 1976. (Lovecraft, Howard, Smith).

de Camp, L. Sprague, and Fletcher Pratt. The Land of Unreason. Novel. Unknown (1941).

_____. The Incomplete Enchanter. Novel. Unknown (1942).

de Camp, L. Sprague, and P. Schuyler Miller. Genus Homo. SF novel. Serialized 1941, book form 1950.

de Chirico, Giorgio. Hebomeros. Novel.

_____. "On Metaphysical Art." (Jules Verne). 1919. Rpt. in Metaphysical Art. Ed. Massimo Carra. 1971.

De Prez, Daniel. Interview with Philip K. Dick. Science Fiction Review 19.

Defoe, Daniel. 1660-1731. The Life and Strange and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner. 1719.

_____. The Consolidator: or, Memoirs of Sundry Transactions from the World in the Moon. 1705.

deFord, Miriam Allen. Elsewher, Elsewhen, Elsehow. (Essay on SF).

_____. Xenogenesis. SF stories. 1969.

de Grainville, Jean-Baptiste Cousin.

de la Bretonne, Restif.

del Rey, Lester. The World of Sceince Fiction 1926-1976. New York, 1979.

Delany, Samuel R. The Jewels of Aptor. Novel. Ace Books, 1962.

_____. The Jewels of Aptor. Rev. ed. London, 1968.

_____. Captives of the Flame. Novel. 1963. Included in The Fall of the Towers.

_____. The Towers of Toron. Novel. 1964. Included in The Fall of the Towers.

_____. City of a Thousand Suns. Novel. 1966. Included in The Fall of the Towers.

_____. The Fall of the Towers. Novel trilogy. Rev. 1968. As one vol., 1971.

_____. The Einstein Intersection. Novel. 1967.

_____. Nova. SF novel. 1968.

_____. Dhalgren. SF novel. 1975.

_____. Babel-17. SF novel. 1966. Nebula Award.

_____. "Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones." Story. New Worlds 185 (December 1968).

_____. Driftglass. SF stories. 1971.

_____. The Tides of Lust. Novel. 1973.

_____. Triton: An Ambiguous Heterotopia. 1976.

_____. "Faust and Archimedes." In Delany, The Jewel-Hinged Jaw. New York, 1977.

_____. The American Shore: Meditations on a Tale of Science Fiction by Thomas M. Disch —'Angoulême'.

de l'Isle Adam, Villiers.

de Loutherbourg, Jacques Philippe.

del Rey, Lester, ed. Space Science Fiction. Magazine.

Derleth, August.

Desmond, Shaw. Ragnarok. SF. Duckworth, 1926.

Dick, Philip K. "Imposter." Story. 1953.

_____. "Colony." Story. 1953.

_____. "The Golden Man." Story. 1954.

_____. Eye in the Sky. Novel. 1957.

_____. Time Out of Joint. Novel. 1959.

_____. Vulcan's Hammer. Novel. 1960.

_____. The Man in the High Castle. Novel. 1962.

_____. All We Marsmen. Novella. Worlds of Tomorrow (August 1963).

_____. Clans of the Alphane Moon. Novel. 1964.

_____. Martian Time-Slip. Novel. (Expansion of All We Marsmen). 1964.

_____. The Simulacra. Novel. 1964.

_____. The Unteleported Man. Novel. 1964. (Edited version of Lies, Inc.).

_____. Dr. Bloodmoney. Novel. 1965.

_____. The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch. Novel. 1965.

 _____. Now Wait for Last Year. Novel. 1966.

_____. Counter-Clock World. Novcel. 1967.

_____. "Faith of Our Fathers." Story. In Dangerous Visions. Ed. Halan Ellison. 1967.

_____. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Novel. 1968. Filmed as Blade Runner by Ridley Scott, 1982.

_____. Galactic Pot-Healer. Novel. 1969.

_____. Ubik. Novel. 1969.

_____. "The Android and the Human." Essay. Vector. (Britain); SF Commentary (Australia) (March 1972). Rpt. in Philip K. Dick: Electric Shepherd. Ed. Bruce Gillespie. Melbourne, 1975.

_____. "Man, Android, and Machine." Essay. In Science Fiction at Large. Ed. Peter Nicholls. 1976.

_____. Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. Novel. 1974.

_____. A Scanner Darkly. 1977.

_____. Valis. Novel. 1981.

_____. The Divine Invasion. Novel. 1981.

_____. The Transmigration of Timothy Archer. Novel. 1982.

_____. Lies, Inc. Novel. 1984. Complete version of The Unteleported Man.

_____. Radio Free Albemuth. Novel. 1985.

_____. "The Lucky Dog Pet Store." Introd. to The Golden Man. 1980. Rpt. in Philip K. Dick. Ed. Martin Harry Greenberg and Joseph D. Olander. New York, 1983.

_____. Voices from the Street. Novel. (posthumous).

_____. Letter on his work. (1 Feb. 196). (Philip K. Dick Society Pamphlet 1).

Dick, Philip K, and Roger Zelazny. Deus Irae. Fiction. 1976.

Dickson, Gordon R. "Computers Don't Argue." SF story. 1965. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 467-81*

Dickson, Gordon R. "The Monkey Wrench." Story. Astounding Science Fiction (1951). In The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus. Ed. Brian W. Aldiss. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973. 203-14.*

_____. Dorsai! (=The Genetic General). Novel. (Dorsai series). 1959.

_____. Necromancer. Novel. (= No Room for Man). (Dorsai series). 1962.

_____. The Tactics of Mistake. (Dorsai series). Novel. 1971.

_____. Soldier Ask Not. Novel. (Dorsai series). 1967.

_____. "Soldado, no preguntes." In Los premios Hugo 1962-1967. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1987. 179-240.*

_____. The Spirit of Dorsai. Stories. (Dorsai series). 1979.

_____. Lost Dorsai.  Novella. (Dorsai series). 1980.

_____. "Dorsai perdido." In Los premios Hugo 1980-1982. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1991. 135-90.*

_____. "La capa y la vara." In Los premios Hugo 1980-1982. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1991. 191-220.*

_____. The Final Encyclopedia. SF. (Dorsai series). 1984.

_____. Chantry Guild. SF. 1988.

Dickson, Lovat. H. G. Wells: His Turbulent Life and Times. 1969.

Di Fate, Vincent. "Science Fiction Art: Some Contemporary Illustrators." In Marshall B. Tymn, ed. (Washington, 1981).

Disch, Thomas M. The Genocides. Novel. 1965.

_____. The Puppies of Terra. Novel. 1966. (= Mankind under the Leash).

_____.Camp Concentration. Novel. New Worlds (1967). Book form 1968.

_____. "The Squirrel Cage." Story .

_____. "Casablanca." Story.

_____. "The Asian Shore." Story.

_____. "Angoulême." Story. Included in Disch, 334.

_____. 334. Novel.

_____. Echo Round His Bones. Novel. 1967.

Donnelly, Ignatius. (ps. Edmund Boisgilbert). Caesar's Column. Science fiction.1890.

Doyle, Arthur Conan (Sir). "Danger!" SF story. Strand Magazine.

_____. The Lost World. Novel. Serialized 1912.

_____. The Poison Belt. Novel. 1913.

_____. The Land of Mist. Novel.

_____. The Maracot Deep. Novel.

Dozois, Gardner M. Strangers. Novel. 1978.

_____. "The Peacemaker." Story.

_____. "Morning Child." Story.

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Dozois, Gardner M., and Geo. Alec Effinger. Nightmare Blue. Novel. 1975.

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Drake, David. Hammer's Slammers. Novel. 1979.

_____. Birds of Prey. Novel. 1984.

_____. At Any Prize. Novel.

Dray Prescot. See Bulmer, Kenneth.

Druillet, Philippe.

Duncan, David. Dark Dominion. SF novel. 1954.

_____. Another Tree in Eden. SF novel. 1955.

_____. Occam's Razor. SF novel. 1957.

Dunne, J. W.

Dunsany (Lord). (1878-1957).

Durrell, Lawrence.

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Effinger, George Alec.

Eisenstein, Alex.

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Eliot, T. S.

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Ellik, Ron, and Bill Evans. The Universe of E. E. Smith. Chicago: House of Advent, 1966.

Ellis, Edward S.

Ellison, Harlan. "'Repent, Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman." Story 1965.

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_____. "'¡Arrepiéntete, Arlequín!' dijo el señor Tic-Tac." In Los premios Hugo 1962-1967. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1987. 241-56.*

_____. "I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream." Story.

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_____ . "The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World." Story.

_____. "La bestia que gritaba amor en el corazón del universo." In Los premios Hugo 1968-1969. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1987. 299-310.*

_____. "A Boy and His Dog." Story. New Worlds 189 (April 1969).

_____. "Jeffty tiene cinco años." In Los premios Hugo 1978-1979. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1990. 103-24.*

_____. The Essential Ellison: A Thirty-Five year Retrospective. Stories. 1987.

Elwood, Roger.

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Emshwiller, Ed.

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Evans, Christopher. Capella's Golden Eyes. Novel. 1980.

_____. The Insider. Novel. 1981.

Evans, I. O. Jules Verne, Master of Science Fiction. 1956.

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Fantasy Review. Journal.

Farley, Ralph Milne. The Radio Man. Novel. 1924.

_____. The Radio Beasts. Novel.

_____. The Radio Planet. Novel.

_____. "The Radio Mind of Mars." Story.

Farmer, Philip José. "The Lovers." Story.

_____. Flesh. Novel. 1960.

_____. A Woman a Day. Novel. (Revised 1968 as The Day of Timestop).

_____. "Riverworld." novella. Worlds of Tomorrow (January 1966).

_____. "Riders of the Purple Wage." Novella. In Dangerous Visions. Ed. Halan Ellison. 1967. Hugo Award.

_____. World of Tiers. Novel series: The Maker of Universes (1965), The Gates of Creation 91966), A Private Cosmos 91968), Behind the Worlds of Terra (1970), The Lavalite World (1977).

_____. The Image of the Beast. Novel. 1968.

_____. A Feast Unknown. Novel. 1969.

_____. Blown. Novel. 1969.

_____. "The Jungle Rot Kid on the Nod." Story. New Worlds 200 (April 1970).

_____. To Your Scattered Bodies Go. Novel (1st book of Riverworld series). 1971. Hugo Award.

_____. The Fabulous Riverboat. (Riverworld series). 1971.

_____. The Dark Design. (Riverworld series). 1977.

_____. The Magic Labyrinth.. (Riverworld series). 1979.

_____. The Gods of Riverworld. (Riverworld series). 1983.

_____. Riverworld and Other Stories. (Riverworld series). 1979.

_____. Riverworld War. (Riverworld series). 1980.

_____. Tarzan Alive: A Definitive Biography of Lord Greystoke. Novel. 1972.

_____. Hadon of Ancient Opar. Novel. 1974.

_____. (Ps. Kilgore Trout). Venus on the Half-Shell. Novel. Fantasy and Science Fiction (Dec. 1974, Jan. 1975).

Farren, Mike. The Armageddon Crazy. SF. 1989.

Fast, Howard. "The Trap." SF story. 1975. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 506-602.*

Fearn, John Russell. The Golden Amazon. 1944.

_____. The Intelligence Gigantic.. Novel. Amazing (1933).

Feist, Raymond E. Magician: Apprentice. Vol. 1 of the Rift War saga.

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_____. Montezuma's Revenge.

_____. Prime Number.

_____. The QE2 Is Missing.

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Hartwell, David G. Introd. to The Purple Cloud. By Shiel. Greg Press, 1977.

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Hasek, Jaroslav. The Good Soldier Schweik.

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_____. Ciberíada. Madrid: Alianza.

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Lessing, Doris. Canopus in Argos. Novel series. New York: Random House-Vintage International.

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Malzberg, Barry N. Beyond Apollo. Novel. 1972.

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Martin, George R. R. "The Second Kind of Loneliness." SF story. 1972. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 633-50.*

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McIntyre, Vonda N. "Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand." SF story. 1973. Nebula Award.

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_____. The Mary Shelley Reader. Ed. Betty T. Bennett and Charles E. Robinson. New York: Oxford UP, 1991.

_____. The Novels and Selected Works of Mary Shelley. (2 vols. ed. by Pamela Clemit, forthcoming 1994).

Shepard, Lucius. "Solitario's Eyes." Story. 1983.

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Sherriff, R. C. The Hopkins Manuscript. Novel. 1939.

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_____. Nightwings. Novel. 1969.

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_____.  "In Another Country."

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_____. Norstrilia. SF novel. 1975.

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Smith, George O. "Venus Equilateral" story series.

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_____. "Science, Art and Society." London Mercury 38 (Oct. 1938): 521-28.

_____. "But To-Day the Struggle." Rev. of Studies in a Dying Culture. By Christopher Caudwell. London Mercury 39 (Jan. 1939): 348-49.

_____. "Be Absolute." Poem. Adelphi 15 (Sept 1939): 571.

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_____. The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth. In Seven Science Fiction Novels of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover, n. d. 621-815.*

_____. A Modern Utopia. Novel. 1905.

_____. In the Days of the Comet. Novel. 1906. Introd. Brian W. Aldiss. London: Chatto, 1985.

_____. In the Days of the Comet. In Seven Science Fiction Novels of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover, n. d. 817-1015.*

_____. The War in the Air. 1908.

_____. The Contemporary Novel. 1911.

_____. The New Machiavelli. Novel. 1911.

_____. The World Set Free. 1914.

_____. Men like Gods. 1923. North Hollywood (CA): Leisure Books, 1970.

_____. The Dream. Novella. 1924.

_____. The Dream. London: Cape.

_____. The Dream. Introd. Brian Aldiss. London: Hogarth.

_____. The Scientific Romances of H. G. Wells. With a preface by the author. London: Gollancz, 1933.

_____. The Shape of Things to Come. New York: Macmillan, 1935.

_____. A Story of the Days to Come. In Three Prophetic Novels of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover, 1960.

_____. "The Crystal Egg." Story. In Best Science Fiction Stories of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover.

_____. "Aepyornis Island." In Best Science Fiction Stories of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover.

_____. "The Strange Orchid." In Best Science Fiction Stories of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover.

_____. "The Man Who Could Works Miracles." In Best Science Fiction Stories of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover.

_____. "A Dream of Armageddon." In Best Science Fiction Stories of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover.

_____. "The Sea Raiders." In Best Science Fiction Stories of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover.

_____. Tales of Space and Time.

_____. Anticipations.

_____. Star Begotten. 1930s.

_____. The Chamford Visitation. 1930s.

_____. The Holy Terror.

_____. "The Grisly Folk." Story.

_____. "A Story of the Stone Age." Story.

_____. "The Star." Story.

_____. "Fiction about the Future." Radio talk. Australian radio, 29 Dec. 1938. Typescript in the Wells Collection, U of Illinois Library.

_____. All Aboard for Ararat. 1941.

_____. The Mind at the End of Its Tether. 1945.

_____. "The Federation of Man." In H. G. Wells: Journalism and Prophecy 1893-1946. Ed. W. Warren Wagar. New York, 1964.

_____. H. G. Wells: Journalism and Prophecy 1893-1946. Ed. W. Warren Wagar. New York, 1964.

_____. H. G. Wells: The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds: A Critical Edition. Ed. Frank D. McConnell. New York: Oxford UP, 1977.

_____. Best Science Fiction Stories of H. G. Wells. New York: Dover.

_____. Seven Science Fiction Novels of H. G. Wells: The Time Machine, The Island of Dr. Moreau, The Invisible Man, The War of the Worlds, The First Men in the Moon, The Food of the Gods, In the Days of the Comet. New York: Dover, n. d.

_____. Three Prophetic Novels of H. G. Wells. (When the Sleeper Wakes, A Story of the Days to Come, The Time Machine). Introd. E. F. Bleiler. New York: Dover, 1960.*

_____. H. G. Wells's Literary Criticism. Ed. Patrick Parrinder and Robert M. Philmus. Sussex: Harvester, 1980.

_____. La ciencia ficción de H. G. Wells. Stories. 2 vols. Barcelona: Orbis-Hyspamérica, 1987.*

Wesso (H. Wessolowski).

West, Anthony. H. G. Wells: Aspects of a Life. 1984.

West, Rebecca.

Wettenhovi-Aspa, Sigurd. (Finland). The Diamondking of Sahara. Novel in English. Helsinki,1935.

Weyman, Stanley. Under the Red Robe. Novel.

Whale, James.

Wheatley, Dennis. Black August. Novel. . 1934.

_____. They Found Atlantis. Novel. 1936.

_____. Uncharted Seas. Novel. 1938.

Wheeler, H.

White, James. "Sector General" story series.

_____. The Dream Millennium. SF novel. 1974.

White, Patrick. A Fringe of Leaves. Novel. 1976.

White, Ted.

White, William Anthony Parker. (Ps. Anthony Boucher.).

_____, (Anthony Boucher), ed. Fantasy and Science Fiction. 1949-64?

Whitman, Walt.

Wilde, Oscar.

Wilder, Cherry. (Australia, Germany). A Princess of the Chameln. Novel.

_____. The Summer's King. 1986. (Book 3 of "Rulers of Hylor" trilogy).

Wilhelm, Kate. "Where Have You Been, Billy Boy, Billy Boy?" SF story. 1971. In Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Treasury: Originally published in two volumes as The Future in Question and Space Mail. Each with an Introduction by Isaac Asimov. Ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg and Joseph Olander. New York: Random House-Gramercy Books, 2006. 174-87.*

_____. The Clewiston Test. Novel. 1976.

_____. Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang. SF novel. 1976.

Wilkins, John. Discovery of a New World in the Moone. Science fiction.1638.

Williams, Charles.

Williams, Paul O. The Breaking of Northwall. Novel. 1980. (1st book of "Pelbar" novel cycle).

_____. The Ends of the Circle. Novel. (Pelbar Cycle). 1981.

_____. The Dome in the Forest. Novel. (Pelbar Cycle). 1981.

_____. The Fall of the Shell. Novel. (Pelbar Cycle). 1982.

_____. An Ambush of Shadows. Novel. (Pelbar Cycle). 1983.

_____. The Song of the Axe. Novel. (Pelbar Cycle). 1984.

_____. The Sword of Forbearance. Novel. (Pelbar Cycle). 1985.

Williams, Tennessee. The Knightly Quest. SF novella and 4 stories. 1966.

Williams, Walter Jon. Ambassador of Progress. Novel. 1984.

Williamson, Jack.The Legion of Space. Novel. Astounding (1934).

_____. The Legion of Time. Novel. Astounding  (1938).

_____. Darker than You Think. Novel. Unknown (1940).

_____. "With Folded Hands." Story.

_____. "The Equalizer." Story. Astounding (1947).

_____. . . . And Searching Mind. Novel. Astounding (1948). Retitled The Humanoids.

Willis, Connie. "Fire Watch." Story. 1982. Nebula Award.

_____. "Fire Watch." In The Science Fiction Century. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor Books, 1997. 435-61.*

_____. "Servicio de vigilancia." (Martínez Roca Super-Ficción 114).

_____.  Lincoln's Dreams. SF. New York: Bantam, 1986/7.

_____. A Letter from Clearys. Novel. 1982. Nebula Award.

_____. Lincoln's Dreams. Novel. 1987.

_____. "Even the Queen." Story. 1992. Hugo Award, Nebula Award.

_____. Domsday Book. SF. New York: Bantam, 1992. Hugo Award, Nebula Award, Locus Award.

_____. El libro del día del Juicio Final.  Trans. Rafael Martín Trechera. Introd. Miquel Barceló. Barcelona: Ediciones B, 1994.*

_____. "Death on the Nile." Story.  1993.

_____. "The Soul Selects Her Own Society..." Short Story. Hugo Award 1997.

Wilson, A. N.

Wilson, Angus.

Wilson, Colin. The Space Vampires. Novel. Filmed as Lifeforce.

Wilson, Richard.

Wilson, William. A Little Earnest Book upon a Great Old Subject. Darton and co., 1851. (Fiction).

Witt, Otto.

Wolfe, Bernard. Limbo 90. SF novel. 1952.

Wolfe, Gary K. The Known and the Unknown: The Iconography of Science Fiction. Kent (OH), 1979.

Wolfe, Gene. The Fifth Head of Cerberus. Novellas. 1972.

_____. "The Death of Dr Island." Novella. 1973. Nebula Award. In The Island of Dr Death and Other Stories and Other Stories. New York, 1980.

_____. "The Island of Dr. Death and Other Stories." Story. In The Island of Dr Death and Other Stories and Other Stories. New York, 1980.

_____. "The Doctor of Death Island." Story. In The Island of Dr Death and Other Stories and Other Stories. New York, 1980.

_____. The Shadow of the Torturer. Novel. 1980. 1st novel of the Book of the New Sun Novel cycle.

_____. The Claw of the Conciliator. Novel. (Book of the New Sun). 1981.

_____ . The Sword of the Lictor. Novel. (Book of the New Sun). 1981.

_____. The Citadel of the Autarch. Novel. (Book of the New Sun). 1983.

_____. The Castle of the Otter. Novel. (Book of the New Sun). Willimantic (CT), 1983.

_____. The Urth of the New Sun. Novel. (Book of the New Sun). 1987.

Wollheim, Donald A.. ed. Men on the Moon. Ace Books, 1969.

_____. The Universe Makers. (SF, ch. 17, John W. Campbell). New York, 1971.

Wollstonecraft, Mary.

Wood, Eric. "The Lost Planet." Chum Annual (1921).

Wodcock, George. Dawn and the Darkest Hour: A Study of Aldous Huxley. 1972.

Woodrofe, Patrick.

Wrede, Patricia C. The Harp of Imach Thyssel. Novel.

Wright, Joseph.

Wright, S. Fowler. The World Below. Novel. 1929.

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Wu, William F. The Yellow Peril: Chinese Americans in American Fiction. Hamden (CT), 1982.

Wylie, Philip. The Smuggled Atom Bomb. SF. 1951.

Wylie, Philip, and Edwin Balmer. When Worlds Collide. SF novel. 1933.

Wyndham, John. (John Benyon Harris). "Exiles on Asperus." Story. 1933.

_____.  (John Benyon). The Secret People.  Novel. The Passing Show. (1935).

_____.  Stowaway to Mars. Novel. The Passing Show. Book form: originally Planet Plane).

_____.  The Day of the Triffids.  Novel. Collier's.  Book form, 1951.

_____. The Day of the Triffids. Novel. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. El día de los trífidos. Barcelona: Minotauro.

_____.  The Kraken Wakes (USA: Out of the Deeps). 1953.

_____.  "Consider Her Ways." Story. 1956. From Sometime, Never, by William Golding, Mervyn Peake and John Wynhdam (Hugo Award). (Women's dystopia).

_____ "Consider Her Ways." In The Science Fiction Century. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor Books, 1997. 765-804.*

_____.  Trouble with Lichen. Novel. 1960.

_____.  The Midwich Cuckoos. Novel. 1957. Filmed as Village of the Damned (1960) and Children of the Damned (1963).

_____.  The Crysalids (USA: Re-Birth). Novel. 1955.

_____. "Random Quest." Story. Filmed as Quest for Love in 1971.

_____.  (Ps: John Wyndham and Lucas Parkes). The Outward Urge.  Novel. 1959.

_____. The Chrysalids. Novel. 

_____.  Las crisálidas. Ediciones de Bolsillo.

_____. Web. 1979. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1980.*

X, Professeur. La Guerre microbienne. SF. Paris, 1923.

Yarbro, Chelsea Quinn. To the High Redoubt. Novel.

Yates, W. R. Diasporah. Novel.

Youd, Sam. See Christopher, John.

Zahn, Timothy. Cobra. Novel.

_____. Spinneret. Novel.

Zamyatin, Yevgeny. (d. Paris, 1937). We. 1920. English trans. USA 1924, Britain 1970.

Zappa, Frank. Frak Out. Album. 1966.

_____. Absolutely Free. Album. 1967.

_____. We're Only in It for the Money. Album. 1967.

Zebrowski, George. The Omega Point. Novel. 1972.

_____. Macrolife. Novel. 1980.

Zelazny, Roger. "A Rose for Ecclesiastes." Story. 1962.

_____. "The Doors of His Face, the Lamps of His Mouth." Story.

_____. "The Graveyard Heart." Story.

_____. "Love Is an Imaginary Number." Story.

_____. "This Moment of the Storm." Story.

_____. "For a Breath I Tarry." Story. Rpt. in Alpha One.  Ed. Robert Silverberg.  New York: Ballantine, 1970.

_____. "The Man Who Loved the Faioli." Story.

_____ . "The Keys to December." Story. New Worlds.

_____. "He Who Shapes." Story. 1965. Nebula Award.

_____. "He Who Shapes." In The Science Fiction Century. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor Books, 1997. 812-68.*

_____. '... And Call Me Conrad." (= This Immortal). Novel. 1965. Hugo Award.

_____. "The Doors of His Face, the Lamps of His Mouth." Novella. 1965. Nebula Award.

_____. The Dream Master. Novel. 1966.

_____. This Immortal. Novel. 1966. (Shared Hugo Award with Frank Herbert's Dune).

_____. Lord of Light. Novel. 1967.

_____. El señor de la luz. Barcelona: Minotauro.

_____. "El hombre que amó a la Faioli." In Antología de novelas de anticipación (ciencia ficción). Ed. Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carb. 1968. Trans. José Mª Aroca. Barcelona: Acervo, 1970. 247-56.*

_____. Creatures of Light and Darkness. Novel. 1969.

_____. Amber novel series. (6 vols by 1986).

_____. Nine Princes in Amber. 1970. (1st vol. of the Amber series).

_____. "Home Is the Hangman." Analog (November 1975). Hugo and Nebula Awards.

_____. Doorways in the Sand. Novel. 1976.

_____. "Las variantes del unicornio." In Los premios Hugo 1980-1982. Ed. Isaac Asimov. Barcelona: Martínez Roca, 1991. 295-318.*

_____. Eye of Cat. Novel. 1982.

_____. El hombre que no existía. Barcelona: Edhasa.

_____. A Night in the Lonesome October. Novel.  1993.

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