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Robert A. Heinlein's Writings

FICTION

"Life-Line," Astounding Science Fiction, August 1939. Reprinted in The Man Who Sold The Moon, Baen Books.

"Misfit," Astounding Science Fiction, November 1939. Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

"Requiem," Astounding Science Fiction, January 1940. Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

"If This Goes On-," Astounding Science Fiction, February, March 1940. Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

" 'Let There Be Light,' " Super Science Stories, May, 1940 (under pseudonym Lyle Monroe). Reprinted in The Man Who Sold The Moon, Baen Books.

"The Roads Must Roll," Astounding Science Fiction, June 1940. Reprinted in The Man Who Sold The Moon, Baen Books.

"Coventry," Astounding Science Fiction, July 1940. Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

"Blowups Happen," Astounding Science Fiction, September 1940. Reprinted in The Man Who Sold The Moon, Baen Books.

"The Devil Makes the Law," Unknown, September 1940, (under pseudonym Anson MacDonald). Reprinted as "Magic, Inc.," in Waldo And Magic Inc., Del Rey Books.

"Sixth Column," Astounding Science Fiction, January, February, March 1941 (under pseudonym Anson MacDonald). Reprinted by Baen Books.

" '-And He Built a Crooked House-,' " Astounding Science Fiction, February 1941.

"Logic of Empire," Astounding Science Fiction, March 1941. Reprinted in The Green Hills of Earth, Baen Books.

"Beyond Doubt," Astonishing Stories, April 1941 (under pseudonym Lyle Monroe and Elma Wentz).

"They," Unknown, April 1941.

"Universe," Astounding Science Fiction, May 1941. Reprinted in Orphans Of The Sky, Ace Books.

"Solution Unsatisfactory," Astounding Science Fiction, May 1941 (under pseudonym Anson MacDonald). Reprinted in Expanded Universe, Ace Books.

" '-We Also Walk Dogs,' " Astounding Science Fiction, July 1941 (under pseudonym Anson MacDonald). Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

Methuselah's Children, Astounding Science Fiction, July, August, September, 1941.

"Elsewhere" ("Elsewhen"), Astounding Science Fiction, September 1941 (under pseudonym Caleb Saunders). Reprinted in Assignment In Eternity, Baen Books.

"By His Bootstraps," Astounding Science Fiction, October 1941 (under pseudonym Anson MacDonald). Reprinted in The Menace From Earth, Baen Books.

"Commonsense," Astounding Science Fiction, October 1941. Reprinted in Orphans Of The Sky, Ace Books.

"Lost Legion" ("Lost Legacy"), Super Science Stories, November 1941 (under pseudonym Lyle Monroe). Reprinted in Assignment In Eternity, Baen Books.

" 'My Object All Sublime,' " Future, February 1942.

"Goldfish Bowl," Astounding Science Fiction, March 1942 (under pseudonym Anson MacDonald). Reprinted in The Menace From Earth, Baen Books.

"Pied Piper," Astonishing Stories, March 1942 (under pseudonym Lyle Monroe).

Beyond This Horizon, Astounding Science Fiction, April, May 1942 (under pseudonym Anson MacDonald). Reprinted by New American Library. "Waldo," Astounding Science Fiction, August 1942 (under pseudonym Anson MacDonald). Reprinted in Waldo And Magic Inc., Del Rey Books.

"The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag," Unknown Worlds, October 1942 (under pseudonym John Riverside).

"The Green Hills of Earth," Saturday Evening Post, February 8, 1947. Reprinted in The Green Hills Of Earth, Baen Books..

"Space Jockey," Saturday Evening Post, April 26, 1947. Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

"Columbus Was a Dope," Startling Stories, May 1947 (under pseudonym Lyle Monroe). Reprinted in The Menace From Earth, Baen Books. "They Do It With Mirrors," Popular Detective, May 1947 (under pseudonym Simon York). Reprinted in Expanded Universe, Ace Books.

" 'It's Great To Be Back!' " Saturday Evening Post, July 26, 1947. Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

"Jerry Is a Man," (`Jerry Was a Man"), Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1947. Reprinted in Assignment In Eternity, Baen Books.

"Water Is for Washing," Argosy, November 1947. Reprinted in The Menace From Earth, Baen Books.

Rocket Ship Galileo, Scribner's, 1947. Reprinted by. Del Rey Books.

"The Black Pits of Luna," Saturday Evening Post, January 10, 1948. Reprinted in The Green Hills Of Earth, Baen Books.

"Gentlemen, Be. Seated!" Argosy, May 1948. Reprinted in The Green Hills Of Earth, Baen Books.

"Ordeal in Space," Town and Country, May 1948. Reprinted in The Green Hills of Earth, Baen Books.

Beyond This Horizon (revised version), Fantasy Press, 1948. Reprinted by New American Library.

Space Cadet, Scribner's, 1948. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

"Our Fair City," Weird Tales, January 1949.

"Nothing Ever Happens on the Moon," Boy's Life, April, May 1949. Reprinted in Expanded Universe, Ace Books.

"Poor Daddy," Calling All Girls, 1949.

"Gulf," Astounding Science Fiction, November, December 1949. Reprinted in Assignment In Eternity, Baen Books.

"Delilah and the Space Rigger," Blue Book, December 1949. Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

"The Long Watch," American Legion Magazine, December 1949. Reprinted in The Green Hills Of Earth, Baen Books.

Red Planet, Scribner's, 1949. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

"Cliff and the Calories," Senior Prom, August 1950.

Farmer In The Sky, first serialized as Satellite Scout in Boy's Life, August, September, October, November 1950. Scribner's, 1950. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

"The Man Who Sold the Moon," (not serialized), in The Man Who Sold the Moon, Shasta, 1950. Reprinted by Baen Books.

"Destination Moon," Short Stories Magazine, September 1950.

Between Planets, serialized as Planets in Combat in Blue Book, September, October 1951. Scribner's, 1951. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

The Puppet Masters, serialized in Galaxy Science Fiction, September, October, November 1951. Doubleday, 1951. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

"The Year of the Jackpot," Galaxy Science Fiction, March 1952. Reprinted in The Menace From Earth, Baen Books.

The Rolling Stones, serialized as Tramp Space Ship in Boy's Life, September, October, November, December 1952. Scribner's, 1952. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

"Project Nightmare," Amazing Stories, April 1953. Reprinted in The Menace From Earth, Baen Books.

"Skylift," Imagination, November 1953. Reprinted in The Menace From Earth, Baen Books.

Starman Jones, Scribner's, 1953. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

The Star Beast, serialized as The Star Lummox in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, May, June, July 1954. Scribner's, 1954. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

Tunnel In The Sky, Scribner's, 1955. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

Double Star, serialized in Astounding Science Fiction, February, March, April 1956. Doubleday, 1956. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

Time For The Stars, Scribner's, 1956. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

The Door Into Summer, serialized in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, October, November, December 1956. Doubleday, 1957. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

"The Menace From Earth," Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, August 1957. Reprinted in The Menace From Earth, Baen Books.

Citizen Of The Galaxy, serialized in Astounding Science Fiction, September, October, November, December 1957. Scribner's, 1957. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

"The Elephant Circuit" ("The Man Who Traveled in Elephants"), Saturn, October 1957.

"Tenderfoot in Space," Boy's Life, May, June, July 1958.

Have Space Suit-Will Travel, serialized in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, August, September, October 1958. Scribner's, 1958. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

"All You Zombies-," Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, March 1959.

Methuselah's Children (revised version), Gnome Press, 1958. Reprinted by Baen Books.

Starship Troopers, serialized as Starship Soldier in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, October, November 1959. Putnam, 1959. Reprinted by Baen Books.

Stranger In A Strange Land, Putnam, 1961. Hardcover available, also reprint, Ace Books.

"Searchlight," Scientific American, August 1962; Fortune, September 1962. Reprinted in The Past Through Tomorrow, Ace Books.

Podkayne Of Mars, serialized in Worlds of If, November 1962, January, March 1963. Putnam, 1963.

Glory Road, serialized in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, July, August, September 1963. Putnam 1963. Reprinted by Ace Books.

Farnham's Freehold, serialized in If, July, August, October 1964. Putnam, 1964. Reprinted by Ace Books.

The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress, serialized in If, December 1965, January, February, March, April 1966, Putnam, 1966. Reprinted by Ace Books.

"Free Men," in The Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein, Ace Books, 1966. Reprinted in Expanded Universe, Ace Books.

I Will Fear No Evil, serialized in Galaxy, July, August, October, December 1970. Putnam, 1970. Reprinted by Ace Books.

Time Enough For Love, Putnam 1973. Reprinted by Ace Books.

"No Bands Playing," Vertex: The Magazine of Science Fiction, December 1973. Reprinted in Expanded Universe, Ace Books.

The Notebooks Of Lazarus Long, Putnam, 1978. (Taken from two chapters of Time Enough For Love).

The Number Of The Beast, Fawcett Columbine, 1980. Reprinted by Ace Books.

Expanded Universe, Ace Books, 1980. Reprinted by Ace Books.

"A Bathroom of Her Own," Expanded Universe, 1980. Reprinted by Ace Books.

"On the Slopes of Vesuvius," Expanded Universe, 1980. Reprinted by Ace Books.

Friday, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1982. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

Job: A Comedy Of Justice, Del Rey Books, 1984. Reprinted by Del Rey Books.

The Cat Who Walks Through Walls, Putnam, 1985. Reprinted by Ace Books.

To Sail Beyond The Sunset, Putnam, 1987. Reprinted by Ace Books.

For Us, the Living: A Comedy of Manners, Scribner's, 2003

MISCELLANEOUS

Tomorrow, The Stars, Doubleday, 1952. This is an anthology, which was put together by someone else, and Robert wrote the preface for it.

Destination Moon, Gregg Press, 1979, edited by David G. Hartwell. The title page says it is by Robert A. Heinlein, with a new introduction by David G. Hartwell. This book contains a novelette titled "Destination Moon," and an article called "Shooting Destination Moon," which originally appeared in Astounding Science Fiction, July 1950. It also contains a number of still pictures from DM, and photocopies of many newspaper and magazine clippings.

NONFICTION

"Discovery of the Future," Guest of Honor speech at Denver, Colorado, 1941 World Science Fiction Convention. Printed in Vertex, issue #1.

"Man in the Moon" ("Back of the Moon"), Elks Magazine, 1947.

"Flight Into the Future," Collier's, August 30, 1947.

"On the Writing of Science Fiction," published in Of Worlds Beyond, Fantasy Press, 1947.

"Baedecker of the Solar System," The Saturday Review of Literature, December 24, 1949.

Review of Bonestell and Ley's book, Conquest of Space.

"Where To?" article, Galaxy, February 1952.

"Shooting Destination Moon," Astounding Science Fiction, July 1950.

Article about writing, Writer's Digest, March, 1950.

"This I Believe," radio article written for Edward R. Murrow series of the same title. [Broadcast December 1, 19521

"Ray Guns and Rocket Ships," published by the Bulletin of the School Library Association of California, 1952.

"The Third Millennium Opens," Amazing Stories, April 1956.

"Science Fiction: Its Nature, Faults and Virtues," Advent Publishers, 1959.

"Who Are the Heirs of Patrick Henry?," published April 12, 1958, Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph. Also in Expanded Universe.

" 'Pravda' Means `Truth'," American Mercury, October 1960.

"Inside Intourist," published in Expanded Universe.

"Appointment in Space," Popular Mechanics, 1963.

"The Happy Road to Science Fiction,"
McClurg's Book News, 1964.

"Science Fiction: The World of `What If?' ", World Book, 1964.

Foreword for Beyond Jupiter, by Chesley Bonestell and Arthur C. Clarke, Viking Press, 1972.

Forrestal Lecture, 1973, published in Analog, January 1974.

"A United States Citizen Thinks About Canada," Canada and the World, April 1975.

"Dirac, Antimatter and You," Compton Yearbook, 1975.

"Are You a Rare Blood?" Compton Yearbook, 1976.

Testimony before joint session, House Committee on Aging and House Committee on Science and Technology, August 19, 1979, published in Expanded Universe, 1980, as "Spinoff."

"Larger Than Life," written for MosCon I, published in Expanded Universe, 1980.

Preface for Ted Sturgeon novel, Godbody, Donald I. Fine, 1985.

 

 

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