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Author  Story Title  Issue Date  Type  Comments
Harrison, Harry  Wife to the Lord  1970 JUN  ss  this story to be in his coll. One Step from Earth(1970); also in F&SF with co-author Barry N. Malzberg; has novels Tunnel Through the Deeps(1972; N-1973 LOC), Lifeboat(1976 w. Gordon R. Dickson; N-1976 LOC); edited nf Hell's Cartographers(1975 w. Aldiss)
   Critics Critic, The  1972 AUG  lttr  according to Harrison, there were many errors in Alexei & Cory Panshin's book review, in F&SF 1972 MAR, of anthologies edited by Harrison(Best SF: 1970, w. Brian W. Aldiss, & SF: Author's Choice 3)
   Strangers  1972 OCT  ss  has To the Stars seq. Homeworld(1980), Wheelworld(1981), Starworld(1981): To the Stars(1981 omni); Eden ser. West of Eden(1984; N-1985 LOC), Winter in Eden(1986), Return to Eden(1988), alternate history, dinosaurs survived to become biotechnologists
   Speed of the Cheetah, Roar of the Lion  1975 MAR  vi  has interviews in IFS 1969 FEB, Vertex 1975 JUN, SFM v.2 #11 1975, INZ 1993 JUN, Albedo One #11 1996; also profile in ASI 1982 AUG; interviews in Charles Platt: Dream Makers(1987), Stan Nicholls: Wordsmiths of Wonder(1993)
   View from the Top of the Tower, The  1986 MAY  ss  has more novels than can be listed here, but incl. last Bill, the Galactic Hero novel, The Final Incoherent Adventure(1992, w. David Harris); A Rebel in Time(1989), Stonehenge: Where Atlantis Died(1992, w. Leon E. Stover), Stars and Stripes Forever(1998)
Harrison, Harry & Barry N. Malzberg  Whatever-I-Type-Is-True Machine, The  1974 NOV  ss  (1925- ; 1939- ) Harry Harrison has autobiographical piece "The Beginning of the Affair" in Brian W. Aldiss & Harry Harrison(ed): Hell's Cartographers: Some Personal Histories of Science Fiction Writers(1975)
Harrison, M. John  London Melancholy  1969 MAY  ss  (1945- ) 1st pub. story in the U.S.; Michael John Harrison, U.K. writer & rock climber from London; book editor for NWS; 1st story pub. sf "Baa Baa Blocksheep" in NWS 1968 NOV; has 1st novel The Committed Men(1971), coll. The Machine in Shaft Ten(1975)
   Centauri Device, The  1974 JAN  nv  1st & only story in F&SF in Capt. John Truck ser., was developed into novel The Centauri Device(1974); has Viriconium seq. novels The Pastel City(1971), A Storm of Wings(1980; N-1981 BFA), In Viriconium(1982; N-1983 BFA), coll. Viriconium Nights(1984)
   Suicide Coast  1999 JUL  ss  N-2000 LOC, ss; has coll. The Ice Monkey(1983); novels The Floating Gods(1983), Climbers(1989), The Luck in the Head(1991), The Course of the Heart(1992), Signs of Life(1997; N-1997 TIP; 1998 BSF, STO); The Wild Road(1997) w. Jane Johnson as Gabriel King
Harrison, Michael  At the Heart of It  1968 JUN  ss  (1907-1991) 1st pub. in London Mystery #19, in 1953; ps. for Maurice Desmond Rohan, Irish writer of detective fiction; has over 50 books, incl. novels, histories, & biographies, & on Sherlock Holmes; has film novelization The Bride of Frankenstein(1936)
   Some Very Odd Happenings at Kibblesham Manor House  1969 APR  ss  works at an ad agency in London; has coll. Transit of Venus(1936); has 1st sf novel Higher Things(1945); has novels The Darkened Room: An Arabesque (1951), in which a cat is kept artificially alive to further a blackmail scheme (Clute), & The Brain(1953)
   Pull Devil, Pull Baker!  1969 JUN  ss  has colls. The Exploits of the Chevalier Dupin(1968), & Murder in the Rue Royale(1972), which tell of the further adventures of Edgar Allan Poe's detective Auguste Dupin(the 1st story of which was "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," in 1841)
Hart, C.W. Jr  "Pseudo-Science" and The Reader's Guide  1957 MAR  ar  The Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature; Hart is the medical editor for a pharmaceutical firm
Hart, James S.  Traitor, The  1950 FLL  ss 
   House in Arbor Lane, The  1951 DEC  nv 
Hartlep, Eric C.  Seven Beds, The  1995 AUG  ss  an sf tale that borders on horror; graduated from the Univ. of Washington's Writing Program in 1990; his 1st story pub. was in Sports Afield
Hartley, L.P.  W.S.  1952 AUG  ss  (1895-1972) 1st pub. in World Review 1952 JAN; Leslie Poles Hartley; U.K. novelist, short story writer; has ghost story colls., incl. Night Fears(1924), The Killing Bottle(1932), The Complete Short Stories of ...(1973), sf novel Facial Justice(1960)
Hartmann, Gregor  Six of Swords  1985 NOV  ss  has pub. stories in GAL, ABO, & in Robert Silverberg's anth. New Dimensions, & Universe; has satire How to Prepare for the S.P.L.A.T.(1983), about the S.A.T. & A.C.T.
   Henry in the Trees  1991 AUG  ss  "art of the feud in modern-day Japan"
Hauser  Cartoon  1989 FEB  ct  working name for Frank Hauser
   Cartoon  1989 OCT  ct 
   Cartoon  1991 JUN  ct 
   Cartoon  1991 SEP  ct 
   Cartoon  1991 OCT/NOV  ct 
   Cartoon  1992 JAN  ct 
   Cartoon: Wilson T. Smedling—A Tragic Footnote in the Early Design of Laptop Computers  1992 MAR  ct 
   Cartoon  1994 MAR  ct 
Haynes, Dorothy K.  Story at Bedtime, A  1951 JUN  ss  (1918-1987) 1st pub. in London in her coll. Thou Shalt Not Suffer a Witch(1949); ps. for Dorothy Kate Gray
Heard, Gerald  Marble Ear, The  1952 DEC  ss  (1889-1971) ps. for H.F. or Henry FitzGerald Heard; also in F&SF as H.F. Heard; has colls. The Great Fog(1944), The Lost Cavern(1948); novels Murder by Reflection(1942), Doppelgangers(1947), The Black Fox(1950 UK), Gabriel and the Creatures(1952)
Heard, H.F.  Collector, The  1951 AUG  nv  (1889-1971) Henry FitzGerald Heard, U.K. author & journalist; also in F&SF as Gerald Heard; has Mr. Mycroft detective/horror novel series, A Taste for Honey(1941; vt A Taste for Murder, 1955), Reply Paid(1942), The Notched Hairpin(1949)
Heath  Cartoon: Asteroid Minor  1989 OCT  ct  (1960- ) working name for Mark Heath; his cartoons have been pub. in Reader's Digest, First for Women, American Scientist, & other mags.; has as yet unpub. book, Writing Cartoons, which can be seen at his website, www.markheath.com
   Cartoon  1990 MAY  ct  Heath sold his 1st cartoon in the early eighties to Wildbird Magazine; he sold his 2nd cartoon several years later to Writer's Digest; "Since then my pace has improved"; has sold cartoons to other sf/f mags., ASI, TWZ, AMZ, Omni, & Strange Horizons
   Cartoon  1990 OCT  ct  Heath has sold two sf short stories, in PrW #11 1996 & in online sf mag. Strange Horizons on 10/16/00; "my talent seems strongest when I'm writing captions (or editors are more willing to forgive my work when it doesn't exceed a few sentences)."
   Cartoon: United Paradox Service  1991 JAN  ct  has comic strip Spot the Frog, 24 in the ser. as of 2002 OCT, which can be seen, as well as w. some of his cartoons, at his website www.markheath.com; he has been trying to sell this comic strip to the syndicates; so far it can only be seen at his website
   Cartoon: Exact Change—All Other  1991 FEB  ct  Heath writes, "I've worked in restaurants, clothing & book stores, motels, & years in a cabinet factory ... all led to my becoming a cartoonist. Few things are more inspirational ... than working in a cold factory in winter, or suffering a tie in summer"
   Cartoon: In Case of Emergency Break Glass  1991 DEC  ct  Heath writes, "Appearing in F&SF, where my pen lines bump up against bylines I admire, was (and continues to be) a great pleasure."
   Cartoon: Not for the First Time, Mort Wonders If He's in the Right Line  1992 APR  ct 
   Cartoon: E=MC2 Dance  1992 JUN  ct 
   Cartoon: Martin Nabs a Leperchaun  1992 DEC  ct 
   Cartoon  1993 JUL  ct  cartoon is reprinted in F&SF 1997 JAN
   Cartoon: For Sale, Virtual Reality  1993 AUG  ct 
   Cartoon: Big Band Theory, The  1993 OCT/NOV  ct 
   Cartoon  1994 FEB  ct 
   Cartoon: Princess and the Pea-Brain, The  1994 MAY  ct 
   Cartoon: Nanotechnology  1994 OCT/NOV  ct 
   Cartoon: Call-From-the-Future Waiting  1994 OCT/NOV  ct 
   Cartoon: Mona Lisa—Letter Box Edition  1995 JAN  ct 
   Cartoon  1995 FEB  ct 
   Cartoon: Unlike Most Telepaths ... Burt Had the Ability to Read His Own Mind  1995 FEB  ct 
   Cartoon: Database Ball  1995 JUL  ct 

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