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Author  Story Title  Issue Date  Type  Comments
Heath  Cartoon: Virtuous Reality  1996 FEB  ct 
   Cartoon  1996 MAY  ct 
   Cartoon: NASA's Settee Program  1996 JUL  ct 
   Cartoon  1997 JAN  ct  1st pub. in F&SF 1993 JUL
   Cartoon: Another Time Travel Pair o' Ducks  1997 JAN  ct 
   Cartoon: Emoti Cons  1997 OCT/NOV  ct 
   Cartoon: Further Evidence of Water on the Moon  1999 MAY  ct 
   Cartoon: Further Evidence of Water on the Moon  1999 OCT/NOV  ct  1st pub. in F&SF 1999 MAY
Heinlein, Robert A.  Star Lummox  1954 MAY  no-1/3  (1907-1988) about an indestructible alien being, called Lummox, and the reactions by the Earthlings it meets; born in Butler, Missouri, attended Univ. of Missouri & U.S. Naval Academy(Annapolis); retired after 5 years in Navy in 1934 due to poor health
   Star Lummox  1954 JUN  no-2/3  champion swordman, a figure skater, expert in rifle & pistol; 1st story pub. sf "Lifeline" in ASF 1939 AUG; returned to Navy in 1942; Future History ser. coll. in The Man Who Sold the Moon(1949), The Green Hills of Earth(1951), & Revolt in 2100(1953)
   Star Lummox  1954 JUL  no-3/3  novels in Future History ser., Methuselah's Children(ASF 1941 JUL-SEP; rev. 1958), & Orphans of the Sky(ASF 1941 MAY, OCT as "Universe" & "Common Sense"; 1963 fixup UK); pieces most assembled in The Past Through Tomorrow(1967)
   Door Into Summer, The  1956 OCT  no-1/3  story of Daniel Boone Davis, who tries to escape the problems of 1970 by going into suspended animation until the year 2000 A.D.; pub. most non-series work under ps. Anson McDonald, Lyle Monroe, John Riverside, & Caleb Saunders
   Door Into Summer, The  1956 NOV  no-2/3  has novels Sixth Column(ASF 1941 JAN-MAR as A.M.; 1949 as R.A.H.; vt The Day After Tomorrow, 1951), Beyond This Horizon(ASF 1942 APR-MAY as A.M.; 1948 as R.A.H.); juvenile novel Red Planet: A Colonial Boy on Mars(1949)
   Door Into Summer, The  1956 DEC  no-3/3  has juvenile novels Rocket Ship Galileo(1947; movie Destination Moon, 1950), Space Cadet(1948), Farmer in the Sky(1950), Between Planets(1951), The Rolling Stones(1952), Starman Jones(1953), The Star Beast(1954), Tunnel in the Sky(1955)
   Menace From Earth, The  1957 AUG  nv  non-series work colls. Waldo and Magic, Inc.(1951), Assignment in Eternity(1953), The Menace from Earth(1959), The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag(1959), The Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein(1966); Asimov writes about Heinlein in I. Asimov(1994)
   Have Space Suit—Will Travel  1958 AUG  no-1/3  N-1959 HUG, novel; adventures of Kip Russell & Patricia "Peewee" Reisfeld in space, on Pluto, and beyond; has novels The Puppet Masters(1951; 1989; 1994 movie), Double Star(ASF 1956 FEB-APR; 1956; W-1956 HUG), juveniles Time for the Stars(1956)
   Have Space Suit—Will Travel  1958 SEP  no-2/3  has juvenile novel Citizen of the Galaxy(ASF 1957 SEP-DEC; 1957); has novel Stranger in a Strange Land(1961; W-1962 HUG; 1990), in which a human, raised on Mars & given psi powers by the Martians, returns to Earth & becomes a messiah-figure(Clute)
   Have Space Suit—Will Travel  1958 OCT  no-3/3  edited anth. Tomorrow the Stars(1951); has juvenile Podkayne of Mars: Her Life and Times(1963); novel Farnham's Freehold(1964); has colls. Lost Legacy(1960), The Past Through Tomorrow(1967), The Best of ...(1973), Expanded Universe(1980)
   "All You Zombies —"  1959 MAR  ss  N-1980 BRG, best short fiction; has novel The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress(IFS 1965-66 DEC-APR; 1966; N-1966 HUG, NEB; W-1967 HUG), which is about a revolution among Moon-colonists, with many historical parallels with the U.S. Revolutionary War(Clute)
   Starship Soldier  1959 OCT  no-1/2  interstellar war, during which a young man becomes an adult, a pacifist becomes a professional soldier(Clute); exp. version W-1960 HUG, best novel(titled Starship Troopers; rvw. F&SF 1960 FEB); made into 1997 movie, Starship Troopers, rvw. F&SF 1998 APR
   Starship Soldier  1959 NOV  no-2/2  has novels I Will Fear No Evil(1970); Lazarus Long/Future History seq. novels, Time Enough for Love, or the Lives of Lazarus Long(1973), The Number of the Beast(1980), The Cat Who Walks Through Walls(1985), & To Sail Beyond the Sunset(1987)
   Glory Road  1963 JUL  no-1/3  veteran soldier Oscar Gordon, his lady Star, his squire Rufo, & their sword and sorcery adventures facing the dangers of the Never-Born in their quest for the Egg of the Phoenix; Heinlein lives in Colorado Springs; Heinlein W-1974 NEB, Grandmaster Award
   Glory Road  1963 AUG  no-2/3  has novels Friday(1982), & Job: A Comedy of Justice(1984); see info on Heinlein in Knight: In Search of Wonder(1956; rev. 1967), Moskowitz: Seekers of Tomorrow(1966), Panshin: Heinlein in Dimension(1968), Pohl(ed): The SFWA Grand Masters Vol. 1(1999)
   Glory Road  1963 SEP  no-3/3  an expanded version to be pub. in the fall(1963); book on Heinlein by Norma Bailey Downing: "A Robert A. Heinlein Cyclopedia: A Guide to the Persons, Places, and Things in the Fiction of America's Most Popular Science Fiction Author"(1992)
   "All You Zombies —"  1979 OCT  ss  N-1980 BRG, shfi; 1st pub. in F&SF 1959 MAR; has nf coll. Grumbles from the Grave(1989, edited by his wife Virginia); coll. The Fantasies of Robert A. Heinlein(1999); obit in LOC 1988 JUN(#329); Philip Owenby: Heinlein: The Man Who Sold Us the Moon(2001)
Henderson, Zenna  Come On, Wagon!  1951 DEC  ss  (1917-1983) her 1st pub. story; born in Tucson, AZ, teaches 1st grade in Phoenix; during WWII taught Japanese-Americans at a Relocation camp at Rivers, AZ, & taught in 1955 at an U.S.A.F. base north of Paris, France, & at a TB sanitorium in Connecticut
   Ararat  1952 OCT  nv  1st story The People series, chronologically story #6; this series recounts over a long timespan the arduous experiences of a group of aliens with psi powers who have been shipwrecked on Earth & try to survive as well as possible(Clute)
   Loo Ree  1953 FEB  ss 
   Food to All Flesh  1953 DEC  ss 
   Gilead  1954 AUG  nv  2nd story The People series, chrono. story #7; the chronological order of the stories in this series is listed in her coll. Ingathering: The Complete People Stories of Zenna Henderson(1995)
   Walking Aunt Daid  1955 JUL  ss  Henderson: "Most of my stories are mostly fantasy, adult wishful thinking"(LOC 1983 JUL, #270)
   Pottage  1955 SEP  nv  3rd story The People series, chrono. story #9; according to Henderson, the People's psychic powers belong to what she called "the miraculous in daily life ... all wonderful, slow miracles of life, growth & being"(LOC 1983 JUL, #270)
   Anything Box  1956 OCT  ss 
   Wilderness  1957 JAN  nv  4th story The People series, chrono. story #8
   Turn the Page  1957 MAY  ss 
   Last Step, The  1958 FEB  ss 
   Captivity  1958 JUN  na  N-1959 HUG, novelette; 5th story The People series, chrono. story #10
   Jordan  1959 MAR  nv  6th story The People series, chrono. story #11; has fixup novel of this series, Pilgrimage: The Book of the People(1961); TV movie The People based on this book aired JAN 22, 1972, starring Kim Darby as Melodye Amerson & William Shatner as Dr. Curtis
   And a Little Child   1959 OCT  ss 
   Things  1960 JUL  ss 
   Return  1961 MAR  nv  7th story The People series, chrono. story #13; on this story & coll. Pilgrimage - "The book ends with the departure from Earth of many of the People for a new Home. This story goes on with the story, telling of the first return to Earth ..."
   Shadow on the Moon  1962 MAR  nv  8th story The People series, chrono. story # 14
   Subcommittee  1962 JUL  nv 
   Introduction to Zenna Henderson's "Deluge"  1963 OCT  in  this story in "The People series was written to tell ... what happened to the Home ... where the story of The People began," "the names of the stories, and the quotations ... in them, follow closely the wandering of the Children of Israel from the Flood"
   Deluge  1963 OCT  nv  9th story The People series, chrono. story #1
   No Different Flesh  1965 MAY  nv  10th story The People series, chrono. story #16
   Angels Unawares  1966 MAR  nv  11th story The People series, chrono. story #2
   Troubling of the Water  1966 SEP  nv  12th story The People series, chrono. story #3; series coll. in The People: No Different Flesh(1966)
   Indelible Kind, The  1968 DEC  nv  13th story The People series, chrono. story #15
   J-Line to Nowhere  1969 SEP  ss  has colls. The Anything Box(1965), & Holding Wonder(1971)

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