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Apartheid, Superstrings, and Mordecai Thubana [chapbook (novella)]
The City Quiet as Death [ebook (story)]
Dislocazione [chapbook (novelette)]
Families Are Murder [omnibus (two novels)]
La Fiancée du Singe [chapbook (novelette)]
Lithopedion [chapbook (novelette)]
Med lidt hjælp fra vennerne [chapbook (story collection)]
The Quickening [chapbook (novelette)]
A Reverie for Mister Ray [nonfiction collection]
Time Pieces [poetry collection]
To A Chimp Held Captive for Purposes of Research [broadsheet (poem)]
Windows and Mirrors [chapbook (poetry collection)]
Within the Walls of Tyre [chapbook (screenplay)]

Audio Recordings
Braille Publications


Windows & Mirrors
Poetry Collection
Windows & Mirrors Tuscaloosa AL: The Moravian Press
[no ISBN] ($10.00),
Aug 1977; 32 pp.
[softbound chapbook; limited to 150 copies of which there were 100 numbered copies, 45 roman-numeraled copies and 5 lettered copies]
Contents

Foreword

Windows
  • Silence for the Lady's Anger
  • White Power Poem
  • Pulses from a Rented House
  • Quilting in Winter
  • Between Classes
  • Planetarium
  • A Poem for My Daughter
  • Mirrors
  • Astyage's Dream, Which He Relates to the Magi
  • Beads: The Eloquent Lover's Metaphysical Conceit
  • Dissertation o n the Burial Customs of the Lilliputians
  • I Am a Slot Machine in the Shrine of Bosch
  • Postcards to Athena
  • Definition

  • La Fiancée du Singe
    Novelette
    The Monkey's Bride [French chapbook] Dunkerque FRANCE: Arachne
    [No ISBN] (No published price)
    Sep 1985; 62 pp.
    [softbound chapbook; illustrated by Patrick Marcel]

    [French translation by Jean-Daniel Brèque of The Monkey's Bride]


    To A Chimp Held Captive for Purposes of Research
    Poem
    To A Chimp Held Captive for Purposes of Research / J. K. Potter Willimantic CT: Mark Ziesing, 1986
    [broadsheet; illustrated by J. K. Potter]
    • [100 copy signed edition] ($20.00)
    • [500 copy trade edition] ($10.00)


    Within the Walls of Tyre
    Screenplay
    Within the Walls of Tyre, First Edition Cloth

    Within the Walls of Tyre, First Edition Paper
    Worcester Park UK: Kerosina Books
    Jun 1989; 47 pp.
    • [clothbound hardcover, no dust jacket; limited to 300 numbered copies, boxed with the Collectors' edition of A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire]
      [ISBN 0-948893-40-0]
    • [trade paperback; limited to 350 unnumbered copies]
      [ISBN 0-948893-41-9] (£4.50)

    [Based upon the novelette of the same name, originally published in 1978]


    Apartheid, Superstrings, and Mordecai Thubana
    Novella
    Apartheid, Superstrings, and Mordecai Thubana, 1st Edition Leather

    Apartheid, Superstrings, and Mordecai Thubana, 1st Edition Cloth / Donna Gordon
    Eugene OR: Pulphouse Publishing
    [Axolotl Press #10] [no ISBN]
    Jul 1989; 95 pp.
    [introduction by Lewis Shiner; cover: Donna Gordon]
    • [Contributors edition, limited to 10 copies; bound in red leather]
    • [leatherbound hardcover; limited to 100 copies; numbered and signed by the author and the introducer] ($65.00)
    • [clothbound hardcover; limited to 300 copies; numbered and signed by the author and the introducer] ($35.00)
    • [trade paperback; limited to 500 copies; signed by the author and the introducer] ($10.00)

    [for reprints see Short Fiction listing]


    The Quickening
    Novelette
    The Quickening, 1st Edition Eugene OR: Pulphouse Publishing
    [Short Story Paperback #12]
    [ISBN 1-56146-512-7] [softbound chapbook] ($1.95)
    May 1991; 45 pp
    [cover: George Barr]

    [Originally published in 1981; for other reprints see Short Fiction listing]


    Time Pieces
    Poetry Collection
    Time Pieces, First Edition / Jamie Bishop Cambridge MA: Edgewood Press
    [ISBN 0-9629066-7-0] [trade pb] ($12.00),
    Dec 1998; 90 pp.
    [cover: Jamie Bishop]
    Contents

    Stories 

  • In the Lilliputian Asylum
  • I, Cartographer
  • To a Chimp Held Captive for Purposes of
    Research
  • Meditations / Speculations

  • Among the Hominids at Olduvai
  • Astyage's Dream, Which He Relates to the
    Magi
  • Postcards to Athena
  • Vultures
  • Palomas, Palabras
  • Virtually Unknown Until 1983
  • Independence Day Forever
  • ITH-CORO
  • An Astronomer Names the Seasons, No. 1
  • An Astronomer Names the Seasons, No. 2
  • [G]astronomical Song for Sentience
  • Braids of Glass
  • Dead Poet Parable
  • Secrets of the Alien Reliquary
  • The Personals 

  • Outrunning My Father
  • Saved
  • Catechism
  • The Hunchback of Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Silence for the Lady's Anger
  • White Power Poem
  • Coming Home
  • Pulses from a Rented House
  • Planetarium
  • Between Classes
  • Quilting in Winter
  • A Prayer for My Daughter
  • My Berrocal
  • The Hornet
  • Grief
  • A Meeting
  • Regarding Snow
  • If Wishes Were Horses, Some of Them Would Buck
  • Extinction
  • Imitations

  • An Echo Through the Timepiece
  • Three for William Carlos Williams
  • After the Japanese
  • "O Never Tell Me I May Not Love You"
  • I Am a Slot Machine in the Shrine of Bosch
  • For the Lady of a Physicist

  • Med lidt hjælp fra vennerne
    Story Collection
    Copenhagen: Science Fiction Cirklen
    [ISBN 87-90592-05-0] [softbound chapbook] (kr. 98)
    Nov 2001; 112 pp
    [cover: Carl-Eddy Skovgaard inspired by Ron Walotsky]

    [Danish translations by Niels Dalgaard]
    Contents


    Families Are Murder:
    The Will Keats Mysteries
    Novel Omnibus
    (written with Paul Di Filippo)
    Holicong PA: PointBlank Press
    [ISBN 1-930997-93-0] [trade paperback] ($21.95),
    Jan 2005; 352 pp
    [cover: oiva design group]

    Note: published as by "Philip Lawson"
    Contents


    A Reverie for Mister Ray
    Reflections on Life, Death, and Speculative Fiction
    Nonfiction Collection
    A Reverie for Mister Ray, First Edition / Jamie Bishop
    Edited by Michael H. Hutchins

    Hornsea UK: PS Publishing, May 2005
    [introduction by Jeff VanderMeer; cover: Jamie Bishop]
    • [slipcased hardcover; limited to 200 numbered copies; signed by the author, editor and introducer]
      [ISBN 1902880889] (£60 / $90)
    • [trade hardcover; limited to 500 numbered copies; signed by the author]
      [ISBN 1902880870] (£35 / $50)
    Contents

    Upfront

  • A Reverie for Mister Mike: An Introduction by Jeff VanderMeer
  • Alien Graffiti: Author’s Apologia by Michael Bishop
  • On the Road: Editor’s Preface by Michael H. Hutchins
  • Drawing from the Wells

  • A Reverie for Mister Ray [1981]
  • A Classic Affair [1990]
  • "An Art Is Something You Have to Learn” [1999]
  • Little, Big, Witless, Wise: Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift [2004]
  • Flannery and Me [2001]
  • More Than a Masterpiece? More Than Human by Theodore Sturgeon [1989]
  • A Classic’s Endearing Quirks: The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin [1977]
  • State of the Art

  • Evangels of Hope [1978]
  • Believers and Heretics: An Episcopal Bull [1980]
  • The Knack and How to Get It, See? [1978]
  • The Contributors to Plenum Four [1975]
  • Light Years and Dark: Science Fiction Since 1960 [1984]
  • Children Who Survive: An Autobiographical Meditation on Horror Fiction [1989]
  • 104 Really Cool Works of Twentieth-Century Fiction in English [2000]
  • On Reviewing

  • Oh, to Be a Blurber! [1980]
  • On Reviewing and Being Reviewed [1977]
  • Critics’ Night at the Sci-Fi Bistro [1979]
  • Pitching Pennies Against the Starboard Bulkhead

  • The Fifth Head of Cerberus by Gene Wolfe [1976]
  • Timescape by Gregory Benford [1980]
  • Wild Seed by Octavia Butler [1981]
  • Myths of the Near Future by J. G. Ballard [1984]
  • Two by John Crowley: Little, Big [1983] and Antiquities [1994]
  • Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card [1987]
  • The Toynbee Convector by Ray Bradbury [1988]
  • Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars Trilogy [1993/94/96]
  • Nightfishing in Great Sky River by David Lunde [2000]
  • The Wooden Sea by Jonathan Carroll [2001]
  • He Do the Time Police in Different Voices by David Langford [2004]
  • The Untethered Spacewalk by NASA [1984]
  • Going Deeper

  • In Pursuit of Ubik: A Novel by Philip K. Dick [1979]
  • Gene Wolfe as Hero: The Shadow of the Torturer [1980]
  • Only in America: On Wings of Song by Thomas M. Disch [1981]
  • James Morrow and Towing Jehovah [1994]
  • James Morrow’s Antidote X: Speculative Satire and The Eternal Footman [2000]
  • The Education of Brian W. Aldiss: The Twinkling of an Eye, or, My Life as an Englishman [1999]
  • “Sitting in the Sun in the Waist-High Grass”: “The Last Day in July” by Gardner Dozois [2001]
  • In Praise of Hollyhocks: “The Aliens Who Knew, I Mean, Everything” by George Alec Effinger [2004]
  • Fellow Travelers

  • A Speculation of SF Writers: Gardner Dozois / Suzette Haden Elgin / Steven Utley / Ian Watson [1980]
  • All That Glitters is Not Golding . . . Or Bishop Either [1984/85]
  • James Tiptree, Jr. is Raccoona Sheldon is Alice B. Sheldon is Alli is… [1985/92]
  • Saluting Pamela Sargent [1987]
  • The Once and Future Andy Duncan [2000]
  • Voice and Virtue: Celebrating Jack McDevitt [2003]
  • Rolling the Bones

  • Ink and Inspiration Among the Soft Sciences [1981]
  • Lucy in the Mud With Footprints: Lucy: The Beginnings of Humankind by Donald C. Johanson and Maitland A. Edey [1981]
  • The Boy in the Bush: Lightning Bird by Lyall Watson [1982]
  • Mysteries of the Rift Valley: One Life by Richard E. Leakey and Disclosing the Past by Mary Leakey [1984]
  • The Fate of the Primate: The Deluge and the Ark: A Journey Into Primate Worlds by Dale Peterson [1989]
  • Prospectus for a Novel of Human Prehistory, or The Origins of No Enemy But Time [1982]
  • Edge Running

  • Primates in Love: The Female of the Species by Lionel Shriver [1987]
  • Geniuses in One Another’s Pockets: Neighboring Lives by Thomas M. Disch and Charles Naylor [1981]
  • Two by J. G. Ballard: Empire of the Sun and The Day of Creation [1984/1988]
  • Two by Philip K. Dick: In Milton Lumky Territory and The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike [1985]
  • A Jeremiad, Three Reviews and a Postscript: Death is a Lonely Business by Ray Bradbury / Galapagos by Kurt Vonnegut / Contact by Carl Sagan [1985]
  • Inconvenient Invitations: Mister Touch by Malcolm Bosse / Brazzaville Beach by William Boyd [1991]
  • Watching the Elephant Vanish: The Elephant Vanishes by Haruki Murakami [1994]
  • A Near-Future Southern, An Off-Trail Western: Land O’ Goshen by Charles McNair and Redeye by Clyde Edgerton [1995]
  • A Larger Sky: The Norton Book of Ghost Stories edited by Brad Leithauser / Seaward by Brad Leithauser [1995]
  • An American Wordsmith in Atlantis: Atlantis: Three Tales by Samuel R. Delany [1996]
  • Touring the Republic of Pain: Ingenious Pain by Andrew Miller [1998]
  • Encounter of a Wee Kind [1978]
  • Open Heart

  • Military Brat: A Memoir [1997]
  • First Novel, Seventh Novel: A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire [1988]
  • My Private Civil War: Preface to Confederacy of the Dead [1993]
  • Three Tributes: Paul Di Filippo / David Hartwell / Howard Waldrop [2001-2003]
  • Cleansing the Eye of the Heart: A Dream of the Tattered Man by Randolph Loney [2001]
  • Ghost of a Chance: My Father’s Ghost by Suzy McKee Charnas [2003]
  • Nine Prescriptions for My Funeral [1997]
  • Writing Science Fiction As If It Mattered (including “Tiny Bells” by Bruce Holland Rogers) [2002]

  • Lithopedion
    Novelette
    Tokyo: Bungeisha Co.
    [ISBN 978-4-286-04740-9] [trade paperback with dustjacket] (¥1000)
    May 2008; 99 pp
    [cover: uncredited]

    [Japanese translation by Masaki Yoshino of Within the Walls of Tyre]


    The City Quiet as Death
    Short Story Ebook
    New York: Tor [Tom Doherty Associates]
    [ISBN 978-1-4299-2498-6] [ebook in Kindle, Nook, and Ipad formats],($0.99)
    Feb 2011; 32 pp.
    [cover: Jon Foster]

    Separate publication of The City Quiet as Death


    Dislocazione
    Novelette
    Bologna Italy: Elara S.R.L.
    [No ISBN] [pamphlet],(unpriced)
    May 2013; 31 pp.
    [cover: Virgil Finlay]

    [Italian translation by Mara Gini of The Quickening]


    Audio Recordings

    Use restricted by copyright to persons with a print handicap.

    Unicorn Mountain
    Toronto, Ontario: Canadian National Institute for the Blind CC-3685, 1989
    12 cassettes (17 hr., 27 min.)
    Read by Gary Tipton
    Nebula Awards 25
    AFB, 1993
    3 cassettes
    Read by Ken Kliban
    No Enemy But Time
    Talking Book Publishers, 1993
    3 cassettes
    Read by Bob Askey
    Brittle Innings
    Potomac Talking Book Services, 1995
    4 cassettes
    Read by Barrett Whitener


    Braille Publications
    Catacomb Years
    Cleveland Society for the Blind, 1981
    (9 volumes)
    Blooded on Arachne
    Minneapolis MN: Volunteer Braille Services, 1983
    (9 volumes)
    No Enemy But Time
    Braille International, Inc., 1993
    (3 volumes)
     

    Compiled by Michael H. Hutchins

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