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    Earth Is Room Enough Isaac Asimov (Doubleday, Oct ’57, hc)
    • The Dead Past · nv Astounding Apr 1956
    • The Foundation of Science Fiction Success · pm F&SF Oct 1954
    • Franchise · ss If Aug 1955
    • Gimmicks Three · ss F&SF Nov 1956, as “The Brazen Locked Room”
    • Kid Stuff · ss Beyond Fantasy Fiction Sep 1953
    • The Watery Place · ss Satellite Science Fiction Oct 1956
    • Living Space · ss Science Fiction Stories May 1956
    • The Message · vi F&SF Feb 1956
    • Satisfaction Guaranteed [Susan Calvin; Robot series] · ss Amazing Apr 1951
    • Hell-Fire · vi Fantastic Universe May 1956
    • The Last Trump · ss Fantastic Universe Jun 1955
    • The Fun They Had · ss The Boys and Girls Page Dec 1 1951; F&SF Feb 1954
    • Jokester · ss Infinity Science Fiction Dec 1956
    • The Immortal Bard · vi Universe May 1954
    • Someday · ss Infinity Science Fiction Aug 1956
    • The Author’s Ordeal · pm Science Fiction Quarterly May 1957
    • Dreaming Is a Private Thing · ss F&SF Dec 1955



    The Far Ends of Time and Earth Isaac Asimov (Doubleday, 1979, hc)
    • Introduction · in
    • Pebble in the Sky [Trantorian Empire] · n. Doubleday 1950
    • Earth Is Room Enough · co Doubleday Oct 1957
    • The Dead Past · nv Astounding Apr 1956
    • The Foundation of Science Fiction Success · pm F&SF Oct 1954
    • Franchise · ss If Aug 1955
    • Gimmicks Three · ss F&SF Nov 1956, as “The Brazen Locked Room”
    • Kid Stuff · ss Beyond Fantasy Fiction Sep 1953
    • The Watery Place · ss Satellite Science Fiction Oct 1956
    • Living Space · ss Science Fiction Stories May 1956
    • The Message · vi F&SF Feb 1956
    • Satisfaction Guaranteed [Susan Calvin; Robot series] · ss Amazing Apr 1951
    • Hell-Fire · vi Fantastic Universe May 1956
    • The Last Trump · ss Fantastic Universe Jun 1955
    • The Fun They Had · ss The Boys and Girls Page Dec 1 1951; F&SF Feb 1954
    • Jokester · ss Infinity Science Fiction Dec 1956
    • The Immortal Bard · vi Universe May 1954
    • Someday · ss Infinity Science Fiction Aug 1956
    • The Author’s Ordeal · pm Science Fiction Quarterly May 1957
    • Dreaming Is a Private Thing · ss F&SF Dec 1955
    • The End of Eternity · n. Doubleday 1955



    Foundation and Empire Isaac Asimov (Gnome, 1952, hc) [Foundation]
    Also in The Foundation Trilogy and as The Man Who Upset the Universe.


    The Foundation Trilogy Isaac Asimov (Doubleday, 1964, hc) [Foundation]
    In England as An Isaac Asimov Omnibus.
    • Foundation · n. Gnome Press 1951
    • Foundation · nv Astounding May 1942
    • Bridle and Saddle · nv Astounding Jun 1942
    • The Wedge · ss Astounding Oct 1944
    • The Big and the Little · na Astounding Aug 1944
    • Foundation and Empire · n. Gnome Press 1952
    • Dead Hand · na Astounding Apr 1945
    • The Mule · na Astounding Nov 1945 (+1)
    • Second Foundation · n. Gnome Press 1953
    • Now You See It... · na Astounding Jan 1948
    • ...And Now You Don’t · n. Astounding Nov 1949 (+2)


    Have You Seen These? Isaac Asimov (NESFA Press, 1974, hc)
    All Stories Also in Buy Jupiter.
    • 11 · Introduction · in
    • 13 · Day of the Hunters · ss Future Nov 1950
    • 24 · Shah Guido G. · ss Marvel Science Fiction Nov 1951
    • 36 · The Monkey’s Finger · ss Startling Stories Feb 1953
    • 49 · Everest · ss Universe Dec 1953
    • 55 · The Pause · ss Time to Come, ed. August Derleth, Farrar 1954
    • 73 · Blank! · ss Infinity Science Fiction Jun 1957
    • 81 · Silly Asses · vi Future Feb 1958
    • 85 · Rain, Rain, Go Away · ss Fantastic Universe Sep 1959





    The Key Word and Other Mysteries Isaac Asimov (Walker, 1977, hc)
    Collection of young-adult detective stories.
    • The Key Word · ss *
    • Santa Claus Gets a Coin · ss Boys’ Life Dec 1975
    • Sarah Tops · ss Boys’ Life Feb 1975
    • The Thirteenth Day of Christmas · ss Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Jul 1977
    • A Case of Need · ss Young World 1975


    The Martian Way and Other Stories Isaac Asimov (Doubleday, 1955, hc)
    • The Martian Way · na Galaxy Nov 1952
    • Youth · nv Space Science Fiction May 1952
    • The Deep · ss Galaxy Dec 1952
    • Sucker Bait [Troas] · na Astounding Feb 1954 (+1)


    More Tales of the Black Widowers Isaac Asimov (Doubleday, 1976, hc) [Black Widowers]
    Also in pb (Fawcett 1977).
    • Introduction · in
    • When No Man Pursueth · ss Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Mar 1974
    • Quicker Than the Eye · ss Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine May 1974
    • The Iron Gem · ss Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Jul 1974, as “A Chip of the Black Stone”
    • The Three Numbers · ss Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Sep 1974, as “All in the Way You Read It”
    • Nothing Like Murder · ss F&SF Oct 1974
    • No Smoking · ss Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Dec 1974, as “Confessions of an American Cigarette Smoker”
    • Season’s Greetings! · ss *
    • The One and Only East · ss Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Mar 1975
    • Earthset and Evening Star · ss F&SF Aug 1975
    • Friday the Thirteenth · ss F&SF Jan 1976
    • The Unabridged · ss *
    • The Ultimate Crime · ss *


    Nightfall and Other Stories Isaac Asimov (Doubleday, 1969, hc)
    • Nightfall · nv Astounding Sep 1941
    • Green Patches · ss Galaxy Nov 1950, as “Misbegotten Missionary”
    • Hostess · nv Galaxy May 1951
    • Breeds There a Man...? · nv Astounding Jun 1951
    • The C-Chute · nv Galaxy Oct 1951
    • "In a Good Cause—" · nv New Tales of Space and Time, ed. Raymond J. Healy, Holt 1951
    • What If... · ss Fantastic Sum 1952
    • Sally · ss Fantastic May/Jun 1953
    • Flies · ss F&SF Jun 1953
    • Nobody Here But— · ss Star Science Fiction Stories #1, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine 1953
    • It’s Such a Beautiful Day · nv Star Science Fiction Stories #3, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine 1954
    • Strikebreaker · ss Science Fiction Stories Jan 1957, as “Male Strikebreaker”
    • Insert Knob A in Hole B · vi F&SF Dec 1957
    • The Up-to-Date Sorcerer · ss F&SF Jul 1958
    • Unto the Fourth Generation · ss F&SF Apr 1959
    • What Is This Thing Called Love? · ss Amazing Mar 1961, as “Playboy and the Slime God”
    • The Machine That Won the War · ss F&SF Oct 1961
    • My Son, the Physicist! · vi Scientific American Feb 1962
    • Eyes Do More Than See · vi F&SF Apr 1965
    • Segregationist · ss Abbottempo Apr 1967


    Nine Tomorrows Isaac Asimov (Doubleday, 1959, hc)
    • I Just Make Them Up, See! · pm F&SF Feb 1958
    • Rejection Slips · pm *
    • Profession · na Astounding Jul 1957
    • The Feeling of Power · ss If Feb 1958
    • The Dying Night [Wendell Urth] · nv F&SF Jul 1956
    • I’m in Marsport Without Hilda · ss Venture Nov 1957
    • The Gentle Vultures · ss Super Science Fiction Dec 1957
    • All the Troubles of the World · ss Super Science Fiction Apr 1958
    • Spell My Name with an S · ss Star Science Fiction Magazine Jan 1958, as “S as in Zebatinsky”
    • The Last Question · ss Science Fiction Quarterly Nov 1956
    • The Ugly Little Boy · nv Galaxy Sep 1958, as “Lastborn”


    Opus 100 Isaac Asimov (Houghton Mifflin, 1969, hc)
    • Introduction · in
    • from “The Callistan Menace” · ex Astonishing Stories Apr 1940
    • from Lucky Starr and the Moons of Jupiter · ex Doubleday 1957
    • from “View from Amalthea” · ar F&SF Dec 1968
    • from Lucky Starr and the Oceans of Venus · ex Doubleday 1954
    • from “The Martian Way” · ex Galaxy Nov 1952
    • from The Universe · ar Walker 1966
    • from Galaxies · ar Follett 1968
    • from “The Perfect Machine” · ar Science Journal Oct 1968
    • from “Strange Playfellow” · ex Super Science Stories Sep 1940
    • from “Liar!” [Susan Calvin; Robot series] · ex Astounding May 1941
    • from “Runaround” [Mike Donovan; Robot series] · ex Astounding Mar 1942
    • from I, Robot · ex Gnome Press 1950
    • from The Intelligent Man’s Guide to Science · ar Basic Books 1960
    • The Last Question · ss Science Fiction Quarterly Nov 1956
    • from The Realm of Numbers · ar Houghton Mifflin 1959
    • from Quick and Easy Math · ar Houghton Mifflin 1964
    • The Feeling of Power · ss If Feb 1958
    • from Asimov’s Biographical Encyclopedia of Science · ar Doubleday 1964
    • from Only a Trillion · ar Abelard Press 1957
    • from The Nutrino · ar Doubleday 1966
    • from “Supernutron” · ex Astonishing Stories Sep 1941
    • from “The Sound of Panting” · ar Astounding Jun 1955
    • from Biochemistry and Human Metabolism · ar William Wilkins 1952
    • from The Chemicals of Life · ar Abelard Press 1954
    • from The Noble Gasses · ar Basic Books 1966
    • Thiotimoline and the Space Age [Thiotimoline] · sf Analog Oct 1960
    • from “The Kinetics of the Reaction Inactivation of Tyrosinase during its Catalysis of the Aerobic Oxidation of Catechol” · ar 1948
    • from The Wellsprings of Life · ar Abelard Press 1960
    • from Photosynthesis · ar Basic Books 1968
    • from Words of Science · ar Houghton Mifflin 1959
    • from Words on the Map · ar Houghton Mifflin 1962
    • from Words from History · ar Houghton Mifflin 1968
    • from The Greeks · ar Houghton Mifflin 1965
    • from The Roman Republic · ar Houghton Mifflin 1966
    • from The Egyptians · ar Houghton Mifflin 1967
    • from The Near East · ar Houghton Mifflin 1968
    • from “There’s Nothing Like a Good Foundation” · ar SFWA Bulletin Jan 1967
    • from “The Dead Hand” [Foundation] · ex Astounding Apr 1945
    • from Asimov’s Guide to the Bible · ar Doubleday 1968
    • Twelve Point Three Six Nine · ar F&SF Jul 1967
    • from “Isaac Asimov Explains” · ar Science Digest 1968, as “Force Fields”
    • from “Isaac Asimov Explains” · ar Science Digest 1968, as “Irresistable Force”
    • On Prediction · in 1968
    • An Uncompromising View · br The Physics Teacher Feb 1969
    • Dreamworld · vi F&SF Nov 1955
    • The Holmes-Ginsbook Device · ss If Dec 1968
    • Appendix: My Hundred Books · bi


    Opus 200 Isaac Asimov (Houghton Mifflin, 1979, hc)
    Also in pb (Dell Dec ’80).
    • Introduction · in
    • from The Gods Themselves · ex Galaxy Mar 1972; Doubleday 1972
    • from ABC’s of Space · ar Walker 1969
    • from How Did We Find Out About Comets? · ar Walker 1975
    • from Comets and Meteors · ar Follett 1973
    • from Alpha Centauri, the Nearest Star · ar Lothrop, Lee & Shepard 1976
    • from The Collapsing Universe · ar Walker 1977
    • The Bicentennial Man · nv Stellar #2, ed. Judy-Lynn del Rey, Ballantine 1976
    • from How Did We Find Out About Numbers? · ar Walker 1973
    • Skewered! · ar F&SF Nov 1974
    • from Light · ar Follett 1970
    • from Please Explain · ar Houghton Mifflin 1973
    • from Worlds Within Worlds · ar Atomic Energy Commission 1972
    • Good Taste · ss Apocalypse Press 1976
    • from How Did We Find Out About Germs? · ar Walker 1974
    • from The Ends of the Earth · ar Weybright and Talley 1975
    • from More Words of Science · ar Houghton Mifflin 1972
    • from The Land of Canaan · ar Houghton Mifflin 1971
    • from The Shaping of France · ar Houghton Mifflin 1972
    • from The Golden Door · ar Houghton Mifflin 1977
    • from Eyes on the Universe · ar Houghton Mifflin 1975
    • The Dream · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 1974
    • Lost in Non-Translation · ar F&SF Mar 1972
    • Light Verse · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 1973
    • The Monsters We Haved Lived With · ar TV Guide Nov 23 1974, as “They Don’t Make Monsters Like They Used To”
    • from Isaac Asimov’s Treasury of Humor · ex Houghton Mifflin 1971
    • from The Sensuous Dirty Old Man · ar Walker 1971
    • from Lecherous Limericks · ex Walker 1975
    • from More Lecherous Limericks · ex Walker 1976
    • from Still More Lecherous Limericks · ex Walker 1977
    • from Earth: Out Crowded Spaceship · ar John Day 1974
    • from Asimov’s Guide to Shakespeare · ar Doubleday 1970
    • from Asimov’s Annotated ‘Don Juan’ · ar Doubleday 1972
    • from Familiar Poems Annotated · ar Doubleday 1977
    • from Asimov’s Sherlockian Limericks · ex Street & Smith’s Mystery Magazine 1978
    • Earthset and Evening Star [Black Widowers] · ss F&SF Aug 1975
    • The Thirteenth Day of Christmas · ss Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Jul 1977
    • from Murder at the ABA · ex Doubleday 1976
    • Little Brothers · vi The Boys’ High Recorder Spr 1934
    • My Second Hundred Books · bi


    Prisoners of the Stars Isaac Asimov (Doubleday, Jan ’79, hc)
    • Introduction · in
    • The Stars, Like Dust [Tyrann, Galaxy Jan ’51; Trantorian Empire] · n. Doubleday 1951
    • The Martian Way and Other Stories · co Doubleday 1955
    • The Martian Way · na Galaxy Nov 1952
    • Youth · nv Space Science Fiction May 1952
    • The Deep · ss Galaxy Dec 1952
    • Sucker Bait [Troas] · na Astounding Feb 1954 (+1)
    • The Currents of Space [Trantorian Empire] · n. Astounding Oct 1952 (+2); Doubleday 1952


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