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    Dinosaur Tales Ray Bradbury (Bantam 0-553-01484-6, May ’83, 144pp, tp)
    • 13 · Foreword · Ray Harryhausen · fw
    • 15 · Introduction · in
    • 23 · Besides a Dinosaur, Whatta Ya Wanna Be When You Grow Up? · ss *
    • 51 · A Sound of Thunder · ss Collier’s Jun 28 1952
    • 85 · Lo, the Dear, Daft Dinosaurs! · pm Expectations, ed. Betty Kalagian, LA Braille Institute 1980, as “See the Deft, Daft Dinosaurs”; (first printed version), Mammoth Dec 1980
    • 93 · The Fog Horn · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 23 1951, as “The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms”
    • 115 · What If I Said: The Dinosaur’s Not Dead · pm *
    • 121 · Tyrannosaurus Rex · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 23 1962, as “The Prehistoric Producer”
    • 143 · Contributors · [Misc.] · bg


    Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury (Ballantine 41, 1953, 35¢, 199pp, pb)
    • 1 · Fahrenheit 451 · n. Ballantine 1953; expanded from “The Fireman”, Galaxy Feb ’51.
    • 149 · The Playground · ss Esquire Oct 1953
    • 171 · And the Rock Cried Out · ss Manhunt Sep 1953, as “The Millionth Murder”


    Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury (Moscow: Raduga Publishers, 1983, 382pp, hc)
    • 27 · Fahrenheit 451 · n. Ballantine 1953; expanded from “The Fireman”, Galaxy Feb ’51.
    • 163 · February 1999: Ylla · ss Maclean’s Jan 1 1950, as “I’ll Not Look for Wine”
    • 177 · The Rocket Man · ss Maclean’s Mar 1 1951
    • 188 · The Exiles · ss Maclean’s Sep 15 1949, as “The Mad Wizards of Mars”
    • 202 · The Fox and the Forest · ss Collier’s May 13 1950, as “To the Future”
    • 219 · The Rocket · ss Super Science Stories Mar 1950, as “Outcast of the Stars”
    • 228 · The Murderer · ss The Golden Apples of the Sun, Garden City, NY: Doubleday 1953
    • 236 · A Sound of Thunder · ss Collier’s Jun 28 1952
    • 250 · The Garbage Collector · ss The Nation Oct 1953
    • 255 · The Golden Apples of the Sun · ss Planet Stories Nov 1953
    • 261 · Homecoming · ss Mademoiselle Oct 1946
    • 274 · The End of the Beginning · ss Maclean’s Oct 27 1956, as “Next Stop: The Stars”
    • 279 · The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 4 1958, as “The Magic White Suit”
    • 302 · A Scent of Sarsaparilla · ss Star Science Fiction Stories #1, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine 1953
    • 309 · The Smile · ss Fantastic Sum 1952
    • 314 · Henry the Ninth · ss F&SF Oct 1969, as “A Final Sceptre, a Lasting Crown”


    The Fog Horn & Other Stories Ray Bradbury (Tokyo: Taiyosha, 1979, 83pp, pb)
    Collection of six stories, Japanese edition printed in English for school use.
    • The Fog Horn · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 23 1951, as “The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms”
    • The Dwarf · ss Fantastic Jan/Feb 1954
    • The Pedestrian · ss The Reporter Aug 7 1951
    • A Sound of Thunder · ss Collier’s Jun 28 1952
    • En La Noche · ss Cavalier Nov 1952, as “Torrid Sacrifice”
    • The Garbage Collector · ss The Nation Oct 1953


    The Fog Horn and Other Stories Ray Bradbury (Tokyo: Kinseido, 1981, 48pp, pb)
    Japanese edition in English for schools.
    • 1 · A Story of Love · ss McCall’s May 1951, as “These Things Happen”
    • 18 · The Miracles of Jamie · ss Charm Apr 1946
    • 33 · The Fog Horn · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 23 1951, as “The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms”
    • 47 · Forever and the Earth · ss Planet Stories Spr 1950



    The Golden Apples of the Sun Ray Bradbury (Doubleday, Mar ’53, $3.00, 250pp, hc)
    Also in Twice 22. English edition (Hart-Davis 1953) omits stories “The Big Black and White Game” and “The Great Fire”.
    • The Fog Horn · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 23 1951, as “The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms”
    • The Pedestrian · ss The Reporter Aug 7 1951; F&SF Feb 1952
    • The April Witch · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 5 1952
    • The Wilderness · ss F&SF Nov 1952; revised from Today Apr 6 ’52.
    • The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl · ss Detective Book Magazine Nov 1948, as “Touch and Go!”; Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Jan 1953
    • Invisible Boy · ss Mademoiselle Nov 1945
    • The Flying Machine · ss *
    • The Murderer · ss *
    • The Golden Kite, the Silver Wind · ss Epoch Win 1953
    • I See You Never · vi The New Yorker Nov 8 1947
    • Embroidery · vi Marvel Science Fiction Nov 1951
    • The Big Black and White Game · ss The American Mercury Aug 1945
    • A Sound of Thunder · ss Collier’s Jun 28 1952
    • The Great Wide World Over There · ss Maclean’s Aug 15 1952, as “Cora and the Great Wide World Over There”
    • Powerhouse · ss Charm Mar 1948
    • En La Noche · ss Cavalier Nov 1952, as “Torrid Sacrifice”
    • Sun and Shadow · ss The Reporter Mar 17 1953
    • The Meadow · ss *
    • The Garbage Collector · ss The Nation Oct 1953
    • The Great Fire · ss Seventeen Mar 1949
    • Hail and Farewell · ss Today Mar 29 1953
    • The Golden Apples of the Sun · ss Planet Stories Nov 1953


    The Golden Apples of the Sun Ray Bradbury (Rupert Hart-Davis, Oct ’53, 10/6, 192pp, hc)
    Omits stories “The Big Black and White Game” and “The Great Fire”.
    • The Fog Horn · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 23 1951, as “The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms”
    • The Pedestrian · ss The Reporter Aug 7 1951; F&SF Feb 1952
    • The April Witch · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 5 1952
    • The Wilderness · ss F&SF Nov 1952
    • The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl · ss Detective Book Magazine Nov 1948, as “Touch and Go!”; Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Jan 1953
    • Invisible Boy · ss Mademoiselle Nov 1945
    • The Flying Machine · ss The Golden Apples of the Sun, Garden City, NY: Doubleday 1953
    • The Murderer · ss The Golden Apples of the Sun, Garden City, NY: Doubleday 1953
    • The Golden Kite, the Silver Wind · ss Epoch Win 1953
    • I See You Never · vi The New Yorker Nov 8 1947
    • Embroidery · vi Marvel Science Fiction Nov 1951
    • A Sound of Thunder · ss Collier’s Jun 28 1952
    • The Great Wide World Over There · ss Maclean’s Aug 15 1952, as “Cora and the Great Wide World Over There”
    • Powerhouse · ss Charm Mar 1948
    • En La Noche · ss Cavalier Nov 1952, as “Torrid Sacrifice”
    • Sun and Shadow · ss The Reporter Mar 17 1953
    • The Meadow · ss The Golden Apples of the Sun, Garden City, NY: Doubleday 1953
    • The Garbage Collector · ss The Nation Oct 1953
    • Hail and Farewell · ss Today Mar 29 1953
    • The Golden Apples of the Sun · ss Planet Stories Nov 1953


    The Haunted Computer and the Android Pope Ray Bradbury (Knopf 0-394-51444-0, 1981, $8.95, 128pp, hc)
    • The Haunted Computer and the Android Pope · pm Science Digest Sum 1980
    • Go Not with Ruins in Your Mind · pm Chicago Faces Jan/Feb 1981
    • Poem from a Train Window · pm *
    • Nor Is the Aim of Man to Stay Beneath a Stone · pm *
    • Joy Is the Grace We Say to God · pm *
    • They Have Not Seen the Stars · pm The San Diego Union Currents in Books Dec 17 1978
    • This Attic Where the Meadow Greens · pm This Attic Where the Meadow Greens, Northridge, CA: Lord John Press 1980
    • Abandon in Place · pm The Los Angeles Times May 20 1979
    • The Great Man Speaks · pm Bookwest #9 1978, as “The Famous Author Speaks, Almost an Elgy”
    • Shakespeare the Father, Freud the Son. · pm Los Angeles Times Book Review Oct 7 1979
    • A Miracle of Popes, All with One Face! · pm This Attic Where the Meadow Greens, Northridge, CA: Lord John Press 1980
    • The Bike Repairmen · pm Santa Susana Press 1978 (broadside)
    • The East Is Up! · pm Beyond 1984, Targ Editions 1979
    • If Peaches Could Be Painters · pm This Attic Where the Meadow Greens, Northridge, CA: Lord John Press 1980
    • Once the Years Were Numerous and the Funerals Few · pm This Attic Where the Meadow Greens, Northridge, CA: Lord John Press 1980
    • Satchmo Saved! · pm Los Angeles Times Calendar Oct 5 1980
    • God Blows the Whistle · pm *
    • The Infirmities of Genius · pm Los Angeles Times Book Review May 14 1978
    • Farewell Summer · pm 1980
    • The Dogs of Mesopotamia—Dyed by Spring · pm *
    • Two Impressionists · pm *
    • And Yet the Burning Bush Has Voice · pm Questar Oct 1980
    • To an Early Morning Darning-Needle Dragonfly · pm Westways Dec 1979
    • Poem Written on a Train Just Leaving a Small Southern Town · pm This Attic Where the Meadow Greens, Northridge, CA: Lord John Press 1980
    • Too Much · pm The San Diego Union Currents in Books Dec 16 1979
    • There Are No Ghosts in Catholic Spain · pm *
    • I Am God’s Greatest Basking Hound · pm *
    • Doing Is Being · pm WedIMgn 1980
    • Ode to an Utterance by Norman Corwin, Who Punned the First Line, and Must Suffer the Rest · pm Los Angeles Times Book Review Dec 21 1980
    • Nectar and Ambrosia · pm *
    • We Are the Reliquaries of Lost Time · pm Future Life Aug 1980
    • Anybody Who Can Make Great Strawberry Shortcake Can’t Be All Bad · pm *
    • And Have You Seen God’s Birds Collide? · pm *
    • You Can’t Go Home Again, Not Even If You Stay There! · pm *
    • Schliemann · pm *
    • Of What Is Past, or Passing, or to Come · pm *
    • Within a Summer Frame · pm *
    • Ode to Ty Cobb, Who Stole First Base from Second · pm *
    • GBS and the Loin of Pork · pm *
    • Let Us Live But Safely, No Bright Flags Be Ours · pm *
    • Everyone’s Got to Be Somewhere · pm *
    • The Past Is the Only Dead Thing that Smells Sweet · pm *
    • Ode to Trivia · pm *
    • Good Shakespeare’s Son, the Typing Ape · pm *
    • Que Bella! The Flagella of the Beasts · pm *
    • Pope Android Seventh · pm *


    I Sing the Body Electric! Ray Bradbury (Knopf, 1969, hc)
    • The Kilimanjaro Device · ss Life Jan 22 1965, as “The Kilimanjaro Machine”
    • The Terrible Conflagration Up at the Place · ss *
    • Tomorrow’s Child · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb 1948, as “The Shape of Things”
    • The Women · ss Famous Fantastic Mysteries Oct 1948
    • The Inspired Chicken Motel · ss West Nov 2 1969, as “The Inspired Chicken Bungalow Court”
    • Downwind from Gettysburg · ss Playboy Jun 1969
    • Yes, We’ll Gather at the River · ss *
    • The Cold Wind and the Warm · ss Harper’s Jul 1964
    • Night Call, Collect · ss *; revised from “I, Mars”, Super Science Stories Apr ’49.
    • The Haunting of the New · ss Vogue (UK) Oct 1969
    • I Sing the Body Electric! · nv McCall’s Aug 1969, as “The Beautiful One Is Here”
    • The Tombling Day · ss Shenandoah Fll 1952
    • Any Friend of Nicholas Nickleby’s Is a Friend of Mine · nv McCall’s Jan 1966, as “The Best of Times”
    • Heavy-Set · ss Playboy Oct 1964
    • The Man in the Rorschach Shirt · ss Playboy Oct 1966
    • Henry the Ninth · ss F&SF Oct 1969, as “A Final Sceptre, a Lasting Crown”
    • The Lost City of Mars · nv Playboy Jan 1967
    • Christus Apollo · pm *


    The Illustrated Man Ray Bradbury (Doubleday, Feb ’51, $3.50, 256pp, hc)
    • Prologue: The Illustrated Man · ss *
    • The Veldt · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 23 1950, as “The World the Children Made”
    • Kaleidoscope · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Oct 1949
    • The Other Foot · ss New Story Magazine Mar 1951
    • The Highway · ss Copy Spr 1950, as by Leonard Spalding
    • The Man · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb 1949
    • The Long Rain · ss Planet Stories Sum 1950, as “Death-by-Rain”
    • The Rocket Man · ss Maclean’s Mar 1 1951
    • The Fire Balloons · ss Imagination Apr 1951, as “‘In This Sign...’”
    • The Last Night of the World · ss Esquire Feb 1951
    • The Exiles · ss Maclean’s Sep 15 1949, as “The Mad Wizards of Mars”; F&SF Win 1950
    • No Particular Night or Morning · ss *
    • The Fox and the Forest · ss Collier’s May 13 1950, as “To the Future”
    • The Visitor · ss Startling Stories Nov 1948
    • The Concrete Mixer · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Apr 1949
    • Marionettes, Inc. [Marionettes, Inc.] · ss Startling Stories Mar 1949
    • The City · ss Startling Stories Jul 1950, as “Purpose”
    • Zero Hour · ss Planet Stories Fll 1947
    • The Rocket · ss Super Science Stories Mar 1950, as “Outcast of the Stars”
    • Epilogue · aw *


    The Illustrated Man Ray Bradbury (Rupert Hart-Davis, 1952, 12/6, 192pp, hc)
    • Prologue: The Illustrated Man · ss The Illustrated Man, Doubleday 1951
    • The Veldt · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 23 1950, as “The World the Children Made”
    • Kaleidoscope · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Oct 1949
    • The Other Foot · ss New Story Magazine Mar 1951
    • The Highway · ss Copy Spr 1950, as by Leonard Spalding
    • The Man · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb 1949
    • The Long Rain · ss Planet Stories Sum 1950, as “Death-by-Rain”
    • The Last Night of the World · ss Esquire Feb 1951
    • No Particular Night or Morning · ss The Illustrated Man, Doubleday 1951
    • The Fox and the Forest · ss Collier’s May 13 1950, as “To the Future”
    • The Visitor · ss Startling Stories Nov 1948
    • Marionettes, Inc. [Marionettes, Inc.] · ss Startling Stories Mar 1949
    • The City · ss Startling Stories Jul 1950, as “Purpose”
    • Zero Hour · ss Planet Stories Fll 1947
    • The Rocket · ss Super Science Stories Mar 1950, as “Outcast of the Stars”
    • Usher II · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Apr 1950, as “Carnival of Madness”
    • The Playground · ss Esquire Oct 1953
    • Epilogue · aw The Illustrated Man, Doubleday 1951


    The Last Circus, and The Electrocution Ray Bradbury (Lord John Press, 1980)
    • The Last Circus · ss *
    • The Electrocution · ss The Californian Aug 1946, as by William Elliot


    Long After Midnight Ray Bradbury (Knopf, 1976, hc)
    • The Blue Bottle · ss Planet Stories Fll 1950, as “Death-Wish”
    • One Timeless Spring · ss Collier’s Apr 13 1946
    • The Parrot Who Met Papa · ss Playboy Jan 1972
    • The Burning Man · ss *
    • A Piece of Wood · ss Esquire Jun 1952
    • The Messiah · ss Welcome Aboard Spr 1971
    • G.B.S.-Mark V · ss *
    • The Utterly Perfect Murder · ss Playboy Aug 1971, as “My Perfect Murder”
    • Punishment Without Crime [Marionettes, Inc.] · ss Other Worlds Science Stories Mar 1950
    • Getting Through Sunday Somehow · ss Cavalier Oct 1962, as “Tread Lightly to the Music”
    • Drink Entire: Against the Madness of Crowds · ss Gallery Apr 1976
    • Interval in Sunlight · nv Esquire Mar 1954
    • A Story of Love · ss McCall’s May 1951, as “These Things Happen”
    • The Wish · ss Woman’s Day Dec 1973
    • Forever and the Earth · ss Planet Stories Spr 1950
    • The Better Part of Wisdom · ss Harper’s Weekly Sep 6 1976
    • Darling Adolf · ss *
    • The Miracles of Jamie · ss Charm Apr 1946
    • The October Game · ss Weird Tales Mar 1948; Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine Jun 1957
    • The Pumpernickel · vi Collier’s May 19 1951
    • Long After Midnight · ss Eros Win 1963, as “The Long-After-Midnight Girl”
    • Have I Got a Chocolate Bar for You! · ss Penthouse Oct 1973


    Long After Midnight and Other Stories Ray Bradbury (Tokyo, Japan: Nan’un-do, 1981, 44pp, pb)
    Japanese edition in English for schools.
    • 1 · Long After Midnight · ss Eros Win 1963, as “The Long-After-Midnight Girl”
    • 11 · The Smile · ss Fantastic Sum 1952
    • 20 · The Man · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb 1949
    • 41 · The Jar · ss Weird Tales Nov 1944
    • 65 · Notes · [Misc.] · ms


    The Love Affair Ray Bradbury (Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, Dec ’82, 25pp, hc)
    Collection of one story and two poems. Published in a signed and numbered limited cloth edition of 300 copies plus 100 deluxe copies.
    • The Love Affair · ss *
    • The Growing Into Me · pm *
    • How I Became a Writer · pm *


    The Machineries of Joy Ray Bradbury (Simon & Schuster, Feb ’64, $4.50, 255pp, hc)
    English edition (Hart-Davis 1964) omits “Almost the End of the World”.
    • The Machineries of Joy · ss Playboy Dec 1962
    • The One Who Waits · ss Arkham Sampler Sum 1949
    • Tyrannosaurus Rex · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 23 1962, as “The Prehistoric Producer”
    • The Vacation · ss Playboy Dec 1963
    • The Drummer Boy of Shiloh · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 30 1960
    • Boys! Raise Giant Mushrooms in Your Cellar! · ss Galaxy Oct 1962, as “Come Into My Cellar”
    • Almost the End of the World · ss The Reporter Dec 26 1957
    • Perhaps We Are Going Away · ss Topper Jan 1962
    • And the Sailor, Home from the Sea · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 9 1960, as “Forever Voyage”
    • El Dia de Muerte · ss Touchstone Fll 1947; “The Day of Death”
    • The Illustrated Woman · ss Playboy Mar 1961
    • Some Live Like Lazarus · ss Playboy Dec 1960, as “Very Late in the Evening”
    • A Miracle of Rare Device · ss Playboy Jan 1962
    • And So Died Riabouchinska · ss The Saint Detective Magazine Jun/Jul 1953
    • The Beggar on O’Connell Bridge · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 14 1961, as “The Beggar on Dublin Bridge”
    • Death and the Maiden · ss F&SF Mar 1960
    • A Flight of Ravens · ss California Quarterly Win 1952
    • The Best of All Possible Worlds · ss Playboy Aug 1960
    • The Life Work of Juan Diaz · ss Playboy Sep 1963
    • To the Chicago Abyss · ss F&SF May 1963
    • The Anthem Sprinters · ss Playboy Jun 1963, as “The Queen’s Own Evaders”


    The Martian Chronicles Ray Bradbury (Doubleday, May ’50, $2.50, 222pp, hc)
    In England as The Silver Locusts.
    • Rocket Summer · vi *
    • Ylla · ss Maclean’s Jan 1 1950, as “I’ll Not Look for Wine”
    • The Summer Night · vi Arkham Sampler Win 1949, as “The Spring Night”
    • The Earth Men · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Aug 1948
    • The Taxpayer · vi *
    • The Third Expedition · ss Planet Stories Fll 1948, as “Mars Is Heaven!”
    • And the Moon Be Still as Bright · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Jun 1948
    • The Settlers · vi *
    • The Green Morning · ss *
    • The Locusts · vi *
    • Night Meeting · ss *
    • The Shore · vi *
    • Interim · vi *
    • The Musicians · vi *
    • Way in the Middle of the Air · ss Other Worlds Science Stories Jul 1950
    • The Naming of Names · vi *
    • Usher II · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Apr 1950, as “Carnival of Madness”
    • The Old Ones · vi *
    • The Martian · ss Super Science Stories Nov 1949, as “Impossible”
    • The Luggage Store · vi *
    • The Off Season · ss Thrilling Wonder Stories Dec 1948
    • The Watchers · vi *
    • The Silent Towns · ss Charm Mar 1949
    • The Long Years [Martian] · ss Maclean’s Sep 15 1948
    • There Will Come Soft Rains · ss Collier’s May 6 1950
    • The Million-Year Picnic · ss Planet Stories Sum 1946


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