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An updated bibliography of Pamela Sargent's work is also up at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database.

A Chronological Fiction Bibliography

  1. Books

  1. Women of Wonder: Science Fiction Stories by Women About Women
    Anthology edited by Sargent, containing "Introduction: Women and Science Fiction" and unsigned prefatory notes by Sargent.
    1. ____, Vintage Books, 1975, trade.
    2. Femmes et Merveilles, Editions Deno'l (France), 1975, paper.
    3. Mujeres y Maravillas, Editorial Bruguera (Spain), 1977, paper.
    4. ____, Penguin Books (U.K.), 1978, paper.
    5. Donne del Futuro, Savelli (Italy), 1979, paper.
    6. Vrouwen in Wonderland, Uitgeverij de Arbeiderspers (Denmark), 1980.

  2. Cloned Lives

    Contains in somewhat different form "A Sense of Diffrence," "Clone Sister," and "Father."

    1. ____, Fawcett Gold Medal, 1976, paper. (Reprinted in 1978.)
    2. Die Bio-Bombe, Wilhem Goldmann Verlag (Germany), 1980, paper.
    3. ____, Fontana (U.K.), 1981, paper.
    4. Copies Conformes, in Copies Conformes; L'Etoile Blanche by Pamela Sargent, Nouvelles Editions Opta (France), 1984. An omnibus edition which also included The Sudden Star.

  3. Bio-Futures: Science Fiction Stories About Biological Metamorphosis

    Anthology edited by Sargent, containing an "Introduction," "Further Reading," "About the Authors," and unsigned prefatory notes by Sargent.

    1. ____, Vintage Books, 1976, trade.

  4. More Women of Wonder: Science Fiction Novelettes by Women About Women

    Anthology edited by Sargent, containing an "Introduction," "Further Reading," "About the Authors," and unsigned prefatory notes by Sargent.

    1. ____, Vintage Books, 1976, trade.
    2. ____, Penguin Books (UK), 1979, paper.
    3. Encore des Femmes et des Merveilles, Presses Pockets (France), 1979, paper.
    4. ____, Uitgerverij de Arbeiderspers (Denmark), 1980.

  5. Starshadows: Ten Stories

    Originally titled Starshadows and Blue Roses. Contains "Shadows," "Gather Blue Roses," "Oasis," "Julio 204", "IMT," "Desert Places," "The Other Perceiver," "Bond and Free," "If Ever I Should Leave You," and "Clone
    Sister."


    1. ____, Ace Books, 1977, paper.

  6. The New Women of Wonder: Recent Science Fiction Stories by Women About Women

    Anthology edited by Sargent, containing an "Introduction," "Further Reading," and unsigned prefatory notes by Sargent.

    1. ____, Vintage Books, 1978, trade.
    2. ____, Uitgeverij de Arbeiderspers (Denmark), 1980.

  7. The Sudden Star

    1. ____, Fawcett Gold Medal, 1979, paper.
    2. The White Death, Fontana (UK), 1980, paper.
    3. L'Etoile Blanche, in Copies Conformes: L'Etoile Blanche, Nouvelles Editions Opta (France), 1984. Omnibus edition also contains Cloned Lives.
    4. A Sœbita Estrela, Editorial Caminho (Portugal), 1988, paper.

  8. Elvira's Zoo

    1. ____, Educational Development Corp., 1979, trade.

  9. Watchstar

    First volume of the Watchstar trilogy, completed by Eye of the Comet and Homesmind.

    1. ____, Pocket Books, 1980, paper.
    2. ____, Science Fiction Book Club, 1980.
    3. L'epreuve de Daiya, Nouvelles Editions Opta (France), 1983, paper.

  10. The Golden Space

    Contains, in a slightly different form, "The Renewal" and "The Summer's Dust."

    1. ____, Timescape Books, 1982.
    2. ____, Timescape Books, 1983, paper.
    3. La Regne des Immortels, Nouvelles Editions Opta (France), 1983.
    4. O Espao Dourado, Editorial Caminho (Portugal), 1989, paper.

  11. The Alien Upstairs

    1. ____, Doubleday & Co., 1983.
    2. ____, Bantam Books, 1985, paper.
    3. L'Žtrange Monsieur Raf, Nouvelles Editions Opta (France), 1985, paper.
    4. O Meu Vizinho Alienigena, Editorial Caminho (Portugal), 1989, paper.

  12. Earthseed: A Novel

    1. ____, Harper & Row, 1983.
    2. ____, Harper & Row, 1983, trade.
    3. ____, Collins (UK), 1984, hard and trade.
    4. ____, Harper Starwanderer Books, 1987, paper.

  13. The Mountain Cage

    1. ____, Cheap Street, 1983, paper.
    2. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987.

  14. Eye of the Comet

    Second in the Watchstar trilogy, preceded by Watchstar and succeeded by Homesmind.

    1. ____, Harper & Row, 1984.
    2. ____, Harper & Row, 1984, trade.

  15. Homesmind

    Third in the Watchstar trilogy, preceded by Watchstar and Eye of the Comet.

    1. ____, Harper & Row, 1984.
    2. ____, Harper & Row, 1984, trade.

  16. Copies Conformes; L'etoile Blanche

    Omnibus French edition of Cloned Lives and The Sudden Star.

    1. ____, Nouvelles Editions Opta (France), 1984.

  17. Venus of Dreams

    First in a trilogy, succeeded by Venus of Shadows and to be succeeded by Child of Venus.

    1. ____, Bantam Books, 1986, paper.
    2. ____, Bantam Books, 1990, paper.
    3. VŽnus des RŽves, Editions Robert Laffont (France), 1988, paper.
    4. ____, Bantam/Transworld, 1989, paper.
    5. ____, Easton Press, 1990, leather. Contains an introduction by Gregory Benford. Part of the "Masterpieces of Science Fiction" series.

  18. Afterlives: Stories about Life After Death

    Anthology co-edited with Ian Watson, contains "Introduction" and unsigned prefatory notes co-written with Watson, and "If Ever I Should Leave You."

    1. ____, Vintage Books, 1986, trade.
    2. Das Unentdeckte Land, Bastei-LŸbbe (?), 1988, paper.
    3. Altre Vite, Pamela Sargent and Ian Watson, eds., Mondadori (Italy), 1990, paper.

  19. The Shore of Women

    1. ____, Crown, 1986.
    2. ____, Bantam Books, 1987, paper.
    3. ____, Chatto & Windus (UK), 1987.
    4. ____, Pan Books (UK), 1988, paper.
    5. Kvinnokusten, Wahlstroms (Sweden), 1988.
    6. Le Rivage des Femmes, Editions Robert Laffont (France), 1989.
    7. ____, Nova Cultural (Portugal), 1989.
    8. ____, Wilhelm Heyne Verlag (Germany), 1989, paper.

  20. The Best of Pamela Sargent

    Collection of short stories, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, containing "Introduction," "Gather Blue Roses," "Clone Sister," "If Ever I Should Leave You," "Bond and Free," "Shadows," "The Novella Race," "The Summer's Dust," "Out of Place," "The Broken Hoop," "The Shrine," "The Old Darkness," "The Mountain Cage," "Heavenly Flowers," and "Fears."

    1. ____, Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.

  21. Alien Child

    1. ____, Harper & Row, 1988.
    2. ____, Harper & Row, 1988, library hard.
    3. ____, Harper Starwanderer Books, 1989, paper.
    4. ____, Hayakawa Publishers (Japan), 199_, _____.

  22. Venus of Shadows

    Second in a trilogy, preceded by Venus of Dreams and to be succeeded by Child of Venus.

    1. ____, Foundation/Doubleday, 1988.
    2. ____, Bantam Books, 1990, paper.
    3. ____, Bantam/Transworld (UK), 1990, paper.
    4. Venus des Ombres, Editions Robert Laffont, 1991, paper.

  23. Ruler of the Sky

    1. ____, Crown Publishers, 1991.
    2. ____, Chatto & Windus (UK), 1991.
    3. ____, Pan Books (UK & Australia), 199_, paper.

  24. Women of Wonder: The Classic Years; Science Fiction by Women from the 1940s to the 1970s

    1. ____, Harcourt Brace, 1995, paper.

  25. Women of Wonder: The Contemporary Years; Science Fiction by Women from the 1970s to the 1990s

    1. ____, Harcourt Brace, 1995, paper.

  • Stories
    1. Landed Minority

      1. "____," The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, September, 1970.

    2. Oasis

      1. "____," Protostars, David Gerrold, ed., Ballantine Books, 1971, paper.
      2. "____," Espaces Inhabitables, Tome 2, Alain DorŽmieux, ed., Casterman (France), 1973.
      3. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.

    3. Gather Blue Roses

      1. "____," The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February, 1972.
      2. "Roses Blues du Chagrin," Fiction (France), no. 227, November, 1972.
      3. "____," Wandering Stars, Jack Dann, ed., Harper & Row, 1974.
      4. "____," Wandering Stars, Jack Dann, ed., Harper & Row, 1975, paper.
      5. "____," Wandering Stars, Jack Dann, ed., The Woburn Press (UK), 1975.
      6. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.
      7. "____," Alpha (Sweden), 1980.
      8. "____," The Road to Science Fiction #4: From Here to Forever, James Gunn, ed., A Mentor Book, New American Library, 1982, paper.
      9. "Die Blaue Rose Einsamkeit," Als Alles Anders Wurde, RenŽ Oth, ed., Luchterhand Verlag (Germany), 1985, paper.
      10. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.
      11. "____," The Norton Book of Science Fiction, Ursula K. LeGuin and Brian Attebery, eds., W.W. Norton & Company, 1993, hard.

    4. Julio 204

      1. "____," New Worlds Quarterly Three, Michael Moorcock, ed., A Berkley Medallion Book, 1972, paper.
      2. "____," New Worlds Quarterly Three, Michael Moorcock, ed., Sphere Books (UK), 1972, paper.
      3. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.

    5. The Other Perceiver

      1. "____," Universe 2, Terry Carr, ed., Ace Books, 1972, paper.
      2. "Oskar," Die Zeitfalle, Terry Carr, ed., Erich Pabel Verlag (Germany), 1974, paper.
      3. "____," Universe Two, Terry Carr, ed., Dennis Dobson (UK), 1976.
      4. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.

    6. A Sense of Difference

      1. "____," And Walk Now Gently Through the Fire, Roger Elwood, ed., Chilton Book Co., 1972.
      2. "____," And Walk Now Gently Through the Fire, Roger Elwood, ed., Science Fiction Book Club, 1972.

    7. Clone Sister

      Appears in somewhat different form as part of Cloned Lives.

      1. "____," Eros in Orbit, Joseph Elder, ed., Trident Press, 1973.
      2. "____," Eros in Orbit, Joseph Elder, ed., Pocket Books, 1974, paper.
      3. "____," ________, Joseph Elder, ed., Hayakawa, 1980, paper.
      4. "____," Marriage and the Family Through Science Fiction, Val Clear, Patricia Warrick, Martin Harry Greenberg and Joseph D. Olander, eds., St. Martin's Press, 1976, hard and trade.
      5. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.
      6. "____," ________, Le Livre de Poche (France), 1980, paper.
      7. "Kloonzuster," Top SF 2, Josh Pachter, ed., Loeb, Uitgevers (Denmark), 1986, paper. Includes a new introduction by Sargent telling how she came to write the story.
      8. "Klone," Der NŠchste Schopfungstag, RenŽ Oth, ed., Luchterhand Verlag (Germany), 1987, paper.
      9. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.
      10. "____," Top Science Fiction, Volume 2, Josh Pachter, ed., Wilhelm Heyne Verlag (Germany), 1988, paper.

    8. Matthew

      1. "____," Ten Tomorrows, Roger Elwood, ed., Fawcett Gold Medal, 1973, paper.

    9. IMT

      1. "____," Two Views of Wonder, Thomas N. Scortia and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, eds., Ballantine Books, 1973, paper.
      2. "Le TIM," Femmes Au Futur, Marianne Leconte, ed., Marabout (France), 1976, paper.
      3. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.
      4. "ITM," Sirius (Serbo-Croatian), no. 59, September, 1981.

    10. Father

      Also appears as the opening section of Cloned Lives.

      1. "____," Amazing Science Fiction, February, 1974.

    11. If Ever I Should Leave You

      1. "____," Worlds of If, February, 1974.
      2. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.
      3. "____," Afterlives, Pamela Sargent and Ian Watson, eds., Vintage Books, 1986, paper. Slightly revised version.
      4. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade. Same version as that printed in Afterlives.
      5. "Wenn Ich Jemals von Dir Gehe," Das Unentdeckte Land, Pamela Sargent and Ian Watson, eds., Bastei-Luebbe (Germany), 1988, paper.
      6. "Se Mai Dovessi Lasciarti," Altre Vite, Pamela Sargent and Ian Watson, eds., Mondadori (Italy), 1990, paper.

    12. Desert Places

      1. "____," Universe 4, Terry Carr, ed., Random House, 1974.
      2. "____," Universe 4, Terry Carr, ed., Science Fiction Book Club, 1974.
      3. "____," Universe 4, Terry Carr, ed., Popular Library, 1976, paper.
      4. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.
      5. "Pustosenje," Sirius (Serbo-Croatian), no. 33, October, 1979.

    13. Friend from the Stars

      Children's story.

      1. "____," The Missing World and Other Stories, Roger Elwood, ed., Lerner Publications, 1974.

    14. The Invisible Girl

      Children's story.

      1. "____," The Killer Plants and Other Stories, Roger Elwood, ed., Lerner Publications, 1974.
      2. "____," Fins and Tales, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1977. Textbook in the Scott, Foresman Basics in Reading Series.
      3. "____," SF Sampler, anonymously edited, Educational Development Corp., 1979, paper.
      4. "____," Sea Treasures, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1977. Textbook in the Scott, Foresman Basics in Reading Series.

    15. Aunt Elvira's Zoo

      Children's story. Originally titled "Elvira's Zoo."

      1. "____," Night of the Sphinx and Other Stories, Roger Elwood, ed., Lerner Publications, 1974.
      2. "____," Rough and Ready, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1985. Textbook in the Scott, Foresman Focus: Reading for Success series reprints only the last part of the story, summarizing the first section.

    16. Bond and Free

      1. "____," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, June, 1974.
      2. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.
      3. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.

    17. Darkness of Day

      Co-written with George Zebrowski.

      1. "____," Continuum 3, Roger Elwood, ed., Berkley Publishing Corp., 1974.
      2. "____," Continuum 3, Roger Elwood, ed., A Berkley Medallion Book, 1975, paper.
      3. "____," Continuum 3, Roger Elwood, ed., Star Books (UK), 1977, paper.

    18. Shadows

      1. "____," Fellowship of the Stars: Nine Science Fiction Stories, Terry Carr, ed., Simon & Schuster, 1974.
      2. "____," Fellowship of the Stars: Nine Science Fiction Stories, Terry Carr, ed., Science Fiction Book Club, 1974.
      3. "____," Starshadows, by Pamela Sargent, Ace Books, 1977, paper.
      4. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, hard and trade.

    19. Weapons

      Co-written with George Zebrowski.

      1. "____," Dystopian Visions, Roger Elwood, ed., Prentice-Hall, 1975.
      2. "____," Dystopian Visions, Roger Elwood, ed., Robert Hale (UK), 1976.

    20. Exile

      1. "____," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, December, 1975.

    21. The Novella Race

      1. "____," Orbit 20, Damon Knight, ed., Harper & Row, 1978.
      2. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.

    22. The Renewal

      Appears in slightly different form as the opening of The Golden Space.

      1. "____," Immortal: Short Novels of the Transhuman Future, Jack Dann, ed., Harper & Row, 1978.

    23. The Summer's Dust

      Appears in slightly different form in The Golden Space.

      1. "____," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, July, 1981.
      2. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.

    24. Out of Place

      1. "____," Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine, October, 1981.
      2. "____," Magicats!, Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, eds., Ace Fantasy Books, 1984, paper.
      3. "Misplaatst," Kat SF, Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, eds., Meulenhoff Nederland BV (Denmark), 1987, paper.
      4. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.
      5. "____," Roger Caras' Treasury of Great Cat Stories, Roger Caras, ed., E.P. Dutton, 1987.
      6. "____," Roger Caras' Treasury of Great Cat Stories, Roger Caras, ed., Book-of-the-Month Club, 1987.
      7. "____," Roger Caras' Treasury of Great Cat Stories, Roger Caras, ed., E.P. Dutton, 1988, trade.
      8. "____," Roger Caras' Treasury of Great Cat Stories, Roger Caras, ed., Galahad Books, 1990.
      9. "Necista Savest Covecanstva," Sirius (Serbo-Croatian), no. 146/147, September, 1988.
      10. "Fuori Posto," Artigli e Fusa, Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, eds., Salani (Italy), 1993, hard.

    25. The Broken Hoop

      1. "____," Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine, June, 1982.
      2. "____," Top Fantasy, Josh Pachter, ed., J.M. Dent & Sons (UK), 1985. Includes a new introduction by the author telling how the story was written.
      3. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.

    26. The Shrine

      Later adapted for the television program Tales from the Darkside.

      1. "____," Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine, December, 1982.
      2. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.
      3. "____," Tales from the Darkside, Volume One, Mitchell Galin and Tom Allen, eds., Berkley Books, 1988, paper.

    27. The Falling

      Co-written with George Zebrowski.

      1. "____," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, March, 1983.

    28. The Old Darkness

      1. "____," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, July, 1983.
      2. "De Oude Duisternis," Top Horror, Josh Pachter, ed., Loeb, Uitgevers (Denmark), 1985, paper. Includes a new introduction by the author telling how the story was written.
      3. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.
      4. "____," The Best Horror Stories from the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Edward L. Ferman and Anne Jordan, eds., St. Martin's Press, 1988, hard and trade.
      5. "____," The Best Horror Stories from the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Volume 2, Edward L. Ferman and Anne Jordan, eds., St. Martin's Press, 1990, paper.
      6. "____," The Best of Modern Horror: Twenty-four Tales from the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Edward L. Ferman and Anne Jordan, eds., Viking (UK), 1989.
      7. "____," The Best of Modern Horror: Twenty-four Tales from the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Edward L. Ferman and Anne Jordan, eds., Penguin (UK), 1990, paper.

    29. Heavenly Flowers

      1. "____," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, September, 1983.
      2. "____," Isaac Asimov's Space of Her Own, Shawna McCarthy, ed., The Dial Press, 1983, hard and trade.
      3. "Blumen in Himmel," Isaac Asimov's Weltraum-Frauen 2, Shawna McCarthy, ed., Verlag Ullstein GmbH (Germany), 1986, paper.
      4. "____," Isaac Asimov's Space of Her Own (abridged edition), Shawna McCarthy, ed., Ace Books, 1989, paper.
      5. "L'Ultima Cerimonia," L'ultima Cerimonia, no. 5 in the series Asimov: Antologia di Fantascienze
        , no editor listed, Siad Edizioni (Italy), 1985, paper.
      6. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.
      7. "____," Nuclear War, Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg, eds., Ace Books, 1988, paper.

    30. Shrinker

      1. "____," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, November, 1983.
      2. "____," Tales from Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine: Short Stories for Young Adults, Sheila Williams and Cynthia Manson, eds., Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986.

    31. Fears

      1. "____," Light Years and Dark: Science Fiction and Fantasy of and for Our Time, Michael Bishop, ed., Berkley Books, 1984, paper.
      2. "____," Terry Carr's Best Science Fiction of the Year [#14], Terry Carr, ed., TOR SF, 1985, paper.
      3. "____," Best SF of the Year [#14], Terry Carr, ed., Victor Gollancz (UK), 1985, hard and trade.
      4. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.
      5. "Angst," Der Riss im Himmel, Karin Ivansics, ed., Wiener Frauenverlag (Germany), 1989, hard.
      6. "____," New Eves, Janrae Frank, Jean Stine, and Forrest J. Ackerman, eds., Longmeadow Press, 1994, hard.
      7. "____," Women of Wonder, The Contemporary Years, Pamela Sargent, ed., Harcourt Brace & Company, 1995, trade.

    32. Originals

      1. "____," Universe 15, Terry Carr, ed., Doubleday & Co., 1985.
      2. "____," Universe 15, Terry Carr, ed., TOR SF, 1987, paper.
      3. "____," Psypherboria 6, Yoshiyuki Tanaka, ed., ? (Japan), 1987, paper.
      4. "____," Power, S.M. Stirling, ed., Baen Books, 1991, paper.

    33. The Soul's Shadow

      1. "____," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, December, 1986.

    34. The Leash

      1. "____," Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine, April, 1987.

    35. The Mountain Cage

      1. "____," The Best of Pamela Sargent, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Academy Chicago, 1987, hard and trade.
      2. "____," Magicats II, Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, eds., Ace Books, 1991, paper.

    36. The Human Shore

      1. "____," Futures: The Journal of Forecasting and Planning, February, 1989.
      2. "____," Science Fiction Review, 1, Spring 1990.

    37. Strip-Runner

      Set in the background of Isaac Asimov's novel, The Caves of Steel.

      1. "____," Foundation's Friends, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., TOR Books, 1989.
      2. "____," Foundation's Friends, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., TOR books, 1990, paper.
      3. "La Corredora de Cintas," Asimov y Sus Amigos: En Torno A Fundacion, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Grijalbo (Spain), 1993, trade.
      4. "La Reine des Pistes," Les Fils de Fondation, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Presses de la Cite (France), 1993, trade.

    38. Behind the Eyes of Dreamers

      1. "____," Amazing Stories, November 1990.

    39. The Sleeping Serpent

      1. "____," Amazing Stories, January 1992.
      2. "____," What Might Have Been? Volume 4, Alternate Americas, Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg, eds., Bantam Spectra, 1992, paper.
      3. "____," What Might Have Been? Volumes III and IV, Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg, eds., Science Fiction Book Club, 1992.
      4. "____," The Road Not Taken, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Carol Publishing Co., forthcoming.

    40. Danny Goes to Mars

      Winner of the 1992 Nebula Award for short story.

      1. "____," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, October 1992.
      2. "Danny Fliegt zum Mars," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine: 41.Folge, Friedel Wahren, ed., Wilhelm Heyne Verlag (Germany), 1993, paper.
      3. "____," Nebula Awards 28, James Morrow, ed., Harcourt Brace & Company, 1994, hard and trade.
      4. "____," Hugo and Nebula Winners from Asimov's Science Fiction, Sheila Williams, ed., Wings Books, 1995, hard.

    41. Outside the Windows

      1. "____," Journeys to the Twilight Zone, Carol Serling, ed., DAW, 1993.

    42. Diana and the Djinn

      1. "____," The Further Adventures of Wonder Woman, Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Bantam, 1993, paper.

    43. Climb the Wind

      1. "____," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, March 1994.

    44. All Rights

      1. "____," Amazing Stories, Fall 1994.

    45. Big Roots

      1. "____," Return to the Twilight Zone, Carol Serling, ed., DAW, 1994, paper.

    46. It's What You Need

      1. "____," Tales from the Great Turtle, Piers Anthony and Richard Gilliam, eds., TOR, 1994, hard.
      2. "____," Tales from the Great Turtle, Piers Anthony and Richard Gilliam, eds., TOR, 1995, paper.

    47. Amphibians

      1. "____," Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1995.

    48. Ringer

      1. "____," More Phobias, Wendy Webb, Richard Gilliam, Edward E. Kramer, and Martin H. Greenberg, eds., Pocket Books, 1995, paper.

    49. Erdeni's Tiger

      1. "____," Ancient Enchantresses, Kathleen M. Massie-Ferch, Martin H. Greenberg, and Richard Gilliam, eds., DAW, 1995, paper.

    50. Dead and Naked

      1. "____," Adventures in the Twilight Zone, Carol Serling, ed., DAW, 1995, paper.

    51. Collectors

      1. "____," Castle Fantastic, John DeChancie and Martin H. Greenberg, eds., DAW, 1996, paper.

    52. Eye of Flame

      1. "____," Warrior Enchantresses, Kathleen M. Massie-Ferch and Martin H. Greenberg, eds., DAW, 1996, paper.

    53. Isles

      1. "____," Phantoms of the Night, Richard Gilliam and Martin H. Greenberg, eds., DAW, 1996, paper.

  • Forthcoming
    1. Child of Venus

      1. ____, _____________, 199_.