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Isaac Asimov.
Asimov's Mysteries.
1968

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

The Singing Bell. 1955
The Talking Stone. 1955
What's in a Name?. == Death of a Honey-Blonde. 1956
The Dying Night. 1956
Pate de Foie Gras. 1956
The Dust of Death. 1957
A Loint of Paw. 1957
I'm in Marsport Without Hilda. 1957
Marooned off Vesta. 1939
Anniversary. 1959
Obituary. 1959
Star Light. 1962
The Key. 1966
The Billiard Ball. 1967

Isaac Asimov.
The Bicentennial Man.
1976

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Waterclap. 1970
The Winnowing. 1976
The Prime of Life. 1966
Feminine Intuition. 1969
That Thou Art Mindful of Him. 1974
Stranger in Paradise. 1974
The Life and Times of Multivac. 1975
The Bicentennial Man. 1976
Marching In. 1976
Old-Fashioned. 1976
The Tercentenary Incident. 1976
Birth of a Notion. 1976

Isaac Asimov.
Buy Jupiter.
1975

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Darwinian Pool Room. 1950
Day of the Hunters. 1950
Shah Guido G.. 1951
Button, Button. 1952
The Monkey's Finger. 1952
Everest. 1953
The Pause. 1954
Let's Not. 1954
Each an Explorer. 1956
Blank!. 1957
Does a Bee Care?. 1957
Silly Asses. 1957
Buy Jupiter. 1958
A Statue for Father. 1958
Rain, Rain, Go Away. 1959
Founding Father. 1965
Exile to Hell. 1968
Key Item. 1968
The Proper Study. 1968
2430 A.D.. 1970
The Greatest Asset. 1971
Take a Match. 1972
Thiotimoline to the Stars. 1973
Light Verse. 1973

Isaac Asimov.
Earth is Room Enough.
1957

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

The Fun They Had. 1951
The Watery Place. 1956
The Dead Past. 1956
The Foundation of S.F. Success. 1954
Kid Stuff. 1953
Franchise. 1955
Gimmicks Three. == The Brazen Locked Room. 1956
Living Space. 1956
The Message. 1955
Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1951
Hell-Fire. 1956
The Last Trump. 1955
Jokester. 1956
An Immortal Bard. 1953
Someday. 1956
An Author's Ordeal. 1957
Dreaming is a Private Thing. 1955

Isaac Asimov, Groff Conklin, eds.
50 Short Science Fiction Tales.
1963

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

T.P Caravan. Random Sample. 1953
Cleve Cartmill. Oscar. 1941
Peter Cartur. The Mist. 1952
James Causey. Teething Ring. 1953
Arthur C. Clarke. The Haunted Spacesuit. == Who's There?. 1958
Mildred Clingerman. Stair Trick. 1952
Roger Dee. Unwelcome Tenant. 1950
Arthur Feldman. The Mathematicians. 1953
Jack Finney. The Third Level. 1952
Stuart Friedman. Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful!. 1952
Edward Grendon. The Figure. 1947
David Grinnell. The Rag Thing. 1951
Marion Gross. The Good Provider. 1952
Robert A. Heinlein. Columbus Was a Dope. 1947
Albert Hernhuter. Texas Week. 1954
H. B. Hickey. Hilda. 1952
W. Hilton-Young. The Choice. 1963
Damon Knight. Not With a Bang. 1950
C. M. Kornbluth. The Altar at Midnight. 1952
Fritz Leiber. A Bad Day For Sales. 1953
John Lewis. Who's Cribbing?. 1953
John D. MacDonald. Spectator Sport. 1950
Avro Manhattan. The Cricket Ball. 1955
Winston K. Marks. Double-Take. 1953
John P. McKnight. Prolog. 1951
Lion Miller. The Available Data on the Worp Reaction. 1953
Alan Nelson. Narapoia. 1951
Alan E. Nourse. Tiger by the Tail. 1951
Peter Phillips. Counter Charm. 1963
Arthur Porges. The Fly. 1952
Mack Reynolds. The Business, as Usual. 1952
Frank M. Robinson. Two Weeks in August. 1951
Edward G. Robles. See?. 1954
Eric Frank Russell. Appointment at Noon. 1954
James H. Schmitz. We Don't Want Any Trouble. 1953
The aliens don't want any trouble, and the humans are going to have to be very careful to ensure they don't get any. But that might not be enough.
Howard Schoenfeld. Built Down Logically. 1951
Robert Sheckley. The Perfect Woman. 1954
Walt Sheldon. The Hunters. 1952
Evelyn E. Smith. The Martian and The Magician. 1952
Will Stanton. Barney. 1951
Theodore Sturgeon. Talent. 1953
William Tenn. Project Hush. 1954
A. E. van Vogt. The Great Judge. 1948
Ralph Williams. Emergency Landing. 1940
S Fowler Wright. Obviously Suicide. 1951
Karen Anderson. Six Haiku. 1962
Poul Anderson. Ballade of an Artificial Satellite. 1958
Isaac Asimov. The Fun They Had. 1951
Alan Bloch. Men Are Different. 1954
Anthony Boucher. The Ambassadors. 1952
Fredric Brown. The Weapon. 1951
Idris Seabright. An Egg a Month from All Over. 1952

Isaac Asimov.
The Martian Way.
1955

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

The Martian Way. 1952
Youth. 1952
The Deep. 1952
Sucker Bait. 1954

Isaac Asimov.
Nine Tomorrows.
1959

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

The Dying Night. 1956
I'm in Marsport Without Hilda. 1957
The Feeling of Power. 1958
The Ugly Little Boy. == Lastborn. 1958
I Just Make Them Up, See!. 1958
Profession. 1957
The Gentle Vultures. 1957
All the Troubles of the World. 1958
Spell My Name with an S. == S, as in Zebatinsky. 1958
The Last Question. 1956
Rejection Slips. 1959

Isaac Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, eds.
The Science Fictional Solar System.
1979

Contents

Larry Niven. Wait It Out. 1968
Poul Anderson. Barnacle Bull. 1960
Theodore L Thomas. The Weather on the Sun. 1970
Alan E. Nourse. Brightside Crossing. 1956
Robert Sheckley. Prospector's Special. 1959
Isaac Asimov. Waterclap. 1970
Terry Carr. Hop-Friend. 1962
James Blish. Bridge. 1952
Arthur C. Clarke. Saturn Rising. 1961
Fritz Leiber. The Snowbank Orbit. 1962
Alexei Panshin. One Sunday in Neptune. 1969
Robert F. Young. Nikita Eisenhower Jones. 1960
Duncan Lunan. The Comet, the Cairn and the Capsule. 1972

Isaac Asimov.
Through a Glass, Clearly.
1967

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Belief. 1953
Breeds There a Man...?. 1951
C-Chute. 1951
It's Such a Beautiful Day. 1954

Isaac Asimov, ed.
Tomorrow's Children.
1966

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

William Lee. Junior Achievement. 1964
James H. Schmitz. Novice. 1962
15 year-old genius Telzey Amberdon discovers she is a xenotelepath when she visits Jontarou with her pet Tick-Tock, and encounters the natives
Jerome Bixby. It's a GOOD Life. 1953
Robert A. Heinlein. The Menace from Earth. 1957
Stephen Vincent Benet. Place of the Gods. == By the Waters of Babylon. 1937
Margaret St Clair. Child of Void. 1949
Will F. Jenkins. The Litle Terror. 1953
Lewis Padgett. When the Bough Breaks. 1944
Clifford D. Simak. No Life of Their Own. 1959
Ray Bradbury. All Summer in a Day. 1954
The Ugly Little Boy. == Lastborn. 1958
Philip K. Dick. The Father-Thing. 1954
Gertrude Freidberg. The Wayward Cravat. 1958
Mark Clifton. Star Bright. 1952
Damon Knight. Cabin Boy. 1951
Zenna Henderson. Gilead. 1954
Fritz Leiber. A Pail of Air. 1951
Robert Sheckley. The Accountant. 1954

Isaac Asimov.
The Winds of Change.
1983

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Belief. 1953
About Nothing. 1977
A Perfect Fit. 1981
Death of a Foy. 1980
Fair Exchange?. 1979
For the Birds. 1980
Found!. 1978
Good Taste. 1976
How It Happened. 1979
Ideas Die Hard. 1957
Ignition Point!. 1981
It Is Coming. 1979
The Last Answer. 1980
The Last Shuttle. 1981
Lest We Remember. 1982
Nothing for Nothing. 1979
One Night of Song. 1982
The Smile That Loses. 1982
Sure Thing. 1977
To Tell at a Glance. 1977
The Winds of Change. 1982

Isaac Asimov.
The Union Club Mysteries.
Granada. 1980

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

No Refuge Could Save. == To Spot a Spy. 1980
The Telephone Number. == The Winning Number. 1980
The Men Who Wouldn't Talk. == Pigeon English. 1980
A Clear Shot. == Big Shot. 1980
Irresistable to Women. == Call Me Irresistable. 1981
He Wasn't There. == The Spy Who Was Out-of-Focus. 1981
The Thin Line. == Taxicab Crackdown. 1981
Mystery Tune. == Death Song. 1981
Hide and Seek. 1981
Gift. == Decipher Deception. 1981
Hot or Cold. 1981
The Thirteenth Page. 1981
1 to 999. == One in a Thousand. 1981
Twelve Years Old. == The 12-Year-Old Problem. 1981
Testing, Testing!. == Cloak and Dagger Duel. 1981
The Appleby Story. == The Last Laugh. 1981
Dollars and Cents. == Countdown to Disaster. 1982
Friends and Allies. == Mirror Image. 1982
Which is Which?. == The Perfect Alibi. 1982
The Sign. == The Telltale Sign. 1982
Catching the Fox. == Stopping the Fox. 1982
Getting the Combination. == Playing It by the Numbers. 1982
The Library Book. == Mystery Book. 1982
The Three Goblets. == A Flash of Brilliance. 1982
Spell It!. == Book Smart. 1982
Two Women. == Cherchez la Femme: the Case of the Disappearing Woman. 1982
Sending a Signal. == A Piece of the Rock. 1982
The Favourite Piece. == Face the Music. 1982
Half a Ghost. == A Ghost of a Chance. 1983
There Was a Young Lady. == Poetic License. 1983

Isaac Asimov.
Azazel.
Bantam. 1982

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

One Night of Song. 1982
The Smile That Loses. 1982
The Two-Centimeter Demon. 1988
To the Victor. 1982
The Dim Rumble. 1982
Saving Humanity. 1983
A Matter of Principle. 1983
The Evil Drink Does. 1984
Writing Time. 1984
Dashing Through the Snow. 1984
Logic Is Logic. 1985
He Travels the Fastest. 1985
The Eye of the Beholder. 1985
More Things in Heaven and Earth. 1986
The Mind's Construction. 1986
The Fights of Spring. 1986
Galatea. 1987
Flight of Fancy. 1988

Isaac Asimov.
Gold.
HarperCollins Voyager. 1996

rating : 3 : worth reading
review : 28 June 1998

The final collection of Asimov's uncollected science fiction short stories and essays -- the last fantasy stories are similarly collected in Magic -- published after his death in 1992. (This makes the line 'Even death, it seems, won't stop us, since Heinlein has already published a posthumous book' in the essay "Inventing a Universe" all the more poignant.)

Part One: The Final Stories
The stories' range are classic Asimov, ranging from insightful tales to dreadful puns. Many seem to focus on the travails of being an author.
Part Two: On Science Fiction
The essays are all to do with science fiction in some regard: how it got its name, the effect it has had on society, how to write it. There are some short autobiographical and historical pieces, and also various introductions from anthologies. [It would have been polite of the publishers to have noted this fact at the beginning of each piece, to put it in context, and to save the momentary confusion at the end when it says 'so I hope you enjoy the following 50 new stories about time-travelling robot alien invaders from the third moon of Neptune', or whatever.]
Part Three: On Writing Science Fiction
Mainly editorials from his magazine.

Contents

Cal. 1990
Cal the robot wants to be a writer. His owner is supportive, to start with...
Left to Right. 1987
pun
Frustration. 1991
A strategist is frustrated by his failure to get a computer model of a winnable war. The programmer knows why.
Hallucination. 1995
Sam Chase has been sent as an apprentice to Energy Planet by the Central Computer. But he's more interested in neurophysiology.
The Instability. 1989
Travelling back from the future might not be so easy.
Alexander the God. 1995
Alexander's purpose-built computer was well on its way to helping him rule the planet.
In the Canyon. 1995
A letter home from Mars.
Good-bye to Earth. 1989
Space stations have delicate ecologies.
Battle-Hymn. 1995
Winning an important vote through song.
Feghoot and the Courts. 1995
pun
Fault-Intolerant. 1990
The ideal word processor for the technophobic writer?
Kid Brother. 1990
When you are allowed only one child, may a robot would make a good companion? [This reminded me in some ways of Asimov's earlier "Robbie".]
The Nations in Space. 1995
Can you harm another without harming yourself? [The ending "moral" was heavy handed, and completely unnecessary.]
The Smile of the Chipper. 1989
A novel employment interview [which also reminded me in some ways of Asimov's earlier "I'm in Marsport Without Hilda"].
Gold. 1991
A science fiction writer convinces a famous compu-dramatist to make a version of one of his books. [The book in question is clearly The Gods Themselves.]
The Longest Voyage. 1983
Inventing a Universe. 1990
Flying Saucers and Science Fiction. 1982
Invasion. 1995
The Science Fiction Blowgun. 1995
The Robot Chronicles. 1990
Golden Age Ahead. 1979
The All-Human Galaxy. 1983
Psychohistory. 1988
Science Fiction Series. 1986
Survivors. 1987
Nowhere!. 1983
Outsiders, Insiders. 1986
Science Fiction Anthologies. 1981
The Influence of Science Fiction. 1981
Women and Science Fiction. 1983
Religion and Science Fiction. 1984
Time-Travel. 1984
Plotting. 1989
Metaphor. 1989
Ideas. 1990
Suspense. 1991
Serials. 1980
The Name of Our Field. 1978
Hints. 1979
Writing for Young People. 1986
Names. 1984
Originality. 1986
Book Reviews. 1981
What Writers Go Through. 1981
Revisions. 1982
Irony. 1984
Plagiarism. 1985
Symbolism. 1985
Prediction. 1989
Best-Seller. 1983
Pseudonyms. 1984
Dialog. 1985

Isaac Asimov.
Magic.
HarperCollins Voyager. 1996

rating : 4.5 : passes the time
review : 29 August 1998

The final collection of Asimov's uncollected fantasy short stories and essays -- the last science fiction stories are similarly collected in Gold -- published after his death in 1992.

Part One: The Final Fantasy Stories
Most of the fiction is about George and his demon Azazel -- which personally I do not find appealing.
Part Two: On Fantasy
Some short-short essays on how Asimov doesn't really write fantasy, except when he does. These are all rather too short to develop a theme.
Part Three: Beyond Fantasy
Probably the strongest part of the collection. This includes the interesting Lost in Non-Translation, and Thinking About Thinking, both against racism.

Contents

Thinking about Thinking. 1989
To Your Health. 1989
The Critic on the Hearth. 1992
It's a Job. 1991
Baby, It's Cold Outside. 1991
The Time Traveller. 1990
Wine Is a Mocker. 1990
The Mad Scientist. 1989
The Fable of the Three Princes. 1987
Conventional fairy tale of three brothers attempting to win the hand of a cold-hearted princess.
March Against the Foe. 1994
Various slight 'George and Azazel' stories
Northwestward. 1989
A Tale of the Black Widowers
Prince Delightful and the Flameless Dragon. 1991
Minor twist on the "wicked fairy at the christening" tale.
Magic. 1985
Sword and Sorcery. 1986
Concerning Tolkien. 1991
In Days of Old. 1985
Giants in the Earth. 1985
When Fantasy Became Fantasy. 1982
The Reluctant Critic. 1978
The Unicorn. 1986
Unknown. 1987
Extraordinary Voyages. 1978
Fairy Tales. 1985
Dear Judy-Lynn. 1986
Fantasy. 1984
Reading and Writing. 1990
The Right Answer. 1996
Ignorance in America. 1989
Knock Plastic!. 1989
Lost in Non-Translation. 1989
How two particular bible parables (Ruth and Naomi, and the Good Samaritan) fail to mean to us today what they should, because the key central point about the 'race' of the hero in each has not been translated.
Look Long Upon a Monkey. 1989

Isaac Asimov, ed.
Before the Golden Age 1.
1974

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Edmond Hamilton. The Man Who Evolved. 1931
Neil R. Jones. The Jameson Satellite. 1931
Capt S. P. Meek. Submicroscopic. 1931
Capt S. P. Meek. Awlo Of Ulm. 1931
P. Schuyler Miller. Tetrahedra of Space. 1931
Clifford D. Simak. The World of the Red Sun. 1931

Isaac Asimov, ed.
Before the Golden Age 2.
1975

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Charles R Tanner. Tumithak of the Corridors. 1931
Jack Williamson. The Moon Era. 1931
Laurence Manning. The Man Who Awoke. 1933
Charles R Tanner. Tumithak in Shawm. 1933

Isaac Asimov, ed.
Before the Golden Age 3.
1975

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Donald Wandrei. Colossus. 1934
Jack Williamson. Born of the Sun. 1934
Murray Leinster. Sidewise in Time. 1934
Raymond Z. Gallun. Old Faithful. 1934
Stanley G. Weinbaum. Parasite Planet. 1935
Ham Hammond trades xixtchil spore-pods in the dangerous Venusian swamps. Made homeless by a mudspout, he and the hostile Pat Burlingame have a perilous hike out of the Hotlands ahead of them.
Murray Leinster. Proxima Centauri. 1935
Edmond Hamilton. The Accursed Galaxy. 1935

Isaac Asimov, ed.
Before the Golden Age 4.
1975

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Henry Hasse. He Who Shrank. 1936
Leslie Frances Stone. The Human Pets of Mars. 1936
John W. Campbell Jr. The Brain Stealers of Mars. 1936
Edmond Hamilton. Devolution. 1936
Big Game. 1974
John W. Campbell Jr. Other Eyes Watching. 1937
John D. Clark. Minus Planet. 1937
Nat Schachner. Past, Present, and Future. 1937
Ross Rocklynne. The Men and the Mirror. 1938

Isaac Asimov.
The Casebook of the Black Widowers.
1980

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

The Cross of Lorraine. 1976
The Family Man. == A Case of Income Tax Fraud. 1976
The Sports Page. 1977
Second Best. 1980
The Missing Item. 1977
The Next Day. 1978
Irrelevance!. == A Matter of Irrelevance. 1979
None So Blind. 1979
The Backward Look. 1979
What Time is It?. 1980
Middle Name. 1980
To the Barest. 1979

Isaac Asimov.
More Tales of the Black Widowers.
1976

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

When No Man Pursueth. 1974
Quicker Than the Eye. 1974
The Iron Gem. 1974
The Three Numbers. == All in the Way You Read It. 1974
Nothing Like Murder. 1974
No Smoking. == Confessions of an American Cigarette Smoker. 1974
Season's Greetings!. 1976
The One and Only East. 1975
Earthset and Evening Star. 1975
Friday the Thirteenth. 1975
The Unabridged. 1976
The Ultimate Crime. 1976

Isaac Asimov.
Tales of the Black Widowers.
1974

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

The Acquisitive Chuckle. 1972
Ph as in Phony. == The Phony Ph.D.. 1972
Truth to Tell. == The Man Who Never Told a Lie. 1972
Go, Little Book!. == The Matchbook Collector. 1972
Early Sunday Morning. == The Biological Clock. 1973
The Obvious Factor. 1973
The Pointing Finger. 1973
Miss What?. == A Warning to Miss Earth. 1973
The Lullaby of Broadway. 1974
Yankee Doodle Went to Town. 1974
The Curious Omission. 1974
Out of Sight. == Six Suspects. 1973

Isaac Asimov.
Banquets of the Black Widowers.
Grafton. 1980

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Sixty Million Trillion Combinations. 1980
The Woman in the Bar. 1980
The Driver. 1984
The Good Samaritan. 1980
The Year of the Action. 1980
Can You Prove It?. 1981
The Phoenician Bauble. 1982
A Monday in April. 1983
Neither Brute nor Human. 1984
The Redhead. 1984
The Wrong House. 1984
The Intrusion. 1984

Isaac Asimov.
The Early Asimov Volume 1.
1972

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

The Callistan Menace. 1939
Ring Around the Sun. 1940
The Magnificent Possession. 1940
Trends. 1939
The Weapon Too Dreadful to Use. 1939
Black Friar of the Flame. 1942
Half-Breed. 1940
The Secret Sense. 1941

Isaac Asimov, ed.
The Early Asimov Volume 2.
1972

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Heredity. 1941
History. 1941
Christmas on Ganymede. 1942
The Imaginary. 1942
Homo Sol. 1940
Half-Breeds on Venus. 1940
Isaac Asimov, Frederik Pohl. The Little Man on the Subway. 1950
The Hazing. 1942
Super-Neutron. 1941
Not Final!. 1941
Legal Rites. 1950
Time Pussy. 1942

Isaac Asimov.
The Early Asimov Volume 3.
1972

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Author! Author!. 1964
The Endochronic Properties of Resublimated Thiotimoline. 1948
Death Sentence. 1943
Blind Alley. 1945
No Connection. 1948
The Red Queen's Race. 1949
Mother Earth. 1949

Isaac Asimov.
Fantastic Voyage.
Corgi. 1966

(read but not reviewed)

Novelisation of the film.

Isaac Asimov, ed.
The New Hugo Winners Volume II.
Baen. 1992

Contents

Greg Bear. Tangents. 1986
An old mathematician and a young boy contact the fourth dimension, with music.
Roger Zelazny. Permafrost. 1986
Roger Zelazny. 24 Views of Mount Fuji, by Hokusai. 1985
Harlan Ellison. Paladin of the Lost Hour. 1985
Frederik Pohl. Fermi and Frost. 1985
Robert Silverberg. Gilgamesh in the Outback. 1986
Orson Scott Card. Eye for Eye. 1988
Ursula K. Le Guin. Buffalo Gals, Won't You Come Out Tonight. 1987
Lawrence Watt-Evans. Why I Left Harry's All-Night Hamburgers. 1987

Isaac Asimov, ed.
The Hugo Winners Volume One 1962-1967.

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Jack Vance. The Dragon Masters. 1962
Poul Anderson. No Truce with Kings. 1963
Gordon R. Dickson. Soldier, Ask Not. 1964
Harlan Ellison. "Repent, Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman. 1965
Jack Vance. The Last Castle. 1966
Larry Niven. Neutron Star. 1966

Isaac Asimov, ed.
The Hugo Winners Volume Two 1968-1970.

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Anne McCaffrey. Weyr Search. 1967
Philip Jose Farmer. Riders of the Purple Wage. 1967
Fritz Leiber. Gonna Roll the Bones. 1967
Harlan Ellison. I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream. 1967
Robert Silverberg. Nightwings. 1968
Poul Anderson. The Sharing of Flesh. 1968
Harlan Ellison. The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World. 1968
Samuel R. Delany. Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones. 1969

Isaac Asimov.
Nightfall One.
1969

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Nightfall. 1941
Hostess. 1951
Breeds There a Man...?. 1951
Green Patches. == Misbegotten Missionary. 1950
C-Chute. 1951

Isaac Asimov.
Nightfall Two.
1969

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Eyes Do More Than See. 1965
The Machine That Won the War. 1961
What If -. 1952
It's Such a Beautiful Day. 1954
'In a Good Cause-'. 1951
Sally. 1953
Flies. 1953
'Nobody Here But -'. 1953
Strikebreaker. == Male Strikebreaker. 1957
Insert Knob A in Hole B. 1957
The Up-to-Date Sorcerer. 1958
Unto the Fourth Generation. 1959
What is This Thing Called Love?. == Playboy and the Slime God. 1961
My Son, the Physicist. 1962
Segregationist. 1967

Isaac Asimov.
I, Robot.
1950

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Little Lost Robot. 1947
Runaround. 1942
Liar!. 1941
Robbie. == Strange Playfellow. 1940
Reason. 1941
Catch That Rabbit. 1944
Escape!. 1945
Evidence. 1946
The Evitable Conflict. 1950

Isaac Asimov.
The Rest of the Robots.
1964

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1951
Lenny. 1958
Robot AL-76 Goes Astray. 1942
Victory Unintentional. 1942
First Law. 1956
Let's Get Together. 1957
Risk. 1955
Galley Slave. 1957

Isaac Asimov, ed.
Where Do We Go From Here? 2.

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Pate de Foie Gras. 1956
Larry Niven. Neutron Star. 1966
H. Beam Piper. Omnilingual. 1957
Arthur C. Clarke. The Deep Range. 1954
William Morrison. Country Doctor. 1953
Walter S. Tevis. The Big Bounce. 1958
Jerome Bixby. The Holes Around Mars. 1954
James E. Gunn. The Cave of Night. 1955
Hal Clement. Dust Rag. 1956

Isaac Asimov, ed.
Where Do We Go From Here? 1.
1971

(read but not reviewed)

Contents

Robert A. Heinlein. '--- And He Built a Crooked House'. 1940
Fun with tesseracts
A. J. Deutsch. A Subway Named Mobius. 1950
James Blish. Surface Tension. 1952
Milton A. Rothman. Heavy Planet. 1939
John W. Campbell Jr. Night. 1935
Stanley G. Weinbaum. A Martian Odyssey. 1934
The first expedition to Mars finds many strange and wonderful alien creatures, including the intelligent Tweel
Hal Clement. Proof. 1971
Lester del Rey. The Day Is Done. 1939