Compiled by Paul Tomlinson over a period of fifteen years, this bibliography
is an indispensible guide to the works of Harry Harrison.
The bibliography has been broken down into the following sections:
I - Short Stories.
All of Harrison's short stories, novellas and novelettes,
including the only published poem Ms. Found in a Bottle Washed Up On the
Shores of Time. Also listed here are shorter versions of works which were
later expanded or 'fixed up' into novel-length fiction. Every known
appearance - in anthologies, magazines and other publications - in every
language is listed chronologically. Reprints are also included. Appearances
within Harrison's own collected works are listed once under their first
appearance; details of later editions of collections are given in section
III - Collections. Where a story was accompanied by illustrations, details of the
illustrator are given where known.
II - Novels.
Appearances of novel-length works of fiction, in book form, as
part of larger collections, and in their original serialisations within
magazines. All known appearances, including reprints, in all languages are
listed chronologically. The artist of the jacket or cover artwork - or of
any interior illustrations - is given where known.
III - Collections.
Collections of Harrison's short fiction. All known
appearances, including reprints, in all languages are listed
Lists of contents are given for each collection.
IV - Anthologies Edited.
Anthologies of fiction edited - or co-edited - by
Harrison. All known appearances, including reprints, in all languages are
listed chronologically. Lists of contents are given for each anthology.
Anthologies of non-fiction are listed in section V - Non-Fiction Books.
V - Non-Fiction Books.
Non-fiction volumes written or edited by Harrison.
All known appearances, including reprints, in all languages are listed
chronologically. Lists of contents or chapter headings are given for each
VI - Reviews.
A representative selection of English language reviews -
good and bad - of Harrison's works, with brief quotes from some of the
reviews. Includes reviews of all novels, anthologies and collections, listed
alphabetically by title of the work reviewed.
VII - Non-Fiction Articles.
Harrison's shorter non-fiction writings,
including translations by Harrison of the works of other writers.
VIII - True Confessions & Men's Adventures.
An incomplete guide to
magazine articles published in the 1950s in a variety of magazines. There
are no known reference sources - this section is based on anecdotal
evidence and a list of carbon copies of Harrison's original manuscripts held
by the California State University, Fullerton.
IX - Comics.
Comics pencilled, inked and / or written by Harry Harrison. A
first attempt at providing details of these works, based on incomplete
reference sources. Also includes details of novels published in France which
were, probably, based on Harrison's stories for The Saint comic strip.
X - Unproduced Screenplays.
Film and television projects written by
Harrison which were never filmed.
XI - Adaptations.
Film, television, radio, comic book and other works based
on Harrison's writings and characters.
XII - Editorial Posts.
Magazines edited by Harrison, and a complete list of
the New English Library SF Master series, on which Harrison and Brian W.
Aldiss served as editors.
XIII - Magazine Editorials.
Editorials for magazines edited by Harrison
and guest editorials for other magazines.
XIV - Book Introductions.
Introductions by Harrison for books by other writers.
XV - Published Letters.
From Harrison's first published letter as a science
fiction fan, aged 15 to date.
XVI - Pseudonyms.
Names under which Harrison has published works as
writer or editor.
XVII - About the Author.
Biographical and autobiographical works, and
critical works about Harrison's writings.
XVIII - Bibliography.
Works providing details of published editions of
Harrison's writings in English and in translation.
XIX - The Official Harry Harrison Website.
A brief guide to the content of
this website, which contains a number of original works by and about
Harrison, as well as the full texts of some of the stories and articles
listed in the bibliography.
XX - Fanzines.
Details of the contents of two official fanzines - Make
Room! and Parallel Worlds - published between 1984 and 1995.
XXI - Miscellaneous.
Details which do not readily fit into any of the other
sections: awards; memberships of organisations; Harrison's literary agent;
In addition to these sections, there is a brief biography of Harry Harrison;
a chronology of Harrison's life and work; a foreword by Harrison himself; and
the first appearance in book form of the short story "A Dog and His Boy",
which was originally intended for publication in Harlan Ellison's Last