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ALLEN STEELE BIBLIOGRAPHY

(Updated August 2013
)

| NOVELS | NOVELELLAA | COLLECTIONS | NON-FICTION |SHORT FICTION | SELECTED ESSAYS |

NOVELS:

The Jericho Iteration (Ace, 1994)
The Tranquillity Alternative (Ace, 1995)
Oceanspace (Ace, 2000)
Chronospace (Ace, 2001)
Apollo’s Outcasts (Pyr, forthcoming 2012)
V-S Day (Ace, 2014)

Near-Space Series

Orbital Decay (Ace, 1989)
Clarke County, Space (Ace, 1990)
Lunar Descent (Ace, 1991)
Labyrinth of Night (Ace, 1992)
A King of Infinite Space (Harper-Prism, 1997)

Coyote Trilogy:

Coyote (Ace, 2002)
Coyote Rising (Ace, 2004
Coyote Frontier (Ace, 2005)

Coyote Chronicles:

Coyote Horizon (Ace, 2009)
Coyote Destiny (Ace, 2010)

Coyote Universe:

Spindrift (Ace, 2007)
Galaxy Blues (Ace, 2008)
Hex (Ace, 2011)

NOVELLAS:

The Weight (Legend, 1995)
The River Horses (Subterranean Press, 2007)
Angel of Europa (Subterranean, 2011)

COLLECTIONS:

Rude Astronauts (Old Earth, 1992)
All-American Alien Boy (Old Earth, 1996)
Sex and Violence in Zero-G: The Complete Near-Space Stories (Meisha Merlin, 1998)
American Beauty (Five Star, 2003)
The Last Science Fiction Writer (Subterranean Press, 2008)

NON-FICTION:

Primary Ignition: Essays 1997-2001 (Wildside, 2003)

SHORT FICTION
Reprint Abbreviations:
RA-Rude Astronauts
AAAB-All-American Alien Boy
SV- Sex and Violence in Zero-G
AB-American Beauty
LSFW-Last Science Foction Writer

“Operation Blue Horizon”; Worcester Monthly, Sept. `88 (revised as “Goddard’s People”)
“Live from the Mars Hotel”; Asimov’s, mid-Dec. `88 RA/SV
“Free Beer and the William Casey Society”; Asimov’s, Feb. `89 RA/SV
“John Harper Wilson”; Asimov’s, June `89 RA-SV
“Winter Scenes from the Cold War”; Worcester Monthly, Mar. `89 RA
“Red Planet Blues”; Asimov’s, Sept. `89 (revised as Part One of Labyrinth of Night)
“Ride to Live, Live to Ride”; Asimov’s, Nov. `89 (excerpt from Orbital Decay)
“Trembling Earth”; Asimov’s, Nov. `90 RA
“Hapgood’s Hoax”; Asimov’s, mid-Dec. `90 RA
“Goddard’s People”; Asimov’s, July `91/What Might Have Been, Vol. III, Bantam, `91 RA
“Mecca”; Isaac’s Universe, Vol. II, Avon `91
“The Return of Weird Frank”; Asimov’s, Dec. `91 RA/SV
“Sugar’s Blues”; Asimov’s, Feb. `92 RA/SV
“Graceland”; Asimov’s, Tales of Riverworld, Warner, `92 AAAB
“Walking on the Moon”, Rude Astronauts, 1992 RA/SV
“Mudzilla’s Last Stand”; Asimov’s, Jan. `93 AAAB
“Talk Show”; Balticon program book, Apr. `93
“Hunting Wabbit”; SF Age, May `93 AAAB
“Lost in the Shopping Mall”; Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct./Nov. `93 AAAB
“Whinin’ Boy Blues”; Asimov’s, Feb `94 AAAB
‘Shepherd Moon”; Fantasy & Science Fiction, June `94 SV
“2,437 UFOs Over New Hampshire”; Alien Made Pregnant by Elvis, DAW `94 AAAB
“See Rock City”; Omni, `94 AAAB
“Riders in the Sky”; Alternate Outlaws, Tor `95 AAAB
“The Weight”; hardcover novella, Legend, U.K., 1995; revised version, SV
“Jonathan Livingstone Seaslug”; SF Age, Feb. `95 AAAB
“The War Memorial”; Asimov’s, Sept. `95 SV
“The Death of Captain Future”; Asimov’s, Oct. `95 SV
“Working for Mister Chicago”; Absolute Magnitude, Fall `95 SV
“The Good Rat”; Analog, mid-Dec. `95 AAAB
“Kronos”; SF Age, Jan. `96 SV
“Doblin’s Lecture”; Pirate Writings, Spring `96 AAAB
“A Letter from St. Louis”; The War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches, Bantam `96 AAAB
“Missing Time”; Worcester Magazine, Sept. 25, `96 AB
“`…Where Angels Fear to Tread’”; Asimov’s, Oct./Nov. `97 (revised as Part Two of Chronospace)
“The Flying Triangle”; Bending the Landscape: Science Fiction, Overlook, `98 SV
“Zwarte Piet’s Tale”; Analog, `Dec. `98 SV
“Her Own Private Sitcom”; Analog, Jan. `99 AB
“The Exile of Evening Star”; Asimov’s, Jan. `99 SV
“Green Acres”; SF Age, Mar. `99 AB
“0.0-G Sex: A User’s Guide”; Sex and Violence in Zero-G, 2000
“Agape Among the Robots”; Analog, May `00; Imagination Fully Dilated, Vol. II; IFD Publishing, `00 AB
“The Boid Hunt”; Star Colonies, DAW `00 (revised as Part Five of Coyote)
“Warning, Warning”; Fantastic, Spring `00 AB
“Stealing Alabama”; Asimov’s, Jan. `02 (revised as Part One of Coyote)
“The Fine Art of Watching”; Analog, Feb. `01 (as by “John Mulherin”) AB
“The Days Between”; Asimov’s, Mar. `01 (revised as Part Two of Coyote)
“Tom Swift and His Humongous Mechanical Dude”; Fantasy & Science Fiction, June `01 AB
“Coming to Coyote”; “Asimov’s, July `01 (revised as Part Three of Coyote)
“Liberty Journals” Asimov’s, Oct./Nov. `01 (revised as Part Four of Coyote)
“Jake and the Enemy”; Oceans of the Mind, Fall `01 AB
“Across the Eastern Divide”; Asimov’s, Feb. `02 (revised as Part Six of Coyote)
“Lonesome and a Long Way From Home”; Asimov’s, June `02 (revised as Part Seven of Coyote)
“A Walk Across Mars”; Mars Probes, DAW `02 AB
“Glorious Destiny”; Asimov’s `02 (Revised as Part Eight of Coyote)
“The Teb Hunter”; Witpunk, Four Walls Eight Windows, `02 LSFW
“The Mad Woman of Shuttlefield; Asimov’s, May `03 (revised as Part One of Coyote Rising)
“Benjamin the Unbeliever”; Asimov’s, Aug. `03 (revised as Part Two of Coyote Rising)
“The Garcia Narrows Bridge”; Asimov’s, Jan. `04 (revised as Part Three of Coyote Rising)
“Thompson’s Ferry”; Asimov’s, Mar. `04 (revised as Part Four of Coyote Rising)
“High Roller”; Cosmic Tales; Baen, 2004 LSFW
“Incident at Goat Kill Creek”; Asimov’s, Apr./May `04 (revised as Part Five of Coyote Rising)
“Moreau2”; Analog, July `04 LSFW
“Shady Grove”; Asimov’s, July `04 (revised as Part Six of Coyote Rising)
“Liberation Day”; Asimov’s, Oct./Nov. `04 (revised as Part Seven of Coyote Rising)
“Home of the Brave”; Asimov’s, Dec. `04 (revised as Part Eight of Coyote Rising)
“An Incident at the Luncheon of the Boating Party”; Eeriecon chapbook, `05; Fantasy and Science Fiction, Dec. `05 LSFW
“The War of Dogs and Boids”; Amazon.com (Amazon Shorts series), Aug. `05 LSFW
“Hail to the Chief”; Future Washington, Washington Science Fiction Association, `05 LSFW
“World Without End, Amen”; Asimov’s, Jan. `06 LSFW
“Take Me Back to Old Tennessee”; Millenium 3001, DAW, `06 LSFW
“The Last Science Fiction Writer”; Subterranean Stories, July `06 LSFW
“Walking Star”; Forbidden Planets, Science Fiction Book Club, `06 (revised as Part Two of Coyote Horizon)
“Escape From Earth”; Escape From Earth: New Adventures, Science Fiction Book Club, `06 LSFW
“The River Horses”; Asimov’s, April/May `07
“The Other Side of Jordan”; Federations, Prime Books, `09
“The Jekyll Island Horror”; Asimov’s, Jan. `10
“The Emperor of Mars”; Asimov’s, June ‘10
“The Great Galactic Ghoul”; Analog, Oct. `10
“The Zoo Team”; Analog, Analog, Nov. `10
“The Observation Post”; Asimov’s, Sept. `11
“Alive and Well, A Long Way From Anywhere”; Asimov’s July `12
“The Big Whale”; Rip-Off!, `13
“Ticking”; Solaris Rising 2, Solaris Books, `13
“Sixteen Million Leagues from Versailles”; Analog, Oct. `13
“Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun”; TRSF 2, Oct. `13
“Locomotive Joe and the Space Train”; Impossible Futures, forthcoming
“Martian Blood”; Old Mars anthology, `13
“The Heiress of Air”; Raygun Chronicles: Space Opera for a New Age, forthcoming
“Frogheads”; Old Venus anthology, `14

SELECTED ESSAYS
Reprint abbreviation:
PI – Primary Ignition

“The Launch Pad on the Kitchen Table”; Journal Wired, Summer/Fall `90
“Hard Again”; The New York Review of Science Fiction, June `92
“The Flood in the Global Village”; unpublished, July `93; PI
“36-Minus-11”; Locus, August `94
“SF’s Cinematic Sentinel”; SF Age, May `95
“SF vs. the Thing”; The New York Review of Science Fiction, Sept. `95/Oct. `95
“Artifacts of the Future”; Absolute Magnitude, Spring `97 PI
“The Merchants of Mars”; Absolute Magnitude, Fall/Winter `97 PI
“Cape Canaveral Diary”; Absolute Magnitude, Spring `98 PI
“Bennett Cerf Asks: Do You Have A Restless Urge To Write?” Absolute Magnitude, Summer
`98 PI
“Dispatch from the Radjah Club”; Absolute Magnitude, Summer `99 PI
“Leap of Faith”; Absolute Magnitude, Winter `99 PI
“`And Now, Our Lead Story…’”; Absolute Magnitude, Spring `00 PI
“Dispatch from Tucson”; Absolute Magnitude, Summer `00 PI
“Road Trip for Rockets `84”; Artemis, Summer `00 PI
“Getting It Right”; Science Fiction Chronicle, Oct./Nov. `00
“The Tourist Trap”; Artemis, Spring `01 PI
“Jake’s Last Stand”; Absolute Magnitude, Fall `01 PI
“The Curse of Hugo Gernsback”; Science Fiction Chronicle, March `01
“Cognitive Dissonance in Las Vegas”; Absolute Magnitude, Spring `01 PI
“Facing Mars”; Absolute Magnitude, Summer `01 PI
“Long Time Coming”; Artemis, Summer `01 PI
“Mr. Steele Goes to Washington”; Artemis, Summer `01 PI
“Written Testimony to the Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics, Committee on Science,
U.S. House of Representatives”; Artemis, Summer `01 PI
“Oral Testimony on Space Exploration to the House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics”;
Science Fiction Chronicle, July `01
“Estimated Prophet”; Artemis, Spring `02 PI
“The End of the Century”; Absolute Magnitude, Summer `02 PI
“Stealing Ellison”; Science Fiction Chronicle, May `02
“Moon Age Daydreams”; Artemis, Summer `02
“Shepard’s Balls”; Artemis, Winter `03
“Doomsday 1933: When Worlds Collide Reconsidered”; The New York Review of Science
Fiction, April `04
“Moon Age Daydreams”; Return to the Moon; Apogee, `05 (NOTE: abridged reprint of above)
“Conversations With Hal”; Hal’s Worlds; Wildside, `05
“All Our Tomorrows: The Shared Universe of Star Trek”; Boarding the Enterprise, BenBella `06
“Mad Science and Machine Guns: Doc Savage Revisited”; The New York Review of Science Fiction, Sept. `08
“Writing `Graceland’”; Farmerphile, Jan. `09

 
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