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Primary Bibliography

     This bibliography endeavors to list all of Clarke's works in various categories, beginning with his creative works — novels, short story collections and omnibuses, screenplays and plays, short fiction, poetry, artwork, and works as editor, advisor, or consultant; moving on nonfiction - books and collections, articles, reviews, introductions and afterwords, letters, and interviews and transcribed conversations; and concluding with film and television appearances, and books and stories, music, and films, television programs, and computer games based on his works. I exclude audiobooks, podcasts, and video interviews featuring Clarke. A final section offers a secondary bibliography of books and articles entirely or primarily about Clarke's writings.

     I cannot be confident that this bibliography is complete, or completely accurate, since Clarke's career represents, for several reasons, a bibliographer's nightmare: he wrote incessantly throughout his life; he regularly produced items for minor or obscure publications that are rarely available in libraries; he constantly provided new introductions or afterwords to republications of books and stories that can easily escape notice; he sometimes republished his works under different titles or in slightly revised or edited forms; and he made little or no effort to keep track of his own activities, so that, for example, it may forever be impossible to provide a comprehensive listing of his television appearances. Even David N. Samuelson's valuable and seemingly comprehensive bibliography, while extremely helpful in compiling this bibliography, contained a number of omissions and errors, and while I have corrected the errors I noticed, others may have gone undetected. Further, Samuelson cannot assist anyone dealing with his post-1980 works, and no other scholar to my knowledge has attempted to compile a comprehensive bibliography of these more recent texts.

     Overall, I have done the best that I could, with limited time available, as my energies were focused on writing a book about Clarke's science fiction, not compiling a definitive Clarke bibliography. I will also be making no effort to expand or update this bibliography after it is posted, so it will be up to other scholars to achieve further improvements in its coverage.

I. Novels

1951: Prelude to Space: A Compellingly Realistic Novel of Interplanetary Flight. Galaxy Science Fiction Novel #3. New York: World Editions, 1951. 160 pp.
Revised and republished as Prelude to Space. London: Sedgwick and Jackson, 1953. 176 pp. New York: Gnome Press, 1954. 191 pp.
Republished as Master of Space. New York: Lancer Books, 1961. 158 pp.
Republished as The Space Dreamers. New York: Lancer Books, 1969. 158 pp.

The Sands of Mars. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1951. 219 pp.
Republished as Sands of Mars. New York: Gnome Press, 1952. 216 pp.

1952: Islands in the Sky. Philadelphia and Toronto: John C. Winston, 1952. 209 pp. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1952. 190 pp.

1953: Against the Fall of Night. New York: Gnome Press, 1953. 223 pp.
Originally published in Startling Stories, 18 (November, 1948), 11-70.

Childhood's End. New York: Ballantine, 1953. 218 pp. Expansion of "Guardian Angel."
Republished with revised "Prologue," now only identified as its first chapter. London: Pan Macmillan, 1990. 200 pp.
Original "Prologue" restored, again identified as the first chapter, with the revised version included as an untitled appendix. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2001. 240 pp.

1955: Earthlight. New York: Ballantine, 1955. 155 pp.
Revision and expansion of "Earthlight."

1956: The City and the Stars. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1956. 310 pp.
Revision and expansion of Against the Fall of Night.

1957: The Deep Range. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1957. 238 pp.
Revision and expansion of "The Deep Range."

1961: A Fall of Moondust. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. 1961. 248 pp.

1963: Dolphin Island: A Story of the People of the Sea. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1963. 186 pp.
Also serialized in Worlds of Tomorrow, 1 (April, 1963), 6-56, and (June, 1963), 114-162.

Glide Path. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1963. 229 pp.

1968: 2001: A Space Odyssey. New York: New American Library, 1968. 221 pp. "Based on a screenplay by Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke."

1973: Rendezvous with Rama. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. 303 pp.

1975: Imperial Earth: A Fantasy of Love and Discord. London: Victor Gollancz, 1975. 287 pp.
Republished as Imperial Earth. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976. 275 pp.

1979: The Fountains of Paradise. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979. 245 pp.

1982: 2010: Odyssey Two. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1982. 291 pp.

1986: The Songs of Distant Earth. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1986. 257 pp.
Expansion of "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1958) and "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1981).

1987: 2061: Odyssey Three. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1987. 279 pp.

1988: Cradle. (With Gentry Lee) New York: Warner, 1988. 293 pp. Written entirely by Lee, with ideas and input from Clarke.

1989: Rama II. (With Gentry Lee) New York: Bantam, 1989. 421 pp. Written entirely by Lee, with ideas and input from Clarke.

1990: The Ghost from the Grand Banks. New York: Bantam, 1990. 274 pp.

1991: The Garden of Rama. (With Gentry Lee) New York: Bantam, 1991. 441 pp. Written entirely by Lee, with ideas and input from Clarke.

1993: The Hammer of God. New York: Bantam, 1993. 226 pp. Revision and expansion of "The Hammer of God."

1994: Rama Revealed. (With Gentry Lee) New York: Bantam, 1994. 466 pp. Written entirely by Lee, with ideas and input from Clarke.

1996: Richter 10. (With Mike McQuay) New York: Bantam Spectra, 1996. 373 pp. Written entirely by McQuay, with ideas and input from Clarke, presented in his film scenario published as "Appendix: Original Movie Outline."

1997: 3001: The Final Odyssey. New York: Del Rel/Ballantine, 1997. 263 pp.

1998: The Fate of Fu Manchu. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1998. 8 pp. A 1935 short story published as a chapbook.

1999: The Trigger. (With Michael P. Kube-McDowell) London: HarperCollins/Voyager, 1999. 550 pp. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1999. 447 pp. Written etirely by Kube-McDowell, with ideas and input from Clarke.

2000: The Light of Other Days. (With Stephen Baxter) New York: Tor, 2000. 316 pp. Written entirely by Baxter, with ideas and input from Clarke.

2004: Time's Eye: Book One of a Time Odyssey. (With Stephen Baxter) New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2004. 337 pp. Written entirely by Baxter, with ideas and input from Clarke.

2007: Sunstorm: A Time Odyssey: 2. (With Stephen Baxter) New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2007. 328 pp. Written entirely by Baxter, with ideas and input from Carke.

2008: Firstborn: A Time Odyssey: 3. (With Stephen Baxter) New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2008. 364 pp. Written entirely by Baxter, with ideas and input from Clarke.

The Last Theorem. (With Frederik Pohl) London: HarperCollins/Voyager, 2008. 299 pp. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2008. Almost entirely written by Pohl, though it is based on Clarke's outline and incorporates several thousand words by Clarke, including language from "The Wind from the Sun."

II. Short Story Collections and Omnibuses

1953: Expedition to Earth: Eleven Science-Fiction Stories. New York: Ballantine, 1953. 165 pp. Contents: "Second Dawn," "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...,'" "Breaking Strain," "History Lesson," "Superiority," "Nemesis" (as "Exile of the Eons"), "Hide and Seek," "Encounter in the Dawn" (as "Expedition to Earth"), "Loophole," "Inheritance," and "The Sentinel."

1956: Reach for Tomorrow. New York: Ballantine, 1956. 166 pp. Contents: "Preface," "Rescue Party," "A Walk in the Dark," "The Forgotten Enemy," "Technical Error," "The Parasite," "The Fires Within," "The Awakening" (1952), "Trouble with the Natives," "Nightfall" (as "The Curse"), "Time's Arrow," "Jupiter Five," and "The Possessed."

1957: Tales from the White Hart. New York: Ballantine, 1957. 150 pp. Contents: "Preface," "Silence Please," "Big Game Hunt," "Patent Pending," "Armaments Race," "Critical Mass" (1957), "The Ultimate Melody," "The Pacifist," "The Next Tenants," "Moving Spirit," "The Man Who Ploughed the Sea," "The Reluctant Orchid," "Cold War," "What Goes Up," "Sleeping Beauty," and "The Defenestration of Ermintrude Inch." Republished with one additional story. Hornsea, England: PS Publishing, 2007. 208 pp. Contents: "Introduction" (by Stephen Baxter), all stories listed above in the same order, and "Time Gentlemen Please."

1958: The Other Side of the Sky. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1958. 245 pp. Contents: "The Nine Billion Names of God," "Refugee," "The Other Side of the Sky," "The Wall of Darkness," "Security Check," "No Morning After," "Venture to the Moon," "Publicity Campaign," "All the Time in the World," "Cosmic Casanova," "The Star," "Out of the Sun," "Transience," "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1958), and "Bibliographical Note."

1959: Across the Sea of Stars: An Omnibus Containing the Complete Novels of Childhood's End and Earthlight. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1959. 584 pp. Contents: "Introduction" by Clifton Fadiman, "The Sentinel," "Inheritance," "Encounter in the Dawn," "Superiority," "Hide and Seek," "History Lesson," "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...,'" "Breaking Strain," "Silence Please," "Armaments Race," "The Pacifist," "The Next Tenants," "The Reluctant Orchid," "Rescue Party," "Technical Error," "The Fires Within," "Time's Arrow," "Jupiter Five," Childhood's End, and Earthlight.

1961: From the Ocean, From the Stars: An Omnibus Containing the Complete Novels The Deep Range and The City and the Stars and Twenty-Four Short Stories. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1961. 515 pp. Contents: The Deep Range, The Other Side of the Sky ("The Nine Billion Names of God," "Refugee," "The Other Side of the Sky," "The Wall of Darkness," "Security Check," "No Morning After," "Venture to the Moon," "Publicity Campaign," "All the Time in the World," "Cosmic Casanova," "The Star," "Out of the Sun," "Transience," and "The Songs of Distant Earth" [1958]), and The City and the Stars.

1962: Tales of Ten Worlds. New York: Harcourt Brace & World, 1962. 245 pp. Contents: "I Remember Babylon," "Summertime on Icarus," "Out of the Cradle, Endlessly Orbiting ...," "Who's There?," "Hate," "Into the Comet," "An Ape About the House," "Saturn Rising," "Let There Be Light," "Death and the Senator," "Trouble with Time," "Before Eden," "A Slight Case of Sunstroke," "Dog Star," and "The Road to the Sea."

1965: An Arthur Clarke Omnibus. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1965. 253 + 176 + 167 pp. Contents: Childhood's End, Prelude to Space, and Expedition to Earth ("Second Dawn," "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...,'" "Breaking Strain," "History Lesson," "Superiority," "Nemesis" [as "Exile of the Eons"], "Hide and Seek," "Encounter in the Dawn" [as "Expedition to Earth"], "Loophole," and "Inheritance").

Prelude to Mars: An Omnibus Containing the Complete Novels Prelude to Space and Sands of Mars and Sixteen Short Stories. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1965. 497 pp. Contents: Prelude to Space, "Big Game Hunt," "Critical Mass" (1957), "The Ultimate Melody," "Moving Spirit," "The Man Who Ploughed the Sea," "Cold War," "What Goes Up ...," "Trouble with the Natives," "A Walk in the Dark," "The Forgotten Enemy," "The Parasite," "The Curse," "The Possessed," "The Awakening" (1952), "Nemesis" (as "Exile of the Eons"), "Second Dawn," and Sands of Mars.

1967: The Nine Billion Names of God: The Best Short Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1967. 277 pp. Contents: "Introduction," "The Nine Billion Names of God," "I Remember Babylon," "Trouble with Time," "Rescue Party," "The Curse," "Summertime on Icarus," "Dog Star," "Hide and Seek," "Out of the Sun," "The Wall of Darkness," "No Morning After," "The Possessed," "Death and the Senator," "Who's There?," "Before Eden," "Superiority," "A Walk in the Dark," "The Call of the Stars," "The Reluctant Orchid," "Encounter in the Dawn," "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...,'" "Patent Pending," "The Sentinel," "Transience," and "The Star."

1968: An Arthur Clarke Second Omnibus. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1968. 224 + 158 + 219 pp. Contents: A Fall of Moondust, Earthlight, and Sands of Mars (as The Sands of Mars).

The Lion of Comarre and Against the Fall of Night. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968. 213 pp. Contents: "The Lion of Comarre" and Against the Fall of Night.

1972: The Lost Worlds of 2001. New York: Signet, 1972. 240 pp. Sometimes classified as nonfiction, as it intermingles a nonfiction account of the filming of 2001: A Space Odyssey with fictional vignettes based on material developed for, but not used in, the film and novel. Contents: "Foreword," "View of the Year 2000," "Son of Dr. Strangelove," "The Sentinel," "Christmas, Shepperton," "Monoliths and Manuscripts," "The Dawn of Man," "First Encounter," "Moon-Watcher," "Gift from the Stars," "Farewell to Earth," "The Birth of HAL," "Man and Robot," "From the Ocean, From the Stars," "With Open Hands," "Universe," "Ancestral Voices," "The Question," "Midnight, Washington," "Mission to Jupiter," "Flight Pay," "Discovery," "The Long Sleep," "Runaway," "First Man to Jupiter," "The Smell of Death," "Alone," "Joveday," "Jupiter V," "Final Orbit," "The Impossible Stars," "Something Is Seriously Wrong with Space," "Ball Game," "Last Message," "The Worlds of the Star Gate," "Reunion," "Abyss," "Cosmopolis," "Scrutiny," "Skyrock," "Oceana," "Into the Night Land," "Second Lesson," and "Epilogue."

Of Time and Stars: The Worlds of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by J. B. Priestley. London: Victor Gollancz, 1972. 208 pp. Contents: "Introduction" (by J. B. Priestley), "Foreword," "The Nine Billion Names of God," "An Ape about the House," "Green Fingers" (from "Venture to the Moon"), "Trouble with the Natives," "Into the Comet," "No Morning After," "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...,'" "Who's There?," "All the Time in the World," "Hide and Seek," "Robin Hood, F.R.S." (from "Venture to the Moon"), "The Fires Within," "The Forgotten Enemy," "The Reluctant Orchid," "Encounter in the Dawn," "Security Check," "Feathered Friend" (from "The Other Side of the Sky"), "The Sentinel," and "Bibliography: Books by Arthur C. Clarke."

The Wind from the Sun: Stories of the Space Age. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972. 193 pp. Contents: "Preface," "The Food of the Gods," "Maelstrom II," "The Shining Ones," "The Wind from the Sun," "The Secret," "The Last Command," "Dial F for Frankenstein," "Reunion," "Playback," "The Light of Darkness," "The Longest Science-Fiction Story Ever Told," "Herbert George Morley Roberts Wells., Esq.," "Love That Universe," "Crusade," "The Cruel Sky," "Neutron Tide," "Transit of Earth," and "A Meeting with Medusa."
Republished with additional stories. New York: New American Library, 1987. 244 pp. Contents: a new "Introduction to the 1987 Edition" following "Preface," all listed stories in the same order, and three final stories added: "When the Twerms Came," "Quarantine," and "siseneG."

1973: The Best of Arthur C. Clarke: 1937-1971. Edited by Angus Wells. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1973. 336 pp. Contents: "1933: A Science Fiction Odyssey" (introduction), "Travel by Wire," "Retreat from Earth," "The Awakening" (1942), "Whacky," "Castaway," "History Lesson," "Hide and Seek," "Second Dawn," "The Sentinel," "The Star," "Refugee," "Venture to the Moon," "Into the Comet," "Summertime on Icarus," "Death and the Senator," "Hate," "The Wind from the Sun" (as "Sunjammer"), "A Meeting with Medusa," and "Bibliography."
Republished in two volumes:
The Best of Arthur C. Clarke, 1932-1955. Edited by Angus Wells. London: Sphere, 1976. Contents: as above from introduction to "Refugee," followed by "Bibliography." 152 pp.
Republished by Sidgwick & Jackson, 1977. 151 pp.
The Best of Arthur C. Clarke, 1956-1971. Edited by Angus Wells. London: Sphere, 1977. 200 pp. Contents: the rest of the stories from the one-volume edition.

1978: Four Great SF Novels. London: Victor Gollancz, 1978. 615 pp. Contents: The City and the Stars, The Deep Range, A Fall of Moondust, and Rendezvous with Rama.

1983: The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Illustrated by Lebbeus Woods. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983. 303 pp. Contents: "Introduction: Of Sand and Stars," "Rescue Party," "Guardian Angel," "Breaking Strain," "The Sentinel," "Jupiter V," "Refugee," "The Wind from the Sun," "A Meeting with Medusa," and "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1981).

1987: 2001: A Space Odyssey; The City and the Stars; The Deep Range; A Fall of Moondust; Rendezvous with Rama. New York: Octopus Books/Heinemann, 1987. 747 pp. Contents: 2001: A Space Odyssey, The City and the Stars, The Deep Range, A Fall of Moondust, and Rendezvous with Rama.

1988: A Meeting with Medusa. Published dos-à-dos with Green Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson. New York: Tor, 1988. 67 + 113 pp.

1989: Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989. 313 pp. Edited by Martin H. Greenberg, uncredited. Contents: "The Road to the Sea," "Hate," "Publicity Campaign," "The Other Tiger," "The Deep Range," "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...,'" "The Cruel Sky," "The Parasite," "The Next Tenants," "Saturn Rising," "The Man Who Ploughed the Sea," "The Wall of Darkness," "Death and the Senator," "Maelstrom II," "Second Dawn," and "On Golden Seas." Clarke added new introductions to all stories except "Death and the Senator," "Maelstrom II," and "Second Dawn."

1990: Beyond the Fall of Night. (With Gregory Benford) New York: Ace/Putnam, 1990. 198 pp. Clarke's Against the Fall of Night, retitled "Part I" of a purported two-part novel, with a "Part II" that is actually an original sequel written entirely by Benford.
Republished as Against the Fall of Night — Arthur C. Clarke/Gregory Benford — Beyond the Fall of Night. London: Victor Gollancz, 1991. 239 pp.

1991: More Than One Universe: The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991. 576 pp. Contents: "I Remember Babylon," "Summertime on Icarus," "Out of the Cradle, Endlessly Orbiting ...," "Who's There?," "Into the Comet," "An Ape About the House," "Let There Be Light," "Death and the Senator," "Trouble with Time," "Before Eden," "A Slight Case of Sunstroke," "Dog Star," "The Nine Billion Names of God," "Refugee," "The Other Side of the Sky," "Security Check," "No Morning After," "Venture to the Moon," "All the Time in the World," "Cosmic Casanova," "The Star," "Out of the Sun," "Transience," "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1958), "The Food of the Gods," "Maelstrom II," "The Shining Ones," "The Wind from the Sun," "The Secret," "The Last Command," "Dial F for Frankenstein," "Reunion," "Playback," "The Light of Darkness," "The Longest Science-Fiction Story Ever Told," "Herbert George Morley Roberts Wells, Esq.," "Love That Universe," "Crusade," "Neutron Tide," "Transit of Earth," "A Meeting with Medusa," "When the Twerms Came," "Quarantine," "siseneG," "Rescue Party," "The Curse," "Hide and Seek," "The Possessed," "Superiority," and "A Walk in the Dark."

1996: Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996. 81 pp. Clarke juvenilia from The Huish Magazine. Contents: "Editor's Foreword" (by Aronovitz), "Introduction," "Interviews with Celebrities VIII," "Correspondence," "Our Correspondence Column," "News from the Torrid Zone," Two Hours in a Lab: A One-Act Drama with a Smashing Finale, "Poor Piano!," "Interviews with Celebrities VI" (not by Clarke), Jule Gets His: A New Super-Drama by a Well-Known Author, "Answers to Correspondence," "French without Tears," "Letters to the Editor" (Autumn, 1934), "Musical Interlude," "Peeps at Many Lands and Places, No. 3 — The Technical Institute," "Brandon House" (Spring, 1935) (with R. W. Small), "The Fate of Fu-Manchu," "Letters to the Editor" (Spring, 1935), "Brandon House" (Summer, 1935) (with R. W. Small), "Letters to the Editor" (Summer, 1935), "Brandon House" (Autumn, 1935) (with R. B. Canever), "Huish and Hollywood," "Our Noble Heritage," "The Bishop and the Car" (not by Clarke), The Mystic Potion (written with Huish students possibly including Clarke), "The Cine Club," "Brandon House" (Spring, 1936) (with R. B. Canever), "Things to Come" (not by Clarke), "Further Exploits of Huish Films, Inc.," "Interviews with Notorieties — No. 1," "In Darkest Somerset," "Into Space," "The Greatest Adventure," and "Letters to the Editor" (Spring, 1938). Clarke added brief, untitled comments to most pieces.

2000: The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001. 966 pp. Contents: "Foreword," "Travel by Wire!," "How We Went to Mars," "Retreat from Earth," "Reverie," "The Awakening" (1942), "Whacky," "Loophole," "Rescue Party," "Technical Error," "Castaway," "The Fires Within," "Inheritance," "Nightfall," "History Lesson," "Transience," "The Wall of Darkness," "The Lion of Comarre," "The Forgotten Enemy," "Hide-and-Seek," "Breaking Strain," "Nemesis," "Guardian Angel," "Time's Arrow," "A Walk in the Dark," "Silence Please," "Trouble with the Natives," "The Road to the Sea," "The Sentinel," "Holiday On the Moon," "Earthlight," "Second Dawn," "Superiority," "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...,'" "All the Time in the World," "The Nine Billion Names of God," "The Possessed," "The Parasite," "Jupiter Five," "Encounter In the Dawn," "The Other Tiger," "Publicity Campaign," "Armaments Race," "The Deep Range," "No Morning After," "Big Game Hunt," "Patent Pending," "Refugee," "The Star," "What Goes Up," "Venture to the Moon," "The Pacifist," "The Reluctant Orchid," "Moving Spirit," "The Defenestration of Ermintrude Inch," "The Ultimate Melody," "The Next Tenants," "Cold War," "Sleeping Beauty," "Security Check," "The Man Who Ploughed the Sea," "Critical Mass" (1957), "The Other Side of the Sky," "Let There Be Light," "Out of the Sun," "Cosmic Casanova," "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1958), "A Slight Case of Sunstroke," "Who's There?," "Out of the Cradle, Endlessly Orbiting ...," "I Remember Babylon," "Trouble with Time," "Into the Comet," "Summertime on Icarus," "Saturn Rising," "Death and the Senator," "Before Eden," "Hate," "Love That Universe," "Dog Star," "Maelstrom II," "An Ape About the House," "The Shining Ones," "The Secret," "Dial F for Frankenstein," "The Wind from the Sun," "The Food of the Gods," "The Last Command," "Light of Darkness," "The Longest Science-Fiction Story Ever Told," "Playback," "The Cruel Sky," "Herbert George Morley Roberts Wells, Esq.," "Crusade," "Neutron Tide," "Reunion," "Transit of Earth," "A Meeting with Medusa," "Quarantine," "`siseneG,'" "The Steam-powered Word Processor," "On Golden Seas," "The "The Hammer of God," "The Wire Continuum" (with Stephen Baxter), and "Improving the Neighborhood." Clarke added brief introductions to most stories.

2001: The City and the Stars and The Sands of Mars. New York: Warner Aspect, 2001. 529 pp. Contents: The City and the Stars and Sands of Mars (as The Sands of Mars).

The Ghost from the Grand Banks and The Deep Range. New York: Warner Aspect, 2001. 488 pp. Contents: The Ghost from the Grand Banks and The Deep Range.

The Space Trilogy. London: Orion/ Victor Gollancz, 2001. 506 pp. Contents: Islands in the Sky, Sands of Mars (as The Sands of Mars), and Earthlight.

2004: 3001: The Final Odyssey/The Songs of Distant Earth. London: Grafton, 2004. 273 + 238 pp. Contents: 3001: The Final Odyssey and The Songs of Distant Earth.

2005: The Dark Blue Depths: Adventures from Inner to Outer Space. New York: iBooks, 2005. 304 pp. Contents: Islands in the Sky and Dolphin Island.

2006: Clarke's Universe: Two Stories from a Master of Science Fiction. New York: iBooks, 2006. 343 pp. Contents: "The Lion of Comarre," A Fall of Moondust, and "Jupiter Five."

2011: Rama: The Complete Rama Omnibus. (With Gentry Lee) London: Victor Gollancz, 2011. 1344 pp. Contents: Rendezvous with Rama, Rama II, The Gardens of Rama, and Rama Revealed (the last three with Lee).

2014: Arthur C. Clarke's Early Short Stories. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. 150 pp. Contents: "Before Eden," "Nemesis" (as "Exile of the Eons"), "The Nine Billion Names of God," "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...'" "Dog Star," "Freedom of Space," "Passer-by," "The Call of the Stars" (last three items from "The Other Side of the Sky"), "The Next Tenants," "Out of the Sun," "The Pacifist," "The Possessed," "The Reluctant Orchid," "Second Dawn," and "The Star."

2016: The Selected Works of Arthur C. Clarke. New York: RosettaBooks, 2016. Kindle Edition. Contents: The Deep Range, The Trigger (with Michael P. Kube-McDowell), The Ghost from the Grand Banks, and Richter 10 (with Mike McQuay).

A Collection of Short Stories. VintReads, 2016. Kindle Edition. 192 pp. Contents: "Castaway," "The Wall of Darkness," "A Walk in the Dark," "Nemesis" (as "Exile of the Eons"), "Guardian Angel," " 'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth …," "Second Dawn," "Encounter in the Dawn," "The Nine Billion Names of God," "The Parasite," "The Possessed," "Armaments Race," "The Deep Range," "The Star," "The Pacifist," "The Reluctant Orchid," "The Next Tenants," "The Other Side of the Sky," "Out of the Sun" (as "Out from the Sun"), "A Slight Case of Sunstroke" (as "The Stroke of the Sun"), (as "At the End of Orbit"), "Hate" (as "At the End of Orbit"), "Before Eden," and "Dog Star" (as "Moondog").

III. Screenplays and Plays

1933: Two Hours in a Lab: A One-Act Drama with a Smashing Finale. (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 22 (Christmas, 1933), page numbers unknown. Unproduced play.
Republished in Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 9-10.

1934: Jule Gets His: A New Super-Drama by a Well-Known Author. (As by Clericus, also attributed to "W. Shakespeare") The Huish Magazine, 23 (Summer, 1934), 41-43. Unproduced screenplay.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 19-21.

1935: The Mystic Potion. (As by DIL; written by unidentified Huish students, possibly including Clarke) The Huish Magazine, 24 (Autumn, 1935), 46-51. Unproduced play, included here for completeness, but Clarke, in his comments in Childhood Ends, declined to state definitively that he was one of its authors, perhaps not recalling if he had contributed to it; still, as "Clericus" he is one character in the play.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 50-56.

1952: "All the Time in the World." Tales of Tomorrow. New York: ABC-TV, June 13, 1952. Adaptation of "All the Time in the World."
Full episode available at YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3urOc4jxm-c .

1959: Beneath the Seas of Ceylon. Sri Lanka: Ceylon Tea Board, 1959.

1964: "Treasure of the Great Reef." Adventure. London: BBC, January 6, 1964. Episode of documentary series.

1968: "Meteor 02." Jännitysnäytelmä. Finland: March 3, 1968. Translated by Toini Havu-Ollikainen. Adaptation of "Breaking Strain." Included here because this is consistently referenced as a Clarke screenplay translated by Havu-Ollikainen; however, it seems far more likely that in fact it is a screenplay written entirely by Havu-Ollikainen, based on Clarke's story.

2001: A Space Odyssey. (With Stanley Kubrick) MGM, 1968. Screenplay published as 2001: A Space Odyssey: Screenplay. Utrecht: Stichting De Roos, 2001. 184 pp.
The screenplay is also available in the J. Lloyd Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature of the University of California, Riverside's Tomás Rivera Library, and it is available online at http://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/2001.html .

1993: Arthur C. Clarke: Before 2001. (With Robert Lewis Knecht) Southern Cross Entertainment Group, 1993. Short video documentary about Clarke's discovery of the Taj Mahal Sunken Treasure.

1995: The Colours of Infinity. (With Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon) Gordon Films, 1995.
Available at YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJA8mayMKvY .
Screenplay published as "The Colours of Infinity: The Film Script." The Colours of Infinity: The Beauty and Power of Fractals. Edited by Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon. Bath, England: Clear Books, 2004, 148-174. Also in expanded edition. London: Springer, 2010, 144-173.

Note: Clarke denied numerous reports that he had written episodes of the television series Captain Video in 1949, stating that he had merely worked for the series as an advisor; it is also believed that he assisted the series as a set designer. These contributions are cited below.

IV. Short Fiction

1932: "Correspondence." (As by One-Time 6th Former) The Huish Magazine, 21 (Autumn, 1932), 51-52. Letter from a purported former student of the school.
Republished in Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 4-5.

"Interviews with Celebrities VIII." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 21 (Autumn, 1932), page numbers unknown. Purported interview with an "unspoiled rustic"; not listed in Samuelson; original publication in this issue deduced from its position in 1996 compilation Childhood Ends.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 1-3.

1933: "The Jon Bloc Soc." The Huish Magazine, 22 (Christmas, 1933), 41-42. Farcical, fictionalized account of meeting of philosophy society.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 11-12.

"Our Correspondence Column." (As by A Real Old 6th Former) The Huish Magazine, 22 (Spring, 1933), 42-43. Letter from a purported former student of the school.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 6.

"News from the Torrid Zone." (As by Ex-Sixth Former) The Huish Magazine, 22 (Christmas, 1933), 34-35. Letter from a purported former student of the school.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 7-8.

1934: "Answers to Correspondents." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 23 (Summer, 1934), 44-45. Clarke's answers to purported letters.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 22-23.

"French Without Tears." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 23 (Summer, 1934), 47-48. Farcical description of a purported new, numerical way to render French.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 24-25.

"Letters to the Editor." (As by Batsin Belphry) The Huish Magazine, 23 (Autumn, 1934), 29. Farcical letter.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 26.

"Octogenarian Observations." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 22 (Christmas, 1934), 41-42. Purported interview with elderly former students.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 13-14.

1935: "The Fate of Fu-Manchu." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 24 (Spring, 1935), 33-37.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 33-36, and as The Fate of Fu Manchu (1998).

"Letters to the Editor." (As by A. Munchhausen) The Huish Magazine, 24 (Spring, 1935), 39-40. Letter from a purported former student of the school.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 37-38.

"Letters to the Editor." (As by De Profundis) The Huish Magazine, 24 (Summer, 1935), 50-52. Letter from a purported former student of the school.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 40-41.

1936: "In Darkest Somerset." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 25 (Summer, 1936), 41-43. Fictionalized account of a journey to the part of England where Carke grew up.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 71-72.

"Interviews with Notorieties — No. 1." (As by Ego) The Huish Magazine, 25 (Spring, 1936), 47-50. Purported interview with "the Professor," an inventor.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 68-70.

1937: "Travel by Wire!" Amateur Science Stories, 1:2 (December, 1937), 9-11.

1938: "How We Went to Mars." Amateur Science Stories, 1:3 (March, 1938), 2-6, 13.

"Retreat from Earth." Amateur Science Stories, 1:3 (March, 1938), 7-13.

1939: "Into the Past." Satellite, 3:1 (December, 1939), 3-6.

1940: "At the Mountains of Murkiness, or Lovecraft-into-Leacock." Satellite, 3:4 (February, 1940), 2-7.
Republished as "At the Mountains of Murkiness, or, From Lovecraft to Leacock." At the Mountains of Murkiness, and Other Parodies. Edited by George Locke. London: Ferret Fantasy, 1973, 94-111.

"Ego's Review." Gargoyle, No. 2 (April, 1940), 7-9. Reviews of fictitious books.

1941: "Letters to a Secretary of an Interplanetary Society." (As by Arthur "Ego" Clarke) Fantast, 2:2 (May, 1941), 17. Farcical letters.

"A Short History of Fantocracy — 1948-1960: Part I." (as by Arthur Ego Clarke) Fantast, 2:7 (December, 1941), 6-8.

1942: "The Awakening." Zenith, No. 4 (February, 1942), 57-59. Available online at http://www.htspweb.co.uk/fandf/romart/het/fanzines/z04.htm.
Significantly revised version. Future Combined with Science Fiction, 2 (January, 1952), 83-85.
Elements of the story were also incorporated into "Nemesis."

"A Short History of Fantocracy — 1948-1960: Part II." Fantast, 3:1 (April, 1942), 21-24.

"A Short History of Fantocracy — 1948-1960: Part III." Fantast, 3:2 (July, 1942), 8-11.

"Whacky." Fantast, 3:2 (July, 1942), 25.

1946: "Loophole." Astounding Science-Fiction, 37:2 (April, 1946), 57-61.

"Rescue Party." Astounding Science-Fiction, 37:3 (May, 1946), 36-60.

"Technical Error." Fantasy: The Magazine of Science Fiction, 1:1 (1946), 56-68.

1947: "The Castaway." (As by Charles Willis) Fantasy: The Magazine of Science Fiction, 1:2 (March, 1947), 72-76.

"The Fires Within." (As by E. G. O'Brien) Fantasy: The Magazine of Science Fiction, 1:3 (August, 1947), 72-77.

"Inheritance." (As by Charles Willis) New Worlds, 1:3 (October, 1947), 54-57.

"Nightfall." King's College Review, 46 (December, 1947), 9-10.
Republished as "The Curse." Reach for Tomorrow. New York: Ballantine, 1956, 109-111.

1948: "The Forgotten Enemy." King's College Review, 47 (December, 1948), 20-24.

1949: "Breaking Strain." (As "Thirty Seconds — Thirty Days") Thrilling Wonder Stories, 35:2 (December, 1949), 106-122.

"Critical Mass." Lilliput, 24:3 (March, 1949), 43-45.
Revised to include Harry Purvis. Tales from the White Hart. New York: Ballantine, 1957, 38-45.

"Hide and Seek." Astounding Science-Fiction, 44:1 (August, 1949), 68-77.

"History Lesson." Startling Stories, 19 (May, 1949), 137-141.

"The Lion of Comarre." Thrilling Wonder Stories, 34:3 (August, 1949), 44-69.

"Transience." Startling Stories, 19:3 (July, 1949), 125-128.

"The Wall of Darkness." Super Science Stories, 5:3 (July, 1949), 66-78.

1950: "Guardian Angel." Famous Fantastic Mysteries, 11 (April, 1950), 98-112, 127-129.

"Nemesis." (As "Exile of the Eons") Super Science Stories, 6 (March, 1950), 86-96. Incorporates elements of "The Awakening" (1942).

"Silence, Please!" (As by Charles Willis) Science-Fantasy, 1:2 (Winter, 1950), 47-56.
Republished as "The Secret Weapon." Adventure, 28:1 (June, 1954), 36-37, 77-79.
Republished as "The Strange Sound of Dying." (As by Clarke) Adventure, 132:2 (February, 1957), 36-37, 85-87.

"Time's Arrow." Science-Fantasy, 1:1 (Summer, 1950), 31-42.

"A Walk in the Dark." Thrilling Wonder Stories, 36:3 (August, 1950), 134-140.

1951: "The Broken Circuit." Sketch, 240 (November 7, 1951), 484.

"Earthlight." Thrilling Wonder Stories, 38:3 (August, 1951), 56-86.

"Holiday on the Moon." (As by Charles Willis) The Heiress, (January, 1951), 38-43; (February, 1951), 27-30, 60-61; (March, 1951), 40-44, 66; (April, 1951), 58-61, 74.

"`If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...'" (As "If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...") Future Combined with Science Fiction Stories, 2:3 (September, 1951), 66-69.

"The Road to the Sea." (As "Seekers of the Sphinx") Two Complete Science-Adventure Books, 1 (Spring, 1951), 106-142.

"Second Dawn." Science Fiction Quarterly, 1:2 (August, 1951), 104-130.

"The Sentinel." (As "Sentinel of Eternity") 10 Story Fantasy, 1 (Spring, 1951), 41-47.

"Superiority." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 2:4 (August, 1951), 3-11.

"Trouble with the Natives." (As "The Men in the Flying Saucer") Lilliput, 28 (February, 1951), 73-78.
Also published as "Captain Wyxtpthll's Flying Saucer." Marvel Science Stories, 3:3 (May, 1951), 101-110 (?).

1952: "All the Time in the World." Startling Stories, 26:3 (July, 1952), 69-76.

1953: "Encounter in the Dawn." Amazing Stories, 27:5 (June-July, 1953), 4-16.
Republished as "Expedition to Earth." Expedition to Earth: Eleven Science-Fiction Stories. New York: Ballantine, 1953, 125-137.

"Jupiter Five." If, 2:2 (May, 1953), 4-28, 75.

"The Nine Billion Names of God." Star Science Fiction Stories. Edited by Frederik Pohl. New York: Ballantine, 1953, 195-202.

"The Other Tiger." Fantastic Universe Science Fiction, 1:1 (June-July, 1953), 116-118.

"The Parasite." Avon Science Fiction and Fantasy Reader, 1:2 (April, 1953), 118-128.

"The Possessed." Dynamic Science Fiction, 1 (March, 1953), 85-88.

"Publicity Campaign." The Evening News (June 9, 1953), 6.

1954: "Armaments Race." Adventure, 127:6 (April, 1954), 34-36, 57-58.

"The Deep Range." Star Science Fiction Stories 3. Edited by Frederik Pohl. New York: Ballantine, 36-45.

"No Morning After." Time to Come. Edited by August Derleth. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, 1954, 75-85.

"Patent Pending." (As "The Invention") Argosy, 339:5 (November, 1954), 34-37, 85-86.

1955: "Refugee." (As "?" — the subject of a reader contest for its title) The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 9 (July, 1955), 114-124.

"The Star." Infinity Science Fiction, 1:1 (November, 1955), 120-127.

1956: "Big Game Hunt." (As "The Reckless Ones") Adventure, 131:4 (October, 1956), 40-41, 58-60.

"The Pacifist." Fantastic Universe Science Fiction, 6:3 (October, 1956), 4-12.

"The Reluctant Orchid." Satellite Science Fiction, 1:2 (December, 1956), 114-122.

"Venture to the Moon." Six-part series published in The Evening Standard: "The Starting Line" (As "Double-Crossed in Outer Space") (May 23, 1956), 17;

"Robin Hood, F.R.S." (As "Saved! ... by a Bow and Arrow") (May 24, 1956), 17; "Green Fingers" (As "Death Strikes Surov") (May 25, 1956), 17; "All That Glitters" (As "Diamonds! ... and Then Divorce") (May 26, 1956), 11; "Watch This Space" (As "Who Wrote That Message to the Stars? ... In Letters a Thousand Miles Long") (May 28, 1956), 17; and "A Question of Residence" (As "Alone on the Moon") (May 29, 1956), 17.

"What Goes Up." (As "What Goes Up...") The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 10:1 (January, 1956), 26-34.

1957: "Cold War." Satellite Science Fiction, 1:4 (April, 1957), 86-92.

"The Defenestration of Ermintrude Inch." Tales from the White Hart. New York: Ballantine, 1957, 142-148.

"Let There Be Light." (As "Dazzled to Death") Dundee Evening Telegraph, September 5, 1957, 7.
Republished in Playboy, 4:2 (February, 1958), 51, 54, 70.
Revised to include Harry Purvis frame story. Tales of Ten Worlds. New York: Harcourt Brace & World, 1962, 105-113.

"The Man Who Ploughed the Sea." Satellite Science Fiction, 1:5 (June, 1957), 104-119.

"Moving Spirit." Tales from the White Hart. New York: Ballantine, 1957, 73-83.

"The Next Tenants." Satellite Science Fiction, 1:3 (February, 1957), 103-111.
Republished in Help!, No. 5 (December, 1960), 40-45, 47-48.

"The Other Side of the Sky." Six-part series published in Infinity Science Fiction, 2: "Special Delivery" (September, 1957), 6-9; "Feathered Friend" (September, 1957), 10-13; "Take a Deep Breath" (September, 1957), 14-17; "Freedom of Space" (October, 1957), 56-59; "Passer-by" (October, 1957), 59-62; and "The Call of the Stars" (October, 1957), 63-66.

"Security Check." Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 12 (June, 1957), 114-117. Unverified prior publication in The Evening News, January 13, 1956.

"Sleeping Beauty." (As "The Case of the Snoring Heir") Infinity Science Fiction, 2:2 (April, 1957), 26-38.

"The Ultimate Melody." (As "Ultimate Melody") If, 7:2 (February, 1957), 70-75.
Revised to include Harry Purvis. Tales from the White Hart. New York: Ballantine, 1957, 45-52.

1958: "Cosmic Casanova." Venture Science Fiction, 2:3 (May, 1958), 23-29.

"Out of the Sun." (As "Out from the Sun") If, 8:2 (February, 1958), 77-81, 112-113.

"A Slight Case of Sunstroke." (As "The Stroke of the Sun") Galaxy Science Fiction, 16:5 (September, 1958), 71-77.

"The Songs of Distant Earth." If, 8:4 (June, 1958), 6-29.

"Who's There?" (As "The Haunted Spacesuit") This Week, May 11, 1958, 18, 20-21.
Republished as "Who's There?" New Worlds Science Fiction, 26, No. 77 (November, 1958), 91-95.

1959: "Out of the Cradle, Endlessly Orbiting." (As "Out of the Cradle") Dude, 3 (March, 1959), 55-57.

"Report on Planet Three." (As "From Mars: A Report on Earth") Holiday, 25 (May, 1959), 39-43. Purported translation of document from extinct Martian civilization; usually classified as nonfiction.

1960: "I Remember Babylon." Playboy, 7:5 (May, 1960), 73, 94-100.

"Into the Comet." (As "Inside the Comet") The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 19:4 (October, 1960), 30-38, 46.

"Summertime on Icarus." (As "The Hottest Piece of Real Estate in the Solar System") Vogue, 136 (June, 1960), 54-55.

"Trouble with Time." (As "Crime on Mars") Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 36:1 (July, 1960), 107-111.

1961: "Before Eden." Amazing Stories, 35:6 (June, 1961), 36-46, 66.

"Death and the Senator." Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction, 67:3 (May, 1961), 33-50.

"Hate." (As "At the End of the Orbit") If, 11:5 (November, 1961), 84-99.

"Saturn Rising." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 20:3 (March, 1961), 44-53.

1962: "An Ape about the House." Dude, 6 (May, 1962), 37-39, 62.

"Dog Star." (As "Moondog") Galaxy Magazine, 20:4 (April, 1962), 188-193.

1963: "The Secret." (As "The Secret of the Men in the Moon") This Week (August 11, 1963), 8-11.

1964: "The Food of the Gods." Playboy, 11:5 (May, 1964), 113-114.

"The Shining Ones." Playboy, 11:8 (August, 1964), 100-101, 108-111, 113-114.

"The Wind from the Sun." (As "The Sunjammer") Boys' Life, 54 (March, 1964), 15-18, 67-70.
Also republished as "Sunjammer." World's Best Science Fiction: 1966. Edited by Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carr. New York: Ace Books, 1966, 9-30.

1965: "Dial F for Frankenstein." (As "Dial 'F' for Frankenstein") Playboy, 12:1 (January, 1965), 148-149, 215-216.

"The Last Command." Bizarre! Mystery Magazine, 1:2 (November, 1965), 29-31.

"Maelstrom II." Playboy, 12:4 (April, 1965), 84, 90, 178, 180.

1966: "The Light of Darkness." Playboy, 113:6 (June, 1966), 113, 174-176.

"The Longest Science-Fiction Story Ever Told." (As "A Recursion in Metastories") Galaxy Magazine, 25:1 ((October, 1966), 78-79.

"Playback." Playboy, 13:12 (December, 1966), 220-227.

1967: "The Cruel Sky." Boys' Life, 57 (July, 1967), 22-23, 49, and (August, 1967), 46-48, 56.

"Love That Universe." (As "A Desperate and Universal Shout") Escapade, 12:5 (August, 1967), 60-end page number. Samuelson and other sources, including The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke, incorrectly list this as a 1961 publication.

1968: "Crusade." The Farthest Reaches. Edited by Joseph Elder. New York: Trident, 1968, 103-108.

1969: "Coming Distractions." Penthouse, 11 (July, 1969), 36, 38. Reviews of fictitious books.

1970: "Neutron Tide." Galaxy, 30:2 (May, 1970), 82-85.

1971: "A Meeting with Medusa." Playboy, 18:12 (December, 1971), 160-164, 270-272, 274-276, 278-280.

"Reunion." Infinity Two. Edited by Robert Hoskins. New York: Lancer, 1971, 231-232.

"Transit of Earth." Playboy, 18:1 (January, 1971), 109-111, 210, 272-274.

1972: "Abyss." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 200-205. This and all other items from this book listed below are vignettes based on material developed for, but not used in, the film and novel 2001: A Space Odyssey.

"Alone." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 152-161.

"Ancestral Voices." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 107-113.

"Ball Game." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 182-185.

"Cosmopolis." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 206-213.

"Discovery." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 130-132.

"Farewell to Earth." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 71-75.

"Final Orbit." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 168-173.

"First Encounter." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 53-58.

"First Man to Jupiter." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 144-148.

"Flight Pay." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 128-129.

"From the Ocean, From the Stars." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 88-96.

"Gift from the Stars." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 66-70.

"The Impossible Stars." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 174-176.

"Into the Night Land." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 230-236.

"Joveday." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 162-164.

"Jupiter V." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 165-167.

"Last Message." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 186-187.

"The Long Sleep." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 133-137.

"Man and Robot." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 80-87.

"Midnight, Washington." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 117-123.

"Moon-Watcher." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 59-65.

"Oceana." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 226-229.

"The Question." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 114-116.

"Reunion." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 192-199.

"Runaway." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 138-143.

"Scrutiny." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 214-217.

"Second Lesson." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 237-238.

"Skyrock." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 218-225.

"The Smell of Death." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 149-151.

"Something Is Seriously Wrong with Space." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 177-181.

"Universe." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 100-106.

"View from the Year 2000." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 13-16.

"When the Twerms Came." Playboy, 19:5 (May, 1972), 120-121. Comic strip, illustrated by Skip Williamson.

Text without Williamson's illustrations republished in The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 179-181.

"With Open Hands." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 97-99.

1977: "Quarantine." Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, 1:1 (Spring, 1977), 49-50.

1981: "The Songs of Distant Earth." Omni, 3:12 (September, 1981), 76-79, 132. Film treatment, derived from "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1958). Referenced as "Clarke's Next Movie" in table of contents.

1984: "siseneG." Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 104:5 (May, 1984), 174-177.

1986: "On Golden Seas." DSB Newsletter (Pentagon Defense Science Board) (August, 1986), page numbers unknown.

"The Steam-Powered Word Processor." Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 106:9 (September, 1986), 175-179.

1990: "Tales from the 'White Hart,' 1990: The Jet-Propelled Time Machine." Drabble II: Double Century. Edited by Rob Meades and David Wake. Boston: Beacon, 1990, 84.

1992: "The Hammer of God." Time, Special Issue, 140:27 (Fall, 1992), 83-87.

1997: "Appendix: Original Movie Outline." Richter 10. By Arthur C. Clarke and Mike McQuay. London: Vista, 1997, 339-341.

1998: "The Wire Continuum." (With Stephen Baxter) Playboy, 45:1 (January, 1998), 76-78, 170-178. Written entirely by Baxter, with ideas and input from Clarke.

1999: "Droolings from My Second Childhood: 2" Altair, No. 4 (Aussiecon III Edition) (August, 1999), 36-37. Referenced as "Droolings ...." in table of contents.

"Improving the Neighbourhood." Nature, 402, No. 6757 (November 4, 1999), 19.

2000: "Hibernaculum 46." (With Stephen Baxter) Voyager 5: Collector's Edition. [no editor given] London: HarperCollins/Voyager, 2000, 99-108. Written entirely by Baxter, with ideas and input from Clarke.

"Move Over, E.R.!" Altair, No. 5 (February, 2000), 67.

2005: "Encyclical." Free Inquiry, 25:4 (June/July, 2005), 9.
Excerpt from The Hammer of God.

2007: "Time Gentlemen Please." (With Stephen Baxter) Tales from the White Hart. Introduction by Stephen Baxter. Hornsea, England: PS Publishing, 2007, 193-208. Written entirely by Baxter, with ideas and input from Clarke.

     Notes: several contributions to The Huish Magazine hover problematically between fiction and nonfiction with some fictional touches, and my own classifications of some of the above items as fiction, and others below as nonfiction, might be challenged.
The "Science-Fiction Association Report" in the June, 1938 issue of Novae Terrae reports that, at the June meeting of the Science-Fiction Association, Clarke read aloud an "amateur short story" he had written entitled "Vain Endeavour" (19). The same story was announced as a forthcoming publication in the "Editorial" of the first issue of New Worlds (March, 1939) (3). This was perhaps an early version of "The Awakening" (1942).

     The purported Clarke story "Court News" (1940) is listed in several bibliographies as appearing in the June, 1940 issue of the fanzine Gargoyle, but that issue was never published. This is possibly an early title for the nonfictional "Ego & the Dying Planet" (1941), which appeared in a later issue of Gargoyle.

V. Poetry

1938: "Prelude to the Conquest of Space." (As by Arthur C. "Ego" Clarke) Novae Terrae, 2 (April, 1938), 20.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT22.htm.

1939: "The Twilight of a Sun." Fantast, 1:1 (April, 1939), 2-3. Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/THEN%20Archive/Fantast/Fant1.htm.

1972: "Kubrick, Stan." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 190. Parody of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "Kubla Khan" (1816), included in the text. Brief excerpt previously published in Jeremy Bernstein's "Out of the Ego Chamber." The New Yorker, 45:25 (August 9, 1969), 60.

VI. Artwork

1938: "The Conquest of Space." Cover (with William F. Temple), Novae Terrae, 3:3 (November, 1938).
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT27.htm .

1949: Captain Video and His Video Rangers. New York: Dumont Television Network, 1949-1955. Clarke at some time, probably in the early 1950s, assisted this television series as a set designer.

1954: "Observations Made above Hudson Bay." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 64 (October, 1954), 366-368. Clarke's photograph of a solar eclipse.

VII. Works as Editor, Advisor, or Consultant

1932-1936: The Huish Magazine, Autumn, 1932 through Summer, 1936. Clarke was a member of the Editorial Committee, and Sub-Editor from Autumn, 1935 to Summer, 1936.

1937-1939: Novae Terrae, beginning with Novae Terrae, 2:6 (November, 1937) through 3:5 (January, 1939). Maurice K. Hanson listed as Editor; Clarke and Ted Carnell (as Edward J. Carnell) listed as Associate Editors.

1939: Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 3 (1939). Editor.

New Worlds, 1:2 (April, 1939), and 1:3 (May, 1939). Ted Carnell listed as editor; Ken G. Chapman as Assistant Editor; Maurice K. Hanson, Frank Arnold, Clarke, and Harold Kay listed as Associates; and William F. Temple added as an Associate in the May issue.

New Worlds, 1:4 (June, 1939). Ted Carnell listed as editor; Clarke listed as his Assistant.

1940: Fanmail, 1:1 (1940). Editor. Fanzine; unseen; only five copies produced.

1949: Captain Video and His Video Rangers. New York: Dumont Television Network, 1949-1955. Clarke at some time, probably in 1949, worked for this television series as an advisor.

Science Abstracts, 52 (1949). Assistant Editor.

1950: Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future. Syndicated comic strip by Frank Hampson. Clarke officially credited as "Scientific Advisor," though by some reports he also assisted Hampson in plotting stories and contributing to scripts.

1966: Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966. 238 pp. Credited editor. Actually edited by Robert Silverberg, uncredited.

1967: The Coming of the Space Age: Famous Accounts of Man's Probing of the Universe. Editor. New York: Meredith Press, 1967. 301 pp.

1981: The Science Fiction Hall of Fame Volume Four. Editor. (With George W. Proctor, uncredited) London: Victor Gollancz, 1981. 672 pp. Republished as The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume III. (With Proctor, uncredited) New York: Avon, 1982. 672 pp.

1990: Project Solar Sail. New York: New American Library/Roc, 1990. 246 pp. Credited editor. Actually edited by credited "Managing Editor" David Brin.

VIII. Nonfiction Books and Collections

1950: Interplanetary Flight: An Introduction to Astronautics. Technical Trends Series. London: Temple Press, 1950. 164 pp. New York: Harper & Row, 1950. 164 pp.
Second Edition. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1960. 144 pp. The "Preface to the Second Edition" attributes all revisions to J. G. Strong.

1951: The Exploration of Space. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1951. 199 pp.

1954: The Exploration of the Moon. London: Frederick Muller, 1954. 112 pp. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1954. 112 pp. Illustrations by Robert Allan Smith.

The Young Traveller in Space. London: Phoenix House, 1954. 72 pp.
Also published as Going into Space. New York: Harper, 1954. 117 pp.
Revised by Robert Silverberg as Into Space: A Young Person's Guide to Space. New York: Harper & Row, 1971. 129 pp.

1956: The Coast of Coral. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1956. 208 pp. "With Photographs in Color and Black-and-White by Mike Wilson and Arthur Clarke."

1957: The Making of a Moon: The Story of the Earth Satellite Program. New York: Harper & Row, 1957. 205 pp.

The Reefs of Taprobane: Underwater Adventures Around Ceylon. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1957. 205 pp. "With Color and Black-and-White Photographs by Mike Wilson."

1958: Boy Beneath the Sea. New York: Harper & Row, 1958. 64 pp. Photographs by Mike Wilson.

Voice Across the Sea. New York: Harper & Row, 1958. 208 pp.
Revised edition. London: Luscombe Mitchell Beazley, 1974. 228 pp. New York: Harper & Row, 1974. 228 pp.

1959: The Challenge of the Spaceship: Previews of Tomorrow's World. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1959. 213 pp. Contents: "Introduction," "The Challenge of the Spaceship," "Vacation in Vacuum," "Journey by Earthlight," "So You're Going to Mars?," "The Planets Are Not Enough," "Meteors," "The Star of the Magi," "Where's Everybody?," "The Sun," "What Can We Do about the Weather?," "Oh, for the Wings ...," "Across the Sea of Stars," "Of Mind and Matter," "Which Way Is Up?," "Report on Planet Three," "Question Time," "Things in the Sky," "The Men on the Moon," "The Radio Universe," "Of Space and the Spirit," "Envoi."

1960: The Challenge of the Sea. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960. 167 pp. Introduction by Wernher von Braun. Illustrations by Alex Schomburg.

The First Five Fathoms: A Guide to Underwater Adventure. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1960. 83 pp. Photographs by Mike Wilson. Introduction by Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

1961: Indian Ocean Adventure. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1961. 104 pp. Photographs by Mike Wilson.

1962: Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. New York: Harper & Row, 1962. 234 pp. Contents: "Hazards of Prophecy: The Failure of Nerve," "Hazards of Prophecy: The Failure of Imagination," "The Future of Transport," "Riding on Air," "Beyond Gravity," "The Quest for Speed," "World without Distance," "Rocket to the Renaissance," "You Can't Get There from Here," "Space, the Unconquerable," "About Time," "Ages of Plenty," "Aladdin's Lamp," "Invisible Men and Other Prodigies," "The Road to Lilliput," "Voices from the Sky" (retitled "Cosmic Engineering" in later editions), "Brain and Body," "The Obsolescence of Man," "The Long Twilight," and "Chart of the Future."
Revised Edition. London: Pan, 1973. 249 pp. New York: Harper & Row, 1973. 237 pp.
Second Revised Edition. London: Victor Gollancz, 1982. 251 pp. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1984. 251 pp.
Millennial Edition. London: Victor Gollancz, 1999. 256 pp.

1964: Indian Ocean Treasure. (With Mike Wilson) New York: Harper & Row, 1964. 147 pp. The book is officially credited to "Arthur C. Clarke and Mike Wilson," but it appears that Wilson only contributed photographs, as in other books; in the text, Clarke speaks as himself, using "I," and refers to "Mike."

Man and Space. (With the Editors of Time-Life Books) New York: Time-Life Books, 1964. 200 pp. Consulting Editors René Dubos, Henry Margenau, and C. P. Snow.

The Treasure of the Great Reef. (With Mike Wilson) New York: Harper & Row, 1964. 233 pp. The book is officially credited to "Arthur C. Clarke with Mike Wilson," but it appears that Wilson only contributed photographs, as in other books; in the text, Clarke speaks as himself, using "I," and refers to "Mike."

1965: Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965. 241 pp. Contents: "Preface 1," "Space Flight and the Spirit of Man," "The Uses of the Moon," "To the Stars," "Beyond Centaurus," "The Light of Common Day," "Ships for the Stars," "Seas of Tomorrow," "The Winds of Space," "Time for the Stars," "The Playing Fields of Space," "Preface 2," "A Short Pre-History of Comsats, Or: How I Lost a Billion Dollars in My Spare Time," "The Social Consequences of the Communications Satellites," "Broadway and the Satellites," "The World of the Communications Satellite," "Preface 3," "Kalinga Award Speech," "Memoirs of an Armchair Astronaut (Retired)," "Science and Spirituality," "Class of '00," "The Meddlers," "The Lunatic Fringe," "The Electronic Revolution," "H. G. Wells and Science Fiction," "'Dear Sir . . ,'" and "Appendix: Extraterrestrial Relays."

1968: The Promise of Space. New York: Harper & Row, 1968. 325 pp.

1970: Space the Unconquerable. A Taprobane Reader. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Lake House Investments, 1970. 53 pp. Editor unidentified. Contents: "The Uses of the Moon," "To the Stars," "Ages of Plenty," and "Space, the Unconquerable." Title sometimes given incorrectly as Space the Unconquerable and Other Essays; cover simply says Space the Unconquerable; title page lists the four essay titles: Space the Unconquerable, The Uses of the Moon, To the Stars, Ages of Plenty.

1972: Beyond Jupiter: The Worlds of Tomorrow. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company 1972. 89 pp. Paintings by Chesley Bonestell.

Report on Planet Three and Other Speculations. New York: Harper & Row, 1972. 250 pp. Contents: "Preface," "Report on Planet Three," "The Men on the Moon," "Meteors," "The Star of the Magi," "Vacation in Vacuum," "So You're Going to Mars?," "Next — The Planets!," "The Planets Are Not Enough," "When the Aliens Come," "Possible, That's All!," "God and Einstein," "Across the Sea of Stars," "The Mind of the Machine," "Technology and the Future," "Beyond Babel," "More Than Five Senses," "Things That Can Never Be Done," "The World We Can Not See," "Things in the Sky," "Which Way Is Up?," "Haldane and Space," "Son of Dr. Strangelove," and "The Myth of 2001."

1973: Mars and the Mind of Man. (With Ray Bradbury, Bruce Murray, Carl Sagan, and Walter Sullivan) New York: Harper & Row, 1973. 143 pp. Transcript of panel discussion held at the California Institute of Technology in 1971, accompanied by each speaker's afterthoughts.

1975: Technology and the Frontiers of Knowledge. (With Saul Bellow, Daniel Bell, Edmundo O'Gorman, and Sir Peter Medawar) Foreword by Daniel J. Boorstin. The Frank Nelson Doubleday Lectures, 1972-1973. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1975. 133 pp.

1977: The Telephone's First Century — and Beyond: Essays on the Occasion of the 100th Anniversary of Telephone Communication. (With Michael L. Dertouzos, Morris Halle, Ithiel de Sola Pool, and Jerome B. Wiesner) New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, in Cooperation with the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1977. 119 pp. Preface by John D. deButts. Introduction by Thomas E. Bolger.

The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977. 273 pp. Contents: "Concerning Serendipity," "Dawn of the Space Age," "Servant Problem — Oriental Style," "The Scent of Treasure," "The Stars in Their Courses," "How to Dig Space," "A Breath of Fresh Vacuum," "The World of 2001," "`And Now — Live from the Moon ...,'" "Time and the Times," "The Next Twenty Years," "Satellites and Saris," "The Sea and Sinbad," "Willy and Chesley," "Mars and the Mind of Man," "The Snows of Olympus," "Introducing Isaac Asimov," "Life in Space," "Last(?) Words on UFOs," "When the Twerms Came," "The Clarke Act," "Technology and the Limits of Knowledge," "To the Committee on Space Science," "The Second Century of the Telephone," and "Ayu Bowan."

1981: New Communications Technologies and the Developing World. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Government Printing Service, 1981. 16 pp.
Republished in Media Asia: An Asia Mass Communication Quarterly, 8:4 (1981), 185-190.
Republished as "New Communications and the Developing World" in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 52:4 (March 29, 1982), 36-45.

1984: Ascent to Orbit: A Scientific Autobiography: The Technical Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley, 1984. 226 pp. Contents: "The Marconi International Fellowship," "In the Hall of the Knights," "Amazing Story" (from "Science Discussion and Brass Tacks," Astounding Science-Fiction), "An Elementary Mathematical Approach to Astronautics," "More Television Waveforms," "You're on the Glide Path — I Think," "Linearity Circuits," "The Space-Station: Its Radio Applications," "Extra-Terrestrial Relays," "The Rocket and the Future of Warfare," "The Astronomer's New Weapons," "Astronomical Radar," "Stationary Orbits," "The Radio Telescope," "The Rocket and the Future of Astronomy," "Principles of Rocket Flight," "A Universal Escape-Velocity Mass-Ratio Chart," "The Dynamics of Space-Flight," "Interplanetary Flight," "Electronics and Space-Flight," "Electromagnetic Launching as a Major Contribution to Space-Flight," "The Space Elevator: `Thought-Experiment', or Key to the Universe?," "An Optimum Strategy for Interstellar Robot Probes," "HELP! I Am a Pentamino Addict," "HAL Jr. versus the Integers," "Beyond the Global Village," and "Postscript."

1984: Spring: A Choice of Futures. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1984. 259 pp. Contents: "Foreword," "Author's Note," "Beyond the Global Village," "New Communications and the Developing World," "In the Hall of the Knights," To Russia, with Love ...," "War and Peace in the Space Age," "Electronics and Education," "A Flash of Golden Fire," "The Eve of Apollo," "Apollo plus Ten," "Space Flight — Imagination and Reality," "The Discovery of the Solar System," "Viking on the Plain of Gold," "Space Facts and Space Fallacies," "Predictions," "Of Sand and Stars," "Last and First Books," "The Poetry of Space," "Shaw and the Sound Barrier," "Richard Jefferies," "Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf?," "With Brendan Behan," "The Science Fiction Hall of Fame," "My Four Feet on the Ground," "The Web Between the Worlds," "Mysterious World," "Writing to Sell," "Beneath the Indian Ocean," "The Last Wilderness," "The People of the Sea," "Tourism: The Challenge of Change," and "The Menace of Creationism."

1985: The Odyssey File. (With Peter Hyams) Edited by Steven Jongeward. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1985. 132 pp. Contents: "Introduction: Electronic Life" (Clarke), "The Odyssey File" (Clarke's electronic correspondence with Hyams during the filming of 2010: The Year We Make Contact), "Appendix I: 2010: From Novel to Script" (Jongeward), and "Appendix II: MITE for Morons" (Clarke).

1986: Arthur C. Clarke's July 20, 2019: Life in the 21st Century. (With Patrice Adcroft, Douglas Collins, Owen Davies, T. A. Heppenheimer, Judith Hooper, Erik Larson, Tim Onosko, Kathleen Stein, G. Harry Stine, Mark Teich, Dick Teresi, Robert Weil, Pamela Weintraub, and Richard Wolkomir) New York: Macmillan, 1986. 281 pp.

1989: Astounding Days: A Science Fictional Autobiography. London: Victor Gollancz, 1989. 224 pp. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1990. 258 pp. Contents: "First Contact," "`Phantoms of Reality,'" "The Hard Stuff," "`Brigands of the Moon,'" "Interlude in the Real World," "`Cold Light,'" "`Out of the Dreadful Depths,'" "`The Power and the Glory,'" "`The Fifth Dimension Catapult,'" "`The World Behind the Moon" or `After You, Monsieur Lagrange ...,'" "`Beyond the Vanishing Point,'" "The Fall of the House of Clayton," "Death and Transfiguration," "`Born of the Sun,'" Prelude to Star Wars, "`Twilight,'" "`Lo!,'" "Nova Weinbaum," "Greater Glories, Nastier Nightmares," "Mechanical Boy," "`At the Perihelion,'" "TELSTAR Minus Twenty-six — and Counting ...," "JWC," "Rocket Warfare," "`Who Goes There?,'" "The BIS," "`Requiem,'" "`The End of the Rocket Society,'" "Wernher," "`Vault of the Beast,'" "`Farewell to the Master,'" "Atomic Power," "Venus Equilateral," "`The Weapon Shop,'" "The Third Law," "A Very Peaceful War," "The First Spaceship," "The End of the Golden Age," "Metamorphosis," "`The Steam-Powered Word Processor," "Father of Frankenstein," "`siseneG,'" and "Listing of Clarke Stories, Articles, Letters: 1938-87."

1992: The Fantastic Muse. Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom: Hilltop Press, 1992. 10 pp. Contents: "The Fantastic Muse" (article) and "The Twilight of a Sun" (poem).

How the World Was One: Beyond the Global Village. New York: Bantam, 1992. 296 pp. Revised and expanded version of Voice Across the Sea.

1993: By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992. 221 pp. (Burke is credited as editor only in Clarke's "Introduction.") Contents: "Introduction," "Memoirs of an Armchair Astronaut (Retired)," "Opening Frontiers" (excerpts from Interplanetary Flight and The Exploration of Space), "The Challenge of the Spaceship," "Space Flight — Imagination and Reality," "Where the Action Is," "The Solar Century," "The Shores of Infinity" (the last three items are excerpts from "Beyond Apollo" in First on the Moon), "The First Scouts," "Appointment with Mars" (the last two items are excerpts from from Beyond Jupiter — The World of Tomorrow), "So You're Going to Mars?," "The Winds of Space," "Space Facts and Space Fallacies," "When the Aliens Come," "Report on Planet Three," "Son of Dr. Strangelove: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Stanley Kubrick," "The Myth of 2001," "The Light of Common Day," "How to Dig Space," "Last (?) Word on UFOs," "Time for the Stars," "The Meddlers," "Into the Abyss" (excerpt from Beyond Jupiter), "Predictions," "Of Space and the Spirit," and "`Dear Sir .... '" Clarke added brief, untitled introductions to most essays.

1994: Frontline of Discovery: Science on the Brink of Tomorrow. (With Carole Douglis, Robert Friedel, Stephen S. Hall, Richard Restak, Dava Sobel, and Walter Sullivan) Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1994. 200 pp. Clarke contributed only the "Epilogue" but is credited as one of the book's seven "Contributing Authors."

The Snows of Olympus: A Garden on Mars. London: Victor Gollancz, 1994. 120 pp. New York: Norton, 1995. 120 pp.

1998: Arthur C. Clarke & Lord Dunsany: A Correspondence. (With Lord Dunsany) Edited by Keith Allen Daniels. San Francisco: Anamnesis Press, 1998. 83 pp.

1999: Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999. 558 pp. Contents: "Acknowledgments," "Preface," "Introduction" to Part I, "Dunsany, Lord of Fantasy," "Rockets," "The Coming Age of Rocket Power," "Extraterrestrial Relays," "The Moon and Mr. Farnsworth," "The Challenge of the Spaceship," "First Men in the Moon," "The Problem of Dr. Campbell," "The Lackeys of Wall Street," "Voyages to the Moon," "You're on the Glide Path, I Think," "Morphological Astronomy," "The Conquest of Space," "Introduction" to Part II, "The Effect of Interplanetary Flight," "Space Travel in Fact and Fiction," "Review: Destination Moon," "Interplanetary Flight," "The Exploration of Space," "Review: When Worlds Collide," "Review: Man on the Moon," "Flying Saucers," "Review: Flying Saucers Have Landed," "Undersea Holiday," "The Exploration of the Moon," "Eclipse," "Astronomical Fallacies," "The Star of Bethlehem," "Capricorn to Cancer," "Keeping House in Colombo," "The Reefcombers' Derby," "Rest Houses, Catamarans, and Sharks," "The First Wreck," "A Clear Run to the South Pole," "The Isle of Taprobane," "The Great Reef," "Winding Up," "Introduction" to Part III, "Failures of Nerve and Imagination," "We'll Never Conquer Space" ("Space, the Unconquerable"), "Rocket to the Renaissance," "The Obsolescence of Man," "Space and the Spirit of Man," "The Uses of the Moon," "The Playing Fields of Space," "Kalinga Prize Speech," "More Than Five Senses," "Son of Dr. Strangelove," "Possible, That's All!," "The Mind of the Machine," "God and Einstein," "Introduction" to Part IV, "Satellites and Saris," "Mars and the Mind of Man," "The Sea of Sinbad," "Willy and Chesley," "The Snows of Olympus," "Writing to Sell," "Introduction" to Part V, "The Steam-Powered Word Processor," "Afterword: `Maelstrom II,'" "Mother Nature Got There First," "Message to Comsat, February 18, 1988," "Graduation Address: International Space University," "Back to 2001," "Coauthors and Other Nuisances," "The Power of Compression," "Life in the Fax Lane," "Credo," "The Colors of Infinity: Exploring the Fractal Universe," "Close Encounters with Cosmonauts," "The Century Syndrome," "Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf?," "My Four Feet on the Ground," "Introduction" to Part VI, "Marconi Symposium," "Introduction to Charlie Pellegrino's Unearthing Atlantis," "Tribute to Robert A. Heinlein (1907-1988)," Satyajit and Stanley," "Aspects of Science Fiction," "Save the Giant Squid!," "A Choice of Futures," "Gene Roddenberry," "Introduction to Jack Williamson's Beachhead," "Scenario for a Civilized Planet," "NASA Sutra: Eros in Orbit," "Minehead Made Me," "Good-bye, Isaac," "Encyclical," "Letter from Sri Lanka," "Message to Mars" [excerpt from The Snows of Olympus], "Preface: The War of the Worlds," "Preface: The First Men in the Moon," "The Joy of Maths," "Tribute to Robert Bloch," "Spaceguard," "Foreword: Encyclopedia of Frauds by James Randi," "Bucky," "Homage to Frank Paul," "Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!," "The Birth of HAL," "The Coming Cyberclasm," "Tribute to David Lasser," "Toilets of the Gods," "When Will the Real Space Age Begin?," "Review: Imagined Worlds by Freeman Dyson," "Eyes on the Universe," "Walter Alvarez and Garrit L. Verschuur," "The Gay Warlords," "More Last Words on UFOs," "Carl Sagan," "For Cherene, Tamara, and Melinda," "Science and Society," "Is There Life After Television?," and "The Twenty-First Century: A (Very) Brief History."

2003: From Narnia to a Space Odyssey: The War of Ideas Between Arthur C. Clarke and C. S. Lewis. (With C. S. Lewis) Edited by Ryder W. Miller. New York: iBooks, 2003. 176 pp. Contents: "Introduction: The Other Clarke and Lewis" (by Miller), "C. S. Lewis: `Protector of the Heavens'" (by Miller), "Arthur C. Clarke: `Man of the Century'" (by Miller), "Preface" (by Clarke), "The Clarke/Lewis Correspondence" (by Clarke and Lewis), "Ministering Angels" (by Lewis), "Forms of Things Unknown" (by Lewis), "On Science Fiction" (by Lewis), "A Meeting with Medusa," "Jupiter Five," "The Nine Billion Names of God" (last three items by Clarke), "Letter to Arthur C. Clarke, 27/2/97" (by the Dalai Lama), "The Star," "The Light of Darkness," "The Moon and Mr. Farnsworth," "When Will the Real Space Age Begin?," and "A Final Letter from Arthur C. Clarke" (last five items by Clarke).

2005: Asteroid. (With Patrick Moore) Introduction by Martin Rees. Exeter, Great Britain: Canopus Press, 2005. 35 pp. Attributed to "Patrick Moore & Arthur C. Clarke," though Moore's introductory piece "Stop Press!" indicates that Moore "wrote most of the text" ([iii]). A "Foreword" credited only to Clarke is listed below.

IX. Articles

1934: "Musical Interlude." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 23 (Autumn, 1934), 33-34. Farcical recommendations for music to be played.
Republished in Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 27-28.

"Peeps at Many Lands and Places No. 3 — The Technical Institute." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 23 (Autumn, 1934), 33-34. Farcical description of actual place.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 29-31.
Republished as "The Technical Institute," Old Huish Association website, at http://oldhuishassociation.org.uk/1930s_and_before.html .

"Poor Piano!" (as by ART) The Huish Magazine, 23 (Summer, 1934), page numbers unknown. Original tongue twisters; not listed in Samuelson; publication in this issue deduced from position in Childhood Ends.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 15.

1935: "Brendon House." (As by A. C. Clarke, with R. W. Small) "House Notes." The Huish Magazine, 24 (Spring, 1935), 3. This, and later items with the same title or simply entitled "Brendon," are brief discussions of the athletic achievements of said dormitory.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 32.

"Brendon House." (As by A. C. Clarke, with R. W. Small) "House Notes." The Huish Magazine, 24 (Summer, 1935), 4.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 39.

"Brendon House." (As by A. C. Clarke, with R. B. Canever) "House Notes." The Huish Magazine, 24 (Autumn, 1935), 5-6.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 42.

"Huish and Hollywood." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 24 (Autumn, 1935), 32-34. Lightly fictionalized account of film society's activities.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 43-45.

"Mars." IDA and Victoria Magazine, 21 (July, 1935), 147-152.

"Our Noble Heritage." (As by ARCH) The Huish Magazine, 24 (Autumn, 1935), 39-41.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 46-47.

1936: "Brendon." (As by A. C. Clarke, with R. B. Canever) "House Notes." The Huish Magazine, 25 (Spring, 1936), 11.
Republished as "Brendon House (Spring, 1936)" in Childhood Ends, 58.

"The Ciné Club." The Huish Magazine, 25 (Spring, 1936), 4.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 57.

"Further Exploits of Huish Films, Inc." (As by Clericus) The Huish Magazine, 25 (Spring, 1936), 46-47.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 67.

1937: "Into Space." Checquer Board, 13 (October, 1937), 17-19. Republication in Childhood Ends indicates that it was also published in an unknown issue of The Huish Magazine.

"Science Fiction — Past, Present, and Future." Novae Terrae, 2:2 (June Supplement, 1937), 9-12.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT14.htm .

"Science Fiction v. Mr. Youd." Novae Terrae, 2:6 (November, 1937), 13-15.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT18.htm .

"Technicalities." Written by Technical Committee that included Clarke, R. A. Smith, A. Janser, E. Ross, and H. Brumhill, overseen by J. H. Edwards) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 4 (December, 1937), 8-15.

1938: "The Fantastic Muse." Novae Terrae, 2:11 (May, 1938), 18-20.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT23.htm .

"The Greatest Adventure." Original publication information unknown; its republication and position in the 1996 compilation Childhood Ends indicates that it was first published in an unknown 1938 issue of The Huish Magazine; it is possibly "Man's Empire of Tomorrow" under a different title.

"Investigation." Novae Terrae, 3:1 (August, 1938), 19-20, 46. Article soliciting responses to a survey about science fiction.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/FanStuff/THEN%20Archive/NewWorlds/NT25.htm#19.NAM .

"Man's Empire of Tomorrow." Tales of Wonder, No. 5 (Winter, 1938), 74-79.

"Science Fiction for Beginners." British Scientifiction Fantasy Review, 1 (January, 1938), 4, 6.

1939: "The B.I.S. Technical Report." (Unsigned) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 5 (January, 1939), 17-21.

"An Elementary Mathematical Approach to Astronautics." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 5 (January, 1939), 26-28.

"The Interplanetary Approach." Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 3 (April, 1939), 3-5.

"Report of the Technical Committee." (Unsigned) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 5 (July, 1939), 17-20.

"Reverie." New Worlds, 1:4 (August, 1939), 10-11.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NW4.htm .

"Trade Follows the Rocket." Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 3 (April, 1939), 6-9.

"We Can Rocket to the Moon – Now!" Tales of Wonder, No. 7 (Summer, 1939), 84-88.

1940: "The Conquest of Space: Readers' Views." (With Kenneth Bulmer, John Burke, Harry Turner, and Osmond Robb) Tales of Wonder, No. 12 (Fall, 1940), 2-5.

"How to Build a Spaceship." The Futurian, 3:1 (Winter, 1940), 4-7.

"The World of Tomorrow: Readers' Views." (With C. A. Fielder, A. G. Hoad, R. L. Somerville, and Francis C. Fears) Tales of Wonder, No. 11 (Summer, 1940), 2-5.

1941: "Ego & the Dying Planet." (Officially credited to an unknown author) Garygoyle, 2:2 (April, 1941), 38-39. A summary of an early version of Clarke's Against the Fall of Night. Possibly a retitled version of the announced but never published 1940 "story," "Court News."

1942: "Bicarbonate for Eric." Fantast, 3 (April, 1942), 6-7.

"More Television Waveforms." Electronic Engineering, 15 (November, 1942), 245-247.

1944: "Dunsany — Lord of Fantasy." (As "Author Appreciation: Dunsany — Lord of Fantasy") Futurian War Digest, 5:2 (December, 1944), 2-4.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FWD/FWD38.htm#7.NAM .

"Linearity Circuits." Wireless Engineer, 21 (June, 1944), 256-266.

1945: "The Astronomer's New Weapons: Electronic Aids to Navigation." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 55:6 (August, 1945), 143-147.

"Extra-Terrestrial Relays." Wireless World, 51 (October, 1945), 305-308.

"The Ideal Astronautical Society." As by Arthur Clark) Spacewards (Official Journal of the Combined British Astronautical Societies), 6 (January, 1945), 2-5.

1946: "Approaches by Ground Control." (Unsigned) Flight, 5 (July 11, 1946), 47-49.

"Astronomical Radar: Some Future Possibilities." Wireless World, 52 (October, 1946), 321-323.

"By Rocket to the Moon." Star (October 18, 1946), 9.

"The Challenge of the Spaceship." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 6 (December, 1946), 66-78. Republished as "Spaceships." Omni, 1:5 (February, 1979), 77-85.

"Radar and Astronomy." Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 1 (July, 1946), 61-69.

"Radio Propagation and the Sun." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 56 (October, 1946), 149.

"The Rocket and the Future of Warfare." Royal Air Force Quarterly and Empire Forces Journal, 17 (March, 1946), 61-69.

1947: "Astronautics and Poetry." Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 2:2 (February, 1947), 21-24.

"Chairman's Address." Annual Report of the British Interplanetary Society (1946-1947), 4-7. Bound with the September, 1947 issues of The Journal of the British Interplanetary Society and The Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society.

"Exploration of Moon and Planets." London Calling (Journal of the British Broadcasting Corporation), No. 419 (October 2, 1947), 12.

"First Men in the Moon." Star, January 30, 1947, 6.

"Into Space." Air Mail (The Official Organ of the RAFA), (February, 1947), 19, 21.

"Out of This World." Everywoman, 9 (January, 1947), 27.

"Principles of Rocket Flight, Part I: The Laws of Rocket Motion." Aeroplane, 72 (January 3, 1947), 14-16.

"Principles of Rocket Flight, Part II: Rocket Flight in Space." Aeroplane, 72 (January 10, 1947), 48-50.

"Rockets and Orbits." Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 2 (January, 1947), 14.

"Stationary Orbits." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 57:6 (December, 1947), 232-237.

"A Universal Escape-Velocity Mass-Ratio Chart." Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 2:4 (May, 1947), 72-73.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 57 (April, 1947), 164-165.

1948: "Electronics and Space-Flight." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 7:2 (March, 1948), 49-69.

"Richard Jefferies." (As "A Link with Jeffries: Unpublished Letters Written When He Was Engaged on 'Red Deer'") The Field, 191 (May, 1948), 494.

"The Problem of Dr. Campbell." (As by A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 7 (September, 1948), 195-197.

"Rocket Exploration." Endeavour, 7 (April, 1948), 70-74. Condensed and republished as "Rocket to the Moon," Thinker's Digest (Winter, 1948), 19-22.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 58 (April, 1948), 90-91.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 58 (May, 1948), 119.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 58 (August, 1948), 203-204.

"A Walk on the Moon." Everywoman, 9 (March, 1948), 13.

1949: "Arthur C. Clarke Defends 'The Lackeys of Wall Street.'" Fantasy Review, 3:13 (February/March, 1949), 2-3.
Republished as "The Lackeys of Wall Street." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 54-57.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FR/fr13.htm .

"The Dynamics of Space Flight." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 8:2 (March, 1949), 71-84.

"Infrared Image Tubes." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (February, 1949), 106.

"Meteors as a Danger to Space Flight." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 8 (July, 1949), 157-162.

"The Radio Telescope." (As by A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59:5 (April, 1949), 156-159.

"Radio Transmission from the Moon." (As A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (July, 1949), 175.

"The Shape of Ships to Come." New Worlds, 2, No. 4 (1949), 40-42.

"Twelve Months Reviewed." Aeroplane, 77 (December 30, 1949), 862.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (February, 1949), 106.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (April, 1949), 144-145.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (May, 1949), 172.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (July, 1949), 198.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (October, 1949), 244.

"You're on the Glide Path — I Think." (As by A. C. C.) The Aeroplane, 77 (September 23, 1949), 441-442.

1950: "Arthur C. Clarke Examines the Spaceships of Fiction." Science Fantasy Review, 4 (Spring, 1950), 10-13. Description of Clarke lecture.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FR/sfr18.htm .

"Artificial Satellites." (As by A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (October, 1950), 236-237.

"Astronautics." (As by A. C. C.) Chambers' Encyclopedia. Volume 11. London: George Newnes, 741-742.

"Conquest of Space." Fortnightly, 173 (March, 1950), 161-167. Condensed and republished as "Rocket Tours to Mars." English Digest, 33 (June, 1950), 80-83.

"Electromagnetic Launching as a Major Contribution to Space-Flight." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 9:6 (November, 1950), 261-267.

"Flying Saucers — Ours or Theirs?" Answers (June 10, 1950), 15.

"Interplanetary Politics." Public Opinion, 178 (September 1, 1950), 10-11.

"Islands in the Sky." Lilliput, 27:1 (July, 1950), 31-34.

"Mind of the Machine." Public Opinion, 177 (June 9, 1950), 10.

"New Worlds by Rocket." Public Opinion, 177 (March 17, 1950), 9.

"To the Moon in 100 Hours." Star (May 22, 1950), 9.

"Space-Travel in Fact and Fiction." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 9 (September, 1950), 213-230.

"The Stars Out of Step." Public Opinion, 178 (September 15, 1950), 10-11.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (January, 1950), 46.

Untitled comments. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (February, 1950), 70, 76.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (May, 1950), 161.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (July, 1950), 186.

1951: "Aeronautics — The Dawn of Space Flight." Programme of the Daily Express "50 Years of Flying" Exhibition and Display. Hendon, England: Daily Express, 1951, 65, 69.

"Chairman's Address." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 10 (September, 1951), 310-315. Part of Annual Report subsection.

"Interplanetary Navigation." (As by A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 62 (December, 1951), 41-43.

"No Apologies for Science Fiction." Smith's Trade Circular, No. 1 (November 3, 1951), 43.

"Signals from the Stars." Radar Bulletin (Official Journal of the Radar Association), 2 (Spring, 1951), 14.

"Spacesuits Will Be Worn." New Worlds, 4, No. 10 (1951), 56-59.

"To the Moon by 1980." Sunday Times, September 16, 1951, 4.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 61 (January, 1951), 38.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 61 (February, 1951), 68.

Untitled comments. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 61 (March, 1951), 93, 96, 99.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 61 (April, 1951), 124.

Untitled comments. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 61 (July, 1951), 176, 178, 184.

"Warfare by Rockets." Public Opinion, 179 (January 26, 1951), 13-14.

"Worlds of Tomorrow, Part 1: First Man on the Moon: The Greatest Adventure Story of the Ages." Sunday Chronicle, April 22, 1951, 2.

"Worlds of Tomorrow, Part 2: Adrift in Space 500 Miles Up." Sunday Chronicle, April 29, 1951, 2.

"Worlds of Tomorrow, Part 3: Falling through Space to a Moon Landing." Sunday Chronicle, May 6, 1951, 2.

"Worlds of Tomorrow, Part 4: Man Builds the First City on the Moon." Sunday Chronicle, May 13, 1951, 2.

"Worlds of Tomorrow, Part 5: Life in a Luxury Hotel Built in the Sky." Sunday Chronicle, May 20, 1951, 2.

1952: "Chairman's Address." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 11 (September, 1952), 306-311. Part of Annual Report subsection.

"Cities in Space." Islands in the Sky. By Arthur C. Clarke. Philadelphia and Toronto: John C. Winston Company, 1952, vii-ix.

"Discoverer of Radium: The Story of Marie Curie." The "Girl" Book of Modern Adventurers. London: Hulton, 97-110.

"Introduction to the Temple Memoirs." Slant, No. 7 (Winter 1952/1953), 31.

"Journey into Space, Part 1." Illustrated, July 5, 1952, 20-23.

"Journey into Space, Part 2: The First Landing on the Moon." Illustrated, July 12, 1952, 20-21, 37-38.

"Journey into Space, Part 3: What Will We Find on Mars?" Illustrated, July 19, 1952, 32-33, 42.

"Journey into Space, Part 4: Pioneers in Space Suits." Illustrated, July 26, 1952, 39, 41.

"Liner to Mars." Picture Post, March 1, 1952, 24-25, 57.

"The Rocket and the Future of Astronomy." Occasional Notes of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2:14 (December, 1952), 127-136.

"Sinbad in a Spaceship." New York Times Book Review, November 26, 1952, 6.

Untitled comments. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 62 (February, 1952), 98-99, 122.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 62 (March, 1952), 134.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 62 (April, 1952), 166-167.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 63 (December, 1952), 32.

"We Are on the Way." Collins' Magazine for Boys and Girls, 5 (August, 1952), 11.

"What Will We Do with the Moon?" Popular Science, 160 (April, 1952), 164-167, 264, 266.

1953: "About Arthur C. Clarke." Childhood's End, by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Ballantine, 215-217. Anonymous biographical statement with a comment by Clarke; the same text was frequently revised and republished in other Clarke books.

"About Ray Bradbury." Science Fiction News (Flyer of the United Kingdom Science Fiction Book Club), 1 (March-April, 1953), 4-5.

"Arthur C. Clarke in Baltimore." A.S.F.O. (Newsletter of the Atlanta Science Fiction Organization), 1 (January, 1953), unpaginated insert.

"Chairman's Address." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 12 (September, 1953), 298-302. Part of Annual Report subsection.

"'Ego' Visits America." A.S.F.O. (Newsletter of the Atlanta Science Fiction Organization), 1 (January, 1953), 13-15.

"Flying Saucers." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 12 (May, 1953), 97-100.

"Is There Too Much?" Authentic Science Fiction Monthly, No. 29 (January, 1953), 30.

"The Road to the Planets." Astronomy for Everyone. Edited by Martin Davidson. London: J. M. Dent, 480-485.

"Science Fiction: Preparation for the Age of Space." Modern Science Fiction: Its Meaning and Its Future. Edited by Reginald Bretnor. City: Coward-McCann, 1953, 197-220.

"So You're Going to Mars." (As "A Journey to Mars") Holiday, 13 (March, 1953), 98-100, 121-122, 124, 126-130.

"Space Flight, Part 1: Men on the Moon in Thirty Years." Star, September 15, 1953, 5.

"Space Flight, Part 2: Moon-Based Men Land on Mars." Star, September 16, 1953, 9.

"Space Flight, Part 3: Light Rocket Reaches Saturn's Moons." Star, September 17, 1953, 11.

"Space Flight, Part 4: Man's Fantastic Cities on Mars." Star, September 18, 1953, 5.

"Space Flight, Part 5: Shall We Find Life on Other Worlds?" Star, September 21, 1953, 9.

"Space Flight, Part 6: The Flying Gasworks." Star, September 22, 1953, 11.

"Space Flight, Part 7: Millions of Worlds Like Ours." Star, September 23, 1953, 9.

"Stargazing." Cosmos Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine, 1:1 (September, 1953), back end paper.

"To Quote: Arthur C. Clarke." Amazing Stories, 27:5 (June/July, 1953), 2.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 63 (February, 1953), 101.

Untitled comments. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 63 (March, 1953), 136, 139.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 63 (April, 1953), 175.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 64 (December, 1953), 21.

Untitled speech. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 63 (January, 1953), 66-69.

"Vacation in Vacuum." (As "Outer-Space Vacation") Holiday, 14 (November, 1953), 72-73, 75-78, 97-98.

"Will We Ever Reach the Stars?" Science Digest, 33 (April, 1953), 31-36.

1954: "Astronautical Fallacies." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 13 (November, 1954), 324-328.

"Before the Tourists Get There." Men Only, 19 (December, 1954), 127-128, 131-132, 135.

"The Challenge of the Planets." Seventeen, 13 (December, 1954), 16, 21.

"Dawn of the Space Age." Seventeen, 13 (November, 1954), 18, 21.

"Frontier in the Sky." Seventeen, 13 (October, 1954), 50, 52.

"The Star of Bethlehem." (As "What Was the Star of Bethlehem"?) Holiday, 16 (December, 1954), 95-99, 101-102.
Revised version as "What Star Was This?" Saturday Evening Post, 248:9 (December, 1976), 48-49, 96.

"The Submarine Playground," (As "Undersea Holiday") Holiday, 16 (August, 1954), 52-54, 80-81.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 64 (January, 1954), 61-62.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 64 (February, 1954), 113.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 64 (March, 1954), 154.

"Where Do We Go from Here?" Seventeen, 13 (September, 1954), 52-54.

1955: "The Age of Expendability." Seventeen, 14 (February, 1955), 48, 50.

"Bread from the Waters." Seventeen, 14 (August, 1955), 110-111.

"The Greatest Show Off Earth." Holiday, 17 (June, 1955), 74, 76, 127-128, 130-131, 133.

"Into the Abyss." Seventeen, 14 (July, 1955), 16.

"Journey by Earthlight." (As "Weekend on the Moon") Holiday, 17 (February, 1955), 35-36, 117-120.

"Love and Electronics." Seventeen, 14 (April, 1955), 13-14.

"Man vs. Machine." Seventeen, 14 (March, 1955), 38-39.

"The Perfect Pet." Seventeen, 14 (May, 1955), 48, 50.

"The Planets Are Not Enough." The Saturday Review of Literature, 38 (November 26, 1955), 11-12, 34-36.

1956: "Space Ships Will Change Your Life." Everybody's, October 27, 1956, 14, 30.

"They Take a Dim View of Mars." Daily Mail, September 6, 1956, 6.

Untitled speech given in Australia. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 66 (February, 1956), 93-95.

1957: "Any Minute Now ... This Rocket Will Be 4000 Miles Up." Daily Mail, October 1, 1957, 6.

"Author's Note." The Deep Range, by Clarke. New York: Harcourt, Brace, n.p. Samuelson: "2 pages before page 1."

"Beneath the Seas of Ceylon." Ceylon Today, 6 (August, 1957), 14-19.

"The Conquest of Gravity." Holiday, 22 (December, 1957), 62.

"The First Space Man Will Not Be a Superman." Daily Mail, November 6, 1957, 6.

"Housekeeping without Gravity." Seventeen, 16 (August, 1957), 112.

"London to the Moon by 1980?" Everybody's, August 3, 1957, 14-15, 29.

"Meteors." (As "Fire-Streaks from Outer Space") Holiday, 22 (August, 1957), 11-12, 14, 16, 20-22.

"A New Moon Is Born." Holiday, 22 (November, 1957), 60-61, 104-106.

"On the Morality of Space." Saturday Review of Literature, 40 (October 5, 1957), 35-36.

"Springboard to Space." The Lion, volume number (March, 1957), page numbers unknown.

"The Sun." (As "The Secret of the Sun") Holiday, 21 (March, 1957), 94-95, 178-192.

"There's Nothing New about Sputniks." Everybody's, December 7, 1957, 26-27. Adapted from The Making of a Moon.

"Visions for a New Year ... and a New Era." "Words to Live By." This Week, December 29, 1957, 2.

"Visit to Vanguard." Spaceflight, 1 (July, 1957), 127-129.

"What Can We Do about the Weather?" (As "Man-Made Weather") Holiday, 21 (May, 1957), 74-75, 188-190, 193.

"Where's Everybody?" Harper's Magazine, 215 (November, 1957), 73-77.

"Why Let the Moon Slip from Our Grasp?" Evening Standard, September 23, 1957, 21.

1958: "Across the Sea of Stars." (As "Man's Fate in Space") Coronet, 44 (August, 1958), 88-90.

"After Hollywood — What?" (As "When Life Becomes a Dream") Holiday, 23 (March, 1958), 34.

"Change Your Body, Sir?" (As "Coming: The Mechanical Man") Holiday, 24 (July, 1958), 22.

"The End of Night." (As "Sleep No More") Holiday, 24 (December, 1958), 40.

"First Man on the Moon — A Profile: Not Too Young, Stable, Intelligent." Chicago Sun-Times, November 16, 1958, Section 2, 1-2.

"First Step — The Moon." Think, July 24, 1958, 14-16.

"Gateway to the Animal Mind." Holiday, 24 (August, 1958), 25.

"Gone Today, Here Tomorrow." Holiday, 23 (January, 1958), 28. Also in Everybody's, January 10, 1958, 6.

"I'll Put a Girdle Round the Earth in Forty Minutes." American Heritage, 9:6 (October, 1958), 40-44, 85-96. Excerpt from Voice Across the Sea.

"The Navy's Eye in the Sky." This Week, September 21, 1958, 10, 35.

"Of Mind and Matter." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 15:4 (October, 1958), 20-26.

"Notes in Passing: Philosophy of Astronautics." Art & Architecture, 75 (August, 1958), 9.

"Opening the Doors of Memory." Holiday, 23 (January, 1958), 27. Also in Everybody's, January 10, 1958, 6.

"Our Dumb Colleagues." Harper's, 216 (February, 1958), 32-33.

"Question Time." (As "U.S.A.: A Spaceman Rides the Lecture Circuit") Holiday, 24 (October, 1958), 28, 30-32.

"The Radio Universe." (As "Messages from the Invisible Universe") New York Times Magazine, November 30, 1958, 29-30, 32.

"Robots in the Nursery." Holiday, 24 (September, 1958), 19.

"A Shortcut Through Space." Holiday, 24 (November, 1958), 48.

"Stairway to the Stars." Everybody's, October 25, 1958, 6-7. Excerpt from The Making of a Moon.

"Standing Room Only." Harper's, 216 (April, 1958), 54-57.

"Transition — From Fantasy to Science." SF '58: The Year's Greatest Science-Fiction and Fantasy. Edited by Judith Merril. Hicksville, New York: Gnome Press, 226-231. Excerpt from The Making of a Moon.

"The Ultimate Machine." Harper's, 217 (August, 1958), 74. Excerpt from Voice Across the Sea.

"Which Way Is Up?" (As "Getting Ready for Space Travel") Holiday, 23 (May, 1958), 64-65, 126, 128-129.

"You Name It and It's Yours." (As "A World Beyond Aladdin's Dreams") Holiday, 23 (June, 1958), 42.

1959: "Beating the Clock." Everybody's, February 14, 1959, 12-13.

"Means and Ends in the Space Age." Space Digest, 2 (November, 1959), 74-76. Excerpt from The Exploration of Space.

"Men on the Moon." Holiday, 25 (February, 1959), 48-49, 153-155.

"Oh for the Wings ...." Holiday, 25 (June, 1959), 51-52.

"Of Space and the Spirit." (As "Space and the Spirit of Man") Horizon, 1 (January, 1959), 27-30, 122-123. Also published as "Space Flight and the Spirit of Man."

"Recent Astronomical Observations in Ceylon." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 69 (January, 1959), 20-21.

"Things in the Sky." (As "What's Up There?") Holiday, 25 (March, 1959), 32, 34-37, 39-40.

Untitled comment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 69 (October, 1959), 258.

Untitled excerpt from testimony. The Next Ten Years in Space, 1959-1969: Staff Report of the Select Committee on Astronautics and Space Exploration. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1959, 32.

"Voices from the Sky." (As "Faces from the Sky") Holiday, 26 (September, 1959), 48-49, 109-111.

"Way Stations in Space: The Planets." New York Times Magazine, March 8, 1959, 30, 37-38, 40.

1960: "A New Look at Space." Amazing Stories, 34:7 (July, 1960), 76-79.

"Of Whales and Perfumes: Secrets of the Sea." Holiday, 27 (February, 1960), 1, 3-4.

"Riding on Air." Holiday, 27 (May, 1960), 24, 26-30.

"Rocket to the Renaissance." Playboy, 7 (July, 1960), 34, 38, 48, 83-84.

"Science in Ceylon." Ceylon Observer, December 17, 1960, 6.

"Shaver's Regress." D.A.C. News (Detroit Athletic Club), 45 (April, 1960), 39-40.

"Shaw and the Sound Barrier." Virginia Quarterly, 36:1 (Winter, 1960), 72-77.

"Space, the Unconquerable." (As "We'll Never Conquer Space") Science Digest, 47 (June, 1960), 53-58.

"Will a Hungry World Raise Fish for Food?" Popular Science, 177 (November, 1960), 74-76, 216. Excerpt from The Challenge of the Sea.

1961: "Arthur C. Clarke." The Challenge of the Spaceship: Previews of Tomorrow's World. New York: Ballantine Books, 1961, 187-189. Revised as "About the Author."

"Ceylon's Fortress in the Sky." Holiday, 30 (November, 1961), 160-162, 190.

"Down to Earth Survey of Space." New York Times Magazine, November 5, 1961, 32, 40, 42.

"Eclipses of the Sun." Ceylon Daily News, February 15, 1961, 6.

"The Gulf Stream." Holiday, 29 (June, 1961), 80-81.

"Lights under the Sea." D.A.C. News (Detroit Athletic Club), 46 (September, 1961), 55-56.

"Loud Voices in the Deep." Holiday, 29 (May, 1960), 16. Revised excerpt from The Challenge of the Sea.

"The Obsolescence of Man." (As "Machina ex Deus") Playboy, 8 (July, 1961), 45-66, 70, 100-102.

"Space Travel and Human Affairs." Vidja (Ceylon Association for the Advancement of Science), 2 (June, 1961), 1-2. Excerpt from "The Challenge of the Spaceship" (1946).

"The Uses of the Moon." Harper's Magazine, 223 (December, 1961), 56-62.

1962: "About Time." (As "The Tyranny of Time") Horizon, 4 (July, 1962), 80-88.

"Ages of Plenty." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 137-150. First part published as "Potentials in Power."

"Aladdin's Lamp." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 151-166. [Same as "You Name It and It's Yours"?]

"Beyond Gravity." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 54-66.
Republished in Playboy, 10 (February, 1963), 71, 80, 112, 114.

"Blacking Out the Sun: The Risks Are Slight." Ceylon Observer, July 15, 1962, 8.

"Brain and Body." (As "Mind Beyond Matter") Playboy, 9 (October, 1962), 105-106, 144-145.

"Broadway and the Satellites." (As "Telstar on Broadway") Playbill (New York), 6 (October 8, 1962), 5, 7, 9, 32.

"Chart of the Future." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, [221-223]. Also referenced as "Next 100 Years."

Revised version. Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. Revised Edition. London: Pan, 1973, 250-251. New York: Harper & Row, 234-235.

Second revised version. "Chart of the Future." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. Second Revised Edition. London: Victor Gollancz, 1982, [253-255]. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984, [253-255].

Third revised version as "Chart of the Future (Millennial Edition)." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. Millennial Edition. London: Victor Gollancz, 1999, page numbers unknown.

"Dial World — Via a Radio Station on Your Wrist." Sunday Citizen, November 18, 1962, 8. Excerpt from "Voices in the Sky."

"Did the Whale Really Swallow Jonah?" Holiday, 31 (March, 1962), 178-180.

"The Electronic Revolution." (As "Spark of the Second Industrial Revolution") New York Times Magazine, December 9, 1962, 32.

"The Future of Transport." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 32-45. First part of "World Without Distance."

"Half a Million Laxapanas from Our Noon-Day Sun." Ceylon Observer, January 7, 1962, 3.

"The Hazards of Prophecy." Playboy, 9 (March, 1962), 51, 56, 102, 104.

"Hazards of Prophecy: The Failure of Imagination." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 23-31. Expansion of part of "The Hazards of Prophecy."

"Hazards of Prophecy: The Failure of Nerve." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 13-22. Expansion of part of "The Hazards of Prophecy."

"Invisible Men, and Other Prodigies." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 157-167. Expansion of part of "The Hazards of Prophecy."

"Kalinga Award Speech." (As "The Kalinga Award," guest editorial) New Worlds, 42 (November, 1962), 2-3, 117-118. Incomplete; conclusion missing.

"The Long Twilight." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 217-220.

"The Planets: Facts and Fancies." Think, 28 (May, 1962), 22-25.

"The Planets in February." Sunday Times of Ceylon, January 7, 1962, 9.

"The Playing Fields of Space." Holiday, 31 (June, 1962), 87-89, 92.

"The Popularisation of Science." Ceylon Daily News, November 22, 1962, 6, 9.

"Potentials in Power." D.A.C. News (Detroit Athletic Club), 47 (October, 1962), 69-70, 72. Later expanded as "Age of Plenty."

"The Quest for Speed." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 67-74. Second part of "World Without Distance."

"The Road to Lilliput." (As "From Lilliput to Brobdingnag") Playboy, 9 (July, 1962), 102, 116-119.

"The Robot Space Explorers." Ceylon Daily News, November 3, 1962, 6.

"The Scent of Treasure." (As "Their Skin Diving Paid Off") This Week, April 29, 1962, 9-10.

"Servant Problem — Oriental Style." (As "The Servant Problem — Oriental Style") D.A.C. News (Detroit Athletic Club), 47 (June, 1962), 99-100, 102, 104, 106.

"Ships for the Stars." Rotarian, 100-101 (May, 1962), 12-15, 65-66, 68.

"A Short Pre-History of Comsats, or, How I Lost a Billion Dollars in My Spare Time." (As "How I Lost a Billion Dollars in My Space Time by Inventing Telstar") Rogue, 7:11 (November, 1962), page numbers unknown.

"The Social Consequences of the Communications Satellite." Horizon, 4:3 (January, 1962), 16-21.

"Spacecrews Will Fly to the Stars in Deep-Freeze." Sunday Citizen, November 4, 1962, 8. Excerpt from "We'll Never Conquer Space."

"A Star to Steer To." Elks Magazine, 41 (October, 1962), 6-7, 48-50.

"The Stars in Their Courses." (As "Commonsense and the Planets") Sunday Times of Ceylon, January 28, 1962, 8.

"Sunken Treasure Off the Coast of Ceylon." Ceylon Observer, July 15, 1962, 9. Adapted excerpt from The Treasure of the Great Reef.

"This Is Only the Start." Evening News, August 13, 1962, 1-2.

"Tomorrow's Ocean Ports Will Be Inland." Sunday Citizen, November 11, 1962, 8. Excerpt from "The Future of Transport."

"World without Distance." Playboy, 9 (August, 1962), 69-70, 94-97.

"Worlds Beyond Belief." "Words to Live By." This Week, March 18, 1962, 2.

"You Can't Get There from Here." Playboy, 9:4 (April, 1962), 87-88, 124-126.

1963: "Class of '00." Tartan (3M Company in-house magazine) (Spring, 1963), 25-27.

"The Future of Science Fiction." (As by "C. Clarke") Vector, No. 20 (1963), 12-13. Included here because it is often referenced as an article by Arthur C. Clarke, but as noted it is actually twice attributed only to "C. Clarke," and both its contents and style persuasively demonstrate that it was not actually written by Clarke.

"The Light of Common Day." (As "In the Light of the Sun") Horizon, 5 (November, 1963), 48-55.

"Memoirs of an Armchair Astronaut (Retired)." (As "Armchair Astronauts") Holiday, 33 (May, 1963), 94-95, 175-178, 184.

"Mining the Universe." Rotarian, 102-103 (January, 1963), 21-23, 54. Second part of "Ages of Plenty."

"Most Wonderful Time Machine Yet Made by Man." Sunday Times of Ceylon, December 1, 1963, 14-15. Transcript of radio talk by Clarke.

"A Note from the Author." (As "Editorial") Worlds of Tomorrow, 1 (April, 1963), 4.

"Schoolmaster Who Foresaw Space Flights." Times of Ceylon, November 26, 1963, 4.

"Science and Spirituality." Vivekananda: The Cosmic Conscience. Compiled by Prafullo Chandra Das. Calcutta: Prafulla Chandra Das, Chandnichouk, Cuttack-2 (Orissa), 1963, 80-83.

"Space and Ceylon." Mathematica (Journal of the Ceylon University Mathematics Society) (December, 1963), 3-5.

"Treasure of the Great Reef." Triton, 8 (November-December, 1963), 26-29. Adapted excerpt from The Treasure of the Great Reef.

"Trouble in Aquila, and Other Astronomical Brainstorms." The Scientist Speculates: An Anthology of Partly-Baked Ideas. Edited by I. J. Good. New York: Basic Books, 225-238.

1964: "Beyond Centaurus." Playboy, 11 (November, 1964), 115-116, 176, 178, 180.

"Ceylon and the Underwater Archaeologist." Expedition, 6:3 (1964), 19-21.

"Everybody in Instant Touch." Life, 57 (September 25, 1964), 122-124, 126-128, 131.

"Fantasies of the Future." Listener and BBC Television Review, 72 (October 15, 1964), 573-575.

"The Fascinating Shark." Holiday, 36 (September, 1964), 116.

"The First Rocket." "Words to Live By." This Week, January 5, 1964), 2.

"Our Future in the Sea." Sea Hunt at the New York World's Fair, 1964-1965. Souvenir program.

"The Gift of Light." "Words to Live By." This Week, February 2, 1964, 2.

How to Dig Space." (As "How to Dig Space, or The Idiot's Guide to Astronautics") D.A.C. Club News (Detroit Athletic Club), 49 (December, 1964), 81-82, 84.

"The Meddlers." Playboy, 11 (March, 1964), 103, 168.

"Men Against the Sea." "Words to Live By." This Week, January 12, 1964, 2.

"Must the Satellite Race Leave Britain Grounded?" Daily Telegraph, March 4, 1964, 7.

"Silver Reef." Boys' Life, 54 (June, 1964), 20-21, 72-73. Adaptation of The Treasure of the Great Reef.

"The Thousands He Saved." "Words to Live By." This Week, January 26, 1964, 2.

"The Unforgettable Sight of Treasure." Weekly Herald (Sri Lanka), February 21, 1964, page numbers. Excerpt from The Treasure of the Great Reef.

"The World of the Communications Satellite." Astronautics and Aeronautics, 2 (February, 1964), 45-48.

1965: "Dear Sir ..." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 220-232.

"God and Einstein." (As "The Speed of God") Cavalier, 15, No. 150 (December, 1965), 63.
Republished as "Einstein and Science Fiction." Sigma (The Journal of the Mathematical and Astronomical Societies, University of Colombo, Ceylon) (1969-1971), 25.

"The Lunatic Fringe." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 197-203.

"Our World Will Never Be the Same." Life International, 26 (December, 1965), 17-27.

"Seas of Tomorrow." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 78-83. Samuelson notes an unconfirmed prior publication in 1961.

"Time for the Stars." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 95-107.

"To the Stars." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 27-37.

"The Winds of Space." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 84-95.

1966: "I Wrestled the Tentacles of Death." All Man, 7:6 (October, 1966), 38-39. Not in Samuelson; possibly an edited version of "How to Call on an Octopus" from The Coast of Coral.

"1965 — Year of the Breakthrough." Liverpool Daily Post, January 12, 1966, "Mars in Close-Up" supplement (Man into Space series, No. 3), 7-8.

"When Television Comes Here." Ceylon Times Weekender, December 26, 1966, 5.

1967: "Herbert George Morley Roberts Wells, Esq." If, 17:12 (December, 1967), 4-5. Guest editorial.

"Technology and the Future." (As "A Glimpse of the Future — Near and Otherwise") AIA Journal [Journal of the American Institute of Architects], 49 (August, 1967), 52, 56.

"Television: Medium of Mass Communication." Ceylon Radio Times Magazine, January 9-25, 1967, 40-41.

1968: "From the Conquest of Space, the Exciting Bonus for Man on Earth." Daily Mirror, June 10, 1968, 14.

"Haldane and Space." Haldane and Modern Biology. Edited by K. R. Dronamraju. Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, 243-248.

"The Mind of the Machine." Playboy, 15 (December, 1968), 116-118, 122, 293-294.

"More Than Five Senses." Boys' Life, 58 (April, 1968), 23-25, 52-53.

"Next: On Earth, the Good Life?" Vogue, 151 (April 15, 1968), 84-86, 142-144. Transcript of speech given in Columbus, Ohio; condensed as "2001: An Earth Odyssey"; expanded as "The World of 2001."

"Possible, That's All!" The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 35:4 (October, 1968), 63-69.

"Science Fiction — Points the Way Ahead." British Engineer, 6 (November, 1968), 28, 30.

"Sigiriya — Some Modest Proposals." Times Weekender (Ceylon), January 29, 1968, 3.

"Space Age Decade No. 2: A Prophecy." Los Angeles Times, March 31, 1968, Calendar section, 1, 22-23.

"Son of Dr. Strangelove: or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Stanley Kubrick." (As "Destination: 2001 — Kubrick at the Controls") "Lively Arts." New York, 1 (August 11, 1968), 100-101.

"The Space-Station: It's [sic] Radio Applications." Spaceflight, 10:3 (March, 1968), 85-86. Originally written and privately distributed as a British Interplanetary Society memo on May 25, 1945.

"2001: A Space Odyssey." Military Life, 5 (May, 1968), 12, 14.

"The Vandals — of the Past and Future." Observer Magazine (Ceylon), January 14, 1968, 8.

"Voices from the Sky." Spaceflight, 10 (March, 1968), 78-84. Not the same as 1959 article.

"When the Aliens Come." (As "When Earthman and Alien Meet") Playboy, 15 (January, 1968), 118-121, 126, 210-212.

1969: "Beyond Babel." UNESCO Features, No. 564 (December, 1969), Part 1: "The Third Parent and the Survival of Mankind", 7-11; and No. 565 (January, 1970), Part 2: "Tomorrow the World," 12-15. Condensed version of speech given at the December, 1969 UNESCO Conference on Space Communications.

"Beyond the Moon: No End." Time, 94:3 (July 18, 1969), 31. Republished (with "Will Advent of Man Awaken a Sleeping Moon?") as "Time and the Times."

"Beyond Tomorrow." To the Moon and Beyond. New York: United States Information Service, 1969, [24].

"Einstein and Science Fiction." (As "God and Einstein") Sigma (The Journal of the Mathematical and Astronomical Societies, University of Colombo, Ceylon) (1969-1971), 25.

"The Future Isn't What It Used to Be." SF Symposium. Edited by José Sanz. Rio de Janiero: Instituto Nacional do Cinema, 1969, 181-188. Transcript of speech delivered in Rio de Janiero in March, 1969.

"Mogul's Silver." Treasure and Treasure Hunters. Edited by R. Armstrong. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1969, 50-59. Excerpt from The Treasure of the Great Reef.

"The Myth of 2001." Cosmos Science-Fantasy Review, No. 1 (April, 1969), 10-11.

"Next — The Planets!" Playboy, 16 (March, 1969), 95-96, 100, 168.

"Spinoff from Space." Bell Telephone Magazine, 48 (September-October, 1969), 26-32.

"They Wouldn't Have Made Such Fools of Themselves." Radio Times, 182 (March 20, 1969), 33.

"Views from Earth on the Odyssey into Space." (With I. I. Rabi and C. P. Snow) Look, 33 (February 4, 1969), 72, 77.

"Will the Advent of Man Awaken a Sleeping Moon?"] New York Times, July 17, 1969, Special Supplement "Apollo 11: Man and the Moon," 47.
Republished (with "Beyond the Moon") as "Time and the Times."

1970: "Beyond Apollo." First on the Moon: A Voyage with Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin. By Armstrong, Collins, and Aldrin, with Gene Farmer and Dora Jane Hamblin. Boston: Little, Brown, 1970, 371-419.

"Communications by Earth Satellite." Weekend (Ceylon), January 15, 1970, 29.

"The Fascination of Space." American Review [United States Information Service, New Delhi], 14 (April, 1970), 84-90.

"The Great Teacher in the Sky." Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, April 5, 1970, 23, 25-28, 30. Excerpt from "Beyond Babel."

"Man's Destiny in Space." Sunday Telegraph, August 9, 1970, 6. Excerpt from "Beyond Apollo."

"Man's Future in Space." True, 51 (July, 1970), 31-35, 86-92. Excerpt from "Beyond Apollo."

"Satellite TV: New Learning Era." Sch Progr [?], 39:5 (May, 1970), 33-35.

1971: "Moon Strike." Science Students Magazine (Vidyalankara University of Ceylon, Kalaniya) (March, 1971), 1-2.

"Schoolmaster Satellite." London Daily Telegraph Magazine, December 7, 1971, 9-10, 12.

"2001: An Earth Odyssey." Rotarian, 118-119 (July, 1971), 15-17. Condensation of "Next: On Earth, the Good Life?"

"Whatever Happened to Flying Saucers?" The Saturday Evening Post, 243:1 (Summer, 1971), 10.

1972: "Ayu Bowan, Ceylon." Welcome Aboard (BOAC inflight magazine), no date given, 22-28.

"The Birth of HAL." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 76-79.

"Beneath the Indian Ocean." (As "Ceylon: An Adventurer's Retreat") True Magazine, No. 419 (April, 1972), 38-39, 42-43.

"Christmas, Shepperton." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 29-40.

"The Dawn of Man." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 50-52.

"God and Einstein." Report on Planet Three and Other Speculations. New York: Harper & Row, 1972, 115-116.

"History Lesson." Social Education, 36:3 (March, 1972), 250-254. Described in library databases as an "article," but possibly is Clarke's story of that title.

"Mission to Jupiter." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 124-127.

"Monoliths and Manuscripts." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 41-49.

"The Next Twenty Years." (As "The Future City Is Not Manhattan, but Disney World") Chicago Tribune Magazine, November 26, 1972, 108-111.

"Out of This World." London Observer Magazine, October 29, 1972, 22-27.

"Satellites and the United States of Earth." Futurist, 6 (April, 1972), 61. Adaptation of August, 1971 speech.

"Son of Dr. Strangelove." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 17-18. (Different from "Son of Dr. Strangelove; or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Stanley Kubrick")

"Things That Can Never Be Done." Report on Planet Three and Other Speculations. New York: Harper & Row, 1972, 180-190. [Samuelson reports unconfirmed prior publication in Cavalier or Why Not]

"Voices from the Sky." Literary Calvacade, 25 (December, 1972), 26-27. Excerpt from "The Social Consequences of the Communications Satellites."

"The World of the Star Gate." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 188-191. [Samuelson says "Worlds"]

"The World of Water." Mysterious Wisteria. Edited by Theodore l. Harris et al. Oklahoma City: Economy Company, 193-199. Excerpt from The Challenge of the Sea.

"The World We Can Not See." Report on Planet Three and Other Speculations. New York: Harper & Row, 1972, 191-202. [Samuelson reports unconfirmed prior publication in Cavalier or Why Not]

1973: "Life in Space." (As "Closing in on Life in Space") Nature/Science Annual 1974. New York: Time/Life Books, 98-111.

"Mars and the Mind of Man." (As "Whether or Not There Is Life on Mars Now, There Will Be by the End of This Century") Mars and the Mind of Man. by Arthur C. Clarke, Ray Bradbury, Bruce Murray, Carl Sagan, and Walter Sullivan. New York: Harper & Row, 1973. 143 pp. Transcript of panel discussion held at the California Institute of Technology in 1971.

"Preserving Sri Lanka." Ceylon Daily News, June 5, 1973, 4.

1974: "About the Author." Rendezvous with Rama. By Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Ballantine, 276-276. Revision of "Arthur C. Clarke" (1961).

"Cable Comeback." (As "The New Cables") Voice Across the Sea. Revised Edition. New York: Harper, 1974. Revised version of "The Cable's Core" in the 1958 Voice Across the Sea.

"The Future of Man in the Sea." Oceans 2000: Third World Congress of Underwater Activities. London: British Sub-Aqua Club, [1974], 1-4.

"The Snows of Olympus." Playboy, 21 (December, 1974), 161.

Untitled comment. Oceans 2000: Third World Congress of Underwater Activities. London: British Sub-Aqua Club, [1974], 7.

Untitled comment. Oceans 2000: Third World Congress of Underwater Activities. London: British Sub-Aqua Club, [1974], 10.

Untitled comment. Oceans 2000: Third World Congress of Underwater Activities. London: British Sub-Aqua Club, [1974], 11.

Untitled comment. Oceans 2000: Third World Congress of Underwater Activities. London: British Sub-Aqua Club, [1974], 15-18.

Untitled comment. Oceans 2000: Third World Congress of Underwater Activities. London: British Sub-Aqua Club, [1974], 20-21.

Untitled comment. Oceans 2000: Third World Congress of Underwater Activities. London: British Sub-Aqua Club, [1974], 70.

1975: "HELP! I Am a Pentomino Addict." (As "Could You Solve Pentominos?") Sunday Telegraph Magazine, September 14, 1975, page numbers unknown. [Samuelson gives date as May 8, 1977, pages 30-32, 34]

"Introducing Isaac Asimov." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 48:1 (January, 1975), 113-116.

"Technology and the Limits of Knowledge." Technology and the Frontiers of Knowledge. By Arthur C, Clarke, Saul Bellow, Daniel Bell, Edmundo O'Gorman, and Sir Peter Medawar. The Frank Nelson Doubleday Lectures, 1972-1973. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 111-113.

"To the Committee on Space Science." (As untitled testimony) Future Space Programs 1975: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Space Science and Applications. (House of Representatives) Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1975, 190-200.

1976: "Satellite Communication." Postal Training Institute of Sri Lanka 1977 Annual. Colombo: Postal Training Institute, 23, 25.

"The Second Century of the Telephone." (As "Communication in the Second Century of the Telephone") Technology Review, 78 (May, 1976), 83-122.

"Viking on the Plain of Gold." (As "The Legacy of Viking — A Taste of Things to Come") Spaceflight, 18 (December, 1976), 429-431.

"Why Man Should Explore the Planets." Sunday Observer (Sri Lanka), October 3, 1976, 1.

1977: "And Now — Live from the Moon ..." The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 73-79.

"Ayu Bowan!" The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 267-273.

"The Clarke Act." The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 183-185.

"Computers and Cybernetics." The Visual Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. Edited by Brian Ash. New York: Harmony, 1977, 181. [Described as introduction by Samuelson]

"Concerning Serendipity." The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 3-8.

"Dawn of the Space Age." The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 9-12.

"Next — The Wandering Executive." COMSAT General Marifacts, 3 (October, 1977), 2-3.

"Satellites and Saris." The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 105-116. Previously published as "Satellites and the United States of Earth" and "Schoolmaster Satellite."

"The Sea of Sinbad." The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 117-130. Previously published as "Ayu Bowan, Ceylon" and "Out of This World."

"Sri Lanka and Me." Millimeter, 5 (March, 1977), 41.

"Time and The Times." The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 81-92. Previously published as "Will Advent of Man Awaken a Sleeping Moon?" and "Beyond the Moon: No End."

"Willy and Chesley." The View from Serendip. New York: Random House, 1977, 131-137.

1978: "The Destruction of Sri Lanka." Times Weekender (Sri Lanka), February 25, 1978, 1.

"The Future." COMSAT at 15. Clarkson, Maryland: Communications Satellite Corporation, 54-55.

"An Optimal Strategy for Interstellar Robot Probes." Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 33:11 (November, 1978), 438. Letter?

"Tourism — The Challenge of Change." Ceylon Daily Mirror, January 23, 1978, 4.

1979: "Apollo Plus Ten." (As "The Best Is Yet to Come") Time, 114:3 (July 16, 1979), 27.

"Sri Lanka — Pearl of the Orient." Animal Kingdom, 82 (October-November, 1979), 4-5.

"The View from Sri Lanka." Locus, 12:3 (April, 1979), 9.

1980: "Coping with Correspondents." Author, 91 (Summer, 1980), 89-90. Excerpt from "Ayu Bowan!"

"Electronics and Education." (As "Electronic Tutors") Omni, 2:9 (June, 1980), 76-78, 96.

"Law Giver." Omni, 2 (April, 1980), 80-87. Paintings by Gervasio Gallardo illustrating and accompanying the text of Clarke's Three Laws.

"Toward the 21st Century: Predictions." The People's Almanac Presents The Book of Predictions. Edited by David Wallechinsky, Amy Wallace, and Irving Wallace. New York: William Morrow, 1980, 69-71.

1981: "The Space Elevator: 'Thought-Experiment' or Key to the Universe?" Advances in Earth Orientated Applications of Space Technology, 1:1 (1981), 39-48.

1982: "Commentary." (On Isaac Asimov's Foundation Trilogy) Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, 6:12 (December, 1982), 50.

"New Telecommunication for the Developing World." Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 7:2 (June, 1982), 102-111.

"A Russian Odyssey." Locus, 15:9 (September, 1982), 1-2.

"A Russian Odyssey." Locus, 15:10 (October, 1982), 14. Photos with captions.

1983: "Beyond the Global Village." Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 53:13 (December, 1983), 6-15. Guest editorial.

"Sri Lanka's Wildlife Heritage: A Personal Perspective." National Geographic, 164:2 (August, 1983), 254-255.

"War and Peace in the Space Age." Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 53:7 (July, 1983), 6-13. Clarke's statement to the United Nations Disarmament Committee in Geneva, Switzerland, 1982, published as a guest editorial.

1984: "Forum." (With Isaac Asimov, Dmitri Bilenkin, Kir Bulychev, James E. Gunn, Harry Harrison, Joe Haldeman, Yeremei Parnov, Frederik Pohl, Vadim Shefner, and Arkadi Strugatsky) Soviet Literature, No. 2 (1984), 148-157. Clarke's contribution is on page 50.

"In the Hall of the Knights." Ascent to Orbit: A Scientific Autobiography: The Technical Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley, 1984, 9-12.

"A Martian Odyssey." The Congressional Record, September 13, 1984, 59-63. Cited by Clarke himself in "Foreword" to The Mars Project.

"2010." Omni, 7:3 (December, 1984), 76-86.

"Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf?" 1984: Spring: A Choice of Futures. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1984, 190-198.

1986: "Space Communications and the Global Family." Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarum Scripta Varia, 58: The Impact of Space Exploration on Mankind. Edited by Carlos Chagas and Vittorio Canuto. New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1986, 25-32.
Republished in How the World Was One: Beyond the Global Village. New York: Bantam, 1992, 236-242.

"Everybody's Satellites." Securing Our Planet: How to Succeed When Threats Are Too Risky and There's Really No Defense. An Ark Communications Institute Book. Edited by Don Carlson and Craig Comstock. Los Angeles: J. P. Tarcher, 1986, 246-248. Excerpt from Clarke's statement to the United Nations Committee on Disarmament, Geneva, Switzerland, 1982, published as "War and Peace in the Space Age."

"First Word." Omni, 8:10 (July, 1986), 6.

"Judy-Lynn Del Rey Appreciation." Locus, 19:4 (April, 1986), 25-26.

"Sex in the Year 2019." Penthouse, 18:1 (September, 1986), 88-91, 120, 142.

"Shaping Peace." Space Policy, 2:2 (1986), 91-92.

1987: "Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (Passage in Chapter 3, "Out of the Blue") Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. London: Guild Publishing, 1987, 77.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (Passage in Chapter 5, "Of Monsters and Mermaids") Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. London: Guild Publishing, 1987, 103-105.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (Passage in Chapter 7, "Fairies, Phantoms, Fantastic Photographs") Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. London: Guild Publishing, 1987, 145.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (Passage in Chapter 8, "Mysteries from East and West") Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. London: Guild Publishing, 1987, 163-164.

"Arthur C. Clarke Writes." (Passage in Chapter 1, "The Beasts That Hide from Man") Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. London: Guild Publishing, 1987, 9-10.

"Arthur C. Clarke Writes on 'Icebergs of Space.'" (Passage in Chapter 3, "Out of the Blue") Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. London: Guild Publishing, 1987, 65-72.

"Books: The Real Fahrenheit 451." (With Jean Auel, Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, and Marion Long) Omni, 9:5 (February, 1987), 22.

"On Weaponry." Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 108:13 (Mid-December, 1987), 46-47.

"Star Wars and Star Peace." Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 12:3 (September, 1987), 272-277.

Also published as "Star Peace." Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction, No. 47 (Winter, 1987), 5-8.

"Where Are They?" (Chapter 9) Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. London: Guild Publishing, 1987, 173-181.

1988: "The Power of Compression." (As "Words That Inspire") Reader's Digest British Edition, volume number (December, 1988), page numbers unknown.

"Robert A. Heinlein Appreciation." Locus, 21:6 (June, 1988), 81.

"A Star Is Reborn." (With Tony Curtis, Freeman J. Dyson, Oleg Cassini, Pierre Galetti, Ivo Pitanguy, Jeana Yeager, Martina Navratilova, Malcolm S. Forbes, Dave Righetti, Don King, Robert Jarvik, Bruce Sterling, Mary McFadden, Isaac Asimov, Jack LaLanne, Jackie Mason, Reggie Jackson, Henry Youngman, Michael DeBakey, and John Cleese) Omni, 11:1 (October, 1968), 66-68, 70-71, 78. Clarke's contribution on page 68 is an excerpt from The Lost Worlds of 2001.

1989: "Apollo Plus Twenty." Ad Astra, 1:7 (July/August, 1989), 30-31.

"Close Encounters with the Cosmonauts." (As "Heoжидahhbie BctpeЧи c Kocmohabtamи") Omni (Russian Edition) 1:1 (September, 1989), 24, 112. Article translated into Russian.

"First Word." Omni, 12:1 (October, 1989), 8.

"1-150." Vector, No. 150 (June, 1989), 14.

"On Rendezvous with Rama." The Best of the Nebulas. Edited by Ben Bova. New York: Tor, 1989, 24.

"Generational Saga: Responses to Kathryn Cramer's `The New Generation Gap.'" (With John D. Berry, L. Sprague de Camp, Larry Niven, Lewis Shiner, John Kessel, Vonda N. McIntyre, George Turner, John Foyster, David Brin, Robert Bloch, Fritz Leiber, Gordon Van Gelder, Paul Williams, Scott Meredith, K. W. Jeter, and Gordon R. Dickson) The New York Review of Science Fiction, No. 13 (September, 1989), 5-10. Clarke's response is on page 9.

"William F. Temple: An Appreciation." Locus, 23:2 (August, 1989), 64.

1990: "Arabia Astronautica: A Desert Odyssey." Locus, 24:2 (February, 1990), 4, 68-70.

"Credo." Living Philosophies: The Reflections of Some Eminent Men and Women of Our Time. Edited by Clifton Fadiman. Garden City: Doubleday, 1990, 47-55.

"Mother Nature Got There First." (As "If It Can Be Done, Nature's Done It Already") Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 60:9 (August, 1990), 71-74.

"My Favorite (?) Story." The New York Review of Science Fiction, No. 24 (August, 1990), 19.

"Novelizing (Ugh!)." The Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America, 24:2 (Summer, 1990), 8.

"Personal Literacy Statement." The Reading Teacher, 44:2 (1990), 168.

Remarks on William F. Temple. Lan's Lantern, No.32 (1990), page numbers unknown.

1991: "An Appreciation." (Of Gene Roddenberry) Locus, 27:6 (December, 1991), 69.

1992: "A Choice of Futures." The Illustrated London News (May, 1992), 44-50.

"For Cherene, Tamara, and Melinda." (As "A Message to Our Grandchildren about the Future." LEADERS, 15:3 (July/September, 1992), 14-15.

"Gene Roddenberry: An Appreciation." In "Continuum." Omni, 14:5 (February, 1992), 40.

"Goodbye, Isaac." (As "Isaac Asimov Appreciation") Locus, 28:5 (May, 1992), 63.

"Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!" (As "Why Is It Important?") Life, 15:9 (September, 1992), 68.

"In Memoriam: Isaac Asimov." (With multiple co-authors) Asimov's Science Fiction, 16:12/13 (November, 1992), 4-31. The same item as "Goodbye, Isaac"?

"Minehead Made Me." London Sunday Express (date, 1992), page numbers unknown.

"NASA Sutra: Eros in Orbit." (As "Eros in Orbit") Playboy, 39:12 (December, 1992), 104-106, 238.

"Reach Out and Teleport Someone." Playboy, 39:1 (January, 1992), 150-152, 193.

"Robert Heinlein." Requiem: New Collected Works by Robert A. Heinlein and Tributes to the Master. By Robert A. Heinlein. Edited by Yoji Kondo. New York: Tor, 1992, 261-264. Includes material previously published as "Requiem" in Astounding Days.

"Save the Giant Squid." (As "Squid!") Omni, 14:4 (January, 1992), 70-72.

"Scenario for a Civilized Planet." (As "What Is to Be Done?") Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 48:4 (May, 1992), 10-13.

1993: "Carl Sagan by Arthur C. Clarke." Double Exposure, Take Three. Compiled and Photographed by Roddy McDowall. New York: William Morrow, 1993, 63-65.

"Introducing Isaac." Nebula Awards 27. Edited by James Morrow. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1993, 91.

"The Mona Lisa of Mars." Arthur C. Clarke's A-Z of Mysteries: From Atlantis to Zombies. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. London: HarperCollins, 1993, 135-142.

"Scott Meredith: An Appreciation." Locus, 30:3 (March, 1993), 69.

1994: "Apollo + 25." Locus, 33:2 (August, 1994), 46.

"Killer Comets Are Out There: Now What?" The New York Times, August 14, 1994, 15.

"Reminiscences." The Work of William F. Temple: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide. By Mike Ashley. San Bernardino, California: Borgo Press, 1994, 7-8.

"Travelling Lightly." Times Higher Education Supplement, July 15, 1994, 15.

"Space Drive: A Fantasy That Could Become Reality." Ad Astra, 6:6 (November/December, 1994), 38.

1995: "Last and First Man of Vision." Times Higher Education Supplement, January 20, 1995, 20.

"Mike McQuay — An Appreciation." Locus, 35:1 (July, 1995), 62.

"Philip E. Cleator: An Appreciation." Locus, 34:4 (April, 1995), 62.

"Tribute to Robert Bloch." (Originally untitled) Robert Bloch: Appreciations of the Master. Edited by Richard Matheson and Ricia Mainhardt. New York: Tor, 1995, 201-202.

1996: "The Coming Cyberclasm." Asiaweek, 22:40 (October 4, 1996), 56. Also listed as being published in October 4, 1995.

"David Lasser: An Appreciation." Locus, 37:1 (July, 1996), 69.

"When Will the Real Space Age Begin?" Ad Astra, 8:3 (May/June, 1996), 12-13.

1997: "More Last Words on UFOs." (As "Why E.T. Will Never Call Home: Arthur C. Clarke on the Myth of the Extra-Terrestrials") The Times, August 5, 1997, 16.

1998: "Aspects of Science Fiction." Matrix, No. 129 (January/February, 1998), 12-15.

"The Final Frontier." Forbes, 162:12 (November 30, 1998), 54-64.

"Science and Society." (As "Presidents, Experts, and Asteroids") Science, 280 (June 5, 1998), 1532-1533.

1999: "Becoming HAL." Forbes, 164:8 (October 4, 1999), 143-144.

"Bucky." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 475-476. Previously published?

"Clifton Fadiman: An Appreciation." Locus, 43:2 (August, 1999), 68.

"The Gay Warlords." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 509-511. Previously published?

"Graduation Address, International Space University." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 339-341. Previously published?

"Homage to Frank Paul." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 477-478. Previously published?

"Is There Life After Television?" Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 529-533. Previously published in 1997?

"The Joy of Maths." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 460-464. Previously published?

"The Last Word." (With David Anderson, David Funge, James Richards, and Hans Starnberg) New Scientist, 164 (December 12, 1999), 81.

"Letter from Sri Lanka." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 440-447. Previously published?

"Life in the Fax Lane." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 355-357. Previously published?

"Marconi Symposium." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 387-388. Previously published?

"Message to COMSAT, February 18, 1988." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 337-338. Previously published as part of How the World Was One as "Happy Birthday, COMSAT!"

"The Moon and Mr. Farnsworth." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 26-29. Possibly first published in 1945 or 1946.

"Orbital Libraries." Index on Censorship, 28:2 (March/April, 1999), 175-179.

"Satyajit and Stanley." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 396-397. Previously published?

"Spaceguard." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 468-471. Previously published in 1994?

"Stanley Kubrick: An Appreciation." Locus, 42:2 (April, 1999), 60.

"A Thousand Years Hence." British Heritage, 20:5 (August/September, 1999), 44-48.
Republished as "A Future Odyssey." Sunday Herald Sun, February 4, 2001, 51.

"Toilet of the Gods Or: The Colon-ization of Space." Guest Editorial. Ad Astra, 11:1 (January/February, 1999), 19.

"2001 and Beyond." London Sunday Telegraph, February 21, 1999, 1-2.
Republished as "The 21st Century: Beyond 2001." Asiaweek, 25:33 (August 20, 1999), 44-45.
Available online at http://edition.cnn.com/ASIANOW/asiaweek/99/0820/cs2.html .

Revised (with a different introductory passage) and republished as "The Twenty-First Century: A (Very) Brief History." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 534-539.

"2099 ... The Beginning of History." Predictions: 30 Great Minds on the Future. Edited by Sian Griffiths. (Also described as Sian Phillips) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, 43-45.

2000: "Arthur C. Clarke at 82." Locus, 44:2 (February, 2000), 73.

"On the Eve of 2001, the Story Behind an Odyssey That Baffled a Generation." The Times, December 30, 2000, 28.

"To Stanley: In Memoriam." 2001: A Space Odyssey. London: Roc/Penguin, 2000, v-vi. Same as 1999 item?

Untitled comments on A. E. van Vogt. Locus, 44:3 (March, 2000), 66.

2001: "A Necessary Tranquilizer." Across the Board, 38:6 (November/December, 2001), 67.

"Poul Anderson." Locus, 47:3 (September, 2001), 75.

"Poul Anderson: 1926-2001." The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, 35:3 (Winter, 2001), 19.

2002: "John Robinson Pierce." Locus, 48:5 (May, 2002), 69.

2003: "Thoughts for Today (and Tomorrow)." Free Inquiry, 23:1 (Winter, 2002/2003), 16.

"2???: A Real Space Odyssey." Aviation Week and Space Technology, 158:12 (March 24, 2003), 52-53. Clarke's contribution to section "Reflections on 100 Years of Aerospace."

2005: "First Floor: Haberdashery, Curtains. 35,780th Floor: Satellite in Space." The Times, September 24, 2005, 25.

"Space Cadets Who Dared to Dream." Spaceflight, 47:11 (2005), 422.

2006: "Forty Years of Star Trek." Locus, 57:4 (October, 2006), 52.

2007: "25 IZ (25 Years of Interzone)." (With David Pringle, Greg Egan, Neal Asher, Alastair Reynolds, Christopher Fowler, Chris Beckett, and Michael Moorcock) Interzone, No. 209 (April, 2007), 4.

2008: "Arthur C. Clarke's Final Instructions." Locus, 61:4 (October, 2008), 44-45.

"Dispatches from the Future." Locus, 60:1 (January, 2008), 5, 40.
Republished in Postscripts, No. 15 (Summer, 2008), 3-5. In the table of contents, its title is given as "Editorial: Dispatches from the Future."

"Egogram 2007." Locus, 60:5 (May, 2008), 45.

"Egogram 2008." Locus, 61:2 (August, 2008), 38.

"Nintieth-Birthday Reflections." Free Inquiry, 28:4 (June/July, 2008), 24-25.

2013: "Communiqué at the End of the International Science Fiction Symposium, Japan, 1970." (With Brian W. Aldiss, Hisashi Asakura, Wasily Berezhnoy, Tadashi Fukami, Takashi Ishikawa, Norio Itoh, Snoji Ohtomo, Eremey Parnov, Frederik Pohl, Yuly Kagarlitsky, Tadashi Kohsai, Sakyo Komatsu, Judith Merril, Noriyoshi Saito, Aritsune Toyoda, Shin'ichi Hoshi, Hiroshi Manabe, Taku Mayumura, Masaru Mori, Tetsu Yano, and Wasily Zakharchenko) Science Fiction Studies, 40:3 (November, 2013), 583-584. Described as "reprinted," but prior publication is unknown.

X. Reviews

1937: "Astounding Stories ............. December 1937, Reviewed by Arthur C. Clarke." Novae Terrae, 2:7 (December, 1937), 16-17.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT19.htm .

"Zero to Eighty." British Scientifiction Fantasy Review, 1 (October, 1937), 5. Review of Zero to Eighty by Akkad Pseudoman (E. F. Northrup).

1941: "Disney on the Screen." Urania (Journal of the Junior Astronomical Association), November, 1942, 4-6. Review of "Rites of Spring" segment of the film Fantasia.

1944: "Significant Book Review." Futurian War Digest, 5:2 (December, 1944), 9-10. Review of Rockets: The Future of Travel Beyond the Stratosphere by Willy Ley. Futurian War Digest, 4 (December, 1944), 7-8.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FWD/FWD38.htm#7.NAM .

1945: Review of The Coming Age of Rocket Power by G. Edward Pendray. Spacewards, 6 (April-July, 1945), 7-8.

1946: Review of Electron Optics and the Electron Microscope by V. K. Zworykin et al. Chemistry and Industry, 24 (October 5, 1946), 366.

Review of Luminous Tube Lighting by H. A. Miller. Chemistry and Industry, 24 (September 28, 1946), 359.

1947: "Astronautics for the Millions." Fantasy Review, 1:1 (February-March, 1947), 14. Review of Moon Rocket by Arthur Wilcox and Dawn of the Space Age by Harry Harper.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FR/fr01.htm .

"Atomic Whodunit." Fantasy Review, 1 (April-May, 1947), 10. Review of The Murder of the U.S.A. by Will F. Jenkins.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FR/fr02.htm .

Review of Moon Rocket by Arthur Wilcox. Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 2 (February, 1947), 38.

Review of Rockets and Space Travel: The Future of Travel Beyond the Stratosphere by Willy Ley. Bulletin of the British Interplanetary Society, 2 (May, 1947), 77-78.

1949: Review of The Conquest of Space by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell. Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (December, 1949), 39.

"The Correlation of Radar and Visual Observation of Meteors." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (July, 1949), 206. Review of "Three-Station Radar and Visual Triangulation of Meteors" by Peter M. Millman and D. W. R. McKinley (Sky and Telescope, 8 [March, 1949]).

"The Danger of Damage by Meteors." (As by A. C. C.) Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (March, 1949), 134-135. Review of "Probability That a Meteor Will Hit or Penetrate a Body Situated in the Vicinity of the Earth by George Grimminger (Journal of Applied Physics, 19 [October, 1948]).

Review of "Diurnal Variations of Meteor Trails" (letter) by Charles A. Little (Physical Review, 74 [December 15, 1948]). (As by A. C. C.) Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 49 (March, 1949), 135.

Review of "The Existence of a Lunar Atmosphere" by Y. N. Lipski (Doklady of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Science, 65 [April, 1949]). Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (October, 1949), 244.

Review of "Morphological Astronomy" by Fritz Zwicky (Observatory, 8 [August, 1948]). Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 59 (February, 1949), 110-111.

Review of Principles and Methods of Telemetering by Perry A. Borden and Gustave M. Thyness. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 8 (May, 1949), 130.

Review of Guided Missiles by A. R. Weyl. (As by A. C. C.) Aeroplane, 77 (December 16, 1949), 825.

Review of Voyages to the Moon by Marjorie Hope Nicolson. (As by A. C. C.) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 8 (September, 1949), 207-209.

1950: "According to Hoyle." Public Opinion, 177 (May 26, 1950), 14-15. Review of The Nature of the Universe by Fred Hoyle.

Review of L'Astronautique by Lionel Laming. (As by A. C. C.) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 9 (July, 1950), 206.

Review of "Astronomy and Astronautics" by Michael W. Ovenden (Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 8 [September, 1949]). Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (January, 1950), 62-63.

"Beyond the Mountains of the Moon." (As Arthur Clarke) Public Opinion, 178 (November 3, 1950), 15. Review of The Conquest of Space by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell.

Review of The Conquest of Space by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell. (As by A. C. C.) Aeroplane, 78 (January 6, 1950), 25.

Review of The Conquest of Space by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell. (As by A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 9 (January, 1950), 41-42.

Review of The Conquest of Space by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell. (As by A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (January, 1950), 48. Transcript of oral comments?

Review of Destination Moon (film). Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (October, 1950), 258-259.

"The Determination of Meteor Orbits by Radar." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (January, 1950), 62-63. Review of "Determination of the Elements of Meteor Paths from Radar Observations" by D. W. R. McKinley and P. M. Millman (Canadian Journal of Research, 27 [May, 1949]).

Review of Kleine Raketenkunde by Hans S. Kaiser. (As by A. C. C.) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 9 (July, 1950), 206.

"Observations of Markings on Ganymede." (As by A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (March, 1950), 101-102. Review of "Four Independent Simultaneous Drawings of Ganymede" by Walter Hass (Sky and Telescope, 9 [January, 1950]).

"Recent Measurement of Lunar Temperature." Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 60 (March, 1950), 98-99. Review of "Microwave Thermal Radiation from the Moon" by J. H. Piddington and H. C. Minett (Australian Journal of Scientific Research, 2 [March, 1949]).

Review of The Isles of Unwisdom by Robert Graves. Lilliput, 27:1 (July, 1950), 114.

Review of Rockets and Jets by R. Barnard Way and Noel Greene. (As by A. C. C.) Aeroplane, 78 (February 17, 1950), 198.

Review of Short-Wave Radio and the Ionosphere by T. W. Bennington. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 9 (July, 1950), 211.

Review of Weltraumfahrt — Utopie by Kurt Pervesler et al. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 9 (March, 1950), 85.

1951: Review of The Computation of Orbits by Paul Herget. (As by A. C. C.) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 10 (January, 1951), 45.

"Science Without Trimmings." Public Opinion, 179 (April 20, 1951), 19-20. Review of Profile of Science by Ritchie Calder.

1952: "The Conquest of Space Has Already Begun." Daily Telegraph, December 5, 1952, 8. Review of Across the Space Frontier edited by Cornelius Ryan.

Review of Radio Astronomy by B. Lovell and J. A. Clegg. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 11 (May, 1952), 140.

Review of 200 Miles Up by J. Gordon Vaeth. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 11 (March, 1952), 94-95.

Review of When Worlds Collide (film). Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 11 (January, 1952), 1-3.

1953: Review of Across the Space Frontier edited by Cornelius Ryan. New Worlds, 7, No. 19 (January, 1953), 94.

"50 Men in the Moon." Sunday Telegraph, November 8, 1953, page numbers unknown. Review of Man on the Moon by Wernher von Braun.

"If Earth Is Left Behind." New York Times Book Review, October 25, 1953, 36. Review of Flight into Space: The Facts, Fancies, and Philosophy by Jonathan N. Leonard.

"Man on the Moon." (As by A. C. C.) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 12 (January, 1953), 65-66. Review of Collier's Magazine symposium later published as Conquest of the Moon edited by Cornelius Ryan.

Review of The Mystery of Other Worlds Revealed edited by Lloyd Mallan. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 12 (May, 1953), 141-142.

Review of The Sky and Its Mysteries by E. Agar Best. (As by A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 12 (March, 1953), 96.

1954: Review of Flying Saucers Have Landed by Desmond Leslie and George Adamski. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 13 (March, 1954), 119-122.

"Treasure Hunting on the Sea Floor." New York Times, May 16, 1954, 6. Review of 4000 Years Under the Sea by Philippe Diolé, translated by Gerard Hopkins.

1956: Review of The Exploration of Mars by Willy Ley and Wernher von Braun. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 15 (September-October, 1956), 290-292.

Review of The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects by Edward J. Ruppelt. (As A. C. Clarke) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 15 (September-October, 1956), 289-290.

1959: "Booty at the Bottom of the Sea." Saturday Review, 42 (March 21, 1959), 50. Review of Sea Diver: A Quest for History Under the Sea by Marion Clayton Link.

1961: "Two Leagues under the Sea." Saturday Review, 44 (March 25, 1961), 26-27. Review of Seven Miles Down: The Story of the Bathyscaph Trieste by Jacques Piccard and Robert S. Dietz.

1975: "Last (?) Words on UFOs." (As "UFO's Explained by Philip J. Klass") The New York Times Book Review, July 27, 1975, 4-5. Review of The UFO Controversy in America by David Michael Jacob.

1994: "The Righter Stuff." Nature, 370 (July 14, 1994), 107-108. Review of Moon Shot: The Inside Story of America's Race to the Moon by Neil Armstrong, Alan Shepard, and Deke Slayton.

1995: "Books and Beyond." Sky and Telescope, 89:6 (June, 1995), 54-55. Review of Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future by Carl Sagan.

"Cosmic Shrapnel." Times Higher Education Supplement, November 10, 1995, 22. Review of The Giant Planet Jupiter by John H. Rogers, The Great Comet Crash: The Impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 on Jupiter edited by John R. Spencer and Jacqueline Mitton, and Impact Jupiter: The Crash of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 by David H. Levy.

"Galactic Gadgetry." Times Higher Education Supplement, June 16, 1995, 20. Review of Haldane's Daedalus Revisited by Krishna R. Dronamraju and Joshua Lederberg.

"`Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!'" Times Higher Education Supplement, March 17, 1995, 24. Review of Are We Alone? Philosophical Implications of the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life by Paul Davies.

"Last and First Man of Vision." Times Higher Education Supplement, January 20, 1995, 20. Review of Olaf Stapledon: Speaking for the Future by Robert Crossley.

1997: "Eyes on the Universe." (As "Looking Up, Down the Barrel") Times Higher Education Supplement, June 27, 1997, 24. Review of The Story of the Telescope by Patrick Moore.

"Mind Stretch." Times Higher Education Supplement, March 14, 1997, 22. Review of Imagined Worlds by Freeman Dyson.

"Carl Sagan." (As "Space Sage") Times Higher Education Supplement, December 12, 1997, 20. Review of Carl Sagan's Universe edited by Yervant Terzian and Elizabeth Bilson.

"Walter Alvarez and Gerrit L. Verschurr." (As "The Risk of Raining Stones") Times Higher Education Supplement, August 22, 1997, 20. Review of T. Rex and the Crater of Doom by Walter Alvarez and Impact!: The Threat of Comets and Asteroids by Gerrit L. Verschuur.

2000: "Mind Your Head - Falling Rocks." Times Higher Education Supplement, December 22, 2000, 22. Review of Shoemaker by Levy: The Man Who Made an Impact by David H. Levy.

2001: "Painful Memories of a Silent Stalker." Times Higher Education Supplement, June 29, 2001, 34. Review of Post-Polio Syndrome: A Guide for Polio Survivors and Their Families by Julie K. Silver.

"Wonderland to Wasteland." Times Higher Education Supplement, October 12, 2001, 25. Review of World Atlas of Coral Reefs by Mark D. Spalding, Corinna Ravilious, and Edmund P. Green.

2003: "`Evil Empire' Strikes Back." Times Higher Education Supplement, November 14, 2003, 26. Review of Leaving Earth: Space Stations, Rival Superpowers, and the Quest for Interplanetary Travel by Robert Zimmerman.

"New Set of Letters in the Book of Life." Times Higher Education Supplement, November 14, 2003, 26. Review of The Third Man of the Double Helix: The Autobiography of Maurice Wilkins by Maurice Wilkins. Part of above item?

2004: "These Star-Crossed Superpowers." Times Higher Education Supplement, May 14, 2004, 22-23. Review of Two Sides of the Moon: Our Story of the Cold War Space Race by David Scott and Alexei Leonov.

2005: "Deluged in Data on a Quest for the Holy Grail." Times Higher Education Supplement, November 25, 2005, 24-25. Review of The Search: How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Changed Our Culture by John Battelle.

"An Intimate of the Heart and the Heavens." Times Higher Education Supplement, July 1, 2005, 24-25. Review of The First Men in the Moon, The Invisible Man, The Shape of Things to Come, and The Time Machine by H. G. Wells.

XI. Introductions and Afterwords

1937: Introduction to "Astronautics at the 'Palais de la Découverte,'" by Robert Lencement. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 4 (December, 1937), 20.

1952: "Introduction." No Place Like Earth. Edited by John Carnell. London: Panther, 1952, 7-8.

1954: "Science Fiction and Space Flight." The Authentic Book of Space, edited by H. J. Campbell. London: Authentic Science Fiction, 1954, 6. Described as "Foreword" on title page.

1956: "Preface." The City and the Stars. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1956, vii-viii.

"Preface." Reach for Tomorrow. New York: Ballantine, 1956, v-vi.

1957: "Preface." Tales from the White Hart. New York: Ballantine, 1957, v-vi.

1958: "Bibliographical Note." The Other Side of the Sky. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1958, vii-viii.

1959: "Envoi." The Challenge of the Spaceship. New York: Harper & Row, 1959, 213.

"Introduction." The Challenge of the Spaceship. New York: Harper & Row, 1959, vii.

"Introduction." A Journey to the Centre of the Earth. By Jules Verne. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1959, v-viii.

"Revised Preface." The Exploration of Space. Revised Edition. New York: Harper & Row, 1959, 7-8.

1960: "Preface to the Second Edition." Interplanetary Flight: An Introduction to Astronautics. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1960, vii-viii.

1961: "Foreword." Master of Space. (aka Prelude to Space) New York: Lancer, 1961, 5-7.

"Revised Preface." The Challenge of the Spaceship: Previews of Tomorrow's World. New York: Ballantine Books, 1961, 7-8.

1962: "Introduction." From the Earth to the Moon and Around the Moon. By Jules Verne. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1962, v-viii.

"Introduction." From the Ocean, From the Stars: An Omnibus Containing the Complete Novels The Deep Range and The City and the Stars and Twenty-Four Short Stories. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1962, ix-xi.

"H. G. Wells and Science Fiction." (As "Introduction") The Invisible Man and The War of the Worlds. By H. G. Wells. New York: Washington Square Press, 1962, xi-xix.

"Introduction." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962, 9-12.

Revised version. Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. Second Revised Version. London: Victor Gollancz, 1982, 9-14.

"Tomorrow: The Moon." Preface to condensed version of A Fall of Moondust. Reader's Digest Condensed Books. No. 32. London: Reader's Digest, 1962, 9-11.

1963: Untitled preface. Glide Path. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1963, [ix].

1965: "Foreword." The Case for Going to the Moon. By Neil P. Ruzic. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1965, xi-xiv.

"Preface 1." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 1-2.

"Preface 2." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 117-118.

"Preface 3." Voices from the Sky: Previews of the Coming Space Age. New York: Harper & Row, 1965, 159-160.

1966: "Foreword." Intelligence in the Universe, by Roger A. McGowan and Frederick I. Ordway III. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, v-vi.

"Introduction: Science and Science Fiction." Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 9-10.

Untitled introduction to "– And He Built a Crooked House" by Robert A. Heinlein. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 11-12.

Untitled introduction to "The Artifact Business" by Robert Silverberg. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 79.

Untitled introduction to "The Blindness" by Philip Latham. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 166-167.

Untitled introduction to "Grandpa" by James H. Schmitz. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 92-93.

Untitled introduction to "The Little Black Bag" by C. M. Kornbluth. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 136.

Untitled introduction to "Not Final!" by Isaac Asimov. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 117-118.

Untitled introduction to "The Potters of Firsk" by Jack Vance. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 197.

Untitled introduction to "Take a Deep Breath" by Arthur C. Clarke. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 192-193.

Untitled introduction to "The Tissue-Culture King" by Julian Huxley. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 216.

Untitled introduction to "The Wabbler" by Murray Leinster. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 33-34.

Untitled introduction to "The Weather Man" by Theodore L. Thomas. Time Probe: The Sciences in Science Fiction. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Delacorte Press, 1966, 43.

1967: "Author's Note." A Fall of Moondust. London: Victor Gollancz, copyright page.

"Arthur C. Clarke." Childhood's End. New York: Ballantine, 1967, 219-222. [confirm as first appearance]

"Foreword." The Coming of the Space Age: Famous Accounts of Man's Probing of the Universe. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Meredith Press, 1967, 5-8.

"Foreword." The Sands of Mars. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1967, v-vi.

"Foreword." Venus Equilateral, by George O. Smith. New York: Pyramid, 5-7. Minimally updated as "Introduction." The Complete Venus Equilateral, by George O. Smith. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1976, ix-xi.

"Introduction." The Nine Billion Names of God: The Best Short Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1967, ix.

"Introduction by the Author" to "Peeps at Many Lands and Places No. 3 — The Technical Institute." The Huish Magazine (unknown 1967 issue), page numbers unknown.
Republished, Old Huish Association website, at http://oldhuishassociation.org.uk/1930s_and_before.html .

"1. The Coming of the Space Age." The Coming of the Space Age: Famous Accounts of Man's Probing of the Universe. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Meredith Press, 1967, 9-10.

"2. Three Pioneers." The Coming of the Space Age: Famous Accounts of Man's Probing of the Universe. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Meredith Press, 1967, 113.

"3. The Uses of Space." The Coming of the Space Age: Famous Accounts of Man's Probing of the Universe. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Meredith Press, 1967, 139.

"4. The New Frontier." The Coming of the Space Age: Famous Accounts of Man's Probing of the Universe. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Meredith Press, 1967, 189-190.

"5. The Society of Space." The Coming of the Space Age: Famous Accounts of Man's Probing of the Universe. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Meredith Press, 1967, 247-248.

"6. Space and the Spirit." The Coming of the Space Age: Famous Accounts of Man's Probing of the Universe. Edited by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Meredith Press, 1967, 297.

1968: "Acknowledgments." The Promise of Space. New York: Harper & Row, 1968, xiii-xiv.

"Bibliography." The Promise of Space. New York: Harper & Row, 1968, 315-316.

"Foreword." 2001: A Space Odyssey. By Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Signet, 1968, [7].

"Introduction." The Lion of Comarre and Against the Fall of Night. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968, vii-x.

"Introduction." The Promise of Space. New York: Harper & Row, 1968, xv-xxi.

"A Note from the Author." Dolphin Island. City: Atlantic Book Company, 1968, 125-126.

"Preface." The Beginnings of Satellite Communications. By John R. Pierce. San Francisco: San Francisco Press, 1968, v-vii.

1969: "About Arthur C. Clarke." Expedition to Earth. New York: Ballantine, 1969, [166-167]. Most of the text written by Clarke, presented within quotation marks after an unknown author's introductory comments.

"Foreword." Three for Tomorrow: Three Original Novellas of Science Fiction. By Robert Silverberg, Roger Zelazny, and James Blish. Edited by Robert Silverberg (uncredited). New York: Meredith Press, 1969, ix-x.

"Preface to the 1969 Edition." Tales from the White Hart. City: Publisher, 1969, vii-viii.

1970: "A Post-Apollo Preface to Prelude to Space." Prelude to Space. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1970, ix-xii.

"Preface." Expedition to Earth. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1970, vii-viii.

"Preface." (Revised) Reach for Tomorrow. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1970, vii-viii.

1971: "Foreword." (With Stanley Kubrick) 2001: A Space Odyssey. London: Arrow, 1971, 7-8.

1972: "Epilogue." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, 239-240.

"Foreword." Challenge of the Stars. By Patrick Moore. Paintings by David A. Hardy. New York: Rand McNally, 1972, 5. London: Mitchell Beazley, 1972, 5.

"Foreword." The Lost Worlds of 2001. By Clarke. New York: Signet, 1972, [11].

"Foreword." Of Time and Stars. London: Victor Gollancz, 1972, 5.

"Introduction." The Peculiar Exploits of Brigadier Ffellows. By Sterling E. Lanier. New York: Walker, 1972 [vii].

"Preface." Earthlight. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972, ix-x.

"Preface." Report on Planet Three and Other Speculations. New York: Harper & Row, 1972, xi-xii.

"Preface." The Wind from the Sun. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972, vii-viii.

1973: "1933: A Science Fiction Odyssey." The Best of Arthur C. Clarke: 1937-1971. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1973, 9-14. Introduction.

"Preface to the Second Edition." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Pan, 1973, 9-12.

1974: Untitled introduction to `The Forgotten Enemy.'" SF: Authors' Choice 4. Edited by Harry Harrison. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1974, 35-36.

"Foreword." The World in Focus. By William MacQuitty. Edinburgh: John Bartholomew, 1974, 7.

"Preface to the Second Edition." Voice Across the Sea. Second Edition. New York: Harper & Row, 1974, 9-11.

1975: "Acknowledgments and Notes." Imperial Earth: A Fantasy of Love and Discord. London: Victor Gollancz, 1975, 285-287.

1976: "Additional Note." Imperial Earth. New York: Ballantine, 1976, 305.

1978: "Introduction." My Four Feet on the Ground: Memories of Exmoor and Ballifants. By Nora Clarke. London: Rocket Publishing Company, 1978, 6-7.

Untitled notes. "Transit of Earth" and "The Nine Billion Names of God" — "The Star" Read by the Author, Arthur C. Clarke. [Audiobook on cassette] New York: Caedmon, 1978.

"Writing to Sell." (As "Introduction") Writing to Sell. By Scott Meredith. Third Edition. New York: Harper & Row, 1978, xv-xx. [Samuelson states there is a 1978 edition with a Clarke introduction; the 1974 edition has an introduction by Evan Hunter.]

1979: "Foreword." The Fountains of Paradise. London: Victor Gollancz, 11. As "Preface." The Fountains of Paradise. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979, xiii.

"Sources and Acknowledgments." The Fountains of Paradise. London: Victor Gollancz, 251-255.

1980: "Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 1) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 31.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 2) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 49.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 3) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 67.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 4) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 83.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 5) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 99.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 6) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 115.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 7) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 133.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 8) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 151.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 9) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 166-167.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 10) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 182-183.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 11) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 199.

"Arthur C. Clarke Comments." (On Chapter 12) Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 212-213.

"Foreword." Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 7.

"Introduction." Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980, 8-11.

1981: "Foreword." The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Space Technology: A Comprehensive History of Space Exploration. Kenneth William Gatland, Consultant and Chief Author. New York: Harmony, 1981, 8-9.

"Introduction." The Science Fiction Hall of Fame Volume Four. Edited by Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1981, ix-xii.

"With Brendan Behan." (As "Foreword") With Brendan Behan. By Peter Arthurs. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1981, vii-ix.

1982: "Acknowledgments." 2010: Odyssey Two. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1982, 289-291.

"Author's Note." 2010: Odyssey Two. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1982, xii-xvii.

"Epilogue: After 2001." 2001: A Space Odyssey. New York: Signet, 1982, 222-226.

1983: "Introduction." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. Third Edition. London: Pan, 1983, 9-14. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1984, 7-13.

"Introduction: Of Sand and Stars." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 9-15.

Also published as "The Making of a Writer: In the Beginning Was Jupiter." New York Times Book Review, March 6, 1983, 14, 34.

Excerpt republished as "1937 And All That ...." (Under Heading "Themes") Frontier Crossings: A Souvenir of the 45th World Science Fiction Convention, Conspiracy '87, Held in Brighton, Gt Britain, from August 27th to September 1st 1987. Edited by Robert Jackson. London: Science Fiction Conventions, Ltd., 1987, 110-111. New footnote added following "Lasser's Last Laugh": "I'm helping him place it! A.C.C. 1987" (111).

"Last and First Books." (As "Introduction") Nebula Maker and Four Encounters. By Olaf Stapledon. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1983, vii-x.

Untitled introduction to "Breaking Strain." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 101.

Untitled introduction to "Guardian Angel." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 53.

Untitled introduction to "Jupiter V." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 153.

Untitled introduction to "A Meeting with Medusa." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 235.

Untitled introduction to "Refugee." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 193.

Untitled introduction to "Rescue Party." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 19.

Untitled introduction to "The Sentinel." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 137.

Untitled introduction to "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1981). The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books: Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 291-293.

Untitled introduction to "The Wind from the Sun." The Sentinel: Masterworks of Science Fiction and Fantasy. New York: Berkley Books/Byron Preiss Visual Publications, 1983, 210-211.

1984: "Author's Note." 1984: Spring: A Choice of Futures. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1984, x.

"Epilogue." Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1984, 237-243.

"Foreword." Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1984, 4-11.

"Foreword." 1984: Spring: A Choice of Futures. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1984, vii-ix.

1985: "Appendix II: MITE for Morons." The Odyssey File. By Arthur C. Clarke and Peter Hyams. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1985, 123-132.

"Foreword." Sightseeing: A Space Panorama. Edited by Barbara Hitchcock. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985, vii-viii.

"Introduction: Electronic Life." The Odyssey File. By Arthur C. Clarke and Peter Hyams. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1985, ix-xxv.

"Note on 1985 Printing." Interplanetary Flight: An Introduction to Astronautics. By Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Berkley, 1985, ix-xi.

1986: "Acknowledgments." The Songs of Distant Earth. By Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1986, 255-257.

"Author's Note." The Songs of Distant Earth. By Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1986, [xiii-xiv].

"Bibliographical Note." The Songs of Distant Earth. By Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1986, 254.

"Chronology." The Songs of Distant Earth. By Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1986, 253.

"Foreword." The Mars Project: Journeys Beyond the Cold War. By Senator Spark T. Matsunaga. New York: Hill and Wang, 1986, xv-xix. Includes excerpt from "The Snows of Olympus."

1987: "Acknowledgments." 2061: Odyssey Three. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1987, 277-279.

"Author's Note." 2061: Odyssey Three. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1987, ix-x.

"Breaking Strain: An Afterword by Arthur C. Clarke" Breaking Strain. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #1. By Paul Preuss. New York: Avon, 1987, 263-265.

"Foreword." Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. By John Fairley and Simon Welfare. London: Guild Publishing, 1987, 7-8.

"Introduction." A Fall of Moondust. New York: New American Library, 1987, v-vii.

"Introduction." The Other Side of the Sky: 24 Short Stories of the Future. New York: New American Library, 1987, xi-xii.

"Introduction to 1987 Edition." The Deep Range. New York: New American Library, 1987, ix-xi.

"Introduction to 1987 Edition." The Sands of Mars. New York: New American Library, 1987, vii-ix.

"Introduction to the 1987 Edition." The City and the Stars. New York: New American Library, 1987, ix-xi.

"Introduction to the 1987 Edition." Glide Path. New York: New American Library, 1987, ix-xii.

"Introduction to the 1987 Edition." The Wind from the Sun: Stories of the Space Age. New York: New American Library, 1987, ix-xi.

1988: "Maelstrom: An Afterword by Arthur C. Clarke." Maelstrom. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #2. By Paul Preuss. New York: Avon, 1987, 263-268.

1989: "Addition to the Afterword." The Fountains of Paradise. London: VGSF/Victor Gollancz, 1989, 257-258.

"Hide and Seek: An Afterword by Arthur C. Clarke." Hide and Seek. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #3. By Paul Preuss. New York: Avon, 1989, 275-281.

"Coauthors and Other Nuisances." (As "Afterword") Rama II. By Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee. New York: Bantam, 1989, page numbers unknown. Not included in first-edition hardcover edition or 1990 paperback edition. Check: is this really "Rama Revisited" misidentified?

"Foreword." Live via Satellite: The Story of COMSAT and the Technology That Changed World Communication. By Anthony Michael Tedeschi. Washington, D. C.: Acropolis, 1989, 9-14. Introductory comments identify the text as an adaptation of Clarke's 1962 article "A Short Pre-History of Comsats, or, How I Lost a Billion Dollars in My Spare Time."

"Foreword." Visions of Space: Artists Journey through the Cosmos. Written, Compiled and Designed by David A. Hardy. London and New York: Limpsfield, 1989, 7. Largely the same as 1972 "Foreword" to Challenge of the Stars, with two added paragraphs.

"Introduction to 1989 Edition." Reach for Tomorrow. London: Victor Gollancz, 1989, [vii-viii].

"Introduction" to "The Cruel Sky." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 118-119.

"Introduction" to "The Deep Range." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 96.

"Introduction" to "Hate." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 58-59.

"Introduction" to "`If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ...'" Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 110.

"Introduction" to "The Man Who Ploughed the Sea." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 188.

"Introduction" to "The Next Tenants." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 160.

"Introduction" to "On Golden Seas." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 308-309.

"Introduction" to "The Other Tiger." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 88.

"Introduction" to "The Parasite." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 144.

"Introduction" to "Publicity Campaign." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 80.

"Introduction" to "The Road to the Sea." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 2.

"Introduction" to "Saturn Rising." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 172-173.

"Introduction" to "The Wall of Darkness." Tales from Planet Earth. London: Century Hutchinson, 1989, 208.

"Rama Revisited." Rama II. (With Gentry Lee) New York: Bantam, 1989, v-ix.

1990: "Afterword." Project Solar Sail. New York: New American Library/Roc, 1990, 245-246.

"Appendix: The Colors of Infinity." The Ghost from the Grand Banks. New York: Bantam, 1990, 263-274.

"Back to 2001." 2001: A Space Odyssey. London: Legend, 1990, 9-19.

"Foreword." Beyond the Fall of Night. By Arthur C. Clarke and Gregory Benford. New York: Ace/Putnam, 1990, 9-12.

"Foreword." Childhood's End. London: Pan Macmillan, 1990, [v-viii].

"Foreword: The Winds of Space." Project Solar Sail. New York: New American Library/Roc, 1990, 1-2.

"The Medusa Encounter: An Afterword by Arthur C. Clarke." The Medusa Encounter. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #4. By Paul Preuss. New York: Avon, 1990, 276-280.

"Sources and Acknowledgments." The Ghost from the Grand Banks. New York: Bantam, 1990, 255-262.

"Special Introduction to FutureTalk." FutureTalk: Global Life in the Age of Telepower. By Joseph N. Pelton. Boulder, Colorado: Cross Communications, 1990, ix-xi.
Republished as "Special Introduction to Future View." Future View: Communications Technology and Society in the 21st Century. By Joseph N. Pelton. Boulder, Colorado: Baylin Publishing, 1992, xvii-xviii. Book described in text as "Revised, updated and substantially altered version of Future Talk."

1991: "The Diamond Moon: An Afterword by Arthur C. Clarke." The Diamond Moon. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #5. By Paul Preuss. New York: Avon, 1991, 274-278.

"An Afterword by Arthur C. Clarke." The Shining Ones. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #6. By Paul Preuss. New York: Avon, 1991, 262-266.

"Foreword." Sri Lanka. Photographs by Tom Tidball. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Foremost Productions, 1991, [viii-ix].

"Foreword." Unearthing Atlantis: An Archaeological Odyssey. By Charles R. Pellegrino. New York: Random House, 1991, xi-xiii.

"Introduction: Coop's Troop." World Satellite Almanac: The Global Guide to Satellite Transmission & Technology — Third Edition. Written and Compiled by By Mark Long. Winter Beach, Florida: MLE, 1991, 7-10. Prefatory comments identify the piece as an excerpt from Clarke's forthcoming book How the World Was One: Beyond the Global Village (cited as How the World Was One: Toward the Tele-Family of Man). Also published as "Editorial Comments."

1992: "Epilogue." Blueprint for Space: Science Fiction to Science Fact. Edited by Frederick Ira Ordway III and Randy Lieberman. Washington, D.C. and London: Smithsonian Institution, 1992, 218-219.

"Foreword." The Profession of Science Fiction: SF Writers on Their Craft and Ideas. Edited by Maxim Jakubowski and Edward James. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire and London: Macmillian Press, 1992, vii. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992, vii.

"Introduction." Beachhead. By Jack Williamson. New York: Tor, 1992, 9-12.

"Introduction." The Millennial Project: Colonizing the Galaxy in Eight Easy Steps. by Marshall T. Savage. Boston: Little, Brown, 1992, 15-16. Edition notes a prior 1992 publication: Denver: Empyrean, 1992.

Untitled introduction to "Appointment with Mars." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 86.

Untitled introduction to "The Challenge of the Spaceship." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 29.

Untitled introduction to "The First Scouts." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 80.

Untitled introduction to "How to Dig Space." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 166.

Untitled introduction to "Into the Abyss." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 195.

Untitled introduction to "Last (?) Words on UFOs." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 174.

Untitled introduction to "The Light of Common Day." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 157.

Untitled introduction to "The Meddlers." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 189.

Untitled introduction to "Memoirs of an Armchair Astronaut (Retired)." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 11.

Untitled introduction to "The Myth of 2001." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 154.

Untitled introduction to "Of Space and the Spirit." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 202.

Untitled introduction to "Opening Frontiers." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 23.

Untitled introduction to "Predictions." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 199.

Untitled introduction to "Report on Planet Three." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 139.

Untitled introduction to "So You're Going to Mars?" By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 93.

Untitled introduction to "Son of Dr. Strangelove: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Stanley Kubrick." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 146.

Untitled introduction to "Space Facts and Space Fallacies." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 114.

Untitled introduction to "Space Flight — Imagination and Reality." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 42.

Untitled introduction to "Time for the Stars." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 178.

Untitled introduction to "When the Aliens Come." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 125.

Untitled introduction to "Where the Action Is." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 56.

1993: "Back to 2001." 2001: A Space Odyssey. New York: Roc, 1993, vii-xvi. Effectively a preface.

"Foreword." Arthur C. Clarke's A-Z of Mysteries: From Atlantis to Zombies. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. London: HarperCollins, 1993, 8-11.

"Foreword." The Dream Machines: A Pictorial History of the Spaceship in Art, Science and Literature. By Ron Miller. Malabar, Florida: Krieger Publishing Company, 1993, ix.

"Foreword." Seize the Moment: The Autobiography of Helen Sharman. By Helen Sharman and Christopher Priest. London: Victor Gollancz, 1993, 11-13.

"Introduction." By Space Possessed: Essays on the Exploration of Space. Edited by John Burke. London: Victor Gollancz, 1992, 7-10.

"Introduction." The First Men in the Moon. By H. G. Wells. London: J. M. Dent, 1993, xxix-xxxiv.

"Introduction." The War of the Worlds. By H. G. Wells. London: J. M. Dent, 1993, xxix-xxxiv. Introductory and concluding language identical to that of the "Introduction" to The First Men in the Moon. Also published by Rutland, Vermont and Tokyo: Tuttle, 1993?

"Sources and Acknowledgments." The Hammer of God. New York: Bantam, 1993, 213-226.

1994: "Acknowledgments." (With Gentry Lee) Rama Revealed. By Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee. New York: Bantam, 1994, [vii].

"Epilogue." Frontline of Discovery: Science on the Brink of Tomorrow. By Arthur C. Clarke, Carole Douglis, Robert Friedel, Stephen S. Hall, Richard Restak, Dava Sobel, and Walter Sullivan. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1994, 190-195.

"Foreword." Gene Roddenberry: The Last Conversation. By Yvonne Fern. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994, xi-xii.

"Foreword." Only Visiting This Planet: The Art of Danny Flynn. Text by Nigel Suckling. Limpsfield, Surrey, Great Britain: Paper Tiger Books, 1994, 7-9.

Untitled foreword." The Songs of Distant Earth. (Music album) London: Warner Music, 1994, part of unpaginated foldout packaged with the CD.

"Foreword." 2001: Filming the Future. By Piers Bizony. London: Aurum Press, 1994, 6-7.

"About Theodore Sturgeon." The Ultimate Egoist: Volume 1: The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon. By Theodore Sturgeon. Edited by Paul Williams. Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 1994, xii-xiv.

1995: "Foreword." Aliya: Stories of the Elephants of Sri Lanka. By Teresa Cannon and Peter Davis. Melbourne, Australia: Airavata Press, 1995, vii.

"Foreword." Rogue Asteroids and Doomsday Comets: The Search for the Million Megaton Menace That Threatens Life on Earth. By Duncan Steel. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1995, vii-ix.

"Introduction." Bright Messengers. By Gentry Lee. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1995, ix-x.

"Introduction." An Encyclopedia of Claims, Frauds, and Hoaxes of the Occult and Supernatural: James Randi's Decidedly Skeptical Definitions of Alternate Realities. By James Randi. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995, xi-xiii.

1996: "Author's Note." Richter 10. By Arthur C. Clarke and Mike McQuay. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1996, 371-373.

"Foreword." The Case for Mars: The Plan to Settle the Red Planet and Why We Must. By Robert Zubrin with Richard Wagner. New York: Free Press, 1996, ix-xi. Most of the text consists of Clarke's "A Message to Mars," previously published in The Snows of Olympus: A Garden on Mars.

"Foreword." Encounter with Tiber. By Buzz Aldrin and John Barnes. New York: Aspect/Warner Books, 1996, [xi].

"Foreword." Jungle Lure: Nine Exciting Episodes of Real Life Adventures in the Jungles of Sri Lanka with Excellent Line Drawings, Maps and Photographs. By Trevor LaBrooy. Lutwych, Queensland, Australia: Joseph Andrews, 1996, vii.

"Foreword." A Perfect Harmony: The Intertwining Lives of Animals and Humans throughout History. By Roger A. Caras. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996, 13-14.

"Foreword." Richter 10. By Arthur C. Clarke and Mike McQuay. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1996, page numbers unknown.

"Foreword." Sri Lanka, the Emerald Island. Text, Tissa Devendra. Photographs, Devika Gunasena. New Delhi, India: Lustre Press: Roli Books, 1996, 5.

"Introduction." Bright Messengers. By Gentry Lee. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1996, ix-x.

"Introduction." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, ix.

"Preface." Survival Kit: How to Reach Ninety and Make the Most of It. By William MacQuitty. London: Quartet Books, 1996, xiii-xv.

Untitled concluding comment on "The Bishop and the Car." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 49.

Untitled concluding comment on "Brendon House." (Spring, 1935) Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 32.

Untitled concluding comment on "The Cine Club." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 57.

Untitled concluding comment on "Correspondence." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 5.

Untitled concluding comment on "The Greatest Adventure." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 80.

Untitled concluding comment on "In Darkest Somerset." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 72.

Untitled concluding comment on "Interviews with Celebrities VI." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 18.

Untitled concluding comment on "Interviews with Celebrities VIII." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 3.

Untitled concluding comment on "Into Space." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 75.

Untitled concluding comment on "The Jon Bloc Soc." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 12.

Untitled concluding comment on "Letters to the Editor" (Spring, 1935). Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 38.

Untitled concluding comment on "Letters to the Editor" (Summer, 1935). Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 41.

Untitled concluding comment on "Letters to the Editor" (Spring, 1938). Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 81.

Untitled concluding comment on The Mystic Potion. Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 56.

Untitled concluding comment on "Musical Interlude." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 28.

Untitled concluding comment on "News from the Torrid Zone." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 8.

Untitled concluding comment on "Octogenarian Observations." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 14.

Untitled concluding comment on "Our Noble Heritage." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 47.

Untitled concluding comment on "Peeps at Many Lands and Places No. 3 — The Technical Institute." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 31.

Untitled concluding comment on "The Professor." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 70.

Untitled concluding comment on "Things to Come." Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 66.

Untitled concluding comment on Two Hours in a Lab: A One-Act Drama. Childhood Ends: The Earliest Writings of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by David Aronovitz. Rochester, Michigan: Portentous Press, 1996, 10.

1997: "Foreword." Three in Time: Classic Novels of Time Travel. By Poul Anderson, Chad Oliver, and Wilson Tucker. Series editors Jack Dann, Pamela Sargent, and George Zebrowski. Clarkston, Georgia: White Wolf, 1997, 8-11.
Republished in Three in Space: Classic Novels of Space Travel. By Poul Anderson, A. E. van Vogt, and Barry N. Malzberg. Series editors Jack Dann, Pamela Sargent, and George Zebrowski. Clarkston, Georgia: White Wolf, 1998, 9-11.

"Foreword: The Birth of HAL." HAL's Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality. Edited by David G. Stork. Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London: M.I.T. Press, 1997, xi-xvi.

"Introduction." The Dechronization of Sam Magruder. By George Gaylord Simpson. Edited by Joan Burns. New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 1997, vii-xix.

"Sources and Acknowledgments." 3001: The Final Odyssey. New York: Del Rel/Ballantine, 1997, 238-256.

"Valediction." 3001: The Final Odyssey. New York: Del Rel/Ballantine, 1997, 257-263.

1998: "Afterword." Arthur C. Clarke and Lord Dunsany: A Correspondence. By Arthur C. Clarke and Lord Dunsany. Edited by Keith Allen Daniels. San Francisco: Anamnesis Press, 1998, 81-82.

"Preface to the 1998 Edition." Expedition to Earth. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1998, ix-xii.

1999: "Acknowledgments." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, xv.

"Foreword to the Millennial Edition." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1999, page numbers unknown.

"Introduction." Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. London: Victor Gollancz, 1999, page numbers unknown. Not the same as above item.

"Introduction" to Part I. Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 1-4.

"Introduction" to Part II. Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 81.

"Introduction" to Part III. Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 195.

"Introduction" to Part IV. Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 281-282.

"Introduction" to Part V. Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 321-322.

"Introduction" to Part VI. Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, 385-386.

"Preface." Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds!: Collected Essays, 1934-1998. Edited by Ian T. Macauley. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999, xvii.

"Special Introduction." Intelligent Software Agents. By Richard Murch and Tony Johnson. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall PTR, 1999, ix-x.

2000: "Afterword." (With Stephen Baxter) The Light of Other Days. By Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter. New York: Tor, 2000, 315-316.

"Afterword." Target Earth. By Duncan Steel. Pleasantville, New York: Readers' Digest Association, 2000, 154-155.

"Foreword." Arthur C. Clarke's Mysteries. By Simon Welfare and John Fairley. Amherst, New York: Prometheus, 2000, 5-6.

"Foreword." The Asia 500: Leaders for the New Century. The Millennium Edition. By John L. Pellam. Irvine, California: Barons Who's Who, 2000, 6.

The same "Foreword" appeared in The Barons 500: Leaders for the New Century. 2000 Commemorative Edition. By John L. Pellam. Irvine, California: Barons Who's Who, 2000, 6. It also appeared in The Europe 500: Leaders for the New Century. The Millennium Edition. By John L. Pellam. Irvine, California: Barons Who's Who, 2000, 6.

"Foreword." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, ix-x.

"Foreword." e-Sphere: The Rise of the World-Wide Mind. By Joseph N. Pelton. Westport, Connecticut and London: Quorum Books, 2000, vii-ix. Book also titled The Global Brain: Beyond the Global Village?

"Foreword." Excess Heat: Why Cold Fusion Research Prevailed. By Charles G. Beaudette. South Bristol, Maine: Oak Grove Press, 2000, xvii-xviii.

"Foreword to the Millennial Edition." 2001: A Space Odyssey. London: Roc/Penguin, 2000, vii-xviii.

"Introduction." The Crystal Sun: Rediscovering a Lost Technology of the Ancient World. By Robert K. G. Temple. London: Century, 2000, xiii.

"Preface." 88 Gray's Inn Road: A Living Space Odyssey. By William F. Temple. City: Sansato Press, 2000, vi-vii.

2001: "Foreword." The Art of Chesley Bonestell. Edited by Ron Miller and Frederick C. Durant III. London: Paper Tiger, 2001, 6.

"Foreword." Childhood's End. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2001, vii-x.

"Foreword." Macroshift: Navigating the Transformation to a Sustainable World. By Ervin Laszlo. The Official Report of the Club of Budapest. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2001, ix-xiii.

"Foreword." The Search for Free Energy. By Keith Tutt. London: Simon & Schuster, 2001, vii-viii.

"Foreword." The Space Trilogy. London: Victor Gollancz, 2001, [xi-xii].

"Foreword." The Worlds of Galileo: The Inside Story of NASA's Mission to Jupiter. By Michael Hanlon. London: Constable, 2001, vii-viii.

"Foreword: Coming Home." Literary Trips: Following in the Footsteps of Fame, Volume Two. Edited by Victoria Brooks. Vancouver, British Columbia: GreatestEscapes.com Publishing, 2001, ix-x.

"The Future of Space Travel." IAF: The First 50 Years: The Spirit of Astronautics. Edited by Hervé Moulin with Leslie R. Shepherd. Paris: International Astronautical Federation, 2001, 173. Effectively the book's afterword.

"Introduction" to The City and the Stars. The City and the Stars and The Sands of Mars. New York: Warner Aspect, 2001, [1-2].

"Introduction" to The Deep Range. The Ghost from the Grand Banks and The Deep Range. New York: Warner Aspect, 2001, 245-248.

"Introduction" to The Ghost from the Grand Banks. The Ghost from the Grand Banks and The Deep Range. New York: Warner Aspect, 2001, 5.

"Introduction" to Sands of Mars. The Space Trilogy. London: Orion/ Victor Gollancz, 2001, 135-138. Incorporates Clarke's "A Message to Mars," previously published in The Snows of Olympus: A Garden on Mars.

Also published in The City and the Stars and The Sands of Mars. New York: Warner Aspect, 2001, 285-289.

"Message from Arthur C. Clarke." IAF: The First 50 Years: The Spirit of Astronautics. Edited by Hervé Moulin with Leslie R. Shepherd. Paris: International Astronautical Federation, 2001, 7. Effectively the book's introduction.

Untitled concluding comment on "The Other Tiger." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 471.

Untitled introduction to "All the Time in the World." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 407.

Untitled introduction to "An Ape about the House." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 798.

Untitled introduction to "Armaments Race." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 476.

Untitled introduction to "The Awakening." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 24.

Untitled introduction to "Big Game Hunt." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 494.

Untitled introduction to "Breaking Strain." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 169.

Untitled introduction to "Castaway." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 69.

Untitled introduction to "Cold War." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 594.

Untitled introduction to "The Cruel Sky." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 858.

Untitled introduction to "The Deep Range." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 482.

Untitled introduction to "The Defenestration of Ermintrude Inch." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 576.

Untitled introduction to "Dog Star." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 782.

Untitled introduction to "Earthlight." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 332.

Untitled introduction to "Encounter in the Dawn." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 460.

Untitled introduction to "Guardian Angel." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 203.

Untitled introduction to "The Hammer of God." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 938.

Untitled introduction to "Hate." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 767.

Untitled introduction to "History Lesson." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 92.

Untitled introduction to "Holiday on the Moon." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 309.

Untitled introduction to "How We Went to Mars." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 5.

Untitled introduction to "I Remember Babylon." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 702.

Untitled introduction to "'If I Forget Thee, Oh Earth ....'" The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 403.

Untitled introduction to "Improving the Neighbourhood." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 965.

Untitled introduction to "Jupiter Five." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 437.

Untitled introduction to "The Lion of Comarre." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 119.

Untitled introduction to "The Longest Science-Fiction Story Ever Told." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 407.

Untitled introduction to "Loophole." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 29.

Untitled introduction to "The Man Who Ploughed the Sea." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 612.

Untitled introduction to "Moving Spirit." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 566.

Untitled introduction to "Nightfall." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 89.

Untitled introduction to "The Nine Billion Names of God." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 417.

Untitled introduction to "On Golden Seas." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 935.

Untitled introduction to "The Other Side of the Sky." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 631.

Untitled introduction to "The Other Tiger." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 469.

Untitled introduction to "The Pacifist." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 550.

Untitled introduction to "The Parasite." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 428.

Untitled introduction to "The Possessed." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 423.

Untitled introduction to "Publicity Campaign." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 472.

Untitled introduction to "Quarantine." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 923.

Untitled introduction to "Refugee." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 507.

Untitled introduction to "The Reluctant Orchid." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 558.

Untitled introduction to "Rescue Party." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 35.

Untitled introduction to "Retreat from Earth." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 13.

Untitled introduction to "The Road to the Sea." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 263.

Untitled introduction to "Saturn Rising." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 733.

Untitled introduction to "The Sentinel." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 301.

Untitled introduction to "The Shining Ones." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 804.

Untitled introduction to "Silence Please." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 244.

Untitled introduction to "siseneG." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 929.

Untitled introduction to "The Songs of Distant Earth" (1958). The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 664.

Untitled introduction to "The Star." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 517.

Untitled introduction to "Summertime on Icarus." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 724.

Untitled introduction to "Superiority." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 395.

Untitled introduction to "Technical Error." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 56.

Untitled introduction to "Time's Arrow." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 225.

Untitled introduction to "Transience." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 99.

Untitled introduction to "Transit of Earth." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 883.

Untitled introduction to "Travel by Wire!" The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 1.

Untitled introduction to "Trouble with Time." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 711.

Untitled introduction to "Venture to the Moon." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 530.

Untitled introduction to "Whacky." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 27.

Untitled introduction to "What Goes Up." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 522.

Untitled introduction to "The Wind from the Sun." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 828.

Untitled introduction to "The Wire Continuum." The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke. London: Victor Gollancz, 2000. New York: Tor, 2001, 948.

2002: "Foreword." Creating Space: The Story of the Space Age Told Through Models. By Mat Irvine. Burlington, Ontario, Canada: Collector's Guide Publishing, 2002, 4.

"Foreword." Moonwatcher's Memoir: A Diary of 2001: A Space Odyssey. By Dan Richter. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2002, ix-xi.

"A Greeting to Martin Gardner." Puzzlers' Tribute: A Feast for the Mind. Edited by David Wolfe and Tom Rodgers. Natick, Massachusetts: A. K. Peters, 2002, xv.

"Introduction." The Conquest of Space. By David Lasser. London: Apogee Books, 2002, 7.

"Introduction." The Invisible Man: A Grotesque Romance. By H. G. Wells. New York: Modern Library, 2002, xi-xiv. Same as 1962 item?

"Introduction." The Reefs of Taprobane. (As The Reefs of Taprobane: Underwater Adventures Around Ceylon: The Second Volume in The Blue Planet Trilogy) New York: iBooks, 2002, vii-ix.

2003: "Afterword." A Century of Innovation: Twenty Engineering Achievements That Transformed Our Lives. By George Constable and Bob Somerville. Washington, D. C.: Joseph Henry Press, 2003, 241.

"Foreword." Beyond: Visions of the Interplanetary Probes. By Michael Benson. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2003, 9-11.
Republished as "Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls of Fire." The Times, November 29, 2003.

"Foreword." Business 2010: Mapping the New Commercial Landscape. By Ian Pearson and Michael Lyons. London: Spiro, 2003, vii-ix. Book also titled Business 2010: Mapping the Key Forces for Change?

"Foreword 1." To the Edge of Doom. By Tyronne Fernando. London: Athena, 2003, 9.

"Introduction" to "Loophole." Wondrous Beginnings. Edited by Steven H. Silver and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: DAW, 2003, 101.

"Preface." From Narnia to a Space Odyssey: The War of Ideas Between Arthur C. Clarke and C. S. Lewis. (With C. S. Lewis) Edited by Ryder W. Miller. New York: iBooks, 2003, 33-34.

2004: "Dunsany, Lord of Fantasy." The Collected Jorkens: Volume I. By Lord Dunsany. Edited by S. T. Joshi. San Francisco: Night Shade, 2004, xi-xvi. Expanded and updated version of 1944 article, referenced in the contents as "Foreword."

"Foreword." The Rebirth of Cold Fusion: Real Science, Real Hope, Real Energy. By Steven B. Krivit and Nadine Winocur. Los Angeles: Pacific Oaks Press, 2004, xv-xvii. Some language borrowed from the 2001 "Foreword" to The Search for Free Energy.

"Introduction." Seventy-Five: The Diamond Anniversary of a Science Fiction Pioneer, Jack Williamson. By Jack Williamson. Edited by Stephen Haffner and Richard A. Hauptmann. Royal Oak, Michigan: Haffner Press, 2004, 19-22. Revised version of the 1991 "Introduction" to Beachhead.

2005: "Afterword." (With Stephen Baxter) Sunstorm. By Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2005, 327-328.

"The Bradbury Chronicles." S Is for Space. By Ray Bradbury. Hornsea: PS, 2005, i-v. Foreword.

"Foreword." Asteroid. By Patrick Moore & Arthur C. Clarke. Introduction by Martin Rees. Exeter, Great Britain: Canopus Press, 2005, xi-xii.

"Foreword." Science Fiction Quotations: From the Inner Mind to the Outer Limits. Edited by Gary Westfahl. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 2005, ix-xi.

"Preface." Are We Alone? The Stanley Kubrick Extraterrestrial Intelligence-Interviews. Edited by Anthony Frewin. London: Elliott & Thompson, 2005, 7-8.

2006: "Foreword." Beautiful Living: Buddha's Way to Prosperity, Wisdom, and Inner Peace. By Bhikkhu Basnagoda Rahula. Houston: Vimamsa Publishers, 2006, ix.

"Foreword." Golden Age SF: Tales of a Bygone Future. Edited by Eric T. Reynolds. Overland Park, Kansas: Hadley Rille, 2006, 13-15.

"Foreword." Leaving the Planet by Space Elevator. By Bradley C. Edwards and Philip Ragan. Seattle, Washington: Lulu.com, 2006, vii-x.

"Foreword." The Science of Doctor Who. By Paul Parsons. Thriplow, Cambridge, England: Icon Books, 2006, ix-xi.
The updated 2010 edition, published by Johns Hopkins University Press, does not include Clarke's foreword.

"Foreword." Space 50. By Piers Bizony. New York: Smithsonian, 2006, 8-9.

"Foreword: The World of Jules Verne." The World of Jules Verne. By Gonzague Saint Bris. New York: Helen Marx Books, 2006, v-vii.

"Unveiling Jules Verne, A Century After His Death." Jules Verne: The Definitive Biography. By William Butcher. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 2006, xv-xviii. Introduction.

"Introduction: Once and Future Tsunamis." Elemental: The Tsunami Relief Anthology: Stories of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Edited by Steve Saville and Alethea Kontis. New York: Tor, 2006, 11-15.

2007: "Foreword." Glocalization: The Human Side of Globalization As If the Washington Consensus Mattered. Second Edition. By Patrick Mendis. Morrisville, North Carolina: Lulu Press, 2007, xxxi-xxxiii. First edition published in Sri Lanka in 2005 as Freedom on the March: An American Voyage to Explore Globalization.

"Foreword." The History of Astronomy. By Heather Couper [Godley] and Nigel Henbest. London: Cassell Illustrated, 2007, 6-7. Buffalo, New York, and Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada: Firefly, 2007, 6-7.

"Foreword." The Rise of Animals: Evolution and Diversification of the Kingdom Animalia. By Mikhail A. Fedonkin, James G. Gehling, Kathleen Grey, Guy M. Narbonne, and Patricia Vickers-Rich. Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, 2007, xi.

2008: "Afterword." (With Stephen Baxter) Firstborn. By Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2008, 361-364.

"The First Preamble." The Last Theorem. By Arthur C. Clarke and Frederik Pohl. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2008, vii-viii.

"Foreword." Alien Volcanoes. By Rosaly M. C. Lopes and Michael W. Carroll. Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, 2008, vii-ix.

"Foreword." The Buddha's Teachings on Prosperity: At Home, at Work, in the World. By Bhikkhu Basnagoda Rahula. Boston: Wisdom Publications, 2008, ix-x. Same as 2006 item?

"Foreword: Enter Citizen Astronauts." SpaceShipOne: An Illustrated History. By Dan Linehan. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Zenith Press, 2008, 10-11.

"The Second Postamble: Acknowledgments, and Other Acknowledgments." (With Frederik Pohl) The Last Theorem. By Arthur C. Clarke and Frederik Pohl. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2008, 295-296.

"The Third Postamble: Fermat's Last Theorem." (With Frederik Pohl) The Last Theorem. By Arthur C. Clarke and Frederik Pohl. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2008, 297-299.

2009: "Homage to Paul: Preface." From the Pen of Paul: The Fantastic Images of Frank R. Paul. Edited by Stephen D. Orlando, Florida: Shasta-Phoenix Publishers, 2009, 9.
Book republished as Frank R. Paul: Father of Science Fiction Art. New York: Castle, 2010, 9.

XII. Letters (Probably incomplete)

1935: "An Interesting Letter from an English Reader." (As by A. C. Clarke) Amazing Stories, 9:10 (February, 1935), 140. Reprinted in Amazing Stories, 66:1 (May, 1991), 52.

1938: Letter. Daily Express, July 29, 1938, 8. Referred to in Novae Terrae, 3:1 (August, 1938), as a letter "extolling the B.I.S. [British Interplanetary Society]" (47). One quotation from the letter is provided: "We do not guarantee isolation even in Mars, which in a couple of centuries will be about as far away as Czecho-Slovakia."

"Letters to the Editor." (As by A Very Civil Servant) The Huish Magazine, 27 (unknown issue, 1938), page numbers unknown. Other than its fictional address in Bechuanaland, this reads like a letter actually written by Clarke, not a fictional persona; not listed in Samuelson; approximate date of publication deduced from position in Childhood Ends.
Republished in Childhood Ends, 81.

"We'll Expect a Reply from Leo Vernon. As For Fuels, What About Atomic H, Not H2?" (Letter) "Science Discussion and Brass Tacks." Astounding Science-Fiction, 21:3 (May, 1938), 150-151.

"Rocket Math." (Letter) (As by "Arthur C. Clark") "Science Discussions and Brass Tacks." Astounding Science-Fiction, 22:4 (December, 1938), 155.

1939: Comment on the Moon Being Made of Green Cheese. Fantast, 1:7 (November, 1939), c. 12-13.

"B.I.S. Brain-Bulge. Arthur C. Clarke from 88 Grays Inn Road, W.C. 1 Gushes." Fantast, 1:2 (May, 1939), 19-20. Quotation from letter.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/FanStuff/THEN%20Archive/Fantast/Fant2.htm .

Letter. Satellite, 2:7 (July, 1939), 11 or thereafter.

"From the British Interplanetary Society." (Letter) "Science Discussions." In "Brass Tack and Science Discussions." Astounding Science-Fiction, 24:2 (October, 1939), 162.

1940: Letter. Gargoyle, unnumbered "supplement" entitled Forerunner (September, 1940), 4.

Letter. Satellite, 3:5 (August, 1940), 9 or 10.

"We Hope They Did Get All the Issues Over There." (Letter) "Brass Tacks." Astounding Science-Fiction, 25:1 (March, 1940), 155-156.

1941: "Interjection by Arthur C. Clarke." Hot Air ... Being an Overflow of Readers' Letters about Zenith. Supplement to Zenith, (New Series) (October, 1941), 2.
Available online at http://www.htspweb.co.uk/fandf/romart/het/fanzines/hotair.htm .

1942: "Always First to Comment, ARTHUR CLARKE ...." "Hot Air." Zenith, No. 5. (April, 1942), 99. Quotation from letter. Available online at http://www.htspweb.co.uk/fandf/romart/het/fanzines/z05.htm.

"Ego Reports." Futurian War Digest, 3:2 (November, 1942), 3. Extended quotation from a letter from Clarke.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FWD/FWD24.htm .

"Gawd! Wot Is This! EGO CLARKE Fumes." "Hot Air." Zenith, No. 5. (April, 1942), 103. Quotation from letter.
Available online at http://www.htspweb.co.uk/fandf/romart/het/fanzines/z05.htm.

Letter. Fantast, 3:1 (April, 1942), 28 or thereafter.

Letter. Fantast, 3:2 (July, 1942), 30 or thereafter.

1943: "Congratulations." Futurian War Digest, 3:7 (July, 1943), 8. Brief quotation from a letter from Clarke and summaries of others' reports.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FWD/FWD29.htm .

"Fan News." Futurian War Digest, 4:1 (October, 1943), 6-7. Brief quotation from Clarke letter and summaries of others' reports.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FWD/FWD31.htm .

1945: "V2 for Ionospheric Research?" (Letter) Wireless World, 52 (February, 1945), 58. Also cited as appearing in Wireless Engineer, 72-73.
Available online at http://lakdiva.org/clarke/1945ww/1945ww_feb_058.html .

1946: "Thanks — but We're Just as Glad It Didn't Develop. Besides, with Atomic Energy, Chemical Rockets Seem Unnecessary Anyway." (Letter) (As by Flight Lieutenant A. C. Clarke, R. A. F.) "Brass Tacks." Astounding Science-Fiction, 37:2 (April, 1946), 172-174.

1948: "Toward the End of the War, As Much as Ten Megawatts Was Being Generated on Pulses!" (Letter) Astounding Science-Fiction, 41:6 (August, 1948), 157-158.

1951: "Radio Reaching Out 238,000 Miles to Finger Moondust." (Letter) "Brass Tacks." Astounding Science-Fiction, 48:4 (December, 1951), 163-164.

1959: "'Naughty but Nice' Maybe?" (Letter) "Brass Tacks." Astounding Science-Fiction, 64:2 (October, 1959), 157.

1961: "He Invented a Moon." (Letter) The Saturday Evening Post, 324:18 (May 6, 1961), 6.

1967: "A Breath of Fresh Vacuum." (Letter) Astronautics and Aeronautics, 5 (February, 1967), 16, 21.

Letter. If, 17:6 (June, 1967), 162.
Available online at https://archive.org/details/1967-06_IF.

1968: "'Applied Science Fiction' Applied to Science Fiction — Completely Appropriate!" (Letter) "Brass Tacks." Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 81:1 (March, 1968), 170.

"Clarke's Third Law on UFO's." (Letter). Science, 159 (January 19, 1968), 255.

1969: Letter. Trumpet, No. 10 (1969), 13.

1970: "Hal Jr. Has Arrived." Measure (Hewlett-Packard inhouse magazine), April, 1969, 6-8. Correspondence involving a Hewlett-Packard computer that Clarke received as a gift.

Letter. Mathom, No. 4 (March, 1970), 34.

1971: Letter. Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 88:4 (December, 1971), 169.

"Space Shuttle: Key to Future." (Letter) New York Times, May 22, 1971, 30. Letter dated May 15, 1971.

1975: Letter. Algol, 12:2 (Summer, 1975), 41.

"On the Eisenstein-Suvin Exchange (See SFS 1:305-307): One." Science-Fiction Studies, 2:2 (July, 1975), 195.

1976: Letter. Visions. (Canadian fanzine) Exact year and date unknown.

1977: On the Failings of Hilary Bailey." (Letter) Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction, No. 11/12 (March, 1977), 111.

Letter. Vector, No. 81 (May/June, 1977), 20.

Letter. Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, 1:2 (Summer, 1977), 189.

Letter. Locus, 10:6 (August, 1977), 10.

1978: "Dear Professor Mullen." Science-Fiction Studies, 5:3 (November, 1978), 306-307.

Letter. Locus, 11:4 (May, 1978), 5.

"On Moylan on The City and the Stars." Science-Fiction Studies, 5:1 (March, 1978), 88-90.

"Professor Irwin and the Deeks Affair." Science-Fiction Studies, 5:1 (March, 1978), 90-92.

1979: "An Open Letter to the Science Fiction Writers of America." (As "From Arthur C. Clarke") Science Fiction Review, 8 (May, 1979), 8. Also published in The Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America and in The Web Between the Worlds by Charles Sheffield.

1980: Letter. Starship, 17:2, No. 38 (Spring, 1980), 51-end page number.

Letter. Starship, 17:3, No. 39 (Summer, 1980), 48.

1981: Letter. Locus, 14:10 (November, 1981), 5.

Letter. Vector, No. 102 (June, 1981), 44.

1982: Letter. Locus, 15:6 (June, 1982), 11.

1983: Letter. Fantastyka, 1:4 (1983), 60.

Letter. Locus, 16:10 (October, 1983), 28.

Letter. Locus, 16:11 (November, 1983), 27.

1984: Letter. Vector, No. 118 (February, 1984), 32.

1985: Letter. Locus, 18:8 (August, 1985), 55.

1986: Letter. Locus, 19:9 (September, 1986), 62.

Letter. Locus, 11:11 (November, 1986), 4.

"Prelude to Space." (Letter) Nature, 323 (1986?), 198.

1987: Letter. Locus, 20:4 (April, 1987), 57.

Letter. Locus, 20:4 (April, 1987), 57. Different from above item.

Letter. Locus, 20:7 (July, 1987), 65.

Letter, Vector, No. 141 (December/January, 1987/1988), 9.

"Luminous Arcs: Universal Scaffolding?" (Letter) Science, 236, No. 4809 (June 26, 1987), 1613.

1988: Letter. Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, 108:7 (July, 1988), 189.

Letter. Locus, 21:6 (June, 1988), 50.

Letter. Locus, 21:10 (October, 1988), 76.

Letter. The New York Review of Science Fiction, No. 3 (November, 1988), 21.

Quotation from Letter to Ted Chapman. Then, No. 1 (March, 1988), 11.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/FanStuff/THEN%20Archive/THENletters1.htm#12.NAM .

1989: Excerpt from Letter. Alcor Life Extension Foundation website, posted at unknown time. "Letter sent in support of Alcor's Roe v. Mitchell legal case against the California Department of Health Services, dated June 20, 1989."
Available online at https://alcor.org/Library/html/clarke.html .

Letter. Locus, 23:1 (July, 1989), 60.

Letter. Locus, 23:6 (December, 1989), 64.

Letter. Then, No. 2 (March, 1989), 2.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/FanStuff/THEN%20Archive/THENletters2.htm .

Letter. Vector, No. 151 (August, 1989), 6.

1990: "Arthur C. Clarke on Solar Sailcraft." (Letter) The Futurist, 24:5 (September/October, 1990), 2.

"Clean Up Hollywood." (Letter) Ad Astra, 2:11 (December, 1990), 4.

Letter. Matrix, No. 88 (June/July, 1990), 14.

Letter. Locus, 25:5 (November, 1990), 72.

Letter. Paperback Inferno, No. 86 (October/November, 1990), 13.

Letter. Physics Today, 43:11 (November, 1990), 124, 126.

1991: "Amputee in the Sky." (Letter) New Scientist, 129 (March 9, 1991), 3.

Letter. Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction, No. 52 (Summer, 1991), 68-69. Entitled "Plundering in Partnership" on Contents page.

Letter. Locus, 26:1 (January, 1991), 74.

Letter. Locus, 27:2 (August, 1991), 65.

Letter. Locus, 27:4 (October, 1991), 64.

Letter. Then, No. 3 (April, 1991), page numbers unknown. Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/FanStuff/THEN%20Archive/THENletters2.htm .

1992: Letter. Life, 15:6A (June 2, 1992), 33.

Letter. Locus, 28:4 (April, 1992), 60.

Letter. Locus, 29:1 (July, 1992), 6.

1993: Letter, The Columbus Optical SETI Observatory website, posted November 2, 1993. At http://www.coseti.org/publicac.htm . Letter protesting end of government funding for SETI research, and announcing Clarke's donation to support it.

Letter. Interzone, No. 76 (October, 1993), 4.

Letter. Locus, 30:4 (April, 1993), 60.

Letter. Locus, 31:3 (September, 1993), 54.

Letter. Locus, 31:3 (December, 1993), 68.

"Letter to the Editor." The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Bulletin, 27:3 (Fall, 1993), 2.

1994: Letter. Locus, 32:4 (April, 1994), 61.

Letter. The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Bulletin, 27:4 (Winter/Spring, 1994), 2.

1995: Letter. Fantasy Commentator, 8:3/4 (Fall, 1995), 290.

Letter. Interzone, No. 91 (January, 1995), 5.

Letter. Locus, 34:5 (May, 1995), 73.

1996: Letter. Locus, 36:4 (April, 1996), 69.

Letter. Locus, 37:5 (November, 1996), 70.

Letter. New Energy News, 3:9 (February, 1996), 19.
Available online at http://www.padrak.com/ine/LETTERACC.html .

1997: Letter. Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction, No. 69 (Spring, 1997), 95. Entitled "Eisenstein and the Dalai Lama" on Contents page.

Letter. Locus, 39:6 (December, 1997), 82.

Letter. (One of three under heading "Varieties of Religious Opinion") Mercury, 26 (May/June, 1997), 4.

1998: Letter. Locus, 40:4 (April, 1998), 70.

2000: "Farewell, My Clone!" (Letter) BT Technology Review, 18:1 (2000), 46-47.

Letter. Locus, 45:3 (September, 2000), 78.

Letter. The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, 34:2 (Fall, 2000), 2.

"Stranger Than Science Fiction." (Letter) Science, 289, No. 5480 (August 4, 2000), 727.

2001: "Letter of Support from Arthur C. Clarke." SETI League website, dated June 21, 2001.

"Message from Arthur C. Clarke." IAF: The First 50 Years: The Spirit of Astronautics. Edited by Hervé Moulin with Leslie R. Shepherd. Paris: International Astronautical Federation, 2001, 7.

2002: Letter. Ansible, No. 174 (January, 2002), 2. Actually a paraphrased comment that Clarke is said to be "telling correspondents."
Available online at: http://news.ansible.uk/a174.html .

Letter. Ansible, No. 182 (September, 2002), 2. Quotation from letter.
Available online at: http://news.ansible.uk/a182.html .

Letter. Interzone, No. 175 (January, 2002), 5.

Letter. Interzone, No. 179 (May, 2002), 4.

Partial quotation republished in Ansible, No. 180 (July, 2002), 2.
Available online at: http://news.ansible.uk/a180.html .

Letter. Locus, 48:5 (May, 2002), 70.

Letter. Locus, 49:3 (September, 2002), 40.

Letter. The Bulletin of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, 36:2 (Fall, 2002), 3.

2003: "A Final Letter from Arthur C. Clarke." From Narnia to a Space Odyssey: The War of Ideas Between Arthur C. Clarke and C. S. Lewis. (With C. S. Lewis) Edited by Ryder W. Miller. New York: iBooks, 2003, 175. Posthumous letter to C. S. Lewis, dated July 17, 2003.

Letter. Locus, 50:4 (April, 2003), 82.

2004: Letter. Free Inquiry, 24:2 (February/March, 2004), 7.

Letter. (Under Heading "Science and Religion") Sky and Telescope, 107:3 (March, 2004), 14.

"Yes, Sir, You Did." (Letter) Science News, 165:24 (June 12, 2004), 383.

2005: "Letter from Sri Lanka." Wired, 13:2 (February, 2005). Written with the "support" of Nalaka Gunawardene. Not the same as 1999 item.
Available online at http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/13.02/letter.html . Written with the "support" of Nalaka Gunawardene.

2008: Letter. Res Communis website, posted March 27, 2008. Letter to Andrew G. Haley, apparently not previously published.
Available online at http://rescommunis.blog.olemiss.edu/files/2008/03/clarkeletter2-1.jpg .

2013: Letter. The British Interplanetary Society website, posted April 21, 2013. Handwritten letter to organizers of the 1992 Minehead Space Festival, apparently not previously published, thanking them for the event.
Available online at http://www.bis-space.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Image-12.jpg.

2016: Letter. Sifferkoll website, posted January 10, 2016. A 1993 letter to Al Gore, apparently not previously published, in support of cold fusion research.
Available online at http://www.sifferkoll.se/sifferkoll/arthur-c-clarke-on-lenr-from-1993-and-his-letter-to-al-gore/ .

XIII. Interviews and Transcribed Conversations (Probably Incomplete) (unless otherwise described, each item is an interview of Clarke conducted by the credited author)

1938: Temple, William F. "The British Fan in His Natural Haunts: Arthur C. Clarke." Novae Terrae, 2 (June, 1938), 14-17. Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT24.htm .

Untitled comments in response to "Mr Youd Replies." Novae Terrae, 2:8 (January, 1938), 5-6. An unidentified author (presumably editor Maurice K. Hanson) shows Clarke Sam Youd's written response to his "Science Fiction v. Mr. Youd" and records his verbal responses to Youd's points. Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT20.htm .

Williams, Eric C. "Idle Chatter in the Vaults." Novae Terrae, 3:4 (December, 1938), 6-8. The first section is a transcribed conversation of editors Clarke, William F. Temple, and Maurice K. Hanson.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/FanStuff/THEN%20Archive/NewWorlds/NT28.htm .

1939: Clarke, Arthur C. "The British Fan, #7: William F. Temple." Novae Terrae, 3:5 (January, 1939), 19-21. William F. Temple, interviewed by Clarke.
Available online at http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/newworlds/NT29.htm .

1947: Gillings, Walter. (as Thomas Sheridan) "Champion of Space-Flight." Fantasy Review, 1 (April-May, 1947), 7-9.
Available online at http://efanzines.com/FR/fr02.htm .

1948: "British Scientists Now Read 'Wonder.'" (No author given) Fantasy Review, 2:9 (June-July, 1948). Report on Clarke talk, "Science Fiction and Astronautics," includes two lengthy quotations.

1952: Henry, Frank. "The Shape of Things to Come." Sunday Sun Magazine, November 2, 1952, 9, 30.

1954: Gibson, Rochelle. "This Week's Personality: Pioneering Space Flights Coming in This Century." Roanoke Times, April 25, 1954, B-4.

1960: Solomon, Lois. "Off the Moon Talk III." The Paper: A Chicago Weekly, 1 (September 3, 1960), [3].

1962: "Critical Evaluation of the Space Race." Space Flight Report to the Nation. Edited by Jerry Grey and Vivian Grey. New York: Basic Books, 1962, 163-194. Transcript of a panel discussion that Clarke moderated.

Johnson, Connie. "Arthur C. Clarke." Skin Diver, 11 (March, 1962), 33, 52.

1963: Anderson, Poul, Isaac Asimov, James Blish, Ray Bradbury, Algis Budrys, Robert A. Heinlein, Frederik Pohl, Rod Serling, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn (Philip Klass0, and A. E. Van Vogt. "1984 and Beyond." Playboy, 10 (July, 1963), 25-37, and (August, 1963), 31-35, 108, 112, 114, 116-118. Transcript of panel discussion.

Weereraine, Neville. "A Star in Space." Ceylon Observer, August 4, 1963, page numbers unknown.

1964: Van Reyk, Peter. "From Space Ships to the Buddha's Message." Ceylon Observer, March 8, 1964, 7, 11.

1965: Jeremy Bernstein (uncredited). "Beyond the Stars." New Yorker, 41 (April 24, 1965), 38-39. Interview of Clarke and Stanley Kubrick.

"To Prepare Man for the Extraordinary." Esquire, 65 (May, 1965), 117. Interview of Clarke and Stanley Kubrick; interviewer unidentified.

1967: Bernstein, Jeremy (uncredited). "The Colossus." "Talk of the Town." New Yorker, 43 (May 27, 1967), 25-26.

1968: Beigel, Jerry. "Author of 'Space Odyssey' Unravels Some of the Mystery." Daily Variety, March 20, 1968, 3.

Blume, Mary. "Of Metaphysics and Moonshots. International Herald-Tribune, October 4, 1968, 14. Also cited as October 4, 1969.

Bradford, Allen. "Homer on His 2nd Odyssey." Hindustani Times, June 22, 1968, 7-8.

Bradford, Alan. "Speculations of a Space Man." This Week, August 24, 1968, 7. The Bradfords are presumably the same man, with the first name misspelled in one instance.

Brohier, Deloraine. "`Space Odyssey' — A Realistic Myth, Appropriate to Our Times." Times Weekender (Ceylon), June 14, 1968, 4.

Cohn, Victor. "Idea for Space Movie Came from a Fertile Mind." Washington Post, March 31, 1968, G1-G2.

"Electronic Library a Marvel of the Future." "2001: A Space Odyssey" Exhibitor's Campaign Book. N.p.: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1969, 20. Clarke interviewed by unidentified interviewer.

Gold, Dale. "Portrait of a Man Reading, No XV." Book World, 2 (June 30, 1968), 2.

Johnson, William. "Man of Many Worlds." "Lively Arts." Senior Scholastic, 92 (May 9, 1968), 21.

Meade, James. "Writer Discusses `Space Odyssey.'" San Diego Union, May 16, 1968, A15.

Payne, William A. "`Space Odyssey' in Science Fact." Dallas Morning News, May 26, 1968, 1C.

Power, Charles. "2001." Clipper [Pan American inflight magazine], February-March, 1968, 30-32.

"Slab It to 'Em, Arthur." Books, 5 (May, 1968), 1, 8. Clarke interviewed by unidentified interviewer.

Smith, Roger P. "2001: The Book Behind the Movie ... and the Man Who Wrote It." Scientific Research, September 16, 1968, 38-39. Smith's review of Clarke's 2001: A Space Odyssey that includes an interview.

Thomas, Shirley. "Arthur C. Clarke (Excerpts from a Conversation with the Author)." Men of Space, Volume 8, by Shirley Thomas. Philadelphia: Chilton, 14-16.

"Tired Businessman Can Look Forward to Six-Day Weekend." "2001: A Space Odyssey" Exhibitor's Campaign Book. N.p.: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1969, 20. Clarke interviewed by unidentified interviewer.

1969: Warga, Wayne. "Author, Director All Out for Space-Age Authenticity." Los Angeles Times, April 27, 1969, Calendar section, 18.

Youngblood, Gene, and Ted Zatlyn. "Free Press Interview: Arthur C. Clarke." Los Angeles Free Press, April 25, 1969, 42-43, 47.

1970: "Arthur C. Clarke Went on a Whirlwind Tour Promoting 2001." The Making of Kubrick's 2001. By Jerome Agel. New York: New American Library, 1970, 310-312. Undocumented excerpts from various interviews.

Pumilia, Joseph F. "Clarke in Houston." Mathom, No. 4 (March, 1970), 3-6. A visiting Clarke participated in a question-and-answer session that was accidentally not recorded, but immediately afterwards, participant Pumilia wrote down the Clarke comments he recalled and includes them in the article in quotation marks, describing them as "pretty close" to what Clarke actually said.

"Introduction." The Panic Broadcast: Portrait of an Event. By Howard Koch. Boston: Little, Brown, 1970, 3-8. Actually an interview with Clarke.

1971: Clarke, Arthur C., and Alan Watts. "At the Interface: Technology and Mysticism." Playboy, 19 (January, 1971), 94-97, 130, 256-258, 260-264, 270-274. Dialogue.

"SF Film Festival in Triest, 1971." Part 1. Menschen Zwischen der Zeit. By Kurt Mahr. Edited by Günter M. Schelwokat. Germany: Publisher unidentified, 1971, 3-4. Clarke and Donald A. Wollheim interviewed by Clark Darlton (as Walter Ernsting) and Helmut Neuper.

"SF Film Festival in Triest, 1971." Part 2. Retter eines Planeten. By Marion Zimmer Bradley. Edited by Günter M. Schelwokat. Germany: Publisher unidentified, 1971, 3-4. Clarke and Donald A. Wollheim interviewed by Clark Darlton (as Walter Ernsting) and Helmut Neuper.

1972: "Further Comments." Focus on the Science Fiction Film. Edited by William Johnson. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 154-155. Transcript of telephone interview.

1973: Lehmkuhl, Donald. "Arthur C. Clarke: A Space Homer." Radio Times, October 18, 1973, 24.

Modder, Jan. "A Man in His Element." Sunday Mail Colour Magazine, November 18, 1973, 6.

Otterburn-Hall, William. "A Mathematical Genius in Sarong and Bare-Toed Sandals." San Francisco Chronicle, March 25, 1973, 17.

Turner, Alice K. "Arthur C. Clarke." Publishers Weekly, 204 (September 10, 1973), 24-25.

White, Jean M. "A Look at Futures Past." Washington Post, March 16, 1973, B1, B8.

1974: Kenward, Michael. "The World of Arthur C. Clarke." New Scientist, 64 (December 12, 1974), 822-823.

Ranawake, Eric. "Arthur C. Clarke: Ceylonese by Choice." Asian Student, 11 (May, 1974), 8. Also cited as dated May 11, 1974.

1975: "Arthur C. Clarke Looks at ATS-6 Dream Come True." Fairchild World (in-house magazine), 12 (November-December, 1975), 1-2. Interviewer unidentified.

1976: Baker, J. F. (As J.F.B.) "A Word from Arthur C. Clarke." Publishers Weekly, 209 (June 14, 1976), 47.

1977: Mama, H. P. "An 'Earth' in Outer Space in 50 Years." Ceylon Observer, May 10, 1977, 2.

1978: Davidson, Mark, and Nirmali Ponnamperuna. "A Look Forward to Encountering New Neighbors." Science Digest, 83 (February, 1978), 8-11.
Republished as "A Close Encounter with Arthur C. Clarke" in Science Fiction. Revised Edition. Edited by Sylvia Z. Brodkin and Elizabeth J. Pearson. Evanston: McDougal, Littell, and Co., 1979, 252-254. The interview is sometimes cited incorrectly as appearing in the original 1973 edition.

Garnett, David. "Men Only Interview: Arthur C. Clarke." Men Only, 43 (April, 1978), 20-22, 24, 30.
Republished as "An Interview with Arthur C. Clarke." Locus (July, 1978), 9, 11.

Houston, David, and the editors of Future. "Arthur C. Clarke: At a Turning Point in Paradise." Future: The Magazine of Science Adventure, 1 (May, 1978), 20-26.

Shane, Jeffrey. "Beyond Infinity with Arthur C. Clarke." Bangkok Post, March 12, 1978, page numbers unknown.

Walker, Martin. "The Man with Space for Development." Guardian, August 30, 1978, 8.
Republished as "The Distant Worlds of Arthur C. Clarke." Washington Post, September 4, 1978, C1, C3.
Republished as "Arthur C. Clarke in Sri Lanka." Los Angeles Times, September 14, 1978, Part IV, 8.

1979: Cutcheon, Billye. "A Visit with Arthur C. Clarke." Writer's Digest, 59 (January, 1979), 24-25.

Kirk, Malcolm. "Interview: Arthur C. Clarke." Omni, 1:6 (March, 1979), 101-103, 139-141.
Available online at https://omni.media/arthur-c-clarke-interview .

Purser, Philip. "How One Man Found His Way to the Stars." Telegraph Sunday Magazine, January 21, 1979, 32-33, 35-36, 39.

1980: Ennis, Jane. "The Man in the Sarong Who Is Building a Ladder to the Moon." Family Scene, September 25, 1980, 2-3, 79.

Malik, Rex. "Interview with Arthur C. Clarke." Future Imperfect: Science Fact and Science Fiction. Edited by Rex Malik. London: Francis Pinter, 115-122. [Samuelson suggests that Clarke's comments actually derive from a 1969 filmed interview]

Rulach, Eustace. "Arthur C. Clarke: Down to Earth." Observer Sunday Magazine (Sri Lanka), December 6, 1980, 8, 10.

1981: Clarke, Arthur C., Harlan Ellison, Fritz Leiber, and Mark Wells. "The Orycon 80 Four-Way Telephone Conversation." Science Fiction Review, 10:3 (Fall, 1981), 12-16. Transcript of telephone conversation.

1982: Beyette, Beverly. "Arthur C. Clarke Moves Further Ahead in Time, Space to '2010.'" Los Angeles Times, December 1, 1982, Part V, 1, 14-16.

Ellingsen, Peter. "Arthur C. Clarke Pampers His Newborn Sequel to '2001.'" Chicago Tribune, April 22, 1982, Section 3, 1, 5.

Irvine, Mat. "Arthur C. Clarke: The Celebrated Author of 2001, and Now 2010, Talks Exclusively to New Voyager: Interview by Mat Irvine." New Voyager, No. 2 (Winter, 1982), 11-13.

1983: Murray, D. C. "Interview: Arthur C. Clarke." Science Fiction Chronicle, 4:9 (June, 1983), 1, 20-21.

Platt, Charles. "Arthur C. Clarke." Dream Makers, Volume II: The Uncommon Men and Women Who Write Science Fiction. New York: Berkley, 1983, 47-54.
Republished in Dream Makers: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers at Work. By Charles Platt. New York: Ungar, 1987, 193-199.

1984: Hutchison, David. "Starlog Interview: Arthur C. Clarke, Beyond 2010." Starlog, No. 78 (January, 1984), 30-34.

1985: Gaiman, Neil. "Stranger Than Fiction." Space Voyager, No. 17 (October/November, 1985), 31-33.

1986: Kelley, Ken. "Arthur C. Clarke: A Candid Conversation about the Future of Space Travel — and about Sex, Immortality and '2001' — with the Witty Dean of Science Fiction Writers." Playboy, 33:7 (July, 1986), 49, 52-60, 62-63, 65-66.

1987: "Nisam Radoholičar." ["Not a Workaholic"] Sirius, No. 130 (1987), 100-111. Interviewer not identified. Presumably a translation of a previously-published English-language interview.

1992: Holliday, Liz. "Last of the Old Guard? Liz Holliday Meets Arthur C. Clarke and His Biographer, Neil McAleer." (With Neil McAleer) Interzone, No. 66 (December, 1992), 43-46.

1993: Greenwald, Jeff. "Arthur C. Clarke on Life." Wired, posted on March 1, 1993. At http://www.wired.com/1993/03/clarke/ . Also available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=11 .

Nicholls, Stan. "A Blip on the Way to the Big Crunch: Arthur C. Clarke Interviewed." Interzone, No. 78 (December, 1993), 23-26.

1994: Cook, Nick. "Jane's Interview with Arthur C. Clarke." Jane's Defence Weekly, 21:1 (January 8, 1994), 32.

Kaufman, Marc. "Arthur C. Clarke Interview." Philadelphia Inquirer, unknown 1994 issue. Posted at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=8 .

1996: "Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee Online Chat." Transcript of an unidentified "Moderator" who takes questions in the form of instant messages from an audience of 30 to 40 people and sends them to Clarke and Lee (not present), who respond with their own instant messages. Originally posted at SciFi.com (now Syfy.com) on November 1, 1996.
Available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=15 .

Gluckman, Ron. "Final Odyssey: His Eyesight Is Faltering, His Legs Are Gone, and His Breath Comes in Gasps, but the Nimble Mind of Arthur C. Clarke Continues to Propel This Quick-Witted Futurist to the Farthest Reaches of Human Possibility: An Interview with the Living Legend." Ron Gluckman's Reporting Pages, posted sometime in 1996. At http://www.gluckman.com/PageSriLanka.htm .
Also available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=17 .

1997: McClelland, Stephen. "The Millennium of Total Mobility." Future Histories: Award-Winning Science Fiction Writers Predict Twenty Tomorrows for Communications. Edited by Stephen McClelland. London: Horizon House, 1997, 17-19.

1998: "Arthur C. Clarke: 3001: The Final Odyssey: Arthur C. Clarke on Life, the Universe, and Everything." Spike Magazine, posted on January 3, 1998. Described as an interview released as part of the "PR package" accompanying the release of 3001: The Final Odyssey. At http://www.spikemagazine.com/0198clar.php .
Also available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=19 .

1999: Cherry, Matt. "God, Science, and Delusion: A Chat with Arthur C. Clarke." Free Inquiry, 19:2 (1999), 36-37.
Available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=4 .

Coker, John L. III. "A Visit with Sir Arthur C. Clarke." Locus, 43:3 (September, 1999), 6-7, 84-85.

"Discover Dialogue: Arthur C. Clarke: A Lifelong Space Odyssey." Discover Magazine, 20:7 (July, 1999), 18. Interview unidentified.
Available online at http://discovermagazine.com/1999/jul/arthurcclarkeali1652 .

Robinson, Andrew. "Arthur C. Clarke." Predictions: 30 Great Minds on the Future. Edited by Sian Griffiths. (Also described as Sian Phillips) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, 35-42. Described as one of a series of interviews originally published in The Times Higher Education Supplement.

2000: Dalkin, Gary. "Arthur C. Clarke." To the Last Word. At http://tothelastword.com/interviewer/arthur-c-clarke/ . Transcript of telephone interview conducted on April 21, 2000.

Harding, Luke. "The Space Odysseus." The Guardian, September 28, 2000, 6-7.
Available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=5 .

Rabkin, Eric S. "Sir Arthur C. Clarke: A Telephone Conversation." With Questions from Paul A. Carter, Gary Kern, Frank McConnell, Daryl F. Mallett, Melissa Mannion, Joseph D. Miller, and Gary Westfahl. Space and Beyond: The Frontier Theme in Science Fiction. Edited by Gary Westfahl. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2000, 185—190.

2001: David, Leonard. "Arthur C. Clarke Stands By His Belief in Life on Mars." Originally posted at Space.com, June 7, 2001.
Available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=7 .

Dissanaike, Tharuka, and Sanjiva Wijesinha. "Arthur C. Clarke 2001 — A Space Legacy." Orb Speculative Fiction, No. 2 (2001), 171-175.

Sieberg, Daniel. "Clarke to Comdex: 'Travel by Wire.'" Transcript of taped interview with Dick Brown, first shown during Dick Brown's speech at the 2001 Comdex Convention on November 13, 2001. Posted at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=3 .

2002: Kovsky, Steve (uncredited). "Understanding Tech and Terror." CNET, posted on January 2, 2002. At http://www.cnet.com/news/understanding-tech-and-terror/ .

2003: Gunawardene, Nalaka. "Humanity Will Survive Information Deluge — Sir Arthur C. Clarke." Originally posted at OneWorld South Asia, December 5, 2003.
Now available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=12 .

Harrison, Francis. "Arthur C Clarke Sees E-Mail for All." BBC News Online, posted June 1, 2003. Transcript of comments made to Harrison during an interview on the BBC World program ClickOnline. Posted at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/2949974.stm .

Ünver, Bircan. "May You Live Many Thousands of Years, Sir Arthur C. Clarke!" Originally posted at the Light Millennium website ( www.lightmillennium.org ), November, 2003.
Available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=6 .

2004: "A Conversation with Stephen Baxter and Sir Arthur C. Clarke." Time's Eye. By Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 2004, [365-370]. Baxter (and occasionally Clarke) respond to questions from an unidentified interviewer.

Robinson, Tasha. "Arthur C. Clarke Interview." Originally posted at A. V. Club, February 18, 2004. At http://www.avclub.com/article/arthur-c-clarke-13855 .
Also available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=14 .

Teague, Matthew. "From the Archives: A Day with Arthur C. Clarke: A Too-Brief Encounter with Arthur C. Clarke, the Grand Old Master of Science-Fiction Visionaries." Popular Science website, August 19, 2004. Posted at http://www.popsci.com/scitech/article/2004-08/archives-day-arthur-c-clarke .

2005: Ratnatunga, Kavan. 60th Anniversary of Clarke's Communication Satellite Idea. 2005. Posted at http://lakdiva.org/clarke/2005trip/ . Introductory material published as "Life Out There Will Be Discovered, One Day," by Kavan Ratnatunga, Sunday Times of Sri Lanka (March 13, 2005), page numbers unknown.

2008: Cordeiro, José Luis. "Tribute to Sir Arthur C. Clarke." The Futurist Interviews Arthur C. Clarke." The Futurist, 42:4 (July-August, 2008), 47-50.
Available online as "The Futurist Interviews Arthur C. Clarke" at http://www.wfs.org/node/852.
Also posted as "Special Report: Sir Arthur C. Clarke in 3001: Don't Panic!" At http://lifeboat.com/ex/arthur.c.clarke .

Das, Saswato R. "Final Thoughts from Arthur C. Clarke." IEEE Spectrum, posted on March 1, 2008. Written version of podcast interview. At http://spectrum.ieee.org/aerospace/space-flight/final-thoughts-from-sir-arthur-c-clarke-19172008 .
Transcript of entire interview available online at http://www.arthurcclarke.net/?interview=18 .

"Q & A with Arthur C. Clarke." Locus, 60:1 (January, 2008), 43. Transcript of podcast interview posted online as part of the December, 2007 issue of the BBC magazine Focus.

2010: Zebrowski, George. "Arthur C. Clarke Interview with George Zebrowski." Sentinels in Honor of Arthur C. Clarke. Edited by Gregory Benford and George Zebrowski. City: Hadley Rille, 2010, 369-388.

2013: Mesirow, Tod. "Tod Mesirow Interviews Arthur C. Clarke: Science Fiction and Prophecy: Talking to Arthur C. Clarke." Los Angeles Review of Books, July 14, 2013. Transcript of 1995 interview. At http://lareviewofbooks.org/interview/science-fiction-and-prophecy-talking-to-arthur-c-clarke .

XIV. Film and Television Appearances (Incomplete)

1963: "Moon Base." Episode of documentary series The Sky at Night. London: BBC-TV, September 10, 1963.

1964: "Treasure of the Great Reef." Adventure. London: BBC, January 6, 1964. Clarke appeared as narrator in episode of documentary series.

1966: 2001: A Space Odyssey - A Look Behind the Future. Thomas Craven Film Corporation, 1966. Short documentary about the making of the film.

1968: Episode of The Dick Cavett Show. New York: ABC-TV, May 30, 1968.

1969: Episode of The David Frost Show. Group W Productions, July 18, 1969.

Television coverage of the Apollo 11 mission. New York: CBS Television, July 16 through July 24, 1969. Clarke appeared occasionally alongside Walter Cronkite as a commentator.

Television coverage of the Apollo 12 mission. New York: CBS Television, November 14 through November 24, 1969. Clarke appeared occasionally alongside Walter Cronkite as a commentator.

1970: Episode of The Dick Cavett Show. New York: ABC-TV, April 3, 1970.

"The Future Isn't What It Used to Be." Episode of Camera Three. CBS Productions, September 13, 1970.

The Unexplained. Television documentary, 1970. Production company, network, and exact date of airing unknown. Clarke served as host; Rod Serling was the narrator.

1971: "Arthur C. Clarke in Conversation." Episode of Camera Three. CBS Productions, January 3, 1971.

Television coverage of the Apollo 15 mission. New York: CBS Television, July 26 through August 7, 1971. Clarke appeared occasionally alongside Walter Cronkite as a commentator.

1972: "The City in the Image of Man: Ideas and Work of Paolo Soleri." Three-part episode of Camera Three. CBS Productions, May 14, 1972; May 21, 1972; and May 28, 1972.

Episode of The David Frost Show. Group W Productions, May 25, 1972.

Episode of The Dick Cavett Show. New York: ABC-TV, July 19, 1972.

1976: Episode of Good Morning America. New York: ABC-TV, March 25, 1976.

1977: "Suns, Space-Ships and Bug-Eyed Monsters." Episode of documentary series The Sky at Night. London: BBC-TV, December 14, 1977.

1980: Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. London: ITV, 1980. Documentary series hosted by Clarke. Episodes: "The Journey Begins" (September 2), "Monsters of the Deep" (September 9), "Ancient Wisdom" (September 16), "The Missing Apeman" (September 23), "Giants for the Gods" (September 30), "Monsters of the Lakes" (October 7), "The Great Siberian Explosion" (October 14), "The Riddle of the Stones" (October 21), "Out of the Blue" (October 28), "UFOs" (November 4), "Dragons, Dinosaurs and Giant Snakes" (November 11), "Strange Skies" (November 18), "Clarke's Cabinet of Curiosities" (November 25).

1981: Village in the Jungle. (Beddegama) National Film Corporation of Sri Lanka, 1981. Clarke plays Leonard Woolf.

1983: Episode of Entertainment Tonight. Paramount Television, November 15, 1983.

1984: 2010: The Odyssey Continues. ZM Productions, 1984. Short documentary about the making of the film.

2010: The Year We Make Contact. MGM, 1984. Cameo appearance as man on park bench.

1985: Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers. London: ITV, 1985. Documentary series hosted by Clarke. Episodes: "Warnings from the Future?" (April 3), "Things That Go Bump in the Night" (April 10), "From Mind to Mind" (April 17), "Stigmata — The Wounds of Christ?" (April 24), "Ghosts, Apparitions, and Haunted Houses" (May 1), "Have We Lived Before?" (May 15), "Fairies, Phantoms, and Fantastic Photographs" (May 22), "An Element of the Divine" (June 5), "Walking on Fire" (June 12), "Messages from the Dead?" (June 19), "The Roots of Evil" (June 26), "Metal-Bending, Magic, and Mind Over Matter" (July 3), "Strange Powers — The Verdict" (July 10).

1987: The Day of Five Billion. Turner Broadcasting Corporation, July 11, 1987. Documentary.

1988: God, the Universe and Everything Else. Central Independent Television, 1988. Video discussion featuring Clarke, Stephen Hawking, and Carl Sagan.

1992: Arthur C. Clarke Royal Television Society Lecture. Toronto: York University Television, 1992.

1993: Arthur C. Clarke: Before 2001. (With Robert Lewis Knecht) Southern Cross Entertainment Group, 1993. Documentary.

Brave New Worlds: The Science Fiction Phenomenon. Arts Entertainment Network, 1993. Documentary.

1994: Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious Universe. London: ITV, 1994. Documentary series hosted by Clarke. Episodes: "Snake Charmers, Wolf Children and Holy Men" (January 1), "On the Trail of the Big Cats" (January 2), "Where Giants Walked" (February 3), "Relics of the Saints" (February 4), "Mysteries of the Sea" (March 5), "The Psychic Detectives" March 6), "Keys to the Past" (March 7), "The Burning Question" (March 8), "A Crop of Circles" (April 9), "At Death's Door" (April 10), "Callers from the Cosmos" (April 11), "The Evil Eye" (April 12), "Secrets of the Pyramids" (April 13), "Mysteries of the Maya" (April 14), "Squaring the Bermuda Triangle" (April 15), "Doom of the Dinosaurs" (April 16), "Cracking Codes: Writings, Runes, and Other Riddles" (April 17), "Zombies: The Living Dead" (April 18), "The Strange Powers of Animals" (April 19), "Into Thin Air" (April 20), "Baffling Bombardments" (April 21), "Meeting Mary: Visions of the Virgin" (April 22), "Secrets of Ancient Worlds" (May 23), "Spirits of Place: Hauntings and Spectres" (June 24), "True or False: More Than Meets the Eye" (June 25), "Mysteries of the North" (June 26).

Without Warning. New York: WB Network, October 30, 1994. Clarke appeared as an interviewed expert in this fictional television movie about mysterious meteors impacting Earth.

1995: "Arthur C. Clarke." Episode of biographical series This Is Your Life. Thames Television International, January 11, 1995.

Conferment by Satellite Link of an Honorary Degree on Dr Arthur C Clarke CBE and the Science Fiction Foundation Collection. Liverpool: University of Liverpool Central Television and Photographic Service, 1995. VHS tape.

1996: "Alien." Episode of documentary series Future Fantastic. London: BBC-TV, June 21, 1996.

1997: "Arthur C. Clarke." Episode of documentary series Masters of Fantasy. Sci-Fi Channel, April 22, 1997.

Hollywood Aliens and Monsters. Foxstar Productions, November 9, 1997. Documentary; Clarke appears in archival footage. Documentary later renamed To the Galaxy and Beyond with Mark Hamill.

"The Man Who Saw the Future." Episode of documentary series The Works. London: BBC-TV, July 13, 1997. Also referred to as Arthur C. Clarke: The Man Who Saw the Future.

Rama. Oakhurst, California: Sierra Entertainment, May 23, 1997. Computer game in which Clarke appears.

1999: Odyssey of Survival. Canadian documentary made in 1999, released as DVD on March 15, 2007.

2001: Episode of Letadlo. Czech television interview program for young people. Episode aired January 24, 2001.

The 73rd Annual Academy Awards. New York: ABC-TV, March 25, 2001. Presented award for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures. Warner Brothers, 2001. Documentary.

2001: HAL's Legacy. InCA Productions, 2001. Documentary.

2001: The Making of a Myth. Atlantic Celtic Films, January 13, 2001. Short documentary.

2003: "Mars, the Next Frontier." Episode of documentary series The Sky at Night. London: BBC-TV, August, 2003.

To Mars by A-Bomb: The Secret History of Project Orion. London: BBC-TV, March 26, 2003. Documentary.

2004: Arthur C. Clarke. Films for the Humanities, 2004. Documentary.

2005: 50 Terrible Predictions. London: Granada Television, March 28, 2005. Documentary.

"2001: A Space Odyssey." Episode of documentary series Movies That Shook the World. World of Wonder, September 30, 2006. Clarke appears in archival footage.

2006: "From Apes to Aliens." Episode of documentary series The Martians and Us. Blast Films, November 13, 2006.

2007: Contact: The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. Documentary made in 1995; aired on Canadian television on March 15, 2007.

"The Legend of the Hotel Chelsea." Episode of Japanese documentary series Sekai Gumi TV. Tokyo: Fuji Television Network, November 29, 2007. Clarke appears in archival footage.

Planetary Defense. Space Viz Productions, 2007. Documentary.

Vision of a Future Passed: The Prophecy of 2001. Leva Filmworks, October 23, 2007. Short documentary.

We Love "The Sky at Night." London: BBC-TV, May 6, 2007. Documentary.

What Is Out There? Short documentary. October 23, 2007. Clarke appears in archival footage.

2011: "Arthur C. Clarke." Episode of Prophets of Science Fiction. Science Channel, November 30, 2011. Clarke appears in archival footage.

"A Satellite." Episode of British documentary series How to Build ... Aired November 27, 2011. Clarke appears in archival footage.

2012: "Robert A. Heinlein." Episode of Prophets of Science Fiction. Science Channel, February 15, 2012. Clarke appears in archival footage.

2001: The Science of Future Past. Foolish Earthling Productions, May 31, 2012. Canadian documentary. Clarke appears in archival footage.

2014: "Robots." Episode of documentary miniseries The Real History of Science Fiction. BBC America, April 19, 2014. Clarke appears in archival footage.

"Space." Episode of documentary miniseries The Real History of Science Fiction. BBC America, April 26, 2014. Clarke appears in archival footage.

XV. Books and Stories Based on Clarke's Works

1938: Smith, D. R. "Cosmic Case #4." Novae Terrae, 3:3 (November, 1938), 6-8. An endnote states that the story was based "upon an idea suggested by Arthur C. Clarke."

1961: A Fall of Moondust. Reader's Digest Condensed Books, Volume 4, 1961: Autumn Selections. Editor in chief DeWitt Wallace. Pleasantville, New York: Reader's Digest Association, 1961, 344-404. Condensed version of Clarke's novel.

1967: A Fall of Moondust. London: Nelson, 1967. Freely adapted for foreign speakers by Stanley Donald Kneebone.
Republished: Sunbury-on-Thames: Nelson, 1978. 116 pp.

1969: De Bartolo, Dick, writer. Mort Drucker, artist. "201 Min. of a Space Idiocy." Mad Magazine, No. 125 (March, 1969), 4-10. Comic book-style parody of the film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

1970: "Hugo Greenback Rewrites the Moonshot." (Author unidentified) Mathom, No. 4 (March, 1970), 16-20. Parody of the first Moon landing, featuring television anchor "Walter Krunkite" and commentator "Arthur C. Cult."

1976: Islands in the Sky. Hong Kong and London: Oxford University Press, 1976. 66 pp. Retold by Suzan Davies.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "Beast-Killer." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 1 (December, 1976), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book, first of ten adventures inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "The Capture of X-51." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 8 (July, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "Hotline to Hades." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 10 (September, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "Inter-Galactica: The Ultimate Trip." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 6 (May, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "Marak!" 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 3 (February, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "Mister Machine." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 9 (August, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "The New Seed." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 7 (June, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "Norton of New York 2040 A.D." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 5 (April, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. 2001: A Space Odyssey. Marvel Treasury Special. New York: Marvel Comics Group, 1976. Comic book, adaptation of film.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "Vira the She-Demon." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 2 (January, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

Kirby, Jack, writer and artist. "Wheels of Death." 2001: A Space Odyssey, No. 4 (March, 1977), 1-3, 6-7, 10-11, 14-17, 22-23, 26-27, 30-31. Comic book.

1979: Rendezvous with Rama. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979. 96 pp. Adapted for younger readers by David Fickling.

1980: Welfare, Simon, and John Fairley. Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World. New York: A & W Visual Library, 1980. 217 pp. Based on the Clarke-hosted documentary series.

1981: Roberts, Ralph. "The Nine Billion Puns of God." (As "The Nine Billion Heavenly Puns") Owlflight, No. 1 (1981), 5. A parody of Clarke's "The Nine Billion Names of God" in which an elderly monk using a computer finds, with the inadvertent help of an acolyte, the nine-billionth pun that will bring an end to the world.

1984: Fairley, John, and Simon Welfare. Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1984. 248 pp. Based on the Clarke-hosted documentary series.

Scholz, Carter. "The Nine Billion Names of God." Light Years and Dark. Edited by Michael Bishop. New York: Berkley Books, 1984, 153-160. Purported letters between a science fiction editor and Scholz, who submits an exact copy of Clarke's "The Nine Billion Names of God" and offers different arguments for considering it his own original work.

1987: Welfare, Simon, and John Fairley. Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. London: Collins, 1987. 191 pp. Nine chapters, one entirely written by Clarke and others including his comments, inspired by the series and books Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World and Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers.

Preuss, Paul. Breaking Strain. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #1. New York: Avon, 1987. 256 pp. Based on "Breaking Strain."

1988: Preuss, Paul. Maelstrom. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #2. New York: Avon, 1987. 268 pp. Based on "Maelstrom II."

1989: Preuss, Paul. Hide and Seek. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #3. New York: Avon, 1989. 281 pp. Based on "Hide and Seek."

1990: Benford, Gregory. "Part II." Beyond the Fall of Night. By Arthur C. Clarke and Gregory Benford. New York: Ace/Putnam, 1990, 145-298. As noted above, this is Benford's original sequel to Against the Fall of Night, here republished as "Part I" of a purported two-part novel.
Republished as Beyond the Fall of Night in Against the Fall of Night — Arthur C. Clarke/Gregory Benford — Beyond the Fall of Night. London: Victor Gollancz, 1991, 117-139.

Preuss, Paul. The Medusa Encounter. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #4. New York: Avon, 1990. 280 pp. Based on "A Meeting with Medusa."

1991: Preuss, Paul. The Diamond Moon. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #5. New York: Avon, 1991. 278 pp. Based on "Jupiter V."

Preuss, Paul. The Shining Ones. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime #6. New York: Avon, 1991. 266 pp. Based on "The Shining Ones."

1992: Tales of Ten Worlds. Oxford: McMillan, 1992. 63 pp. Ten Clarke stories — "Summertime on Icarus," "Who's There?," "Into the Comet," "Let There Be Light," "Death and the Senator," "Before Eden," "Dog Star," "Saturn Rising," "Trouble with Time," and "A Slight Case of Sunstroke" — "retold" for elementary school students by Helen Reid-Thomas.

1993: Welfare, Simon, and John Fairley. Arthur C. Clarke's A-Z of Mysteries: From Atlantis to Zombies. Foreword by Clarke. London: HarperCollins, 1993. 250 pp. Seventy-three brief chapters, one written by Clarke, inspired by the series and books Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World and Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers.

1995: Lee, Gentry. Bright Messengers. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1995. 354 pp. Set in the same universe as Clarke and Lee's Rama II, The Garden of Rama, and Rama Revealed.

MacCulloch, Simon. "The Nine Billion Names of Nosferatu." 100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories. Edited by Robert Weinberg, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1995, 382-388. Story about an organization's efforts to generate all possible vampire stories, culminating with the ultimate, immortal vampire story; in addition to repeated references to Clarke's "The Nine Billion Names of God," it concludes with an infinitely repeating series in the manner of "The Longest Science Fiction Story Ever Told."

1996: Barba, Rick. Rama: The Official Strategy Guide. Rocklin, California: Prima, 1996. 266 pp.

The Songs of Distant Earth: Short Stories. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996. 88 pp. Five Clarke stories — " The Nine Billion Names of God," "The Secret," "The Wall of Darkness," "No Morning After," and "The Songs of Distant Earth" — "retold" by Jennifer Bassett.

1997: Webb, Don. "The Nine Billion Names of God." Fringe Ware Review, No. 11 (1997), 26-31. A sequel to Scholz's "The Nine Billion Names of God," wherein Scholz is approached by a mysterious group to generate all the names of God in order to control him by means of restrictive copyright laws; Clarke appears in a dream sequence.

1999: Lee, Gentry. Double Full Moon Night. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1995. 310 pp. Set in the same universe as Clarke and Lee's Rama II, The Garden of Rama, and Rama Revealed.

2000: Fairley, John, and Simon Welfare. Arthur C. Clarke's Mysteries. Foreword by Arthur C. Clarke. Amherst, New York: Prometheus, 2000. 256 pp. Omnibus of selected chapters from Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World, Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers, and Arthur C. Clarke's Chronicles of the Strange and Mysterious. The book references an earlier, unseen edition: London: Michael O'Mara Books, 1998.

Lee, Gentry. The Tranquility Wars. New York: Bantam Spectra, 2000. 481 pp. Includes references to the universe of Clarke and Lee's Rama II, The Garden of Rama, and Rama Revealed.

2001: 2001: A Space Odyssey. Harlow: Pearson Education, 2001. 86 pp. Retold by David Maule.

2003: Rendezvous with Rama. Oxford: Macmillan Heinemann ELT, 2003. 111 pp. Retold for foreign speakers by Elizabeth Walker.

2004: Benford, Gregory. Beyond Infinity. New York: Warner Aspect Books, 2004. 338 pp. London: Orbit Books, 2004. 449 pp. Though not identified as such, this is an expanded version of Benford's sequel to Against the Fall of Night, "Part II," with all explicit references to Clarke's text removed.

2016: The Medusa Chronicles. By Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynolds. New York: Saga Press/Simon & Schuster, 2016. 416 pp. Authorized sequel to "A Meeting with Medusa."

2001: A Space Odyssey. By Fredrik Colting and Melissa Medina. Illustrations by Sergiy Maidukov. Los Angeles: KinderGuides/Moppet Books, [2016]. 48 pp. Unauthorized adaptation of Clarke's novel for young readers, successfully challenged in court and now, officially, no longer available.

XVI. Music Based on Clarke's Works

1973: Bedford, David. The Tentacles of the Dark Nebula. London: Decca Records, 1973. Record of vocal music using lyrics from "Transience."
Score published in 1975. London: Universal Edition, 1975.

1976: Van Der Graaf Generator. "Childlike Faith in Childhood's End." Still Life. London: Charisma Records, 1976. Song loosely inspired by Childhood's End.

1994: Oldfield, Mike. The Songs of Distant Earth. London: Mike Oldfield Music, 1994. Includes music based on Clarke's novel.

2001: Bedford, David. The City and the Stars. Vocal music based on Clarke's novel. Performed 2001. No information found on its release on a CD.

XVII. Films, Television Programs, and Computer Games Based on Clarke's Works

1977: Rescue Party. (short) Santa Monica, California: BSA Educational Media, 1977. Adaptation of "Rescue Party."

1984: 2010: The Year We Make Contact. MGM, 1984. Adaptation of 2010: Odyssey Two.

1985: "The Star." Twilight Zone. New York: CBS-TV, December 20, 1985. Adaptation of "The Star."

1994: Trapped in Space. Paramount Pictures/Village Roadshow Productions, 1994. Adaptation of "Breaking Strain."

1997: Rama. Oakhurst, California: Sierra Entertainment, May 23, 1997. Computer game based on Rama II, The Gardens of Rama, and Rama Revealed by Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee.

2001: One: A Space Odyssey. Spite Your Face Productions, 2001. One-minute Lego parody of the film 2001: A Space Odyssey. Available online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O7nzjfaOMY .

2003: Rendezvous with Rama. Aaron Ross, 2003. Student film of images inspired by Rendezvous with Rama.

2015: Childhood's End. SyFy Channel, December 14 through December 16, 2015. Three-part miniseries adaptation of Childhood's End. Episodes: "The Overlords" (December 14), "The Deceivers" (December 15), and "The Children" (December 16).

"4,722 Hours." Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. New York: ABC-TV, October 27, 2015. References 2001: A Space Odyssey and Jack Kirby's comic book series based on the film.

Note: a SyFy Channel miniseries adaptation of 3001: The Final Odyssey, originally projected to be aired in 2017, has been delayed. A longstanding project to make a film adaptation of Rendezvous with Rama has been revived in 2016, although with no anticipated date of release.

Secondary Bibliography

This English-language bibliography list all books that devote a significant portion of their contents to Clarke, and all substantive articles that focus on Clarke (excluding items incorporated into listed books).

Books

Agel, Jerome, editor. The Making of Kubrick's 2001. New York: New American Library, 1970.

Badertscher, Eric. Arthur C. Clarke. Washington, D. C.: Great Neck Publishing, 2004. eBook for young readers.

Benford, Gregory, and George Zebrowski, editors. Sentinels in Honor of Arthur C. Clarke. Overland Park, Kansas: Hadley Rille Books, 2010. 399 pp. Stories and essays.

Benson, Michael. Space Odyssey: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and the Making of a Masterpiece. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2018. 320 pp.

Clarke, Erwin. The Arthur C. Clarke Encyclopedia. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Unseen; page numbers unknown.

Clarke, Fred, with Mark Stewart, Kelvin F. Long and Robert Godwin. Arthur C. Clarke: A Life Remembered. Foreword by Gregory Benford. Introduction by Angie Edwards. Burlington, Ontario: Apogee Prime; London: British Interplanetary Society, 2013. 232 pp.

De Paolo, Charles. Human Prehistory in Fiction. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2003. 160 pp.

Hollow, John. Against the Night, the Stars: The Science Fiction of Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1983. 197 pp.

Kilgore, De Witt D. Astrofuturism: Science, Race, and Visions of Utopia in Space. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003. 294 pp.

Kosem, Iztok, and Victor Kennedy. Crossing Borders of Genre, Time and Space: The Collaboration of Arthur C. Clarke, Stanley Kubrick, and Peter Hyams in the Space Odyssey Series: Diplomska Naloga. Trbovlje: Iztok Kosem, 2002.

Leigh, David J. Apocalyptic Patterns in Twentieth-Century Fiction. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2008. 256 pp.

McAleer, Neil. Arthur C. Clarke: The Authorized Biography. Chicago: Contemporary, 1992. 430 pp.

Revised and updated as Sir Arthur C. Clarke: Odyssey of a Visionary: A Biography. New York: Rosetta Books, 2013. eBook.

Miller, Gerald A. Exploring the Limits of the Human through Science Fiction. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2012. 238 pp.

Olander, Joseph D., and Martin Harry Greenberg, editors. Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Taplinger, 1977. 254 pp.

Pintér, Károly. The Anatomy of Utopia: Narration, Estrangement and Ambiguity in More, Wells, Huxley and Clarke. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2010. 232 pp.

Rabkin, Eric S. Arthur C. Clarke. Mercer Island, Washington: Starmont House, 1980. 80 pp.

Reid, Robin Anne. Arthur C. Clarke: A Critical Companion. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1997. 205 pp.

Samuelson, David N. Arthur C. Clarke: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1984. 256 pp.

-----. Visions of Tomorrow: Six Journeys from Outer to Inner Space. New York: Arno, 1975. 429 pp.

Seymore, Sarah. Close Encounters of the Invasive Kind: Imperial History in Selected British Novels of Alien-Encounter Science Fiction after World War II. Berlin: Lit, 2013. 290 pp.

Simkins, Jennifer. The Science Fiction Mythmakers: Religion, Science and Philosophy in Wells, Clarke, Dick and Herbert. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland Publishers, 2016. 190 pp.

Sims, Christopher A. Tech Anxiety: Artificial Intelligence and Ontological Awakening in Four Science Fiction Novels. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2013. 251 pp.

Slusser, George. The Space Odysseys of Arthur C. Clarke. San Bernardino, California: Borgo Press, 1978. 64 pp.

Westfahl, Gary. Cosmic Engineers: A Study of Hard Science Fiction. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1996. 148 pp.

Articles

Abrash, Merritt. "Utopia Subverted: Unstated Messages in Childhood's End." Extrapolation, 30:4 (Winter, 1989), 372-379.

Allen, L. David. "Childhood's End, Arthur C. Clarke, 1953." Science Fiction: An Introduction. Cliff's Notes. Lincoln, Nebraska: Cliff's Notes, 1973, 47-55.

Asimov, Isaac. "Arthur C. Clarke." Asimov on Science Fiction. By Asimov. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1981, 227-229.

Beatie, Bruce A. "Arthur C. Clarke and the Alien Encounter: The Background of Childhood's End." Extrapolation, 30:1 (Spring, 1989), 53-69.

Bernstein, Jeremy. "The Grasshopper and His Space Odyssey: A Scientist Remembers the Celebrated Science Fiction Writer Arthur C. Clarke." American Scholar, 77:3 (Summer, 2008), 154-157.

-----. "Out of the Ego Chamber." The New Yorker, 45:25 (August 9, 1969), 40-53, 44, 46, 51-52, 54-56, 58-65.

-----. "Science and Science Fiction." A Comprehensible World: On Modern Science and Its Origins. New York: Random House, 1967, 205-269.

Billinger, Elizabeth. "After Earth: How Far Away Does the Far Future Have to Be? Estrangement and Cognition in Clarke and Butler." Earth Is But a Star: Excursions Through Science Fiction to the Far Future. Edited by Damien Broderick. Crawley: University of Western Australia Press, 2001, 96-106.

Bjørnvig, Thore. "Transcendence of Gravity: Arthur C. Clarke and the Apocalypse of Weightlessness."Imagining Outer Space: European Astroculture in the Twentieth Century. Edited by Alexander C. T. Geppert. Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 127-148.

Blackford, Russell. "Future Problematic: Reflections on The City and the Stars." Earth Is But a Star: Excursions Through Science Fiction to the Far Future. Edited by Damien Broderick. Crawley: University of Western Australia Press, 2001, 35-46.

-----. "Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke (1973)." The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy: Themes, Works, and Wonders. Volume 3. Edited by Gary Westfahl. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2005, 1223-1225.

-----. "Rendezvous with Utopia: Two Versions of the Future in Rama Novels." Colloquy: Text Theory Critique, No. 14 (December, 2007), 21-29.

-----. "Stranger Than You Think: Arthur C. Clarke's 'Profiles of the Future.'" Prefiguring Cyberculture: An Intellectual History. Edited by Darren Tofts, Annemarie Jonson, and Alessio Cavallaro. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 2002, 252-263.

-----. "Technological Meliorism and the Posthuman Vision: Arthur C. Clarke and the Ultimate Future of Intelligence." New York Review of Science Fiction, No. 159 (November, 2011), 1, 10-12.

Bloom, Harold. "Arthur C. Clarke." Science Fiction Writers of the Golden Age. New York: Chelsea House, 1995, 94-109.

Boylan, Jay H. "Hal in '2001: A Space Odyssey': The Lover Sings His Song." Journal of Popular Culture, 18:4 (Spring, 1985), 53-56.

Broderick, Damien. "The Dark Between the City and the Stars." New York Review of Science Fiction, No. 239 (July, 2008), 1, 8-10.

Candelaria, Matthew. "The Colonial Metropolis in the Work of Asimov and Clarke." Journal of American Culture, 25:3/4 (September, 2002), 427-432.

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