Acknowledgements for the <BR><a href="heinlein.html">Illustrated List of Heinlein Fiction</a>

The Fiction of Robert A. Heinlein (Acknowledgements)

The Complete Heinlein

Here's what you'll need to read all of Heinlein's short fiction:

  • The Past Through Tomorrow (1967)
  • The Fantasies of Robert A. Heinlein (1999)
  • Off the Main Sequence (2005)
  • Expanded Universe (1980)
    (for a few non-sf stories)
  • Requiem and Tributes to the Grand Master (1992)
    (for a few non-sf stories)
And the novels:
  • --For Us, the Living-- (1937)
    (posthumous publication in 2003)
  • Sixth Column(1941)
    (aka The Day after Tomorrow)
  • Beyond This Horizon (1942)
  • Rocket Ship Galileo (1947)
  • Space Cadet (1948)
  • Red Planet (1949)
  • Farmer in the Sky (1950)
  • Between Planets (1951)
  • The Puppet Masters (1951)
  • The Rolling Stones (1952)
    (aka Tramp Space Ship)
    (aka Space Family Stone)
  • Starman Jones (1953)
  • The Star Beast (1954)
    (aka Star Lummox)
  • Tunnel in the Sky (1955)
  • Variable Star (1955)
    (by Spider Robinson in 2006 from Heinlein's outline)
  • Double Star (1956)
  • Time for the Stars (1956)
  • The Door into Summer (1956)
  • Citizen of the Galaxy (1957)
  • Have Space Suit, Will Travel (1958)
  • Starship Troopers (1959)
    (aka Starship Soldier)
  • Stranger in a Strange Land (1961)
  • Podkayne of Mars (1962)
  • Glory Road (1963)
  • Farnham's Freehold (1964)
  • The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress (1965)
  • I Will Fear No Evil (1970)
  • Time Enough for Love (1973)
  • The Number of the Beast (1979)
  • Friday (1982)
  • Job: A Comedy of Justice (1984)
  • The Cat Who Walks Through Walls (1985)
  • To Sail Beyond the Sunset (1987)
Midshipman Heinlein
From the 1929 Naval Academy annual

I collected many of the images in the Illustrated List of Heinlein Fiction prior to August 2007 from sources such as ebay and amazon. Since then, I've tried to keep track of those who have sent images and information as well as other sites where I've collected that information. Here are my grateful acknowledgements since that time:

The original publication information comes mostly from Grumbles from the Grave (edited by Virginia Heinlein). James Gifford has a complete list (including non-fiction) with many details on revisions, curiosities and anomalies. I greatly enjoyed his book Robert A. Heinlein: A Reader's Companion. Other sources:

And many individuals including:

New corrections and additions are always welcome! Michael Main