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Kurt Vonnegut bibliography
Releases
Novels 14
Articles 81
Stories 123
Collections 16
Poems 1
Plays 7
Interviews 2
Other works 3
References and footnotes

The bibliography of Kurt Vonnegut (1922–2007) includes essays, books, and fiction written by the Indianapolis-born author. Vonnegut began his literary career with science fiction short stories and novels, but abandoned the genre to focus on political writings and painting in his later life.

Novels[edit]

Title Date Notes
Player Piano August 1952 Published as Utopia 14 in 1954, published again as Player Piano in 1966
The Sirens of Titan October 31, 1959 Hugo Award-nominated
Mother Night 1961 Adapted as a film in 1996
Cat's Cradle April 1963
God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, or Pearls Before Swine January 1965 Later adapted with book and lyrics by Howard Ashman and music by Alan Menken; additional lyrics by Dennis Green
Slaughterhouse-Five, or The Children's Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death March 1969 Nominated for Nebula and Hugo Awards, adapted as a film in 1972
Breakfast of Champions, or Goodbye Blue Monday July 1973 Adapted as a film in 1999
Slapstick, or Lonesome No More! October 1976 Adapted as a film in 1984
Jailbird September 1979
Deadeye Dick October 1982
Galápagos: A Novel October 1985
Bluebeard, the Autobiography of Rabo Karabekian (1916–1988) October 1987
Hocus Pocus September 1990
Timequake September 22, 1997

Collections[edit]

Title Date Notes
Canary in a Cathouse September 1961 Short stories
Welcome to the Monkey House August 1968 Short stories; contains all but one story from Canary in a Cathouse
Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons (Opinions) 1974 Essays and assorted works
Palm Sunday: An Autobiographical Collage 1981 Short stories, essays, and assorted works
Nothing Is Lost Save Honor: Two Essays December 1984 Limited edition of two essays
Fates Worse Than Death: An Autobiographical Collage September 5, 1991 Essays and assorted works
Bagombo Snuff Box: Uncollected Short Fiction August 1999 Short stories
God Bless You, Dr. Kevorkian October 1999 Fictional interviews originally presented as radio monologues
A Man Without a Country September 15, 2005 Essays
Armageddon in Retrospect and Other New and Unpublished Writings on War and Peace April 1, 2008 Short stories and essays
Look at the Birdie: Unpublished Short Fiction October 20, 2009 Short stories
While Mortals Sleep: Unpublished Short Fiction January 25, 2011 Short stories
Kurt Vonnegut: The Cornell Sun Years 1941–1943 April 23, 2012 Collection of his writings as editor of his college newspaper. Available as Amazon eBook
We Are What We Pretend to Be: The First and Last Works October 9, 2012
Sucker's Portfolio: A Collection of Previously Unpublished Writing March 12, 2013 A collection of previously unpublished works.
If This Isn't Nice, What Is?: Advice to the Young April 30, 2013 Commencement speeches

Plays[edit]

Title Date Notes
Penelope 1960 Later revised as Happy Birthday, Wanda June and reprinted in 1970. Adapted as a film in 1971
The Very First Christmas Morning December 14, 1962 Published in Better Homes and Gardens
Fortitude September 1968 One act, published in Playboy; collected in Human-Machines: An Anthology of Stories About Cyborgs, New York: Vintage, 1975. Adapted in episode five of the television series Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House
Requiem 1987 With music by Edgar David Grana
Make Up Your Mind 1993
Miss Temptation 1993 Adapted by David Cooperman
L'Histoire du Soldat 1993 A reworked libretto that Vonnegut made into a tale about World War II Private Eddie Slovik, the first soldier in the United States military to be executed for desertion since the Civil War.

Short stories[edit]

Title Date Notes
"$10,000 a Year, Easy" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"2BR02B" January 1962 Published in Worlds of If, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Adam" April 1954 Published in Cosmopolitan, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House
"All the King's Horses" February 10, 1951 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House, adapted in episode three of the television series Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House
"Ambitious Sophomore" May 1, 1954 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Any Reasonable Offer" January 19, 1952 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Armageddon in Retrospect" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Bagombo Snuff Box" October 1954 Published in Cosmopolitan, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Basic Training" March 22, 2012 Published as a Kindle Single by Rosetta Books, originally written in the 1940s and submitted to McCalls and The Saturday Evening Post
"The Big Space Fuck" May 1972 Published in Again, Dangerous Visions, collected in Palm Sunday
"The Big Trip Up Yonder" January 1954 Published in Galaxy Science Fiction, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House with the title "Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow"
"Bomar" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"The Boy Who Hated Girls" March 31, 1956 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Brighten Up" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"The Commandant's Desk" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Confido" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"The Cruise of Jolly Roger" April 1953 Published in Cape Cod Compass, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Custom-Made Bride" March 27, 1954 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"D.P." August 1953 Published in Ladies Home Journal, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House, adapted as the television film Displaced Person
"Deer in the Works" April 1955 Published in Esquire, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House
"Ed Luby's Key Club" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"EPICAC" November 25, 1950 Published in Collier's Magazine, revised and collected in Welcome to the Monkey House, adapted in episode four of the television series Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House
"The Epizootic" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"The Euphio Question" May 12, 1951 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House, adapted in episode two of the television series Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House
"F U B A R" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"Find Me a Dream" February 1961 Published in Cosmopolitan, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"The Foster Portfolio" September 8, 1951 Published in Collier's Magazine, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House, adapted in episode seven of the television series Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House
"Girl Pool" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"Go Back to Your Precious Wife and Son" July 1962 Published in Ladies Home Journal, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House
"The Good Explainer" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"Great Day" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Guns Before Butter" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"The Guardian of the Person" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"Hal Irwin's Magic Lamp" June 1957 Collected in Canary in a Cat House, revised and published again in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Hall of Mirrors" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"Happy Birthday, 1951" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Harrison Bergeron" October 5, 1961 Published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House, adapted as a television film in 1995; a short film in 2006; and a second short film entitled 2081 in 2009
"Hello, Red" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"Hole Beautiful: Prospectus for a Magazine of Shelteredness" January 1962 Published in Monocle, with Karla Kuskin
"The Honor of a Newsboy" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"The Humbugs" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"Hundred-Dollar Kisses" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"The Hyannis Port Story" 1968 Collected in Welcome to the Monkey House, originally intended for publication in The Saturday Evening Post in 1963, but canceled after the John F. Kennedy assassination
"Jenny" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"Just You and Me, Sammy" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"The Kid Nobody Could Handle" September 24, 1955 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House
"King and Queen of the Universe" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"The Lie" February 24, 1962 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House
"Little Drops of Water" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"Long Walk to Forever" August 1960 Published in Ladies Home Journal, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House
"Look at the Birdie" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"Lovers Anonymous" October 1963 Published in Redbook, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"The Man Without No Kiddleys" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"The Manned Missiles" July 1958 Published in Cosmopolitan, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House
"Merlin" 1997 Serialized on bottles of Denver Public Libation Ale, made by Wynkoop Brewing Company
"Miss Temptation" April 21, 1956 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House
"Mnemonics" April 28, 1951 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Money Talks" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"More Stately Mansions" December 22, 1951 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House, adapted in episode six of the television series Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House
"Mr. Z" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"My Name Is Everyone" December 16, 1961 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House as "Who Am I This Time?", adapted as a film in 1983 and a radio drama in 2008
"Next Door" April 1955 Published in Cosmopolitan, adapted in 1975 for a short film titled Next Door, and, in 1991, adapted in the first episode of the television series Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House
"The Nice Little People" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"A Night for Love" November 23, 1957 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"The No-Talent Kid" October 25, 1952 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Out, Brief Candle" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"The Package" July 26, 1952 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Petrified Ants" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"Poor Little Rich Town" October 25, 1952 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"The Powder-Blue Dragon" November 1954 Published in Cosmopolitan, revised and collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"A Present for Big Nick" December 1954 Published in Argosy, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box with the title "A Present for Big Saint Nick"
"Report on the Barnhouse Effect" February 11, 1950 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House
"Runaways" April 15, 1961 Published in The Saturday Evening Post
"Ruth" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"Shout About It from the Housetops" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"A Song for Selma" October 20, 2009 Published in Look at the Birdie
"Souvenir" December 1952 Published in Argosy, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Spoils" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Tango" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"Thanasphere" September 2, 1950 Published in Collier's Weekly, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"This Son of Mine..." August 18, 1956 Published in The Saturday Evening Post, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Tom Edison's Shaggy Dog" March 14, 1953 Collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House
"The Unicorn Trap" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Unknown Soldier" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Unpaid Consultant" March 1955 Published in Cosmopolitan, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Unready to Wear" April 1953 Published in Galaxy Science Fiction, collected in Canary in a Cat House and Welcome to the Monkey House
"Wailing Shall Be in All Streets" April 1, 2008 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Welcome to the Monkey House" January 1968 Published in Playboy, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House
"While Mortals Sleep" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep
"With His Hand on the Throttle" January 25, 2011 Published in While Mortals Sleep

Articles[edit]

Title Date Notes
About This Play 1975 Introduction to Happy Birthday, Wanda June
Address to P.E.N. Conference in Stockholm, 1973 1973 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"As a Kid I Was the Youngest" Published in Man Without a Country
"America: Right and Wrong" September 12, 1992 Published in The Montreal Gazette
"American Christmas Card 2004" December 23, 2004 Published in In These Times
"Der Arme Dolmetscher" (English: "The Poor Interpreters") July 1955 Published in The Atlantic Monthly, collected in Bagombo Snuff Box
Author's Note to Bluebeard October 1987
Author's Note to Man Without a Country September 22, 2005
"Avoiding the Big Bang" June 13, 1982 Published in The New York Times
"Bernard Vonnegut: The Rainmaker" January 4, 1998 Obituary for his brother, published in The New York Times
"The Best of Bob and Ray" Book introduction published in Palm Sunday
"Biafra: A People Betrayed" 1970 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Books into Ashes" February 7, 1982 Published in The New York Times
"Brief Encounters on the Island Waterway" 1966 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"...But Words Can Never Hurt Me" 1973 Address at Rededication of Whaton College Library, 1973 published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Can Great Books Make Good Movies? 7 Writers Just Say No!" 1987 Published in American Film
"The Chemistry Professor" Treatment for a musical comedy based on Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, published in Palm Sunday
"Coda to My Career as a Writer for Periodicals" August 1999 Published in Bagombo Snuff Box
"Cold Turkey" May 10, 2004 Published in In These Times
"Dear Felix" Letter published in Palm Sunday
"Dear Mr. McCarthy" Letter published in Palm Sunday
"Dear Mr. Vonnegut" February 28, 2003 Published in In These Times
"Dear Mr. Vonnegut" March 24, 2003 Published in In These Times
"Dear Mr. Vonnegut" April 14, 2003 Published in In These Times
"Do Unto Others" Published in Man Without a Country
"Do You Know What a Humanist Is?" Published in Man Without a Country
"Do You Know What a Twerp Is?" Published in Man Without a Country
"Don't Take It Too Seriously" March 20, 1966 Review of Prize Stories 1966: The O. Henry Awards, edited by Richard Poirier and William Abrahams, published in The New York Times Book Review
"A Dream of the Future (Not Excluding Lobsters)" 1985 Published in Esquire
"Dresden Revisited" Introduction to an edition of Slaughterhouse-Five, published in Palm Sunday
"The End Is Near" October 29, 2004 Published in In These Times
"Everything Goes Like Clockwork" June 13, 1965 Review of Once a Greek... by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, published in The New York Times Book Review
"Excelsior! We're Going to the Moon! Excelsior!" 1969 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"The Fall of a Climber" September 25, 1966 Review of Any God Will Do by Richard Condon, published in The New York Times Book Review
"False Advertising" March 24, 2004 Published in In These Times
"Fates Worse Than Death" December 1984 Lecture at St. John the Divine, New York City, May 23, 1982, published in Nothing Is Lost Save Honor
"Fear and Loathing in Morristown, NJ" Speech published in Palm Sunday
Foreword to A Saucer of Loneliness October 10, 2000 Published in A Saucer of Loneliness, Volume VII: The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon
Foreword to At Millennium's End: New Essays on the Work of Kurt Vonnegut April 2001
Foreword to Player Piano 1952
Foreword to The Vonnegut Encyclopedia: An Authorized Compendium 1996
"God's Law" Speech published in Palm Sunday
"Good Missiles, Good Manners, Good Night" 1969 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Have I Got a Car for You!" November 24, 2004 Published in In These Times
"He Leadeth Us from Porn: God Bless You, Edwin Meese" 1986 Published in The Nation
"Hello, Star Vega" 1965 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Here Is a Lesson in Creative Writing" Published in Man Without a Country
"How Jokes Work" Commencement address published in Palm Sunday
"How to Write with Style" Essay published in Palm Sunday
"Headshrinker's Hoyle on Games We Play" June 11, 1965 Review of Games People Play by Eric Berne, published in Life
"I Am Embarrassed" Speech published in Palm Sunday
"I Have Been Called a Luddite" Published in Man Without a Country
"I Love You, Madame Librarian" August 6, 2004 Published in In These Times
"I Turned Eighty-Two on November 11" Published in Man Without a Country
"I Used to Be the Owner and Manager of an Automobile Dealership" Published in Man Without a Country
"I'm Going to Tell You Some News" Published in Man Without a Country
"In a Manner That Must Shame God Himself" 1972 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Infarcted! Tabescent!" June 27, 1965 Review of The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby by Tom Wolfe, published in The New York Times Book Review
Introduction to Bagombo Snuff Box August 1999
Introduction to Palm Sunday 1981
Introduction to The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester 1986 Edition published by The Easton Press
Introduction to The Sirens of Titan 1990 Edition published by The Easton Press
"Invite Rita Rait to America!" 1973 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"James T. Farrell" Funerary speech published in Palm Sunday
"Jonathan Swift" Rejected introduction to an edition of Swift's Gulliver's Travels, published in Palm Sunday
"Knowing What's Nice" November 6, 2003 Published in In These Times
Kurt Vonnegut at Clowes Hall, Indianapolis, April 27, 2007 April 27, 2007 Speech, published in Armageddon in Retrospect
"Last Words for a Century" January 1999 Published in Playboy
"The Latest Word" October 30, 1966 Review of The Random House Dictionary, published in The New York Times Book Review, collected in Wampeters, Foma and Granfaloons as "New Dictionary"
"Lavina Lyon" Funerary speech published in Palm Sunday
Letter November 1975 Letter published in Science Fiction Review
Letter from Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., to Walter Miller, 1951 1951 Letter published in Look at the Birdie
Letter from PFC Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., to His Family, May 29, 1945 May 29, 1945 Published in Armageddon in Retrospect
Letter to Ute Helena Bertram von Nimcz first version 1989, revised version 2009 Letter published in Die Rolle des Religiösen in den Romanen von Kurt Vonnegut (English: The Role of Religion in the Novels of Kurt Vonnegut, ISBN 3-89406-106-5 / ISBN 978-3-00-027565-4) by Helena Bertram Countess von Nimcz zu Caldaha M.A.
Letter: Vonnegut on Trout April 1975 Published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
"Louis-Ferdinand Céline" Introduction to a paperback compilation of Céline's final three novels, published in Palm Sunday
"Mark Twain" Speech published in Palm Sunday
"Money Talks to the New Man" October 2, 1966 Review of The Boss by Goffredo Parise, published in The New York Times Book Review
"The Mysterious Madame Blavatsky" 1970 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"The Noodle Factory" Speech published in Palm Sunday
"Now Then, I Have Some Good News" Published in Man Without a Country
"Okay, Now Let's Have Some Fun" Published in Man Without a Country
"Old Fashioned Gadgets" November 30, 1998 Published in Forbes
"One Hell of a Country" February 21, 1992 Published in The Guardian
"Oversexed in Indianapolis" 1970 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Palm Sunday" Sermon published in Palm Sunday
"Physicist, Purge Thyself" 1969 Address to the American Physical Society, published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
Playboy interview Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"A Political Disease" 1973 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
Preface to Dead-Eye Dick October 1982
Preface to Fates Worse Than Death September 5, 1991
Preface to Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons 1974
Preface to Welcome to the Monkey House August 1968
Prologue to Jailbird September 1979
Prologue to Timequake September 22, 1997
"Reflections on My Own Death" 1971 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Requiem" Published in Man Without a Country
"Requiem: The Hocus Pocus Laundromat" 1986 Published in North American Review
"Requiem for a Dreamer" October 5, 2004 Published in In These Times
"The Rocky Graziano of American Letters" Speech published in Palm Sunday
"A Sappy Woman from Ypsilanti" Published in Man Without a Country
"Science Fiction" September 5, 1965 Published in The New York Times Book Review, collected in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Second Thoughts on Teacher's Scrapbook" September 3, 1965 Review of Up the Down Staircase by Bel Kaufman, published in Life
Self-interview Published in The Paris Review, collected in Palm Sunday
Something Happened by Joseph Heller Book review published in Palm Sunday
"State of the Asylum" February 5, 2004 Published in In These Times
"Strange Weather Lately" May 9, 2003 Published in In These Times
"Susan Sontag and Arthur Miller" March 3, 2005 Published in In These Times
"Teaching the Unteachable" 1967 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"There's a Maniac on the Loose Out There" 1969 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Thinking Unthinkable, Speaking Unspeakable" 1973 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Thoughts of a Free Thinker" Commencement address published in Palm Sunday
"Torture and Blubber" 1971 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Un-American Nonsense" Essay published in Palm Sunday
"The Unsaid Says Much" September 12, 1965 Review of Absent Without Leave by Heinrich Böll, published in The New York Times Book Review
"Up Is Better Than Down" 1970 Address to the Graduating Class at Bennington College, 1970 published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"What I Like About Cornell" Speech published in Palm Sunday
"What Women Really Want Is..." 1972 Address to the National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1971 published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"When I Lost My Innocence" Essay published in Palm Sunday
"Who in America Is Truly Happy?" Essay published in Palm Sunday
"Why My Dog Is Not a Humanist" 1992 Published in The Humanist
"Why They Read Hesse" 1970 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"Why We Need Libraries" 1994 Published in Utne Reader
"William Ellery Channing" Speech published in Palm Sunday
"The Work to Be Done" May 28, 1998 Published in Rolling Stone
"The Worst Addiction of Them All" 1984 Published in Nothing Is Lost Save Honor
"Yes, We Have No Nirvanas" 1968 Published in Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons
"You've Never Been to Barnstable?" October 1964 Published in Venture-Traveler's World, collected in Welcome to the Monkey House with the title "Where I Live"
"Your Guess Is as Good as Mine" December 12, 2005 Published in In These Times

Interviews[edit]

Title Date Notes
Like Shaking Hands with God: A Conversation About Writing 1999 A conversation between Kurt Vonnegut and Lee Stringer, moderated by Ross Klavan
"Kurt Vonnegut Vs. the !&#*!@" January 27, 2003 Interview with Joel Bleifuss published in In These Times

Other works[edit]

Title Date Notes
"Carols for Christmas 1969: Tonight If I Will Let Me" December 21, 1969 Poem published in The New York Times Magazine
Between Time and Timbuktu or, Prometheus-5: A Space Fantasy October 1972 Written for the National Educational Television Network and based on materials by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
Sun Moon Star September 1980 Children's book illustrated by Ivan Chermayeff

Library of America Collection[edit]

Title Date Notes
Novels & Stories 1950–1962 April 26, 2012 Player Piano - The Sirens of Titan - Mother Night - Stories (Report on the Barnhouse Effect - EPICAC - Unready to Wear - Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow - Harrison Bergeron - 2BR02B) - Appendix (Science Fiction - Introduction to "Bagombo Snuff Box"), ed. Sidney Offit
Novels & Stories 1963–1973 June 2, 2011 Cat's Cradle - God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater - Slaughterhouse-Five - Breakfast of Champions - Stories (Welcome to the Monkey House - Fortitude - The Big Space Fuck) - Appendix (Address to the American Physical Society, New York City, February 5, 1969 - Letter from PFC Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., to his family, May 29, 1945 - Wailing Shall Be in All Streets - A Special Message to readers of the Franklin Library's limited edition of "Slaughterhouse-Five" - Preface to the twenty-fifth-anniversary edition of "Slaughterhouse-Five"), ed. Sidney Offit
Novels 1976-1985 May 1, 2014 Slapstick - Jailbird - Deadeye Dick - Galápagos - Appendix (A Special Message to readers of the Franklin Library's signed first edition of "Slapstick" - Address to the American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, October 5, 1988 - A Special Message to readers of the Franklin Library's signed first edition of "Jailbird" - Four excerpts from "Fates Worse Than Death: An Autobiographical Collage of 1980s" - Lecture at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, May 23, 1982 - A Special Message to readers of the Franklin Library's signed first edition of "Galápagos"), ed. Sidney Offit

References[edit]

  • Pieratt, Jr., Asa B.; Huffman-Klinkowitz, Julie & Klinkowitz, Jerome (July 1987), Kurt Vonnegut: A Comprehensive Bibliography (Hardback) (1st ed.), Archon Books, ISBN 0-208-02071-3 

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