Redemolished is a collection of short stories, interviews, and other articles and essays by science fiction author Alfred Bester. Published in 2000 (thirteen years after Bester's death) by iBooks, inc, ISBN 0-7434-8679-X, edited by Richard Raucci.
Redemolished contains the short stories:
- "The Probable Man"
- "Hell is Forever"
- "The Push of a Finger"
- "The Roller Coaster"
- "The Lost Child"
- "I'll Never Celebrate New Year's Again"
- "Out of This World"
- "The Animal Fair"
- "Something Up There Likes Me"
- "The Four-Hour Fugue"
It also contains three fictional articles published in Holiday Magazine:
and four essays:
- "Science Fiction and the Renaissance Man", originally delivered as a lecture at the University of Chicago in 1957. The other lecturers included Cyril Kornbluth, Robert A. Heinlein, and Robert Bloch.
- "A Diatribe Against Science Fiction"
- "The Perfect Composite Science Fiction Author"
- "My Affair with Science Fiction"
Also included are interviews with John Huston and Rex Stout, a conversation with Woody Allen, brief articles on Isaac Asimov and Robert A. Heinlein, two deleted prologues and an analysis of The Demolished Man, and a memoriam for Bester written by Isaac Asimov, with an introduction by Gregory S. Benford.