Larry Niven bibliography

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This is a complete bibliography by American science fiction author Larry Niven.

Bibliography[edit]

Tales of Known Space[edit]

Ringworld

  1. Ringworld (1970)—Nebula Award, 1970[2] Hugo and Locus SF Awards winner, 1971[3]
  2. The Ringworld Engineers (1979)—Hugo and Locus SF Awards nominee, 1981[4]
  3. The Ringworld Throne (1996)
  4. Ringworld's Children (2004)

Worlds series (with Edward M. Lerner)

  1. Fleet of Worlds (2007)
  2. Juggler of Worlds (2008)
  3. Destroyer of Worlds (2009)
  4. Betrayer of Worlds (2010)
  5. Fate of Worlds (2012)—Also serves as conclusion to Ringworld series

Man-Kzin Wars

  • Man-Kzin anthologies
  1. The Man-Kzin Wars (1988)
  2. Man-Kzin Wars II (1989)
  3. Man-Kzin Wars III (1990)
  4. Man-Kzin Wars IV (1991)
  5. Man-Kzin Wars V (1992)
  6. Man-Kzin Wars VI (1994)
  7. Man-Kzin Wars VII (1995)
  8. Man-Kzin Wars VIII: Choosing Names (1998)
  9. Man-Kzin Wars IX (2002)
  10. Man-Kzin Wars X: The Wunder War (2003)
  11. Man-Kzin Wars XI (2005)
  12. Man-Kzin Wars XII (2009)
  13. Man-Kzin Wars XIII (2012)
  14. Man-Kzin Wars XIV (2013)
  15. Man-Kzin Wars XV (2019)
  • Man-Kzin novels
  1. Cathouse: A Novel of the Man Kzin-Wars (1990, with Dean Ing)
    • Cathouse compiles two stories from the first two "Man-Kzin Wars" books and contains no new material.
  2. The Children's Hour: A Novel of the Man-Kzin Wars (1991, with Jerry Pournelle and S. M. Stirling)
    • The Children's Hour contains some material previously published in "Man-Kzin Wars" volumes II and III.
  3. Inconstant Star (1991, with Poul Anderson)
    • Inconstant Star compiles two stories from "Man-Kzin Wars" volumes I and III and contains no new material.
  4. A Darker Geometry (1996, with Mark O. Martin and Gregory Benford)
    • A Darker Geometry contains some material previously published in "Man-Kzin Wars" volume VII.
  5. The Houses of the Kzinti (2002, with Dean Ing, Jerry Pournelle, S. M. Stirling)
    • Houses of the Kzinti is a compiled edition of the previously-published Cathouse and The Children's Hour and contains no new material.
  6. Destiny's Forge: A Man-Kzin Wars Novel (2007, with Paul Chafe)

Heorot[edit]

  1. The Legacy of Heorot (1987) (with Steven Barnes and Jerry Pournelle)
  2. Beowulf's Children (1995, UK: The Dragons of Heorot) (with Barnes and Pournelle)
  3. The Secret of Black Ship Island (2012) (novella; with Steven Barnes and Jerry Pournelle)
  4. Destiny's Road (1997) (by Niven alone; not precisely a continuation of the Heorot series: located in the same universe, events from the first two novels are briefly mentioned)
  5. Starborn & Godsons (2020) (with Barnes and Pournelle)

with Jerry Pournelle[edit]

Dante series

  1. Inferno (1976)—Hugo and Nebula Awards nominee, 1976[10]
  2. Escape from Hell (2009)

Moties—part of Pournelle's CoDominium fictional universe

  1. The Mote in God's Eye (1974)—Hugo, Nebula and Locus SF Awards nominee, 1975[11]
  2. The Gripping Hand (1993, UK: The Moat Around Murcheson's Eye)

Golden Road (set in the same "Magic Universe" as The Magic Goes Away)

  1. The Burning City (2000)
  2. Burning Tower (2005)
  3. Burning Mountain (in progress)

with Steven Barnes[edit]

Dream Park

  1. Dream Park (1981)—Locus SF Award nominee, 1982[12]
  2. The Barsoom Project (1989)
  3. The California Voodoo Game (1992, UK: The Voodoo Game)
  4. The Moon Maze Game (2011)

The State[edit]

  1. A World Out of Time (1976)—Locus SF Award nominee, 1977[13]
  2. The Integral Trees (1984)—Nebula Award nominee, 1984;[14] Locus SF Award winner, and Hugo nominee, 1985[15]
  3. The Smoke Ring (1987)

Magic Goes Away[edit]

  1. Not Long before the End (1969)
  2. What Good Is a Glass Dagger? (1972)
  3. The Magic Goes Away (1978)
  4. The Magic May Return (1981)
  5. More Magic (1984)
  6. The Time of the Warlock (1984)

with Gregory Benford[edit]

Bowl of Heaven

Other novels[edit]

Other collections[edit]

Graphic novels and comics adaptations[edit]

  • "Not Long before the End" was adapted by Doug Moench and Vicente Alcazar (May 1975), and "All the Myriad Ways" by writer-artist Howard Chaykin (Sep 1975), both for Marvel Comics' black-and-white anthology magazine Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction.
  • The Magic Goes Away, graphic novel by Paul Kupperberg (writer) and Jan Duursema (artist), DC Comics (1986)
  • A.R.M. (1990, Malibu Comics), adaptation of Death by Ecstasy
  • Death by Ecstasy: Illustrated Adaptation of the Larry Niven Novella (1991)
  • Green Lantern: Ganthet's Tale (1992, DC Comics, ISBN 1-56389-026-7) (with John Byrne)
  • Ringworld: The Graphic Novel (2014, Tor), adapted by Robert Mandell and drawn by Sean Lam
  • Ringworld: The Graphic Novel, Part Two (2015, Tor), adapted by Robert Mandell and drawn by Sean Lam

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1974 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  2. ^ "1970 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  3. ^ "1971 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  4. ^ "1981 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  5. ^ "1978 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  6. ^ "1986 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  7. ^ TWiTTriangulation (6 February 2013). "Triangulation 90: Jerry Pournelle". Youtube.com. PODcast Interview with Jerry Pournelle
  8. ^ Jerry Pournelle (26 October 2011). "A good day; Iron Law and NASA". Chaos Manor.
  9. ^ "Chat Log: January 7th, 2012". Larry Niven. 7 January 2012.
  10. ^ "1976 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  11. ^ "1975 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  12. ^ "1982 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  13. ^ "1977 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  14. ^ "1984 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.
  15. ^ "1985 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved September 27, 2011.