Robert Silverberg bibliography

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List of the published work of Robert Silverberg, American science fiction author.

Writing as "Calvin M. Knox", Silverberg provided "En Route to Earth", the cover story on the August 1957 issue of Science Fiction Quarterly
Silverberg wrote "The Loathsome Beasts", the cover story for the final issue of Super-Science Fiction, under his "Dan Malcolm" pseudonym
Under the "S. M. Tenneshaw" house name, Silverberg and Randall Garrett wrote "The Ultimate Weapon" for Imaginative Tales
Under the "Clyde Mitchell" house name, Silverberg and Randall Garrett wrote "The Mummy Takes a Wife" for Fantastic Stories
Another Silverberg-Garrett collaboration, "Deus Ex Machina", credited to "Robert Randall", took the cover of the November 1956 issue of Science Fiction Quarterly
Silverberg's "The Fight with the Gorgon" took the cover of the October 1958 issue of Super-Science Fiction

Novels[edit]

By publication date except Majipoor (1980 to present)

Majipoor[edit]

Short story collections[edit]

Anthologies edited[edit]

The Science Fiction Hall of Fame[edit]

Alpha[edit]

New Dimensions[edit]

Nebula Award anthologies[edit]

Universe anthologies (with Karen Haber)[edit]

Legends[edit]

Others[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Silverberg, Robert (1960). Treasures beneath the sea. Illustrated by Norman Kenyon. Racine: Whitman. 
  • Black, Edgar (pseud.) (1961). Sir Winston Churchill : the compelling life story of one of the towering figures of the 20th Century. Derby, Conn.: Monarch Books. 
  • Silverberg, Robert (1961). First American into space. Derby, Conn.: Monarch Books. 
  • — (1962). Lost cities and vanished civilizations. Philadelphia: Chilton. 
  • Philosopher of Evil (1962, as Walter Drummond)
  • The Fabulous Rockefellers (1963)
  • Sunken History: The Story of Underwater Archaeology (1963)
  • How to Spend Money (1963, as Walter Drummond)
  • Fifteen Battles That Changed the World (1963)
  • Empires in the Dust: Ancient Civilizations Brought to Light (1963)
  • Home of the Red Man: Indian North America Before Columbus (1963)
  • The History of Surgery (1963, as L. T. Woodward)
  • The Great Doctors (1964)
  • Man Before Adam: The Story of Man in Search of His Origins (1964)
  • Akhnaten: The Rebel Pharaoh (1964)
  • 1066 (1964, as Franklin Hamilton)
  • The Loneliest Continent: The Story of Antarctic Discovery (1964, as Walker Chapman)
  • The Man Who Found Nineveh: The Story of Austen Henry Layard (1964)
  • Great Adventures in Archaeology (1964)
  • Socrates (1965)
  • Scientists And Scoundrels: A Book of Hoaxes (1965)
  • Men Who Mastered the Atom (1965)
  • Niels Bohr: The Man Who Mapped the Atom (1965)
  • The Old Ones: Indians of the American Southwest (1965)
  • The Great Wall of China (1965)
  • The World of Coral (1965)
  • The Crusades (1965, as Franklin Hamilton)
  • Antarctic Conquest: The Great Explorers in Their Own Words (1966, as Walker Chapman)
  • The Long Rampart: The Story of the Great Wall of China (1966)
  • Rivers: A Book to Begin On (1966, as Lee Sebastian)
  • Forgotten by Time: A Book of Living Fossils (1966)
  • Frontiers in Archeology (1966)
  • Kublai Khan: Lord of Xanadu (1966, as Walker Chapman)
  • Leaders Of Labor (1966, as Roy Cook)
  • Bridges (1966)
  • To the Rock of Darius: The Story of Henry Rawlinson (1966)
  • The Hopefuls: Ten Presidential Campaigns (1966, as Lloyd Robinson)
  • The Morning of Mankind: Prehistoric Man in Europe (1967)
  • The Golden Dream: Seekers of El Dorado (1967, as Walker Chapman)
  • The Auk, the Dodo and the Oryx (1967)
  • The World of the Rain Forests (1967)
  • The Dawn of Medicine (1967)
  • The Adventures of Nat Palmer (1967)
  • Challenge for a Throne: The Wars of the Roses (1967, as Franklin Hamilton)
  • Men Against Time: Salvage Archeology in the United States (1967)
  • Light for the World: Edison and the Power Industry (1967)
  • The Search for Eldorado (1967, as Walker Chapman)
  • Sophisticated Sex Techniques in Marriage (1967, as L. T. Woodward)
  • Mound Builders of Ancient America: The Archeology of a Myth (New York Graphic Society, 1968); reprint (Ohio University Press, 1986) – Silverberg's fourth-most widely held work in WorldCat libraries
  • The World of the Ocean Depths (1968)
  • The Stolen Election: Hayes vs. Tilden, 1876 (1968, as Lloyd Robinson)
  • Four Men Who Changed the Universe (1968)
  • Sam Houston (1968, as Paul Hollander)
  • The South Pole: A Book to Begin On (1968, as Lee Sebastian)
  • Stormy Voyager (1968)
  • Ghost Towns of the American West (1968)
  • Vanishing Giants: The Story of the Sequoias (1969)
  • Wonders of Ancient Chinese Science (1969)
  • The Challenge of Climate: Man and His Environment (1969)
  • Bruce of the Blue Nile (1969)
  • The World of Space (1969)
  • If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem (1970)
  • The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (1970)
  • Mammoths, Mastodons and Man (1970)
  • The Mound Builders (1970)
  • The Pueblo Revolt (1970)
  • Clocks for the Ages: How Scientists Date the Past (1971)
  • To The Western Shore: Growth of the United States 1776–1853 (1971)
  • Before The Sphinx: Early Egypt (1971)
  • Into Space: A Young Person's Guide to Space (1971, with Arthur C. Clarke)
  • The Realm of Prester John (1972)
  • The Longest Voyage: Circumnavigation in the Age Of Discovery (1972)
  • John Muir, Prophet Among the Glaciers (1972)
  • The World Within the Ocean Wave (1972)
  • The World Within the Tide Pool (1972)
  • Drug Themes in Science Fiction (1974)
  • Reflections and Refractions: Thoughts on Science Fiction, Science and Other Matters (1997)
Reflections columns in Asimov's Science Fiction

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Bibliography: Blood on the Mink". Retrieved 2015-01-03. 
  2. ^ "1967 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  3. ^ a b "1968 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  4. ^ a b "1971 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  5. ^ "1969 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  6. ^ a b "1970 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  7. ^ a b c d "1972 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  8. ^ a b "1973 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  9. ^ "1975 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  10. ^ a b "1976 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  11. ^ "1977 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  12. ^ Robert Silverberg bibliography at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database (ISFDB). Retrieved 2013-03-26. Select a title to see its linked publication history and general information. Select a particular edition (title) for more data at that level, such as a front cover image or linked contents.
  13. ^ "1999 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  14. ^ "1981 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2011-10-13. 
  15. ^ TERRESTRES E ESTRANHOS / COORD. E NOT. DE ROBERT SILVERBERG E LIMA RODRIGUES ; TRAD. EDUARDO SALÓ, Portuguese National Library catalogue
  16. ^ Terrestres e Estranhos (Junho 1968), Álvaro de Sousa Holstein, blog Memórias da Ficção Científica, 17th March, 2010