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James P. Hogan

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Bibliography

Novels

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The Two Faces of Tomorrow (1979)
by James P. Hogan
Paperback(ISBN 978-1-59307-563-7) – June 1979

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Thrice Upon a Time (1980)
by James P. Hogan
Paperback(ISBN 978-0-345-32386-6) – March 1980

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Voyage from Yesteryear (1982)
by James P. Hogan
Paperback, Audio(ISBN 978-0-671-57798-8) – July 1982

Short stories

  • "Assassin" (May 1978, Stellar #4, recollected in Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Silver Shoes for a Princess" (October 1979, Destinies, October-December 1979, collected in Minds, Machines & Evolution and reworked as the first section of Star Child)
  • "The Sword of Damocles" (May 1980, Stellar #5, an adapted version appears in Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions)
  • "Neander-Tale" (December 1980, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, collected in Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Till Death Us Do Part" (January 1981, Stellar #6, collected in Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Making Light" (August 1981, Stellar #7, collected in Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Identity Crisis" (August 1981, Stellar #7, collected in Rockets, Redheads & Revolution)
  • "The Pacifist" (June 1988, Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Code of the Lifemaker: Prologue" (June 1988, Minds, Machines & Evolution (the first segment of the novel of the same name))
  • "Merry Gravmas" (June 1988, Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Generation Gap" (June 1988, Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Rules Within Rules" (June 1988, Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "The Absolutely Foolproof Alibi" (June 1988, Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Down to Earth" (June 1988, Minds, Machines & Evolution)
  • "Leapfrog" (August 1989, Alternate Empires, collected in Rockets, Redheads & Revolution)
  • "Last Ditch" (December 1992, Analog Science Fiction and Fact, collected in Rockets, Redheads & Revolution)
  • "Out of Time" (December 1993, chapbook (ISBN 978-0-553-29971-7), collected in Rockets, Redheads & Revolution)
  • "Zap Thy Neighbor" (September 1995, How to Save the World, collected in Rockets, Redheads & Revolution)
  • "Madam Butterfly" (July 1997, Free Space, collected in Rockets, Redheads & Revolution)
  • "Silver Gods from the Sky" (June 1998, Star Child (second part))
  • "Three Domes and a Tower" (June 1998, Star Child (third part))
  • "The Stillness Among the Stars" (June 1998, Star Child (fourth part))
  • "His Own Worst Enemy" (October 2001, Martian Knightlife (a Kieran Thane story))
  • "The Kahl of Tadzhikstan" (October 2001, Martian Knightlife (a Kieran Thane story))
  • "Convolution" (October 2001, Past Imperfect, collected in Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions)
  • "Take Two" (December 2001, Silicon Dreams, collected in Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions)
  • "Jailhouse Rock" (June 2004, Cosmic Tales: Adventures in Sol System (a Kieran Thane story))
  • "The Colonizing of Tharle" (July 2004, Visions of Liberty)
  • "The Tree of Dreams" (February 2005, Cosmic Tales II: Adventures in Far Futures, collected in Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions)
  • "The Falcon" (June 2005, Apex Science Fiction and Horror Digest, Summer 2005, collected in Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions)
  • "Decontamination Squad" (July 2005, Challenger #22, collected in Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions)
  • "The Guardians" (December 2005, Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions)
  • "Murphy's War" (August 2007, Jim Baen's Universe)
  • "Escape" (February 2008, Transhuman)

Short story collections and fixups

  • Minds, Machines & Evolution (ISBN 978-0-553-27288-8) – June 1988 (Bantam Spectra, republished by Baen, December 1999, short stories and essays)
  • Star Child (ISBN 978-0-671-87878-8) – June 1998 (expansion of "Silver Shoes for a Princess" to a four-story cycle: "Silver Shoes for a Princess", "Silver Gods from the Sky", "Three Domes and a Tower" and "The Stillness Among the Stars")
  • Rockets, Redheads & Revolution (ISBN 0-671-57807-3) – April 1999 (Baen, short stories and essays)
  • Martian Knightlife (ISBN 978-0-7434-3591-8) – October 2001 (two novellas, "His Own Worst Enemy" and "The Kahl of Tadzhikstan", both featuring the Simon Templar-influenced Kieran Thane)
  • Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions (title as published; was to be Catastrophes, Creation & Convolutions) (ISBN 978-1-4165-0921-9) – December 2005 (Baen, short stories and essays)

Omnibus editions

Compilations of novels in the "Giants series".

  • The Minervan Experiment (ISBN 978-1-125-44892-2) – November 1982 (an omnibus edition of the first three books of the Giants series)
  • The Giants Novels: Inherit the Stars, The Gentle Giants of Ganymede, and Giants' Star (ISBN 978-0-345-38885-8) – March 1994 (republication of The Minervan Experiment)
  • The Two Moons (ISBN 978-1-4165-0936-3) - April 2006 (omnnibus of the first two Giants novels)
  • The Two Worlds (ISBN 978-1-4165-3725-0) - September 2007 (omnibus of the third and fourth Giants novels)

Non-fiction

  • Mind Matters – Exploring the World of Artificial Intelligence (ISBN 978-0-614-28202-3) – March 1997
  • Kicking the Sacred Cow: Heresy and Impermissible Thoughts in Science (ISBN 978-1-4165-2073-3) – July 2004

Bibliography from ISFDB

Fiction Series

   * Code of the Lifemaker
         o Code of the Lifemaker (1983)
         o The Immortality Option (1995) 
   * Cradle of Saturn
         o 1 Cradle of Saturn (1999)
         o 2 The Anguished Dawn (2003) 
   * Jupiter
         o 6 Outward Bound (1999) 
   * Minervan Experiment
         o The Minervan Experiment (1981) [O/1,2,3]
         o The Giants Novels (1994) [O/1,2,3]
         o The Two Moons (2006) [O/1,2]
         o The Two Worlds (2007) [O/3,4]
         o 1 Inherit the Stars (1977)
         o 2 The Gentle Giants of Ganymede (1978)
         o 3 Giants' Star (1981)
         o 4 Entoverse (1991)
         o 5 Mission to Minerva (2005) 

Novels

   * The Genesis Machine (1978)
   * The Two Faces of Tomorrow (1979)
   * Thrice Upon a Time (1980)
   * Voyage from Yesteryear (1982)
   * The Proteus Operation (1985)
   * Endgame Enigma (1987)
   * The Mirror Maze (1989)
   * The Infinity Gambit (1991)
   * The Multiplex Man (1992)
   * Out of Time (1993)
   * Realtime Interrupt (1995)
   * Paths to Otherwhere (1996)
   * Bug Park (1997)
   * Star Child (1998)
   * The Legend That Was Earth (2000)
   * Martian Knightlife (2001)
   * Echoes of an Alien Sky (2007)
   * Moon Flower (2008) 

Collections

   * Minds, Machines & Evolution (1988)
   * Rockets, Redheads & Revolution (1999)
   * Catastrophies, Chaos & Convolutions (2005) 

Nonfiction

   * Mind Matters: Exploring the World of Artificial Intelligence (1997)
   * Kicking the Sacred Cow: Questioning the Unquestionable and Thinking the Impermissible (2004) 

Shortfiction

   * Assassin (1978)
   * Silver Shoes for a Princess (1979)
   * The Sword of Damocles (1980)
   * Neander-Tale (1980)
   * Till Death Us Do Part (1981)
   * Making Light (1981)
   * Identity Crisis (1981)
   * The Pacifist (1988)
   * Code of the Lifemaker: Prologue (Excerpt) (1988)
   * Merry Gravmas (1988)
   * Generation Gap (1988)
   * Rules Within Rules (1988)
   * The Absolutely Foolproof Alibi (1988)
   * Down to Earth (1988)
   * Leapfrog (1989)
   * Last Ditch (1992)
   * Zap Thy Neighbor (1995)
   * Bug Park (Excerpt) (1995)
   * Madam Butterfly (1997)
   * Bug Park(Excerpt) (1997)
   * Out of Time (1999)
   * Take Two (2001)
   * Convolution (2001)
   * Jailhouse Rock (2004)
   * Murphy's War (2007) 

Essay Series

   * Science Fact (Analog)
         o Fact-Free Science (1995) 

Essays

   * Think of a Number (1978)
   * Minds, Machines, and Evolution (1981)
   * Inside Story (1988)
   * Getting Here from There (1988)
   * Minds, Machines and Evolution (1988)
   * Discovering Hyperspace (1988)
   * Fortune Cookie (1988)
   * More on Replication (1988)
   * The Revealed Word of God (1988)
   * How Long Should a Piece of String Be? (1988)
   * Going Full-Time (1988)
   * Know Nukes (1988)
   * All in a Name (1988)
   * Knowledge Is a Mind-Altering Drug (1988)
   * Earth Models--On a Plate (1988)
   * Paint Your Booster: Apollo—What Might Have Been (1989)
   * Science Fact: Fact-Free Science (1995)
   * How They Got Me at Baycon (1999)
   * Uprooting Again (1999)
   * Boom and Slump in Space (1999)
   * What Really Brought Down Communism? (1999)
   * Sorry About That (1999)
   * AIDS Heresy and the New Bishops (1999)
   * Evolution Revisited (1999)
   * Ozone Politics (1999)
   * Fact-Free Science (1999)
   * Cryptic Crossword (Analog, July/August 1999) (1999)
   * Cryptic Crossword (2000)
   * Why Do Readers Always Ask... ? (2006) 

Reviews

   * Robots, Robots, Robots (1979) by Harry M. Geduld and Ronald Gottesman
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