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Philip Kindred Dick (December 16 1928March 2 1982) was an American science fiction novelist and short story writer. Dick explored sociological and political themes in novels dominated by monopolistic corporations and authoritarian governments. In his later works, Dick's thematic focus became metaphysics and theology. He often drew upon his own life experiences and addressed the nature of drug use, paranoia and schizophrenia, and mystical experiences in novels such as A Scanner Darkly and VALIS.
The novel The Man in the High Castle bridged the genres of alternative history and science fiction, earning Dick a Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1963. Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said, a novel about a celebrity who awakens in a parallel universe where he is unknown, won the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for best novel in 1975. "I want to write about people I love, and put them into a fictional world spun out of my own mind, not the world we actually have, because the world we actually have does not meet my standards," Dick wrote of these stories. "In my writing I even question the universe; I wonder out loud if it is real, and I wonder out loud if all of us are real."
In addition to his novels, Dick wrote approximately 121 short stories, many of which appeared in science fiction magazines.[1] Although Dick spent most of his career as a writer in near-poverty,[2] nine of his stories have been adapted into popular films since his death, including Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and Minority Report. In 2005, Time Magazine named Ubik one of the one hundred greatest English-language novels published since 1923.[3] In 2007, Dick became the first science fiction writer to be included in The Library of America series. -- (Source: Philip K. Dick at Wikipedia ) (e)

Quotes

"The basic tool for the manipulation of reality is the manipulation of words. If you can control the meaning of words, you can control the people who must use the words."
Philip K. Dick
"I will define science fiction, first, by saying what sf is not. It cannot be defined as "a story (or novel or play) set in the future," since there exists such a thing as space adventure, which is set in the future but is not sf: it is just that: adventures, fights and wars in the future in space involving super-advanced technology. Why, then, is it not science fiction? It would seem to be, and Doris Lessing (e.g.) supposes that it is. However, space adventure lacks the distinct new idea that is the essential ingredient. Also, there can be science fiction set in the present: the alternate world story or novel. So if we separate sf from the future and also from ultra-advanced technology, what then do we have that can be called sf?

"This world must differ from the given in at least one way, and this one way must be sufficient to give rise to events that could not occur in our society -- or in any known society present or past. There must be a coherent idea involved in this dislocation; that is, the dislocation must be a conceptual one, not merely a trivial or bizarre one -- this is the essence of science fiction, the conceptual dislocation within the society so that as a result a new society is generated in the author's mind,

"Fantasy involves that which general opinion regards as impossible; science fiction involves that which general opinion regards as possible under the right circumstances.

"Thus "good science fiction" is a value term, not an objective thing, and yet, I think, there really is such a thing, objectively, as good science fiction."

Philip K. Dick The Collected Short Stories Vol 1

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Bibliography

Some books by and about Philip K. Dick

The bibliography of Philip K. Dick includes 36 novels, 121 short stories, and 14 short story collections published by American science fiction author Philip K. Dick (December 16 1928March 2 1982) during his lifetime. [4]

At the time of his death, Dick's work was generally known to only science fiction readers, and many of his novels and short stories were out of print.[5] To date, a total of 44 novels have been published and translations have appeared in 25 languages.[6] Between 1991 and 1997, Underwood-Miller published five volumes of selected correspondence from Philip K. Dick. The Library of America has issued two collections of Dick's novels. The first, published in June 2007, contained The Man in the High Castle, The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and Ubik, and was the first time science fiction was included in the LOA canon.[7][8] The second collection was issued in July 2008 and included Martian Time Slip, Dr. Bloodmoney, Now Wait for Last Year, Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said, and A Scanner Darkly.

At least nine films have been adapted from Dick's work, with Blade Runner (1982) widely considered a "masterpiece".[9]

Five recurring philosophical themes in Dick's work have been classified by Philip K. Dick scholar Erik Davis: false realities, human vs. machine, entropy, the nature of God, and social control.[10]

Published works[edit]

Dates in this bibliography are for completion of first (and usually only) draft. Publication dates follow title in parenthesis.

  • (+) indicates subsequent significant expansion
  • (*) indicates subsequent revision or minor expansion

Novels by year of composition[edit]

1950
Gather Yourselves Together (1994)
1952
Voices from the Street (2007)
1953
Vulcan's Hammer (1960+)
Dr. Futurity (1960+)
The Cosmic Puppets (1957*)
1954
Solar Lottery (1955*)
Mary and the Giant (1987*)
The World Jones Made (1956)
1955
Eye in the Sky (1957)
The Man Who Japed (1956)
1956
A Time for George Stavros (ms. lost)
Pilgrim on the Hill (ms. lost)
The Broken Bubble (1988)
1957
Puttering About in a Small Land (1985)
1958
Nicholas and the Higs (ms. lost)
Time Out of Joint (1959)
In Milton Lumky Territory (1985)
1959
Confessions of a Crap Artist (1975)
1960
The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike (1982)
Humpty Dumpty in Oakland (1986)
1961
The Man in the High Castle (1962)
1962
We Can Build You (1972)
Martian Time-Slip (1964)
1963
Dr. Bloodmoney, or How We Got Along After the Bomb (1965)
The Game-Players of Titan (1963)
The Simulacra (1964)
The Crack in Space (1966)
Now Wait for Last Year (1966)
1964
Clans of the Alphane Moon (1964)
The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (1965)
The Zap Gun (1967)
The Penultimate Truth (1964)
Deus Irae with Roger Zelazny (1976*+)
The Unteleported Man (1966 / 1983+ / 1984*+ as Lies, Inc.)
1965
The Ganymede Takeover with Ray Nelson (1967*)
Counter-Clock World (1967+)
1966
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968)
Nick and the Glimmung (for children) (1988)
Ubik (1969)
1968
Galactic Pot-Healer (1969)
A Maze of Death (1970)
1969
Our Friends from Frolix 8 (1970)
1970
Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said (1974*)
1973
A Scanner Darkly (1977*)
1976
Radio Free Albemuth (1985)
1978
VALIS (1981)
1980
The Divine Invasion (1981)
1981
The Transmigration of Timothy Archer (1982)

Library of America[edit]

The Library of America is republishing many of Dick's novels:

2007
Four Novels of the 1960s: The Man in the High Castle/The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch/Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?/Ubik ISBN 978-1-59853-009-4
2008
Philip K. Dick: Five Novels of the 1960s and 70s: Martian Time Slip / Dr. Bloodmoney / Now Wait for Last Year / Flow My Tears the Policeman Said / A Scanner Darkly ISBN 978-1-59853-025-4
2009
Philip K. Dick: VALIS and Later Novels ISBN 978-1-59853-044-5

Short story collections[edit]

1955
A Handful of Darkness
1956
The Variable Man
1969
The Preserving Machine
1973
The Book of Philip K. Dick
1977
The Best of Philip K. Dick
1980
The Golden Man
1984
Robots, Androids, and Mechanical Oddities
1985
I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon
1987
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick
1988
Beyond Lies the Wub
The Dark Haired Girl
1989
Second Variety
The Father-Thing
1990
The Days of Perky Pat
The Little Black Box
The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford
We Can Remember It for You Wholesale
1991
The Minority Report
Second Variety
1992
The Eye of the Sibyl
1997
The Philip K. Dick Reader
2002
Minority Report
Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick
2004
Paycheck
2006
Vintage PKD

Comparison of editions[edit]

The five volumes of The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick were re-published and sold separately by Gollancz and later by Citadel Twilight. For the Citadel Twilight editions the volumes were renamed and two stories were moved from one volume to another. The following table provides a comparison of the corresponding volumes from the various editions.

published by Underwood-Miller published by Gollancz published by Citadel Twilight
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 1 (1987) Beyond Lies the Wub (1988) The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford (1990)
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 2 (1987) Second Variety (1989) We Can Remember It for You Wholesale (1990)
"Second Variety" removed
"We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" added
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 3 (1987) The Father-Thing (1989) Second Variety (1991)
"Second Variety" added
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 4 (1987) The Days of Perky Pat (1990) The Minority Report (1991)
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick Volume 5 (1987) The Little Black Box (1990) The Eye of the Sibyl (1992)
"We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" removed

Short stories[edit]

1952
"Beyond Lies the Wub"
"The Gun"
"The Little Movement"
"The Skull"
"The Variable Man"
1953
"The Builder"
"Colony"
"The Commuter"
"The Cookie Lady"
"The Cosmic Poachers"
"The Defenders"
"Expendable"
"The Eyes Have It"
"The Great C"
"The Hanging Stranger"
"The Impossible Planet"
"Impostor"
"The Indefatigable Frog"
"The Infinities"
"The King of the Elves"
"Martians Come in Clouds"
"Mr. Spaceship"
"Out in the Garden"
"Paycheck"
"Piper in the Woods"
"Planet for Transients"
"The Preserving Machine"
"Project: Earth"
"Roog"
"Second Variety"
"Some Kinds of Life"
"The Trouble with Bubbles"
"The World She Wanted"
1954
"Adjustment Team"
"Beyond the Door"
"Breakfast at Twilight"
"The Crawlers"
"The Crystal Crypt"
"Exhibit Piece"
"The Father-thing"
"The Golden Man (short story)"
"James P. Crow"
"Jon's World"
"The Last of the Masters"
"Meddler"
"Of Withered Apples"
"A Present for Pat"
"Prize Ship"
"Progeny"
"Prominent Author"
"Sales Pitch"
"Shell Game"
"The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford"
"Small Town"
"Souvenir"
"Strange Eden"
"Survey Team"
"Time Pawn"
"Tony and the Beetles"
"The Turning Wheel"
"Upon the Dull Earth"
"A World of Talent"
1955
"Autofac"
"Captive Market"
"The Chromium Fence"
"Foster, You're Dead!"
"The Hood Maker"
"Human Is"
"The Mold of Yancy"
"Nanny"
"Psi-man Heal My Child!"
"Service Call"
"A Surface Raid"
"Vulcan's Hammer"
"War Veteran"
1956
"A Glass of Darkness"
"The Minority Report"
"Pay for the Printer"
"To Serve the Master"
1957
"Misadjustment"
"The Unreconstructed M"
1958
"Null-O"
1959
"Explorers We"
"Fair Game"
"Recall Mechanism"
"War Game"
1963
"All We Marsmen"
"The Days of Perky Pat"
"If There Were No Benny Cemoli"
"Stand-by"
"What'll We Do With Ragland Park?"
1964
"Cantata 140"
"A Game of Unchance"
"The Little Black Box"
"Novelty Act"
"Oh, to be a Blobel!"
"Orpheus with Clay Feet"
"Precious Artifact"
"The Unteleported Man"
"The War with the Fnools"
"Waterspider"
"What the Dead Men Say"
1965
"Project Plowshare"
"Retreat Syndrome"
1966
"Holy Quarrel"
"We Can Remember It for You Wholesale"
"Your Appointment Will Be Yesterday"
1967
"Faith of our Fathers"
"Return Match"
1968
"Not By Its Cover"
"The Story To End All Stories"
1969
"A. Lincoln, Simulacrum"
"The Electric Ant"
1972
"Cadbury, the Beaver Who Lacked"
1974
"The Different Stages of Love"
"The Pre-persons"
"A Little Something For Us Tempunauts"
1979
"The Exit Door Leads In"
1980
"I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon" - originally titled "Frozen Journey"
"Rautavaara's Case"
"Chains of Air, Web of Aether"
1981
"The Alien Mind"
1984
"Strange Memories Of Death"
1987
"The Day Mr. Computer Fell Out of Its Tree"
"The Eye of The Sibyl"
"Fawn, Look Back"
"Stability"
1988
"Goodbye, Vincent"
1992
"The Name of the Game is Death"

Film adaptations[edit]

# Film Date Director Source
work
Date Type TV
Series
Date
1 Blade Runner Frisian:  1982 Ridley Scott Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? 1968 Novel - -
2 Total Recall Frisian:  1990 Paul Verhoeven "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" 1966 Short Story Total Recall 2070 1999
3 Confessions d'un Barjo Frisian:  1992 Jérôme Boivin Confessions of a Crap Artist 1975 Novel - -
4 Screamers Frisian:  1995 Christian Duguay "Second Variety" 1953 Short Story - -
5 Minority Report Frisian:  2002 Steven Spielberg "The Minority Report" 1956 Short Story - -
6 Impostor Frisian:  2002 Gary Fleder "Impostor" 1953 Short Story Episode of Out of This World adapted by Terry Nation 1962
7 Paycheck Frisian:  2003 John Woo "Paycheck" 1953 Short Story - -
8 A Scanner Darkly Frisian:  2006 Richard Linklater A Scanner Darkly 1977 Novel - -
9 Next Frisian:  2007 Lee Tamahori "The Golden Man" 1954 Short Story - -
10 Radio Free Albemuth Frisian:  2008 John Alan Simon Radio Free Albemuth 1976 Novel - -
11 King of the Elves Frisian:  2012 Aaron Blaise, Robert Walker "The King of the Elves" 1953 Short Story - -

Further reading[edit]

Biographies[edit]

  • Capanna, Pablo (1995). Philip K. Dick - Idios Kosmos. Almagesto (Spanish Language) ISBN 950-751-112-1
  • Carrère, Emmanuel. Bent, Timothy. (translator) (2005). I Am Alive and You Are Dead: A Journey into the Mind of Philip K. Dick. Picador. ISBN 0-312-42451-5
  • Dick, Ann R. (Former Wife). (1995). Search for Philip K. Dick, 1928-1982: A Memoir and Biography of the Science Fiction Writer. Edwin Mellen Press. ISBN 0-7734-9137-6
  • Mason, Daryl. (2006). The Biography of Philip K. Dick. Gollancz. ISBN 0-575-07280-6
  • Mini, Anne. (2006). A Family Darkly : Love, Loss, and the Final Passions of Philip K. Dick. Carroll & Graf. ISBN 0-7867-1638-X
  • Rickman, Gregg. (1989). To the High Castle: Philip K. Dick: A Life 1928-1962. Fragments West.
  • Sutin, Lawrence (Official biographer). (1989). Divine Invasions: A Life of Philip K. Dick. Citadel Press; Rep edition. ISBN 0-8065-1228-8
  • Williams, Paul. (1986). Only Apparently Real - The Worlds of Philip K. Dick. Entwhistle Books. ISBN 0-934558-31-0
  • Wilson, Colin. "Was Philip K. Dick Possessed by an Angel?" (1992) in Unsolved Mysteries Past and Present. Contemporary Books. ISBN 0-8092-4091-2

Interviews[edit]

  • Apel, D. Scott. (1999). Philip K. Dick : The Dream Connection. The Impermanent Press. ISBN 1-886404-03-8
  • Lee, Gwen (ed). What If Our World Is Their Heaven? The Final Conversations Of Philip K. Dick. Overlook Press. ISBN 1-58567-378-1
  • Rickman, Gregg. (1984). Philip K. Dick: In His Own Words. Fragments West.
  • Rickman, Gregg. (1985). Philip K. Dick: The Last Testament. Fragments West.

Book-length critical studies[edit]

  • Barlow, Aaron. (2005). How Much Does Chaos Scare You?: Politics, Religion, And Philosophy in the Fiction of Philip K. Dick. Lulu Press. ISBN 1-4116-3349-0
  • Butler, Andrew M. (2000). Philip K. Dick. Pocket Essentials. ISBN 1-903047-29-3
  • De Angelis, Valerio Massimo and Umberto Rossi (eds.) (2006). Trasmigrazioni: I mondi di Philip K. Dick. Le Monnier. ISBN 9788800204750
  • Frasca, Gabriele (2007). L'oscuro scrutare di Philip K. Dick. Meltemi. ISBN 9788883535383
  • Caronia, Antonio and Domenico Gallo (eds.) (2006). La macchina della paranoia: Enciclopedia dickiana. X Book. ISBN 9788895029092
  • Lord RC, (2007) "PINK BEAM: A Philip K. Dick Companion" Lulu Publishers.Trade paperback, 322pp. ISBN 978-1-4303-2437-9
  • Mackey, Douglas A. (1988). Philip K. Dick. Twayne. ISBN 0-8057-7515-3
  • McKee, Gabriel. (2004). Pink Beams of Light from the God in the Gutter : The Science-Fictional Religion of Philip K. Dick. University Press of America. ISBN 0-7618-2673-4
  • Mullen, R.D. (editor). (1992). On Philip K. Dick: 40 Articles from Science-Fiction Studies. SF-TH. ISBN 0-9633169-1-5
  • Palmer, Christopher. (2003). Philip K. Dick : Exhilaration and Terror of the Postmodern. Liverpool Univ. Press. ISBN 0-85323-628-3
  • Pierce, Hazel. (1982). Philip K. Dick. Borgo Press. ISBN 0-916732-33-9
  • Robb, Brian J. (2006). Counterfeit Worlds: Philip K. Dick On Film. Titan Books (UK). ISBN 1-84023-968-9
  • Robinson, Kim Stanley. (1989). The Novels of Philip K. Dick. Umi Research Press. ISBN 0-8357-2014-4
  • Umland, Stanley J. (1995). Philip K. Dick: Contemporary Critical Interpretations. Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-313-29295-7
  • Viviani, Gianfranco and Carlo Pagetti (eds.) (1989). Philip K. Dick: Il sogno dei simulacri. Nord. ISBN n.a.
  • Warrick, Patricia S. (1987). Mind in Motion: The Fiction of Philip K. Dick. Southern Illinois Univ. Press. ISBN 0-8093-1326-X
  • Warrick, Patricia S. (1986). Robots, Androids, and Mechanical Oddities: The Science Fiction of Philip K. Dick. Southern Illinois Univ. Press. ISBN 0-8093-1178-X

Correspondence[edit]

  • The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick, 1938-1971. Novato, California : Underwood-Miller, 1997 ISBN 0887331696
  • The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick, 1972-1973. Novato, California : Underwood-Miller, 1994 ISBN 0887331610
  • The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick, 1974. Novato, California : Underwood-Miller, 1991 ISBN 0887331041
  • The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick, 1975-1976. Novato, California : Underwood-Miller, 1993 ISBN 0887331114
  • The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick, 1977-1979. Novato, California : Underwood-Miller, 1993 ISBN 0887331203

Notes[edit]

  1. Short Stories. www.philipkdick.com. Retrieved on 2007-04-20.
  2. Philip K. Dick. www.kirjasto.sci.fi. Retrieved on 2007-04-20.
  3. Ubik - ALL-TIME 100 Novels - TIME
  4. Williams, Paul (2008). Introduction to the Collections. Colelctions Bibliography. The Philip K Dick Estate. Retrieved on 2008-04-19.
  5. Staples, Brent (June 8, 2007). "Philip K. Dick: A Sage of the Future Whose Time Has Finally Come". Editorial Observer (The New York Times). http://www.nytimes.com/2007/06/08/opinion/08fri4.html?_r=1&oref=slogin. Retrieved 2008-04-19. 
  6. Williams, Paul (2008). Introduction to the Novels Page. Novels and Collections Bibliography. The Philip K. Dick Estate. Retrieved on 2008-04-19.
  7. McGrath, Charles (May 6, 2007). "A Prince of Pulp, Legit at Last". Books (The New York Times). http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/06/books/06mcgr.html?_r=1&oref=slogin&pagewanted=all. Retrieved 2008-04-19. 
  8. Stoffman, Judy (February 10, 2007). "A milestone in literary heritage". Toronto Star. http://www.thestar.com/printArticle/179650. Retrieved 2008-04-19. 
  9. Edelstein, David (June 16, 2002). "Philip K. Dick's Mind-Bending, Film-Inspiring Journeys". Arts (The New York Times). http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9B01E1DD1F3DF935A25755C0A9649C8B63. Retrieved 2008-04-19. 
  10. Davis, Erik (December 2003). "The Metaphysics of Philip K. Dick". Issue 11.12 (Wired). http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.12/philip.html?pg=6. Retrieved 2008-04-19. 


Philip Kindred Dick (December 16 1928March 2 1982) was an American science fiction novelist and short story writer. Dick explored sociological and political themes in novels dominated by monopolistic corporations and authoritarian governments. In his later works, Dick's thematic focus became metaphysics and theology. He often drew upon his own life experiences and addressed the nature of drug use, paranoia and schizophrenia, and mystical experiences in novels such as A Scanner Darkly and VALIS.
The novel The Man in the High Castle bridged the genres of alternative history and science fiction, earning Dick a Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1963. Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said, a novel about a celebrity who awakens in a parallel universe where he is unknown, won the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for best novel in 1975. "I want to write about people I love, and put them into a fictional world spun out of my own mind, not the world we actually have, because the world we actually have does not meet my standards," Dick wrote of these stories. "In my writing I even question the universe; I wonder out loud if it is real, and I wonder out loud if all of us are real."
In addition to his novels, Dick wrote approximately 121 short stories, many of which appeared in science fiction magazines.[1] Although Dick spent most of his career as a writer in near-poverty,[2] nine of his stories have been adapted into popular films since his death, including Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and Minority Report. In 2005, Time Magazine named Ubik one of the one hundred greatest English-language novels published since 1923.[3] In 2007, Dick became the first science fiction writer to be included in The Library of America series. -- (Source: Philip K. Dick at Wikipedia )

Bibliography from ISFDB

Fiction Series

   * The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick
         o The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick, Vols I-V (1987) [C]
         o 1 Beyond Lies the Wub (1987) [C]
               + Variant Title: The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford and Other Classic Stories (2002) 
         o 2 Second Variety (1987) [C]
         o 3 The Father-Thing (1987) [C]
         o 4 The Days of Perky Pat (1987) [C]
               + Variant Title: Minority Report (UK) (2002)
               + Variant Title: Minority Report (US) (2000)
               + Variant Title: The Minority Report and Other Classic Stories (2002) 
         o 5 The Little Black Box (1987) [C]
               + Variant Title: We Can Remember It For You Wholesale (1988)
               + Variant Title: The Eye of the Sibyl (2002) 
   * The Early Work of Philip K. Dick
         o 1 The Variable Man and Other Stories (2008) [C]
         o 2 Breakfast at Twilight and Other Stories (2008) [C] 
   * VALIS
         o The VALIS Trilogy (1989) [O]
         o 1 VALIS (1981)
         o 2 The Divine Invasion (1981)
         o 3 The Transmigration of Timothy Archer (1982) 

Novels

   * Solar Lottery (1955)
         o Variant Title: World of Chance (1956) 
   * The World Jones Made (1956)
   * The Man Who Japed (1956)
   * The Cosmic Puppets (1957)
         o Variant Title: A Glass of Darkness (Complete Novel) (1956) 
   * Eye in the Sky (1957)
   * Time Out of Joint (1959)
         o Magazine/Anthology Appearances:
         o Time Out of Joint (Part 1 of 3) (1959)
         o Time Out of Joint (Part 2 of 3) (1960)
         o Time Out of Joint (Part 3 of 3) (1960) 
   * Dr. Futurity (1960)
   * Vulcan's Hammer (1960)
   * The Man in the High Castle (1962)
   * The Game-Players of Titan (1963)
   * Martian Time-Slip (1964)
         o Variant Title: All We Marsmen (1963) 
   * Clans of the Alphane Moon (1964)
   * The Simulacra (1964)
         o Variant Title: Simulacra (2004) 
   * The Unteleported Man (1964)
         o Variant Title: Lies, Inc. (1983) 
   * The Penultimate Truth (1964)
   * Dr. Bloodmoney (1965)
         o Variant Title: Dr. Bloodmoney, or How We Got Along After the Bomb (1965) 
   * The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (1965)
   * Now Wait for Last Year (1966)
   * The Crack in Space (1966)
   * Counter-Clock World (1967)
   * The Ganymede Takeover (1967) with Ray Nelson
   * The Zap Gun (1967)
         o Variant Title: Operation Plowshare (1965) 
   * Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968)
         o Variant Title: Blade Runner (1982) 
   * Ubik (1969)
   * Galactic Pot-Healer (1969)
   * A Maze of Death (1970)
   * Our Friends from Frolix 8 (1970)
   * We Can Build You (1972)
   * Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said (1974)
   * Deus Irae (1976) with Roger Zelazny
   * A Scanner Darkly (1977)
   * The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike (1984)
   * Radio Free Albemuth (1985)
   * Ubik: The Screenplay (1985)
   * Nick and the Glimmung (1988)
   * Cantata-140 (2003)
   * Voices From the Street (2007) 

Collections

   * A Handful of Darkness (1955)
   * The Variable Man and Other Stories (1957)
   * The Preserving Machine (1969)
   * The Book of Philip K. Dick (1973)
         o Variant Title: The Turning Wheel and Other Stories (1973) 
   * The Best of Philip K. Dick (1977)
   * The Golden Man (1980)
   * Robots, Androids, and Mechanical Oddities: The Science Fiction of Philip K. Dick (1984)
   * I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon (1985)
   * Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick (2002)
   * Paycheck (2003)
   * Vintage PKD (2006) 

Omnibus

   * Solar Lottery / The Big Jump (1955) [O/2N] with Leigh Brackett
   * The World Jones Made / Agent of the Unknown (1956) [O/2N] with Margaret St. Clair
   * The Man Who Japed / The Space-Born (1956) [O/2N] with E. C. Tubb
   * The Cosmic Puppets / Sargasso of Space (1957) [O] with Andre Norton [as by Andrew North and Philip K. Dick ]
   * Dr. Futurity / Slavers of Space (1960) [O/2N] with John Brunner
   * Vulcan's Hammer / The Skynappers (1960) [O/2N] with John Brunner
   * The Unteleported Man / The Mind Monsters (1966) [O/2N] with Jack Owen Jardine and Julie Ann Jardine [as by Howard L. Cory and Philip K. Dick ]
   * A Philip K. Dick Omnibus (1970) [O]
   * Dr. Futurity / The Unteleported Man (1972) [O/2N]
   * Science Fiction Special 7 (1973) [O]
   * Three Early Novels (2000) [O]
   * Counterfeit Unrealities (2002) [O]
   * Five Great Novels (2004) [O]
   * Philip K. Dick: Four Novels of the 1960s (2007) [O]
   * Philip K. Dick: Five Novels of the 1960s & 70s (2008) [O] 

Serials

   * All We Marsmen (Part 1 of 3) (1963)
   * All We Marsmen (Part 2 of 3) (1963)
   * All We Marsmen (Part 3 of 3) (1963)
   * Project Plowshare (Part 1 of 2) (1965)
   * Project Plowshare (Part 2 of 2) (1966)
   * A. Lincoln, Simulacrum (Part 1 of 2) (1969)
   * A. Lincoln, Simulacrum (Part 2 of 2) (1970) 

Nonfiction

   * The Dark-Haired Girl (1989)
   * In Pursuit of VALIS (1991)
   * The Shifting Realities of Philip K. Dick (1996)
   * The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick 1980-82 (1998)
   * What If Our World Is Their Heaven? (2001) with Gwen Lee and Doris Elaine Sauter 

Nongenre

   * Confessions of a Crap Artist (1975)
   * In Milton Lumky Territory (1985)
   * Puttering About in a Small Land (1985)
   * Humpty Dumpty in Oakland (1986)
   * Mary and the Giant (1987)
   * The Broken Bubble (1988)
   * Gather Yourselves Together (1994) 

Shortfiction

   * Beyond Lies the Wub (1952)
   * The Gun (1952)
   * The Skull (1952)
   * The Little Movement (1952)
   * The Defenders (1953)
   * Mr. Spaceship (1953)
   * Piper in the Woods (1953)
   * Roog (1953)
   * Second Variety (1953)
   * The Infinites (1953)
   * The World She Wanted (1953)
   * Colony (1953)
   * Impostor (1953)
         o Variant Title: Imposter (1953) 
   * The Cookie Lady (1953)
   * The Eyes Have It (1953)
   * Martians Come in Clouds (1953)
   * Paycheck (1953)
   * The Preserving Machine (1953)
   * The Indefatigable Frog (1953)
   * The Cosmic Poachers (1953)
   * Expendable (1953)
   * The Commuter (1953)
   * Out in the Garden (1953)
   * The Great C (1953)
   * The King of the Elves (1953)
   * The Trouble with Bubbles (1953)
   * The Variable Man (1953)
   * The Impossible Planet (1953)
   * Planet for Transients (1953)
   * Some Kinds of Life (1953) [as by Richard Phillipps ]
   * The Builder (1953)
   * The Hanging Stranger (1953)
   * Project: Earth (1953)
   * Tony and the Beetles (1953)
         o Variant Title: Retreat from Rigel (1953) 
   * Foster, You're Dead (1954)
   * Jon's World (1954)
   * Beyond the Door (1954)
   * The Crystal Crypt (1954)
   * A Present for Pat (1954)
   * Prize Ship (1954)
   * The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford (1954)
   * The Golden Man (1954)
   * James P. Crow (1954)
   * Prominent Author (1954)
   * Small Town (1954)
   * Survey Team (1954)
   * Sales Pitch (1954)
   * The Turning Wheel (1954)
   * Time Pawn (1954)
   * Breakfast at Twilight (1954)
   * The Crawlers (1954)
   * Of Withered Apples (1954)
   * Exhibit Piece (1954)
   * Shell Game (1954)
   * Adjustment Team (1954)
   * A World of Talent (1954)
   * Meddler (1954)
   * Souvenir (1954)
   * The Last of the Masters (1954)
   * Progeny (1954)
   * Upon the Dull Earth (1954)
   * The Father-Thing (1954)
   * Strange Eden (1954)
   * Human Is (1955)
   * War Veteran (1955)
   * Captive Market (1955)
   * Nanny (1955)
   * The Hood Maker (1955)
   * The Chromium Fence (1955)
   * Service Call (1955)
   * A Surface Raid (1955)
   * The Mold of Yancy (1955)
   * Autofac (1955)
   * Psi-Man (1955)
         o Variant Title: Psi-Man Heal My Child! (1955) 
   * The Minority Report (1956)
   * To Serve the Master (1956)
   * Vulcan's Hammer (1956)
   * Pay for the Printer (1956)
   * The Unreconstructed M (1957)
   * Misadjustment (1957)
   * Null-O (1958)
   * Explorers We (1959)
   * Recall Mechanism (1959)
   * Fair Game (1959)
   * War Game (1959)
   * Top Stand-By Job (1963)
         o Variant Title: Stand-By (1963) 
   * What'll We Do With Ragland Park? (1963)
   * If There Were No Benny Cemoli (1963)
   * The Days of Perky Pat (1963)
   * Orpheus with Clay Feet (1964)
   * Waterspider (1964)
   * Novelty Act (1964)
   * Oh, to Be a Blobel! (1964)
   * What the Dead Men Say (1964)
   * A Game of Unchance (1964)
   * Cantata 140 (1964)
   * The Little Black Box (1964)
   * Precious Artifact (1964)
   * The Unteleported Man (1964)
   * Retreat Syndrome (1965)
   * We Can Remember It for You Wholesale (1966)
         o Variant Title: Total Recall (1966) 
   * Holy Quarrel (1966)
   * Your Appointment Will Be Yesterday (1966)
   * Faith of Our Fathers (1967)
   * Return Match (1967)
   * The Story to End All Stories for Harlan Ellison's Anthology Dangerous Visions (1968)
   * Not by Its Cover (1968)
   * The War with the Fnools (1969)
   * The Electric Ant (1969)
   * A Little Something for Us Tempunauts (1974)
   * The Pre-Persons (1974)
   * A Scanner Darkly (excerpt) (1977)
   * The Exit Door Leads In (1979)
   * Chains of Air, Web of Aether (1980)
   * Rautavaara's Case (1980)
   * Frozen Journey (1980)
         o Variant Title: I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon (1980) 
   * The Alien Mind (1981)
   * Strange Memories of Death (1984)
   * Warning: We Are Your Police (1985)
   * Cadbury, the Beaver Who Lacked (1987)
   * The Day Mr. Computer Fell Out of Its Tree (1987)
   * The Eye of the Sibyl (1987)
   * A Terran Odyssey (Excerpt) (1987)
   * Stability (1987)
   * Fawn, Look Back (1987) 

Poems

   * My Life in Stillness: White As Day (1983)
   * On a Cat Which Fell Three Stories and Survived (1984) 

Essays

   * Introducing the Author: Philip K. Dick (1953)
   * They Write... (1953)
   * Anthony Boucher (1968) with Randall Garrett and J. Francis McComas and Isaac Asimov and Mildred Clingerman and R. Bretnor and Miriam Allen deFord and Avram Davidson and Margaret St. Clair and Poul Anderson and Robert Bloch and Joe Ferman
   * That Moon Plaque (Men on the Moon) (1969)
   * Author's Foreword (A Maze of Death) (1971)
   * The Android and the Human (1972)
   * Letter (The Alien Critic #6) (1973)
   * Afterword (A Little Something for Us Tempunauts) (1974)
   * Letter (Locus #163) (1974)
   * An Open Letter from Philip K. Dick (1974)
   * Who is an SF Writer? (1974)
   * Foreword to The Preserving Machine (1976)
   * Afterthoughts by the Author (1977)
   * Man, Android and Machine (1977)
   * Author's Foreword (A Maze of Death) (1977)
   * Author's Note (A Scanner Darkly) (1977)
   * Letter (Science Fiction Review #24) (1978)
   * Letter (Locus #221) (1979)
   * Afterword (Dr. Adder) (1979)
   * Afterword (Dr. Bloodmoney) (1980)
   * Afterword (The Golden Man) (1980)
   * Story Notes (The Golden Man) (1980)
   * Introduction (The Golden Man) (1980)
   * Author's Afterword (1980)
   * Memoir (1980)
   * Afterword (Dr. Bloodmoney) (1980)
   * Letter (Science Fiction Review #39) (1981)
   * Letter (Science Fiction Review #41) (1981)
   * How to Write Science Fiction (1982)
   * Dick-Editors Correspondence (1982)
   * Now Wait For This Year (1983)
   * Notes (1987)
   * Preface (Beyond Lies the Wub) (1987)
   * Introduction: How to Build a Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later (1987)
   * Joe Protagoras Is Alive and Living on Earth (outline) (1992)
   * The Name of the Game Is Death (outline for a science fiction novel) (1992)
   * Additional Material for the science fiction outline (The Name of the Game Is Death) (1992)
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