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updated June 2, 2014


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y

 

Stories that are published only in single-author collections are listed after the collection title, not separately.

A

Abbott, Ernest Absher, Martha Shumate Aguirre, Forrest  [novels] [poetry] Ahlstrom, Karen Stay  [poetry] Allgaier, April Allred, Lee  [nonfiction] Anderson, Glenn L.  [novels] Anderson, [Wendy] Suzanne Argyle, Michelle Davidson  [novels] Arkwright, John Ashley, Amanda. See under Baker, Madeline

Asplund, Russell William  [poetry]

[Asplund], Stephanie Rummler Austin, Mike Autrey, Clover  [novels] [forthcoming]

B

Bailey, S. P.   Baker, Madeline  [novels] [forthcoming] Baker, Virginia Ellen  [poetry] [novels] Barbour, Mimi  [novels] Barney, Cathleen Barton, Steve K. Bastian, David Michael  [nonfiction] Bates, Martine  [novels] Bell, M[ichael] Shayne  [nonfiction] [novels] [poetry] Bennett, Cindy C.  [novels] Bentley, Elizabeth Petty Bernard, Rebecca Lynne  [poetry] Bezzant, Pat Blankenship, Ronn, and Lareena Smith [nonfiction] Boyer, Elizabeth H.  [novels] Bradley, Graham   Bradford, Charity  [novels] Bronson, Scott Everett  [forthcoming] Brown, John D.  [forthcoming] Buck, E. C.

Burk, Dan Leroy Burnett, David, and Jeanne Burnett Butler, D. J.  [novels] [forthcoming]

C

Campbell, Doug Card, Orson Scott  [nonfiction] [novels] [poetry] [forthcoming] [about] Carlson, Rebecca Carr, Michael W.  [nonfiction] Christensen, B. G.   Christensen, Kevin Clayson, Dennis E. Clegg, Jaleta  [novels] Cluff, Emily Collings, Michael R.  [nonfiction] [novels] [poetry] Collings, Michaelbrent  [novels] Colonna, Jeannette Condie, Allyson  [novels] [forthcoming] Correia, Larry  [novels] [forthcoming] Craycroft, Rick Crockett, James Paul   Croft, Marguerite  [short stories] Cutler, Sue

D

Dabb, Neil   Dalley, Craig L. Dalton-Woodbury, Kathleen Decker, Cynthia Defendi, Robert J.   Diamond, Steven   Doering, Dave  [as coauthor] [nonfiction] Duncan, Thom  [nonfiction] [novels]

E

Edwards, J. P. Erickson, L. E.   Evenson, Brian Keith  [novels] [about] Evenson, Nancy

F

Farland, David. See under
Wolverton, Dave

Feehan, Christine  [novels] [forthcoming]

Fitzpatrick, Becca  [novels] [forthcoming] Fowers, Stephanie  [novels]
  • "Aphrodite." In A Fantasy Christmas. CreateSpace, 2013. buy from Amazon Fulda, Nancy  [forthcoming]
    • "All Praise to the Dreamer." In Aegri Somnia, ed. Jason Sizemore and Gill Ainsworth. Lexington, KY: Apex Book Company, 2006.
    • "Backlash." Asimov's Science Fiction 34 (September 2010).
    • "The Cyborg and the Cemetery." In Twelve Tomorrows. MIT Technology Review, September 2013. buy from publisher
    • Dead Men Don't Cry: Science Fiction. CreateSpace, 2011. [includes "Let There Be Write," "Pastry Run," "Dead Men Don't Cry," "Blue Ink," "Backlash," "Monument," "All Praise to the Dreamer," "The Breath of Heaven," "Ghost Chimes," "The Man Who Murdered Himself," "A New Kind of Sunrise."] buy from Amazon
    • "Movement." Asimov's Science Fiction (March 2011). Reprinted in Nebula Awards Showcase 2013, ed. Catherine Asaro. Pyr Books, 2013. [Nebula Award finalist 2011 (short story)] buy from Amazon
    • "A New Kind of Sunrise." In Warrior Wisewoman, ed. Roby James. Winnetka, CA: Norilana Books, 2008.
    • "A Soaring Pillar of Brightness." In Beyond the Sun, ed. Bryan Thomas Schmidt. Fairwood Press, 2013. buy from Amazon

    G

    Gammon, Sherry
  • "Loving Marigold." In A Fantasy Christmas. CreateSpace, 2013. buy from Amazon Gibbons, Matt
    • "Waddle in the Woods." Leading Edge, no. 53 (April 2007): 28–33.
    Gibson, Brian  
    • "The Eye Opener." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Gifford, Melva L.  [nonfiction] [poetry]
    • "Arrow's Song." Leading Edge, no. 6 (n.d.): 52–57.
    • "Cinder-Relic." Irreantum 3 (winter 2001–2): 47–50.
    • "Quotient." Leading Edge, no. 1 (April 1981): 17–19.
    • "Scrap Pile." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 145–57. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. buy from Amazon
    • "Take Out the Trash." Leading Edge, no. 12 (fall 1986): 114–19. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 80–85. Reprinted in Irreantum 2 (winter 2001): 63–65.
    • "Warm Reception." Leading Edge, no. 9 (winter 1985): 14–17.

      [as Mandy L. Nakommen]

    • "Homestead." Leading Edge, no. 10 (fall 1985): 62–66.
    • "The Token." Leading Edge, no. 7 (1984): 48–52.
    Gillum, Gary
    • "Journey." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 31–38. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    • "Mozart and the Light of Music." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 65–68. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    Graffam, Merle H.
    • "Stowaway." In LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 69–73. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.
    Greenwood, Adam  
    • "I Had Killed a Zombie." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon

    H

    Hale, Shannon  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "Bouncing the Grinning Goat." In Guys Read: Other Worlds, ed. Jon Scieszka, 31–54. New York: Walden Pond Press, 2014. buy from Amazon
    Halladay, Chris
    • "The Iron Door." Leading Edge, no. 9 (winter 1985): 52–59.
    Harmon, Charlene C[arlisle]  [nonfiction] [poetry]
    • "Cowchip Charlie." Wandering Weeds: Tales of Rabid Vegetation, ed. Jaleta Clegg and Frances Pauli. CreateSpace, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "Pueblo de Sión." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 176–201. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. buy from Amazon
    Harrell, Jack
    • "Calling and Election." Irreantum 9, no. 2/10, no. 1 (2007/2008): 11–36. [Irreantum fiction contest first place 2007]
    Hayes, Nancy Lynn  [as coauthor] [nonfiction]
    • "Loyalty." Leading Edge, no. 6 (n.d.): 30–38.
    • "Split Personality." Leading Edge, no. 8 (fall 1984): 24–38.
    Heimerdinger, Chris Frank  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "Curds and Way." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 142–49. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    Helm, Julie D.
    • The Lost Monster Tales. 1st Book Library, 2002. [contains "Monster in the Lake," "The Winter Fairies," "Worm Hole," "Jared's Pet Snake," and "The Night Soemthing Nearly Ate Nannie"] buy from Amazon
    Henderson, Zenna  [about]
    • "And a Little Child . . ." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 17 (October 1959). Reprinted in The Anything Box, 160–77.
    • "Angels Unawares." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 30 (March 1966). Reprinted in The People: No Different Flesh, 79–113. Reprinted in The People Collection, 351–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 287–317.
    • "Anything Box." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 11 (October 1956). Reprinted in SF:'57: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Judith Merril, 298–. Gnome, 1957. Reprinted in The Anything Box, 11–24. Reprinted in SF: The Best of the Best, ed. Judith Merril. New York: Delacorte, 1967. Reprinted in The Golden Road: Great Tales of Fantasy and the Supernatural, ed. Damon Knight, 279–92. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1973. Reprinted in Science Fiction 1, ed. Robert Pierce. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1973. Reprinted in Isaac Asimov's Magical Worlds of Fantasy #7: Magical Wishes, ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh, 133–. New York: NAL/Signet, 1986. Reprinted in Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women, ed. A. Susan Williams and Richard Glyn Jones, 76–. London: Viking UK, 1995. Reprinted in Women of Wonder: The Classic Years, ed. Pamela Sargent, 139–. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1995. Reprinted in A Magic-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic, ed. Margaret Weis and Martin H. Greenberg, 312–26. New York: Warner Aspect, 1998.
    • The Anything Box. New York: Avon Books, 1965. New York: Doubleday, 1965.
    • "Ararat." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 3 (October 1952). Reprinted in Best Science-Fiction Stories 1953, ed. Everett F. Bleiler and T. E. Dikty. Fredrick Fell, 1953. Reprinted in The Best Science Fiction Stories: Fourth Series. 1955. Reprinted in Frontiers in Space, ed. Everett F. Bleiler. New York: Bantam, 1955. Reprinted in Pilgrimage: The Book of the People, 19–43. Reprinted in Out of This World 3, ed. Amabel Williams-Ellis and Mably Owen, 158–. Blackie, 1962. Reprinted in 14 Great Tales of ESP, ed. Idella Purnell Stone, 228–. New York: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1969. Reprinted in Universe Ahead, ed. Sylvia Engdahl and Rick Roberson, 60–91. New York: Atheneum, 1975. Reprinted in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 57 (October 1979). Reprinted in The Great Science Fiction Series, ed. Frederik Pohl, Martin Harry Greenberg, and Joseph Olander, 175–93. New York: Harper and Row, 1980. Reprinted in The People Collection, 18–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 13–32.
    • "As Simple as That." In Holding Wonder, 188–99. Reprinted in The Norton Book of Science Fiction, ed. Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Attebery, 231–41. New York: W. W. Norton, 1993.
    • "The Believing Child." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 38 (June 1970). Reprinted in Holding Wonder, 148–62.
    • "Captivity." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 14 (June 1958). Reprinted in Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: Eighth Series, ed. Anthony Boucher, 175–. New York: Doubleday, 1959. Reprinted in Pilgrimage: The Book of the People, 167–214. Reprinted in Worlds Apart, ed. Amabel Williams-Ellis and Mably Owen. Blackie, 1966. Reprinted in The People Collection, 171–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 141–79. [Hugo Award nominee 1959 (novelette)]
    • "The Closest School." Fantastic Science Fiction Stories 9 (April 1960). Reprinted in Holding Wonder, 102–12.
    • "Come on, Wagon!" Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 2 (December 1951). Reprinted in Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: Second Series, ed. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas, 197–209. Boston: Little Brown, 1953. Reprinted in The Anything Box, 83–91. Reprinted in First Voyages, ed. Damon Knight, Martin H. Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander. New York: Avon, 1981. Reprinted in The Eureka Years, ed. Annette Pelz McComas, 93–. New York: Bantam, 1982. Reprinted in Young Mutants, ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh, 243–56. New York: Harper and Row, 1984.
    • "The Dark Came Out to Play..." Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy 3 (May 1952). Reprinted as "Stevie and the Dark" in The Anything Box, 150–59. Reprinted in Young Witches & Warlocks, ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh, 140–55. New York: Harper and Row, 1987.
    • "Deluge." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 25 (October 1963). Reprinted in The Best from F&SF 13, ed. Avram Davidson. New York: Doubleday, 1964. Reprinted in The People: No Different Flesh, 45–79. Reprinted in The People Collection, 311–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 253–81.
    • "The Effectives." Worlds of Tomorrow (May 1965). Reprinted in Holding Wonder, 70–86.
    • "The First Stroke." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 53 (October 1977).
    • "Food to All Flesh." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 5 (December 1953). Reprinted in Best SF 3, ed. Edmund Crispin, 57–. Faber and Faber, 1958. Reprinted in The Anything Box, 73–82. Reprinted in The Stars and Under, ed. Edmund Crispin. Faber and Faber, 1968.
    • "Gilead." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 7 (August 1954). Reprinted in Pilgrimage: The Book of the People, 50–79. Reprinted in Tomorrow's Children, ed. Isaac Asimov. New York: Doubleday, 1966. Reprinted in You and Science Fiction, ed. Bernard C. Hollister, 81–. place: National Textbook Co., 1976. Reprinted in Strange Planets, ed. Amabel Williams-Ellis and Michael Pearson, 95–. Blackie, 1977. Reprinted in The People Collection, 49–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 39–63.
    • "The Grunder." Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy 4 (June 1953). Reprinted in The Anything Box, 115–33.
    • Holding Wonder. New York: Avon Books, 1971. New York: Doubleday, 1971. [includes "Ad Astra," "Boona on Scancia," "Crowning Glory," "Incident After," "Love Every Third Stir," "One of Them," "Sharing Time," "Swept and Garnished," "The Taste of Aunt Sophronia," "Three-Cornered and Secure"]
    • "Hush!" Beyond Fantasy Fiction 1 (November 1953). Reprinted in The Anything Box, 63–72. Reprinted in Strange Glory, ed. Gerry Goldberg, 68–. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1975; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1977. Reprinted in Tales from the Darkside, ed. Mitchell Galin and Tom Allen, 1:197–. Los Angeles: Berkley, 1988.
    • "The Indelible Kind." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 35 (December 1968). Reprinted in Holding Wonder, 7–39. Reprinted in The People Collection, 519–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 525–53.
    • Ingathering: The Complete People Stories of Zenna Henderson. Ed. Priscilla Olson and Mark L. Olson. Framingham, Mass.: NESFA Press, 1995. [includes "Lea," "Mark and Meris," "Michael Without"]
    • "J-Line to Nowhere." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 37 (September 1969). Reprinted in Holding Wonder, 40–58. Reprinted in The Venus Factor, ed. Vic Ghidalia and Roger Elwood, 96–. MacFadden-Bartell, 1972.
    • "Jordan." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 16 (March 1959). Reprinted in A Decade of Fantasy and Science Fiction, ed. Robert P. Mills. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1960. Reprinted in Pilgrimage: The Book of the People, 226–55. Reprinted in The People Collection, 233–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 191–215.
    • "Katie-Mary's Trip." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 48 (January 1975). Reprinted in The People Collection, 579–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 555–65.
    • "The Last Step." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 14 (February 1958). Reprinted in The Anything Box, 178–91.
    • "Loo Ree." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 4 (February 1953). Reprinted in Holding Wonder, 87–101.
    • "No Different Flesh." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 28 (May 1965). Reprinted in The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: 15, ed. Edward L. Ferman. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1966. Reprinted in The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: 15th Series, ed. Edward L. Ferman, 183–. Gollancz, 1967. Reprinted in The People: No Different Flesh, 7–45. Reprinted in The People Collection, 267–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 217–48.
    • ". . . Old . . . As a Garment." Speculations, ed. Isaac Asimov and Alice Laurance, 225–. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1982.
    • The People: No Different Flesh. New York: Avon Science Fiction, 1961. New York: Doubleday, 1967.
    • The People Collection. London: Corgi, 1991.
    • Pilgrimage: The Book of the People. New York: Avon Science Fiction, 1952, 1987. New York: Doubleday, 1961. Boston: Gregg Press, 1978.
    • "Pottage." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 9 (September 1955). Reprinted in Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: Fifth Series, ed. Anthony Boucher, 75–112. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1956. Reprinted in SF: the Year's Greatest SF & Fantasy 1, ed. Judith Merril. Gnome, 1956. Reprinted in Pilgrimage: The Book of the People, 82–116. Reprinted in Great Science Fiction Stories, ed. Cordelia Titcomb Smith. New York: Dell, 1964. Reprinted in School and Society through Science Fiction, ed. Joseph D. Olander, Martin Harry Greenberg and Patricia Warrick, 244–76. Chicago: Rand McNally College Publishing, 1974. Reprinted in The People Collection, 82–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 67–95.
    • "Return." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 20 (March 1961). Reprinted in The People: No Different Flesh, 146–82. Reprinted in The People Collection, 430–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 353–84.
    • "Shadow on the Moon." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 22 (March 1962). Reprinted in The People: No Different Flesh, 182–221. Reprinted in The People Collection, 472–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 387–422.
    • "Something Bright." Galaxy Science Fiction (February 1960). Reprinted in 6th Annual Edition of the Year's Best S-F, ed. Judith Merril. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1961. Reprinted in The Seventh Galaxy Reader, ed. Frederik Pohl. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1964. Reprinted in The Anything Box, 47–62. Reprinted in Gentle Invaders, ed. Hans Stefan Santesson. Belmont, 1969. Reprinted in Science Fiction 2, ed. Robert Pierce, pages. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1973. Reprinted in Tales beyond Time, ed. L. Sprague and Catherine Crook de Camp, pages. place: Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard, 1973. Reprinted in Galaxy, ed. Frederik Pohl, Martin H. Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander. Playboy Press, 1980.
    • "Subcommittee." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 23 (July 1962). Reprinted in The 8th Annual of the Year's Best SF, ed. Judith Merril, 300–323. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1963. Reprinted in The Anything Box, 25–46. Reprinted in Young Extraterrestrials, ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh, 183–213. New York: Harper and Row, 1984. Reprinted in New Eves: Science Fiction about the Extraordinary Women of Today and Tomorrow, ed. Janrae Frank, Jean Stine, and Forrest J Ackerman, 127–. Longmeadow Press, 1994.
    • "The Substitute." Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy 4 (August 1953). Reprinted in The Anything Box, 102–14.
    • "Tell Us a Story." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 59 (October 1980). Reprinted in Best Science Fiction of the Year 10, ed. Terry Carr. New York: Pocket, 1981. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 423–59.
    • "That Boy." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 41 (November 1971). Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 461–95.
    • "There Was a Garden." In Cassandra Rising, ed. Alice Laurance, 29–35. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1978.
    • "Things." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 18(19) (July 1960). Reprinted in 12 Great Classics of Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin, 30–37. Grenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Publications, 1963. Reprinted in The Anything Box, 134–41. Reprinted in Science Fiction, Science Fact, and You, ed. Robert J. Lowenherz and Lila Lowenherz, 241–. New York: Amsco, 1996.
    • "Through a Glass—Darkly." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 39 (October 1970). Reprinted in Holding Wonder, 163–87. Reprinted in New Worlds of Fantasy No. 3, ed. Terry Carr, 133–. New York: Ace, 1971. Reprinted in A Treasury of Modern Fantasy, ed. Terry Carr and Martin H. Greenberg, 479–. New York: Avon, 1981. Reprinted in Masters of Fantasy, ed. Terry Carr and Martin H. Greenberg, 449–. Galahad, 1992.
    • "Thrumthing and Out." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 43 (October 1972).
    • "Troubling of the Water." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 31 (September 1966). Reprinted in The People: No Different Flesh, 113–45. Reprinted in The People Collection, 391–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 321–49.
    • "Turn the Page." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 12 (May 1957). Reprinted in The Anything Box, 142–49. Reprinted in Don't Open This Book! ed. Marvin Kaye, 131–39. Garden City, NY: GuildAmerica Books, 1998.
    • "Walking Aunt Daid." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 9 (July 1955). Reprinted in The Anything Box, 92–101. Reprinted in Angels of Darkness, ed. Marvin Kaye, 519–. SFBC, 1995.
    • "The Walls." In Holding Wonder, 263–71. Reprinted in The Worlds of Science Fiction, ed. Theodore W. Hipple and Robert G. Wright, 81–. Allyn and Bacon, 1979.
    • "Wilderness." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 12 (January 1957). Reprinted in SF: '58: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy, ed. Judith Merril. Gnome, 1958. Reprinted in Pilgrimage: The Book of the People, 122–63. Reprinted in The People Collection, 124–. Reprinted in Ingathering: The Complete People Stories, 103–36.
    • "You Know What, Teacher?" Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (September 1954). Reprinted in Holding Wonder, 59–69.
    • The People. 1971. [movie, not based on any one story]
    Hester, Todd [novels]
    • "Lord of Fire and Air." Leading Edge, no. 4 (n.d.): 18–36.
    • "A Translation of Ancient Quartz-Imbedded Hieroglyphics Found on Io, the Fourth Moon of the Planet Jupiter." Leading Edge, no. 2 (n.d.): 53.
    Hickman, Laura, and Kate Novak  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "Heart of Goldmoon." In DragonLance Tales vol. 3: Love and War, ed. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, 208–71. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1987.
    Hickman, Tracy  [nonfiction] [novels] [poetry] [forthcoming] [about]
    • "The Anvil of Time." Dragon Magazine. Reprinted in The Best of Tales, Volume Two, ed. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. Renton, Wash.: Wizards of the Coast, 2002.
    • "Dedrak's Quest." Dragon 23 (August 1998): 70–.
    • "Speed of Darkness." In The Starcraft Archive: An Anthology, 407–592. New York: Pocket Star, 2007.buy from Amazon

      and Margaret Weis

    • Dragons in the Archives: The Best of Weis and Hickman. Renton, Wash.: Wizards of the Coast, 2004.
    • "Here Be Dragons!" In Dragons: Worlds Afire. Renton, Wash.: Wizards of the Coast, 2006.
    • "Kitiara's Son." In DragonLance: The Second Generation, Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis, 3–62. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1994. buy from Amazon
    • "The Legacy." In DragonLance Tales vol. 1: The Magic of Krynn, ed. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, 257–. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1987. Reprinted in DragonLance Tales (omnibus ed.), ed. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, 175–232. New York: Penguin, 1991. Reprinted in DragonLance: The Second Generation, 67–120. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1994. buy from Amazon
    • "Raistlin and the Knight of Solamnia." Dragon 14 (February 1990): 64–. Reprinted in DragonLance: The War of the Lance, 15–42. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1992.
    • "The Sacrifice." In DragonLance: The Second Generation. 213–82. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1994. buy from Amazon
    • "The Silken Threads." In DragonLance: The Reign of Istar, 252–325. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1992. Reprinted in Dragons in the Archives: The Best of Weis and Hickman, 45–111. Renton, Wash.: Wizards of the Coast, 2004.
    • "The Story That Tasslehoff Promised He Would Never, Ever, Ever Tell." In DragonLance: The War of the Lance, 281–. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1992. Reprinted in Dragons in the Archives: The Best of Weis and Hickman, 187–253. Renton, Wash.: Wizards of the Coast, 2004.
    • "True Knight." In DragonLance: The Cataclysm, 281–. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1992. Reprinted in Dragons in the Archives: The Best of Weis and Hickman, 115–82. Renton, Wash.: Wizards of the Coast, 2004.
    • "'Wanna Bet?'" In DragonLance Tales vol. 2: Kender, Gully Dwarves, and Gnomes, ed. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, 206–317. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1987. Reprinted in DragonLance Tales (omnibus ed.), ed. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, 367–432. New York: Penguin, 1991. Reprinted in DragonLance: The Second Generation, 123–84. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1994. buy from Amazon

      [as Dezra Despain], and Margaret Weis

    • "Raistlin's Daughter." In DragonLance Tales vol. 3: Love and War, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, 272–315. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1987. Reprinted in DragonLance Tales (omnibus ed.), ed. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, 641–68. New York: Penguin, 1991. Reprinted in DragonLance: The Second Generation, 187–210. Lake Geneva, Wisc.: TSR, 1994. buy from Amazon
    Hogan, Edward
    • "The Salvation of Audrey Johnson." Irreantum 4 (spring 2002): 60–65.
    Hoffman, Diana E. Lofgran
    • "Achilo." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 103–64. Vol. 10. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1994. [Writers of the Future published finalist 1994]
    • "Other Time." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 85–98. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. buy from Amazon
    Housley, Bill  [forthcoming]
    • "Another Man's Terrorist." In Satirica: An Anthology of Satirical Speculative Fiction, ed. Dudgeon, 109–40. North Bend, Wash.: Cowboy Logic Press, 2008. buy from Amazon
    Hume, Barbara R.  [nonfiction]
    • "A Hearth on Terra." Leading Edge, no. 2 (n.d.): 18–44; no. 4 (n.d.): 77–88.
    • "Chef's Choice." Leading Edge, no. 7 (1984): 42–47.
    • "Tribute." Leading Edge, no. 1 (April 1981): 34–38.
    • "Truth or Consequences." Leading Edge, no. 6 (n.d.): 6–9.
    Huntington, Sharon J.
    • "Ears to Hear." Leading Edge, no. 17 (summer 1988): 60–70.
    Hurst, Gene
    • "'Unspotted from the World.'" In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 114–27. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    Hutchins, M. K.  [forthcoming]
    • "Cryonic Sushi." Leading Edge, no. 60 (January 2011).
    • "Under Warranty." In Cucurbital 3, ed. Lawrence M. Schoen. Blue Bell, Penn.: Paper Golem, 2013. buy from Amazon

    I

    Ickes, William K.  [novels]
    • "The Bargain." In The Nahja: And Other Stories. Charleston, S.C.: BookSurge Publishing, 2003. buy from Amazon
    • "The Nahja." In The Nahja: And Other Stories. Charleston, S.C.: BookSurge Publishing, 2003. buy from Amazon
    • "The Vial." In The Nahja: And Other Stories. Charleston, S.C.: BookSurge Publishing, 2003. buy from Amazon

    J

    Jensen, Maurene
    • "Silent Justice." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 192–234. Vol. 14. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1998. [Writers of the Future published finalist 1998]
    Jepson, Eric W.  [as co-editor]
    • "Ezra's Inbox." In The Fob Bible: A Quotidian Book of Scripture, ed. Eric W. Jepson and others, 131. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2009. buy from Amazon
    Johns, Cassandra M.
    • "That's Three." Leading Edge, no. 1 (April 1981): 31–34.
    Jole, Douglas M.  [poetry]
    • "Old Man River, He Just Keeps Rolling Along." Leading Edge, no. 23 (winter 1991): 6–17.
    • "The Witchin' Man." Leading Edge, no. 18 (January 1989): 46–58. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 112–24. Reprinted in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 167–88. Vol. 9. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1993. [Writers of the Future second prize 1993]
    Jonas, Jamie  [poetry]
    • "Time Borrower." Leading Edge, no. 22 (fall 1990): 126–36.
    Jones, Pauline Baird  [novels]
    • "Men in Jeans." In A Death in Texas, 73–89. Spring, Tex.: L & L Dreamspell, 2008. buy from Amazon
    Jones, Raymond F.  [nonfiction] [novels] [about]
    • "Academy for Pioneers." Astounding Science Fiction 57 (May 1956).
    • "Alarm Reaction." Thrilling Wonder Stories 38 (August 1951).
    • "The Alien Machine." Thrilling Wonder Stories 34 (June 1949). Adapted in This Island Earth. Reprinted in They Came from Outer Space, ed. Jim Wynorski. New York: Doubleday, 1980. Reprinted in Science-Fiction Classics: The Stories That Morphed into Movies, ed. Forrest J. Ackerman. TV Books, 1999.
    • "'. . . As Others See Us.'" Fantastic Adventures 13 (May 1951).
    • "Black Market." Astounding Science Fiction (April 1946).
    • "A Bowl of Biskies Makes a Growing Boy." In The Other Side of Tomorrow, ed. Roger Elwood, 106–. New York: Random House, 1973.
    • "Canterbury April." Thrilling Wonder Stories 41 (December 1952).
    • "The Cat and the King." Astounding Science Fiction (August 1946).
    • "The Children's Room." Fantastic Adventures 9 (September 1947). Reprinted in The Toymaker, 239–87. Reprinted in Amazing Stories (October 1967). Reprinted in Young Mutants, ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh, 162–214. New York: Harper and Row, 1984. buy from Amazon
    • "Collision." Startling Stories 25 (July 1952).
    • "The Colonists." Worlds of If Science Fiction 3 (June 1954). Reprinted in The Second World of If, ed. James L. Quinn and Eve Wulff, 5–. Quinn, 1958.
    • "Correspondence Course." Astounding Science Fiction (April 1945). Reprinted in Famous Science-Fiction Stories: Adventures in Time and Space, ed. Raymond J. Healy and J. Francis McComas, 953–71. New York: Random House Modern Library, 1946. Reprinted in Flying Saucers, ed. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh. New York: Fawcett, 1982. Reprinted in The Great SF Stories 7 (1944), ed. Isaac Asimov, 105–. New York: Daw, 1982. Reprinted in Golden Years of Science Fiction: Fourth Series, ed. Isaac Asimov. 105–. New York: Bonanza Books, 1984. [Retro Hugo Award nominee 1996 (short story)]
    • "Cubs of the Wolf." Astounding Science Fiction 56 (November 1955).
    • "The Cybernetic Brains." Startling Stories (September 1950).
    • "The Deadly Host." Astounding Science Fiction (September 1945). Reprinted in The Toymaker, 103&ndash35. buy from Amazon
    • "Death Eternal." Fantastic Adventures 27 (October 1978).
    • "Discontinuity." Astounding Science Fiction 46 (October 1950). Reprinted in Seven Come Infinity, ed. Groff Conklin, 112–. New York: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1966.
    • ". . . Divided We Fall." Amazing Stories 24 (December 1950). Reprinted in Thrilling Science Fiction (fall 1971).
    • "Doomsday's Color-Press." Future Science Fiction (November 1952). Reprinted in Escape to Earth, ed. Ivan Howard. Belmont, 1963.
    • "Encroachment." Startling Stories 21 (March 1950).
    • "The Farthest Horizon." Astounding Science Fiction 49 (April 1952). Reprinted in Space Pioneers, ed. Andre Norton. World Publishing, 1954. Reprinted in Stories for Tomorrow, ed. William M. Sloane. Funk and Wagnalls, 1954.
    • "Fifty Million Monkeys." Astounding Science Fiction (October 1943).
    • "Flauna." In The Far Side of Time, ed. Roger Elwood. Rodd/Mead, 1974.
    • "Forecast." Astounding Science Fiction (June 1946). Reprinted in The Toymaker, 173–238. buy from Amazon
    • "The Gardener." Science Fiction Stories (July 1957). Reprinted in The Non-Statistical Man, 101–18. buy from Amazon
    • "The Gift of the Gods." Science Fiction Stories (January 1955). Reprinted in Things, ed. Ivan Howard. Belmont, 1964. Reprinted in The Learning Maze and Other Stories, ed. Roger Elwood. Julian Messner, 1974.
    • "The Great Gray Plague." Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction 68 (February 1962).
    • "The Greater Conflict." Thrilling Wonder Stories 35 (February 1950). Adapted in This Island Earth.
    • "Human Error." Worlds of If 6 (April 1956).
    • "Intermission Time." Science Fiction Quarterly 2 (May 1953). Reprinted in The Non-Statistical Man, 119–58. New York: Belmont Books, 1964. buy from Amazon
    • "I Tell You Three Times." Astounding Science Fiction 46 (February 1951).
    • "The Laughing Lion." In Science Fiction Tales, ed. Roger Elwood, 88–. New York: Rand, McNally, 1973.
    • "The Lights of Mars." In Science Fiction Adventures from Way Out, ed. Roger Elwood, 15–. Whitman, 1973.
    • "The Lions of Rome." In Flame Tree Planet: An Anthology of Religious Science-Fantasy, ed. Roger Elwood, 103–23. St. Louis: Concordia, 1973.
    • "The Martian Circe." Planet Stories 3 (summer 1947).
    • "A Matter of Culture." Fantastic Universe 6 (October 1956).
    • "The Memory of Mars." Amazing Stories 35 (December 1961).
    • "The Model Shop." Astounding Science Fiction (June 1947). Reprinted in The Toymaker, 67–102. buy from Amazon
    • "The Moon Is Death." Future Science Fiction 3 (March 1953). Reprinted in The Non-Statistical Man, 87–100. New York: Belmont Books, 1964. buy from Amazon
    • "Noise Level." Astounding Science Fiction 50 (December 1952). Reprinted in Stories for Tomorrow, ed. William Sloane. Funk and Wagnalls, 1954. Reprinted in Stories for Tomorrow, ed. William Sloane. Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1955. Reprinted in Best SF Five, ed. Edmund Crispin. London: Faber and Faber, 1963. Reprinted in Spectrum 5, ed. Kingsley Amis and Robert Conquest, 54–. Gollancz, 1966. Reprinted in The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two, ed. Harry Harrison and Brian W. Aldiss, 147–92.. New York: Doubleday, 1973. Reprinted in The Edward De Bono Science Fiction Collection, ed. George Hay, 19–. Elmfield Press, 1976.
    • "The Non-Statistical Man." Science Fiction Stories (May 1956). Reprinted in The Non-Statistical Man, 7–86. New York: Belmont Books, 1964. buy from Amazon
    • The Non-Statistical Man. New York: Belmont Books, 1964. buy from Amazon
    • "Outpost Infinity." Super Science Stories 6 (January 1950).
    • "Pacer." Astounding Science Fiction (May 1943). Reprinted in Future Kin, ed. Roger Elwood. New York: Doubleday, 1974.
    • "The Person from Porlock." Astounding Science Fiction (August 1947). Reprinted in A Treasury of Science Fiction, ed. and with an intro by Groff Conklin, 268–86. New York: Crown Publishers, 1948. Reprinted in The Ascent of Wonder: The Evolution of Hard SF, ed. David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, 635–50. New York: Tor, 1994.
    • "Pet." In Future Quest, ed. Roger Elwood. New York: Avon, 1973.
    • "Pete Can Fix It." Astounding Science Fiction (February 1947). Reprinted in Science Fiction Adventures in Dimension, ed. Groff Conklin. Vanguard, 1953. Reprinted in Adventures in Dimension, ed. Groff Conklin. Grayson, 1955.
    • "Portrait of Narcissus." Other Worlds (May 1950).
    • "Production Test." Astounding Science Fiction 44 (October 1949). Reprinted in Looking Forward. Lesser, 1953.
    • "Rat Race." Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 77 (April 1966). Reprinted in Above the Human Landscape, ed. Willis E. McNelly and Leon E. Stover, 247–. Pacific Palisades, Calif.: Goodyear Publishing, 1972. Reprinted in You and Science Fiction, ed. Bernard C. Hollister, 40–. National Textbook, 1976. [Hugo Award nominee 1967 (short story)]
    • "Reflection of a Star." In Survival from Infinity, ed. Roger Elwood, 156–74. New York: Franklin Watts, 1974.
    • "Regulations Provide." Astounding Science Fiction 45 (March 1950).
    • "Renaissance." Astounding Science Fiction (July 1944); (August 1944); (September 1944); (October 1944).
    • "Rider in the Sky." Amazing Stories 38 (November 1964).
    • "The School." Astounding Science Fiction 54 (December 1954).
    • "The Seven Jewels of Chamar." Planet Stories 3 (winter 1946).
    • "The Shroud of Secrecy." Thrilling Wonder Stories 35 (December 1949). Adapted in This Island Earth.
    • "The Star Dream." Space Science Fiction Magazine (August 1957).
    • "Starting Point." Astounding Science Fiction (February 1942).
    • "Stay Off the Moon!" Amazing Stories 36 (December 1962).
    • "A Stone and a Spear." Galaxy Science Fiction (December 1950). Reprinted in Omnibus of Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin, 420–36. New York: Bonanza/Crown, 1952. Reprinted in Strange Travels in Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin. Grayson, 1953. Reprinted in The Omnibus of Science Fiction, ed. Groff Conklin. Chatham River, 1986.
    • "The Strad Effect." Vanguard Science Fiction (June 1958).
    • "Subway to the Stars." Galaxy Science Fiction 27 (December 1968).
    • "Sunday Is Three Thousand Years Away." Thrilling Wonder Stories 36 (June 1950).
    • "Swimming Lesson." Astounding Science Fiction (April 1943).
    • "Test of the Gods." Astounding Science Fiction (September 1941).
    • "The Thinking Machine." Fantastic Universe (July 1956).
    • "Time Brother." In Children of Infinity, ed. Roger Elwood. Franklin Watts, 1973.
    • "Tools of the Trade." Astounding Science Fiction 46 (November 1950). Reprinted in Space, Space, Space, ed. William Sloane. Franklin Watts, 1953.
    • "The Touch of Your Hand." Worlds of If Science Fiction 22 (March/April 1974).
    • "The Toymaker." Astounding Science Fiction (September 1946). Reprinted in The Toymaker. buy from Amazon
    • The Toymaker. Los Angeles: Fantasy Publishing, 1951. buy from Amazon
    • "Trade Secret." Astounding Science Fiction 52 (November 1953).
    • "The Unlearned." Worlds of IF (August 1954).
    • "Utility." Astounding Science Fiction (July 1944). Reprinted in The Toymaker, 137–72. buy from Amazon
    • "The Wrong Side of Paradise." Amazing Stories 25 (August 1951).
    Jordan, James Gladu
    • "Storm Jumper." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 204–68. Vol. 10. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1994. [Writers of the Future first prize 1994]
    Jovan, Moriah  
    • "Allow Me to Introduce Myself." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon

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    Keenan, Teresa
    • "The Library." Leading Edge, no. 11 (winter 1985): 66–70.
    Kellar, Walter
    • "It Could Happen to Anyone." Leading Edge, no. 13 (winter 1987): 18–23. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 164–69.
    Kirby, Robert
    • "Saguaro." Leading Edge, no. 12 (fall 1986): 38–51.
    Kroupa, Susan J.  [forthcoming]
    • "Counting Calories." In The Age of Reason: Stories of the New Millennium, ed. Kurt Roth, 65–. SFF Net, 1999.
    • "Harden Times." Realms of Fantasy 7 (April 2001): 48–55. Reprinted in Irreantum 4 (spring 2002): 65–76.
    • "The Healer." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 311–44. Vol. 10. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1994. Reprinted in Vision Quests: Science Fiction and Fantasy Tales of Shamanism, ed. Dawn Albright and Sandra J. Hutchinson, 93–. Boston: Angelus Press, 1995. [Writers of the Future first prize 1994]
    • "Marriage Game." Realms of Fantasy 13 (October 2006): 34–37.
    • "Niman Project." In The Bones of the World: Tales from Time's End, ed. Bruce Holland Rogers. Plano, Tex.: SFF Net, 2001.
    • "Scapegoat." Realms of Fantasy 3 (October 1996): 30–39. [Nebula Award preliminary ballot 1997]
    • "That Kem May in Safe Pastures Feed." In Beyond the Last Star: Stories from the Next Beginning, ed. Sherwood Smith, 267–77. Plano, Tex.: sff.net, 2002.
    • "Tricky Coyote." In Bruce Coville's Shapeshifters, ed. Bruce Coville, 43–. New York: Avon Camelot, 1999.
    • "Walter's Christmas Night Musik." Realms of Fantasy (December 1997): 58–.
    Kugler, Christopher  [poetry]
    • "The Daguerreian." Dreaming in R'lyeh 1 (winter 2005): 12–21.
    • "Empire of the Dead. " Leading Edge, no. 50 (October 2005): 144–78.
    • "Gatecrasher." Leading Edge, no. 48 (October 2004): 92–105.
    Kurland, Lynn  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "And the Groom Wore Tulle." In Veils in Time. New York: Jove, 1999. Reprinted in Love Came Just in Time. New York: Berkley Publishing, 2001. [Paranormal Excellence Awards in Romantic Literature honorable mention 1999 (in best anthology and nominee for best novella)] buy from Amazon
    • "The Gift of Christmas Past." In The Christmas Cat, 223–320. New York: Berkley Publishing, 1996. Reprinted in Love Came Just in Time. New York: Berkley Publishing, 2001. buy from Amazon
    • "The Tale of the Two Swords." In To Weave a Web of Magic, 71–174. New York: Berkley Publishing, 2004.
    • "The Three Wise Ghosts." In Christmas Spirits. New York: Jove, 1997. Reprinted in Love Came Just in Time. New York: Berkley Publishing, 2001. buy from Amazon
    • "To Kiss in the Shadows." In Tapestry, 1–88. New York: Jove, 2002. Reprint, New York: Jove, 2006. [in Paranormal Excellence Awards in Romantic Literature Award 2002 (best anthology); Rita Award 2003 (romantic novella)]
    • "The Traveller." In A Knight's Vow. New York: Jove, 2001.
    • "A Whisper of Spring." In The Queen in Winter, 71–174. New York: Berkley Publishing, 2004.

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    Lacoe, Addie G.
    • "Act of Faith." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 92–102. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    • "Bayou Exterminator." Grue, no. 6 (1987): 74–.
    • "Breeding Will Out." Fungi (winter 1985). Reprinted in LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 103–10. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    • "Ella." Leading Edge, no. 23 (winter 1991): 18–38.
    • "Eyes of Rain." Fantasy Book 5 (December 1986): 24–. Reprinted in LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 177–83. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    • "Haun-ting." In LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 53–61. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.
    • "Let Him Ask." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 135–38. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    • "Millennial End." In LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 96–101. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.
    • "Mona." Analog Science Fiction and Fact 115 (November 1995): 84–.
    • "Near-Light." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 83–91. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    • "A Prince of the Blood." Leading Edge, no. 26 (September 1992): 7–19.
    • "The Scarlet Batling." In Things That Go Bump in the Night, ed. Jane Yolen and Martin H. Greenberg, 199–216. New York: Harper and Row, 1989.
    Lakey, Todd
    • "Dames, Games, and Insecticides." Leading Edge, no. 20/21 (fall/winter 1990): 78–87.
    Langford, Jonathan D.  [as coauthor] [nonfiction] [poetry]
    • "The Garden." Leading Edge, no. 9 (winter 1985): 26–30.
    Lankin, R. K.
    • "The Apostate." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 98–101. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    Leek, Nancy
    • "Hannah Arminia and the Angel." Exponent II 8 (summer 1982): 9–10.
    Lickiss, Alan
    • "Alternate Marketing." Analog Science Fiction and Fact 122 (January 2002): 60–.
    • "Executive Committee." Analog Science Fiction and Fact 120 (September 2000): 86–88.
    • "Kicking and Screaming Her Way to the Alter." In The Future We Wish We Had, ed. Martin H. Greenberg and Rebecca Lickiss. New York: DAW, 2007.
    • "Legal Action." In Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, ed. Dean Wesley Smith, John J. Ordover, and Paula M. Block, 17–. Vol. 5. New York: Simon and Schuster/Pocket Books, 2002.
    • "Powder Burns." In The Official Collector's Guide to Mage Knight Volume 2. Bellevue, Wash.: WizKids Publishing, 2002.
    • "Searching the Vastness of Space." In Space Pirates, ed. David Lee Summers. Full-Throttle Space Tales no. 1. Denver: Flying Pen Press, 2008.
    • "Water Goeth Before the Fall." In All Hell Breaking Loose, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, 128–38. New York: DAW, 2005.

      and Rebecca Lickiss

    • "Martian Invaders Meet Mom!" Leading Edge, no. 33 (October 1996): 38–48.
    Lickiss, Rebecca  [novels] [as coauthor]
    • "The Left Hand and the Right Hand." Analog Science Fiction and Fact 119 (October 1999): 80–81.
    • "The Prophecy of Symon the Inept." In Fate Fantastic, ed. Martin H. Greenberg and Daniel M. Hoyt. New York: DAW, 2007.
    • "Spring Break." In Gateways, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, 157–72. New York: DAW, 2005.
    • "Time in Purgatory." In Cosmic Tales: Adentures in Sol System, ed. T. K. F. Weisskopf, 194–239. New York: Baen, 2004.

      and Sarah A. Hoyt

    • "If I Lose Thee." In Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, ed. Dean Wesley Smith, John J. Ordover, and Paula M. Block, 3–. Vol. 3. New York: Simon and Schuster/Pocket Books, 2000. [first place]

      and Martin H. Greenberg, eds.

    • The Future We Wish We Had. New York: Daw, 2007.
    Lindsay, Randy  [novels]
    • "A Coyote's Tale." In Mythic Tales: City of the Gods, ed. Michael J. Evans and Harrison Graves, 91–102. Scottsdale, Ariz.: Raven Press, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "Waste Not, Die Not." In Attack! of the B-Movie Monsters: Night of the Gigantis, ed. Harrison Graves, 69–83. Grinning Skull Press, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "You Better Watch Out." In O Little Town of Dethlehem: An Anthology of Holiday Horrors for Charity, ed. Michael J. Evans and Harrison Graves, 98–100. Grinning Skull Press, 2013. buy from Amazon
    Littke, Lael J.  [novels]
    • "The Bantam Phantom." In Spirits, Spooks, and Other Sinister Creatures, ed. Helen Hoke, 33–39. New York: Franklin Watts, 1984.
    • "The Phantom Motor Home." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 128–34. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    Lofthouse, Angie  [novels] Loomis, Jerry Emerson
    • "Cyrano de Cybernet." New Era 3 (February 1973): 20–. Reprinted in New Era 10 (January–February 1981): 23–
    • "Take Me Out to the Games Machine." New Era 2 (May 1972): 21–
    Lowe, Eric  [as coauthor]
    • "Mind Your Mother." Leading Edge, no. 16 (winter 1988): 6–23.
    • "Naked Face in a Dirty Mirror." Leading Edge, no. 17 (summer 1988): 12–28.
    • "Pepsi Bravo Alpha." Leading Edge, no. 20/21 (fall/winter 1990): 38–56.
    • "The Tao of Rain and Water." Leading Edge, no. 19 (September 1989): 82–97. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 48–63.
    • "To Fly." Leading Edge, no. 18 (January 1989): 8–23.

      [as Ty Ngok]

    • "To Submerge in a Sky of Crimson." Leading Edge, no. 23 (winter 1991): 72–97.

      and Kathy Lowe

    • "Crisis Line." Leading Edge, no. 22 (fall 1990): 62–77.
    Lower, Lois
    • "Martha's Window." Leading Edge, no. 9 (winter 1985): 64–69.

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    Mah, Emily  
    • "Across the Sea." In The Dragon and the Stars, ed. Derwin Mak and Eric Choi. New York: Daw Books, 2010. [in Prix Aurora Award 2011 (best English related work)] buy from Amazon
    • "Darwin's Gambit." Analog Science Fiction & Fact (June 2012).
    • "Last Flight of the Lóng Qíshì." In Shanghai Steam, ed. Ace Jordyn, Calvin D. Jim, and RenŽe Bennett, 85–89. Calgary: Absolute XPress, 2012. buy from amazon
    • "Hostile Environment." Analog Science Fiction & Fact (September 2011).
    • "The River People." Black Gate, no. 15 (spring 2010).
    • "Polar Shift." In Polaris: A Celebration of Polar Science, ed. Julie E. Czerneda, 25–49. Red Deer, Alberta: Red Deer Press, 2007.
    Markham, Tony  [novels]
    • "The Brave, the Knave, and the Cave." Leading Edge, no. 2 (n.d.): 54–61.
    Martinson, Tyrean  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • Dragonfold and Other Adventures. Wings of Light Publishing, 2013. buy from Amazon
    McArthur, T. V.  
    • "The Blues Devil." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    McClellan, Brian[forthcoming]
    • "Duck Hunt." Leading Edge, no. 53 (April 2007): 22–27.
    Meyer, Stephenie  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "Hell on Earth." In Prom Nights from Hell. New York: HarperTeen, 2007.
    Merrill, Kristy
    • "The White Flash." Leading Edge, no. 7 (1984): 32–36.
    Milliner, Chad R.
    • "Fire and Brimstone." Leading Edge, no. 11 (winter 1985): 24–29.
    Milner, Emily  
    • "The Living Wife." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    [Monson], Danielle E. Dabbs
    • "Arriki." In Isaac Asimov's Tomorrow's Voices, ed. the editors of Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, 250–76. New York: Dial Press, 1984.
    Morgan, Grant Avery
    • "Oh, Jungleland." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 138–95. Vol. 11. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1995. [Writers of the Future third prize 1995]
    • "Wings." Leading Edge, no. 29 (August 1994): 49–60.
    Morgan, J. Lloyd  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "The Reluctant Wanderer." In Who the West Was Wicked, ed. Jessy Marie Roberts. Chadron, Neb.: Pill Hill Press, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Morris, William  
    • "Dark Watch." Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 46 (Fall 2013): 181–202.

      and Eric W. Jepson, eds.  [stories]

    • Monsters and Mormons. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Morrison, Steve  
    • "Mormon Golem." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Mykals, Wayne
    • "A Midsummer Morning's Nightmare." In LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 177–82. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.

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    Nelson, Danny  
    • "The World." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Newell, Neil K.  [novels]
    • "A Place in Time." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 46–62. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    Nicita, Carolyn
    • "Defective Program." Final Punteer (1987).
    • "Eye Hath Not Seen." Leading Edge, no. 6 (n.d.): 14–21. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 126–33.
    • "Mechanical Assistance." Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction 2 (June 1994): 2–12.
    • "My Cruise." Leading Edge, no. 19 (September 1989): 42–46.
    • "Recycling." Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction 1 (July 1993): 72–.
    • "Siege." Leading Edge, no. 17 (summer 1988): 6–10.
    • "Solitude." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 28–41. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. buy from Amazon

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    O'Sullivan, Cara Bullinger  [nonfiction] [poetry]
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    • "The Laura Symphony." Leading Edge, no. 2 (n.d.): 63–72.
    • "Return to Coole." Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction 2 (August 1994): 71–80.

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    Parkin, Scott R.  [nonfiction]
    • "Empty Every Night." Leading Edge, no. 20/21 (fall/winter 1990): 64–76.
    • "Of Cats and Disease and Goodness." Irreantum, no. 4 (winter 1999–2000): 30–37. Reprinted as "Of Cats." Leading Edge, no. 41 (April 2001): 6–17.
    • "Ratchet." Leading Edge, no. 20/21 (fall/winter 1990): 158–85.
    • "SSIN." Leading Edge, no. 15 (fall 1987): 7–15.
    • "Standard Operating Procedure." Leading Edge, no. 19 (September 1989): 6–17. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 88–100.
    • "There Is a Season." Leading Edge, no. 30 (February 1995): 7–25. Reprinted in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, no. 38 (winter 1998): 34–41.
    • "A Time to Grow." Leading Edge, no. 18 (January 1989): 24–32.
    • "Within Limits." Irreantum 3 (summer 2001): 64–68
    Parry, Jay A.  [as coauthor]
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    • "Moulder Moulder." In Chrysalis 10, ed. Roy Torgeson. New York: Doubleday, 1983.
    • "Roboroots." Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine 2 (March/April 1978). Reprinted in Asimov's Choice: Comets and Computers, ed. George H. Scithers. New York: Davis, 1978.
    Peck, Steven L.  [novels] [poetry]
    • "A Classical Haunting." Lissette's Tales of the Imagination, no. 5 (December 2012). buy from publisher
    • "Demode." Nature Physics | Futures 10 (January 2014): 80–.
    • "The Five Known Sutras of Mechanical Man." Tales of the Talisman 6, no. 2 (2011).
    • "Let the Mountains Tremble for Adoniha Has Fallen." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • "Plague Ship." In Space Eldritch II: The Haunted Stars, ed. Nathan Shumate, 69–92. Cold Fusion Media, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "Stratton Yellows." Warp and Weave 9, no. 2 (April 2011).
    Peterson, Erik  
    • "Bichos." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • "You'll See It When It's Finished." Leading Edge, no. 37 (March 1999): 99–102.
    Pike, Aprilynne  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "Nature." In Defy the Dark, ed. Saundra Mitchell, 21–49. New York: HarperTeen, 2013. buy from Amazon
    Piserchia, Doris  [stories]
    • "A Brilliant Curiosity." In Orbit 16, ed. Damun Knight, 102–129. New York: Bantam Books, 1976.
    • "Deathrights Deferred." In Science Fiction Discoveries, ed. Carol and Frederik Pohl, 131–. New York: Bantam Books, 1976.
    • "Empty Eden." Worlds of If 21 (November–December 1972): 161–.
    • "Half the Kingdom." In Orbit 12, ed. Damon Knight, 228–. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1973.
    • "Idio." In Orbit 13, ed. Damon Knight, 107–. New York: Berkley/Putnam, 1974.
    • "Last Train from Earth." Worlds of If 21 (July–August 1972): 51–.
    • "Limited Accommodations." In Crisis, ed. Roger Elwood, 77–. New York: Thomas Nelson, 1974.
    • "Naked and Afraid I Go." In Orbit 13, ed. Damon Knight, 181–. New York: Berkley/Putnam, 1974.
    • "Nature's Children." Galaxy 35 (September 1974): 33–.
    • "Pale Hands." In Orbit 15, ed. Damon Knight, 28– New York: Harper and Row, 1974.
    • "Quarantine." Galaxy 34 (September 1973): 110–. Reprinted in The Best from Galaxy, Volume II, 126–. Award Books, 1974.
    • "Rocket to Gehenna." Fantastic 16 (September 1966): 146–.
    • "Sheltering Dream." Worlds of If 21 (January–February 1972): 134–. Reprinted in Best Science Fiction for 1972, ed. Frederik Pohl, 113–. Reprinted in Reflections of the Future, ed. Russell Hill, 112–. Ginn and Company, 1975.
    • "Substance and Shadow." Galaxy 35 (May 1974): 120–.
    • "A Typical Day." Galaxy 34 (March 1974): 74–. Reprinted in Best SF: 1974, ed. Harry Harrison and Brian W. Aldiss, 228–. New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1975. Reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction No. 8, ed. Harry Harrison and Brian W. Aldiss. England: Sphere, 1976. Reprinted in Top Science Fiction: The Authors' Choice, ed. Josh Pachter, 231–. England: J. M. Dent, 1984.
    • "Unbiased God." Galaxy 34 (December 1973): 58–.
    Pratt, Parley P.  [novels]
    • "A Dialogue between Joseph Smith and the Devil." New York Herald, January 1, 1884. Reprint. Salt Lake City: Hyrum Parry and Co., 1884. Published as a pamphlet [New York?: Prophet Office? 1845]. Reprinted in A Believing People: Literature of the Latter-day Saints, ed. Richard L. Cracroft and Neal A. Lambert. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 1974. Reprinted in Pre-assasination Writings of Parley P. Pratt, comp. Jerry Burnett and Charles Pope. Mormon Collector series, vol. 4. Salt Lake City: Mormon Heritage Publishers, 1976. Reprinted as "Joseph Smith's Dialogue with the Devil" in LDSF 2, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 37–47. Reprinted in The Essential Parley P. Pratt. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1990. 31–40.
    Pugmire, W. H.  [forthcoming]
    • Dreams of Lovecraftian Horror. Mythos Books, 1999. buy from Amazon
    • The Fungal Stain and Other Dreams. Hippocampus Press, 2006. buy from Amazon
    • "Recompense of Sorrow." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, October 31, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • Sesqua Valley and Other Haunts. Delirium Books, 2003. Mythos Books, 2008. buy from Amazon
    • The Strange Dark One. Lakeland, Fla.: Miskatonic River Press, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • Tales of Sesqua Valley. Westborough, Mass.: Necropolitan Press, 1997.
    • Weird Inhabitants of Sesqua Valley. CreateSpace, 2009. buy from Amazon

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    Quincy, Norman L.
    • "That's Not Kosher." Leading Edge, no. 17 (summer 1988): 38–44. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 22–28.

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    Rada, James, Jr.  [novels]
    • "Beauty's Kiss: A Fairy Tale." Dreams of Decadence, no. 1 (fall/winter 1995): 25–.
    • "Confessions." Ultimate Unknown, no. 10 (winter 1998): 3–.
    • "Dragon Path." Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, no. 29 (fall 1995): 50–51.
    • "Johnnycake Road." White Knuckles 1 (winter 1996): 39–.
    • "A Letter from a Dead Man." Ultimate Unknown, no. 5 (fall 1996): 16–.
    • "The Man Who Hated His Name." Thin Ice, no. 17 (1995): 30–.
    • "Transfusion." Haunts, no. 31 (spring/summer 1996): 11–.
    Reed, Michael W. [as Romann Schreiber]
    • "'Starman, Why Weepest Thou?'" Leading Edge, no. 1 (April 1981): 41–48.
    • "Senji." Leading Edge, no. 2 (n.d.): 7–18.
    Reed, Rayda
    • "Rocksong." Leading Edge, no. 7 (1984): 4–13.
    • "Star-Rigger." Leading Edge, no. 2 (n.d.): 72–76.
    Reeve, Richard M.
    • "The First Door." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 78–84. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    Reid, Carter  [short stories] Remy, John Nakamura  
    • "Traitors and Tyrants: A Wives of Erasmus Adventure." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Roberts, Scott M.  [forthcoming]
    • "Blackberry Witch." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Algis Budrys. Vol. 21. Hollywood, Calif.: Galaxy Press, 2005. [Writers of the Future second prize 2005]
    • "The End-of-the-World Pool." In InterGalactic Awards Anthology, Volume 1 ed. Orson Scott Card and Edmund R. Schubert. New York: Tor, 2012. [Reprinted from IGMS, no. 12 (May 2009)] buy from Amazon
    • "Eviction Notice." In Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, Volume 1, ed. Edmund R. Schubert and Orson Scott Card, 229–47. New York: Tor, 2008. [Originally published in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, no. 1 (October 2005)] buy from Amazon
    • "Out of the Deep I Have Howled unto Thee." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Rossi, Carl A.
    • "The StudentMaster." Leading Edge, no. 23 (winter 1991): 40–44.
    Rush, Connie Rugh
    • "The Only Sure Escape." Leading Edge, no. 8 (fall 1984): 80–90.

    S

    Salmon, Will  [poetry]
    • "The Forbidden Room." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 176. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    Sampson, Bryton  
    • "The Mission Story." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Sanderson, Brandon  [nonfiction] [novels] [forthcoming] [about] [as co-author]
    • "Defending Elysium." Asimov's Science Fiction (October/November 2008): 94–124.
    • "Defending Elysium" and "Firstborn." [double book] self; convention exclusive.
    • The Emperor's Soul. Tachyon Publications, 2012. [Hugo award 2013 (novelette)] buy from Amazon
    • "Firstborn." Leading Edge, no. 50 (October 2005): 6–50.
    • "Shadows for Silence in the Forests of Hell." In Dangerous Women, ed. George R. R Martin and Gardner Dozois. 2013. buy from Amazon

    and Robert Jordan

  • "River of Souls." In Unfettered, ed. Shawn Speakman. Seattle: Grim Oak Press, 2013. Scott, Stephen
    • "Entry." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 28–30. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    [Setzer], Lee Ann Layton
    • "Ogrespeak." Leading Edge, no. 27 (June 1993): 74–96.
    • "The Wood Wraith of Mizelwort." Leading Edge, no. 14 (summer 1987): 78–91.
    Shelley, Rebecca  [novels]
    • "Mirror Image." Beyond Centauri, no. 1 (June 1993).
    • "Roots and Branches." Reprinted in Invitations, ed. Tyree Campbell. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Sam's Dot Publishing, 2004. [originally published online in DKA Magazine]
    • "Thinking of Death." Dreams and Visions, no. 34 (March 2005).
    • "Woodworking." Aoife's Kiss 3 (September 2004).
    Shumate, Nathan  [novels]
    • "Full Dark." In Space Eldritch II: The Haunted Stars, ed. Nathan Shumate, 221–246. Cold Fusion Media, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "The Menace under Mars." In Space Eldritch, ed. Nathan Shumate. CreateSpace, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "Other Duties." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • "Trading with the Ruks." In Finding Home: Community in Apocalyptic Worlds. Timid Pirate Publishing, 2011.
    Shunn, [D.] William
    • An Alternate History of the 21st Century. Bettendorf, Iowa: Spilt Milk Press, 2008. [contains "Observations from the City of Angels," "Strong Medicine," "Objective Impermeability in a Closed System," and "Not of This Fold"]
    • "Celestial Mechanics." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 90 (March 1996): 109–12.
    • "Cut without Hands." In LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 163–68. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.
    • "Dance of the Yellow-Breasted Luddites." In Vanishing Acts, ed. Ellen Datlow, 165–212. New York: Tor, 2000. [Nebula Award nominee 2001 (novelette)]
    • "The Day Pietro Coppino Spoke to the Mountain." Realms of Fantasy 10 (October 2003): 76–82, 116. [Association for Mormon Letters honorable mention 2003 (short fiction)]
    • "The Diagnostic Feast." In Beyond the Last Star: Stories from the Next Beginning, ed. Sherwood Smith, 67–82. Plano, Tex.: sff.net, 2002.
    • "Divided by Time." Realms of Fantasy 10 (December 2003): 60–65, 96.
    • "From Our Point of View We Had Moved to the Left." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 84 (February 1993): 33–48. Reprinted in An Alternate History of the 21st Century. Spilt Milk Press, 2008.
    • "The Ice Queen." Storyteller 11 (Winter 2004): 3–6.
    • "Inclination." Asimov's Science Fiction 30 (April/May 2006): 24–58. [Nebula Award finalist 2007]
    • "In the Dark." Science Fiction Age 1 (September 1993): 70–73, 87–89.
    • "Kevin17." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 88 (Feburary 1995): 8–18. Reprinted in An Alternate History of the 21st Century. Spilt Milk Press, 2008.
    • "Mrs. Janokowski Hits One Out of the Park." Electric Velocipede, no. 4 (spring 2003): 23–24.
    • "The Practical Ramifications of Interstellar Packet Loss." Science Fiction Age 6 (September 1998): 72–75. [Nebula Award preliminary ballot 1999]
    • "Rise Up, Ye Women That Are at Ease." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 99–110. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. buy from Amazon
    • "Stalin's Candy." Realms of Fantasy 5 (June 1999): 60–64.
    • "Strong Medicine." Reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-First Annual Collection, ed. Gardner Dozois. New York: St. Martin's Griffin, July 2004. Reprinted in An Alternate History of the 21st Century. Spilt Milk Press, 2008. [originally published in Salon]
    • "Two Paths in the Forrest Toulemonde." Science Fiction Age 2 (January 1994): 40–45.
    • "The Veil beyond the Veil." Realms of Fantasy 8 (April 2002): 78–83. [Nebula Award preliminary ballot 2003]
    • "Why I Think I'll Be Staying Home Tonight." Electric Velocipede, no. 6 (spring 2004).

      [as Perry Slaughter]

    • "Optical Allusions." Electric Velocipede, no. 7 (fall 2004).
    Skarstedt, Ethan  [nonfiction] Skarstedt, Mark
    • "The Inclusion." Leading Edge, no. 41 (April 2001): 183–235.
    Smith, Lareena  [as coauthor] [as another coauthor]
    • "Eternity on Hold." Leading Edge, no. 9 (winter 1985): 18–21.
    • "The Fractured Boy." Leading Edge, no. 5. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 30–39.
    • "Sunfinder." Leading Edge, no. 6 (n.d.): 58–63.
    Smith, Scott S.
    • "And Ever the Twain Shall Meet." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 111–13. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    • "The Children of Michael." In LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 118–21. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.

      and Vickie Smith, eds.

    • LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    Stay, Douglas
    • "Small Parts." Leading Edge, no. 29 (August 1994): 90–99.
    • "Thorncrown." Leading Edge, no. 35 (February 1998): 34–47.
    Stephens, Berin  [novels]
    • "Fun with Weed Eradication." Wandering Weeds: Tales of Rabid Vegetation, ed. Jaleta Clegg and Frances Pauli. CreateSpace, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "Sacked." Warp and Weave 7 (Spring 2009).
    Stephenson, Dale J.
    • "Heroes Are Born, Not Made." Leading Edge, no. 13 (winter 1987): 34–43.
    Stone, Eric James  [forthcoming]
    • "American Banshee." In Blood Lite 2: Overbite, ed. Kevin J. Anderson. Gallery, 2010. preorder from Amazon
    • "The Ashes of His Fathers." Analog (May 2008).
    • "Attitude Adjustment." Analog (September 2009). Reprinted in The Year's Best SF 15, ed. David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, 457–69. New York: Eos, 2010. buy from Amazon
    • "Betrayer of Trees." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Algis Budrys. Vol. 21. Hollywood, Calif.: Galaxy Press, 2005. [Writers of the Future second prize 2005]
    • "Bird Dropping and Sunday." In The Immersion Book of Science Fiction, ed. Carmelo Rafala. Immersion Press, 2010. buy from Amazon
    • "The Final Element." Analog 129 (April 2009): 44–48.
    • "The Greatest Science Fiction Story Ever Written." Nature 467 (October 28, 2010): 1146.
    • "The Humans in the Walls." In Space Eldritch II: The Haunted Stars, ed. Nathan Shumate, 151–220. Cold Fusion Media, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "In Memory." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Algis Budrys, 148–62. Vol. 20. Hollywood, Calif: Galaxy Press, 2004. [Writers of the Future published finalist 2004]
    • "Lobstersaurus." Analog Science Fiction (May 2012).
    • "Loophole." Warp & Weave 4 (May 2006): 15–20.
    • "The Man Who Moved the Moon." In All the Rage This Year: The Phobos Science Fiction Anthology 3, ed. Keith Olexa, 93–115. New York: Phobos Books, 2004. [a winner of the 3rd annual Phobos Fiction Contest]
    • "Nine Tenths of the Law." In Blood Lite 3: Taste Funny, ed. Kevin J. Anderson. New York: Gallery, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • "P.R. Problems." In Blood Lite: An Anthology of Humorous Horror Stories Presented by the Horror Writers Association, ed. Kevin J. Anderson. New York: Pocket, 2008. [Paranormal Excellence Awards in Romantic Literature nominee 2008 (in paranormal anthology)]
    • "Rejiggering the Thingamajig." Analog (January/February 2010).
    • Rejiggering the Thingamajig and Other Stories. Philadelphia: Paper Golem, 2011. [includes "The Day the Music Died"] buy from Amazon
    • "Resonance." Analog Science Fiction (September 2005).
    • "The Robot Sorcerer." In InterGalactic Awards Anthology, Volume 1 ed. Orson Scott Card and Edmund R. Schubert. New York: Tor, 2012. [Reprinted from IGMS, no. 10 (December 2008)] buy from Amazon
    • "Salt of Judas." In Prime Codex: The Hungry Edge of Speculative Fiction, ed. Lawrence M. Schoen and Michael Livingston. Paper Golem, 2007. Reprint from Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show (March 2006) [electronic].
    • "Tabloid Reporter to the Stars." In Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, Volume 1, ed. Edmund R. Schubert and Orson Scott Card, 89–119. New York: Tor, 2008. buy from Amazon Reprinted in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show: Big Book of SF Novelettes, ed. Orson Scott Card and Edmund R. Schubert. Greensboro, N.C.: Hatrack River, 2013. buy from Amazon [Originally published in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, no. 4 (February 2007)]
    • "Taint of Treason." In Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, Volume 1, ed. Edmund R. Schubert and Orson Scott Card, 379–82. New York: Tor, 2008. [Originally published in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, no. 1 (October 2005)] buy from Amazon
    • "That Leviathan, Whom Thou Hast Made." Analog Science Fiction & Fact 130 (September 2010). Reprinted in Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon[Hugo Award nominee 2011 (novelette); Nebula Award 2010 (novelette)]
    • "To Serve Aliens: (Yes, It's a Cookbook)." Analog Science Fiction (April 2012).
    • "Upgrade." Analog Science Fiction (December 2006).
    Straubhaar, Sandy  [nonfiction]
    • "The Management Switches over to Plan B." In LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 144–50. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.
    Summers, David
    • "The Ghost Squadron." Leading Edge, no. 20/21 (fall/winter 1990): 8–31.

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    Tayler, Howard  [nonfiction]
    • "Flight of the Runewright." In Space Eldritch, ed. Nathan Shumate. CreateSpace, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "Fall of the Runewrought." In Space Eldritch II: The Haunted Stars, ed. Nathan Shumate, 247–90. Cold Fusion Media, 2013. buy from Amazon
    Tayler, Sandra
    • "Immigrant." In Ages of Wonder, ed. Julie E. Czerneda and Robert St. Martin, 168–81. New York: Daw, 2009. buy from Amazon
    Taylor, Samuel W.  [novels] Thatcher, [Bruce] Franklin  [nonfiction]
    • "By Other Windings." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Algis Budrys, 233–76. Vol. 15. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1999. [Writers of the Future first prize 1999]
    • "I Am Become Death." In Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, ed. Dean Wesley Smith, 184–. Vol. 2. New York: Simon and Schuster/Pocket Books, 1999.
    • "In Sorrow Bring Forth Children." Realms of Fantasy 7 (June 2001): 56–59, 80.
    • "Lightning Boy." Talebones, no. 9 (fall 1997): 28–35.
    • "The Lion Sleeps." Irreantum 2 (autumn 2000): 45–51.
    • "Luther and the Dragon." Realms of Fantasy 7 (October 2000): 40–44; 7 (December 2000): 12.
    • "Of Cabbages and Kings." In Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, ed. Dean Wesley Smith, 156–74. New York: Pocket Books, 1998. [second prize]
    Thornley, Diann  [novels]
    • Chapter 1 of Holy Wars. Irreantum 2 (winter 2001): 55–62.
    • "A Distant Legacy." Leading Edge, no. 6 (n.d.): 96–106.
    • "The Misplaced Space Case." Leading Edge, no. 2 (n.d.): 83–92.
    • "Thunderbird's Egg." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 129–44. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. Reprinted in MINERVA: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 16 (spring 1998): 17–. buy from Amazon
    Tilton, Kitty Carr
    • "The Gift." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 132–37.
    • "Questions." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 138–40. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    Todd, P. Karen
    • "The Test." Leading Edge, no. 7 (1984): 66–70.
    Torgersen, Brad R.  [forthcoming] [as coauthor]
    • "The Bricks of Eta Cassiopeiea." In Beyond the Sun, ed. Bryan Thomas Schmidt. Fairwood Press, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "The Bullfrog Radio Astronomy Project." Analog Science Fiction & Fact (October 2011).
    • "The Chaplain's Assistant." Analog Science Fiction & Fact (September 2011).
    • "The Chaplain's Legacy." Analog Science Fiction and Fact (July/August 2013).
    • "The Curse of Sally Tincakes." In Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show: Big Book of SF Novelettes, ed. Orson Scott Card and Edmund R. Schubert. Greensboro, N.C.: Hatrack River, 2013. buy from Amazon [Originally published in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, no. 28 (May 2012)]
    • "Exanastasis." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. K. D. Wentworth, 185–222. Vol. 26. Los Angeles: Galaxy Press, 2010. [Writers of the Future third prize 2010] buy from Amazon
    • "The Exchange Officers." Analog Science Fiction and Fact (January/February 2012).
    • "The Flamingo Girl." Galaxy's Edge, no. 2 (May 2013): 21–31.
    • "Footprints." Licton Springs Review (spring 2002).
    • "Life Flight." Analog Science Fiction and Fact (March 2014).
    • Lights in the Deep. Monument, Colo.: WordFire Press, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "Outbound." Analog Science Fiction and Fact 130 (November 2010): 84–103. [Analog Analytical Laboratory 2010 (novelette)]
    • "Ray of Light." Analog Science Fiction and Fact (December 2011). Reprinted in Nebula Awards Showcase 2013, ed. Catherine Asaro. Pyr Books, 2013. [Nebula Award finalist 2012 (novelette); Hugo Award finalist 2012 (novelette)] buy from Amazon

      and Alastair Mayer

    • "Strobe Effect." Analog Science Fiction and Fact (November 2012).

      and Mike Resnick

    • "Guard Dog." In Space Battles: Full Throttle Space Tales #6, ed. Bryan Thomas Schmidt. Philadelphia: Flying Penn Press, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "Peacekeeper." In The Mammoth Book of SF Wars, ed. Ian Watson and Ian Whates. London: Robinson; Philadelphia: Flying Penn Press, 2012. buy from Amazon
    Tucker, James
    • "The Man in the Wall." Leading Edge, no. 4 (n.d.): 38–47.
    Tuckfield, Bridgette  
    • "Experimenting with Life at Extraordinary Depths." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Tunnell, Michael O.  [nonfiction] [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "Dry Spell." In Dreams and Visions: Fourteen Flights of Fantasy, ed. M. Jerry Weiss and Helen S. Weiss, 70–88. New York: Tor Starscape, 2006.

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    Urrutia, Benjamin  [nonfiction] [poetry]
    • "Azavel's Monsters." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 143–44. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    • "Return to Elfland." Wye (spring 1972).
    • "The Sinful Solution." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 185–87. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    • "A Visit to the Holy Land: Being a Sequel to Mr. Charles Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol.'" In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 21–24. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    • "The Western Plain of the Free State of Dorimare." Pellennorath, no. 3 (June 15, 1981).

      [as Frederick Albert Israelsen]

    • "The Last Gentile." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 9–11. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    • "The Umbrella." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 141. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.

      ———, editor

    • LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.
    • LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.

    V

    Vasicek, Joseph  [poetry]
    • "Decision LZ1527." Leading Edge, no. 58 (December 2009).
    Vestal, Kirk
    • "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2017 A.D." In LDSF: Science Fiction by and for Mormons, ed. Scott Smith and Vickie Smith, 39–45. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Millennial Productions, 1982.
    Vose, Greg
    • "The Luckiest Man." Galaxy, no. 4 (July/August 1994): 21–.

    W

    Walch, Karen  [poetry]
    • "Bear Hunt." Leading Edge, no. 30 (Feburary 1995): 65–75.
    Warnock, Charmayne Gubler
    • "Nightshade (a novel excerpt)." Irreantum 11, nos. 1–2 (2009): 101–27.
    Watson, James
    • "Alice, Really." Leading Edge, no. 9 (winter 1985): 70–77.
    • "Standard Procedure." Leading Edge, no. 7 (1984): 53–60.
    Wells, Daniel A.  [nonfiction] [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "The Amazing Adventures of George." Leading Edge, no. 40 (September 2000): 23–31.
    • "Charybdis." Leading Edge, no. 61 (June 2011): 6–12.
    • "The Mountain of the Lord." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    West, Brook  [as coauthor]
    • "Conservation of Probability." Galaxy, no. 3 (May/June 1994): 73–.
    • "A Portion for Foxes." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 271–303. Vol. 11. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1995. [Writers of the Future published finalist 1995]
    West, David J.  [forthcoming]
    • "The Dogs of War." In Thunder on the Battlefield: Sword, ed. James R. Tuck. Seventh Star Press, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "Fangs of a Dragon." In Monsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • "A Fistfull of Tengu." In Monk Punk, ed. A. J. French. Static Movement, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • "Garden of Legion." In Wandering Weeds: Tales of Rabid Vegetation, ed. Jaleta Clegg and Frances Pauli. CreateSpace, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "Gods in Darkness." In Space Eldritch, ed. Nathan Shumate. CreateSpace, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "The Hand of Fate." In Shadows and Light, Volume II, ed. Alva J. Roberts. Pill Hill Press, 2011.
    • "The Queen in Shadow." In Space Eldritch II: The Haunted Stars, ed. Nathan Shumate, 131–150. Cold Fusion Media, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "Tangle Crowned Devil." In Unnatural Tales of the Jackalope, ed. John Palisano, 49&ndash58. Hollywood, Calif.: Western Legends Press, 2012. buy from Amazon
    • "Whispers of the Goddess." N.p.: CreateSpace, 2014. buy from Amazon
    • "Why Crows Steal Shiny Things." In 100 Worlds, ed. David Nell, 49&ndash58. Dreamscape Press, 2013. buy from Amazon
    West, Julia H.
    • "Granpa Is Missing on Mars Tranship Two." Spider (November 1997). Reprinted in Nelson Language Supplementary Readings, Grade 6. Canada: ITP Nelson, 1998.
    • "Power Sources." Realms of Fantasy 10 (February 2004): 70–78, 96–97.
    • "Sea of Chaos." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Dave Wolverton, 222–70. Vol. 11. Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, 1995. [Writers of the Future first/grand prize 1995]

      and Brook West

    • "The Peachwood Flute." In The Shimmering Door, ed. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg, 367–. New York: HarperPrism, 1996.
    • "Weeds." In Enchanted Forests, ed. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg, 84–. New York: DAW Books, 1995.
    Weyland, Jack
    • "Ask Dr. Goodstate, Your Factory-Trained Quantum Mechanic." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 152–59. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    • "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood." In LDSF 2: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 151–61. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1985.
    White, Kiersten  [novels] [forthcoming]
    • "Tick, Tick, Boom." In Corsets and Clockwork: 13 Steampunk Romances. Ed. Tricia Telep. Philadelphia: Running Press Kids, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • short story. In Leading Edge, no. 55.
    Willis, Dan  [novels]
    • "Lake of Death." In The Search for Power: Dragons from the War of Souls, 127–51. Renton, Wash.: Wizards of the Coast, 2004.
    Wolverton, Dave  [nonfiction] [novels] [about]
    • "After a Lean Winter." Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 90 (March 1996): 140–60. Reprinted in War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, 242–62. New York: Bantam: 1996. Reprinted in Year's Best SF 2, ed. David G. Hartwell, 1–. New York: HarperPrism, 1997. [Nebula Award nominee 1996 (novelette)]
    • "A Free Quarren in the Palace: Tessek's Tale." In Star Wars: Tales from Jabba's Palace, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, 295–316 New York: Bantam, 1996. Reprinted in Star Wars Tales, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, 765–79. SFBC, 1997.
    • "In the Teeth of Glory.". In David Copperfield's Tales of the Impossible, ed. David Copperfield, Janet Berliner, and Martin H. Greenberg, 317–. New York: HarperPrism, 1995.
    • "My Favorite Christmas." In Christmas Forever, ed. David G. Hartwell, 29–60. New York: Tor, 1993. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 41 (April 2001): 107–36. Reprinted as by David Farland in A Fantastic Holiday Season, vol. 1, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, 91–130. Monument, Colo.: WordFire, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "On My Way to Paradise." In L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, ed. Algis Budrys, 364–420. Vol. 3. Los Angeles: Bridge, 1987. Reprinted in L. Ron Hubbard Presents the Best of Writers of the Future, ed. Algis Budrys, 306–46. Los Angeles, Bridge Publications, 2000. [Writers of the Future first/grand prize 1987]
    • "Payback: The Tale of Dengar." In Star Wars: Tales of the Bounty Hunters, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, 73–146. New York: Bantam, 1996. Reprinted in Star Wars Tales, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, 358–410. SFBC, 1997.
    • "The Sand Tender: The Hammerhead's Tale." In Star Wars: Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, 131–53. New York: Bantam, 1995. Reprinted in Star Wars Tales, ed. Kevin J. Anderson, 107–23. SFBC, 1997.
    • "Siren Song at Midnight." In The Ultimate Dinosaur, ed. Byron Preiss and Robert Silverberg, 64–76. New York: Bantam Spectra, 1992. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 50 (October 2005): 172–89.
    • "The Sky Is an Open Highway." Leading Edge, no. 10 (fall 1985): 36–51. Reprinted in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine 12 (July 1988): 94–. Reprinted in Leading Edge, no. 24 (September 1991): 74–92.
    • "The Stone Mother's Curse." In Return to Avalon, ed. Jennifer Roberson and Martin H. Greenberg, 275–302. New York: DAW, 1996.
    • "To Caress the Face of God." In Hotel Andromeda, ed. Jack L. Chalker, 123–36. New York: Ace, 1994.
    • "We Blazed." In Peter S. Beagle's Immortal Unicorn, ed. Peter S. Beagle, Janet Berliner, and Martin H. Greenberg, 507–28. New York: HarperPrism, 1995. Reprinted in VB Tech Journal (April 1996). Reprinted as by David Farland in Leading Edge, no. 61 (June 2011): 100–115.
    • "Wheatfields Beyond." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 1–27. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. Reprinted in Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction 2 (June 1994): 32–45. buy from Amazon

      [as David Farland]  [novels] [forthcoming]

    • "Barbarians." In Fiction River: Unnatural Worlds, ed. Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, 229–48. Lincoln City, Ore.: WMG Publishing, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "Dead Blue." In Oz Reimagined: New Tales from the Emerald City and Beyond, ed. John Joseph Adams and Douglas Cohen. 47North, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "Homo Perfectus." In The Mad Scientist's Guide to World Domination: Original Short Fiction for the Modern Evil Genius, ed. John Joseph Adams. New York: Tor Books, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "The Mooncalfe." In Out of Avalon, ed. Jennifer Roberson, 139–64. New York: Penguin/Roc, 2001. Reprinted in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, no. 2 (March 2006). Reprinted in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, Volume 1, ed. Edmund R. Schubert and Orson Scott Card, 135–61. New York: Tor, 2008. buy from Amazon
    Woodbury, Katherine  [forthcoming]
    • "Battle Tactics." Cicada (January/February 2003).
    • "The Birthright." Space and Time, no. 89 (spring 1999): 20–.
    • "Brutal Rituals." Space and Time, no. 100 (spring 2007).
    • "Devil's Pet." Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, no. 35 (June 2008).
    • "First Estate." In MonstersMonsters and Mormons, ed. Wm Morris and Theric Jepson. El Cerrito, Calif.: Peculiar Pages, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • "Golden Hands." Space and Time, no. 91 (spring 2000): 24–.
    • "Impersonal." Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, no. 24 (July 2006): 75–.
    • "The Janitor's Closet." Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine 47 (spring 2000): 22–27.
    • "Lodging." Talebones, no. 31 (winter 2005): 50–.
    • "Masquerade." Leading Edge, no. 47 (April 2004): 138–51.
    • "Scattered." Irreantum 9, no. 1 (2007): 55–67. [Irreantum fiction contest third place 2007]
    • "Seriously." Irreantum 5 (winter 2003/spring 2004): 93–100.
    • "Thin, Scarlet Line." Irreantum 5 (spring 2003): 54–58.
    • "Thorns." Dark Regions, no. 16 (fall 2001): 43–.
    • "Top of the Mountains." Tales of the Talisman 4 (autumn 2008).
    • "Untainted." Talebones, no. 33 (summer 2006): 94–.
    • "Verbal Knowledge." Tales of the Unanticipated, no. 29 (autumn/winter 2008): 92–.
    Woodland, Lani  [novels] [forthcoming]

    and Melonie Piper

    • "Kiss of Death." In
    • Transcendent: Tales of the Paranormal. Robot Playground, 2011. buy from Amazon
    • "Seduction of a Siren." In
    • Transcendent: Tales of the Paranormal. Robot Playground, 2011. buy from Amazon
    Worthen, Lyn
    • "A Domestic Wine and Casoulett." Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction 2 (August 1994): 2–6.
    • "Rumors of My Death." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 253–61. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. buy from Amazon
    Worthen, Mark W.
    • "Any Parent Would Understand." In Open Graves, ed. Mark W. Worthen. Blood Rose/Undaunted Press, 2004.
    • "The Carrion Bird, the Angel of Death, and Me." In Thicker Than Water. Tigress Press, 2005. buy from Amazon
    • "Final Draft." In Horror Library, vol. 4, ed. R. J. Cavender, 155–63. Austin, Tex.: Cutting Block Press, 2010. [Bram Stoker Award nominee, 2010 (short fiction)] buy from Amazon
    • "From the Inside Out." In Vicious Shivers, ed. Cullen Bunn. Undaunted Press, 2004.
    • "MaslowŐs Magic 8-Ball." In Thicker Than Water. Tigress Press, 2005. buy from Amazon
    • "The Minimart, the Ruger, and the Girl." In Night-Mantled: The Best of Wily Writers Speculative Fiction, vol. 1, ed. Angel Leigh McCoy, 1–27. N.p.: Wily Writers, 2001. buy from Amazon Reprinted in Thicker Than Water. Tigress Press, 2005. buy from Amazon
    • "Old Hippies, Duct Tape, and Tough Choices." In Thinner Than Mist. Bones and Caskets Press, 2008.
    • "Those Eyes." In Thinner Than Mist. Bones and Caskets Press, 2008.
    • "What You Carry with You." In Beneath the Stones, ed. Mark W. Worthen and J. P. Edwards. Bones and Caskets Press, 2008.
    • "With Black Curtains." In Thinner Than Mist. Bones and Caskets Press, 2008.
    • "You Can't Go Back." In Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor, ed. M. Shayne Bell, 111–28. Salt Lake City: Signature, 1993. buy from Amazon
    Wright, James L., Jr.
    • "Bad Moon Rising." Galaxy, no. 8 (March/April 1995): 42–48.
    • "First Lips." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 169–75. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
    Wymore, James  [novels]
    • "The Dark Glass." In Penny Dread Tales Volume 3: In Darkness Clockwork Shines. RuneWright, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "Fido." In So It Goes: A Tribute to Kurt Vonnegut, ed. Max Booth III. Cibolo, Tex.: Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, 2013. buy from Amazon
    • "Sheriff Anderson's Steam Deputies." In Science Fiction Trails: Where Science Fiction Meets the Wild West, 51–64. Edwards, Colo.: David B. Riley, 2012. buy from Amazon

    Y

    Young, Bruce
    • "The Old Man and His Rest." In LDSF 3: Latter-Day Science Fiction, ed. Benjamin Urrutia, 71–80. Ludlow, Mass.: Parables, 1987.
     

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