This Is ItIt (Prime Press, 1948, chapbook, 29 pages). This limited (50 or so copies) edition chapbook was produced on proofing paper (without illustrations) by Prime Press prior to the publication of Without Sorcery in time for the 1948 World Science Fiction Convention TORCON). I am very grateful to Stuart David Schiff of Whispers Press, Binghampton, New York, for supplying a photocopy of the cover of this very rare item for inclusion in this index.

It (The Misfit Press, Dearborn Heights, Michigan, October 1978, illustrated by Joan Hanke Woods). Limited to 500 number copies printed for the Eastern Michigan University Science Fiction Society.

Without SorceryWithout Sorcery (Prime Press, 1948, $3.00, 355pp, hc, illustrated by L Robert Tachirky); Derivative collection Not Without Sorcery.

The Dreaming JewelsThe Dreaming Jewels (Greenberg, 1950, hc)

[Also as The Synthetic Man (Pyramid, 1957 et al.)]
The Dreaming Jewels (Gollancz 575-00158-5, 1968, 21/-, 157pp, hc)
The Dreaming Jewels (The Gregg Press 0-8398-2467-X, December 1978, $7.95, 215pp, hc) A complete photographic reprint of the first edition, with a frontispiece photograph of the author and new introduction by Paul Williams which includes a line-by-line comparison with the original version published in Fantastic Adventures.
The Dreaming Jewels (Bluejay 0-312-94118-8, April 1985, $7.95, 186pp,pb)
The Dreaming Jewels (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-351-2, January 1988, $3.95, 180pp,pb)
The Dreaming Jewels (Random House/Vintage 0-375-70373-X, October 1999, $12.00, 217pp, tp, cover by Kevin Irby)
The Dreaming Jewels (Gollancz Collections’ Edition, 0-575-07140-0, October 2000, £9.99, 157pp, tp) A re-issue of the 1968 Gollancz first UK edition as a trade paperback, but missing final page (Chapter XVII).

E Pluribus UnicornE Pluribus Unicorn (Abelard, 1953, $2.75, 276pp, hc)
E Pluribus Unicorn (Timescape 0-671-50223-9, February 1984, $2.95, 211pp, pb)

More Than HumanMore Than Human (Farrar, Straus & Young, 1953, $2.00, 233pp, hc)
More Than Human (Ballatine, 1953, 35¢, 233pp, pb, cover by Richard Powers)
More Than Human (Gollancz, 1954, hc)
More Than Human (Science Fiction Book Club No 16, September 1955, 233pp, hc)
More Than Human (Penguin, 1965, 3/6, 235pp, pb)
More Than Human (Gollancz 0-575-03821-7, March 1986, £2.95, 353pp, pb, cover by Splash)
More Than Human (Easton Press, November 1989, 233pp, hc) with introduction by Michael Bishop and artwork by Jeff Fisher Part of the Masterpieces of Science Fiction series.
More Than Human (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-918-8, October 1992, $3.95, 233pp, pd)
More Than Human (Gollancz/Vista 0-575-60207-4, June 1997, £5.99, 233pp, pb, cover by Splash)
More Than Human (Random House/Vintage 0-375-70371-3, January 1999, $11.00, 186pp, tp, cover by Kevin Irby)
More Than Human (Orion/Millennium 1-85798-852-3, April 2000, 6.99, 233pp, tp, cover by Fred Gambino). Volume 28 in the SF Masterworks series.

A Way HomeA Way Home (Funk & Wagnalls, 1955, $3.50, 333pp, hc); Edited by Groff Conklin, English derivative collection Thunder and Roses.

A Way Home [1956]A Way Home (Pyramid G184, 1956, 35¢, 192pp, pb, cover by Mel Hunter); Edited by Groff Conklin.

CaviarCaviar (Ballantine, November 1955, $2.00, 167pp, hc)
Caviar (Sphere, 1968, pb)
Caviar (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1968, 21s, 192pp, hc)

King & 4 QueensThe King and Four Queens [novelization of the screenplay] (Dell, 1956, pb) nv.

I, LibertineI, Libertine [with Jean Sheperd, as Frederick R Ewing] (Balatine, 1956, hc); a pastiche of an 18th century novel describing the exploits of the racy and colorful Captain Lance Courtenay. The book was written to add credence to the inventions of the zany satirist, Jean Sheperd on his radio show Night People.

I, Libertine [with Jean Sheperd, as Frederick R Ewing] (Michael Joseph, 1957, 10/6, 220pp, hc, cover by Richard Barton)

Thunder and RosesThunder and Roses (Michael Joseph, 1957, 12/6, 255pp, hc); 8 Stories from A Way Home.

A Touch of StrangeA Touch of Strange (Doubleday, 1958, hc)

A Touch of StrangeA Touch of Strange (Berkley Medallion G280, 1959, 35¢, 174pp, pb)

The Cosmic RapeThe Cosmic Rape (Dell, 1958, 35¢, 160pp, pb) nv.

To Marry Medusa (aka The Cosmic Rape) (Random House/Vintage 0-375-70372-1, January 1999, $10.00, 154pp, tp, cover by Kevin Irby & Evan Gaffney)

Aliens 4Aliens 4 (Avon T-304, 1959, 35¢, 224pp, pb); English derivative collection The Joyous Invasions.

Venus Plus XVenus Plus X (Pyramid, 1960, 35¢, 160pp, pb, cover by Victor Kalin) nv.

Venus Plus X (Gollancz, 1969, 25s, 191pp, hc)
Venus Plus X (Science Fiction Book Club No 155, 10s, 1969, 191pp, hc)
Venus Plus X (Sphere 0-7221-8214-7, 1978, $2.50, 160pp, pb)
Venus Plus X (Bluejay 0-312-94447-0, September 1984, $7.95, 215pp, tp)
Venus Plus X (Carrol & Graf 0-88184-387-3, May 1988, $3.95, 210pp, pb)
Venus Plus X (Random House/Vintage 0-375-70374-8, October 1999, $12.00, 213pp, tp, cover by Kevin Irby)

BeyondBeyond (Avon T-439, June 1960, 35¢, 157pp, pb)

Some of Your Blood Some of Your Blood (Ballantine, 1961, 35¢, 144pp pb) nv.

Some of Your Blood (Carroll & Graf 0-7867-0103-X, June 1994, $3.95, 143pp pb) nv.

Voyage to the Bottom of the SeaVoyage to the Bottom of the Sea [novelization of the Irwin Allen screenplay] (Pyramid, 1961, 35¢, 159pp, pb) nv.

Not Without SorceryNot Without Sorcery (Ballantine 506 K, June 1961, 35¢, 160pp, pb); 8 Stories from Without Sorcery.

The Player on the Other Side The Player on the Other Side [ as Ellery Queen] (Random House, 1963, pb) nv.

The Player on the Other Side (Gollancz, 1963, 240pp, hc)
The Player on the Other Side (Penguin, 1967, 3/6d, 208pp, pb)
The Player on the Other Side (Ballantine 0-345-25335-3-150, 1975, $1.50, 231pp, pb)

Sturgeon in OrbitSturgeon in Orbit (Pyramid F-974, February 1964, 40¢, 159pp, pb, cover by Ed Emsh) Sturgeon in Orbit (Gollancz 0-575-00570-X, 1970, £1.40, 192pp, pb)

The Joyous InvasionsThe Joyous Invasions (Gollancz, 1965, 16/-, 208pp, hc); an English collection of 3 Stories from Aliens 4. The Joyous Invasions (Science Fiction Book Club No 110, 8s, 1966, 208pp, hc)

Galaxy Magabook. . . And My Fear is Great & Baby Is Three (Galaxy Megabook No 3, 1965, 50¢, 127pp, pb, cover by Gary Morrow)

Rare BreedThe Rare Breed [novelization of the screenplay] (Fawcett, 1966, pb) nv.

StarshineStarshine (Pyramid X1543, December 1966, 60¢, 174pp, pb) This is the 2nd Pyramid printing March 1969 Starshine (Gollancz 5-750-0064-3, 1968, 21s, 158pp, hc)
Starshine (Science Fiction Book Club No 145, 10s 6d, 1969, 158pp, hc)
Starshine (Corgi 0-552-08662-2, 25p, 1971, 158pp, pb)

Sturgeon is Alive and WellSturgeon Is Alive and Well . . . (G.P. Putnam’s, 1971, 207pp, hc, cover by Paul Lehr) Sturgeon Is Alive and Well . . . (Berkley S2045, 1971, 224pp, pb)
Sturgeon Is Alive and Well . . . (SFBC #3287, 1971, 207pp, hc)

The Worlds of Theodore SturgeonThe Worlds of Theodore Sturgeon (Ace 91060, 1972, 95¢, 286pp, pb)

Sturgeon’s WestSturgeon’s West with Don Ward (Doubleday 0-385-05393, 1973, 186pp, hc, cover by One Plus One Studio) Sturgeon’s West with Don Ward (SFBC #6009, 1973, 186pp, hc)

To Here and the EaselTo Here and the Easel (Gollancz 0-575-01643-4, £2.25, 255pp, 1973, hc)

Case and the DreamerCase and the Dreamer (Nelson Doubleday, 1974, hc) Case and the Dreamer (Pan 0-330-24884-7, 1974, 60p, 155pp, pb)

Visions and VenturesVisions and Venturers (Dell 0-440-12648-7, November 1978, $1.75, 300pp, pb) Visions and Ventures (Gollancz 0-575-02679-9, £5.50, 1979, 300pp, hc)
Visions and Ventures (Science Fiction Book Club No 5166, £2.35, June 1980, 300pp, hc)

The Golden HelixThe Golden Helix (SFBC, November 1979, hc) The Golden Helix (Bluejay 0-312-94186-2, May 1985, $7.95, 335pp, pb)
The Golden Helix (Carrol & Graf 0-88184-450-0, January 1989, $3.95, 335pp, pb)

MaturityMaturity (Rune Press, April 1979, hc); edited by Scott Imes and Stuart W. Wells, III. Created for Minicon 15 where Sturgeon was Guest of Honor. Also includes illustrations by James Odbert, 1 page of Editors’ Notes, a 2-page introduction by Sturgeon and an excellent bibliography by Dennis Lien and Jayne Sturgeon. According to the Editors’ Notes, Sturgeon started to rewrite Maturity for this collection but preferred the older version. The only change is the fixing of a persistent typo: 17 kesteroids was corrected to 17 ketosteroids.

The Stars are the StyxThe Stars Are the Styx (Dell 0-440-18006-6, October 1979, $2.25, 382pp, pb, cover by Rowena): 10 stories with new introductions by the author The Stars Are the Styx (Bluejay 0-312-94419-5, April 1984, $6.95, 382pp, tb)

Alien CargoAlien Cargo (Bluejay 0-312-94008-4, June 1984 [July 1984], $14.95, 284pp, hc); Collection of 14 early stories culled from other collections (there are no copyright acknowledgements), with a few lines of new introduction to each. Alien Cargo (Bluejay 0-312-94007-6, June 1986 [May 1986, $8.95, 284pp, pb)

GodbodyGodbody (Donald I. Fine 0-9157657-61-6, April 1986 [March 1986], $14.95, 159pp, hc); Sturgeon’s last novel, which was written 18 years before, is a sexual fantasy about the second coming. Although weak as a novel it has some excellent writing. Godbody (Donald I. Fine 0-917657-79-9, March 1986, $50.00, boxed and number limited edition of 350, 159pp, hc)
Godbody (SFBC #05434, July 1986 [August 1986], $4.98, 159pp, hc)
Godbody (NAL Signet 0-451-14702-2, February 1987, $3.50, 205pp, pb)
Godbody (NAL Signet 0-451-16304-4, September 1989 $3.95, 205pp, pb)

Pruzy’s PotPruzy’s Pot (Hypatia Press no ISBN, October 1986 [January 1987], $17.95, 32pp, hc); Short story by Sturgeon, with an introduction by Spider Robinson and an afterword by Jane Tannehill Sturgeon. There are 333 copies of this regular edition and 133 special leather slipcase with a cassette of Sturgeon reading the story. This came out in late 1986, but we did not see it until now.

To Marry MedusaTo Marry Medusa (Baen 0-671-65370-9, December 1987 [November 1987], $2.95, 251pp, pb); Collection of two stories, "To Marry Medusa" (1958) and "Killdozer" (1944). The former is actually a reprint of The Cosmic Rape (Dell 1958) instead of "To Marry Medusa" (Galaxy 1958). The magazine version was much shorter.

A Touch of SturgeonA Touch of Sturgeon (Simon & Schuster UK 0-671-65526-4, August 1987 [Jul 1987], £10.95, 235pp, hc); Collection of 8 stories. Published in Britain only, by the British arm of Simon & Schuster. Available in U.S. as an import. Selected and introduced by David Pringle.

The Dreaming
Jewels/The Cosmic Rape/Venus Plus XThe Dreaming Jewels/The Cosmic Rape/Venus Plus X (BOMC #80-2874, July 1990, $15,95, 544pp, hc); Omnibus of three SF Novels The Dreaming Jewels/The Cosmic Rape/Venus Plus X (BOMC/QPBC, July 1990, $11.95, 544pp, tp, cover by Theo Rudnak)

ArgyllArgyll: A Memoir (The Sturgeon Project 0-934558-16-7, July 1993, $10.00, 79pp, ph) Collection of Sturgeon material, including an autobiographical essay about his relationship with his stepfather, a letter to his mother and stepfather, an introduction by Paul Williams, and an afterword by Samuel R. Delany. All proceeds after cost go toward the projected publication costs for Sturgeon’s collected stories.

Ultimate EgoistThe Ultimate Egoist: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 1 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-182-1, February 1995 [December 1994], $25.00, 387pp, hc, cover by Jacek Yerka); Collection of 46 stories and one poem, nine of them previously unpublished "trunk" stories (literally). This is the first of ten volumes and covers Sturgeon’s work through 1940. A marvelous project. [CNB] Edited and with extensive story notes by Paul Williams, with forewords by Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, and Gene Wolfe. Order from North Atlantic Books, PO Box 12327, Berkeley CA 94712. The Ultimate Egoist: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 1 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-299-2, December 1998, $18.95, 387pp, tp, cover by Jacek Yerka)

Microcosmic GodMicrocosmic God: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 2 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-213-5, January 1996 [December 1995], $25.00, 372pp, hc, cover by Jacek Yerka); Collection of 17 stories, two previously unpublished. This is the second of ten volumes and covers Sturgeon’s work from 1940 to 1943. Edited and with extensive story notes by Paul Williams. There is a foreword by Samuel R. Delany. Order from North Atlantic Books, PO Box 12327, Berkeley CA 94712. Microcosmic God: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 2 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-301-8, December 1998, $18.95, 372pp, tp, cover by Jacek Yerka)

Killdozer!Killdozer!: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 3 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-227-5, November 1996 [October 1996], $25.00, 367pp, hc, cover by Paul Orban); Collection of 15 stories, four previously unpublished, and two not previously collected. This is the third of ten volumes and covers Sturgeon’s work from 1941 to 1946. Edited and with extensive story notes by Paul Williams. There is a foreword by Robert Silverberg, and an afterword by Robert A. Heinlein (excerpted from the 1985 introduction to Godbody). Killdozer!: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 3 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-327-1, November 1999, $18.95, 367pp, tp, cover by Paul Orban)

Thunder and RosesThunder and Roses: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 4 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-252-6, October 1997, $25.00, 380pp, hc, cover by Paula Morrison); Collection of 15 stories, one previously unpublished, and one not previously collected. Thunder and Roses: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 4 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-328-X, November 1999, $18.95, 380pp, tp, cover by Jacek Yerka)
[The trade paperback had a different cover design]

The Perfect HostThe Perfect Host: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 5 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-284-4, October 1998, $25.00, 380pp, hc, cover artist Hal Robins, cover and book design Paula Morrison); Collection of 17 stories, two previously unpublished, one not previously collected. The Perfect Host: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 5 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-360-3, September 2000, $18.95, 380pp, tp, cover artist Hal Robins, cover and book design Paula Morrison)
[The trade paperback had a different cover design]

Baby is ThreeBaby is Three: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 6 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-319-0, November 1999, $30.00, 424pp, hc, cover artist Richard M Powers, cover design Catherine Campaigne, book design Paula Morrison); Collection of 11 stories and two autobiographical essays.

Selected StoriesSelected Stories of Theodore Sturgeon (Vintage Books 0-37570-375-6, October 2000, $14.00, 352pp, pb) Collection of 13 stories.

A Saucer of LonelinessA Saucer of Loneliness: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 7 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-350-8, October 2000, $30.00, 388pp, hc, cover artist Ed Emsh. Collection of 12 stories, with Foreword and Story Notes. A Saucer of Loneliness: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 7 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-424-3, September 2002, $18.95, 400pp, tp, cover artist Ed Emsh)

Bright SegmentBright Segment: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 8 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-398-0, July 2002, $35.00, 408pp, hc, cover artist Ed Emsh. Collection of 13 stories, with Foreword and Story Notes.

And Now the News . . .And Now the News...: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 9 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-460-X, October 2003, $35.00, 377pp, hc.) Collection of 15 stories written between 1955 to 1957, with foreword and extensive story notes.
[Pre-publication details included a different cover design]

The Man Who Lost the SeaThe Man Who Lost the Sea: The Complete Short Stories of Theodore Stugeon, Volume 10 (North Atlantic Books 1-55643-519-3, January 9 2005, $35.00, 403pp, hc.)