Book List in Order: 42 titles

  • The novel that began as a radio hoax, Theodore Sturgeon’s "I, Libertine" is a hilarious erotic romp through the royal boudoirs of eighteenth century London Inspired by a notorious radio hoax in the mid-1950s, popular radio host and prankster Jea...


  • Written between 1955 and 1957, the 15 stories in And Now the News ... include five previously uncollected stories along with five well-known works, two cowritten with genre legend Robert Heinlein. Spanning his most creative period, these tales show w...


  • Baby Is Three is the sixth volume in the series devoted to the complete works of one of science fiction's titans. Like others in the series, this one includes extensive notes and background information on each story by editor Paul Williams. The early...


  • Sci-fi master Theodore Sturgeon wrote stories with power and freshness, and in telling them created a broader understanding of humanitya legacy for readers and writers to mine for generations. Along with the title story, the collection includes stori...


  • Killdozer! is the third volume of a series of the complete short stories from Theodore Sturgeon's career. It contains a few of his best and most famous short stories: "Medusa", "Killdozer!" and "Mewhu's Jet." The series editor Paul Williams has dug i...


  • By the winner of the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy Life Achievement Awards, this latest volume finds Theodore Sturgeon in fine form as he gains recognition for the first time as a literary short story writer. Written between 1957 and 1960, ...


  • Kurt Vonnegut cites Theodore Sturgeon as the inspiration for his character Kilgore Trout. This volume includes 12 stories from 1953, considered Sturgeon's golden era. Among them are such favorites as the title story, "The Silken-Swift," "A Way of Thi...


  • Thunder and Roses is the fourth volume in The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon. Included in Thunder and Roses are 15 stories, with major works like "Maturity," "The Professor''s Teddy Bear," "A Way Home," and the ti...


  • Theodore Sturgeon was a popular science-fiction writer, best-known for his 1953 novel More Than Human. First published in 1949, 'One Foot And The Grave' is ostensibly about witchcraft, and features a hero who develops a cloven hoof. It is one of Stur...






  • The second of thirteen volumes that reprint all Sturgeon's short fiction covers his prolific output during 1940 and 1941, after which he suffered five years of writer's block. Showcasing Sturgeon's early penchant for fantasy, the first six selections...


  • The Ultimate Egoist, the first volume of The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, contains the late author's earliest work, written from 1937 to 1940. Although Sturgeon's reach was limited to the lengths of the short story and novelette, his influe...


  • Meet Wolf Reger—traitor. Compared to him Benedict Arnold was a national hero and Judas Iscariot a paragon of virtue. At least that's the way it showed in the Major's notes….But traitors aren't born that way. Something has to happen to them long b...


  • Eddie Gretchen meets Maria Undergaard. They fall madly in love with each other and get married. But like any decent fairy tale, there is a wicked witch, yet who would have thought that the princess herself and witch would be one and the same?Eddie is...


  • Theodore Sturgeon was a model for his friend Kurt Vonnegut’s legendary character Kilgore Trout, and his work was an acknowledged influence on important younger writers from Harlan Ellison and Robert Silverberg to Stephen King and Octavia Butler. Hi...


  • This book contains ten major stories by the master of science fiction, fantasy, and horror written during the 1960s. The controversial If All Men We re Brothers, Would You Let One Marry Your Sister? shows the author's technique of ask the next questi...


  • Written between 1955 and 1957, the 15 stories in And Now the News ... include five previously uncollected stories along with five well-known works, two cowritten with genre legend Robert Heinlein. Spanning his most creative period, these tales show w...


  • Theodore Sturgeon was a genuine American master. Praised, revered, and even envied by the likes of Bradbury, Vonnegut, and King, his short stories contain some of his best work.In "Thunder and Roses," soon after a nuclear Holocaust, a starlet gives o...


  • Named one of the Horror Writers Association's Top 40 Horror Books of All Time, Theodore Sturgeon's gripping psychological thriller both fascinates and terrifies with the story of a troubled soldier and his bizarre, violent obsession with vampirism ...








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    Eight-year-old Horty Bluett has never known love. His adoptive parents are violent; his classmates are cruel. So he runs away from home and joins a carnival. Performing alongside the fireaters, snakemen and "little people," Horty is accepted. But he ...


  • [This is the Audiobook CASSETTE Library Edition in vinyl case.][Directed by Emily Janice Card] [Read by Stefan Rudnicki] Up until one minute ago, Gurlick was merely a specimen of homo sapiens, and a substandard specimen at that. But now this craven, ...


  • The arrival of a mysterious savior transforms a small town in this provocative parable from “a master storyteller certain to fascinate” (Kurt Vonnegut).   Everything changes when Godbody comes to town. He appears out of nowhere, enig...



  • Charlie Johns is living a relatively quiet life in New York City when suddenly, someone snatches him from 61 North 34th Street and delivers him to the strange, future world of Ledom. In this world, technology has triumphed over hunger, overpopulation...


  • Pocket Books, 1979. 2nd printing. This 1958 novel is an expansion of the story, "To Marry Medusa" (Galaxy, August 1958). The plot concerns an extraterrestrial hive mind named Medusa, which has assimilated many worlds and life forms and now targets Ea...









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  • First published in 1971, this collection of stories includes a foreword by the author and these stories: To Here and the Easel (1954); Slow Sculpture (1970); It's You! (1970); Take Care of Joey (1971); Crate (1970); The Girl Who Knew What They Meant ...


  • Collection of stories, including: Derm Fool (1940); The Haunt (1941); Artnan Process (1941); The World Well Lost (1953); The Pod and the Barrier (1957); How to Kill Aunty (1961). "The World Well Lost" is the first sympathetic portrait of homosexualit...



  • James Blish called him the “finest conscious artist science fiction ever produced.” Kurt Vonnegut based the famous character Kilgore Trout on him. And such luminaries as Harlan Ellison, Stephen King, and Octavia Butler have hailed him as ...


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    GHOST OF A CHANCE When Gus fell in love with a total stranger, he had no idea that their becoming familiar could turn a trip to the altar into a journey to the grave... SHADOW, SHADOW ON THE WALL Bobby wasn't really a bad little boy. In fact, he...






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    A group of remarkable social outcasts band together for survival and discover their combined powers renders them superhuman....


  • The fifth of ten volumes that will reprint all Sturgeon's short fiction covers his prolific output volume contains 15 classics and two previously unpublished stories, including "Quietly." The Perfect Host provides enough of a representative sampling ...