Short Stories

“Traps,” by Jack Dann and George Zebrowski, in Worlds of If 20 (March, 1970): 83-90.
b. Coming ThroughEdited by Nina C. Woessner and William D, Sheldon. Allyn & Bacon, 1972, paper, p. 128-143. Illus trated.
c. as: “Fallen,” in Casanova (September, 1976): 64-68. A Ger man translation reprinted in a men’s magazine. Illustrated. [German]
“Dark, Dark, the Dead Star,” by Jack Dann and George Zebrowski, in Worlds of If 20 (July/August, 1970): 135-142.
The contents page incorrectly lists the story as beginning on page 142.
“Cartoon,” in Fantastic 21 (December, 1971): 23-25.
Part of a special Guilford Conference Writers’ issue. The au thor was a charter member of the workshop conference.
“Listen, Love,” by Jack Dann and George Zebrowski, in New Worlds Quarterly 2Edited by Michael Moorcock. London: Sphere Books, 1971, paper, p. 121-124.
ab. New Worlds Quarterly #2Edited by Michael Moorcock. New York: A Berkley Medallion Book, 1971, paper, p. 122-125.
b. Microcosmic Tales: 100 Wondrous Science Fiction Short-Short StoriesEdited by Isaac Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander. New York: Taplinger Publishing Co., 1980, cloth, p. 37-40.
bb. as: “Horch, Mein Schätzchen Ruft,” in Feuerwerk der SFEdited by Isaac Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander. Germany: Goldmann, 1984, paper, p. . [Ger-man]
bc. as: “Horch, Mein Schätzchen Ruft,” in Feuerwerk der SFEdited by Isaac Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander. Germany: Bertelsmann Lesering, 1984, paper, p. . [German]
b. Microcosmic Tales: 100 Wondrous Science Fiction Short-Short StoriesEdited by Isaac Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg, and Joseph D. Olander. New York: DAW Books, Inc., 1992, paper, p. 38-41.
c. 100 Astounding Little Alien StoriesEdited by Robert Weinberg, Stefan Dziemianowicz, and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1996, cloth, p. 306-309.
“Whirl Cage,” in Orbit 10: An Anthology of New Science Fic tion StoriesEdited by Damon Knight. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1972, cloth, p. 106-113.
ab. [Garden City, NY: Science Fiction Book Club, 1972], cloth, p. 87-93. Title page copy: New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons.
ac. New York: A Berkley Medallion Book, 1972, paper, p. 107-114.
b. as: “Karussell,” in Science Fiction Story-Reader 7Edited by Wolfgang Jeschke. München: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1977, paper, p. 61-68. [German]
“The Drum Lollipop,” in Orbit 11: An Anthology of New Sto-riesEdited by Damon Knight. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1972, cloth, p. 161-174.
ab. [Garden City, NY: Science Fiction Book Club, 1972], cloth, p. 135-146. Title page copy: New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons.
ac. New York: A Berkley Medallion Book, 1972, paper, p. 144-156.
b. HorrorsEdited by Charles L. Grant. New York: Playboy Pa perbacks, 1981, paper, p. 150-161.
bb. HorrorsEdited by Charles L. Grant. New York: Berkley Books, 1984, paper, p. 150-161.
c. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 44-54.
cb. as: “Der Trommellutscher,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, p. 51-64, paper. [German]
d. The Ultimate Time Travel BookEdited by Barry N. Malzberg. New York: Byron Preiss/Ibooks, 2003, ____, p. ___-___.
e. Best Time Travel of the 20th CenturyEdited by Harry Turtledove and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Del Rey Books, 2003, ____, p. ____-____.
“Windows,” in New Worlds Quarterly 3Edited by Michael Moorcock. London: Sphere Books, 1972, paper, p. 133-141.
ab. New Worlds Quarterly #3Edited by Michael Moorcock. New York: A Berkley Medallion Book, 1972, paper, p. 141-150.
b. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 18-27.
bb. as: “Fenster,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, p. 31-40, paper. [German]
“I’m with You in Rockland,” by Jack M. Dann, in Strange Bedfellows: Sex and Science FictionEdited by Thomas N. Scortia. New York: Random House, 1972, cloth, p. 136-143.
ab. Strange Bedfellows: Sex and Science FictionEdited by Thomas N. Scortia. New York: Pocket Books, 1974, paper, p. 133-140.
ac. as: “_____,” in Strani Compagni di LettoEdited by Thomas N. Scortia. Milano: Longanesi & Co., 1977, paper, p. . [Ita-lian]
ad. as: “_____,” in Extraños Compañeros de CamaEdited by Thomas N. Scortia. Barcelona: Ediciones Martínez Roca, 1979, paper, p. . [Spanish]
b. Human-Machines: An Anthology of Stories About CyborgsEdited by Thomas N. Scortia and George Zebrowski. New York: Vintage Books, Random House, 1975, paper, p. 13-22.
bb. Human-MachinesEdited by Thomas N. Scortia and George Ze browski. London: Robert Hale, 1977, cloth, p. 13-22.
bc. as: “Estoy Contigo en Rockland,” in El Hombre-MáquinaEdi-ted by Thomas N. Scortia and George Zebrowski. Barcelona: Ediciones Martínez Roca, 1978, paper, p. 41-49. [Spanish]
bd. as: “Elektrisch Ontwaken,” in Mannen van StaalEdited by Thomas N. Scortia and George Zebrowski. Utrecht and Ant-werp: A. W. Bruna and Zoon, 1978, paper, p. 17-25. [Dutch]
c. Monitor East. New York: Zoltan Publishing, Ltd, 1978, news paper, p. 17-18.
d. as: “Versuch Doch Mal, an Einen Baum zu Fahren,” in Spin nenmusicEdited by Dr. Herbert W. Franke and Wolfgang Jeschke. München: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1979, paper, p. 202-210. Translated by Horst Pukallus. Illustrations on p. 203, 209. [German]
e. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 1-6.
c. eb. as: “Ich Bin Mit Dir im Rockland,” in Das Zeit-Tippen. Salz-burg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, paper, p. 31-40. [Ger-man]
d. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 203-212.
“There Are No Bannisters,” in New Worlds Quarterly 5Edited by Michael Moorcock. London: Sphere Books, 1973, paper, p. 142-160. The author’s name is misspelled as Jack M. “Dawn” on the contributors’ page.
b. as: “Fragmentary Blue,” in Fantastic Stories 24 (April, 1975): 70-87, 99. Interior illustration by Richard Olsen.
c. as: “Fragmentary Blue,” in Future PastimesEdited by Scott Edelstein. Nashville, TN & London: Aurora Publishers, 1977, cloth, p. 241-261.
d. as: “Y a pas de Rampes,” in Univers 14Edited by Jacques Sadoul. Paris: Éditions J’ai Lu, 1978, paper, p. 9-33. Trans-lated by France-Marie Watkins. [French]is
e. as: ” ,” Comet-Exklusiv ( ): . [German]
f. as: “Fragmentary Blue,” in Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Gar den City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 63-82.
g. as: “Ohne Netz und Doppelten Boden,” in Kopernikus 3Edited by H. J. Alpers. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1981, pa per, p. . [German]
h. as: “Ohne Netz und Doppelten Boden,” in Highlights 6. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1986, paper, p. . [German]
“Rags,” in Fantastic Science Fiction & Fantasy Stories 22 (April, 1973): 72-80, 125. Illustrated by Jack Dann and Michael Nally.
b. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 7-17.
c. as: ” ,” in Der Zeitlose TraumEdited by Michael Nagula. Frankfort, Berlin: Ullstein, July 1984, paper, p. 143-154. Translated by Uwe Anton. [German]
d. as: ” ,” in Comet (Mai, 1977): . [German]
“Junction,” in Fantastic Science Fiction & Fantasy Stories 23 (November, 1973): 6-34, 93-124. Interior illustrations by Michael Nally; magazine cover illustration of the story by Dan Schilling.
A groundbreaking experiment in fantastical fiction that was later expanded into the novel of the same name. This novella is one of the author’s major works. A Nebula Award finalist for Best Novella, 1973.
b. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 170-236.
“Tulpa,” in New Worlds 6: The Science Fiction QuarterlyEdited by Michael Moorcock and Charles Platt. London: Sphere Books, 1973, paper, p. 91-97.
ab. New Worlds #5Edited by Michael Moorcock and Charles Platt. New York: Equinox, 1974, trade paper, p. 91-97.
b. as: “Tulpa,” in Univers 08Edited by Jacques Sadoul. Paris: Éditions J’ai Lu, 1977, paper, p. 32-40. Translated by France-Marie Watkins. [French]
“The Marks of Painted Teeth,” in Demon Kind: Eleven New Stories of Children with Strange and Supernatural PowersEdited by Roger Elwood. New York: Avon, 1973, paper, p. 110-128.
b. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 126-141.
bb. as: “Die Spuren Bemalter Zähne,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, paper, p. 96-115. [German]
“OD,” by Jack Dann and George Zebrowski, in OmegaEdited by Roger Elwood. New York: Walker & Co., 1973, cloth, p. 25-31.
ab. OmegaEdited by Roger Elwood. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1974, paper, p. 38-33.
“Thirty-Three and One Third,” by Jack Dann and George Ze browski, in Long Night of Waiting and Other StoriesEdited by Roger Elwood. Nashville, TN: Aurora Publishers, 1974, cloth, p. 137-143.
b. An Der GrenzeEdited by Wolfgang Jeschke. Munchen: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1989, paper, p. 258-266. [German]
“The Flower That Missed the Morning,” by Jack Dann and George Zebrowski, in The Killer Plants and Other StoriesEdited by Roger Elwood. Minneapolis, MN: Lerner Publica tions, 1974, cloth, p. 28-34. An illustrated children’s story.
“The Good Old Days,” by Jack Dann, in Journey to Another Star and Other StoriesEdited by Roger Elwood. Minneapo-lis, MN: Lerner Publications, 1974, cloth, p. 33-47. An il-lustrated children’s story.
b. SF SamplerEdited by Roger Elwood. s.l.: Educational Pro-gress, a division of Educational Development Co., 197_, pa-per, p. 29-38. Illustrated. [No copyright date on copyright page].
c. as: “The Good Old Days,” adapted from the story by Jack Dann, in Racing Stripes. Glenview, Ill: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1978, paper (?), p. . This appearance was unau thorized; the story was sold by Lerner Publications and adapted by Scott, Foresman and Company without the au thor’s permission.
“Faces Forward,” by Jack Dann and George Zebrowski, in Dystopian VisionsEdited by Roger Elwood. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1975, cloth, p. 38-43.
ab. Dystopian VisionsEdited by Roger Elwood. London: Robert Hale, 1976, cloth, p. 38-43.
b. Shared Tomorrows: Science Fiction in CollaborationEdited by Bill Pronzini and Barry N. Malzberg. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979, cloth, p. 196-201.
“The Dybbuk Dolls,” in New Dimensions Science Fiction Num ber 5Edited by Robert Silverberg. New YorkEvanston: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1975, cloth, p. 135-155.
A dystopian fantasy about Jews in a future America, this is one of the author’s major works of short fiction. A Nebula Award finalist for Best Novelette, 1975.
ab. [Garden City, NY: Science Fiction Book Club, 1975], cloth, p. 118-136. Title page reads: New York, Hagerstown: Harper & Row, Publishers.
ac. New York: Perennial Library, Harper & Row, Publishers, 1976, paper, p. 135-155.
b. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 83-100.
bb. as: “Die Dibbuk-Puppen,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, paper, p. 74-95. [German]
e. c. Light Years and Dark: Science Fiction and Fantasy of and for Our TimeEdited by Michael Bishop. New York: Berkley Books, 1984, paper, p. 78-92.
f. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 130-154.
“Recycled Sandra,” in Gallery 3 (July, 1975): 82, 93. Illustra tion by Herbert Rogoff. The title of this story was changed without the author’s permission; the original title was “Call Me Sandra.”
“Timetipping,” in EpochEdited by Roger Elwood and Robert Silverberg. New York: Berkley Publishing Corp., 1975, cloth, p. 179-189. Includes author’s note.
ab. [Garden City, NY: Science Fiction Book Club, 1975], cloth, p. 171-181. Title page copy: New York: Berkley Publishing Corp. Includes author’s note.
ac. New York: A Berkley Medallion Book, 1977, paper, p. 161-171. Includes author’s note.
b. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 18-27.
bb. as: “Das Zeit-Tippen,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, paper, p. 19-30. [German]
g. Best Time Travel of the 20th CenturyEdited by Harry Turtledove and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Del Rey Books, 2003, p. __-__.
h. Visitations, by Jack Dann. Waterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 57-70.
i. The Best Time Travel Stories of All TimeEdited by Barry N. Malzberg. New York: ibooks, Inc., 2003, p. 253-268. (ISBN 0-7434-5814-1)
“Yellowhead,” by Jack Dann and George Zebrowski, in New Constellations: An Anthology of Tomorrow’s MythologiesEdited by Thomas M. Disch and Charles Naylor. New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1976, cloth, p. 35-40.
“Starhiker,” in Amazing Science Fiction 50 (June, 1976 [50th anniversary issue]): 38-75, 91. Illustration by Stephen E. Fabian.
First magazine serialization of first 61 pages of the novel of the same name (see A4).
“The Dream Lions,” in Amazing Science Fiction 50 (September, 1976): 6-24, 82-120. Interior illustration by Steve Fabian; magazine cover illustration based around the story by Doug Beekman.
Magazine serialization of last half of the novel Starhiker (see A4).
“Limits,” by Jack Dann and Jack C. Haldeman, in Fantastic Stories 25 (May, 1976): 102-108. Illustrated by Tony Glee son.
“Among the Mountains,” in A World Named CleopatraEdited by Roger Elwood. New York: Pyramid Books, 1977, paper, p. 113-149.
One of four stories by different authors employing a setting developed by Poul Anderson.
b. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 142-169.
“The Islands of Time,” in Fantastic Stories 26 (September, 1977): 6-29, 103-121. Interior and cover illustration by Stephen Fabian.
Magazine serialization of Part Three of the novel version of Junction (see A9), not to be confused with the original and shorter magazine version (see B11).
“Visitors,” in Fantastic Stories 26 (December, 1977): 70-75. Illustrated by Tony Gleeson. (See also B58).
“A Quiet Revolution for Death,” in New Dimensions Science Fiction Number 8Edited by Robert Silverberg. New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1978, cloth, p. 3-11.
Robert Silverberg has said that this “quiet, sinister story…may be the most shattering portrait of the near future since Fritz Leiber’s ‘Coming Attraction’ more than a quarter of a century ago.” This is one of the author’s major works of short fiction, and was a Nebula Award finalist for Best Short Story in 1978.
b. The Best of New DimensionsEdited by Robert Silverberg. New York: Pocket Books, 1979, paper, p. 275-285.
c. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 36-43.
cb. as: “Eine Stille Revolution für den Tod,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, paper, p. 41-50. [German]
d. as: “Ausflug zum Fröhlichen Tod,” in Andromeda 7-8 (1980): . [German]
j. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“Night Visions,” in Shadows 2Edited by Charles L. Grant. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1979, cloth, p. 21-25.
ab. New York: Berkley Books, 1979, paper, p. 22-26.
b. 100 Great Fantasy Short Short StoriesEdited by Isaac Asimov, Terry Carr, and Martin H. Greenberg. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1984, cloth, p. 192-195.
c. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 59-62.
cb. as: “Nächtliche Visionen,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, paper, p. 74-95. [German]
k. 100 Tiny TerrorsEdited by Al Sarrantonio and Martin H. Greenberg. ___________: Marboro Books, 1993, cloth, p. .
f. Visitations, by Jack Dann. Waterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 52-56.
“Days of Stone,” in Fantastic Stories 27 (January, 1979): 72-63, 93.
b. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 59-62.
bb. as: “Steinerne Tage,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, paper, p. 65-68. [German]
c. as: “Tage aus Stein,” in Quasar 3: Neue Science-Fiction Stories. Bergisch Gladbach: Bastei-Lübbe, 1983, paper, p. 81-87. [German]
“Camps,” in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 56, (May, 1979): 137-157, 56.
A young man dying in a hospital relives someone else’s past in a concentration camp. This is a major work of short fiction by the author, and was a Nebula Award finalist for Best Novel ette, 1979, and a British Science Fiction Association Award fi nalist for Best Short Fiction, 1979.
b. NightmaresEdited by Charles L. Grant. Chicago: Playboy Press Paperbacks, 1979, paper, p. 90-118.
bb. New York: Berkley Books, 1982, paper, p. 90-118. Reprinted in 1984.
c. Best Science Fiction Stories of the Year, Ninth Annual Collec tionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1980, cloth, p. 50-72.
d. Timetipping, by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1980, cloth, p. 59-62.
e. as: “Lager,” in Insekten im Bernstein_F&SF 57 FolgeEdited by Manfred Kluge. München: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1980, paper, p. . [German]
f. More Wandering Stars: Outstanding Stories of Jewish Fantasy and Science FictionEdited by Jack Dann. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1981, cloth, p. 132-154.
g. Nebula Winners FifteenEdited by Frank Herbert. New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1981, cloth, p. 3-31.
gb. Toronto, New York: Bantam Books, 1983, paper, p. 1-28.
h. The Arbor House Treasury of Horror and the SupernaturalEdited by Bill Pronzini, Barry N. Malzberg, and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Arbor House, 1981, cloth, p. 454-479.
hb. as: “Lager,” in UnheimlichesEdited by Bill Pronzini, Barry N. Malzberg, and Martin H. Greenberg. München: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1985, paper, p. . Jubiläum 9. [German]
i. as: ” ,” in Divergence Extra no. 3 (Spring, 1984): 79-97. Published by the Tohoku University SF Society. This trans lation and publication was unauthorized by author. [Japanese]
j. A Treasury of World War II StoriesEdited by Bill Pronzini and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Bonanza Books, 1985, cloth, p. 119-143.
k. Masters of DarknessEdited by Dennis Etchison. New York: TOR Horror, A Tom Doherty Associates Book, 1986, paper, p. 292-398. Includes a new afterword by the author.
l. Intensive ScareEdited by Karl Edward Wagner. New York: DAW Books, 1988, paper, p. 206-235.
m. The Complete Masters of DarknessEdited by Dennis Etchison. Novato, CA. and Lancaster, PA.: Underwood-Miller, 1990, cloth, p.202-233. Includes a new preface by the editor and contains the three published volumes in the Masters of Darkness anthology series. Dann’s story appeared in the first volume. [see B32m]
mb. The Complete Masters of DarknessEdited by Dennis Etchison. Novato, CA. and Lancaster, PA.: Underwood-Miller, 1990, cloth, deluxe signed edition, p.202-233. Includes a new preface by the editor and contains the three published volumes in the Masters of Darknessanthology series. Dann’s story appeared in the first volume. [see B32m] Signed by the author
n. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51].
“Parables of Art,” by Jack Dann and Barry N. Malzberg, in New Dimensions 12Edited by Marta Randall and Robert Sil verberg. New York: A Timescape Book, Pocket Books, 1981, paper, p. 137-141.
“Amnesia,” in The Berkley Showcase, Vol. 3: New Writings in Science Fiction and FantasyEdited by Victoria Schochet and John Silbersack. New York: Berkley Books, 1981, paper, p. 199-244.
A revised excerpt from the novel, The Man Who Melted. Neb ula Award finalist for Best Novella, 1981.
b. as: “Amnesie,” in Das Zeit-Tippen, by Jack Dann. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1985, paper, p. 74-95. [German]
c. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 213-271.
“Fairy Tale,” in The Berkley Showcase, Vol. 4: New Writings in Science Fiction and FantasyEdited by Victoria Schochet and John Silbersack. New York: Berkley Books, 1981, paper, p. 1-26.
Includes a glossary by the author. World Fantasy Award final ist for Best Short Story, 1981.
ab. as: ” ,” in _____. Amsterdam: Loeb, Uitgevers BV, 198_, paper, p. . [Dutch]
b. as: “Schabernack vom Elfenpack,” in Top FantasyEdited by Josh Pachter. München: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1984, paper, p. 116-150. [German]
c. Little People!Edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois. New York: Ace Books, 1991, paper, p. 99-125.
d. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“Touring,” by Jack Dann, Gardner Dozois, and Michael Swan wick, in Penthouse 12 (April, 1981): 151-156, 180-184. Il lustrated by Debbie Kuhn.
b. The Year’s Best Horror Stories: Series XEdited by Karl Ed ward Wagner. New York: DAW Books, 1982, paper, p. 40-58.
c. After MidnightEdited by Charles L. Grant. New York: TOR, A Tom Doherty Associates Book, 1986, paper, p. 55-78.
d. GhostsEdited by Isaac Asimov, Charles G. Waugh, and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: A Signet Book, New American Library, paper, 1988, p. 67-84.
e. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
eb. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
g. Horrorstory, Volume 4: The Year’s Best Horror Stories X, The Year’s Best Horror Stories XI, The Year’s Best Horror Stories XIIEdited by Karl Edward Wagner. Novata, CA and Lancaster, PA: Underwood/Miller, 1990, cloth, p. 337-49. Also issued in a limited, boxed, leather-bound edition of 350 copies. The page numbers for this story are incorrect on the title page of this volume.]
h. Elvis RisingEdited by Kay Sloan and Constance Pierce. New York: Avon Books, paper, 1993, p. 241-258.
“A Change in the Weather,” by Jack Dann and Gardner Do zois, in Playboy 28 (June, 1981): 183. Illustration by Kathy Calderwood.
ab. as: “Un Cambio en el Tiempo,” in Signore [Mexico] 1 (Julio, 1981): 59. Illustration by Kathy Calderwood. [Spanish]
b. DinosaursEdited by Jack Dann & Gardner Dozois. New York: Ace Books, 1990, paper, p. 169-171.
c. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
cb. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
“Going Under,” in Omni 3 (September, 1981): 68-73, 104-112.
Although substantially revised, this story is an excerpt from the novel, The Man Who Melted. A major work of short fiction by the author. Nebula Award finalist for Best Short Story, 1981.
b. The Best Science Fiction of the Year #11Edited by Terry Carr. New York: Pocket Books, 1982, paper, p. 315-335.
c. Nebula Award Stories SeventeenEdited by Joe Haldeman. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1983, cloth, p. 60-87.
cb. Nebula Award Stories SeventeenEdited by Joe Haldeman. New York: Ace Science Fiction Books, 1985, paper, p. 60-87.
d. Top Science Fiction: the Authors’ ChoiceEdited by Josh Pachter. London and Melbourne: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1984, cloth, p. 124-142. Includes a new introduction by the author.
db. as: “El Naufragio,” in La Crema de la Ciencia Ficción: Los Mejores Cuentos Elegidos por sus Autores. Buenos Aires: Emece Editores S.A., 1986, paper, p. 161-181. Includes an introduction by the author. Translated by Alicia Steimberg. [Spanish]
dc. as: ” ,” in _____. Amsterdam: Loeb, Uitgevers BV, 198_, paper, p. . [Dutch]
e. The Fourth Omni Book of Science FictionEdited by Ellen Dat low. New York: Zebra Books, 1985, paper, p. 135-157.
f. as: ” ,” in Divergence no. 12 (Spring, 1986): 79-97. Pub lished by the Tohoku University SF Society. This translation and publication was unauthorized by author. [Japanese]
g. Isaac Asimov’s Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Stories, Volume 4 (or 5)Edited by Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Lynx Books, 1990, paper, p. .
h. The Legend Book of Science FictionEdited by Gardner Dozois. London: Century Limited, 1991, cloth, p. .
hb. The Legend Book of Science FictionEdited by Gardner Dozois. London: Century Limited, 1991, trade paper, p. 499-520.
hc. as Modern Classics of Science FictionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991, cloth, p. 499-520.
i. Eidolon: the Journal of Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy 20 (Summer, 1996): 99-116. Interior illustration by Shaun Tan.
j. Omni On-line (____, 199_).
k. as: “Ke dnu,” in Ikarie (September, 1998): 20-27. (Czech)
l. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“High Steel,” by Jack Dann and Jack C. Haldeman, in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction62 (February, 1982): 142-159. Cover painting for the story by David Hardy.
Nebula Award finalist for Best Short Story, 1982.
“Playing the Game,” by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, in Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 1 (February, 1982): 16-19. Illustration by E. T. Steadman.
b. Great Stories from The Twilight Zone Magazine. New York: TZ Publications, 1982, paper [magazine annual], p. 13-15.
c. The 1983 Annual World’s Best SFEdited by Donald A. Woll heim with Arthur W. Saha. New York: DAW Books, 1983, paper, p. 105-111.
cb. as: “Kinderspiel,” in World’s Best SF 2Edited by Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha. Bergisch Gladbach: Bastei Lübbe, 1983, paper, p. . [German]
d. as: “Gra,” in Fantastyka (1984): 18-19. This is an unautho rized publication of the story. [Polish]
e. 101 Science Fiction StoriesEdited by Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, Jenny-Lynn Waugh. New York: Avenel Books, 1986, cloth, p. .
eb. The Giant Book of Science Fiction StoriesEdited by Martin H. Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, Jenny-Lynn Waugh. London: Magpie Books Ltd, 1992, large size paperback, p. 471-476. (Great Britain)
f. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
fb. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
g. as: ” ,” in Divergence Extra no. 5 (Spring, 198_): . Pub lished by the Tohoku University SF Society. A showcase is sue containing seven works by the author. [Japanese]
“Down Among the Dead Men,” by Jack Dann and Gardner Do-zois, in Oui 11 (July, 1982): 44-46, 121-127.
Like “Camps,” this story is set in a concentration camp, but the stories are not thematically homogeneous. A major work of short fiction by the author. Winner of Premios Gilgamés de Narrativa Fantastica Award, Best Short Story, 1986. (Spanish language award for work first published in Spanish in 1986.)
b. The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 64 (June, 1983): 44-64.
c. The Dodd, Mead Gallery of HorrorEdited by Charles L. Grant. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1983, cloth, p. 153-178.
ca. The Gallery of HorrorEdited by Charles L. Grant. New York: New American Library, 199_, paper, p. .
cb. as: “Musselmann,” in Das Grosse GruselkabinettEdited by Charles L. Grant. München: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1984, paper, p. . [German]
d. as: “Unter Toten,” in Nacht in den Ruinen_F&SF 69 FolgeEdited by Ronald M. Hahn. München: Wilhelm Heyne Ver lag, 1984, paper, p. . [German]
e. Blood is Not Enough: 17 Stories of VampirismEdited by Ellen Datlow. New York: William Morrow, 1989, cloth, p. 228-252.
eb. Blood is Not EnoughEdited by Ellen Datlow. New York: Berkley Books, 1990, paper, p. 220-245.
ec. Blood is Not EnoughEdited by Ellen Datlow. London:Grafton Books, 1990, paper, p. 297-333.
ed. Vampiros: Los mejores relatos de terrorEdited by Ellen Datlow. Barcelona: Ediciones Robinbook, 1991, paper, p. 236-262.
ee. as: “Fra Gli Uomini Morti,” in Vampiri: 17 sanguinosi racconti a curaEdited by Ellen Datlow. Milan: Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, 1992, paper, p. 204-231. This edition contains an afterword by the author.
ef. as: “Vainajien joukossa,” in Ei Vain VerrestäEdited by Ellen Datlow. Helsinki: Kustannus Oy Jalava, 1990, paper, p. 252-275. This edition contains and afterword by the author and a biography of the author.
eg. as: “Down Among the Dead Men,” in Japanese edition of Blood Is Not EnoughEdited by Ellen Datlow. Japan: Shinchosha Company, 1993, paper, p. 404-448.
f. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
fb. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
g. Geodesic Dreams, by Gardner DozoisNew York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992, cloth, p. 87-114. This is one if two stories Dozois wrote in collaboration with the author included in Dozois’s collection. (See “Slow Dancing With Jesus) Incorrectly titled in table of contents as “Down Among the Dead.”
gb. Geodesic Dreams, by Gardner DozoisNew York: Ace Books, 1992, paper, p. 81-106.
“Screamers,” in Oui 11 (October, 1982): 90-92, 98-100.
An excerpt from the first chapter of the novel, The Man Who Melted. The title was changed from “The Scream” without the author’s permission. The contents page of the magazine er-roneously shows the story starting on p. 34.
“Blind Shemmy,” in Omni 5 (April, 1983): 52-69. Illustrated by Armodio.
A revised excerpt from the novel, The Man Who Melted. A major work of short fiction by the author, this story was a Nebula Award finalist for Best Novelette, 1983.
b. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, First Annual CollectionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: Bluejay Books, 1984, cloth, p. 295-315.
bb. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, First Annual CollectionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: Bluejay Books, 1984, trade paper, p. 295-315.
c. The Best Science Fiction of the Year #13Edited by Terry Carr. New York: Baen Books, 1984, paper, p. 246-272.
d. The Third Omni Book of Science FictionEdited by Ellen Datlow. New York: Zebra Books, 1985, paper, p. 159-188.
e. as: “Tête-à-Tête,” in Kopernikus 14Edited by Hans Joachim Alpers. Salzburg: Artur Moewig Verlag, 1986, paper, p. 45-68. [German]
f. as: ” ,” in Science Speculation and Fiction Fantasy 26 (December, 1985): 146-167. [Japanese]
g. as: ” ,” in Sirius Magazine _ ( ): . [Slovenian]
h. The Best Science Fiction of the EightiesEdited by Takashi Ogawa and Makoto Yamagishi. Tokyo: Hayakawa Publishing, Inc., October 1992, volume one of two, paper, p. 149-193. (Japanese)
i. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“Slow Dancing with Jesus,” by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, in Penthouse 14 (July, 1983): 128-129. Illustration by Cliff McReynolds.
Jesus Christ escorts a wallflower to the prom in the 1950s. A major work of short fiction by the author.
b. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
bb. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
h. Geodesic Dreams, by Gardner DozoisNew York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992, cloth, p. 87-114. This is one if two stories Dozois wrote in collaboration with the author included in Dozois’s collection. (See “Down Among the Dead Men”)
hb. Geodesic Dreams, by Gardner DozoisNew York: Ace Books, 1992, paper, p. 118-122.
“Time Bride,” by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois, in Isaac Asi-mov’s Science Fiction Magazine 7 (December, 1983): 144-166. Illustrated by D. Della Ratta.
b. Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine. Listen for Pleasure Series. Ontario & Niagara Falls, New York: LFP Holdings, Inc., 1986, audio cassette (#LFP 7186), sides three and four. The entire text of the story read by Barbara Rosenblat.
c. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
cb. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
“A Cold Day in the Mesozoic,” in FearsEdited by Charles L. Grant. New York: Berkley Books, 1983, paper, p. 57-59.
b. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 71-73.
“Reunion,” in Shadows 6Edited by Charles L. Grant. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1983, cloth, p. 36-41.
ab. Shadows 6Edited by Charles L. Grant. New York: Berkley Books, 1986, paper, p. 36-41.
c. Visitations, by Jack Dann. Waterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 29-35.
“Afternoon at Schrafft’s,” by Jack Dann, Gardner Dozois, and Michael Swanwick, in Amazing Science Fiction Stories 57 (March, 1984): 77-83.
b. Magicats!Edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois. New York: Ace Fantasy Books, 1984, paper, p. 255-263.
c. as: ” ,” in Divergence no. 16 (Spring, 1988): 33-39. Pub lished by the Tohoku University SF Society. This translation and publication was unauthorized by author. [Japanese]
d. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
db. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
“Virgin Territory,” by Jack Dann, Gardner Dozois, and Michael Swanwick, in Penthouse 15 (March, 1984): 72-74, 98, 130, 135. Illustration by Brian Froud.
The title of this story was changed without authorization; its original title was: “Golden Apples of the Sun.”
b. as: “Golden Apples of the Sun,” in The Year’s Best Fantasy Stories: 11Edited by Arthur W. Saha. New York: DAW Books, paper, p. 127-148.
c. as: “Golden Apples of the Sun,” in Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
cb. as: “Golden Apples of the Sun,” in Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
d. as: “Golden Apples of the Sun,” in The Mammoth Book of Comic FantasyEdited by Mike Ashley. London: Robinson Publishing, 1998, cloth, p. 56-74.
“Bad Medicine,” in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 8 (October, 1984): 68-88. Illustrated by Robert McMahon.
Excerpted from the novel Counting Coup and substantially re vised, this is a major work of short fiction by the author. Nebula Award finalist for Best Novelette, 1984 and World Fantasy Award finalist for Best Short Story, 1984.
ab. as: “Schlechte Medizin,” in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine #25Edited by Friedel Wahren. München: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1985, paper, p. . [German]
b. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Second Annual CollectionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: Bluejay Books, 1985, cloth, p. 269-290.
bb. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Second Annual CollectionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: Bluejay Books, 1984, trade paper, p. 269-290.
d. Transcendental Tales From Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Ma-gazineEdited by Gardner Dozois. Norfolk, VA: Donning Co., 1989, paper, p. 9-34.
e. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“The Black Horn,” in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fic tion 67 (November, 1984): 8-26.
A study of a retired judge coming to terms with death, this is one of the author’s major works of short fiction.
b. Bestiary!Edited by Jack Dann & Gardner Dozois. New York: Ace Fantasy Books, 1985, paper, p. 71-92.
c. as: ” ,” in Divergence Extra no. 5 (Spring, 198_): . Pub lished by the Tohoku University SF Society. A showcase is sue containing seven works by the author. [Japanese]
d. Unicorns IIEdited by Jack Dann & Gardner Dozois. New York: Ace Fantasy Books, 1992, paper, p. 56-79.
e. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“The Gods of Mars,” by Jack Dann, Gardner Dozois, and Michael Swanwick, in Omni 7 (March, 1985): 50-54, 100-106. Interior illustration by Ernst Fuchs.
A Nebula Award finalist for Best Novelette, 1985.
ab. as: ” ,” in Omni Scientific Entertainment Magazine (April, 1985): 116-127. Translated by Jun Atsuki. Illustration by Angus McKie. [Japanese]
b. The 1986 Annual World’s Best SFEdited by Donald A. Woll heim with Arthur W. Saha. New York: DAW Books, 1986, paper, p. 69-91.
bb. as: “Die Götter des Mars,” in World’s Best SF 5Edited by Donald A. Wollheim and Arthur W. Saha. Bergisch Gladbach: Bastei Lübbe, 1986, paper, p. . [German]
c. as: ” ,” in Univers/87Edited by Jacques Sadoul. Paris: Éditions J’ai Lu, 198_, paper, p. . [French]
d. Omni: Diagnostic Medicine Edition (May, 1987): 32-38, 41-42. A special edition of the magazine courtesy of Winthrop Phar maceuticals. This story was the only fiction in this edition.
e. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
eb. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
f. as: _______ in Ikarie Science Fiction Monthly (_____, 199_) . . Translated into Czech by the magazine’s editor, Ivan Adamovic. [Czech]
Omni Visions TwoEdited by Ellen Datlow. Greensboro, North Carolina: Omni Books, 1994, trade paper, p. 23-41.
“The Clowns,” by Jack Dann, Gardner Dozois, and Susan Casper, in Playboy 32 (August, 1985): 82-83, 130, 154-164. Illustration by Guy Billout.
b. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246.
bb. Slow Dancing Through Time, by Gardner Dozois, [with] Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II. Kansas City, MO: Ursus Imprints in associated with Mark V. Ziesing, 1990, cloth, p. 223-246. A special signed limited edition in slipcase.
“Between the Windows of the Sea,” in Shadows 8Edited by Charles L. Grant. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1985, cloth, p. 37-50.
ab. Shadows 8Edited by Charles L. Grant. New York: Berkley Books, 1987, paper, p. 24-37.
b. Watery GravesEdited by T. Liam Macdonal, Stefan Dziemianowics, and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Marboro Books, 1994, trade paper. .
bb. Watery GravesEdited by T. Liam Macdonal, Stefan Dziemianowics, and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Marboro Books, 1994, cloth. .
c. Sea CursedEdited by Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Barnes & Noble, 199_, cloth. .
d. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 112-129.
“Tattoos,” in Omni 9 (November, 1986): 68-70, 132-149. Illustration by H. R. Giger.
This is one of the author’s major works of short fiction.
ab. as: “Tatuaje,” in Omni 7 (no month listed, 1987): 60-62, 64-71. [Spanish]
b. Karl Edward Wagner Presents The Year’s Best Horror Stories XVEdited by Karl Edward Wagner. New York: DAW Books, 1987, paper, p. 251-277.
c. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Fourth Annual CollectionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1987, paper, p. 314-332.
d. Tattoo Advocate Journal 1 (Spring, 1988): 18-26. Illustrations by Michael Tanzer.
e. as: ” ,” in Univers/8_Edited by Jacques Sadoul. Paris: Éditions J’ai Lu, 198_, paper, p. . [French]
f. as: “Tatuaggi,” in Fantastiche VacanzeEdited by Marzio Tosello. Roma: Mondadori, 1989, paper, p. 95-114. [Italian]
g. Horrorstory, Volume 5: The Year’s Best Horror Stories XIII, The Year’s Best Horror Stories XIV, The Year’s Best Horror Stories XVIEdited by Karl Edward Wagner. Novata, CA and Lancaster, PA: Underwood/Miller, 1989, cloth, p. 667-686. Also issued in a limited, boxed, leather-bound edition of 350 copies.
h. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“Bringing It Home,” by Jack Dann and Barry N. Malzberg, in Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 6 (Febru-ary, 1987): 40-43. Illustrated by John Breakey.
“The Apotheosis of Isaac Rosen,” by Jack Dann and Jeanne Van Buren Dann, in Omni 9 (June, 1987): 113-116.
One of eight short stories on religious themes commissioned by the magazine. The stories were grouped under the title “The Visitation and Other Divine Encounters.” Other authors in cluded: Greg Bear, Gérard Klein, Michael Bishop, Connie Willis, Roger Zelazny, John Brunner, and Damien Broderick.
b. The Year’s Best Fantasy Stories: 14Edited by Arthur W. Saha. New York: DAW Books, 1988, paper, p. 93-98.
c. Baltimore Jewish Times 7 (February 10, 1989): 66-68, 71.
d. as: ” ,” in Divergence Extra no. 5 (Spring, 198_): . Pub lished by the Tohoku University SF Society. A showcase is sue containing seven stories by the author. [Japanese]
“Visitors,” in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 10 (October, 1987): 72-83. Illustrated by J. K. Potter.
Although this story has the same title as a previous short story by the author (see B28), it is a completely different work.
b. The House of Horror: the Architecture of FearEdited by Kathryn Cramer and Peter D. Pautz. New York: Arbor House, 1987, cloth, p. 144-157.
c. Karl Edward Wagner Presents The Year’s Best Horror Stories XVIEdited by Karl Edward Wagner. New York: DAW Books, 1988, paper, p. 205-219.
d. as _________ in Untitled Horror AnthologyEdited by Ivan Adamovic. _________________________, 199_, _______, p. . (Czech)
f. Isaac Asimov’s GhostsEdited by Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams. New York: Ace Books, 1995, paper, p. 89-102.
g. Visitations, by Jack Dann. Waterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 13-28.
“Blues and the Abstract Truth,” by Jack Dann and Barry N. Malzberg, in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 74 (January, 1988): 66-71.
b. Lord John 10Edited by Dennis Etchison. Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1988, cloth, p. 147-153.
bb. Lord John 10Edited by Dennis Etchison. Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1988, cloth, p. 147-153. A special signed, limited edition with leather spine.
c. as: ” ,” in Divergence Extra no. 5 (Spring, 198_): . Published by the Tohoku University SF Society. A showcase is sue containing seven stories by the author. [Japanese]
d, MetahorrorEdited by Dennis Etchison. New York, Dell Books, 199_, paper, p. __.
“Sentry,” by Jack Dann and Jack C. Haldeman II, in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction74 (February, 1988): 82-107. Cover painting of story by David Hardy.
ab. As: “Yacoboh,” in CBEPXHOBAR (Cyrillic: letters approximate) Fantasy & Science Fiction#35-36, June, 2004, paper, p 9-43. Russian edition of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Jack C. Haldeman’s name omitted in error. (Russia)
This is a sequel to “High Steel” (see B39), to be followed by other stories, which will eventually comprise the novel High Steel.
“Tea,” in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 12 (April, 1988): 60-77. Illustration by Laura Lakey.
b. as: ” ,” in Divergence Extra no. 5 (Spring, 198_): . Pub lished by the Tohoku University SF Society. A showcase is sue containing seven stories by the author. [Japanese]
c. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“Getting Up,” by Jack Dann and Barry N. Malzberg, in Tropi-cal ChillsEdited by Tim Sullivan. New York: Avon, 1988, paper, p. 177-188.
“Kaddish,” in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 13 (Ap-ril, 1989): 68-78. Illustration by Nicholas Jainschigg.
b. Karl Edward Wagner Presents The Year’s Best Horror Stories XVIIIEdited by Karl Edward Wagner. New York: DAW Books, Inc., 1990, paper, p. 17-29.
“The Incompleat Ripper,” by Jack Dann and Gregory Frost, in Starshore 1 (Summer, 1990): 26-29, 57. Incorrect biography lists Dann as living in Philadelphia.
“Voices,” in Omni 13 (August, 1991): 66-73; 94-96 Illustration by Ralph Giguiere..
b. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Ninth Annual CollectionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992, cloth, p. 446-453.
bb. The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Ninth Annual CollectionEdited by Gardner Dozois. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992, trade paper, p. 446-453.
c. Festive ImaginingsEdited by Russell B. Farr for the Committee for the Festival of the Imagination 1997. Perth, Australia: The Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation, 1997,paper, p. 30-37.
d. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“Life in the Air,” by Jack Dann and Barry N. Malzberg, in Amazing Stories 67 (April, 1992): 17-19. Illustration by Jean Elizabeth Martin.
“Jumping the Road,” in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 11 (October, 1992):16-49 Cover and interior illustration for this story by Nicholas Jainschigg.
b. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“The Glass Casket,” in Snow White, Blood RedEdited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. New York: Morrow Books, January 1993, cloth, p. 338-355. Author is quoted in introductory notes to the story.
ab. Snow White, Blood RedEdited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. New York: Avon, 1993, paper, p. 338-355.
ac. Snow White, Blood RedEdited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. New York: Signet, 1995, paper, p. 338-355.
b. ICONographyEdited by Russell B. Farr. The Souvenir Book of the 24th Annual Western Australian Science Fiction Convention, 1999, paper, p. 14-23.
c. Visitations, by Jack Dann. Waterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 36-51.
“The Extra,” in Journeys to the Twilight Zone, Volume 1Edited by Carol Serling and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: DAW Books, 1993, paper, p. 144-155.
ab. Journeys to the Twilight Zone, Volume IEdited by Carol Serling. New York: MJF Books, 1994, cloth, p. 144-155.
b. Twenty 3 (A Miscellany)Edited by Anna Hepworth, Simon Oxwell, and Grant Watson. Published in Association with the Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation and the Neutral Zone. Westfield, Western Australia: An Infinite Monkeys Book, April 1998, paper, p. 38-47.
c. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“Thunder-Being,” (Part One) by Jack Dann and Jack C. Haldeman II, in Amazing Stories 581 (April, 1993): 65-93 Illustration by Nicholas Jainschigg. This story is a serialization of part of the novel High Steel. (See A255)
“Thunder-Being,” (Part Two) by Jack Dann and Jack C. Haldeman II, in Amazing Stories 582 (April, 1993):.73-93 Illustration by Nicholas Jainschigg. This story is a serialization of part of the novel High Steel. (See A255)
“Vapors,” in Amazing Stories 583 (June, 1993): 36-43. Illustration by Alan Clark. This story was adapted from Dann’s historical novel The Memory Cathedral. (See A.32)
b. Festival of the Imagination Program BookEdited by Jonathan Straham for the Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation. Perth, Australia (April, 1996).
c. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 74-99.
“Art Appreciation” by Jack Dann and Barry N. Malzberg, in Omni 11. (September, 1993):. . This issue was published with varient cover Illustrations by James Marsh and Kim Passey.
“The Path of Remembrance,” in Amazing Stories 588 (November, 1993): 48-53. Illustration by Doug Chaffee. This story was adapted from the forthcoming historical novel The Memory Cathedral. (See A.32)
“Discounts,” by Jack Dann and Barry N. Malzberg, in Deals With the DevilEdited by Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: DAW Books Inc., October 1994, paper, p. 65-76.
Although only Dann’s name appears in the byline, it was in fact a collaboration.
“Counting Coup,” in Tales From the Great TurtleEdited by Piers Anthony and Richard Gilliam. New York: TOR Books, 1994, cloth, p. 171-191.
This story, although revised, is an exerpt from the novel, Counting Coup. See A22.
b. The Saturday Hermes (June 1998) Published as the programme book of Thylacon 2 by the programme committee.
c. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 173-203.
“Afternoon Ghost,” by Jack Dann and George Zebrowski in Return to the Twilight Zone, Volume IEdited by Carol Serling. New York: DAW Books, 1994, paper, p. 300-312.
ab. Return to the Twilight Zone, Volume IEdited by Carol Serling. New York: MJF Books, 1994, cloth, p. 300-312.
“Da Vinci Rising,” in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 6 (May, 1995): 116-166. Cover illustration for this story by Gary Overacre. Interior illustration by Ron Chironna. This novella integrates several sections of Dann’s novel The Memory Cathedral with approximately 5,000 words of new material. Winner of the 1996 Nebula Award for Best Novella. (See A.32)
c. Nebula Awards 32: SFWA’s Choices for the Best Science Fictoin and Fantasy of the Year,edited by Jack Dann. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1998, cloth, p. 72-137.
cb. Nebula Awards 32: SFWA’s Choices for the Best Science Fictoin and Fantasy of the Year,edited by Jack Dann. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 199, trade paper, p. 72-137.
d. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“Jubilee,” in Omni’s Neon/Visions (July, 1995). This novella was published in Omni’s on-line magazine, Omni On-line, which can be found on the America On-line computer network. Dann’s novella was commissioned for the launch of the experimental on-line Neon/Visions publishing venture. Omni has also placed this story on its Website on the Internet
b. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. 7-76. [See A51]
“Prologue: The Memory Cathedral,” in Chapter One: A Taste of Things to Come. Sydney, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers Australia, 1996, paper, p. 95-112.) The prologue to The Memory Cathedral was published as a selection in a book of first chapters to commemorate the launching of HarperCollins’ prestigious Flamingo imprint in Australia. Flamingo is the literary imprint of HarperCollins.
“Blind Eye,” in Eidolon: the Journal of Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy 22/23 (November, 1996): 69-75. Interior illustration by Gavin O’Keefe.
b. Science Fiction Age (January, 1997): 40-44 Interior illustration by Greg Carter.
c.. The Year’s Best Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy 1996, edited by Jonathan Strahan and Jeremy G. Byrne. Sydney, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers Australia, 1997, trade paper, p. 184-194.
d. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 100-111.
“Ships,” by Jack Dann and Michael Swanwick in Off Limits:Alien Sex 2, (Vengeance Is or Wild Justice?) edited by Ellen Datlow. New York: _____, 199_, cloth, p. .
b. Lethal KissesEdited by Ellen Datlow. London: Orion, 1996, cloth, p 285-302.
c. Moon Dogs by Michael SwanwickEdited by Ann A. Broomhead and Timothy P. Szczesuil. Framingham, MA: NESFA Press’ 2000, cloth, p. 275-291.
“Niagara Falling,” by Jack Dann and Janeen Webb in Japanese FuturesEdited by Orson Scott Card and Keith Ferrell. New York: DAW Books, December, 1997, paper, p. 187-224. Winner of the 1997 Aurealis Award and 1997 Ditmar Award for Best Science Fiction Short Story.
b. The Year’s Best Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy, Volume 2Edited by Jonathan Strahan and Jeremy G. Byrne. Sydney, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers Australia, 1998, paper, p. 117-154.
c. Wonder Years: the Ten Best Stories from a Decade PastEdited by Peter MacNamara. Sydney, Australia: MirrorDance, May, 2003, trade paper. 234-261. (ISBN: 0958 658 374)
d. The Best Australian Science Fiction Writing: A Fifty Year CollectionEdited by Rob Gerrand. Melbourne: Black Inc., December, 2004, cloth, p. 452-474. [ISBN: 186 395 3019]
“The Talking Sword,” in Fantastic WorldsEdited by Paul Collins. Sydney, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers Pty. Limited, 1998, paper, p. 291-313.
b. Bruce Coville’s ShapeshiftersEdited by Bruce Coville. New York: Avon Books, 1999, trade paper, p. 73-93. Illustration by Ernie Colón and John Nyberg.
“Spirit Dog,” in The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken DreamsEdited by James O’Barr and Edward E. Kramer. New York: Del Rey Books, November, 1998, cloth, p. 323-342. Story illustrated by Bob Eggleton.
ab. The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken DreamsEdited by James O’Barr and Edward E. Kramer. New York: Del Rey Books, October 1999, trade paper, p. 345-364.
ac. The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken DreamsEdited by James O’Barr and Edward E. Kramer. Hampton Falls, New Hampshire: Donald M. Grant, 2000, Cloth, p. 375-398. Signed, limited edition of 1,500 copies. Story illustrations by Bob Eggleton.
“Marilyn,” in Eidolon: the Journal of Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy 29/30 (April, 2000): 33-41. Interior illustration by Shaun Tan.
b. The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 587 (August, 2000): 44-56.
c. The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourteenth Annual CollectionEdited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling: St. Martin’s Press, July 2001, cloth, p. .
cb. The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourteenth Annual CollectionEdited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling: St. Martin’s Press, July 2001, trade paper, p. 57-65.
d. Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. . [See A51]
“The Fire-Eater’s Tale,” by Jack Dann and Janeen Webb in Lisa Snellings’ Strange AttractionEdited by Edward E. Kramer. Centreville, Virginia:: ShadowLands Press, 2000, cloth, p. 227-238. Interior art by Lisa Snellings. Standard edition.
ab. Lisa Snellings’ Strange AttractionEdited by Edward E. Kramer. Centreville, Virginia:: ShadowLands Press, 2000, cloth, p. 227-238. Interior art by Lisa Snellings. Signed limited edition of 500 copies.
ac. Lisa Snellings’ Strange AttractionEdited by Edward E. Kramer. Centreville, Virginia:: ShadowLands Press, 2000, cloth, p. 227-238. Interior art by Lisa Snellings. Delux edition.
“The Diamond Pit,” in Jubilee. Melbourne, Australia: HarperCollins Publishers, April, 2001, trade paper, p. 7-76. [See A51]
b. The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction 596 (June, 2000): 36-107. Cover painting by Ron Walotsky.
d. Fictionwise.com.
e. The Best Australian Science Fiction Writing: A Fifty Year CollectionEdited by Rob Gerrand. Melbourne: Black Inc., December, 2004, cloth, p. 517-579. [ISBN: 186 395 3019]
“Ting-a-Ling,” in (Redshift: New Stories of Speculative FictionEdited by Al Sarrantonio. New York: Penguin Putnam, Inc., 2001, cloth, p. 407-419.
b. Visitations, by Jack DannWaterville, Main: Five Star., 2003, cloth, p. 155-172.
“Eden,” Agog! Terrific Tales 2 (April, 2003): 269-270. This story was originally written for the ABC Australia and read by the author over the air in December 1999.
“The Hanging,” in Polyphony 2 (April 2003): 37-50. (ISBN 0-9720547-1-5)
“Summer,” in Men Writing Science Fiction As WomenEdited by Mike Resnick. New York: DAW Books., 2003, paper, p. 248-258.
“Rings Around the Moon,” in Polyphony 3 (October, 2003): 7-59. (ISBN 0-9720547-3-1)
“Good Deeds,” in Conqueror FantasticEdited by Pamela Sargent. New York: DAW Books, 2004, paper, p. 185-205. [ISBN: 0-7564-0191-7]
“Bugs,” in Postscripts 2 (Summer, 2004): 9-16.
ab. Postscripts 2 (Summer, 2004): 9-16. Limited edition, signed hardcover.
“Dreaming With the Angels,” in Postscripts 3 (March, 2005): __-__. (ISBN)
“Dharma Bums,” in Postscripts 4 (June, 2005): 99-123. Postscripts 4 (Summer, 2005): 99-123. Limited edition, signed hardcover.
“River,” by Jack Dann and Keith Ferrell in Millennium 3001Edited by Russell Davis and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: DAW Books, February 2006, paper, p. 12-39 (ISBN: 0-7564-0322-7)
“The Method,” in Postscripts 7 Summer, 2006): 25-36. (ISBN: 1-904619-94-0)
Postscripts 7 (Summer, 2006): 25-36. Limited edition, signed hardcover.
“Faulkner’s Seesaw,” with Barry N. Malzberg in Polyphony 6Edited by Deborah Layne and JayLake. Wilsonville, Oregon: Wheatland Press, 2006, trade paper, p. 39-45. [ISBN: 0-9755903-4-0]

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