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August Derleth Summary Bibliography

This is a complete list of works by H. P. Lovecraft. Dates for the fiction, collaborations and juvenilia are in the format: composition date / first publication date, taken from An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia by S. T. Joshi and D. E. Schultz, Hippocampus Press, New York, 2001. For other sections, dates are the time of composition, not publication. Many of these works can be found on Wikisource.

Fiction[edit]

Collaborations, revisions, and ghost writing[edit]

Works by August Derleth related to H. P. Lovecraft's works and notes[edit]

While often considered to be collaborations, the status of these works as such is disputed, despite their traditional status as belonging to the Cthulhu Mythos.[1]

Unknown authorship[edit]

  • The Inevitable Conflict. This was published in Amazing Stories (December 1930 and January 1931) under the name P. H. Lovering. A variety of evidence, including statistical analysis of the writing structure, has been put forward to suggest that Lovecraft was not the author.[2]

Juvenilia[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • The Poem of Ulysses, or The Odyssey [November 8, 1897]
  • Ovid's Metamorphoses [1898–1902]
  • H. Lovecraft's Attempted Journey betwixt Providence & Fall River on the N.Y.N.H. & H.R.R. [1901]
  • Poemata Minora, Volume II [1902]
  • C.S.A. 1861-1865: To the Starry Cross of the SOUTH [1902]
  • De Triumpho Naturae [July 1905]
  • The Members of the Men's Club of the First Universalist Church of Providence, R.I., to Its President, About to Leave for Florida on Account of His Health [c. 1908–12]
  • To His Mother on Thanksgiving [November 30, 1911]
  • To Mr. Terhune, on His Historical Fiction [c. 1911–13]
  • Providence in 2000 A.D. [March 4, 1912]
  • New-England Fallen [April 1912]
  • On the Creation of Niggers [1912]
  • Fragment on Whitman [c. 1912]
  • On Robert Browning [c. 1912]
  • On a New-England Village Seen by Moonlight [September 7, 1913]
  • Quinsnicket Park [1913]
  • To Mr. Munroe, on His Instructive and Entertaining Account of Switzerland [January 1, 1914]
  • Ad Criticos [January–May? 1914]
  • Frusta Praemunitus [June? 1914]
  • De Scriptore Mulieroso [June? 1914]
  • To General Villa [Summer 1914]
  • On a Modern Lothario [July–August 1914]
  • The End of the Jackson War [October 1914]
  • To the Members of the Pin-Feathers on the Merits of Their Organisation, and of Their New Publication, The Pinfeather [November 1914]
  • To the Rev. James Pyke [November 1914]
  • To an Accomplished Young Gentlewoman on Her Birthday, Decr. 2, 1914 [December 2? 1914]
  • Regner Lodbrog's Epicedium [c. December 1914]
  • The Power of Wine: A Satire [c. December 8, 1914]
  • The Teuton's Battle-Song [c. December 17, 1914]
  • New England [December 18, 1914]
  • Gryphus in Asinum Mutatus [1914?]
  • To the Members of the United Amateur Press Association from the Providence Amateur Press Club [c. January 1, 1915]
  • March [March 1915]
  • 1914 [March 1915]
  • The Simple Speller's Tale [April 1915]
  • On Slang [April 1915]
  • An Elegy on Franklin Chase Clark, M.D. [April 29, 1915]
  • The Bay-Stater's Policy [June 1915]
  • The Crime of Crimes [July 1915]
  • Ye Ballade of Patrick von Flynn [c. August 23, 1915]
  • The Issacsonio-Mortoniad [c. September 14, 1915]
  • On Receiving a Picture of Swans [c. September 14, 1915]
  • Unda; or, The Bride of the Sea [c. September 30, 1915]
  • On "Unda; or, The Bride of the Sea" [c. September 30, 1915]
  • To Charlie of the Comics [c. September 30, 1915]
  • Gems from in a Minor Key [October 1915]
  • The State of Poetry [October 1915]
  • The Magazine Poet [October 1915]
  • A Mississippi Autumn [December 1915]
  • On the Cowboys of the West [December 1915]
  • To Samuel Loveman, Esquire, on His Poetry and Drama, Written in the Elizabethan Style [December 1915]
  • An American to Mother England [January 1916]
  • The Bookstall [January 1916]
  • A Rural Summer Eve [January 1916]
  • To the Late John H. Fowler, Esq. [March 1916]
  • R. Kleiner, Laureatus, in Heliconem [April 1916]
  • Temperance Song [Spring 1916]
  • Lines on Gen. Robert Edward Lee [c. May 18, 1916]
  • Content [June 1916]
  • My Lost Love [c. June 10, 1916]
  • The Beauties of Peace [June 27, 1916]
  • The Smile [July 1916]
  • Epitaph on ye Letterr Rrr........ [August 29, 1916]
  • The Dead Bookworm [c. August 29, 1916]
  • On Phillips Gamwell [September 1, 1916]
  • Inspiration [October 1916]
  • Respite [October 1916]
  • The Rose of England [October 1916]
  • The Unknown [October 1916]
  • Ad Balneum [c. October 1916]
  • On Kelso the Poet [October? 1916]
  • Providence Amateur Press Club (Deceased) to the Athenaeum Club of Journalism [November 24, 1916]
  • Brotherhood [December 1916]
  • Brumalia [December 1916]
  • The Poe-et's Nightmare [1916]
  • Futurist Art [January 1917]
  • On Receiving a Picture of the Marshes of Ipswich [January 1917]
  • The Rutted Road [January 1917]
  • An Elegy on Phillips Gamwell, Esq. [January 5, 1917]
  • Lines on Graduation from the R.I. Hospital's School of Nurses [c. January 13, 1917]
  • Fact and Fancy [February 1917]
  • The Nymph's Reply to the Modern Business Man [February 1917]
  • Pacifist War Song—1917 [March 1917]
  • Percival Lowell [March 1917]
  • To Mr. Lockhart, on His Poetry [March 1917]
  • Britannia Victura [April 1917]
  • Spring [April 1917]
  • A Garden [April 1917]
  • Sonnet on Myself [April 1917]
  • April [April 24, 1917]
  • Iterum Conjunctae [May 1917]
  • The Peace Advocate [May 1917]
  • To Greece, 1917 [May? 1917]
  • On Receiving a Picture of ye Towne of Templeton, in the Colonie of Massachusetts-Bay, with Mount Monadnock, in New-Hampshire, Shown in the Distance [June 1917]
  • The Poet of Passion [June 1917]
  • Earth and Sky [July 1917]
  • Ode for July Fourth, 1917 [July 1917]
  • On the Death of a Rhyming Critic [July 1917]
  • Prologue to "Fragments from an Hour of Inspiration" by Jonathan E. Hoag [July 1917]
  • To M.W.M. [July 1917]
  • To the Incomparable Clorinda [July 1917]
  • To Saccharissa, Fairest of Her Sex [July 1917]
  • To Rhodoclia—Peerless among Maidens [July 1917]
  • To Belinda, Favourite of the Graces [July 1917]
  • To Heliodora—Sister of Cytheraea [July 1917]
  • To Mistress Sophia Simple, Queen of the Cinema [August 1917]
  • An American to the British Flag [November 1917]
  • Autumn [November 1917]
  • Nemesis [November 1, 1917]
  • Astrophobos [c. November 25, 1917]
  • Lines on the 25th. Anniversary of the Providence Evening News, 1892-1917 [December 1917]
  • Sunset [December 1917]
  • Old Christmas [late 1917]
  • To the Arcadian [late 1917]
  • To the Nurses of the Red Cross [1917]
  • The Introduction [1917?]
  • A Summer Sunset and Evening [1917?]
  • A Winter Wish [January 2, 1918]
  • Laeta; a Lament [February 1918]
  • To Jonathan E. Hoag, Esq. [February 1918]
  • The Volunteer [February 1918]
  • Ad Britannos—1918 [April 1918]
  • Ver Rusticum [April 1, 1918]
  • To Mr. Kleiner, on Receiving from Him the Poetical Works of Addison, Gay, and Somerville [April 10, 1918]
  • A Pastoral Tragedy of Appleton, Wisconsin [c. May 27, 1918]
  • On a Battlefield in Picardy [May 30, 1918]
  • Psychopompos: A Tale in Rhyme [late 1917-summer 1918]
  • A June Afternoon [June 1918]
  • The Spirit of Summer [June 27, 1918]
  • Grace [July 1918]
  • The Link [July 1918]
  • To Alan Seeger [July 1918]
  • August [August 1918]
  • Damon and Delia, a Pastoral [August 1918]
  • Phaeton [August 1918]
  • To Arthur Goodenough, Esq. [August 20, 1918]
  • Hellas [September 1918]
  • To Delia, Avoiding Damon [September 1918]
  • Alfredo; a Tragedy [September 14, 1918]
  • The Eidolon [October 1918]
  • Monos: An Ode [October 1918]
  • Germania—1918 [November 1918]
  • To Col. Linkaby Didd [November 1, 1918]
  • Ambition [December 1918]
  • A Cycle of Verse [November–December 1918]
  • To the Eighth of November [December 13, 1918]
  • To the A.H.S.P.C., on Receipt of the Christmas Pippin [December? 1918]
  • The Conscript [1918?]
  • Greetings [January 1919]
  • Theodore Roosevelt [January 1919]
  • To Maj.-Gen. Omar Bundy, U.S.A. [January 1919]
  • To Jonathan Hoag, Esq. [February 1919]
  • Despair [c. February 19, 1919]
  • In Memoriam: J.E.T.D. [March 1919]
  • Revelation [March 1919]
  • April Dawn [April 10, 1919]
  • Amissa Minerva [May 1919]
  • Damon: A Monody [May 1919]
  • Hylas and Myrrha: A Tale [May 1919]
  • North and South Britons [May 1919]
  • To the A.H.S.P.C., on Receipt of the May Pippin [May? 1919]
  • Helene Hoffman Cole: 1893-1919 [June 1919]
  • John Oldham: A Defence [June 1919]
  • On Prohibition [June 30, 1919]
  • Myrrha and Strephon [July 1919]
  • The House [c. July 16, 1919]
  • Monody on the Late King Alcohol [August 1919]
  • The Pensive Swain [October 1919]
  • The City [October 1919]
  • Oct 17, 1919 [October 1919]
  • On Collaboration [October 20, 1919]
  • To Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, Eighteenth Baron Dunsany [November 1919]
  • Wisdom
Lovecraft's poem "Hallowee'en in a Suburb" was cover-featured on the September 1952 Weird Tales

Summary Bibliography: Sam Moskowitz

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  • Author: Sam Moskowitz Author Record # 837
  • Legal Name: Moskowitz, Samuel Martin
  • Birthplace: Newark, New Jersey, USA
  • Birthdate: 30 June 1920
  • Deathdate: 15 April 1997
  • Language: English
  • Webpages:findagrave.com, gcwillick.com, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN
  • Used These Alternate Names:Sam Moscowitz, Sam Muskowitz, Robert Sanders Shaw
  • Author Tags:non-fiction (6), Anatomy of Wonder 1 Core Collection (2), criticism (2), science fiction (1), action-adventure (1), first contact (1), heroic fantasy (1), betrayal (1), alien artifact (1), human explorers (1), alien animal (1), mars (1), twist ending (1), Cyrano de Bergerac (1), H. P. Lovecraft (1), memoir (1)
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Magazine Editor SeriesAnthologiesNonfiction SeriesNonfictionShort FictionPoemsEssay Series
  • Book Reviews (Science-Fiction Plus)
  • Chain Reaction (Science-Fiction Plus)
  • Fantasy Book Reviews (Fantastic Novels Magazine)
  • Locus Obituary
  • SF Profile
  • Science Fiction Chronicle Obituary
  • Studies in Science Fiction
  • The Cosmic Reporter
  • The Reference Library
  • The Science Fiction Collector
  • The Worldcon from the Beginning
  • What Man Can Imagine
  • William Hope Hodgson
Essays
  • Are We Advocates of Scientific Fiction? (1937)
  • Letter (Amazing Stories, February 1938) (1938)
  • Letter (Amazing Stories, January 1939): The Science Fiction Convention (1939)
  • Letter (Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1939): Five Star Issue (1939)
  • The Inscrutable American Angle (1939)
  • Letter (No Complaint) (1939)
  • Letter (Weird Tales, August 1939): Into Vigerous Maturity (1939)
  • Letter (Spaceways, October 1939) (1939)
  • Take Back Your Blarney (1940)
  • Letter: The "Eternals" Immortal (Thrilling Wonder Stories, March 1940) (1940) [only as bySam Muskowitz]
  • The Return of Sam Inscrutable (1940)
  • Clarification for Campbell (1940)
  • Future Fandom (1940)
  • Why "The Man Who Evolved" is my Favorite (1940)
  • Letter (Comet, December 1940) (1940)
  • Letter (No More Classics) (1941)
  • How Good an Editor Would a Fan Make? (1941)
  • Comparisons Are Odious (1941)
  • P.S.'s Feature Flash (1941)
  • The Time Stream: Editorial (1941)
  • The Time Stream (Fantasy Reporter, June 1942) (1942)
  • Letter (Planet Stories, Fall 1942) Hi Yo, Moskowitz, Away! (1942)
  • Slingin' the Scientifictional Bull (1944)
  • The Time Stream (Fantasy Times #8, April 1944) (1944)
  • The Fantasy Corner (Fantasy Times #9, May 1944) (1944) [only as by uncredited]
  • The Time Stream (Fantasy Times #9, May 1944) (1944)
  • The Fantasy Corner (Fantasy Times #10, June 1944) (1944) [only as by uncredited]
  • The Time Stream (Fantasy Times #10, June 1944) (1944)
  • By the Waters of Lethe or the Forgotten Man of Science-fiction (1945)
  • Fantasy May Come and Fantasy May Go (excerpt) (1945)
  • Time Waits For No One (1945)
  • Stanley G. Weinbaum: A Critical Appraisal (1946)
  • The Significance of the First Post War Science Fiction Convention (1946)
  • The Unprodigal Publisher Returns (1946)
  • Tribute to Walter Sullivan (1946)
  • PS's Feature Flash (Planet Stories, Fall 1946) (1946)
  • Philly Conference to Be Held Oct. 27 (1946)
  • On Fans and Fandom (Fantasy Times #16, September 8, 1946) (1946)
  • The Cosmic Reporter (Fantasy-Times #20, October 13, 1946) (1946) withThomas S. GardnerandLane Stannard
  • William S. Baring Gould at Queens SFL; QSFL Protests Shaver's Stories; 29 Present at October Meeting (1946) withJames V. TaurasiandAlvin R. Brown
  • Introduction (Life Everlasting and Other Tales of Science, Fantasy and Horror) (1947)
  • 'Policy' Is Losing Readers (1947)
  • Letter (Famous Fantastic Mysteries, February 1948): Moskowitz Answers Derleth (1948)
  • Letter: Weird vs. Science-Fantasy (Fantasy Review, April-May 1948) (1948)
  • A Basic Science-Fiction Library (1949) withSam Merwin, Jr.andDavid H. Keller, M.D.andEverett F. BleilerandForrest J. AckermanandP. Schuyler MillerandHenry KuttnerandPaul L. PayneandA. Langley SearlesandTheodore SturgeonandA. E. van VogtandDonald WandreiandC. L. Moore [only as byForrest J. AckermanandEverett BleilerandDavid H. KellerandSam Merwin, Jr.andP. Schuyler MillerandSam MoskowitzandLewis PadgettandPaul L. PayneandA. Langley SearlesandTheodore SturgeonandA. E. van VogtandDonald Wandrei]
  • The Case for Science-Fiction (1949)
  • Review of "Fantasy Calendar for 1950" (1950)
  • Nycon: The First World Science Fiction Convention (1950)
  • Letter (Famous Fantastic Mysteries, January 1951): Mr. Moskowitz Explains (1951)
  • Letter (Fantastic Story Magazine, Spring 1952) (1952)
  • The Case Against Modern Science Fiction (1952)
  • Did Science Fiction Predict Atomic Energy? (1952) withRobert A. Madle
  • Review of the nonfiction work "The Universe We Live In" by John Robinson (1953)
  • David H. Keller: In Retrospect (1953)
  • This is the ESFA (1953)
  • (foreword to Death of a Sensitive) (1954)
  • Introduction (Editor's Choice in Science Fiction) (1954)
  • Science Fiction Upswing: A Cyclic Condition (1954)
  • A Portfolio of Early Space Ships 1638-1929 (1956)
  • How Science Fiction Got Its Name (1956) also appeared as:
  • The Real Earth Satellite Story (1957)
  • Tennessee Williams, Boy Wonder (1957)
  • The Sons of Frankenstein (1958)
  • Two Thousand Years of Space Travel (1959)
  • To Mars and Venus in the Gay Nineties (1960)
  • Mr. Science Fiction: A Profile of Hugo Gernsback (1960)
  • Guest Editorial (1960)
  • Introduction (The Lost Machine) (1960)
  • The Lost Machine: Introduction (1960)
  • Unto Us a Child is Born: Introduction (1961)
  • The Man Who Saw the Future: Introduction (1961)
  • The Last Evolution: Introduction (1961)
  • "I, Robot": Introduction (1961) [also as by uncredited]
  • Armageddon - 2419 A.D.: Introduction (1961) [only as by uncredited]
  • Devolution: Introduction (1961) [also as by uncredited]
  • I, Rocket: Introduction (1961) [only as by uncredited]
  • John Carter and the Giant of Mars: Introduction (1961) [only as by uncredited]
  • Out of the Sub-Universe: Introduction (1961) [also as by uncredited]
  • The Flying Fool: Introduction (1961) [also as by uncredited]
  • The Garden of Fear: Introduction (1961)
  • The Undersea Tube: Introduction (1961)
  • The Cosmic Relic: Introduction (1961)
  • The Exterminator: Introduction (1961)
  • Introduction (The Coming of the Ice) (1961)
  • The Coming of the Ice: Introduction (1961)
  • The Creator: Introduction (1961)
  • The Root of Ampoi: Introduction (1961)
  • Ship of Darkness: Introduction (1961)
  • The Hungry Guinea-Pig: Introduction (1961)
  • The Mother: Introduction (1961)
  • To Heaven Standing Up: Introduction (1961)
  • The Cosmic Express: Introduction (1961)
  • The Dead Remember: Introduction (1961)
  • The Human Zero: Introduction (1962)
  • Missionaries From the Sky: Introduction (1962)
  • The Shadow Out of Space: Introduction (1962)
  • Euthanasia Limited: Introduction (1962)
  • Introduction (Euthanasia Limited) (1962)
  • The Darkness on Fifth Avenue: Introduction (1962)
  • Nonstop to Mars: Introduction (1962)
  • Spawn of the Ray: Introduction (1962)
  • The Airlords of Han: Introduction (1962)
  • The Council of Drones: Introduction (1962)
  • The Chamber of Life: Introduction (1962)
  • The Dragon of Iskander: Introduction (1962)
  • The Titan: Introduction (1962)
  • Fantasy and Science Fiction by Theodore Sturgeon (Bibliography) (1962) also appeared as:
  • New Worlds: Introduction (1962)
  • The Ice Man: Introduction (1962)
  • Presence of Mind: Introduction (1962)
  • The Young Old Man: Introduction (1962)
  • Planetoid 127: Introduction (1962)
  • The Planet of the Double Sun: Introduction (1962)
  • Heritage: Introduction (1962)
  • Ghosts of Prophecies Past, or, Frank Reade, Jr. and "Forgotten Chapters in American History" (1963)
  • Hugo Gernsback: "Father of Science Fiction" (1963)
  • Introduction (Explorers of the Infinite) (1963)
  • Introduction (Exploring Other Worlds) (1963)
  • Introduction (The Coming of the Robots) (1963)
  • Isaac Asimov's "Foundation" (1963)
  • Space Opus: Philip Wylie (1963)
  • The Future in Present Tense (1963)
  • The Lore of H. P. Lovecraft (1963)
  • The World, the Devil, and M. P. Shiel (1963)
  • To Barsoom and Back with Edgar Rice Burroughs (1963)
  • Introduction (Omega, the Man) (1963)
  • Omega, the Man: Introduction (1963)
  • The Man Next Door: Introduction (1963)
  • Let 'Em Eat Space: Introduction (1963)
  • The Tale of the Atom: Introduction (1963)
  • Professor Jonkin's Cannibal Plant: Introduction (1963)
  • He That Hath Wings: Introduction (1963)
  • The Devil In Hollywood: Introduction (1963)
  • The Singing Sands of Prester John: Introduction (1963)
  • The Prince of Liars: Introduction (1963)
  • The Wolf Woman: Introduction (1963)
  • The Coming of the Little People: Introduction (1964)
  • Letter (Analog, April 1964) (1964)
  • The Devil Came to Our Valley: Introduction (1964)
  • From the Beginning: Introduction (1964)
  • Introduction (Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction) (1965)
  • The Forgotten Creator of Weird Tales (1965)
  • Religion in Science Fiction: God, Space and Faith (1965) also appeared as:
  • Introduction (Fondation / Fondation et empire / Seconde fondation) [French] (1965)
  • Introduction (Les armureries d'Isher / Les fabricants d'armes) [French] (1965)
  • Virgil Finlay, Dean of Science Fiction Artists (1965) also appeared as:
  • Colorful Science Fiction Worlds of Alden H. Norton (1966)
  • Introduction (Doorway Into Time) (1966)
  • The Sleuth in Science Fiction (1966)
  • The Super-Sleuths of Science Fiction (1966)
  • Introduction (Demain les chiens / Le pêcheur) [French] (1966)
  • The Willy Ley Story (1966)
  • The Other Side of the Curtain - A Reflection of the Future (1966) withRoger Elwood
  • Introduction (La nuit du jugement / La dernière aube) [French] (1966)
  • Letter (Zenith Speculation, July 1966) (1966)
  • Tom Swift and the Syndicate (1966)
  • The Jew in Science Fiction (1966)
  • Introduction (The Spell of the Sword) (1967)
  • Introduction: The Doom of London (1967)
  • The Sense of Wonder (1967) also appeared as:
  • The Psychiatric Syndrome in Science Fiction (1967)
  • Introduction (Masterpieces of Science Fiction) (1967)
  • Letter (Riverside Quarterly, March 1967) (1967)
  • Introduction (Le silence de la Terre / Voyage à Vénus / Cette hideuse puissance) [French] (1967)
  • The Negro in Science Fiction (1967)
  • When Women Rule (1967)
  • Introduction: Master of the Octopus (1967)
  • Introduction (Histoire du Futur: Tome 1) [French] (1967)
  • Introduction (Masters of Horror) (1968)
  • Introduction: A History of Science Fiction in the Popular Magazines, 1891-1911 (1968)
  • Preface (Science Fiction by Gaslight) (1968)
  • Introduction (The Jewels of Vishnu) (1968)
  • The Veiled Feminists of Atlantis (Introduction) (1968)
  • Introduction (Les rois des étoiles / Retour aux étoiles) [French] (1968)
  • Introduction (Les amants étrangers / L'univers à l'envers) [French] (1968)
  • Barsoom (and Amtor) Pre Visited (1968)
  • Remote Projection (Introduction) (1968)
  • Ray Bradbury in France (1968)
  • Introduction (The Man Who Called Himself Poe) (1969)
  • Ritratto di A. E. Van Vogt [Italian] (1969)
  • Letter (Speculation 21) (1969)
  • The Cave (Introduction) (1969)
  • Introduction (Hauntings and Horrors) (1969)
  • Introduction (Cristal qui songe / Les plus qu'humains) [French] (1969)
  • Letter (SF Commentary 5) (1969)
  • Introduction (Great Untold Stories of Fantasy and Horror) (1969)
  • The Source of Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Gods of Mars, and Other Positive and Argumentative Statements (1969)
  • A History of "The Scientific Romance" in the Munsey Magazines, 1912-1920 (1970)
  • Preface (Under the Moons of Mars) (1970)
  • The debt of the film industry to science fiction classics (1970)
  • Letter (Riverside Quarterly, June 1970) (1970)
  • Letter (SF Commentary 14) (1970)
  • The Woman Who Wrote "Citadel of Fear" (1970)
  • (Introduction to Body and Soul) (1971)
  • (Introduction to From Hand to Mouth) (1971)
  • (Introduction to Grettir at Thorhall-Stead) (1971)
  • (Introduction to The Challenge from Beyond) (1971)
  • (Introduction to The Devil and the Picuris) (1971)
  • (Introduction to The Flying Lion) (1971)
  • (Introduction to The Pendulum and Pendulum) (1971)
  • (Introduction to The Pool of the Stone God) (1971)
  • (Introduction to Unseen—Unfeared) (1971)
  • (Introduction to Werewoman) (1971)
  • Abraham Merritt ou le Merveilleux [French] (1971)
  • Introduction (Horrors Unknown) (1971)
  • The OAK-ERB Feud (1971)
  • The Ultimate Hugo Gernsback (1971) also appeared as:
  • Introduction (The Space Magicians) (1971) withAlden H. Norton
  • Introduction (Ghostly By Gaslight) (1971)
  • Letter (Amazing Stories, May 1971) (1971)
  • The Gernsback "Magazines" No One Knows (1971)
  • Virgil Finlay [French] (1971)
  • John W. Campbell: A Personalized Obituary (1971)
  • Introduction (A Man Called Poe) (1972)
  • Kline vs. Burroughs: Discussions (1972) withDarrell C. RichardsonandFrank Belknap Long
  • Letter (OAK Leaves, V1n10) (1972)
  • Fifty Years Young (1973)
  • In the Beginning... (1973)
  • Introduction (Horrors in Hiding) (1973) withAlden H. Norton
  • Lost Giant of American Science Fiction-A Biographical Perspective (1973)
  • William Hope Hodgson - The Early Years (1973)
  • William Hope Hodgson - The Final Years (1973)
  • Neglected Repository of Supernatural Fiction (1973)
  • Felix Marti-Ibanez, M.D. (obituary) (1973)
  • Letter (SF Commentary, 35/36/37) (1973)
  • Reaching Our Audience (1973)
  • William Hope Hodgson - Novelist (1973)
  • Gustavus W. Pope: Creator of the "The Scientific Romance" (1974)
  • He Was the Legend, Too! (1974)
  • Introduction (A Round Trip to the Year 2000) (1974)
  • Introduction (Across the Zodiac: The Story of a Wrecked Record) (1974)
  • Introduction (Caxton's Book) (1974)
  • Introduction (City of Endless Night) (1974)
  • Introduction (Horrors Unseen) (1974)
  • Introduction (Olga Romanoff) (1974)
  • Introduction (The Angel of the Revolution) (1974)
  • Introduction (The Metal Monster) (1974)
  • The Light Fantastics of Robert W. Chambers (1974)
  • Theodore Sturgeon [Italian] (1974)
  • George Griffith-The Warrior of If (1974)
  • Introduction (The Iron Star) (1976)
  • Introduction (The Night Land) (1976)
  • Return to the Nightland: An Introduction (1977)
  • Inside Madle—A Fan for All Seasons (1977)
  • Letter (Amazing Stories, October 1977) (1977)
  • Letter (Emperor of Dreams: A Clark Ashton Smith Bibliography) (1978)
  • Olaf Stapledon: The Man Behind the Works (1978) also appeared as:
  • Letter (Analog, May 1978) (1978)
  • Introduction (Far Future Calling) (1979)
  • Peace and Olaf Stapledon (1979)
  • Letter (Science Fiction Review #30) (1979)
  • Letter (Science Fiction Review #31) (1979)
  • Introduction (Into the Sun & Other Stories) (1980)
  • Letter (SF Commentary 58) (1980)
  • Letter (F&SF, March 1980) (1980)
  • Letter (Asimov's, May 1980) (1980)
  • Letter (Weird Tales #1) (1980)
  • A Record of A Business Friendship (1981)
  • I Remember Derleth (1981)
  • Pilgrim's Progress: Prelude and Postscripts to the Publication of J. O. Bailey's Pilgrims Through Space and Time (1982)
  • Anatomy of a Collection: The Sam Moskowitz Collection (1983)
  • The Most Popular Stories in Weird Tales 1924 to 1940: With Statistics and Analytical Commentary (1983)
  • John Buchan: A Possible Influence on Lovecraft (1984)
  • Letter (Locus #280) (1984)
  • The Life, Work and Times of A. Merritt (1985)
  • Letter (Analog, March 1985) (1985)
  • Postface (Un magicien moderne) [French] (1985)
  • The Frome Finale (1985)
  • Five Steps to Science Fiction Sanity (1986)
  • Setting the Record Straight: A Response to Lundwall's 'Adventures in the Pulp Jungle' (1986)
  • Amazing Encounter: MacFadden's Takeover of Gernsback's Company (1986)
  • Amazing Encounter: Part II (1986)
  • Letter (Fantasy Review, May 1986) (1986) [only as bySam Moscowitz]
  • Atlanta's Worldcon: Bradbury Flying High! (1986)
  • Asimov at Philcon: "My Seven Steps to Celebrity" (1986)
  • (Response to Charles Elkins) (1987)
  • Ricky Slavin: A Memoir (1987)
  • Philcon '86 (1987)
  • Willy Ley: Forgotten Prophet of the Space Age (1987)
  • Willy Ley in the U.S.A., Part Two: Fiction, Fandom, Fame (1987)
  • Willy Ley in the U.S.A., Part III: Losing the Last One (1987)
  • Afterword to "Who Goes There?" (1988)
  • Letter (Locus #327) (1988)
  • Letter (NYRSF, October 1988) (1988)
  • From Fanzines to Fame: SF Figures Who Began as Fan Editors (1989)
  • Letter: Goldsmith's Golem (1989)
  • Foreword to "Song in a Minor Key" (1989)
  • Letter (NYRSF, November 1989) (1989)
  • The Origins of Science Fiction Fandom: A Reconstruction (1990)
  • A Landmark Pulp Magazine Bibliography (1990)
  • Me and My Shadow: Based on Several Interviews with John L. Nanovic (1990)
  • E. E. 'Doc' Smith e il senso del meraviglioso [Italian] (1991)
  • Nictzin Dyalhis: Mysterious Master of Fantasy (1991)
  • The Growth of Science Fiction from 1900 to the Early 1950s (1992)
  • Letter (Tekeli-li!, Winter/Spring 1992) (1992)
  • Introduction: A Timely Escape (1992)
  • Introduction: Bullion (1992)
  • Introduction: Carnacki, the Ghost Finder (1992)
  • Introduction: Date 1965: Modern Warfare (1992)
  • Introduction: Old Golly (1992)
  • Introduction: The Ghosts of the "Glen Doon" (1992)
  • Introduction: The Goddess of Death (1992)
  • Introduction: The Haunted "Pampero" (1992)
  • Introduction: The Silent Ship (1992)
  • Introduction: The Valley of Lost Children (1992)
  • Introduction: The Wild Man of the Sea (1992)
  • Preface (The Haunted "Pampero") (1992)
  • The Posthumous Acceptance of William Hope Hodgson 1918-1943 (1992)
  • Our of Surfeit Comes Specialization (1992)
  • W.C. Morrow: Forgotten Master of Horror - First Phase (1992)
  • Letter (Locus #385) (1993)
  • Alonzo Deen Cole and The Witch's Tales Magazine (1993)
  • Letter (Locus #393) (1993)
  • Collecting: A Form of Residual Research (1994)
  • The Rise and Fall of the First Gernsback Empire (1994)
  • The Compleat Fabian (1995)
  • Preface (Terrors of the Sea) (1996)
  • William Hope Hodgson's Sister: Roadblock to Recognition (1996)
  • The Science Fiction Pulps (1997)
  • Frank R. Paul Remembered (2009)
  • Introduction (William Hope Hodgson: Masters of the Weird Tale) (2010)
  • The Science Fiction Magazine: A Forum for New Ideas (2012) withJoseph Wrzos [only as bySam MoskowitzandJoe Wrzos]
  • Introduction (Minions of the Moon) (2017)
  • The Most Popular Stories in Weird Tales 1924 to 1940 (2017)
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