Starship Troopers


The bibliography of Robert A. Heinlein includes 32 novels, 59 short stories and 16 collections published during his lifetime. According to his works, four films, two serials, several episodes of radio series were shot. He also wrote a script for one of the films. Three popular science books and two poems were published posthumously. Heinlein also wrote under pseudonyms. Known pseudonyms: Anson MacDonald, Lyle Monroe, John Riverside, Caleb Saunders and Simon York.

Below is a list in chronological order (without taking into account reviews, essays and other works):

Year Title Type Comments
1939 "Life-Line" short story Heinlein's first published short story.
1939 "Misfit" short story
1940 "Let There Be Light" short story
1940 "The Roads Must Roll" short story Awarded the retrospective Hugo Award for 1941 in the category "Best short story".
1940 "Requiem" short story Awarded a retrospective Hugo Award for 1941 as the best story
1940 "If This Goes On—" novel Awarded a retrospective Hugo Award for 1941 as the best novel.
1940 "Coventry" short story Won the 2017 Prometheus Hall of Fame award. Nominated for the Hugo Award, 1941.
1940 "Blowups Happen" short story
1941 "Orphans of the Sky" novel Consisting of two parts: "Universe" (Astounding Science Fiction, May 1941) and its sequel, "Common Sense" (Astounding Science Fiction, October 1941)
1941 "—We Also Walk Dogs" short story
1941 "Methuselah's Children" novel Prometheus Hall of Fame Award for "Best Classic Libertarian Sci-Fi Novel" (1997)
1941 "—And He Built a Crooked House" short story
1941 "Logic of Empire" novel
1941 "Sixth Column" novel Under the pseudonym Anson MacDonald.
1941 "They" short story
1941 "Beyond Doubt" short story Under the pseudonym Lyle Monroe, co-author - Elma Venc
1941 "Solution Unsatisfactory" short story Under the pseudonym Anson MacDonald.
1941 "Elsewhen" novel Under the pseudonym Caleb Sanders
1941 "By His Bootstraps" novel Under the pseudonym Anson MacDonald.
1941 "Lost Legacy" novel Under the pseudonym Lyle Monroe.
1942 "My Object All Sublime" short story Under the pseudonym Lyle Monroe. Written in 1939, not reprinted during the life of the author.
1942 "Goldfish Bowl" short story Under the pseudonym Anson MacDonald.
1942 "Beyond This Horizon" novel Under the pseudonym Anson MacDonald.
1942 "Pied Piper" short story Under the pseudonym Lyle Monroe. Written in 1939, not reprinted during the life of the author.
1942 "Waldo" short story Under the pseudonym Anson MacDonald.
1942 "The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag" novel Under the pseudonym John Riverside.
1947 "Space Jokey" short story
1947 "It’s Great to Be Back!" short story
1947 "The Green Hills of Earth" short story
1947 "Rocket Ship Galileo" novel
1947 "Columbus Was a Dope" short story Under the pseudonym Lyle Monroe.
1947 "They Do It With Mirrors" short story Detective story, first published under the pseudonym Simon York.
1947 "Jerry Was a Man" short story
1947 "Water Is for Washing" short story
1948 "Space Cadet" novel
1948 "Gentlemen, Be Seated!" short story
1948 "The Black Pits of Luna" short story
1948 "Ordeal in Space" short story
1949 "Delilah and the Space Rigger" short story
1949 "The Long Watch" short story
1949 "Red Planet" novel The novel was introduced to the Hall of Fame of the Prometheus Prize in 1996.
1949 "Poor Daddy" short story
1949 "Our Fair City" short story
1949 "Nothing Ever Happens on the Moon" short story
1949 "Gulf" novel
1950 "The Man Who Sold the Moon" novel Awarded with the retrospective Hugo Award for 1951
1950 "Farmer in the Sky" novel Awarded a retrospective Hugo Award for 1951.
1950 "Cliff and the Calories" short story
1950 "Destination Moon" short story
1951 "Between Planets" novel
1951 "The Puppet Masters" novel
1952 "Space Family Stone" novel In the shortened version of the magazine was called "Tramp Space Ship". In the British editions it was called "Space Family Stone".
1952 "The Year of the Jackpot" short story
1953 "Starman Jones" novel
1953 "Project Nightmare" short story
1953 "Sky Lift" short story
1954 "Star Beast" novel
1955 "Tunnel in the Sky" novel
1956 "Time for the Stars" novel
1956 "Double Star" novel Awarded the Hugo Prize, 1956.
1956 "The Door into Summer" novel
1957 "Citizen of the Galaxy" novel
1957 "The Menace from Earth" short story
1957 "The Man Who Traveled in Elephants" short story
1958 "Have Space Suit—Will Travel" novel Nominated for the Hugo Award, 1959.
1958 "Tenderfoot in Space" short story
1959 "Starship Troopers" novel Awarded with the Hugo Prize, 1960.
1959 "—All You Zombies—'" short story
1961 "Stranger in a Strange Land" novel
1962 "Searchlight" short story
1963 "Orphans of the Sky" novel
1963 "Glory Road" novel Nominated for Hugo, 1964.
1963 "Podkayne of Mars" novel
1964 "Farnham’s Freehold" novel
1966 "The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress" novel Awarded: "Hugo", 1967; Prometheus Award Hall of Fame, 1983.
1966 "Free Men" short story
1970 "I Will Fear No Evil" novel
1973 "Time Enough for Love: The Lives of Lazarus Long" novel Nominated for the award "Nebula" (1973), "Hugo" and "Locus" (1974). He was promoted to the Prometheus Hall of Fame in 1998.
1973 "No Bands Playing, No Flags Flying" short story
1979 "The Number of the Beast" novel
1980 "A Bathroom of Her Own" short story
1980 "On the Slopes of Vesuvius" short story
1982 "Friday" novel Was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel and the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1983.
1985 "The Cat Who Walks Through Walls" novel
1987 "To Sail Beyond the Sunset: The Life and Loves of Maureen Johnson" novel


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