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Our founding and still flagship title, the authoritative guide to all the works of Robert Heinlein. A 2001 Hugo Award nominee. New Kindle version (2020) contains updated material!
A complete and masterful analysis of Heinlein's most famous and significant novel as social satire.
The attendee souvenir book for the 2007 Heinlein Centennial, containing many previously unpublished Heinlein works and retrospectives by a host of notable writers and other figures influenced by Heinlein.
A humorous but insightful compendium of notable people who have changed not their last or complete name, but first and given names.
An authoritative look at how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming an imbedded part of our world, and its consequences—or benefits—to humanity.
A stunning and authentic insider's history of the first private manned spaceflight program, written by one of the two pilots who claimed the Ansari XPRIZE.
A comprehensive guide to professional craft publishing results in Kindle format.
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The authoritative list of Robert Heinlein's works with reference numbering system. Included in the book, but this standalone version on convenient letter-size pages includes check boxes and note space for collector, reader and researcher use.
In 1980, Robert Heinlein made a long, controversial claim about 'Federal Service' in his 1959 novel. This paper carefully analyzes the text of the book in evaluating Heinlein's 30-year-later claim.
While Dr. Leon Stover's 1988 book on Heinlein and his works was a breakthrough volume in many respects, it went to press with a considerable number of errors. This list and analysis of those errors is intended to guide readers and research users of the book, not criticize the late Dr. Stover—who, by the way, told me this was "the most positive criticism any of his works had ever received."
Possibly the funniest dog story ever written, and an introduction to the wonders of Great Danes.
An analysis of an overlooked clue in the groundbreaking graphic novel Watchmen, with a conclusion about two of the early heroes whose stories are vaguely told. Dave Gibbons said, "I'm not sure I agree, but it's such a clever approach I hate to say it's wrong." Judge for yourself.
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