Joanna Russ bibliography
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YEARMONTHTITLEORIGINAL APPEARANCECOLLECTED INNOTES
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1954March"Some Day Again" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1954May"Northerner" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1954December"Never Forgive Me" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1954December"Autumn" (poem)Red Clay Readeruncollected
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1954December"'It is autumn in the cloister garden'" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1955March"'Beautiful naked bodies walk across'" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1955May"Innocence"The Cornell Writeruncollectedlater published in Fantasy & Science Fiction, February 1975, and anthologized in 100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories, ed. Olander, Greenberg & Asimov
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1955November"Gurndel and Gurth" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollectedwith Dorothy Gilbert, either a translation of Old English poem by "Eggberd Appelfffrid" or a joke I don't get because I don't know Old English
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1955November"The Wise Man"The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1955"To R.L." (poem)Epochuncollected
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1956March"Death and the Gentleman" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1956May"Incident in the Public Gardens" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1956May"'Within the long-gone counties of summer'" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1956November"Schoolteacher's Daughter Speaks" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1957April"Queen at Ur" (poem)The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1957April"Martyr"The Cornell Writeruncollected
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1957"Family Snapshots--Botanical Gardens" (poem)Epochuncollected
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1957"A la mode" (poem)Epochuncollected
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1959September"Nor Custom Stale"Fantasy & Science FictionThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1962July"My Dear Emily"Fantasy & Science FictionThe Zanzibar CatThe Zanzibar Cat prints Russ's preferred ending; original magazine ending collected in David Hartwell, ed., The Dark Descent
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1963September"There Is Another Shore, You Know, Upon the Other Side"Fantasy & Science FictionThe Zanzibar Cat
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1964August"'I Had Vacantly Crumpled It Into My Pocket…But My God, Eliot, It Was a Photograph from Life!'"Fantasy & Science FictionThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1964December"Wilderness Year"Fantasy & Science Fictionuncollected
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1965August"Come Closer"The Magazine of HorrorThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1965November*"Life in a Furniture Store"EpochThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1966February"The New Men"Fantasy & Science FictionThe Zanzibar Cat
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1966February*"This Night at My Fire"EpochThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1966September"Mr. Wilde's Second Chance"Fantasy & Science FictionThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1966DecemberReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seenreviewing Strange Signposts: An Anthology of the Fantastic, ed. Roger Elwood & Sam Moskowitz
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1967January"Bluestocking"Orbit 2 (ed Damon Knight)The Adventures of Alyxoriginal title "The Adventuress"
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1967January"I Thought She Was Afeard Till She Stroked My Beard"Orbit 2 (ed Damon Knight)The Adventures of Alyxoriginal title "I Gave Her Sack and Sherry"
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1967February*"My Mother's House"Epochuncollected
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1967OctoberReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seenreviewing The Warriors of the Day by James Blish and Stealer of Souls and Stormbringer by Michael Moorcock
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1967November*"Visiting"Manhattan ReviewThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1967Paranoia and Science Fictionbook, Science Fiction Writers of American/asymposium with Russ, Alexei Panshin, and James Blish
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1968JanuaryReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seenreviewing Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny and The Mind Parasites by Colin Wilson
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1968February"This Afternoon"Cimarron ReviewThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1968May?"The Barbarian"Orbit 3 (ed Damon Knight)The Adventures of Alyxmonth unknown; before Picnic on Paradise
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1968June?Picnic on Paradisenovel, Ace BooksThe Adventures of Alyxmonth unknown; before July (Ace Special Rite of Passage by Alexei Panshin is after Picnic and published in July)
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1968JulyReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
revewing The Best of the Best, ed. Judith Merril, Ashes, Ashes by René Barjavel, trans Damon Knight, and A Torrent of Faces by James Blish and Norman L. Knight
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1968November"Alien Monsters"Speech, Philadelphia Science Fiction ConferenceThe Country You Have Never Seen
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1968November*"Scenes from Domestic Life"Consumptionuncollected
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1968DecemberReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing Black Easter by James Blish, The Final Programme by Michael Moorcock, The Still Small Voice of Trumpets by Lloyd Biggle, The Doomsday Men by Kenneth Bulmer, and Flesh by Philip José Farmer
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1968"Harry Longshanks"Fiction as Process (eds. Carl Hartman & Hazard Adams)uncollected
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1969February"Oh! She Has a Lover"Kinesisuncollected
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1969AprilReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing Pavane by Keith Roberts, The Age of the Pussyfoot by Frederik Pohl, The Santaroga Barrier by Frank Herbert, Transplant by Margaret Jones, and Omar by Wilfrid Blunt
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1969June"A Short and Happy Life"Fantasy & Science FictionThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1969August*"The Throaways"ConsumptionThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1969AugustReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Sword Swallower by Ron Goulart, The Phoenix and the Mirror by Avram Davidson, Small Changes by Hal Clement, The Best SF Stories from New Worlds #2, and 7 Conquests by Poul Anderson
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1969October"What Really Happened"Just Friendsuncollected
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1969SeptemberReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Prometheus Project: Mankind's Search for Long-Range Goals by Gerald Feinberg, Let the Fire Fall by Kate Wilhelm, World's Best Science Fiction 1968, The Last Starship from Earth by John Boyd, and The Da Vinci Machine by Earl Conrad
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1969December"Daydream Literature and Science Fiction"ExtrapolationThe Country You Have Never Seen
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1969December"That Moon Plaque (Men on the Moon)"Men on the Moon (ed. Donald A Wollheim)uncollected
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1970January"The Second Inquisition"Orbit 6 (ed Damon Knight)The Adventures of Alyx
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1970JanuaryReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Day of the Dolphin by Robert Merle, Bug Jack Barron by Norman Spinrad, Emphyrio by Jack Vance, Best SF: 1968 eds. Harry Harrison and Brian Aldiss, and The Empty People by K.M. O'Donnell
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1970February"Initiation"Fantasy & Science Fictionuncollectedearly version of a portion of And Chaos Died, minor differences only
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1970March?And Chaos Diednovel, Acen/amonth unknown; second of 8 Ace Specials in 1970
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1970April"Visiting Day"SouthThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1970JulyReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Ship Who Sang by Anne McCaffrey, Satan's World by Poul Anderson, Report on Probability A by Brian W. Aldiss, and I Sing the Body Electric by Ray Bradbury
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1970August*Cap and BellsDisclosureuncollected
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1970September?"Window Dressing"New Worlds of Fantasy 2 (Ace Books)The Hidden Side of the Moonmonth unknown; almost certainly before September, when New Worlds of Fantasy 2 was reviewed in Locus
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1970October"The Wise Man"Cimarron Reviewuncollected
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1970November"The Image of Women in Science Fiction"Red Clay ReaderThe Country You Have Never Seen
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1970NovemberLetterSinister WisdomThe Country You Have Never Seen
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1970November"The Man Who Could Not See Devils"Alchemy and Academe (ed. Anne McCaffrey)The Zanzibar Cat
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1970November"The Precious Object"Red Clay ReaderThe Zanzibar Cat
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1970November"The View from This Window"Quark/1 (ed. Marilyn Hacker and Samuel R. Delany)The Hidden Side of the Moon
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1970November*"Suffer a Sea-Change"The William and Mary Reviewuncollected
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1970November*"Not for Love"Arlington Quarterlyuncollected
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1971FebruaryReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Perfect Day by Ira Levin, The Simultaneous Man by Ralph Blum, The Dark Symphony by Dean R Koontz, and Sea Horse in the Sky by Edmund Cooper
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1971AprilReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Bed Sitting Room dir. Richard Lester, First Flights to the Moon ed. Hal Clement, SF: Author's Choice 2 ed. and One Step from Earth by Harry Harrison, The Cube Root of Uncertainty by Robert Silverberg, Time Rogue by Leo P. Kelley, and Operation Aries by Gene Wolfe
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1971April"Poor Man, Beggar Man"Universe 1 (ed. Terry Carr)The Zanzibar Cathardcover only; month approximate, introduction to Universe 1 dated March
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1971May*"Foul Fowl"The Little MagazineThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1971May"The Zanzibar Cat"Quark/3 (ed. Samuel R. Delany and Marilyn Hacker)The Zanzibar Cat
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1971May"Communiqué from the Front: Teaching and the State of the Art"Colloquy: Education in Church and Societyuncollected
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1971June"Genre"Clarion (ed. Robin Scott Wilson)uncollected
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1971SeptemberReview columnThe Village VoiceThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Satanists ed. Peter Haining, The Complete Book of Magic and Witchcraft by Kathryn Paulsen, Practical Candle Burning by Raymond Buckland, Diary of a Witch by Sybil Leek, Master Guide to Psychism by Harriet A. Boswell, and Here, Mrs. Splitfoot by Robert Somerlott
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1971October"The Wearing Out of Genre Materials"College EnglishThe Country You Have Never Seen
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1971OctoberPower and Science Fictionaudio recording, Secondary Universe Conference 4n/a
recording of a panel discussion featuring Russ, Philip Klass, and Judith Merril; conflicting reports as to when tape was released but was recorded October 1971
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1971NovemberReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Dialectic of Sex by Shulamith Firestone, Abyss by Kate Wilhelm, The Light Fantastic ed. Harry Harrison, Partners in Wonder by Harlan Ellison and various, The Day After Judgment by James Blish
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1971DecemberReview columnCollege EnglishThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing The Shape of Utopia: Studies in a Literary Genre by Robert C. Elliott and Into the Unknown: The Evolution of Science Fiction from Francis Godwin to H.G. Wells by Robert M. Philmus
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1971December?"Gleepsite"Orbit 9 (ed. Damon Knight)The Zanzibar Catmonth unknown; probably toward end of year as hardcover was released in February 1972 and reviews began shortly thereafter
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1972March"When It Changed"Again, Dangerous Visions (ed. Harlan Ellison)The Zanzibar Cat
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1972March"Joanna Russ" (interview)Moebius Tripuncollectedinterview with Paul Walker; in Speaking of Science Fiction: The Paul Walker Interviews
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1972June"What Can a Heroine Do? Or Why Women Can't Write"Images of Women in Fiction (ed. Susan Koppelman)To Write Like a Woman
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1972June"The He-Man Ethos in Science Fiction"Clarion II (ed. Robin Scott Wilson)uncollected
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1972OctoberLetterVillage VoiceThe Country You Have Never Seen
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1972October"The New Misandry"Village Voiceuncollected
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1972November*Dear DiaryNorthwest Reviewuncollected
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1972DecemberReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing Moderan by David R. Bunch, The Falling Astronauts by Barry N. Malzberg, In the Pocket and Other SF Stories and Gather in the Hall of the Planets by K.M. O'Donnell, Humanity Prime by Bruce McAllister, The Committed Men by M. John Harrison, Pig World by Charles W. Runyon, and Can You Feel Anything When I Do This? by Robert Sheckley
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1972December"Nobody's Home"New Dimensions II (ed. Robert Silverberg)The Zanzibar Cat
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1972"Useful Phrases for the Tourist"Universe 2 (ed. Terry Carr)The Zanzibar Cat
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1973FebruaryReview columnFantasy & Science FictionThe Country You Have Never Seen
reviewing Pandora's Planet by Christopher Anvil, The Light That Never Was by Lloyd Biggle, Midsummer Century by James Blish, Beyond Apollo by Barry Malzberg, and What Entropy Means to Me by George Alec Effinger
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1973February*"Old Pictures"The Little MagazineThe Hidden Side of the Moon
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1973April"Speculations: The Subjunctivity of Science Fiction"Presented at the annual meeting of the Popular Culture AssociationTo Write Like a Woman
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1973May*"Somebody's Trying to Kill Me and I Think It's My Husband: The Modern Gothic"Journal of Popular CultureTo Write Like a Woman
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1973May*"Laura, the Camp, and That Terrible Thing"Monmouth Reviewuncollected
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1973May*"Window Dressing" (play)Confrontationuncollectedin Honor Moore, ed., The New Women's Theatre
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1973JuneReview columnThe Village VoiceThe Country You Have Never Seenreviewing The Future of Marriage by Jessie Bernard and Marriage: For and Against ed. Harold H. Hart
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