Philip K. Dick

Philip Kindred Dick

(1928-1982)


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Philip K. Dick - Introduction

Bio:

Born in Chicago on the 16th of Dec. Died on the second of March of a stroke. Several of his works have been adapted into high-profile films

Awards: Hugo

Bibliography:

Clans of the Alphane Moon
May 2002, Vinatge Books Trade Paperback ISBN:0-375-71928-8 Amazon.com
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick
Vols 1-5
Confessions of a Crap Artist
1975
Basis for the french film Confessions d'un Barjo
The Cosmic Puppets
1957, Ace
Deus Irae
with Roger Zelazny
Divine Invasion
July 1991, Vintage Books Trade Paperback ISBN:0-679-73445-7 Amazon.com
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
It is 2021 in the bleak post-nuclear zone of Northern California, where Rick Deckard is the bounty hunter assigned to hunt down and "retire" an escaped group of Nexus 6's -- the most fearsome androids ever created,"replicants" virtually indistinguishable from human beings. But Deckard finds himself hunted by the rogue androids, and dangerously entangled with their prototype, the seductive Rachel Rosen.
Deckard must redraw the fine line between man and machine as he struggles to stay alive in this nightmarish visionof the future.
Basis for the film Blade Runner.
1968, Doubleday
June 1996, Del Rey Trade Paperback ISBN:0-345-40447-5 Amazon.com
Time Warner AudioBook ISBN:1-57042-052-1
Study Guide
Dr. Bloodmoney
May 2002, Vintage Books Trade Paperback ISBN:0-375-71929-6 Amazon.com
Dr. Futurity
1960, Ace
Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said
1974, DAW
Galactic Pot-Healer
June 1994, Vintage Books Trade Paperback Reprint Edition ISBN:0-679-75297-8 Amazon.com
The Game-Players of Titan
July 1992, Vintage Books Trade Paperback Reissue Edition ISBN:0-679-74065-1 Amazon.com
The Ganymede Takeover
with Ray Nelson
1967, Ace
Gather Yourselves Together
1994, WCS Books
The Golden Man
1980, short story collection
The Man In The High Castle
1963 Hugo
The Man Who Japed
Martian Time-Slip
Classic SF paranoia novel.
1964, Ballantine
1995, Random House/Vintage trade paperback, ISBN:0-679-76167-5 cover by Heidi North. Amazon.com
A Maze of Death
June 1994, Vinatge Books Trade Paperback Reprint Edition ISBN:0-679-75298-6 Amazon.com
Minority Report
May 2002, Pantheon Books Hardcover ISBN:0-375-42187-4 Amazon.com
Now Wait for Last Year
July 1993, Vintage Books Trade Paperback Reissue Edition ISBN:0-679-74220-4 Amazon.com
May 2002, Vintage Books Trade Paperback ISBN:0-375-71929-6 Amazon.com
Puttering About in a Small Land
1985, Academy Chicago Publ.
Robots, Androids, and Mechanical Oddities
1984(?), Ed. Warrick & Greenberg
A Scanner Darkly
The Simulacra
The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch
The Transmigration of Timothy Archer
July 1991, Vintage Books Trade Paperback Reissue Edition ISBN:0-679-73444-9 Amazon.com
The Turning Wheel and Other Stories
1969
Ubik
December 1991, Vintage Books Trade Paperback ISBN:0-679-73664-6 Amazon.com
The Variable Man
1957, short story collection.
We Can Build You
June 1994, Vintage Books Trade Paperback Reprint Edition ISBN:0-679-75296-X Amazon.com
The World Jones Made
Floyed J. Jones, a man who can see the future, a man of great power, and a man that holds the survival of the world in his hands.
(c) 1956 by A.A. Wyn Inc.
1988, Bart Books ISBN:1-55785-012-7
July 1993, Vintage Books Trade Paperback Reissue Edition ISBN:0-679-74219-0 Amazon.com
The Zap Gun
August 1978, Dell ISBN:0-440-19907-7
(c) 1965 by Galaxy Publishing Corporation
The 21st Century super-states. Wes-bloc and Peep-East, kept an uneasy balance of power with a bizarre arms race - each producing a flood of terror weapons then promptly "plowsharing" them into consumer goods.
Lars Powderdry, Wes-bloc's weapons fashion expert, and his Peep-East counterpart, Lilo Topchev, were their nations' most jealously guarded assets. Only they could produce designs for such fiendish devices as the Evolution Gun from their mediumistic trances. The theory was that they had somehow tapped the concepts of another dimension.
The truth was a lot odder that that - as they discovered when alien satellites ringer Earth and began deleting cities ...

"The Builder"
1967 Amazing
"The Eyes Have It"
1953, Science Fiction Stories 1
"Frozen Journey"
December 1980 Playboy aka I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon
"The Gun
Sept. 1952 Planet Stories
"If There Were No Benny Cemoli"
"Rautavaara's Case"
October 1980 Omni
"Recall Mechanism"
July 1959 Worlds of If
"Roog"
1952, F&SF
reprinted in The Book of Philip K. Dick and The Preserving Machine and Other Stories
Notes
"Second Variety"
Basis for the movie Screamers
"We Can Remember It For You Wholesale"
Basis for the film Total Recall
"What'll We Do With Ragland Park"
November 1963 Amazing

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