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"Really, they should take more care of books, even if it meant giving less attention to famine and plague and banditry."
— Poul Anderson, "Marius"


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Psychotechnic League tales, listed in internal chronological order.

Marius | Un‑Man | The Sensitive Man | The Big Rain | Quixote and the Windmill | Out of the Iron Womb! | Cold Victory | What Shall It Profit? | The Troublemakers | The Snows of Ganymede | Brake | Gypsy | Star Ship | The Acolytes | The Green Thumb | Virgin Planet | Teucan | The Pirate | Star Ways | Entity | The Stranger Was Himself | The Chapter Ends

"Marius"

Image - interior illustration for Marius from Astounding Science Fiction, March 1957

Illustration by H.R. van Dongen

"Marius," Poul Anderson, in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. 59, No. 1, March 1957 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 129-140, with interior illustration (pp. 129 & 137) by H.R. van Dongen (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. XIII, No 7, July 1957, with interior illustration by H. R. Van Dongen, pp. 116-125 (British edition);

• in The Horn of Time, uncredited editor, New York: Signet/New American Library, 1968, with unrelated cover illustration;

• as "Marius," Maria Celina Deiró Hahn, translator, in A Trompa do Tempo (The Horn of Time), uncredited editor, Barcelona: Editorial Bruguera, 1968 (Ficção Científica #9), with unrelated cover illustration (Portuguese translation);

• as "Marius," unknown translator, in Notlandung auf Jupiter und andere Stories, Günter M. Schelwokat, ed., Rastatt: Möewig, 1968 (Terra Nova #23), with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• as "Marius," Birgit Reß-Bohusch, translator, in Das Horn der Zeit, uncredited editor, München: Heyne (SF 3212), 1970, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in The Horn of Time, uncredited editor, New York: Signet/New American Library, 1973, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Horn of Time, uncredited editor, Boston: Gregg Press, 1978, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Future at War, Volume 1: Thor's Hammer, Reginald Bretnor, ed., New York: Ace, 1979, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Psychotechnic League, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1981, pp. 13-30, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate;

• in The Horn of Time, uncredited editor, London: Corgi/Transworld, 1981, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in There Will Be War, John F. Carr and Jerry Pournelle, eds., New York: Tor, 1983, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Future at War, Volume 1: Thor's Hammer, Reginald Bretnor, ed., Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 1988, with unrelated cover illustration;

• as "Marius," unknown translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund, Sandra Miesel, ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Admiralty: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 4, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2011, with unrelated dust jacket illustration;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 1, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2017 (trade paperback edition), pp. 5-17, with cover illustration (for "The Big Rain") by Kurt Miller.


"Un-Man"

Image - cover illustration for Un-Man from Astounding Science Fiction, January 1953

Illustration by Gordon Pawelka
(served by Galactic Central)

"Un-Man," Poul Anderson, in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. 50, No. 5, January 1953 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 9-80, with cover and interior illustration (pp. 9, 18, 29, 40, 51, 62 & 73) by Gordon Pawelka (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. 9, No. 6, June 1953, pp. 2-49, with cover illustration by Gordon Pawelka (British edition);

• in All About the Future, Martin Greenberg, ed., New York: Gnome Press, 1955, pp. 81-160, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Un-Man and Other Novellas, Poul Anderson, New York: Ace, 1962 (F-139), pp. 5-104, with cover illustration by Ed Valigursky ("double novel" with The Makeshift Rocket, "The Live Coward" and "Margin of Profit" also by Anderson);

• as UNO-Agent im Einsatz, Walter Spiegl, translator, Rastatt: Pabel, 1962 (Utopia Großband #170), with cover illustration by Rudolf Sieber-Lonati and interior illustration by Manfred Schneider (German translation);

• as UNO-Agent im Einsatz, Walter Spiegl, translator, München: Moewig, 1967 (Terra Extra #140), with cover illustration by Johnny Bruck (German translation);

• in Un-Man and Other Novellas, Poul Anderson, London: Dennis Dobson, 1972, pp. 5-102, with cover illustration by Richard Weaver (British edition);

• as "Der UN-Mensch," in Science-Fiction-Stories 18, Otto Kühn, translator, Berlin: Ullstein, 1972 (Ullstein 2000 #31), pp. 5-82, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in The Psychotechnic League, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1981, pp. 31-130, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate;

• in Isaac Asimov's Wonderful Worlds of Science Fiction 3: Supermen, Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh, eds., New York: Signet / New American Library, 1984, pp. 154-235, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Isaac Asimov's Wonderful Worlds of Science Fiction 3: Supermen, Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh, eds., London: Robinson, 1988, pp. 154-235, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• as "Der UN-Mensch," in Der Psychotechnik-Bund, Otto Kühn, translator, Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 23-105, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Bart Science Fiction Triplet #1, uncredited editor, New York: Bart Books, 1988, pp. 173-284, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in To Outlive Eternity and Other Stories, Poul Anderson, Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2007, pp. 251-310, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Door to Anywhere: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 5, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA Press, 2013, pp. 183-264, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 1, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2017 (trade paperback edition), pp. 21-100, with cover illustration (for "The Big Rain") by Kurt Miller.


"The Sensitive Man"

Image - interior title page from Fantastic Universe, January 1954

"The Sensitive Man," Poul Anderson (download from Project Gutenberg), in Fantastic Universe, Vol. 1, No. 4, January 1954 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 2-48, with unrelated cover illustration (and no interior illustration), and reprinted:

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, New York: Signet (New American Library), 1969, pp. 120-173, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, London: Gollancz, 1970, pp. 79-132, with unrelated dust jacket illustration (British edition);

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, New York: New American Library/SFBC, 1970, pp. 124-181, with unrelated dust jacket illustration by Brad Holland;

• as "Der integrierte Mensch," Walter Brumm, translator, in Jenseits der Unendlichkeit, Günter M. Schelwokat, editor, München: Heyne, 1972, pp. 75-130, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, London: Coronet, 1973, pp. 79-132, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in Neutron Stars, Gregory Fitz Gerald, ed., New York: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1977, pp. 9-71, with unrelated cover illustration by Richard Powers;

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, New York: Signet / New American Library, 1977, pp. 120-173, with unrelated cover illustration by Gene Szafran;

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, London: Coronet, 1980, pp. 79-132, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in The Psychotechnic League, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1981, pp. 131-200, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate;

• as "Der integrierte Mensch," unknown translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 23-105, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in A Bicycle Built for Brew: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 6, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA Press, 2014, pp. 120-173, with unrelated cover illustration by Bob Eggleton;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 1, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2017 (trade paperback edition), pp. 103-157, with cover illustration (for "The Big Rain") by Kurt Miller.


"The Big Rain"

Image - cover of Astounding Science Fiction, October 1954

Illustration by H.R. Van Dongen
(served by Galactic Central)

"The Big Rain," Poul Anderson, in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. LIV, No. 2, October 1954 (download from the Internet Archive), pp. 8-65, with cover and interior illustration (pp. 8-9, 17, 27, 36, 47 & 58) by H.R. Van Dongen, and reprinted:

• in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. 11, No. 3, March 1955, pp. 6-54, with cover and interior illustration by H.R. Van Dongen (British edition);

• as Rebellion auf der Venus, translated by Walter Spiegl, Rastatt: Pabel, 1961 (Utopia Großband #148), with cover illustration by Rudolf Sieb (German translation);

• as Rebellion auf der Venus, translated by Walter Spiegl (uncredited), München: Moewig, 1966 (Terra Extra #113), with cover illustration by Johnny Bruck (German translation);

• in All About Venus, Brian W. Aldiss, ed., New York: Dell, 1968, pp. 77-140, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Farewell, Fantastic Venus!, Brian W. Aldiss, ed., London: Macdonald, 1968, pp. 140-213, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in Farewell, Fantastic Venus!, Brian W. Aldiss, ed., London: Panther, 1971, pp. 132-199, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• as "Vor dem großen Regen," Walter Spiegl, translator, in Science-Fiction-Stories 12, Walter Spiegl, ed., Munich: Ullstein, 1972, pp. 7-86, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Farewell, Fantastic Venus!, Brian W. Aldiss, ed., London: Panther, 1977, pp. 132-199, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in The Psychotechnic League, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1981, pp. 201-282, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate;

• as "Vor dem großen Regen," Walter Spiegl, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 164-243, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Worldmakers: SF Adventures in Terraforming, Gardner Dozois, ed., New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2001, pp. 1-49, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in To Outlive Eternity and Other Stories, uncredited editor, Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2007, pp. 265-330, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in To Outlive Eternity and Other Stories, uncredited editor, Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2009, pp. 373-466, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Question and Answer: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 7, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2017, pp. 102-151, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 1, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2017 (trade paperback edition), pp. 161-225, with cover illustration (for "The Big Rain") by Kurt Miller.


"Quixote and the Windmill"

Image - interior illustration from Astounding Science Fiction, November 1950

Illustration by Edd Cartier

"Quixote and the Windmill," Poul Anderson, in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. XLVI, No. 3, November 1950 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 95-102, with interior illustration (p. 95) by Edd Cartier (image captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in Strangers from Earth, uncredited editor, New York: Ballantine, 1961, pp. 26-51, with unrelated cover illustration by Richard Powers;

• as "Die Nutzlose," Horst Mayer, translator, in Die Sternzigeuner und andere Stories, Günter M. Schelwokat, ed., München: Moewig, 1964 (Terra #376), pp. 15-18, with cover illustration by Karl Stephan (German translation);

• in Strangers from Earth, uncredited editor, London: Mayflower-Dell, 1965, pp. 35-46, with uncredited cover illustration by Jeff Jacks (British edition);

• in The Metal Smile, Damon Knight, ed., New York: Belmont Books, 1968, pp. 32-42, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Metal Smile, Damon Knight, ed., New York: Belmont Tower, 1974, pp. 32-42, with unrelated cover illustration;

• as "Don Quijote und die Windmühlen," uncredited translator, in SF Perry Rhodan Magazin, No. 18, August 1980, pp. 12-13, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Cold Victory, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 15-30, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "To Bring in the Steel" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, July 1978);

• in Strangers from Earth, uncredited editor, Wake Forest, NC: Baen Books, 1987, pp. 33-46, with unrelated cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate;

• as "Don Quijote und die Windmühlen," unknown translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Die Welt der Frauen, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 11-16, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Admiralty: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 4, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2011, pp. 224-230, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 7-16, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"Out of the Iron Womb!" (aka "Holmgang")

Image - interior illustration for Out of the Iron Womb! from Planet Stories, Summer 1955Image - interior illustration for Out of the Iron Womb! from Planet Stories, Summer 1955

Illustration by unknown artist

"Out of the Iron Womb!," Poul Anderson (download from Project Gutenberg), in Planet Stories, Vol. 6, No. 11, Summer 1955 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 4-22, with interior illustration (pp. 4 & 5) by unknown (signature illegible) artist (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• as "Holmgang" in Cold Victory, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 112-164, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "To Bring in the Steel" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, July 1978);

• as "Holmgang", Ronald M. Hahn, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Kalter Sieg, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 77-114, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• as "Holmgang" in Admiralty: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 4, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2011, pp. 257-280, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 19-50, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"Cold Victory"

Image - interior title page from Venture Science Fiction, May 1957

"Cold Victory," Poul Anderson, in Venture Science Fiction, Vol. 1, No. 3, May 1957 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 75-91, with interior illustration (p. 91) by John Giunta (image captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• as "Triste victoire" ("Sad Victory"), uncredited translator, in Fiction #71, Alain Dorémieux, ed., Paris: OPTA, 1959, pp. 81-96, with unrelated cover illustration (French translation);

• in Venture Science Fiction, January 1964, No. 5, pp. 36-51, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in Venture Science Fiction, March 1964, pp. 36-51(?), with unrelated cover illustration (Australian edition);

• in Seven Conquests, uncredited editor, New York: Macmillan, 1969, pp. 74-94, with unrelated dust jacket illustration;

• in Seven Conquests, uncredited editor, New York: Macmillan/SFBC, 1969, pp. 74-92, with unrelated dust jacket illustration (SFBC edition);

• in Seven Conquests, uncredited editor, New York: Collier, 1970, pp. 74-94, with unrelated cover illustration;

• as "Sieg in der Kälte," Wulf H. Bergner, translator, in Sieg in der Kälte, Günter M. Schelwokat, ed., München: Heyne, 1972, pp. 7-27, with uncredited cover illustration (German translation);

• in The Spear of Mars, Reginald Bretnor, ed., New York: Ace, 1980, pp. 196-228, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Conquests, uncredited editor, London: Panther / Granada, 1981, pp. 82-104, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in Cold Victory, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 165-195, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "To Bring in the Steel" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, July 1978);

• in Seven Conquests, uncredited editor, Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 1984, pp. 85-111, with unrelated cover illustration;

• as "Kalter Sieg," Wulf H. Bergner, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Kalter Sieg, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 152-176, with unrelated cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (German translation);

• in The Spear of Mars, Reginald Bretnor, ed., Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 1988, pp. 196-228, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Another Round at the Spaceport Bar, Darrell Schweitzer and George H. Scithers, eds., New York: Avon, 1989, pp. 163-182, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Another Round at the Spaceport Bar, Darrell Schweitzer and George H. Scithers, eds., London: New English Library, 1992, pp. 163-182, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 53-70, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"What Shall It Profit?"

Image - interior illustration from If: Worlds of Science Fiction, June 1956Image - interior illustration from If: Worlds of Science Fiction, June 1956

Illustration by Ed Emshwiller

"What Shall It Profit?," Poul Anderson (download from Project Gutenberg), in If: Worlds of Science Fiction, Vol. 6, No. 4, June 1956 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 74-89, with interior illustration (pp. 74-75) by Ed Emshwiller (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• as "Et pour quel profit?" ("And for what profit?"), uncredited translator, in Galaxie #148, Michel Demuth, ed., Paris: OPTA, 1976, pp. 61-83, with interior illustration by Mario Sarchielli and unrelated cover illustration (French translation);

• in Cold Victory, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 196-224, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "To Bring in the Steel" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, July 1978);

• as "Denn was hülfe es dem Menschen," Ronald M. Hahn, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Kalter Sieg, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 135-155, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 73-89, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"The Troublemakers"

Image - interior illustration from Cosmos Science Fiction, September 1953

Illustration by uncredited artist

"The Troublemakers," Poul Anderson, in Cosmos Science Fiction and Fantasy, Vol. 1, No. 1, September 1953 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 1-47, with interior illustration (p. 1) by uncredited artist (image captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in Science Fiction Monthly, No. 5, January 1956, pp. 44-85, with unrelated cover illustration (Australian edition);

• in Cold Victory, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 31-111, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "To Bring in the Steel" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, July 1978);

• as "Die Unruhestifter," uncredited translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Kalter Sieg, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 17-76, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Question and Answer: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 7, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2017, pp. 166-202, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 91-138, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"The Snows of Ganymede"

Image - interior illustration from Startling Stories, Winter 1954/1955Image - interior illustration from Startling Stories, Winter 1954/1955

Illustration by Paul Orban

"The Snows of Ganymede," Poul Anderson, in Startling Stories, Vol. 32, No. 3, Winter 1954/1955 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 10-57, with interior illustrations (pp. 10-11 and 17) by Paul Orban (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• as The Snows of Ganymede in The Snows of Ganymede / War of the Wing-Men, Poul Anderson, New York: Ace, 1958 (D-303), with cover illustration by Ed Valigursky ("double novel" omnibus with War of the Wing-Men, also by Anderson);

• as "Le nevi di Ganimede" ("The Snows of Ganymede"), Lella Pollini, translator, in Galassia #19, Roberta Rambelli, ed., Milano: Casa Editrice La Tribuna, 1962, pp. 3-97, with cover illustration by L. Galluppi (Italian translation);

• as Os Gelos de Ganymede (The Snows of Ganymede), Maria Fernanda Correia, translator, Lisbon: Galeria Panorama, 1968, with cover illustration by Diane Dillon and Leo Dillon (Portuguese translation);

• in A Bicycle Built for Brew: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 6, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2014, pp. 150-207, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 141-214, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"Brake"

Image - cover of Astounding Science Fiction, August 1957

Illustration by Kelly Freas
(served by Galactic Central)

"Brake," Poul Anderson, in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. LIX, No. 6, August 1957 (download from the Internet Archive), pp. 8-40, with cover by Kelly Freas and interior illustration (pp. 8-9, 17, 26 & 35) by Kelly Freas, and reprinted:

• in Astounding Science Fiction, December 1957, pp. 4-32, with cover and interior illustration by Kelly Freas (British edition);

• as "Notlandung auf Jupiter," uncredited translator, in Notlandung auf Jupiter und andere Stories, Günter M. Schelwokat, ed., Munich: Moewig, 1968 (Terra Nova #23), pp. 48-65, with cover illustration by Karl Stephan (German translation);

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, New York: Signet (New American Library), 1969, pp. 43-77, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, London: Gollancz, 1970, pp. 43-78, with unrelated dust jacket illustration (British edition);

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, New York: New American Library/SFBC, 1970, pp. 40-77, with unrelated dust jacket illustration;

• as "Bremsmanöver" ("Braking Maneuvers"), Walter Brumm, translator, in Jenseits der Unendlichkeit (Beyond Infinity), Günter M. Schelwokat, ed., München: Heyne, 1972, pp. 44-74, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, London: Coronet, 1973, pp. 43-77, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, New York: Signet / New American Library, 1977, pp. 43-77, with unrelated cover illustration;

• in Beyond the Beyond, uncredited editor, London: Coronet, 1980, pp. 43-78, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in Cold Victory, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 225-283, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "To Bring in the Steel" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, July 1978);

• as "Bremsmanöver," Walter Brumm, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Kalter Sieg, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 156-186, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in The Queen of Air and Darkness: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 2, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2009, pp. 169-195, with unrelated cover illustration by Thomas Canty;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 217-252, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"Gypsy"

Image - interior illustration from Astounding Science Fiction, January 1950

Illustration by Jack Gaughan

"Gypsy," Poul Anderson, in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. 44, No. 5, January 1950 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 66-79, with interior illustrations (p. 66 & 73) by Jack Gaughan (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• as "Zigenare " ("Gypsy"), unknown translator, in Häpna!, No. 7-8, July-August 1959, pp. 29-46, with unrelated cover illustration by Brian Lewis (Swedish translation);

• in Every Boy's Book of Outer Space Stories, T. E. Dikty, ed., New York: Frederick Fell, 1960, pp. _____, with unrelated dust jacket illustration;

• in Strangers from Earth, uncredited editor, New York: Ballantine, 1961, pp. 36-51, with unrelated cover illustration by Richard Powers;

• as "Die Sternzigeuner," Horst Mayer, translator, in Die Sternzigeuner und andere Stories, Günter M. Schelwokat, ed., München: Moewig, 1964 (Terra #376), pp. 19-25, with cover illustration by Karl Stephan (German translation);

• in Strangers from Earth, uncredited editor, London: Mayflower-Dell, 1965, pp. 47-68, with unrelated cover illustration by Jeff Jacks (British edition);

• in To the Stars: Eight Stories of Science Fiction, Robert Silverberg, ed., New York: Hawthorn, 1971, pp. 235-255, with unrelated dust jacket illustration by Judith Lerner;

• in Exiles, Ben Bova, ed., London: Orbit, 1977, pp. 11-27, with unrelated cover illustration by Chris Foss (British edition);

• in Exiles, Ben Bova, ed., New York: St. Martin's, 1978, pp. 11-27, with unrelated cover illustration by Bob Chronister;

• in Starship, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 12-35, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "World in the Clouds" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, March 1980);

• in Strangers from Earth, uncredited editor, Wake Forest, NC: Baen Books, 1987, pp. 47-72, with unrelated cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (British edition);

• as "Die Sternzigeuner," unknown translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Die Welt der Frauen, Sandra Miesel (uncredited), ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 9-20, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• in Going for Infinity, uncredited editor, New York: Tor, 2002, pp. 65-80, with unrelated dust jacket illustration by Vincent Di Fate;

• in Going for Infinity, uncredited editor, New York: Tor (SFBC edition), 2002, pp. 65-80, with unrelated dust jacket illustration by Vincent Di Fate;

• in Going for Infinity, uncredited editor, New York: Tor, 2003, pp. 65-80, with unrelated cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate;

• as "Zigenare " ("Gypsy"), unknown translator, in Nova science fiction, No. 14, John-Henri Holmberg, ed., Stockholm: Gafiac, 2007, pp. _____, with unrelated cover illustration (Swedish translation);

• in Admiralty: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 4, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2011, pp. 191-202;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 255-270, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"Star Ship"

Image - interior title page from Planet Stories, Fall 1950, for Star Ship by Poul Anderson

"Star Ship," Poul Anderson (download from Project Gutenberg), in Planet Stories, Vol. 4, No. 8, Fall 1950 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 66-84, with interior illustration (p. 67) by uncredited artist (image captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in Space Odysseys, Brian W. Aldiss, ed., London: Futura (Orbit), 1974, pp. 237-275, with unrelated cover illustration by Eddie Jones;

• in Space Odysseys, Brian W. Aldiss, ed., London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1975, pp. _____, with unrelated dust jacket illustration by unknown artist;

• in Space Odysseys, Brian W. Aldiss, ed., New York: Doubleday, 1976, pp. 193-225;

• in Space Odysseys, Brian W. Aldiss, ed., New York: Berkley, 1978, pp. 197-230, with unrelated dust jacket illustration by One And One Studio;

• in Starship, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 36-81, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "World in the Clouds" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, March 1980);

• as "Das Sternenschiff," Peter Robert, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Die Welt der Frauen, Sandra Miesel, ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 21-58, with unrelated cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (German translation);

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 2, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 273-306, with cover illustration (for "The Snows of Ganymede") by Kurt Miller.


"The Acolytes" (or "The Tinkler")

Image - interior illustration from Worlds Beyond, February 1951

Illustration by uncredited artist

"The Acolytes," Poul Anderson, in Worlds Beyond, Vol. 1, No. 3, February 1951 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 56-73, with interior illustration (p. 56) by uncredited artist (image captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• as "The Tinkler" in Worlds of Tomorrow, August Derleth, ed., New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1953, pp. 9-34, with unrelated dust jacket illustration;

• as "The Tinkler" in Worlds of Tomorrow, August Derleth, ed., London: Four Square Books, 1963, pp. 8-31, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• as "The Tinkler" in Worlds of Tomorrow, August Derleth, ed., London: Four Square Books, 1967, pp. 7-30, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 3-19, with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller.


"The Green Thumb"

Image - interior title page from Science Fiction Quarterly, February 1953, for The Green Thumb

"The Green Thumb," Poul Anderson, in Science Fiction Quarterly, Vol. 1 (sic), No. 2, February 1953 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 12-26, with interior illustration (p. 12) by Paul Orban (image captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in Science Fiction Quarterly, No. 9, 1955, unpaginated, with unrelated cover illustration (British edition);

• in Masters of Science Fiction, Ivan Howard, ed. (uncredited), New York: Belmont, 1964, with unrelated cover illustration, pp. 94-115;

• as "Pollice verde," Vittorio Curtoni, translator, in L'uomo che fu dimenticato, Gianni Montanari, ed., Piacenza: La Tribuna, 1975 (Galassia #210), with unrelated cover illustration, pp. 86-108 (Italian edition);

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 21-41, with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller.


Virgin Planet

Image - cover of Venture Science Fiction, January 1957

Illustration by Ed Emshwiller

Virgin Planet, Poul Anderson, in Venture Science Fiction, Vol 1, No 1, January 1957 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 4-69, with cover and interior illustration (pp. 4, 5, 35 & 47) by Ed Emshwiller (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• as Virgin Planet, Poul Anderson, New York: Avalon Books, 1959, with dust jacket illustration by Ed Emshwiller;

• as Virgin Planet, Poul Anderson, Boston: Galaxy / Beacon, 1960, with cover illustration by Robert Stanley;

• as "Le amazzoni" ("The Amazons"), Benedetta Mangiameli, translator, in Le amazzoni (The Amazons), Giorgio Monicelli, ed., Milan: Mondadori, 1960 (Urania #235), pp. 3-109, with cover and interior illustration by Carlo Jacono (Italian translation);

• as Planet der Amazonen, Peter Mathys, translator, München: Moewig, 1961 (Terra Sonderband #38), with cover illustration by Johnny Bruck (German translation);

• as Planeta de Mujeres (Planet of Women), Fernando M. Sesén, translator, Barcelona: Vértice, 1964 (Galaxia #13), with cover illustration by Alberto Pujolar (Spanish translation);

• as Virgin Planet, Poul Anderson, London: Mayflower-Dell , 1966, with uncredited cover illustration;

• as Virgin Planet, Poul Anderson, London: Mayflower, 1969, with uncredited cover illustration;

• as Virgin Planet, Poul Anderson, New York: Paperback Library, 1970, with uncredited cover illustration;

• as Le amazzoni (The Amazons), Benedetta Mangiameli, translator, Milan: Mondadori, 1960 (Urania #563), with cover illustration by Karel Thole (Italian translation);

• as Virgin Planet, Poul Anderson, New York: Warner Paperback Library, 1973, with cover illustration by Charles Moll;

• as Virgin Planet, Poul Anderson, New York: Warner Paperback Library, 1977, with cover illustration by Michael Head;

• in Starship, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 36-182, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "World in the Clouds" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, March 1980);

• as Le amazzoni (The Amazons), Benedetta Mangiameli, translator, Milan: Mondadori, 1997 (Classici Urania #249), with cover illustration by Stephen Hickman (Italian translation);

• as O planeta das virgens, Alexandra Santos Tavares, translator, Lisbon: Livros do Brasil, 2000 (Argonauta #513), with cover illustration by António Pedro (Portuguese translation);

• as Planet djevica, Predrag Raos, translator, Zagreb: Lukom, 2000, with cover illustration by Karlo Galeta (Croatian translation);

• in Virgin Planet and Star Ways, Poul Anderson, Wake Forest, NC: Tor, 2000, pp. 1-204, with cover illustration by Clyde Caldwell;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 43-112, with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller.


"Teucan"

Image - cover of Cosmos Science Fiction, July 1954

Illustration by Bernard Safran
(served by Ontos)

"Teucan," Poul Anderson, in Cosmos Science Fiction and Fantasy, Vol. 1, No. 4, July 1954 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 1-20, with cover illustration by Bernard Safran and interior illustration (p. 1) by uncredited artist, and reprinted:

• in Starship, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 183-210, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "World in the Clouds" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, March 1980);

• as "Der Gott, der vom Himmel fiel," Peter Robert, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Die Welt der Frauen, Sandra Miesel, ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 129-151, with unrelated cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (German translation);

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 115-134, with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller.


"The Pirate"

Image - cover of Analog Science Fiction, October 1968

Illustration by Kelly Freas
(served by Galactic Central)

"The Pirate," Poul Anderson, in Analog Science Fiction ‐ Science Fact, Vol. LXXXII, No. 2, October 1968 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 8-34, with cover illustration and interior illustration (p. 8-9 & 32) by Kelly Freas (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in Homeward and Beyond, uncredited editor, New York: Doubleday, 1975, pp. 77-105, with unrelated dust jacket illustration by Roger Zimmerman;

• in Homeward and Beyond, uncredited editor, New York: Berkley Medallion, 1976, pp. 92-126, with unrelated cover illustration by Richard Powers;

• in Starship, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 211-252, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "World in the Clouds" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, March 1980);

• as "Marauder," Viktor Veber, translator, in The night that dies, A. Grigor'ev, ed., Moscow: Mir, 1988, pp. 66-105, with unrelated cover illustration by Kira Soschinskaja (Russian translation);

• as "Der Pirat," Peter Robert, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Die Welt der Frauen, Sandra Miesel, ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 152-187, with unrelated cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (German translation);

• in The Queen of Air and Darkness: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 2, Rick Katze, ed., Framingham, MA: NESFA, 2009, pp. 259-280, with unrelated cover illustration by Thomas Canty;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 137-165, with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller.


Star Ways

Image - dust jacket for Star Ways by Poul Anderson

Illustration by Ed Emshwiller
(served by Internet Archive)

Star Ways," Poul Anderson, New York: Avalon Books, 1956, with dust jacket illustration by Ed Emshwiller, and reprinted:

• as Star Ways, Poul Anderson, Whitby, ON: Ryerson Press, 1956, with dust jacket illustration by Ed Emshwiller (Canadian edition);

• in City Under the Sea / Star Ways, Poul Anderson, New York: Ace, 1957 (D-255), with cover illustration by Ed Emshwiller ("double novel" with City Under the Sea by Kenneth Bulmer);

• as Sternenwanderer, Robert F. Atkinson, translator, Rastatt: Pabel, 1958 (Utopia Großband #77), with cover illustration by Rudolf Sieber-Lonati (German translation);

• as I nomadi dell'infinito (The nomads of infinity), Andreina Negretti, translator, in Urania #183, August 3, 1958, pp. 3-111, with cover illustration by Carlo Jacono (Italian translation);

• as La route étoilée (The starry road), Collin Delavaud, translator, in La route étoilée (The starry road), uncredited editor, Paris: Éditions Satellite, 1959 (Les cahiers de la science-fiction #8), pp. 3-182, with uncredited dust jacket illustration (French translation);

• as La route étoilée (The starry road), Collin Delavaud, translator, in La route étoilée (The starry road), uncredited editor, Paris: Éditions Satellite, 1959 (Les cahiers de la science-fiction #18), pp. 3-182, with uncredited dust jacket illustration (French translation);

• as Cita Galactica (Galactic Date), María Antonia Roura, translator, Madrid: Editorial Cénit, 1961, with cover illustration by Ed Emshwiller (Italian translation);

• as Star Ways, Poul Anderson, New York: Ace, 1963 (D-568), with cover illustration by Ed Emshwiller;

• as I nomadi dell'infinito (The nomads of infinity), Andreina Negretti, translator, in Urania #515, June 1, 1969, pp. 3-159, with cover illustration by Karel Thole (Italian translation);

• as Viagem ao Infinito (Journey to Infinity), J. Ferreira de Almeida, translator, Porto: Brasília Editora, 1972, with unrelated cover illustration by Karel Thole (Portuguese translation);

• as La route étoilée (The starry road), Collin Delavaud, translator, Paris: Librairie des Champs-Élysées, 1974 (Le Masque - Science Fiction #5), with unrelated cover illustration by Richard Powers (French translation);

• as Nomaden des Weltalls, Dolf Strasser, translator, Berlin: Ullstein, 1976 (Ullstein 2000 #120), with cover illustration by uncredited artist (German translation);

• as The Peregrine, Poul Anderson, New York: Ace, 1978, with cover illustration by Michael Whelan;

• as I nomadi dell'infinito, Andreina Negretti, translator, Milan: Mondadori, 1982, with cover illustration by Karel Thole (Italian translation);

• as Nomaden des Weltalls, Dolf Strasser, translator, in Sternenfahrer, Ronald M. Hahn, ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1987, pp. 5-134, with unrelated cover illustration (German translation);

• as Os Caminhos das Estrelas, unknown translator, Lisbon: Livros do Brasil, 2000 (Argonauta #520), with cover illustration by unknown artist (Portuguese translation);

• in Virgin Planet and Star Ways, Poul Anderson, Wake Forest, NC: Tor, 2000, pp. 205-375, with unrelated cover illustration by Clyde Caldwell.


"Entity"

Image - interior title page from Astounding Science Fiction, June 1949

"Entity," Poul Anderson and John Gergen (may not be a Psychotechnic story), in Astounding Science Fiction, Vol. 43, No. 4, June 1949 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 59-72, with interior illustration (p. 59) by Brush (image captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 167-181, with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller.


"The Stranger Was Himself" (or "Symmetry")

Image - cover of Fantastic Universe, December 1954

Illustration by Alex Schomburg
(served by Internet Archive)

"The Stranger Was Himself," Poul Anderson, in Fantastic Universe, Vol. 2, No. 5, December 1954 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 99-108, with cover illustration by Alex Schomburg (and no interior illustration), and reprinted:

• as "Symmetry" in Space Folk, uncredited editor, Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 1989, pp. 183-194, with unrelated cover illustration by David Lee Anderson;

• as "Symmetry" in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 183-193, with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller.


"The Chapter Ends"

Image - interior illustration from Dynamic Science Fiction, January 1954Image - interior illustration from Dynamic Science Fiction, January 1954

Iillustration by Paul Orban

"The Chapter Ends," Poul Anderson (download from Project Gutenberg), in Dynamic Science Fiction, Vol. 1, No. 6, January 1954 (download from the Luminist League archives), pp. 10-25, with interior illustrations (pp. 10-11) by Paul Orban (images captured from the Luminist Archives), and reprinted:

• in Adventures in the Far Future, Donald A. Wollheim, ed., New York: Ace, 1954 (D-73), with cover illustration by Ed Valigursky ("double anthology" with Tales of Outer Space, Donald A. Wollheim, ed.);

• in American Science Fiction, No. 30, October 1954, pp. 17-30, with unrelated cover illustration by Stanley Pitt (Australian edition);

• as "Dernier chapitre" ("Last Chapter"), uncredited translator, in Satellite #28, April 1960, pp. 60-78, with unrelated cover illustration (French translation);

• as "Ein Kapitel schließt," Hans Kneifel, translator, in Sternenstaub, Günter M. Schelwokat, ed., München: Moewig, 1962 (Terra Sonderband #56), pp. 78-93, with unrelated cover illustration by Johnny Bruck (German translation);

• in Novelets of Science Fiction, Ivan Howard, ed., New York: Belmont Books, 1963, pp. 35-60, with unrelated cover illustration by Robert Maguire;

• as "Ein Kapitel schließt," Hans Kneifel, translator, in Sternenstaub, Günter M. Schelwokat, ed., München: Pabel-Moewig, 1979 (Terra Astra #426), pp. 50-62, with unrelated cover illustration by Eddie Jones (German translation);

• in Starship, Sandra Miesel, ed., New York: Tor, 1982, pp. 253-282, with cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (variant of cover illustration for "World in the Clouds" in Analog Science Fiction — Science Fact, March 1980);

• as "Ein Kapitel schließt," Hans Kneifel, translator, in Der Psychotechnik-Bund: Die Welt der Frauen, Sandra Miesel, ed., Berlin: Ullstein, 1988, pp. 188-206, with unrelated cover illustration by Vincent Di Fate (German translation);

• as "Final Chapter" in Earth is but a Star, Damien Broderick, ed., Perth: UWA Press, 2001, pp. 107-129, with unrelated cover illustration by Anders Sandberg (Australian Edition);

• in Supermen, Gardner Dozois, ed., New York: St. Martin's Press, 2002, pp. 1-17, with unrelated cover illustration by Nick Stathopoulos;

• in The Complete Psychotechnic League, Volume 3, David Afsharirad, ed. (uncredited), Wake Forest, NC: Baen, 2018 (trade paperback edition), pp. 195-215, with cover illustration (for Virgin Planet) by Kurt Miller.




This bibliography has been compiled from actual editions of Poul Anderson's work in the Catawrayannis Base hoard.  It also draws upon material which appears on the Poul Anderson pages at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database and Goodreads.  Information on foreign language editions also draws upon material which appears on the Poul Anderson pages at LeeLibros (Spanish), nooSFere (French), Jürgen Kerckhoff's Phantastische Bücher und Hefte (German), MondoUrania (Italian) and Il Catalogo Vegetti della Letteratura Fantastica (Italian).  These sources of information are much appreciated; nevertheless any errors in compilation here are solely the responsibility of Zarthani.net.



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