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==Short fiction==
 
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* "Sleeping Dogs", 1974 ([[Jupiter Award]] nominee, 1975)
 
* "Sleeping Dogs", 1974 ([[Jupiter Award]] nominee, 1975)
 
* "Croatoan", 1975 ([[Hugo Award]] nominee, 1976)
 
* "Croatoan", 1975 ([[Hugo Award]] nominee, 1976)
* "Shatterday", 1975 ([[Nebula Award]] nominee, 1976)
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* "Shatterday", 1975 ([[Nebula Award]] nominee, 1976; adapted for ''[[Twilight Zone]]'', 1985)
 
* "From A to Z, in the Chocolate Alphabet", 1976
 
* "From A to Z, in the Chocolate Alphabet", 1976
 
* "Seeing", 1976
 
* "Seeing", 1976
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==Screenplays==
 
==Screenplays==
  
* ''[[The Outer Limits]]'': "Demon With a Glass Hand" (adapted as graphic novel with [[Marshall Rodgers]] 1986)
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* ''[[Ripcord]]'': "Where Do Elephants Go to Die?", 1963
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* ''[[Route 66]]'': "A Gift For a Warrior", 1963
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* ''[[Burke's Law]]'': "Who Killed Alex Debbs?", 1963
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* ''[[Burke's Law]]'': "Who Killed Purity Mather?", 1963
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* ''[[Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea]]'': "The Price of Doom" (as Cordwainer Bird), 1964
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* ''[[Burke's Law]]'': "Who Killed Andy Zygmunt?", 1964
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* ''[[Burke's Law]]'': "Who Killed 1/2 of Glory Lee?", 1964
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* ''[[The Outer Limits]]'': "Demon With a Glass Hand", 1964 (adapted as graphic novel with [[Marshall Rodgers]] 1986)
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* ''[[The Outer Limits]]'': "Soldier", 1964
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* ''[[The Alfred Hitchcock Hour]]'': "Memo From Purgatory", 1964
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* ''The Oscar'' (with [[Clarence Greene]], [[Russell Rouse]], and [[Richard Sale]]), 1966
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* ''[[The Man from U.N.C.L.E.]]'': "The Sort of Do-It-Yourself Dreadful Affair", 1966
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* ''[[The Man from U.N.C.L.E.]]'': "The Pieces of Fate Affair", 1967
 
* ''[[Star Trek]]'': "The City on the Edge of Forever", 1967 (published in text form 1995)
 
* ''[[Star Trek]]'': "The City on the Edge of Forever", 1967 (published in text form 1995)
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* ''[[Cimmaron Strip]]'': "A Knife in the Darkness", 1968
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* ''[[The Flying Nun]]'': "You Can't Get There From Here" (as Cordwainer Bird), 1968
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* ''[[The Young Lawyers]]'': "The Whimper of Whipped Dogs", 1971
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* ''[[Ghost Story]]'': "Earth, Air, Fire and Water", 1973
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* ''[[The Starlost]]'': "Voyage of Discovery", 1973
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* ''[[Logan's Run]]'': "The Crypt", 1977
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* ''The Starlost: The Beginning'' (as Cordwainer Bird, with [[Martin Lager]] and [[Ursula K. Le Guin]]), 1980
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* ''The Starlost: Deception'' (with [[George Ghent]], [[Alfred Harris]], [[Arthur Heinemann]], and [[Norman Klenman]]), 1980
 
* ''Harlan Ellison's Movie'', 1990
 
* ''Harlan Ellison's Movie'', 1990
 
* ''I, Robot: The Illustrated Screenplay'' (not produced, but published in this form 1994)
 
* ''I, Robot: The Illustrated Screenplay'' (not produced, but published in this form 1994)
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* ''[[The Hunger]]'': "The Face of Helen Bournouw", 1998
  
 
==Graphic novels==
 
==Graphic novels==
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* ''Again, Dangerous Visions'', 1972
 
* ''Again, Dangerous Visions'', 1972
 
* ''Medea: Harlan's World'', 1985
 
* ''Medea: Harlan's World'', 1985
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* ''The Last Dangerous Visions'' (unpublished)
  
 
===The Harlan Ellison Discovery Series===
 
===The Harlan Ellison Discovery Series===

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A list of some works of Harlan Ellison.

Short fiction

  • "'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman", 1965 (Hugo and Nebula Awards, 1966) (adapted as screenplay with Rick Berry, screenplay published 1997)
  • "Delusions for a Dragon Slayer", 1966 (Hugo nominee, 1967)
  • "I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream", 1967 (Hugo Award, 1968) (adapted as computer game in 1995)
  • "Pretty Maggie Moneyeyes", 1967 (Hugo and Nebula Award nominee for best novelette, 1968)
  • "The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World", 1968 (Hugo Award, 1969)
  • "A Boy and His Dog", 1969 (Hugo nominee Nebula Award winner for best novella, 1970; screenplay adaption by L. Q. Jones won Nebula for best dramatic writing, 1976) (adapted as graphic novel Vic and Blood: The Chronicles of a Boy and His Dog with Richard Corben 1989)
  • "Shattered Like a Glass Goblin", 1969 (Nebula Award nominee, 1970)
  • "Brillo" (with Ben Bova), 1970 (Hugo Award nominee, 1971)
  • "The Region Between", 1970 (Hugo and Nebula Award nominee for best novella, 1971)
  • "Runesmith" (with Theodore Sturgeon), 1970
  • "The Human Operators" (with A. E. van Vogt), 1971
  • "Basilisk", 1972 (Hugo and Nebula Award nominee for best novelette, 1973)
  • "On the Downhill Side", 1972 (Nebula Award nominee, 1974)
  • "The Deathbird", 1973 (Hugo and Jupiter Award winner for best novelette and Nebula Award nominee, 1974)
  • "Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans: Latitude 38° 54' N, Longitude 77° 00' 13" W", 1974 (Hugo and Nebula Award winner for best novelette, 1975)
  • "Catman", 1974
  • "I'm Looking for Kadak", 1974
  • "Sleeping Dogs", 1974 (Jupiter Award nominee, 1975)
  • "Croatoan", 1975 (Hugo Award nominee, 1976)
  • "Shatterday", 1975 (Nebula Award nominee, 1976; adapted for Twilight Zone, 1985)
  • "From A to Z, in the Chocolate Alphabet", 1976
  • "Seeing", 1976
  • "Jeffty is Five", 1977 (Hugo, Nebula, and Jupiter Award winner and World Fantasy Award nominee, 1978; British Fantasy Award winner and Balrog Award nominee, 1979)
  • "Count the Clock That Tells the Time", 1978 (Hugo Award nominee, 1979)
  • "The Man Who Was Heavily Into Revenge", 1978
  • "All the Birds Came Home to Roost", 1979
  • "All the Lies That Are My Life", 1980 (Hugo Award nominee for best novella, 1981)
  • "Grail", 1981 (Balrog Award nominee, 1982)
  • "On the Slab", 1981
  • "Djinn, No Chaser", 1982
  • "Paladin of the Lost Hour", 1985 (Hugo Award winner and Nebula nominee for best novelette, 1986)
  • "With Virgil Oddum at the East Pole", 1985
  • "Eidolons", 1988
  • "The Function of Dream Sleep", 1988, (Hugo and Bram Stoker Award nominee for best novelette, 1989)
  • "She's a Young Thing and Cannot Leave Her Mother", 1998 (Bram Stoker Award nominee, 1989)
  • "The Few, the Proud", 1989
  • "The Man Who Rowed Christopher Columbus Ashore", 1992 (Nebula Award nominee)
  • "Mefisto in Onyx", 1993 (Bram Stoker Award winner, Hugo and World Fantasy Award nominee for best novella, 1994; Nebula Award nominee, 1995)
  • "Chatting With Anubis", 1995 (Bram Stoker Award, 1996)
  • "From A to Z, in the Sarsparilla Alphabet", 2001 (Bram Stoker Award for long fiction, 2002)
  • "Incognita, Inc.", 2001
  • "Goodbye to All That", 2003 (Nebula Award nominee, 2004)

Novels

  • Web of the City, 1958
  • The Sound of a Scythe, 1960
  • Spider Kiss, 1961
  • Doomsman, 1967
  • The Starlost: Phoenix Without Ashes (with Edward Bryant), 1975
  • All the Lies That Are My Life, 1991
  • Run For the Stars, 1991

Fiction collections

  • The Deadly Streets, 1958
  • Sex Gang (as Paul Merchant), 1959
  • A Touch of Infinity, 1960
  • Children of the Streets, 1961
  • Gentleman Junkie and other stories of the hung-up generation, 1961
  • Ellison Wonderland, 1962
  • Paingod and other delusions, 1965
  • I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, 1967
  • From the Land of Fear, 1967
  • Love Ain't Nothing But Sex Misspelled, 1968
  • The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World, 1969
  • Over the Edge, 1970
  • Alone Against Tomorrow: A 10-Year Survey, 1971
  • De Helden Van De Highway (published in Dutch only), 1973
  • All the Sounds of Fear (published in the UK only), 1973
  • The Time of the Eye (published in the UK only), 1974
  • Approaching Oblivion, 1974
  • Deathbird Stories, 1975 (World Fantasy Award nominee, 1976; British SF Award, 1979)
  • No Doors, No Windows, 1975
  • Hoe Kan Ik Schreeuwen Zonder Mond, published in Dutch only), 1977
  • Strange Wine, 1978 (Balrog Award nominee, 1979)
  • The Fantasies of Harlan Ellison, 1979
  • Shatterday, 1980 (World Fantasy Award nominee, 1981)
  • Stalking the Nightmare, 1982 (Balrog Award nominee, 1983)
  • The Essential Ellison: A 35-Year Retrospective, 1987 (Bram Stoker Award winner and Hugo nominee, 1988)
  • Angry Candy, 1988 (World Fantasy Award winner and Bram Stoker Award nominee, 1989)
  • Dreams With Sharp Teeth, 1991
  • Ensamvark (published in Sweden only), 1992
  • Jokes Without Punchlines, 1995
  • Slippage, 1996
  • The Worlds of Harlan Ellison (published in Russian only), 1997
  • Koletis, Kes Kuulutas Armastad Maailma Südames (published in Estonian only), 1999
  • La Machine Aux Yeux Bleus (published in French only), 2001
  • Troublemakers, 2001
  • The Essential Ellison: A 50-Year Retrospective, 2001 (World Fantasy Award nominee, 2002)

Screenplays

Graphic novels

  • Night and the Enemy (with Ken Steacy), 1987
  • Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor, 1996

Fan writing

  • "Birdbath to Bulbofagg", Vega #7-#10, 1952
  • "Dear Mr. Editor", Fan to See vol. 1, no. 2, 1953
  • "The Annals of Aardvark", Fan-Fare vol. 3, no. 3, 1953
  • "Fanzines in Profile: Vega", Spaceship #22, 1953
  • "A Walk Around the Block", Abstract #9, 1955
  • "Gimme an Aitch...", OKCon II Program Book, 1978

Essay collections

  • Memos From Purgatory, 1961
  • The Glass Teat: essays of opinion on television, 1970
  • The Other Glass Teat: further essays of opinion on television, 1975
  • The Book of Ellison, 1978
  • Sleepless Nights in the Procrustean Bed, 1984 (Hugo Award nominee, 1985)
  • An Edge in My Voice, 1985 (Hugo Award nominee, 1986)
  • Harlan Ellison's Watching, 1989 (Bram Stoker Award winner and Hugo and World Fantasy Award nominee, 1990)
  • The Harlan Ellison Hornbook, 1990

Editorial work

  • Editor of Science Fantasy Bulletin (renamed Dimensions in 1954), the newsletter of the Cleveland SF Society, 1952-1954
  • Dangerous Visions, 1967
  • Nightshade and Damnations: the finest stories of Gerald Kersh, 1968
  • Again, Dangerous Visions, 1972
  • Medea: Harlan's World, 1985
  • The Last Dangerous Visions (unpublished)

The Harlan Ellison Discovery Series