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R is for Rocket

This table lists the contents of R is for Rocket, and links to adaptations of the stories in various media

Story
Film/TV
Audio
Details of First publication
(and other notes)
R is for Rocket     First published as "King of the Gray Spaces", Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December 1943
The End of the Beginning     First published as "Next Stop: The Stars", Maclean’s, October 27 1956
The Fog Horn The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms   First published as "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms", Saturday Evening Post, June 23 1951.
The Rocket     First published as "Outcast of the Stars", Super Science Stories, March 1950
The Rocket Man     Maclean’s, March 1 1951
The Golden Apples of the Sun     Planet Stories, November 1953
A Sound of Thunder Ray Bradbury Theater   Collier's, June 28 1952.
The Long Rain     First published as "Death-by-Rain", Planet Stories, summer 1950
The Exiles     First published as "The Mad Wizards of Mars", Maclean’s, September 15 1949
Here There Be Tygers     New Tales of Space and Time, ed. Raymond J. Healy, Holt 1951
The Strawberry Window     Star Science Fiction Stories #3, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine 1954
The Dragon     Esquire, August 1955
The Gift     Esquire, December 1952
Frost and Fire     First published as "The Creatures that Time Forgot", Planet Stories, fall 1946
Uncle Einar     Dark Carnival (1947) (1947)
The Time Machine     First published as "The Last, the Very Last", The Reporter, June 2 1955
The Sound of Summer Running     First published as "Summer in the Air", Saturday Evening Post, February 18 1956

R is for Rocket

First published by ???? in 1962.

Picture shows Pan UK paperback edition (1976). Cover art by Ian Miller.

Bantam paperback, 19th printing June 1980. Cover art by Ian Miller.

 

 

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