Sunday, September 16, 2012

The Vortex Library

There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man . . . 

Welcome to the Library. Looking for a Twilight Zone or Night Gallery read? How about an audio book or a documentary film? Trying to fill the holes in your Twilight Zone collection? Here follows a selected bibliography/filmography of books, audio books, magazines, comic books, and films related to The Twilight Zone, its writers, and the works of Rod Serling.

Note: With few exceptions, we have not listed titles encompassing the fictional output of the show’s writers. For those interested in such information, we suggest visiting the Internet Speculative Fiction Database (isfdb.org) 

Critical Guides and Companions:

--The Twilight Zone Companion by Marc Scott Zicree (Bantam Books, 1982; Revised 2nd edition, 1989)

--The Twilight Zone: Unlocking the Door to a Television Classic by Martin Grams, Jr. (OTR, 2008)

--Dimensions Behind the Twilight Zone: A Backstage Tribute to Television’s Groundbreaking Series by Stewart T. Stanyard (ECW, 2007)

--Rod Serling and the Twilight Zone: the 50th Anniversary Tribute by Douglas Brode and Carol Serling (Barricade Books, 2009)

--Trivia from the Twilight Zone by Bill Devoe (BearManor Media, 2008)

--A Critical History of Television’s The Twilight Zone, 1959-1964 by Don Presnell and Marty McGee (McFarland, 1998)

--The Twilight Zone FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About the Fifth Dimension and Beyond by Dave Thompson (Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2015)

--The Twilight Zone: Rod Serling’s Wondrous Land by Kenneth Reynolds (iUniverse, 2014)

--Everything I Need to Know I Learned in the Twilight Zone: A Fifth Dimension Guide to Life by Mark Dawidziak (Thomas Dunne Books, 2017)

--The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia by Steven Jay Rubin (Chicago Review Press, 2017)

--A Dimension of Sound: Music in the Twilight Zone by Reba Wissner (Pendragon Press, 2013)

--Visions from the Twilight Zone by Arlen Schumer (Chronicle Books, 1991)

--Philosophy in the Twilight Zone, edited by Noel Carroll and Lester Hunt (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009)

--Irony In the Twilight Zone: How the Series Critiqued Postwar American Culture by David Melbye (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015)

--Fantastic Television by Gary Gerani and Paul H. Schulman (Harmony Books, 1977)

Teleplays:

--As Timeless as Infinity: The Complete Twilight Zone Scripts of Rod Serling (10 volumes), edited by Tony Albarella (Gauntlet Press, 2004-2013).

--The Best of Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone Scripts, edited by Tony Albarella (Gauntlet Press, 2014)

--Richard Matheson’s The Twilight Zone Scripts, edited by Stanley Wiater (Cemetery Dance, 1998)
            a.) Released in two paperback volumes by Gauntlet Press in 2001 & 2002

--The Twilight Zone Scripts of Charles Beaumont, Volume 1, edited by Roger Anker (Gauntlet Press, 2004). Volume 2 never appeared.

--Writing for the Twilight Zone by George Clayton Johnson (Outré House, 1980)

--Twilight Zone Scripts and Stories by George Clayton Johnson (Streamline Pictures, 1996)

--The Twilight Zone Scripts of Earl Hamner, edited by Tony Albarella (Cumberland House, 2003)

--The Twilight Zone Scripts of Jerry Sohl, edited by Christopher Conlon (BearManor Media, 2004)

--Filet of Sohl by Jerry Sohl, edited by Christopher Conlon (BearManor Media, 2003). Contains teleplays for two unproduced episodes: “Who Am I?” and “Pattern for Doomsday.”

--Forgotten Gems from the Twilight Zone (2 volumes), edited by Andrew Ramage (BearManor Media, 2005 & 2006)

Source Material and Adaptations:

--The Twilight Zone: The Original Stories, edited by Martin Harry Greenberg, Richard Matheson, and Charles G. Waugh (Avon, 1985 (paperback), MJF, 1985 (hardcover))

--Stories from the Twilight Zone by Rod Serling (Bantam Books, 1960)

--More Stories from the Twilight Zone by Rod Serling (Bantam Books, 1961)

--New Stories from the Twilight Zone by Rod Serling (Bantam Books, 1962)

--Stories from the Twilight Zone (omnibus edition of the three Bantam Books) by Rod Serling (Bantam Spectra, 1986). Issued in hardcover by TV Books in 1998.

--From the Twilight Zone by Rod Serling (Nelson Doubleday/BCE, 1962). Reprints 14 of the 19 stories from the Bantam Books. Omits “The Fever,” “Night of the Meek,” “A Thing About Machines,” “A Stop at Willoughby,” and “Showdown with Rance McGrew.”

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone by Walter B. Gibson (Grosset & Dunlap, 1963). Paperback: Chilling Stories from Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone (Tempo Books, 1965)

--Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone Revisited by Walter B. Gibson (Grosset & Dunlap, 1964).

--Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone by Walter B. Gibson (Wings Books, 1983). An omnibus edition.

--Stories from the Twilight Zone by Rod Serling, adapted by Horace J. Elias and illustrated by Carl Pfeufer (Skylark Illustrated Books, 1979). Comic-style adaptations of Serling’s first Twilight Zone book.

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone: Walking Distance, adapted by Mark Kneece and illustrated by Dove McHargue (Walker, 2008)

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone: The After Hours, adapted by Mark Kneece and illustrated by Rebekah Issacs (Walker, 2008)

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone: The Odyssey of Flight 33, adapted by Mark Kneece and illustrated by Robert Grabe (Walker, 2008)

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone: The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street, adapted by Mark Kneece and illustrated by Rich Ellis (Walker, 2008)

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone: The Midnight Sun, adapted by Mark Kneece and illustrated Anthony Spay (Walker, 2009)

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone: Deaths-Head Revisited, adapted by Mark Kneece and illustrated Chris Lie (Walker, 2009)

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone: Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up? Adapted by Mark Kneece and illustrated by Rich Ellis (Walker, 2009)

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone: The Big Tall Wish, adapted by Mark Kneece and illustrated by Chris Lie (Walker, 2009)

Audio:

--The Twilight Zone: The Mighty Casey, written by Rod Serling, performed by Fritz Weaver (Harper Audio, 1992)

--The Twilight Zone: Walking Distance, written by Rod Serling, performed by Cliff Robertson (Harper Audio, 1992)

--The Twilight Zone: The Odyssey of Flight 33, written by Rod Serling, performed by Roddy McDowall (Harper Audio, 1993)

--The Twilight Zone: The Midnight Sun, written by Rod Serling, performed by Lois Nettleton (Harper Audio, 1993)

--The Twilight Zone: The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street, written by Rod Serling, performed by Theodore Bikel (Harper Audio, 1993)

--The Twilight Zone: The Lonely, written by Rod Serling, performed by Jean Marsh (Harper Audio, 1993). Grateful acknowledgement to Tom Elliot of The Twilight Zone Podcast for bringing these recordings to our attention.

--The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas (18 volumes, 176 episodes), developed and produced by Carl Amari for Falcon Picture Group. Find a history and guide here.

Books and Films by and about Rod Serling:

--Rod Serling: Submitted for Your Approval, written by John F. Goff and Thomas Wagner, directed by Susan Lacy (PBS, 1995). A documentary film, part of PBS American Masters series.

--As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling by Anne Serling (Citadel, 2013)

--Rod Serling: The Dreams and Nightmares of Life in the Twilight Zone by Joel Engel (Contemporary Books, 1989)

­--Serling: The Rise and Twilight of Television’s Last Angry Man by Gordon F. Sander (Dutton, 1992)

--In the Zone: The Twilight Worlds of Rod Serling by Peter Wolfe (Popular Press, 1997)

--Unknown Serling: An Episodic History, the Bradbury, Kennedy, Pentagon, and WWII Stories by Amy Boyle Johnston (Cayuga, 2015; e-book, 2017)

--Spaceships and Politics: The Political Theory of Rod Serling by Leslie Dale Feldman (Lexington Books, 2010)

 --The Season to be Wary by Rod Serling (Little, Brown, 1967). Includes two stories, “The Escape Route” and “Eyes,” adapted by Serling for Night Gallery.

--Rod Serling’s Triple W: Witches, Warlocks, and Werewolves, ghost-edited by Gordon R. Dickson (Bantam Books, 1963)

--Rod Serling’s Devils and Demons, ghost-edited by Gordon R. Dickson (Bantam Books, 1967)

--Rod Serling’s Other Worlds, story notes by Jack C. Haldeman II (Bantam Books, 1978)

--Patterns: Four Television Plays With the Author’s Personal Commentaries (Bantam Books, 1957). Includes: “Patterns,” “The Rack,” “Old Macdonald Had a Curve,” and “Requiem for a Heavyweight.”

--Twilight Zone: Rod Serling’s Lost Classics (CBS, 1994), written by Rod Serling with Richard Matheson, directed by Robert Markowitz, produced by Carol Serling. Telefilm based on previously unproduced Serling scripts, “The Theatre” and “Where the Dead Are,” hosted by James Earl Jones and starring Gary Cole, Amy Irving, Jack Palance, and Patrick Bergen.

 Books and Films about Charles Beaumont:

--The Work of Charles Beaumont: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide by William F. Nolan (Borgo Press, 1986; revised ed. 1990). #6 in the Bibliographies of Moderns Authors series

--Running From the Hunter: The Life and Works of Charles Beaumont by Lee Prosser (Borgo Press, 1996). #68 in The Milford Series: Popular Writers of Today

--Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man, directed by Jason V. Brock (JaSunni Productions, 2010)

Books about Richard Matheson:

--The Richard Matheson Companion, edited by Stanley Wiater, Matthew R. Bradley, and Paul Stuve (Gauntlet Press, 2008)

--The Twilight and Other Zones: The Dark Worlds of Richard Matheson, edited by Stanley Wiater, Matthew R. Bradley, and Paul Stuve (Citadel, 2009). A slightly revised edition of The Richard Matheson Companion

--Richard Matheson on Screen: A History of the Filmed Works by Matthew R. Bradley (McFarland, 2010)

--Richard Matheson’s Monsters: Gender in the Stories, Scripts, Novels, and Twilight Zone Episodes by June M. Pulliam and Anthony J. Fonseca (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016)

Books about George Clayton Johnson:

--George Clayton Johnson, Fictioneer: From Ocean’s 11, Through The Twilight Zone, to Logan’s Run, and Beyond by Vivien Cooper (BearManor Media, 2013)

Books about Ray Bradbury:

--The Ray Bradbury Companion by William F. Nolan (Gale, 1975)

--Bradbury: An Illustrated Life: A Journey to Far Metaphor by Jerry Weist (William Morrow, 2002)

--The Bradbury Chronicles: The Life of Ray Bradbury by Sam Weller (William Morrow, 2005)

Find additional books about Ray Bradbury here.

Books about Earl Hamner:

--Earl Hamner: From Walton’s Mountain to Tomorrow by James E. Person, Jr. (Cumberland House, 2005)

Books by producer Buck Houghton:

­­--What a Producer Does: The Art of Moviemaking (Not the Business) by Buck Houghton (Silman-James, 1991)

Books by producer William Froug:

--How I Escaped Gilligan’s Island: And Other Misadventures of a Hollywood Writer-Producer by William Froug (Popular Press, 2005). Froug also wrote several books on screenwriting.

Books related to the first Twilight Zone revival series (1985-1989):

--New Stories from the Twilight Zone, edited by Martin Harry Greenberg (Avon, 1991). Re-released in 1997 by MJF as The New Twilight Zone.

--Tales from the New Twilight Zone by J. Michael Straczynski (Bantam Spectra, 1989)

Books related to the second Twilight Zone revival series (2002):

--The Twilight Zone: The Pool Guy/Memphis by Jay Russell (Black Flame, 2004)

--The Twilight Zone: Upgrade/Sensuous Cindy by Pat Cadigan (Black Flame, 2004)

--The Twilight Zone: Sunrise/Into the Woods by Paul Woods (Black Flame, 2004)

--The Twilight Zone: Chosen/The Placebo Effect by K.C. Winters (Black Flame, 2005)

--The Twilight Zone: Burned/One Night at Mercy by Christa Faust (Black Flame, 2005)

Books related to Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983):

--Twilight Zone: The Movie by Robert Bloch (Warner Books, 1983). A novelization of the film script. Read our review here.

--Special Effects: Disaster at “Twilight Zone,” the Tragedy and the Trial by Ron LaBrecque (Scribner, 1988)

--Outrageous Conduct: Art, Ego, and the Twilight Zone Case by Stephen Farber and Marc Green (Arbor House, 1988)

--Apocalypse on the Set: Nine Disastrous Film Productions by Ben Taylor (Overlook Duckworth, 2012)

Books and audio books related to Rod Serling’s Night Gallery:

--Night Gallery by Rod Serling (Bantam Books, 1971)

--Night Gallery 2 by Rod Serling (Bantam Books, 1972)

--Rod Serling’s Night Gallery Reader, edited by Carol Serling, Charles G. Waugh, and Martin H. Greenberg (Dembner Books, 1987)

--Rod Serling’s Night Gallery: An After-Hours Tour by Scott Skelton and Jim Benson (Syracuse University Press, 1998)

--Rod Serling’s Night Gallery Reader, Volume 1 (Pharaoh Audio, 1992). Contains: “The Little Black Bag” by C.M. Kornbluth, “The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes” by Margaret St. Clair, and “The Dark Boy” by August Derleth.

--Rod Serling’s Night Gallery Reader, Volume 2 (Pharaoh Audio, 1993). Contains: “The Escape Route” by Rod Serling.

--Rod Serling’s Night Gallery Reader, Volume 3 (Pharaoh Audio, 1993). Contains: “The Girl With the Hungry Eyes” by Fritz Leiber, “House – With Ghost” by August Derleth, “The Horsehair Trunk” by Davis Grubb, “The Ring With the Velvet Ropes” by Edward D. Hoch, and “Big Surprise” by Richard Matheson.

--Rod Serling’s Night Gallery Reader, Volume 4 (Pharaoh Audio, 1993). Contains: “Pickman’s Model” by H.P. Lovecraft, “The Return of the Sorcerer” by Clark Ashton Smith, “Sorworth Place” by Russell Kirk, and “Brenda” by Margaret St. Clair.

Magazines:

--Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone Magazine (TZ Publications; April, 1981 – June, 1989). Edited in succession by T.E.D. Klein, Michael Blaine, Robin Bromley, and Tappan King.  Find a history and checklist here.

--Night Cry (from the editors of Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone Magazine) (TZ Publications; 1984-1987). Edited in succession by T.E.D. Klein and Alan Rodgers.

Comic Books:

--The Twilight Zone (Dell/Western Publishing, 1961 – 1982).

--The Twilight Zone (NOW Comics, 1990-1993)

--The Twilight Zone (Dynamite Entertainment, 2014-2016)

Find a history and checklist of The Twilight Zone comics here.   

Miscellaneous Books:

--Journeys to the Twilight Zone, edited by Carol Serling (DAW, 1993). Issued in hardcover by MJF in 1996.

--Return to the Twilight Zone, edited by Carol Serling (DAW, 1994). Issued in hardcover by MJF in 1997.

--Adventures in the Twilight Zone, edited by Carol Serling (DAW, 1995)

--Twilight Zone: 19 Original Stories on the 50th Anniversary, edited by Carol Serling (Tor, 2009)

--More Stories from the Twilight Zone, edited by Carol Serling (Tor, 2010)

--The Twilight Zone: Shades of Night, Falling by John J. Miller (Twilight Zone novel #1; ibooks, 2003). First in a series of interconnected novels released at the time of the second revival series but not directly related to that series.

--The Twilight Zone: A Gathering of Shadows by Russell Davis (Twilight Zone novel #2; ibooks, 2003)

--The Twilight Zone: Deep in the Dark by John Helfers (Twilight Zone novel #3; ibooks, 2004)

Be sure to also visit the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation for a variety of resources on the creator of The Twilight Zone.

Source Stories Checklist (in order of original broadcast)

Note: Prose adaptations of teleplays are listed at the end of the initial list. This list is limited to stories which have seen publication, either before adaptation or afterwards. Stories which have never been published are not included in this list. Stories whose publication could not be verified have not been included.

The Twilight Zone (1959-1964)

Season 1:
"Time Enough at Last" by Lyn Venable
"Perchance to Dream" by Charles Beaumont
"Disappearing Act" by Richard Matheson (filmed as "And When the Sky Was Opened")
"What You Need" by Henry Kuttner & C.L. Moore (as by Lewis Padgett)
"All of Us Are Dying" by George Clayton Johnson (filmed as "The Four of Us are Dying")
"Third from the Sun" by Richard Matheson
"The Hitch-Hiker" by Lucille Fletcher (a radio play)
"Elegy" by Charles Beaumont
"Brothers Beyond the Void" by Paul W. Fairman (filmed as "People are Alike All Over")
"Execution" by George Clayton Johnson
"The Chaser" by John Collier

Season 2:
"The Howling Man" by Charles Beaumont
"The Prime Mover" by George Clayton Johnson
"Traumerei" by Charles Beaumont (uncredited source for "Shadow Play")

Season 3:
"It's a Good Life" by Jerome Bixby
"The Valley Was Still" by Manly Wade Wellman (filmed as "Still Valley")
"The Jungle" by Charles Beaumont
"To Serve Man" by Damon Knight
"Little Girl Lost" by Richard Matheson
"Four O'clock" by Price Day

Season 4:
"The Man Who Made Himself" ("In His Image") by Charles Beaumont (filmed as "In His Image")
"Mute" by Richard Matheson
"Death Ship" by Richard Matheson
"The Devil, You Say?" by Charles Beaumont (filmed as "Printer's Devil")
"Blind Alley" by Malcolm Jameson (filmed as "Of Late I Think of Cliffordville")
"Song for a Lady" by Charles Beaumont (filmed as "Passage on the Lady Anne")

Season 5:
"Steel" by Richard Matheson
"Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" by Richard Matheson
"The Old Man" by Henry Slesar (filmed as "The Old Man in the Cave")
"The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross" by Henry Slesar
"The Beautiful People" by Charles Beaumont (filmed as "Number Twelve Looks Just Like You")
"Long Distance Call" by Richard Matheson (filmed as "Night Call")
"An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" by Ambrose Bierce

The Twilight Zone (1985-1989)

Season 1:
"Shatterday" by Harlan Ellison
"Nightcrawlers" by Robert McCammon
"Examination Day" by Henry Slesar
"A Message from Charity" by William M. Lee
"Paladin of the Lost Hour" by Harlan Ellison
"The Burning Man" by Ray Bradbury
"Wong's Lost and Found Emporium" by William F. Wu
"One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty" by Harlan Ellison
"I of Newton" by Joe Haldeman
"The Star" by Arthur C. Clarke
"The Misfortune Cookie" by Charles E. Fritch
"Yesterday Was Monday" by Theodore Sturgeon (filmed as "A Matter of Minutes")
"To See the Invisible Man" by Robert Silverberg
"Gramma" by Stephen King
"Dead Run" by Greg Bear
"Button, Button" by Richard Matheson
"The Everlasting Club" by Arthur Gray (filmed as "Devil's Alphabet")
"Traumerei" by Charles Beaumont (uncredited source for "Shadow Play")
"The Last Defender of Camelot" by Roger Zelazny

Season 2:
"A Saucer of Loneliness" by Theodore Sturgeon
"Lost and Found" by Phyllis Eisenstein
"The Toys of Caliban" by Terry Matz
"Influencing the Hell Out of Time and Teresa Golowitz" by Parke Godwin (filmed as "Time and    Teresa Golowitz")

Season 3:
"The Cold Equations" by Tom Godwin
"Crazy as a Soup Sandwich" by Harlan Ellison

The Twilight Zone (2002)

"It's a Good Life" by Jerome Bixby (inspiration for "It's Still a Good Life')

Rod Serling's Night Gallery

Pilot:
"Eyes" by Rod Serling
"The Escape Route" by Rod Serling

Season 1:
"The Dead Man" by Fritz Leiber
"Room With a View" by Hal Dresner
"The Little Black Bag" by C.M. Kornbluth
"The House" by André Maurois
"The Shadows on the Wall" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman (filmed as "Certain Shadows on the        Wall")
"The Doll" by Algernon Blackwood
"The Horsehair Trunk" by Davis Grubb (filmed as "The Last Laurel")

Season 2:
"The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes" by Margaret St. Clair
"The Other Hand" by George Langelaan (filmed as "The Hand of Borgus Weems")
"A Death in the Family" by Miriam Allen de Ford
"The Witch" by A.E. Van Vogt (filmed as "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
"The Spider" by Elizabeth Walter (filmed as "A Fear of Spiders")
"Marmalade Wine" by Joan Aiken
"The Academy" by David Ely
"The Phantom Farmhouse" by Seabury Quinn
"Silent Snow, Secret Snow" by Conrad Aiken
"A Question of Fear" by Bryan Lewis
"The Devil is Not Mocked" by Manly Wade Wellman
"Brenda" by Margaret St. Clair
"Big Surprise" by Richard Matheson
"House-With Ghost" by August Derleth
"Hell's Bells" by Harry Turner
"The Dark Boy" by August Derleth
"Pickman's Model" by H.P. Lovecraft
"The Dear Departed" by Alice-Mary Schnirring
"Cool Air" by H.P. Lovecraft
"Camera Obscura" by Basil Copper
"The Painted Mirror" by Donald Wandrei
"Tell David. . . " by Penelope Wallace
"Logoda's Heads" by August Derleth
"Green Fingers" by R.C. Cook
"The Funeral" by Richard Matheson
"The Tune in Dan's Café" by Shamus Frazer
"The Flat Male" by Frank Sisk (filmed as "The Late Mr. Peddington")
"The Fur Brooch" by Dulcie Gray (filmed as "A Feast of Blood")
"Sorworth Place" by Russell Kirk (filmed as "The Ghost of Sorworth Place")
"Out of the Eons" by Hazel Heald (filmed as "Last Rites for a Dead Druid")
"Out of the Country" by Jeffry Scott
"I'll Never Leave You-Ever" by Rene Morris
"Stop Killing Me" by Hal Dresner
"By One, by Two and by Three" by Stephen Hall (filmed as "There Aren't Any More MacBanes")
"The Sins of the Fathers" by Christianna Brand
"Boomerang" by Oscar Cook (filmed as "the Caterpillar")
"Little Girl Lost" by E.C. Tubb
"Year-End Clearance" by Mary Linn Roby (filmed as "Die Now, Pay Later")

Season 3:
"The Return of the Sorcerer" by Clark Ashton Smith
"The Girl With the Hungry Eyes" by Fritz Leiber
"The Secret of the Vault" by J. Wesley Rosenquest (filmed as "You Can Come Up Now, Mrs.         Millikan")
"She'll Be Company for You" by Andrea Newman
"The Ring With the Velvet Ropes" by Edward D. Hoch (filmed as "The Ring With the Red Velvet   Ropes")
"Housebound" by R. Chetywynd-Hayes (filmed as "Something in the Woodwork")
"The Canal" by Everil Worrill (filmed as "Death on a Barge")
"Whisper" by Martin Waddell
"The Doll of Death" by Vivian Meik

Prose Adaptations of Teleplays:

Rod Serling:
            "The Mighty Casey"
            "Escape Clause"
            "Walking Distance"
            "The Fever"
            "Where is Everybody?"
            "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street"
            "The Lonely"
            "Mr. Dingle, the Strong"
            "A Thing About Machines"
            "The Big, Tall Wish"
            "A Stop at Willoughby"
            "The Odyssey of Flight 33"
            "Dust"
            "The Whole Truth"
            "The Shelter"
            "Showdown with Rance McGrew"
            "The Night of the Meek"
            "The Midnight Sun"
            "The Rip Van Winkle Caper"
            "Sole Survivor"
            "Make Me Laugh"
            "Pamela's Voice"
            "Does the Name Grimsby Do Anything to You?"
            "Clean Kills and Other Trophies"
            "They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar"
            "Collector's Items"
            "The Messiah on Mott Street"
            "The Different Ones"
            "Lindemann's Catch"
            "Suggestion"
           
Anne Serling (as by Anne Serling-Sutton):
            "One for the Angels"
            "The Changing of the Guard"
            *These are found in the 1985 volume The Twilight Zone: The Original Stories      

Ray Bradbury:
            "The Beautiful One is Here" ("I Sing the Body Electric")
            *Found in Bradbury’s 1969 collection I Sing the Body Electric

--JP & BD

2 comments:

  1. The Stories from The Twilight Zone books that came out in 2013 - are they just reprints of the same books released by Bantham in the early 60s and later compiled as The Complete Twilight Zone stories?
    Just wondering as I'm sure it would be less expensive to pick up a used copy of the compiled edition.
    Thanks!

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    1. Yes they are reprint editions with new introductions.

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