Changelog for
A.E. van Vogt Bibliography
August 17th, 2015

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"Centaurus II"
The Changeling
Destination: Universe!
"Enemy of the Silkies"
  • If, 1967-10

    — higher-qualtiy cover & wallpaper added; illustrations added; illustration count corrected (was 4, should have been 3) (source: Lledó)

"Heir Unapparent"
"How to Pronounce 'van Vogt'"
Masters of Time
"Rebirth: Earth"
"Rogue Ship"
Rogue Ship
The Voyage of the Space Beagle
The Voyage of the Space Beagle
The Voyage of the Space Beagle
The Weapon Shops of Isher
The Wizard of Linn
  • Astounding, 1950-04

    — illustrations added for Part 1 & Part 3; illustration count for Part 1 corrected (was 6, should have been 7) (source: Lledó)

February 15th, 2015

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Alfred E. van Vogt: Parcours d'une oeuvre
  • New Entry!

    — French non-fiction book added (source: Bitossi)

"Research Alpha"
  • Jim Baen's Universe, 2007-02

    — cover and illustration images added, along with a link to purchase the issue in a variety of formats (source: Walwyn)

Slan Hunter
  • Jim Baen's Universe, 2006-12

    — cover and illustration images along with purchase links are now included for all three installments of the serial. Also, the order of the illustrations for the first installment was accidentally reversed; this has been corrected. (source: Walwyn)

November 2nd, 2013

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The Beast
The Darkness on Diamondia
  • NEL, 1975-11

    — 2 wallpaper images added (source: Lledó)

Destination: Universe!
The Earth Killers and Other Stories
  • Background Notes

    — word-count added; this was accidentally omitted when the entry for this collection was added a couple of weeks ago (source: Walwyn)

Empire of the Atom
Future Glitter
The Players of Null-A
The Voyage of the Space Beagle
The Wizard of Linn
The World of Null-A
October 19th, 2013

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A.E. van Vogt: Science Fantasy's Icon
"Black Destroyer"
The Book of Ptath
The Earth Killers and Other Stories
  • New Entry!

    — a short-story collection, only available in ebook format (source: Walwyn)

The House That Stood Still
The John W. Campbell Letters with Isaac Asimov & A.E. van Vogt: Volume II
The Man with a Thousand Names
"Prologue to Freedom"
Quest for the Future
"Research Alpha"
"Secret Unattainable"
  • Background Notes

    — more exact word-count — was given as 13,000, but is actually closer to 12,000 (source: Walwyn)

"The Silkie"
"The Storm"
Transfinite: The Essential A.E. van Vogt
The Twisted Men
"The Ultra Man"
"Vault of the Beast"
The Voyage of the Space Beagle
The World of Null-A
October 5th, 2013

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"The Cataaaaa"
"Discord in Scarlet"
"Enchanted Village"
"The Great Engine"
  • Astounding, 1943-07

    — illustrations, higher-quality cover scan, and contents page added (source: other)

Mission to the Stars
"The Mixed Men"
  • Astounding, 1945-01

    — illustrations and higher-quality cover image added (source: Lledó)

    — number of illustrations corrected (was 7, should be 3), and artist name corrected (was A. Williams, should be Paul Orban) [somewhere along the line I had accidentally mixed up these details with the info for "Enter the Professor" which appeared in the same issue] (source: Lledó)

The People of the Wide Sands
"The Rull"
  • Background Notes

    — in the section discussing the story's history, Robert Hager's name was erroneously given as "Roger" — sorry about that, Robert!

"Secret Unattainable"
  • Astounding, 1942-07

    — illustrations, higher-quality cover scan, and contents page added (source: other)

The Three Eyes of Evil
  • Astounding, 1946-10

    — illustrations and higher-quality cover scans added for both parts of the original magazine serial (source: Lledó)

The Voyage of the Space Beagle
The War Against the Rull
  • Panther, 1961-02

    — added image and note for prior appearance of cover art, along with wallpaper image (source: Morita, Lledó)

  • Ace, 1977-08

    — wallpaper added (source: Lledó)

  • Wildside, 2009-01

    — artist name added, along with higher-quality cover image and wallpaper (source: Lledó)