Sixth Column (ASF Jan 1941, Rogers) - Heinlein (mini) Heinlein at Troynovant:
inspirations via Robert A. Heinlein (1907-1988);
by, about, tangential, or quoted,
listed by Type and Title

Note that not all tangential mentions may be listed below.

I think that science fiction, even the corniest of it, even the most outlandish of it, no matter how badly it's written, has a distinct therapeutic value because all of it has as its primary postulate that the world does change. I cannot overemphasize the importance of that idea.

"The Discovery of the Future"
Guest of Honor Speech,
Third World Science Fiction Convention
Denver, 4 July 1941

Robert A. Heinlein
Requiem
edited by Yoji Kondo


       

— works by Heinlein, reviewed —
  

Between Planets Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Black Pits of Luna, The Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Door into Summer, The Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Fantasies of Robert A. Heinlein, The
  [combining collections —
  Waldo & Magic, Inc.
  The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag]
Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Farnham's Freehold Robert A. Heinlein WH Stoddard
For Us, the Living Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
For Us, the Living Robert A. Heinlein WH Stoddard
Green Hills of Earth, The Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Gulf Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Have Space Suit — Will Travel Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Let There Be Light Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Man Who Traveled in Elephants, The  Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
On the Slopes of Vesuvius Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Our Fair City Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Past Through Tomorrow, The
  Future History Stories
Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson

Rocket Ship Galileo

Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson

Rolling Stones, The

Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Sixth Column Robert A. Heinlein R Grube
Space Cadet Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Star Beast, The Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag, The Robert A. Heinlein WH Stoddard
Water Is for Washing Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
We Also Walk Dogs Robert A. Heinlein R Grube
  

  

— essays; and works about Heinlein, reviewed —
  

Breakfast in Phoenix with the Heinleins
  Phoenix 1977
K Spell
Future History series Robert A. Heinlein RW Franson
Heinlein Story and Novel Collections RW Franson
Heinlein's Missed Bestsellers RW Franson
Robert A. Heinlein
  A Reader's Companion
James Gifford RW Franson
Robert A. Heinlein: In Dialogue with His Century
  Volume 1, 1907-1948: Learning Curve
William H. Patterson, Jr. RW Franson
Robert A. Heinlein: In Dialogue with His Century
  Volume 1, 1907-1948: Learning Curve
William H. Patterson, Jr. WH Stoddard
Robert Heinlein Interview, The
  and Other Heinleiniana
J. Neil Schulman RW Franson
Warfare at Troynovant
  

  

— tangential mentions of Heinlein —
  

Asimov Laughs Again Isaac Asimov RW Franson
Confined Choices
  Door, Corridor, & Maze Stories
RW Franson
Firefly
  [dvd series]
Joss Whedon RW Franson,
DH Franson
Fog Willy Ley RW Franson
In Search of Wonder:
  Essays on Modern Science Fiction
Damon Knight RW Franson
Into Thin Air
  A Personal Account of
  the Mount Everest Disaster
Jon Krakauer RW Franson
Luna at Troynovant
  the Moon, Lunar exploration
Reckless Love Elizabeth Lowell RW Franson
Say's Law
  or the Law of Markets
WH Stoddard
Secret of the League, The Ernest Bramah RW Franson
Science Fiction Ideas & Dreams David Kyle RW Franson
Serenity Joss Whedon WH Stoddard
1632 Eric Flint RW Franson
Space-Time for Springers Fritz Leiber WH Stoddard
Three to Conquer
  (Call Him Dead)
Eric Frank Russell RW Franson
To Say Nothing of the Dog Connie Willis RW Franson

Transparent Society, The
  Will Technology Force Us to Choose
  Between Privacy and Freedom?

David Brin RW Franson
Unwilling Hero, The L. Ron Hubbard RW Franson
Variable Star Robert A. Heinlein
  & Spider Robinson
WH Stoddard
Weapon Shop series A. E. van Vogt RW Franson

Where is Tom Swift, Now that We Need Him?

R Grube
  

  

— Heinlein, quoted —
  

Disclaimers and Dedications
  enter as a small Prologue, disarmingly
Existence Exists
  or the Modern Parmenides
WH Stoddard
Mix Pictures of the Mind
  the light of evening
Of Cats and Freaks K Spell
  

  

                  ... the prophetic soul
Of the wide world dreaming on things to come ...

William Shakespeare
Sonnets, 107

  

  


  
If you value our noble heritage,
please consider Heinlein's suggestion
in Between Planets:
pay it forward.

The Heinlein Society
for the Heinlein inspiration and legacy

The Heinlein Society's Nexus Forum
all things Heinlein: join the discussion
  

  

ReFuture at Troynovant
history of science fiction
& progress of fantasy
[photo of Heinlein]

Personae at Troynovant
an alternate Contents via emanant Olympians

James Gifford's scholarly site:RAH
  


  

I can't get interested in writing which is not, to my mind, socially useful. By continuing to do the sort of speculative (or "Science") fiction I used to do, but slanted for slick [magazines], I can satisfy my itch to preach and propagandize, reach a bigger audience and make some dinero.

(I should have been a preacher. Had I been able to retain the puritanical, Bible-Belt faith in which I was reared, I would have been. As it is, I am that uncomfortable and ill-adjusted animal, the preacher with no church, a windmill tilter — a persona you can recognize!)

Robert A. Heinlein to John Arwine, 19 May 1946

William H. Patterson, Jr.
Robert A. Heinlein: In Dialogue with His Century
  Volume 1, 1907-1948: Learning Curve

  

  

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