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Nelson Bond never wrote a novel for publication. His books are, with two exceptions, collections of stories that appeared in popular magazines.  Until recently, it appeared that his last book would be published in 1970, but renewed interest in his writings has resulted in collections of his stories now being gathered for publication by Arkham House Publishers.

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Probability Zero. Sauk City, Wisc.: Arkham House. Under development with publication in 2007.
A collection of stories, contents not yet finalized.

Other Worlds than Ours. Sauk City, Wisc.: Arkham House, 2005. (580 pp.)
A collection of twelve stories and one novella, with Nelson Bond supplying the section introductions. (Contents)

That Worlds May Live. Wildside Press, 2002.
First published as a novel length story in the April 1943 issue of
Amazing Stories, it has been reissued as an on-demand and e-book edition by Wildside Press.

The Far Side of Nowhere. Sauk City, Wisc.: Arkham House Publishers, 2002. (viii, 423 pp).
A collection of twenty-nine stories, divided into five sections, with Nelson Bond supplying the section introductions and epilogue. (Contents)

James Branch Cabell: A Complete Checklist (Brooklyn: Revisionist Press, 1974.

Exiles of Time. New York: Paperback Library, 1965. (159 pp).
Paperback edition that was first published as novel-length story in the May 1940 issue of Blue Book. (Contents)

The Thirty-First of February. New York: Books for Libraries Publishers, 1970.
A collection of thirteen stories.
(Contents)

Mr. Mergenthwirker’s Lobblies and Other Fantastic Tales.
Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press,1970. (vii, 243 pp).
A collection of thirteen stories.
(Contents)

Nightmares and Daydreams. Sauk City, Wisc.: Arkham House, 1968. (269 pp).
A collection of fifteen stories.
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Contents)

No Time Like the Future. New York: Avon Publications, 1954. (221 pp).
A collection of twelve stories.
(Contents)

The Remarkable Exploits of Lancelot Biggs: Spaceman. Doylestown: Wildside Press, 1950.

The Postal Stationary of Canada: A Reference Catalogue.
New York: Shrub Oak, 1953.

Lancelot Biggs: Spaceman. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1950. (224 pp).
A collection of fourteen stories, originally published as a series in Fantastic Adventures, Weird Tales and Amazing Stories from 1939 to 1943.
(Contents)

Exiles of Time. Philadelphia: Prime Press, 1949. (xiii, 183 pp).
First published as novel-length story in the May 1940 issue of
Blue Book. (Contents)

The Thirty-First of February. New York: Gnome, 1949. (272 pp).
A collection of thirteen stories.
(Contents)

Mr. Mergenthwirker’s Lobblies and Other Fantastic Tales. New York: Coward-McCann, 1946. (vii, 243 pp).
A collection of thirteen stories.
(Contents)

 


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