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Notes

The following table lists Bradbury short stories and where to find them. The information has been collated from several sources, including: contents lists and copyright pages of the books; Internet Speculative Fiction Database, the Locus website, and dandelion's lists on the RayBradbury.com message board. Every entry has now been cross-checked against Jonathan Eller's comprehensive bibliography in Ray Bradbury: The Life of Fiction.

Links to book and magazine covers are mostly links to external websites. The quality and size of cover scans is therefore out of my control - as is the possibility (probability?) of broken links.

I believe this to now be a fairly complete list, with most of the errors and inconsistencies ironed out. Anyone who spots a mistake should let me know so that I can attempt to keep this the most accurate list on the web!

Be warned: Ray Bradbury (or his publishers, or his agents) has a tendency to re-write, re-title and otherwise re-purpose his short stories, which can make it horrendously difficult to keep the records straight. Where a story is known to exist under more than one title, I have listed all the titles I know about (e.g. "The Execution" is also listed under "The Shave" and "The Beautiful Shave"; these are all essentially the same story). Jonathan Eller's bibliography has brought to my attention the large number of variant titles used when Bradbury's stories are reprinted in textbooks; I have made no attempt to include all of these.

Be warned (again): the copyright pages in Ray's books are not always accurate, failing in some cases to even flag up stories which have seen print before, in other cases getting dates or magazine titles confused.

Note that the two main purposes of this table are (a) to allow you to find which Bradbury book(s) contain a particular story; and (b) to allow you to find where a story first saw print. In the case of stories which haven't yet been included in a Bradbury book, I often give details of an anthology where the story can be found; this isn't necessarily the only anthologised appearance (it's too difficult to attempt to track every anthologised appearance).

The columns makred "Eller Ref." give the numbers used by Jonathan Eller (in The Life of Fiction). These give a unique identifier for each story, regardless of how many titles the story has been given over the years. So, for example, both "Abyss" and "To the Chicago Abyss" are both numbered 63-1 in Eller's system. The first two digits signify the year of first publication (1963 for "To the Chicago Abyys"; the second two digits indicate the publication position within the year ("Chicago Abyss" was the first story to be published in 1963). My thanks to Jonathan for permission to use this system on my website.

Where a particular item is not really a short story, a note appear [in square brackets] immediately after the title. These notes appear where an essay, poem or bridge passage (those very short chapters that appear in books like The Martian Chronicles) is listed. Please note that I have only included these items where they appear within a novel or short story collection. So, for example, the poem "Christus Apollo" is included only because it appears in the short story collection I Sing the Body Electric!; whereas the poem "Remembrance" (which has only ever appeared in poetry collections) is not listed. Items which are not true short stories have no Eller reference.

 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Many of the stories have links to magazine covers. These are on external websites.
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  Story Title
Eller
Ref.
Collected In First Published In
top About Face
04
21 (uncollected to date) ??
  Abyss
63
01 collected as "To the Chicago Abyss" in:
The Machineries of Joy
First published as "To the Chicago Abyss", The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1963
  After the Ball
02
01 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  All My Enemies Are Dead
04
05 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)
  All on a Summer's Night
50
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Today (Philadelphia Inquirer), January 22 1950.
  All Summer in a Day
54
04 A Medicine for Melancholy
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 1954.
  Almost the End of the World
57
10 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Day it Rained Forever
The Machineries of Joy
Reporter, December 26 1957.
  And So Died Riabouchinska
53
12 The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
The Saint, Jun/Jul 1953
  And the Moon be Still as Bright
48
07 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Martian Chronicles
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1948.
  And the Rock Cried Out
53
14 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
First published as "The Millionth Murder", Manhunt, September 1953.
  And the Sailor, Home from the Sea
60
01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Machineries of Joy
First published as "The Forever Voyage", Saturday Evening Post, January 9 1960
  And Then - The Silence
44
13 (uncollected to date) Super Science Stories, October 1944.
  And Watch the Fountains
43
08 (uncollected to date) Astounding Science Fiction, September 1943.
  Another Fine Mess
95
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, April 1995.
  Anthem Sprinters, The
63
03 Green Shadows, White Whale
The Machineries of Joy
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as “The Queen’s Own Evaders”, Playboy, June 1963.
  Any Friend of Nicholas Nickleby's is a Friend of Mine
66
01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
I Sing The Body Electric!
First published as "The Best of Times", McCall's, January 1966.
  Apple-Core Baltimore     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  April Witch, The
52
02 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
incorporated as "The Wandering Witch" in From the Dust Returned
Saturday Evening Post, April 5 1952.
  Aqueduct, The
79
02 The Stories of Ray Bradbury The Aqueduct (single-story book), Roy Squires Press, Glendale, CA, 1979 (but written c. 1949)
  Arrival And Departure     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Asleep in Armageddon
48
20 collected as "Perchance to Dream" in The Day it Rained Forever Planet Stories, Winter 1948
  At Midnight, in the Month of June
54
07 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, June 1954
  At the End of the Ninth Year
95
01 Quicker than the Eye American Way, January 1 1995 (but written c.1950)
  Austin and Justin: the Twins of Time
02
17 (uncollected to date) The Strand 9, Fall-Winter 2002
  Autumn Afternoon
02
02 One More for the Road (First appearance.) (But written c.1947)
top Back of Beyond
58
02 collected as "The Town Where No One Got Off" in:
The Day it Rained Forever
A Medicine for Melancholy
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Town Where No One Got Off", Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, October 1958
  Bang! You're Dead!
44
12 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Weird Tales, September 1944
  Banshee
84
03 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
The Toynbee Convector

Gallery, September 1984; also Rod Serling's Twilight Zone Magazine, Sep/Oct 1984.

  Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, The
51
12 collected as "The Fog Horn" in:
R is for Rocket
The Golden Apples of the Sun
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Saturday Evening Post, June 23 1951
  Beasts
02
03 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  Beautiful One Is Here, The
69
02 collected as "I Sing the Body Electric!" in:
I Sing the Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
McCall's, August 1969, based on Bradbury's Twilight Zone teleplay "I Sing the Body Electric!" (1962)
  Beautiful Shave, The
77
01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales First published as a story fragment "The Execution", Xenophile #36, November 1977. Full version first published in Gallery, March 1979
  Bed for Marie, A
(Bradbury's working manuscript titles: "Calliope", "The Pipe Organ")
54
01 collected as "The Marriage Mender" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
First published as "The Marriage Mender", Collier's, January 22 1954
  Beggar on O'Connell Bridge, The
61
01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
The Machineries of Joy
First published as "The Beggar on the Dublin Bridge", Saturday Evening Post, January 14 1961.
  Beggar on the Dublin Bridge, The
61
01

collected as "The Beggar on O'Connell Bridge" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
The Machineries of Joy

Saturday Evening Post, January 14 1961.
  Besides a Dinosaur, Whatta Ya Wanna Be When You Grow Up?
83
01 Dinosaur Tales (First appearance.)
  Best of All Possible Worlds, The
60
04 The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Playboy, August 1960
  Best of Times, The
66
01 collected as "Any Friend of Nicholas Nickleby's is a Friend of Mine" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
I Sing The Body Electric!
McCalls Jan 1966
  Better Part of Wisdom, The
76
04 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Harper’s Weekly, September 6 1976
  Big Black and White Game, The
45
10 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
The American Mercury, August 1945
  Black Ferris, The
48
06

The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also revised and incorporated into Something Wicked This Way Comes (chapter 18)

Weird Tales, May 1948.
  Blade of Grass, A
49
16 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1949
  Bless Me, Father
84
05 collected as "Bless Me, Father, For I Have Sinned" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
Woman's Day, December 11 1984
  Bless Me, Father, for I Have Sinned
84
05 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
First published as "Bless Me, Father", Woman's Day, December 11 1984
  Blue Bottle, The
50
21 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "Death-Wish", Planet Stories, Fall 1950.
  Blue Flag of John Folk, The
66
02 (uncollected to date) Two Bells, June 1966.
  Bonfire
50
23 Match to Flame
also anthologised as "The Bonfire" in Gauntlet 2, ed. Barry Hoffman, Borderlands Press 1991
First published as "The Bonfire" in Torquasian Times, Winter 1950-51
  Bonfire, The
50
23 Collected as "Bonfire" in Match to Flame
also anthologised in Gauntlet 2, ed. Barry Hoffman, Borderlands Press 1991
Torquasian Times, Winter 1950-51
  Boys! Raise Giant Mushrooms inYourCellar!
62
06 The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury

also collected as "Come into my Cellar" in S is for Space
First published as "Come into my Cellar", Galaxy Science Fiction, October 1962. based on Bradbury's Alfred Hitchcock Presents teleplay "Special Delivery" (1959).
  Bright Phoenix
63
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Match to Flame
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, May 1963 (but written c.1948)
  Bug
96
04 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
Quicker than the Eye (but written c.1948)
  Bullet with a Name
53
10 (uncollected to date) Argosy, April 1953.
  Burning Man, The
75
03 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
First published as "El Hombre que Ardea", Gente (Argentina) July 31 1975.
  By the Numbers!
84
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
Playboy, July 1984
top Calling Mexico
50
18 The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Dandelion Wine
First published as "The Window", Collier's, August 5 1950
  Candle, The
42
02 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in The First Book of Unknown Tales of Horror , ed. Peter Haining, 1976) Weird Tales, November 1942; co-authored with Henry Kuttner (uncredited)
  Candy Skull, The
48
01 A Memory of Murder Dime Mystery, January 1948.
  Careful Man Dies, A
46
18 A Memory of Murder
The Cat's Pajamas
New Detective, November 1946.
  Carnival of Madness
50
08 Match to Flame
also collected as "Usher II" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Illustrated Man (UK edition)
The Martian Chronicles
Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1950
  Cat's Pajamas, The
04
06 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)
  Chance of a Lifetime
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "The Incredible Death of Dudley Stone)
54
10 collected as "The Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The October Country
First published as "The Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone", Charm, July 1954
  Changeling
49
10 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Super Science Stories, July 1949
  Changeling, The
49
10 collected as "Changeling" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales

First published as "Changeling", Super Science Stories, July 1949

  Christus Apollo [poem]     I Sing The Body Electric! (First appearance.)
  Chrysalis
46
11 S is for Space Amazing Stories, July 1946.
  Chrysalis
04
07 Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)(But written 1946-7.)(Not the same story as the above.)
  Circumstantial Evidence
48
14 collected as "Mars Is Heaven" in:
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also collected as "The Third Expedition" in:
The Martian Chronicles

First published as "Mars is Heaven!", Planet Stories, fall 1948

  Cistern, (The)
47
05 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
Mademoiselle, May 1947
  City, The
50
17 The Illustrated Man
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "Purpose", Startling Stories, July 1950.
  Coffin, The
47
06 Dark Carnival
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Dark Carnival (May 1947)
  Cold Wind and the Warm, The
64
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
I Sing The Body Electric!
Harper’s, July 1964
  Collision of Monday, The
58
04 collected as "The Great Collision of Monday Last" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
Twice 22
First published as "The Great Collision of Monday Last", Contact 1, January 1958
  Colonel Stonesteel's Genuine Home-Made Truly Egyptian Mummy
81
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
Omni, May 1981 (but written c.1949)
  Come Away With Me     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Come into my Cellar
62
06

S is for Space
also collected as "Boys! Raise Giant Mushrooms in Your Cellar!" in:
The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury


Galaxy Science Fiction, October 1962; based on Bradbury's Alfred Hitchcock Presents teleplay "Special Delivery" (1959).
  Come, and Bring Constance!
88
01 The Toynbee Convector (First appearance.)
  Comepletist, The
04
08 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)
  Concrete Mixer, The
49
06 The Illustrated Man (US edition) Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1949.
  Cora and the Great Wide World
52
11 collected as "The Great Wide World Over There" in:
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Maclean’s, August 15 1952
  Corpse Carnival
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "One Minus One")
45
08 A Memory of Murder Dime Mystery, July 1945, under pseudonym D.R.Banat.
  Creation: The Moment of Touch
48
11 collected as "Fever Dream" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury

First published as "Fever Dream", Weird Tales, September 1948.

  Creatures That Time Forgot, The
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Eight Day Wonder")
46
14 collected as "Frost and Fire" in:
R is for Rocket
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Planet Stories, fall 1946
  Cricket on the Hearth, The
02
04

One More for the Road
Match to Flame

(First appearance.)(But written c.1950)
  Crowd, The
43
05 Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Weird Tales, May 1943.
top Dandelion Wine
53
11 Dandelion Wine
The Vintage Bradbury
Gourmet, June 1953
  Danger Wears Three Faces
48
10 combination of "The Earth Men" and "The Spring Night".
"The Earth Men" is collected in:
The Martian Chronicles
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
"The Spring Night" is collected as "The Summer Night" in The Martian Chronicles

"The Earth Men" first published in Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1948; "The Spring Night" first published in Arkham Sampler, winter 1949

  Dark They were, And Golden Eyed
49
11 S is for Space
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Naming of Names", Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1949.
  Darling Adolf
76
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
Long After Midnight
  Day it Rained Forever, The
57
04 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Harper’s, July 1957
  Day the Negroes Left Earth, The
50
12 collected as "Way in the Middle of the Air" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Martian Chronicles
The Martian Chronicles
  Dead Man, The
45
09 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
Weird Tales, July 1945.
  Dead Men Rise Up Never
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "The Sea Cure")
45
07 A Memory of Murder Dime Mystery, July 1945.
  Dead of Summer
  The Martian Chronicles: The Complete Edition (First appearance.)
  Death and the Maiden
60
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Machineries of Joy
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 1960.
  Death-by-Rain
50
15 collected as "The Long Rain" in:
R is for Rocket
The Illustrated Man
Planet Stories, summer 1950
  Death of Mr McCarthy, The
38
02 (uncollected to date) Blue and White Daily (Los Angeles High School), April 21 1938
  Death-Wish
50
21 collected as "The Blue Bottle" in:
Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Planet Stories, Fall 1950.
  Defense Mech
46
03 (uncollected to date) Planet Stories, spring 1946.
  Diane de Foręt
02
05 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  Dinner at Dawn
54
03 Dandelion Wine Everywoman’s, February 1954
  Disease, The
  The Martian Chronicles: The Complete Edition (First appearance.)
  Don't Get Technatal
39
03 Futuria Fantasia Futuria Fantasia, summer 1939, under pseudonym Ron Reynolds
  Doodad
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Everything Instead of Something")
43
07 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Wizards of Odd, ed. Peter Haining, Ace 1997) Astounding Science Fiction, September 1943
  Dorian in Excelsis
95
04 Quicker than the Eye The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, September 1995 but written c.1959-62)
  Doubles     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Downwind from Gettysburg
69
01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
I Sing The Body Electric!
Playboy, June 1969
  Dragon, The
55
04 A Medicine for Melancholy
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
Esquire, August 1955
  Dragon Danced at Midnight, The
66
03 One More for the Road First published as "The Year the Glop Monster Won the Golden Lion at Cannes", Cavalier, July1966.
  Dragon Who Ate His Tail, The
  Dragon Who Ate His Tail, The
(First appearance.)
  Drink Entire: Against the Madness of Crowds
76
01 Long After Midnight Gallery, April 1976
  Driving Blind
97
02 Driving Blind (First appearance.) (But written c.1960)
  Drummer Boy of Shiloh
60
03 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Machineries of Joy
Saturday Evening Post, April 30 1960
  Ducker, The
43
10 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Weird Legacies, ed. Mike Ashley, 1977) Weird Tales, November 1943
  Dwarf, The
54
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The October Country
The Vintage Bradbury
Fantastic, Jan/Feb 1954.
  Dwellers in Silence
48
13 collected as "The Long Years" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Martian Chronicles
First published as "The Long Years", Maclean’s, September 15 1948 (with incorrect byline "Roy Bradbury")
top Earth Men, The
48
10 The Martian Chronicles
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1948.
  Eat, Drink and Be Wary
42
01 (uncollected to date) Astounding Science Fiction, July 1942.
  El Dia de Muerte
47
14 The Machineries of Joy Touchstone, fall 1947
  Electrocution, The
46
13 Quicker than the Eye The Californian, August 1946 (under pseudonym William Elliott)
  Embroidery
51
16 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Marvel Science Fiction, November 1951
  Emissary , The
47
07 Dark Carnival
The October Country
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Dark Carnival (1947)
  En La Noche
52
13 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
First published as "Torrid Sacrifice", Cavalier, November 1952
  Enchanted Trolley, The
55
03 Dandelion Wine
collected as "The Trolley" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
First published as "The Trolley", Good Housekeeping July 1955
  End of Summer
48
12 Driving Blind Script, September 1948
  End of the Beginning , The
56
04 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
R is for Rocket
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "Next Stop, The Stars", Maclean’s, October 27 1956
  Enemy in the Wheat, The
94
03 One More for the Road First appeared in New Rave, August 1994 (but written c.1949)
  Escape
50
14 collected as "The Fox and the Forest" in:
The Illustrated Man
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "To The Future", Collier's, May 13 1950
  Exchange
96
15 Quicker than the Eye (First appearance.) (But written c.1948)
  Execution, The
77
01 collected as "The Beautiful Shave" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Xenophile #36, November 1977 ("The Execution" is a fragment of a story, later developed into "The Beautiful Shave")
  Exiles, The
49
13

Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
The Illustrated Man (US edition)
also collected as "The Mad Wizards of Mars" in Match to Flame

First published as "The Mad Wizards of Mars", Maclean’s, September 15 1949
  Exit Mr White
45
04 collected as "The Tombstone" in:
Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
The Toynbee Convector

First published as "The Tombstone", Weird Tales, March 1945

  Exorcism
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Magic!")
57
05 Dandelion Wine
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Dandelion Wine
top F.Scott/Tolstoy/Ahab Accumulator, The
02
06 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  Far-away Guitar, A
50
09 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales First published as "Miss Bidwell", Charm, April 1950.
  Farewell Summer
80
03 The Stories of Ray Bradbury The Stories of Ray Bradbury
  Fee Fie Foe Fum
93
02 Driving Blind Monsters in Our Midst, edited by
Robert Bloch, 1993 (but written c.1948)
  Fever Dream
48
11 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Weird Tales, September 1948.
  Final Sceptre, a Lasting Crown, A
69
03 collected as "Henry the Ninth" in:
I Sing the Body Electric!
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October 1969
  Final Victim
46
01 (uncollected to date) Amazing Stories, February 1946. Co-authored with Henry Hasse.
  Finnegan, The
96
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October-November 1996 (but written c.1950)
  Fire Balloons, The
51
04 The Martian Chronicles
The Illustrated Man (US edition)
Imagination, April 1951. This story not included in all editions of Chronicles, but usually included in Locusts.
  Fireman, The
51
01 Match to Flame
also anthologised in Science Fiction Origins, ed. William F. Nolan & Martin H. Greenberg, Fawcett1980)
Galaxy, February 1951
  First Day
02
07 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  First Night of Lent, The
56
02 A Medicine for Melancholy
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
Twice 22
Playboy, March 1956
  Flight of Ravens, A
(Bradbury's manuscript title: "A Short Wait Between Lives")
52
01 The Machineries of Joy California Quarterly, winter 1952
  Flight of the Good Ship Clarissa, The
40
01 (uncollected to date) Futuria Fantasia, winter 1940 (anonymous)
  Fly Away Home     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Flying Machine, The
53
04 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Golden Apples of the Sun
  Fog Horn, The
51
12 R is for Rocket
The Golden Apples of the Sun
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms", Saturday Evening Post, June 23 1951.
  Fore!
01
02 One More for the Road The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Oct/Nov 2001.
  Forever and the Earth
50
07 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
Planet Stories, spring 1950.
  Forever Voyage
60
01 collected as "And the Sailor, Home from the Sea" in:
The Machineries of Joy
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Saturday Evening Post, January 9 1960
  Four-Way Funeral
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "The Very Bewildered Corpses")
44
18 A Memory of Murder Detective Tales, December 1944
  Fox and the Forest, The
50
14 The Illustrated Man
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also collected as "To The Future" in The Dragon Who Ate His Tail
First published as "To the Future", Collier's, May 13 1950
  Fox in the Forest, The
50
14 collected as "The Fox and the Forest" in:
The Illustrated Man
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also collected as "To The Future" in The Dragon Who Ate His Tail
First published as "To The Future", Collier's, May 13 1950
  Free Dirt
96
03 Quicker than the Eye American Way, October 1996 (but written c.1951)
  From the Dust Returned
94
04 From the Dust Returned The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, September 1994
  Frost and Fire
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Eight Day Wonder")
46
14 R is for Rocket
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Creatures that Time Forgot", Planet Stories, fall 1946
  Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl, The
48
21 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Golden Apples of the Sun
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
First published as "Touch and Go", Detective Book, November 1948
top G.B.S. - Mark V
76
03 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
Long After Midnight
  Gabriel's Horn
43
03 (uncollected to date) Captain Future, Spring 1943 (co-authored with Henry Hasse)
  Garbage Collector
53
05

collected as "The Garbage Collector" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
Match to Flame

First published as "The Garbage Collector", The Golden Apples of the Sun
  Garbage Collector, The
53
05 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
Match to Flame

The Golden Apples of the Sun
  Genie Trouble
40
09 (uncollected to date) The Damn Thing, December 1940
  Getting Through Sunday Somehow
62
05 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
Long After Midnight
First published as "Tread Lightly to the Music", Cavalier, October 1962
  Ghost in the Machine, The
96
06 Quicker than the Eye (First appearance.)
  Ghosts, The
72
02 (uncollected to date, but included as a facsimile typescript in The Ray Bradbury Companion, ed. William F. Nolan, Gale Group 1975) The Ray Bradbury Companion (1975) (but written in the 1940s) (not the same story as below)
  Ghosts, The
04
09 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.) (But written 1950-52.) (Not the same story as above)
  Gift, The
52
14 A Medicine for Melancholy
R is for Rocket
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22

Esquire, December 1952
  Gold
39
04 (uncollected to date) Science Fiction Fan, August 1939
  Golden Apples of the Sun, The
53
06 R is for Rocket
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury

The Golden Apples of The Sun (March 1953); also Planet Stories, November 1953

  Golden Box, The
53
12 collected as "And So Died Riabouchinska" in:
The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "And So Died Riabouchinska", The Saint, Jun/Jul 1953
  Golden Kite, the Silver Wind, The
53
01 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Epoch, winter 1953.
  Good Grief 57 07 Dandelion Wine This title was used for "Statues" in a 1993 anthology.
  Good-By, Grandma
57
03 Dandelion Wine Saturday Evening Post, May 25 1957
  Gotcha!
78
01 The Stories of Ray Bradbury Redbook, August 1978
  Grand Theft
95
03 Driving Blind Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, July 1995 (but written c.1950)
  Great Collision of Monday Last, The
58
04 A Medicine for Melancholy
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
Twice 22
Contact 1, January 1958
  Great Day in the Morning
92
01 (uncollected to date)
American Way, 15 May 1992
  Great Fire, The
49
3 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
Seventeen, March 1949
  Great Hallucination , The

48

&

49

10

&

01

combination of "The Earth Men" and "The Spring Night".
"The Earth Men" is collected in:
The Martian Chronicles
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
"The Spring Night" is collected as "The Summer Night" in The Martian Chronicles

"The Earth Men" first published in Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1948; "The Spring Night" first published in Arkham Sampler, winter 1949

  Great Wide World Over There, The
52
11 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First appeared as "Cora and the Great Wide World", Maclean’s, August 15 1952
  Green Machine, The
51
07 Dandelion Wine Argosy, March 1951
  Green Morning, The
50
10 The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.)
  Green Mountains, The
50
10 collected as "The Green Morning" in:
The Martian Chronicles
First published as "The Green Morning", Martian Chronicles (1950)
  Green Wine for Dreaming
57
06 Dandelion Wine
The Vintage Bradbury
Dandelion Wine
top Hail and Farewell
53
09 S is for Space
The Golden Apples of the Sun
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Today (Philadelphia Enquirer), March 29 1953
  Hail to the Chief
04
10 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)
  Half-Pint Homicide
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Enter the Douser")
44
14 A Memory of Murder Detective Tales, November 1944
  Handler, The
47
01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
Weird Tales, January 1947.
  Happiness Machine, The
57
09 The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Dandelion Wine
Saturday Evening Post, September 14 1957
  Haunted House
00
03 (uncollected to date) The Mammoth Book of Haunted House Stories, ed. Peter Haining, Robinson, 2000 (co-authored with Elizabeth Albright)
  Haunting of the New, The
69
04 Green Shadows, White Whale
I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Vogue (UK), October 1 1969
  Hauntings
69
04 collected as "The Haunting of the New" in:
Green Shadows, White Whale
I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Haunting of the New", Vogue (UK), October 1 1969
  Have I Got a Chocolate Bar for You!
73
01 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Penthouse, October 1973
  Headpiece, The
58
01 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
Lilliput, May 1958
  Heart Transplant     One More for the Road Playboy, January 1981.
  Heavy-Set
64
03 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
I Sing The Body Electric!
Playboy, October 1964
  Hello, I Must Be Going
97
03 Driving Blind (First appearance)
  Hell's Half-Hour
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Mr Priory Meets Mr Caldwell")
45
03 A Memory of Murder New Detective, March 1945.
  Henry the Ninth
69
03 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
I Sing The Body Electric!
First published as "A Final Sceptre, a Lasting Crown", The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October 1969
  Her Eyes, Her Lips, Her Limbs
46
08 (uncollected to date) Californian, June 1946 (under the pseudonym William Elliott)
  Here There Be Tygers
51
17 R is for Rocket
The Day it Rained Forever
New Tales of Space and Time, ed. Raymond J. Healy, Holt 1951
  Highest Branch on the Tree, The
96
04 Driving Blind (First appearance.)
  Highway, The
50
06 The Illustrated Man Copy, spring 1950 (under the pseudonym Leonard Spaulding)
  Holiday
49
12 (uncollected to date) Arkham Sampler, Autumn 1949 (not the same story as below)
  Holiday
63
05 collected as "The Vacation" in:
The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Vacation", Playboy, December 1963 (not the same story as above)
  Hollerbochen Comes Back
38
03 (uncollected to date) Mikros, November 1938.
  Hollerbochen's Dilemma
38
01 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Horrors Unseen, ed. Sam Moskowitz, 1974) Imagination, January 1938
  Hombre que Ardea, El
75
03 collected as "The Burning Man" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
Gente (Argentina) July 31 1975.
  Homecoming, (The)
46
15 Dark Carnival
From the Dust Returned
The October Country
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Mademoiselle, October 1946
  Honeymoon on Mars
52
03 collected as "The Wilderness" in:
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
First published as "The Wilderness", Today (Philadelphia Enquirer), April 6 1952; revised version in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November 1952
  Hopscotch
96
07 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
Quicker than the Eye
  Hour of Ghosts, The
69
07 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Ghost Tour, ed. Peter Haining, William Kimber 1991) Saturday Review, October 25 1969.
  House, The
04
11 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.) (But written 1947.)
  House Divided
97
05 Driving Blind (First appearance.) (But written c.1948)
  How Am I Today, Doctor?
41
01 (uncollected to date) The Damn Thing, February 1941
  How to Run a Successful Ghost Agency
39
01 (uncollected to date) D'Journal, March 1939 (under the pseudonym Brian Eldred)
  Hunt Wedding, The [essay]
92
02 fictionalised and incorporated into Green Shadows, White Whale American Way, May 15 1992 (non-fiction essay)
top I Get the Blues When it Rains (A Remembrance)
04
12 The Cat's Pajamas
(First appearance.) (But written 1980.)
  I See You Never
47
17 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
New Yorker, November 8 1947
  I Sing the Body Electric!
69
02 I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Beautiful One is Here", McCall's, August 1969, based on Bradbury's Twilight Zone teleplay "I Sing the Body Electric!" (1962)
  I Suppose You Are Wondering Why We Are Here?
84
04 The Toynbee Convector Omni, October 1984
  I, Mars
49
07 collected (in revised form) as "Night Call, Collect" in I Sing the Body Electric! Super Science Stories, April 1949
  I Wonder What's Become of Sally
97
06 Driving Blind (First appearance.) (But written c.1945)
  I, Rocket
44
04 (uncollected to date, but anthologised in Amazing Science Fiction Anthology: The War Years 1936-45, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, Wizards of the Coast, 1987) Amazing Stories, May 1944
  Icarus Montgolfier Wright
56
03 A Medicine for Melancholy
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1956.
  Ice Cream Suit
58
03 collected as "The Wonderful Ice-Cream Suit" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Magic White Suit", Saturday Evening Post, October 4 1958
  If Paths Must Cross Again     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  If MGM is Killed, Who Gets the Lion?
97
07 Driving Blind (First appearance.)
  I'll Never Forget You
51
09 collected as "A Story of Love" in:
Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "These Things Happen", McCall's, May 1951; this is a condense version
  I’ll Not Ask for Wine
50
01 collected as "Ylla" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Martian Chronicles
The Vintage Bradbury
Maclean’s, January 1 1950
  Illumination
57
02 Dandelion Wine
The Vintage Bradbury
Reporter, May 16 1957
  Illustrated Man, The
50
16 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Vintage Bradbury
Esquire, July 1950. (NOT the same as below.)
  Illustrated Man, The ("Prologue: the Illustrated Man") 51 03 The Illustrated Man (First appearance.) (NOT the same as above.)
  Illustrated Woman, The
61
02 The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Playboy, March 1961
  I'm Not So Dumb
45
02 A Memory of Murder Detective Tales, February 1945
  Immortality of Horror, The
50
08 collected as "Usher II" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Illustrated Man (UK edition)
The Martian Chronicles

First published as "Carnival of Madness", Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1950

  Impossible
49
15 collected as "The Martian" in:
The Martian Chronicles
Super Science Stories, November 1949
  In a Season of Calm Weather
57
01 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
also collected as "Picasso Summer" in:
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Playboy, January 1957
  In Memoriam
02
08 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  In The Year 2150 A.D.
50
24 (uncollected to date) First published as "The Year 2150 A.D.", Shangri-LA, 1950
  In This Sign
51
04 collected as "The Fire Balloons" in:
The Martian Chronicles
The Illustrated Man (US edition)

First published as "The Fire Balloons", Imagination, April 1951

  Inspired Chicken Bungalow Court, The
69
08 collected as "The Inspired Chicken Motel" in:
I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
West (Los Angeles Times), November 2 1969
  Inspired Chicken Motel, The
69
08 I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Inspired Chicken Bungalow Court", West (Los Angeles Times), November 2 1969
  Interim
47
15 collected as "Time Intervening" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
One More for the Road
Epoch, fall 1947 (NOT the same story as below)
  Interim
47
08 Dark Carnival

Dark Carnival (May 1947); also Weird Tales, July 1947. (NOT the same story as above.)

  Interim [bridge passage]     The Martian Chronicles

(First appearance.)

  Interval in Sunlight
54
05 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Esquire, March 1954
  Invasion Eve
75
01 (uncollected to date, but included as a facsimile typescript in The Ray Bradbury Companion, ed. William F. Nolan, Gale Group 1975) The Ray Bradbury Companion (1975) (but written much earlier than this)
  Invisible Boy, (The)
45
13 S is for Space
The Golden Apples of the Sun
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Mademoiselle, November 1945.
  Irritated People, The
47
18 (uncollected to date) Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1947
  Is That You, Herb?
04
01 Is That You, Herb (chapbook) (First appearance.)
  The Island
04
13 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.) (But written 1952)
  It Burns Me Up
44
16 A Memory of Murder Dime Mystery, November 1944
  It's Not the Heat, It's the Hu--
40
08 (uncollected to date) Script, November 2 1940.
top Jack-in-the-Box
47
09 Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Dark Carnival (1947)
  Jar, The
44
15 Dark Carnival
The October Country
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Weird Tales, November 1944.
  Jemima True
  The Martian Chronicles: The Complete Edition (First appearance.)
  The John Wilkes Booth/Warner Brothers/MGM/NBC Funeral Train
04
14 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)
  Jonah of the Jove Run
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "The Calculator")
48
05 (uncollected to date) Planet Stories, spring 1948.
  Junior
88
02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
The Toynbee Convector
top Kaleidoscope
49
14 The Illustrated Man
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1949.
  Kilimanjaro Machine, The
65
01 collected as "The Kilimanjaro Device" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
I Sing The Body Electric!
Life, January 22 1965.
  Kilimanjaro Device, The
65
01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
I Sing The Body Electric!
First published as "The Kilimanjaro Machine" in Life, January 22 1965.
  Killer, Come Back to Me!
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Autopsy")
44
08 (uncollected to date) Detective Tales, July 1944.
  King of the Gray Spaces
43
11 collected as "R is for Rocket" in R is for Rocket Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December 1943
  King of the Grey Spaces
43
11 collected as "R is for Rocket" in R is for Rocket First published as "King of the Gray Spaces", Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December 1943
top Lafayette, Farewell
88
03 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
The Toynbee Convector (May 1988); also The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October 1988.
  Lake , The
44
05 Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Weird Tales, May 1944.
  Last Circus, The
80
01 The Toynbee Convector The Last Circus and The Electrocution, Lord John Press 1980 (but written c.1950)
  Last Laughs
  We'll Always Have Paris (first appearance.)
  Last Man, The
40
06 (uncollected to date) The Damn Thing, November 1940.
  Last Night of the World, The
51
02 The Illustrated Man Esquire, February 1951
  Last Rites
94
06 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 1994.
  Last, the Very Last, The
55
02 Dandelion Wine
also collected as "The Time Machine" in R is for Rocket
The Reporter, June 2 1955
  Last White Man, The
51
06 collected as "The Other Foot" in:
The Illustrated Man
First published as "The Other Foot", New Story, March 1951
  Laurel and Hardy Alpha Centauri Farewell Tour , The
00
01 One More for the Road Amazing Stories, spring 2000.
  Laurel and Hardy Love Affair, The
87
01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
Playboy, December 1987.
  Lawns of Summer, The
52
04 Dandelion Wine Nation’s Business, May 1952
  Lazarus Come Forth
44
19 (uncollected to date) Planet Stories, winter 1944.
  Leave-Taking, The
57
03 Dandelion Wine
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "Good-by, Grandma", Saturday Evening Post, May 25 1957
  Leftovers
02
09 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  Let's Play Poison
46
16 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
Weird Tales, November 1946.
  Library, The     Match to Flame
(First appearance.)
  Life Work of Juan Diaz, The
63
04 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Machineries of Joy
Playboy, September 1963
  Lime-Vanilla Ice
54
11 collected as "The Swan" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dandelion Wine
First published as "The Swan", Cosmopolitan, September 1954
  Literary Encounter, A     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Little Journey, A
51
13 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Galaxy, August 1951
  Little Mice, The
55
05 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
First published as "The Mice", Escapade, October 1955
  Locusts, The [Bridge passage]     The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.)
  Lonely Ones, The
49
09 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Startling Stories, July 1949
  Long After Midnight
62
08 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Long-After-Midnight Girl", Eros, winter 1962. (NOT the same as below.)
  Long After Midnight
  Match to Flame (First appearance.) (NOT the same as above.)
  Long-After-Midnight Girl, The
62
08 collected as "Long After Midnight" in:
Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Eros, winter 1962
  Long Distance Telephone Call, The
50
18

Dandelion Wine
also collected as "Calling Mexico" in:
The Stories of Ray Bradbury

First published as "The Window", Collier's, Aug 5 1950
  Long Division
88
04 The Toynbee Convector (first appearance.)
  Long Night, The
44
09 A Memory of Murder New Detective, July1944.
  Long Rain, The
50
15 R is for Rocket
The Illustrated Man
First published as "Death-by-Rain", Planet Stories, summer 1950
  Long Way Home, The
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "The Long Way Around")
45
12 A Memory of Murder Dime Mystery, November 1945
  Long Weekend, The
46
10 collected as "The Million-Year Picnic" in:
The Martian Chronicles
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
S is for Space

First published as "The Million-Year Picnic", Planet Stories, summer 1946.

  Long Years, The
48
13 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Martian Chronicles
Maclean’s, September 15 1948 (with incorrect byline "Roy Bradbury")
  Lorelei of the Red Mist
(Authors' original manuscript title: "Red Sea of Venus")
46
09 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Echoes of Valor II, ed. Karl Edward Wagner, Tor 1989)) Planet Stories, summer 1946 (co-authored wiith Leigh Brackett)
  Lost City of Mars, The
67
01 I Sing The Body Electric! Playboy, January 1967
  Love Affair, The
82
01 The Toynbee Convector The Love Affair, Lord John Press 1982 (but written c.1948)
  Love Contest
52
05 (uncollected to date) Saturday Evening Post, May 23 1952 (under the pseudonym Leonard Douglas)
  Love Story, A
51
09 collected as "A Story of Love" in:
Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "These Things Happen", McCall's, May 1951
  Luana the Living
40
04 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Horrors in Hiding, ed. Sam Moskowitz, 1973) Polaris, June 1940
  Luggage Store, The [Bridge passage]     The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.)
top Ma Perkins Comes To Stay     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Machineries of Joy, The
62
07 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Machineries of Joy
Playboy, December 1962.
  Mad Wizards of Mars, The 49 13 Match to Flame
also collected as "The Exiles" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
The Illustrated Man (US edition)
Maclean’s, September 15 1949
  Madame et Monsieur Shill 97 08 Driving Blind (First appearance.)
  The Mafioso Cement-Mixing Machine 04 04 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)
  Magic Sneakers 56 01 Dandelion Wine
collected as "The Sound of Summer Running" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
First published as "Summer in the Air", Saturday Evening Post, February 18 1956 (this is a condensed version of "Summer in the Air")
  Magic White Suit, The 58 03 collected as "The Wonderful Ice-Cream Suit" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Saturday Evening Post, October 4 1958
  Magical Kitchen, The Dandelion Wine Everywoman’s Magazine Feb 1954; also as “Dinner at Dawn”.
  Maiden of Jirbu, The 40 02 (uncollected to date) Polaris, March 1940 (co-authored with Bob Tucker)
  Maiden, The 47 10 Dark Carnival (First appearance.)
  Man in the Rorschach Shirt, The 66 04 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
I Sing The Body Electric!
Playboy, October 1966
  Man Upstairs, The 47 02 Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Harper’s, March 1947
  Man, The 49 02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
The Illustrated Man
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1949.
  Marionettes, Inc. 49 05 The Illustrated Man Startling Stories, March 1949.
  Marriage, The
  The Martian Chronicles: The Complete Edition (First appearance.)
  Marriage Mender, The
(Bradbury's working manuscript titles: "Calliope", "The Pipe Organ")
54 01 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
Collier's, January 22 1954
  Mars Is Heaven! 48 14 The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also collected as "The Third Expedition" in The Martian Chronicles

Planet Stories, fall 1948
  Martian, The 49 15 The Martian Chronicles First appeared as "Impossible", Super Science Stories, November 1949
  Martian Ghosts
  The Martian Chronicles: The Complete Edition (First appearance.)
  Marvels and Miracles - Pass It On! 55 01 (uncollected to date) New York Times Magazine, March 20 1955
  Massinello Pietro 64 01 We'll Always Have Paris Connoisseur's World, April 1964.
  Matter of Taste, A 04 02 It Came From Outer Space
The Cat's Pajamas
It Came From Outer Space
  McGillahee's Brat 70 01 Green Shadows, White Whale
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
The Irish Press, March 21 1970
  Meadow, The 53 07 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Golden Apples of the Sun; developed from a 1947 play of the same title
  Meadow of the World 53 07 collected as "The Meadow" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
First published as "The Meadow", The Golden Apples of the Sun; developed from a 1947 play of the same title
  Mechanical Hound, The
(incomplete story fragment)
    Match to Flame
(First appearance.)
  Medicine for Melancholy, A 59 01 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
A Medicine for Melancholy
  Memento Mori 03 01

(uncollected to date)

Gathering the Bones, ed. Dennis Etchinson, Ramsey Campbell and Jack Dann, Tor 2003)
  Messiah , The 71 01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
Welcome Aboard, spring 1971
  Mexicali Mirage [Essay] Fictionalised and collected as "That Old Dog Lying in the Dust" in Driving Blind Westways magazine, Oct 1974 ("Mexicali Mirage" is an essay)
  Mice, The 55 05 collected as "The Little Mice" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
Escapade, October 1955
  Million-Year Picnic, The 46 10 The Martian Chronicles
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
S is for Space

Planet Stories, summer 1946.
  Millionth Murder, The 53 14 collected as "And the Rock Cried Out" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
Manhunt, September 1953
  Miracle of Rare Device, A 62 01 The Machineries of Joy Playboy, January 1962
  Miracles of Jamie, The 46 05 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
Charm, April 1946
  Mirror, The 97 09 Driving Blind (First appearance.) (But written c.1950)
  Miss Appletree And I     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Miss Bidwell 50 09 collected as "A Far-away Guitar" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Charm, April 1950.
  Mr Pale
(Bradbury's manuscript title: "The Pale One")
97 10 Driving Blind (First appearance.) (But written c.1950)
  Monster Maker, The
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Pirates in Profile")
44 03 (uncollected to date) Planet Stories, Spring 1944.
  Morgue Ship 44 06 (uncollected to date) Planet Stories, summer 1944.
  Mummy Dust 39 02 (uncollected to date)
D'Journal, May 1939 (under the pseudonym Cecil Clayborne Cunningham)
  Murder, The     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Murderer, The 53 08 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Golden Apples of the Sun
  Musicians, The [Bridge passage] The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.)
  My Interview with Jules Verne 55 01 (uncollected to date) First published as "Marvels and Miracles - Pass It On!", New York Times Magazine, March 20 1955
  My Perfect Murder 71 02 collected as "The Utterly Perfect Murder" in:
Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Playboy, August 1971
  My Son, Max 93 01 One More for the Road American Way, June 15 1993
top Naming of Names, The [Bridge passage] Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Martian Chronicles
The Martian Chronicles
  Naming of Names, The 49 11 collected as "Dark They were, And Golden Eyed" in:
S is for Space
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Thrilling Wonder Stories Aug 1949
  Next in Line, The 47 11 The Small Assassin
Dark Carnival
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Dark Carnival (1947)
  Next Stop, The Stars 56 04 collected as "The End of the Beginning" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
R is for Rocket
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Maclean’s, October 27 1956
  Night, The 46 12 Dandelion Wine
Dark Carnival
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
The Small Assassin
Weird Tales, July 1946.
  Night Call, Collect 49 07 I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as “I, Mars”, Super Science Stories, April 1949.
  Night Meeting 50 11 The Martian Chronicles
The Vintage Bradbury
The Martian Chronicles
  Night Sets, The 47 12 Dark Carnival (First appearance.)
  Night Train to Babylon 97 11 Driving Blind Driving Blind (Sept 1997); also Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Dec 1997.
  Nightmare Carouseel 62 02 (uncollected to date, but revised and incorporated into the novel Something Wicked This Way Comes) Mademoiselle, January 1962
  Nineteenth, The 02 10 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  No News, or What Killed the Dog? 94 05 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
American Way, October 11994.
  No Particular Night or Morning 51 05 The Illustrated Man
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
(First appearance.)
  No Strings Attached 49 05 collected as "Marionettes, Inc." in:
The Illustrated Man

First published as "Marionettes, Inc.", Startling Stories, March 1949.

  Nothing Changes 97 12 Driving Blind (First appearance.)
top October Game, The 48 03 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Weird Tales, March 1948.
  Off Season, The 48 19 The Martian Chronicles
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1948.
  Offering, The 97 01 (uncollected to date) The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, March 1997.
  Old Ones, The [Bridge passage] The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.)
  Ole, Orozco! Siqueiros, Si! 04 15 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)
  On the Orient, North 88 05 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
From the Dust Returned
The Toynbee Convector
  Once More, Legato 95 05 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
Omni, fall 1995.
  One for His Lordship, and One for the Road! 85 01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
The Toynbee Convector
Playboy, January 1985
  One More for the Road 02 11 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  One Night in Your Life 88 06 The Toynbee Convector (First appearance.) (But written c.1950)
  One Timeless Spring 46 06 Long After Midnight Collier's, April 13 1946
  One Who Waits, The 49 08 The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Arkham Sampler, summer 1949
  One-Woman Show 02 12 One More for the Road (First appearance.)(But written c.1950)
  Other Foot, The 51 06 The Illustrated Man New Story, March 1951
  Other Highway, The
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Snakeskin")
96 08 Quicker than the Eye (First appearance.) (But written c.1950)
  Outcast of the Stars 50 04 collected as "The Rocket" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
The Illustrated Man
Super Science Stories, March 1950
  Overkill 00 04 (uncollected to date) Playboy, November 2000
top Parrot who Met Papa, The 72 01 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Playboy, January 1972
  Pater Caninus     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Payment in Full 50 03 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Man Against Tomorrow, ed. William F. Nolan, Avon 1965) Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1950
  Pedestrian, The 51 15 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
Match to Flame
The Reporter, August 7 1951
  Pendulum 41 05

Futuria Fantasia
(Also anthologised in Horrors Unknown, ed. Sam Moskowitz, 1971)

Super Science Stories, November 1941 (co-authored with Henry Hasse)
  Pendulum, The 39 05 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Horrors Unknown, ed. Sam Moskowitz, 1971) Futuria Fantasia, fall 1939 (anonymous)
  Perchance to Dream 48 20 The Day it Rained Forever First published as "Asleep in Armageddon", Planet Stories, Winter 1948
  Perhaps We are Going Away 62 03 The Machineries of Joy Topper, January 1962
  Picasso Summer 57 01 The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also collected as "In a Season of Calm Weather" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22

First published as "In a Season of Calm Weather", Playboy, January 1957

  Piece of Wood, A 52 06 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Esquire, June 1952
  Pieta Summer     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Pilgrimage 99 01 (uncollected to date) California Sorcery, ed. William F. Nolan and William Schafer, 1999 (but written c.1950)
  Pillar of Fire 48 08 S is for Space
Match to Flame
Planet Stories, summer 1948
  Piper,The 40 05 Futuria Fantasia
(Also anthologised in Futures to Infinity, ed. unknown, 1970)
Futuria Fantasia, September 1940 (under the pseudonym Ron Reynolds
  Piper,The 43 01 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in The Future Makers, ed. Peter Haining, 1971) Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1943. (Different from the above story, but developed from it.)
  Playground, The 52 07 The Illustrated Man (UK edition)
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
The Illustrated Man (UK edition) (1952)
  Poems, The 45 01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Weird Tales, January 1945
  Powerhouse 48 04 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Charm, March 1948
  Prehistoric Producer, The 62 04 collected as "Tyrannosaurus Rex" in:
The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Saturday Evening Post, June 23 1962
  Price of Silence, The 52 13 collected as "En La Noche" in The Golden Apples of the Sun First published as "Torrid Sacrifice", Cavalier, November 1952
  Promises, Promises 88 07 The Toynbee Convector (First appearance.)
  Promotion to Satellite 43 09 (uncollected to date) Thrilling Wonder Stories, fall 1943
  Pumpernickel, The 51 10 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
Collier's, May 19 1951
  Punishment Without Crime
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Behold, Thou Art Fair")
50 05 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Other Worlds, March 1950
  Purpose 50 17 collected as "The City" in:
The Illustrated Man
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Startling Stories, July 1950
top Queen’s Own Evaders, The 63 03 collected as "The Anthem Sprinters" in:
Green Shadows, White Whale
The Machineries of Joy
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Playboy, June 1963
  Quicker Than the Eye
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "The Magic Trick")
95 06 Quicker than the Eye Tales of the Impossible (anthology, ed. David Copperfield, HarperPrism), April 1995 (but written c. 1951)
  Quid Pro Quo 00 02 One More for the Road The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October-November 2000
top R is for Rocket 43 11 R is for Rocket First published as "King of the Gray Spaces", Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December 1943
  Ravine, The 50 19 Dandelion Wine
collected as "The Whole Town's Sleeping" in Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
First published as "The Whole Town's Sleeping", McCall's, September 1950
  Referent 48 15 The Day it Rained Forever Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1948 (under pseudonym Brett Sterling)
  Reincarnate, The     Match to Flame
We'll Always Have Paris
First appearance of this unrevised version.
The revised (2005) version previously appeared in Dark Delicacies, ed. D.Howison & J.Gelb (Carroll & Graff, 2005).
  Remember Me? 97 13 Driving Blind (First appearance.)
  Remember Sascha? 96 09 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
Quicker than the Eye (but written c.1949)
  Remembrance 93 03 (uncollected to date) American Way, November 1 1993
  Remembrance at Gettysburg 04 22 (uncollected to date)  
  Remembrance, Ohio     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Reunion 44 02 Dark Carnival Weird Tales, March 1944.
  Rocket, The 50 04 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
The Illustrated Man
First published as "Outcast of the Stars", Super Science Stories, March 1950
  Rocket Man, The 51 08 R is for Rocket
The Illustrated Man (US edition)
Maclean’s, March 1 1951
  Rocket Skin 46 04 (uncollected to date) Thrilling Wonder Stories, spring 1946
  Rocket Summer [Bridge passage] The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.) (NOT the same as below)
  Rocket Summer 47 03 (uncollected to date) Planet Stories, spring 1947. NOT the same as above)
  Royal Crown Cream-Sponge Para Litefoot Tennis Shoes 56 01 Dandelion Wine
collected as "The Sound of Summer Running" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
First published as "Summer in the Air", Saturday Evening Post, February 18 1956
top Scent of Sarsaparilla, A 53 02 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Star Science Fiction Stories #1, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine 1953
  Scent of Summer 53 02 collected as "A Scent of Sarsaparilla" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "A Scent of Sarsaparilla", Star Science Fiction Stories #1, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine 1953
  Screaming Woman, The 51 11 S is for Space
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Today, May 27 1951
  Scythe, The 43 06 Dark Carnival
The October Country
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Weird Tales, July 1943 (co-authored with Leigh Brackett (uncredited))
  Sea Change 57 01 collected as "In a Season of Calm Weather" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
also collected as "Picasso Summer" in:
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "In a Season of Calm Weather", Playboy, January 1957
  Sea Shell, The 44 01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Weird Tales, January 1944
  Season of Disbelief 50 22 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dandelion Wine
Collier's, November 25 1950
  Season of Sitting, The 51 14 Dandelion Wine Charm, August 1951
  Secret, The 52 10 (uncollected to date) IT, Summer 1952 but (written c.1940)
  Settlers, The [Bridge passage] The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.)
  Settling In, The The Dragon Who Ate His Tail (First appearance.)
  Shape of Things, The 48 02 collected as "Tomorrow's Child" in:
I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1948
  Shave, The 77 01 collected as "The Beautiful Shave" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
First published as a story fragment "The Execution", Xenophile #36, November 1977. Full version first published as "The Beautiful Shave" in Gallery, March 1979. Published as "The Shave" in Telegraph Sunday Magazine (U.K.) May 27, 1979
  Shopping for Death 54 08 collected as "Touched with Fire" in:
The October Country
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Maclean's, June 1 1954
  Shopping for Murder 54 08 collected as "Touched with Fire" in:
The October Country
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "Shopping for Death", Maclean's, June 1 1954
  Shoreline at Sunset, The 59 02 A Medicine for Melancholy
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 1959

  Shore, The [Bridge passage] The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.)
  Silence, The 44 13 (uncollected to date) First published as "And Then - The Silence", Super Science Stories, October 1944.
  Silent Towns, The 49 04 The Martian Chronicles
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Charm, March 1949
  Sixty-Six 03 02 The Cat's Pajamas The Strand 12, Fall-Winter 2003
  Skeleton 45 05 Skeletons
(Also anthologised in The Best of Rob Wagner's Script, ed. Anthony Slide, Scarecrow Press 1985)
Script, April 28 1945 (NOT the same as below)
  Skeleton 45 11 Dark Carnival
The October Country
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Skeletons
Weird Tales, September 1945. (NOT the same as above.)
  Small Assassin, The 46 17

Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
A Memory of Murder

Dime Mystery, November 1946
  Smile, The 52 09 A Medicine for Melancholy
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
Match to Flame

Fantastic, Summer 1952
  Smiling People, The 46 07 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
Weird Tales, May 1946
  Sneakers 56 01 Dandelion Wine
collected as "The Sound of Summer Running" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
First published as "Summer in the Air", Saturday Evening Post, February 18 1956
  Sombra Y Sol 47 14 collected as "El Dia de Muerte" in:
The Machineries of Joy
First published as "El Dia de Muerte", Touchstone, fall 1947
  Some Live Like Lazarus 60 05 The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "Very LATE in the Evening", Playboy, December 1960
  Someone in the Rain 97 14 Driving Blind (First appearance.) (But written c.1950)
  Sometime Before Dawn 04 16

The Cat's Pajamas
The Dragon Who Ate His Tail

(First appearance.) (But written 1950.)
  Sound of Summer Running, The 56 01 Dandelion Wine
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
First published as "Summer in the Air", Saturday Evening Post, February 18 1956
  Sound of Thunder, A 52 08 R is for Rocket
The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
Collier's, June 28 1952.
  Spring Night, The 49 01 collected as "The Summer Night" in The Martian Chronicles Arkham Sampler 2 no 1, winter 1949
  Square Pegs, The 48 16 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Thrilling Wonder Stories, October 1948
  Statues 57 07 Dandelion Wine
The Vintage Bradbury
Dandelion Wine
  Story About Love, A 51 09 collected as "A Story of Love" in:
Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "These Things Happen", McCall's, May 1951
  Story of Love, A 51 09 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "These Things Happen", McCall's, May 1951
  Strawberry Window, The 54 12 A Medicine for Melancholy
R is for Rocket
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Star Science Fiction Stories #3, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine 1954
  Subterfuge 43 04 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Asignment in Tomorrow, ed. Frederik Pohl, 1954) Astonishing Stories, April 1943.
  Subtlest of Incidents, The 57 02 collected as "Illumination" in:
Dandelion Wine
The Vintage Bradbury
first published as "Illumination", Reporter, May 16 1957
  Summer Day, A 79 01

(uncollected to date)

Redbook, August 1979
  Summer in the Air 56 01

Dandelion Wine
also
collected as "The Sound of Summer Running" in:
R is for Rocket
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales

Saturday Evening Post, February 18 1956
  Summer Night, The 49 01 The Martian Chronicles First published as "The Spring Night", Arkham Sampler 2 no 1, winter 1949
  Sun and Shadow 53 03 The Golden Apples of the Sun
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
Reporter, March 17 1953
  Sunset Harp, The 59 02 collected as "The Shore Line at Sunset" in:
A Medicine for Melancholy
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Shore Line at Sunset", The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 1959
  Swan, The 54 11 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dandelion Wine
Cosmopolitan, September 1954
  Swing Low Sweet Chariot 67 01 collected as "The Lost City of Mars" in:
I Sing The Body Electric!
First published as "The Lost City of Mars", Playboy, January 1967 ("Swing Low Sweet Chariot" is an excerpt from the full story)
  Synthetic Alibi 49 05 collected as "Marionettes, Inc." in:
The Illustrated Man

(Under pseudonym D.K.Garton); first published as "Marionettes, Inc.", Startling Stories, March 1949.

top Tale of the Mangledomvritch, The 41 03 (uncollected to date) Snide, June 1941.
  Tale of the Terrible Typer, The 40 07 (uncollected to date) Fantasite, November 1940.
  Tale of the Tortletwitch 40 03 (uncollected to date) Spaceways, April 1940 (under the pseudonym Guy Amory)
  Tangerine 02 13 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  Tarot Witch, The 57 08 Dandelion Wine (First appearance.)
  Taxpayer, The [Bridge passage] The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.)
  Terrible Conflagration up at the Place, The 69 05 Green Shadows, White Whale
I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
I Sing The Body Electric!
  Tęte-ŕ-Tęte 02 14 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  That Bird That Comes Out Of The Clock 97 15 Driving Blind (First appearance.)
  That Old Dog Lying in the Dust 97 16 Driving Blind Developed from the essay "Mexicali Mirage", Westways magazine, Oct 1974.
  That Woman on the Lawn 96 01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 1996
  There Was an Old Woman 44 07 Dark Carnival
The October Country
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Weird Tales, July 1944
  There Will Come Soft Rains 50 13 The Martian Chronicles
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of RayBradbury
Collier's, May 6 1950
  These Things Happen 51 09 collected as "A Story of Love" in:
Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
McCall's, May 1951
  They All Had Grandfathers
  The Martian Chronicles: The Complete Edition (First appearance.)
  They Knew What They Wanted
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Family Portrait")
54 09 (uncollected to date) Saturday Evening Post, June 26 1954.
  They Landed on Mars 48 14 collected as "Mars Is Heaven" in:
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also collected as "The Third Expedition" in:
The Martian Chronicles

Coronet, June 1950; condensed version of "Mars is Heaven!", first published Planet Stories, fall 1948

  Thing at the Top of the Stairs, The 88 09 The Toynbee Convector The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1988
  Third Expedition, The 48 14 The Martian Chronicles First published as "Mars is Heaven", Planet Stories, fall 1948
  Thunder in the Morning 97 17 Driving Blind (First appearance.) (But written c.1947)
  Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright     Match to Flame (First appearance.)
  Time in thy Flight 53 13 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
Fantastic Universe, Jun/Jul 1953
  Time Intervening 47 15 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
One More for the Road
First published as "Interim" (NOT the same story as in The Martian Chronicles), Epoch, fall 1947
  Time Machine, The 55 02 R is for Rocket First published as "The Last, the Very Last", The Reporter, June 2 1955
  Time of Going Away, The 56 05 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
Twice 22
Reporter, November 29 1956
  To Make a Long Story Much, Much Shorter 41 04 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in The Best of Rob Wagner's Script, ed. Anthony Slide, Scarecrow Press 1985) Script, July 5 1941.
  To the Chicago Abyss 63 01 The Machineries of Joy The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 1963
  To the Future 50 14 The Dragon Who Ate His Tail
also collected as "The Fox and the Forest" in:
The Illustrated Man
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Collier's, May 13 1950
  Tombling Day, The 52 12 I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Shenandoah, fall 1952 (but written in 1946)
  Tombstone, The 45 04 Dark Carnival
The Small Assassin
The Toynbee Convector
Weird Tales, March 1945
  Tomorrow and Tomorrow 47 04 (uncollected to date - but anthologised in Time Untamed, ed. Anon., Belmont 1967) Fantastic Adventures, May 1947 (co-authored with Leigh Brackett (uncredited))
  Tomorrow's Child 48 02 I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Shape of Things", Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1948
  Torrid Sacrifice 52 13 collected as "En La Noche" in The Golden Apples of the Sun Cavalier, November 1952
  Touch and Go 48 21 collected as "The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Golden Apples of the Sun
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
Detective Book, November 1948
  Touch of Petulance, A 80 02 The Toynbee Convector Dark Forces, ed. Kirby McCauley, Viking 1980 (but written c.1950)
  Touched with Fire
54 08 The October Country
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "Shopping for Death", Maclean's, June 1 1954
  Town Where No One Got Off, The 58 02 The Day it Rained Forever
A Medicine for Melancholy
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, October 1958
  Toynbee Convector, The 84 01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
Playboy, January 1984.
  Transformation, The 04 17 The Cat's Pajamas
(First appearance.) (But written 1948-9.)
  Trapdoor 85 02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Toynbee Convector
Omni, April 1985
  Traveller , The 46 02 Dark Carnival
The October Country
From the Dust Returned
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Weird Tales, March 1946
  Tread Lightly to the Music 62 05 collected as "Getting Through Sunday Somehow" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Green Shadows, White Whale
Long After Midnight
Cavalier, October 1962
  Triangle 04 18 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.) (But written 1951.)
  Troll, The 91 02 (uncollected to date) The Bradbury Chronicles: Stories in Honor of Ray Bradbury, ed. William F. Nolan and Martin H. Greenberg, NAL 1991 (but written c.1950)
  Troll Charge 04 03 It Came From Outer Space (First appearance.) (Co-authored with Sam Rolfe)
  Trolley, The 55 03 Dandelion Wine
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
Good Housekeeping July 1955
  Trouble With Humans is People, The 41 02 (uncollected to date) The Damn Thing, March 1941
  Trunk Lady, The 44 11 A Memory of Murder Detective Tales, September 1944
  Twilight Greens, The     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Tyrannosaurus Rex 62 04 The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Prehistoric Producer", Saturday Evening Post, June 23 1962
top Un-Pillow Talk     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
Uncle Einar 47 13 Dark Carnival
R is for Rocket
The October Country
From the Dust Returned
The Stories of Ray Bradbury

Dark Carnival (1947)
  Undead Die,The (uncollected to date) Weird Tales, July 1948 (co-authored with E. Everett Evans)
  Undersea Guardians 44 17 (uncollected to date, but anthologised in Combat! Great Tales of World War II, ed. Bill Pronzini & Martin H. Greenberg, NAL 1992) Amazing Stories, December 1944
  Unterderseaboat Doktor 94 01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
Playboy, January 1994
  Up From The Deep 51 12 collected as "The Fog Horn" in:
R is for Rocket
The Golden Apples of the Sun
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms", Saturday Evening Post, June 23 1951
  Usher II 50 08 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Illustrated Man (UK edition)
The Martian Chronicles
also collected as "Carnival of Madness" in Match to Flame
First published as "Carnival of Madness", Thrilling Wonder Stories, April 1950. This story not included in all editions of Locusts, but usually included in Chronicles.
  Utterly Perfect Murder, The 71 02 Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "My Perfect Murder", Playboy, August 1971
top Vacation, The 63 05 The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Playboy, December 1963
  Valley of the Winds, The 43 02 collected as "The Wind" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dark Carnival
The October Country
First published as "The Wind", Weird Tales, March 1943.
  Veld, The 50 20 collected as "The Veldt" in:
The Illustrated Man
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The World the Children Made", Saturday Evening Post, September 23 1950
  Veldt, The 50 20 The Illustrated Man
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The World the Children Made", Saturday Evening Post, September 23 1950
  Very Gentle Murders, The 94 02 Quicker than the Eye Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, May 1994 (but written c. 1947)
  Very LATE in the Evening 60 05 collected as "Some Live Like Lazarus" in:
The Machineries of Joy
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Playboy, December 1960
  Virgin Resusitas 97 18 Driving Blind (First appearance.)
  Visit, The     We'll Always Have Paris
(First appearance.)
  Visitor, The 48 18 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Illustrated Man
Startling Stories, November 1948
top Wake for the Living 47 06 A Memory of Murder
also collected as "The Coffin" in:
Dark Carnival
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Dime Mystery, September 1947.
  Watchers, The 45 06 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales Weird Tales, May 1945 (Weird Tales (Canada), July 1945 reprints the story as by Edward Banks) (Not the same as below)
  Watchers, The [Bridge passage] The Martian Chronicles (First appearance.) (Not the same as above.)
  Watchful Poker Chip, The 54 06 collected as "The Watchful Poker Chip of H. Matisse" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The October Country
The Vintage Bradbury
Beyond Fantasy Fiction, March 1954
  Watchful Poker Chip of H. Matisse, The 54 06 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The October Country
The Vintage Bradbury

First published as "The Watchful Poker Chip" in Beyond Fantasy Fiction, March 1954

  Way in the Middle of the Air
50
12 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Martian Chronicles
The Martian Chronicles
  We the People, Inc.
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "Corpus Populi and So On and So Forth")
01 01 (uncollected to date) Hemispheres, June 2001
  We'll Always Have Paris     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  We'll Just Act Natural 04 19 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.) (But written 1948-9.)
  Welcome Brothers 48 14 collected as "Mars Is Heaven" in:
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also collected as "The Third Expedition" in:
The Martian Chronicles

First published as "Mars is Heaven!", Planet Stories, fall 1948

  Well, What Do You Have to Say for Yourself? 02 15 One More for the Road (First appearance.)
  West of October
(Bradbury's original manuscript titles: "Trip to Cranamockett", "From the Dust Returned")
88 08 The Toynbee Convector
From the Dust Returned
The Toynbee Convector (but written c.1946)
  Wheel, The
  The Martian Chronicles: The Complete Edition (First appearance.)
  When The Bough Breaks     We'll Always Have Paris (First appearance.)
  Where Ignorant Armies Clash By Night
[fragments of an incomplete novel, c.1940]
    Match to Flame (First appearance.)
  Where All is Emptiness There is Room to Move
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: In Lonely Places")
02 16 One More for the Road (First appearance.) (But written c.1949)
  Where's Lefty? 91 01 (uncollected to date) Playboy, March 1991.
  Where's My Hat, What's My Hurry 04 20 The Cat's Pajamas (First appearance.)
  While Earthmen Sleep 48 14 collected as "Mars Is Heaven" in:
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
also collected as "The Third Expedition" in:
The Martian Chronicles

First published as "Mars is Heaven!", Planet Stories, fall 1948

  Whole Town’s Sleeping, The 50 19 Dandelion Wine
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
McCall's, September 1950
  Wilber and His Germ 41 04 (uncollected to date) Script, 24 May 1941
  Wild in Galway
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "A Wild Night in Ireland")
59 03 Collected as "A Wild Night in Galway" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
collected in revised form in Green Shadows, White Whale
first published as "A Wild Night in Galway", Harper's, August, 1959
  Wild Night in Galway, A
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "A Wild Night in Ireland")
59 03 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
collected in revised form in Green Shadows, White Whale
Harper's, August, 1959
  Wilderness, The 52 03 The Golden Apples of the Sun
Twice 22
Today (Philadelphia Enquirer), April 6 1952; revised version in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November 1952
  Wind, The 43 02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Dark Carnival
The October Country
Weird Tales, March 1943.
  Window, The 50 18

Dandelion Wine
also collected as "Calling Mexico" in:
The Stories of Ray Bradbury

Collier's, Aug 5 1950
  Wings of Summer 56 01 Dandelion Wine
collected as "The Sound of Summer Running" in:
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
R is for Rocket
First published as "Summer in the Air", Saturday Evening Post, February 18 1956
  Wish, The 73 02 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Long After Midnight
Woman's Day, December 1973
  Witch Door, The 95 07 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
Quicker than the Eye
Playboy, December 1995 (but written c.1951)
  With Smiles as Wide as Summer 61 03 One More for the Road Clipper, November 1961 (but written c.1955)
  Woman is a Fast-Moving Picnic, A 97 19 Driving Blind (First appearance.)
  Women, The 48 17 I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Famous Fantasic Mysteries, October 1948
  Wondercopy 49 05 collected as "Marionettes, Inc." in:
The Illustrated Man

First published as "Marionettes, Inc.", Startling Stories, March 1949.

  Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone, The
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "The Incredible Death of Dudley Stone)
54 10 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The October Country
Charm, July 1954
  Wonderful Ice-Cream Suit, The 58 03 A Medicine for Melancholy
The Day it Rained Forever
The Vintage Bradbury
Twice 22
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "The Magic White Suit", Saturday Evening Post, October 4 1958
  World the Children Made, The 50 20 collected as "The Veldt" in:
The Illustrated Man
The Vintage Bradbury
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
Saturday Evening Post, September 23 1950
top Year the Glop Monster Won the Golden Lion at Cannes, The 66 03 collected as "The Dragon Danced at Midnight" in:
One More for the Road
Cavalier, July1966.
  Year 2150 A.D., The 50 24 (uncollected to date) Shangri-LA, 1950
  Years Cannot Be Hurried, The 51 09 collected as "A Story of Love" in:
Long After Midnight
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
First published as "These Things Happen", McCall's, May 1951
  Yes, We'll Gather at the River 69 06 I Sing The Body Electric!
The Stories of Ray Bradbury
I Sing The Body Electric!
  Yesterday I Lived
(Bradbury's original manuscript title: "No Phones, Private Coffin")
44 10 A Memory of Murder Flynn's Detective Fiction, August 1944
  Ylla 50 01 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
The Martian Chronicles
The Vintage Bradbury
First published as "I’ll Not Ask for Wine", Maclean’s, January 1 1950
top Zaharoff/Richter Mark V 96 10 Quicker than the Eye (First appearance.)
  Zero Hour 47 16 Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales
S is for Space
The Illustrated Man
Planet Stories, fall 1947

 

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