Robert Thurston

Robert Thurston is a science fiction author well known for his works in popular shared world settings, most notably his Clan Jade Falcon novels of the BattleTech universe and the novelizations of the original Battlestar Galactica television series.

Bibliography[edit]

Short Stories[edit]

  • "Wheels" 1971 Clarion ed. Robin Scott Wilson
  • "Anaconda" 1971 Clarion ed. Robin Scott Wilson
  • "The Last Desperate Hour" 1971 Clarion ed. Robin Scott Wilson
  • "Carolyn's Daughter" Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 42 no. 1 1972
  • "Under Siege" in Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 47 no. 1 July 1974
  • "Dream by Number" Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 49 no. 3 September 1975
  • "Theodora and Theodora" New Dimensions: Science Fiction Number 5. New York: Harper & Row, 1975
  • "Parker Frightened on a Tightrope" Fantastic Sword & Sorcery and Fantasy Stories Vol. 25 no. 5 November 1976
  • "Aliens" Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 51 no. 6 December 1976
  • "The Mars Ship" Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 52 no. 6 June 1977
  • "The Bulldog Nutcracker" Chrysalis Vol. 2. Ed. Roy Torgeson. New York: Zebra Books, 1978
  • "Seedplanter" Chrysalis Vol. 3. Ed. Roy Torgeson. New York: Zebra Books, 1978
  • "The Wanda Lake Number" Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact Jan. 1979 and Light Years and Dark Ed. Michael Bishop. Berkly 1984
  • "Alternate 51: Bliss" The Berkeley Showcase: New Writings in Science Fiction and Fantasy Vol. 4. Ed. Victoria Schochet & John W. Silbersack. New York: Berkeley Books, July 1981
  • "The Fire at Sarah Siddon" Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine Vol. 8 no. 8 August 1984
  • "Was That House There Yesterday?" Universe 16 Ed. Terry Carr. New York: Doubleday & Co., 1986
  • "Slipshod, at the End of the Universe" Fantasy & Science Fiction March 2001
  • "The World's Light Heavyweight Champion in Nineteen Twenty-Something" Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 100 no. 6 June 2001
  • "Who Wants to Live Forever?" Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 103 no.2 August 2002

Novellas[edit]

  • "Vibrations" Chrysalis 4. Ed. Roy Torgeson.New York: Zebra Books, 1979
  • "The Oonaa Woman" The Berkeley Showcase: New Writings in Science Fiction and Fantasy Vol. 3. Ed. Victoria Schochet & John W. Silbersack. New York: Berkeley Books, January 1981

Novelettes[edit]

  • "Marchplateau" Worlds of If Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Fact Sept-Nov. 1986
  • "I.D.I.D." Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 108 no. 5 May 2005

Novels[edit]

  • Alicia II. New York: Putnam, 1978
  • Set of Wheels. New York: Berkley 1983
  • Q Colony. Berkley, 1985

Battlestar Galactica[edit]

  • Battlestar Galactica (with Glen A. Larson) 1978
  • The Cylon Death Machine (with Glen A. Larson) 1979
  • The Tombs of Kobol (with Glen A. Larson) 1979
  • The Young Warriors (with Glen A. Larson) 1980
  • The Nightmare Machine (with Glen A. Larson) 1985
  • Die, Chameleon! (with Glen A. Larson) 1986
  • Apollo's War (with Glen A. Larson) 1987
  • Surrender the Galactica! (with Glen A. Larson) 1988

BattleTech novels[edit]

Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Robots and Aliens[edit]

  • Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Robots and Aliens 3: Intruder. Ace, 1990
  • Isaac Asimov's Robots and Aliens 2: Intruder (Book 3), Alliance (Book 4 by Jerry Oltion). I Books, 2002

Novelizations[edit]

  • Robot Jox: The Novel. Based on a screenplay by Joe Haldeman and Dennis Paoli. New York: Avon Books, 1989
  • 1492: The Conquest of Paradise. London; New York: Penguin Books, 1992

See also[edit]

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