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Jerry Pournelle: A Bibliography

Check out our partial bibliography of the prolific computer columnist and sci-fi writer Jerry Pournelle. These representative links should be enough to keep you entertained for some time.

Daniel Dern

April 9, 2012

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Jerry Pournelle has turned out columns, books, and articles on a wide variety of non-fiction and sci-fi topics over the last 40 years. Most of his non-fiction work is about science and computers. He's written science-fiction books both on his own and with fellow sci-fi novelist Larry Niven.

In the computer world, Jerry is best known as the industry's first and longest-running computer columnist for his "Chaos Manor" column for BYTE Magazine. He also wrote "A Step Farther Out" for Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine, many of which were collected into a book of the same name.

Jerry's science fiction novels include:

And collaborations with Larry Niven, such as:

Jerry also has collaborated with other authors including S. M. Stirling, Dean Ing, and Roland J. Green.

Additionally, Jerry has edited a number of anthologies, including:

  • Imperial Stars, volumes 1-3

  • There Will be War (with John F. Carr), Vols I-IX

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Daniel Dern

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Daniel P. Dern is an independent technology and business writer. He can be reached via email at [email protected]; his website, www.dern.com; or his technology blog, TryingTechnology.com

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