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Bibliography of John Wyndham

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"John Wyndham" (full name Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris) was a prolific writer, who wrote under the pen names John Wyndham, John Beynon, and Lucas Parkes. Here is a more complete bibliography of his works:

  • Early novels published under other pen names
    • The Curse of the Burdens (1927), as John B. Harris: Aldine Mystery Novels No. 17 (London: Aldine Publishing Co. Ltd)
    • The Secret People (1935), as John Beynon
    • Foul Play Suspected (1935), as John Beynon
    • Planet Plane (1936), as John Beynon; republished as The Space Machine and as Stowaway to Mars
  • Novels published in his lifetime as John Wyndham
    • The Day of the Triffids (1951), also known as Revolt of the Triffids
    • The Kraken Wakes (1953), published in the U.S. as Out of the Deeps
    • The Chrysalids (1955), published in the U.S. as Re-Birth
    • The Midwich Cuckoos (1957), filmed twice as Village of the Damned
    • The Outward Urge (1959), as John Wyndham and Lucas Parkes
    • Trouble with Lichen (1960)
    • Chocky (1968)
  • Posthumously published novels
    • Web (1979)
    • Plan for Chaos (2009)
  • Posthumously published collections
    • Sleepers of Mars (1973), a collection of five stories originally published in magazines in the 1930s: "Sleepers of Mars", "Worlds to Barter", "Invisible Monster", "The Man from Earth" and "The Third Vibrator"
    • The Best of John Wyndham (1973)
    • Wanderers of Time (1973), a collection of five stories originally published in magazines in the 1930s: "Wanderers of Time", "Derelict of Space", "Child of Power", "The Last Lunarians" and "The Puff-ball Menace" (aka "Spheres of Hell")
    • Exiles on Asperus (1979)
    • No Place Like Earth (2003)
  • Short stories
    • "Worlds to Barter" (1931)
    • "The Lost Machine" (1932)
    • "The Stare" (1932)
    • "The Venus Adventure" (1932)
    • "Exiles on Asperus" (1933)
    • "Invisible Monster" (1933)
    • "Spheres of Hell" (1933) [as John Beynon]
    • "The Third Vibrator" (1933)
    • "Wanderers of Time" (1933) [as John Beynon]
    • "The Man from Earth" (1934)
    • "The Last Lunarians" (1934) [as John Beynon]
    • "The Moon Devils" (1934) [as John Beynon Harris]
    • "The Cathedral Crypt" (1935) [as John Beynon Harris]
    • "The Perfect Creature" (1937)
    • "Judson's Annihilator" (1938) [as John Beynon]
    • "Child of Power" (1939) [as John Beynon]
    • "Derelict of Space" (1939) [as John Beynon]
    • "The Trojan Beam" (1939)
    • "Vengeance by Proxy" (1940) [as John Beynon]
    • "Meteor" (1941) [as John Beynon]
    • "Living Lies" (1946) [as John Beynon]
    • "Technical Slip" (1949) [as John Beynon]
    • "Jizzle" (1949)
    • "Adaptation" (1949) [as John Beynon]
    • "The Eternal Eve" (1950)
    • "Pawley's Peepholes" (1951)
    • "The Red Stuff" (1951)
    • "Tyrant and Slave-Girl on Planet Venus" (1951) [as John Beynon]
    • "And the Walls Came Tumbling Down" (1951)
    • "A Present from Brunswick" (1951)
    • "Bargain from Brunswick" (1951)
    • "Pillar to Post" (1951)
    • "The Wheel" (1952)
    • "Survival" (1952)
    • "Dumb Martian" (1952)
    • "Time Out" (1953)
    • "Close Behind Him" (1953)
    • "Time Stops Today" (1953)
    • "Chinese Puzzle" (1953)
    • "Chronoclasm' (1953)
    • "Reservation Deferred' (1953)
    • "More Spinned Against" (1953)
    • "Confidence Trick' (1953)
    • "How Do I Do?" (1953)
    • "Esmeralda" (1954)
    • "Heaven Scent" (1954)
    • "Look Natural, Please!" (1954)
    • "Never on Mars" (1954)
    • "Perforce to Dream" (1954)
    • "Opposite Numbers" (1954)
    • "Compassion Circuit" (1954)
    • "Wild Flower" (1955)
    • "Consider Her Ways" (1956)
    • "The Day of the Triffids" (1957) [an excerpt from the novel]
    • "But a Kind of Ghost" (1957)
    • "The Meddler" (1958)
    • "A Long Spoon" (1960)
    • "Odd" (1961)
    • "Oh, Where, Now, Is Peggy MacRafferty?" (1961)
    • "Random Quest" (1961)
    • "Stitch in Time" (1961)
    • "It's a Wise Child" (1962)
    • "Chocky" (1963)
    • "From The Day of the Triffids" (1964)
    • "In Outer Space There Shone a Star" (1965)
    • "A Life Postponed" (1968)
    • "Phase Two" (1973) [an excerpt]
    • "Vivisection" (2000) [as J. W. B. Harris]
    • "Blackmoil" (2003)
    • "The Midwich Cuckoos" (2005) [with Pauline Francis]

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