The Martian Chronicles

The Other Martian Tales

The Martian Chronicles: The Complete Edition published by Subterranean Press (2010) contains The Other Martian Tales section:

  • "The Lonely Ones" (Startling Stories, July 1949, reprinted in Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales)
  • "The Exiles" (The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Winter/Spring 1950, reprinted in The Illustrated Man)
  • "The One Who Waits" (The Arkham Sampler, summer 1949, reprinted in The Machineries of Joy)
  • "The Disease" (previously unpublished)
  • "Dead of Summer" (previously unpublished)
  • "The Martian Ghosts" (previously unpublished)
  • "Jemima True" (previously unpublished)
  • "They All Had Grandfathers" (previously unpublished)
  • "The Strawberry Window" (Star Science Fiction Stories #3, ed. Frederik Pohl, Ballantine, 1954, reprinted in A Medicine for Melancholy)
  • "Way in the Middle of the Air" (see above)
  • "The Other Foot" (New Story, March 1951, reprinted in The Illustrated Man)
  • "The Wheel" (previously unpublished)
  • "The Love Affair" (The Love Affair, Lord John Press 1982, reprinted in The Toynbee Convector)
  • "The Marriage" (previously unpublished)
  • "The Visitor" (Startling Stories, November 1948, reprinted in The Illustrated Man)
  • "The Lost City of Mars" (Playboy, January 1967, reprinted in I Sing the Body Electric)
  • "Holiday" (The Arkham Sampler, Autumn 1949)
  • "Payment in Full" (Thrilling Wonder Stories, February 1950)
  • "The Messiah" (Welcome Aboard, spring 1971, reprinted in Long After Midnight)
  • "Night Call, Collect" (Super Science Stories, April 1949 as "I, Mars", reprinted in I Sing the Body Electric)
  • "The Blue Bottle" (Planet Stories, Fall 1950, reprinted in Long After Midnight)
  • "Dark They Were, and Golden-Eyed" (Thrilling Wonder Stories, August 1949, reprinted in A Medicine for Melancholy)

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