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Bibliography and Awards


Awards and Nominations

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Novels

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Short Fiction

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Short Fiction (reprints and translations)

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Adaptations

  • "The Chronology Protection Case" ~a Phil D'Amato radioplay~ based on the novelette by Paul Levinson; adaptation by Mark Shanahan with Paul Levinson and Jay Kensinger, 2002 award nominee (also see short fiction above)
  • "The Chronology Protection Case" ~a Phil D'Amato movie~ based on the novelette by Paul Levinson; screenplay by Jay Kensinger, 2001 (also see short fiction above)
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Non-fiction books

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Collections

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Selected articles, columns

  • "Cablevision Monopoly Wins Another Round Against Fair Competition," The Journal-News (Westchester, NY), Community Views Op-ed, August 25, 2006
  • "TV's New Golden Age," Newsday (New York), Op-ed, Sunday July 23, 2006
  • "How Star Trek Liberated Television" in Boarding the Enterprise, David Gerrold & Robert J. Sawyer editors, BenBella Books, 2006
  • "Superman, Patriotism, and Doing the Ultimate Good" in The Man from Krypton, Glenn Yeffeth editor, BenBella Books, 2006
  • "The Little Big Blender: How the Cellphone Integrates the Digital and the Physical, Everywhere" in Cultural Dialectics and the Cell Phone: Essays in Social Transformation, A. Kavoori & Noah Arceneaux editors, Peter Lang, 2006
  • "The Hazards of Always Being in Touch: A Walk on the Dark Side with the Cellphone" in Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, Paul Messaris & Lee Humphreys editors, Peter Lang, 2006
  • "The Big Ape on the Small Screen: King Kong at Large in the 1950s in the Bronx" in King Kong Is Back! An Unauthorized Look at One Humongous Ape! David Brin editor, BenBella Books, 2005
  • "The Media’s Righteous Outrage," Newsday (New York), Op-ed (Katrina aftermath), Sunday September 11, 2005
  • "When the Call Comes, Ignore It," Newsday (New York), Op-ed (cellphones), Sunday August 7, 2005 (widely reprinted around the world)
  • "The Night That Alias Reinvented Itself" in Alias Assumed: Sex, Lies and SD-6, Glenn Yeffeth editor, BenBella Books, 2005
  • "Way Cool Text through Light Hot Wires and Thin Air" in The Legacy of McLuhan, Lance Strate & Edward Wachtel editors, Hampton Press, 2005
  • "First Amendment Under Fire from FCC," The Journal-News (Westchester, NY), Community Views Op-ed, Sunday February 6, 2005
  • "A Modest Suggestion for Political Ads," The Journal-News (Westchester, NY), Community Views Op-ed, Sunday September 5, 2004
  • "THE FCC AND HALFTIME: Censorship can be Dangerous Weapon," Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Atlanta, GA), Op-ed, Sunday February 15, 2004
  • "Schwarzenegger and the Fame Game," Atlanta Journal- Constitution (Atlanta, GA), Op-ed, Sunday October 12, 2003
  • "Cellphone: The Jangling Saviour," receiver #7, February 2003
  • "WTC (World Trade Center) Starport," in Explorations in Media Ecology 1(1), 2002
  • "Naked Bodies, Three Showings a Week, No Commercials: The Sopranos as a Nuts-and-Bolts Triumph of Non-Network TV" in This Thing of Ours: Investigating The Sopranos, David Lavery editor, Columbia University Press, 2002
  • "Online Education Unbound" in Communication and Cyberspace, Ron Jacobson, Lance Strate, Stephanie Gibson editors, Hampton Press, 2002
  • "Images of Unmediated Ugliness" in The Fractured Landscape: Reflections on September 11, 2001, and Its Aftermath, special edition of The Chronicle Review (The Chronicle of Higher Education), September 28, 2001
  • "Millennial McLuhan: Clues for Deciphering the Digital Age" in Annual Editions: Mass Media 01/02, Joan Gorham editor, McGraw Hill/Dushkin, 2001 [reprint of "Millennial McLuhan" from The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  • "McLuhan's Contribution" in A Treasury of Printing, Hiroyuki Shimada editor, Toppan Press, Tokyo, 2001
  • "Millennial McLuhan: Clues for Deciphering the Digital Age" in Writing Choices, Kathleen Bell editor, Allyn & Bacon, 2000 [reprint of "Millennial McLuhan" from The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  • Introduction to Taming the Beast: Choice & Control in the Electronic Jungle by Jason Ohler, TECHNOS Press, 1999
  • "Millennial McLuhan: Clues for Deciphering the Digital Age" The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 15, 1999
  • "Leave Microsoft Alone" The Industry Standard, June 8, 1998
  • "The Book on the Book: a Prognosis for the Page in the Digital Age" Analog, June 1998
  • "The Civil Rights of Robots" Shift, June 1998
  • "The Dream -- Titanic and Subversive" Tangent, Spring 1998/Fall 1997
  • "The Eyes of the Twenty-first Century" Tangent, Summer 1997
  • "By Their Clunkers Shall We Know Them" Tangent, Spring 1997
  • "Learning Unbound: Online Education and the Mind's Academy" Analog, March 1997
  • "The Light Fandango Online Magazine" Tangent, Winter 1996
  • "The Shorter Foundation of Science Fiction" Tangent, Fall 1996
  • "Not By Any Other Name," Tangent, Summer 1996
  • "The Writer/Critic Symbiosis: In One Flesh," Tangent, Spring 1996
  • "Sacred Genes" Wired, December 1995
  • "The Real Thing," Tangent, Winter 1995
  • "Web of Weeds" Wired, November 1995
  • "The Human Criterion," Tangent, Fall 1995
  • "The Age of Complaint," Tangent, Summer 1995
  • "Fruitstores and Cyberspace" OMNI , August 1994
  • "Telnet to the Future?" Wired, July 1994
  • "Burning Down the House" Wired, March 1994
  • "Will the Delta Clipper Turn Deep Space into Cyberspace?" Wired, February 1994
  • "The Amish Get Wired -- the Amish?" Wired, December 1993
  • "The Extinction of Extinction," Wired, September-October 1993
  • "Science Fiction: Fantasy Rooted in Fundamental Concerns," Media & Methods, April 1979
  • "Wolfman Hits the Road, Jack" The Village Voice, July 4, 1974
  • "Murray the K in Nostalgia's Noose" The Village Voice, October 26, 1972
  • "A Vote for McCartney" The Village Voice, October 21, 1971
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Selected reviews

  • "Confessions of a Science Fiction Chauvinist, as Occasioned by Seeing The Two Towers." Review of Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Locus Online, December 2002
  • "Ten Reasons to Like the Clones." Review of Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones, Locus Online, May 2002
  • Review of reissue of Nebula Award Stories 1, edited by Damon Knight, New York Review of Science Fiction, May 2002
  • Review of Sunspacers Trilogy by George Zebrowski, New York Review of Science Fiction, August 2001
  • Review of Quasar by Jamil Nasir, New York Review of Science Fiction, January 2001
  • Review of A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin, Tangent, Fall 1996
  • Review of Georgia on My Mind by Charles Sheffield, New York Review of Science Fiction, April 1996
  • Review of Matter's End by Gregory Benford, New York Review of Science Fiction, November 1995
  • "Punctuated Equilibria: in Dinosaurs and Trilogies." Review of Far-Seer, Fossil Hunter, Foreigner, and End of an Era by Robert Sawyer, New York Review of Science Fiction, May 1995
  • Review of Love & Sleep by John Crowley, Tangent, Spring 1995
  • Review of The Engines of God by Jack McDevitt, New York Review of Science Fiction, January 1995
  • Review of This Side of Judgement by J. R. Dunn, New York Review of Science Fiction, December 1994
  • Review of Vertical Fruit of the Horizontal Tree by Howard Hendrix, Tangent, November-December 1994
  • Review of The Silicon Man by Charles Platt, Journal of Social & Evolutionary Systems, October 1994
  • Review of Mortal Fire: Best Australian SF, edited by Terry Dowling and Van Ikin, New York Review of Science Fiction, May 1994
  • Review of Eternal Light by Paul McAuley, New York Review of of Science Fiction, February 1994
  • Review of Burning Bright by Melinda Scott, New York Review of Science Fiction, August 1993
  • Review of Mirror to the Sky by Mark Geston, New York Review of Science Fiction, May 1993
  • Review of Redshift Rendezvous by John E. Stith, Journal of Social & Evolutionary Systems, February 1992
  • Review of The Quiet Pools by Michael Kube-McDowell, Journal of Social & Biological Structures, December 1990

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