Frontline of Discovery: Science on the Brink of Tomorrow; National Geographic Society, 1995. Wrote Epilogue.
Rogue Asteroids and Doomsday Comets:The Search for the Million Megaton Menace That Threatens Life on Earth; Duncan Steel, 1995. Wrote Foreword.
The Dechronization of Sam Magruder; George Gaylord Simpson, 1996. Wrote Introduction.
Encounter with Tiber; Buzz Aldrin and John Barnes, 1996. Wrote Foreword.
Survival Kit: How to Reach Ninety and Make the Most of It; William MacQuitty, 1996. Wrote Preface.
The Case for Mars: The Plan to Settle the Red Planet and Why We Must; Robert Zubrin and Richard Wagner, 1997. Wrote Foreword.
The Roving Mind: New Edition, Isaac Asimov, 1997. Wrote Tribute.
Arthur C. Clarke & Lord Dunsany: A Correspondence. ed. Keith Allen Daniels. Palo Alto, CA, USA: Anamnesis Press, 1998. Letters reprinted.
Hal's Legacy : 2001's Computer As Dream and Reality; David G. Stork, 1998. Wrote Foreword.
Intelligent Software Agents; Richard Murch, Tony Johnson, 1998. Wrote Foreword.
Arthur C. Clarke's Mysteries; Simon Welfare and John Fairly, 1998. Wrote foreword.
Welcome to the Wired World: The New Networked Economy; Anne C. Leer, 1999. Wrote Preface.
Arthur C. Clarke's Mysteries; John Fairly and Simon Welfare, 2000. Wrote Foreword.
e-Sphere: The Rise of the World-Wide Mind; Joseph N. Pelton, 2000. Wrote Foreword.
Excess Heat: Why Cold Fusion Research Prevailed; Charles G. Beaudette, 2000. Wrote Foreword.
Sri Lanka, the Emerald Island; Tissa Devendra, 2000. Wrote Foreword.
The Art of Chesley Bonestell; Ron Miller, 2001. Wrote Foreword.
Literary Trips 2: Following in the Footsteps of Fame; Victoria Brooks (editor), 2001. Wrote Foreword and is profiled in chapter 1.
Macroshift: Navigating the Transformation to a Sustainable World; Ervin Laszlo, 2001. Wrote Foreword.
The Search for Free Energy (a.k.a. The Scientist, the Madman, the Thief and Their Lightbulb); Keith Tutt, 2001. Wrote Foreword.
Visions of Spaceflight: Images from the Ordway Collection; Frederick I. Ordway III, 2001. Wrote Introduction, technical advisor.
The Web Between the Worlds; Charles Sheffield, 2001. Wrote Introduction to the 2001 edition of this 1979 novel.
The Worlds of Galileo; Michael E. Hanlon, 2001. Wrote Foreword.
Business 2010: Mapping the New Commercial Landscape; Ian Pearson, Michael Lyons, 2002. Wrote Foreword.
The Conquest of Space; David Lasser, 2002. Wrote Introduction to the 2002 edition of this 1931 work of non-fiction.
Creating Space: The Story of the Space Age through the Models; Mat Irvine, 2002. Wrote Introduction.
Moonwatcher's Memoir: A Diary of 2001: A Space Odyssey; Dan Richter, 2002. Wrote Foreword.
From Narnia to A Space Odyssey: The War of Ideas Between Arthur C. Clarke and C. S. Lewis. Edited with an Introduction by Ryder W. Miller. Ibooks (distr. by Simon & Schuster), 2003. Letters, essays and short stories reprinted. Republished in 2005 with new sub-title "Stories, letters, and commentary by and about C. S. Lewis and Arthur C. Clarke".
To the Edge of Doom; Tyronne Fernando, 2003. Wrote Introduction.
The Colours of Infinity: The Beauty, The Power and the Sense of Fractals; Clear Books, 2004. Contributor. Reprinted in 2010 as The Colours of Infinity: The Beauty and Power of Fractals
Are We Alone?: The Stanley Kubrick Extraterrestrial Intelligence Interviews; Anthony Frewin (editor), 2005. Wrote Preface.
Freedom on the March: An American Voyage to Explore Globalization; Patrick Mendis, 2005. Wrote Introduction.
'S' Is for Space; Ray Bradbury, 2005. Wrote Introduction.
Science Fiction Quotations: From the Inner Mind to the Outer Limits; Dr. Gary Westfahl (editor), 2005. Wrote Foreword.
Beautiful Living: Buddha's Way to Prosperity, Wisdom, and Inner Peace (a.k.a. The Buddha's Teachings on Prosperity: At Home, At Work, In the World); Bhikkhu Rahula, 2006. Wrote Foreword.
Jules Verne: The Definitive Biography; William Butcher, 2006. Wrote Introduction.
The World of Jules Verne; Gonzague Saint Bris, 2006. Wrote Preface.
The Rise of Animals: Evolution and Diversification of the Kingdom Animalia; Mikhail A. Fedonkin, James G. Gehling, Kathleen Grey, Guy M. Narbonne and Patricia Vickers-Rich, 2008. Wrote Foreword.
SpaceShipOne: An Illustrated History; Dan Linehan, 2008. Wrote Foreword.
From the Pen of Paul: The Fantastic Images of Frank R. Paul; Stephen D. Korshak (editor), 2009. Wrote Preface.
The Story of Astronomy; Heather Couper and Nigel Henbest, 2012. Wrote Foreword.
^Bibliography: The Other Side of the Sky. Internet Speculative Fiction Database, retrieved 8 July 2011. "This is the heading under which Infinity Science Fiction published three of Clarke's stories in the October 1957 issue: 'Freedom of Space', 'Passer By', and 'The Call of the Stars'. All six were published as a unit under the same overall title in several collections and anthologies. These are the second three of the six; the first three were published in the September 1957 Infinity. They were originally commissioned by the London Evening Standard as a follow-up series to Venture to the Moon."
^ abReference for this novella being a short story: Short Stories. Arthurcclarke.net, 2007–2011, retrieved 22 June 2011
The Sir Arthur Clarke Award is a British award given annually since 2005 in recognition of notable contributions to space exploration, particularly British achievements. Nominations for the awards are made by members of the public, with shortlists drawn up by a panel of judges, who also choose the winner. Sir Arthur Clarke chose a special award independently of the public nominations, prior to his death on 18 March 2008.
The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke, first published in 2001, is a collection of almost all science fiction stories written by Arthur C. Clarke: it includes 114 in all arranged in order of publication, "Travel by Wire!" in 1937 through to "Improving the Neighbourhood" in 1999. The story "Improving The Neighbourhood" has the distinction of being the first fiction published in the journal Nature. The titles "Venture to the Moon" and "The Other Side of the Sky", are not stories but the series titles for groups of six interconnected stories, each story with its own title. This collection is missing several stories, for example "When the Twerms Came" which appears in his other collections More Than One Universe and The View from Serendip. This edition contains a foreword by Clarke written in 2000, where he speculates on the science fiction genre in relation to the concept of short stories. Furthermore, many of the stories have a short introduction about their publication history or literary nature.
In addition to the printed edition, an audio edition was published by Fantastic Audio in 2001. The audio edition, comprising five volumes, runs nearly fifty hours. An electronic edition of the book was published in four volumes by RosettaBooks in 2012.
The View from Serendip is a collection of essays and anecdotes by Arthur C. Clarke, first published in 1977. The pieces include Clarke's experiences with diving, Sri Lanka, his relationships with other science fiction authors such as Isaac Asimov, and other personal memoirs. There are also reproductions of past lectures, as well as speculations about things of scientific interest. The essay "The World of 2001" had been previously published in Vogue. It predicted the end of menial labor (mental as well as manual), due to automation and bio-engineered apes.
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