The bibliography is in chronological order of first publication of the books. In most cases only first editions are shown for each title. In some cases, multiple editions are shown if the title was changed; this happened for Hell's Pavement, for example. Some other variant titles are listed separately, with notes indicating what the original titles were.
The main bibliographic sources are footnoted from this paragraph and provided much of the information in the following sections. Some footnotes annotating specific points are provided at the appropriate places below.
The Sun Saboteurs. New York: Ace Books, 1961; paperback. Bound dos-a-dos with The Light of Lilith by G. McDonald Wallis as Ace Double F-108. Original shorter version appeared in If in 1955 as "The Earth Quarter". Reissued under the original title in the omnibus World Without Children and The Earth Quarter; also reissued in the UK under the original title in the omnibus Two Novels.
The Rithian Terror. New York: Ace Books, 1965; paperback. Bound dos-a-dos with Knight's Off Center, as Ace Double M-113 see below. Original magazine appearance in Startling Stories in 1953 under the title "Double Meaning"; later included under the original title in Rule Golden/Double Meaning and Two Novels.
The Other Foot. London: Ronald Whiting & Wheaton, 1966; hardcover. This is a UK retitling of Mind Switch.
The World and Thorinn. New York: Berkley Books, 1981; hardcover. A fixup, based on "The World and Thorinn", Galaxy, April 1968; "The Garden of Ease", Galaxy, June 1968; and "The Star Below", Galaxy, August 1968.
Late Knight Edition. Cambridge:NESFA Press, 1985; hardcover.
One Side Laughing: Stories Unlike Other Stories. New York: St. Martins Press, 1991; hardcover.
God's Nose. Eugene, Oregon:Pulphouse Publishing, 1991; paperback. This was in the Pulphouse Author's Choice Monthly series.
Rule Golden/Double Meaning. New York:Tor Books, 1991; paperback. This was number 34 in the Tor Double Novels series. Double Meaning was also published separately as The Rithian Terror; see above.
VOR. New York: Avon Books, 1958; paperback. Knight collaborated with James Blish on a short story titled "The Weakness of RVOG", published in the February 1949 issue of Thrilling Wonder Stories. Blish later expanded this into VOR.
Better Than One. Cambridge: NESFA Press, 1980; hardcover. A collection of stories by both Knight and Kate Wilhelm; four by Knight, five by Wilhelm, with some additional introductory material by each.
"On Hood River, Oregon" in: Temper!, Vol. I, No. 1, May 1945. New York: Parallax. ed. Judy & Dan Zissman. Knight's contribution to this fanzine is talking trash about Hood River.
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