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The Heinlein Journal

Issue No. 1 (July 1997) (48 pp.)

Notes: Leon Stover, Ph.D., Litt.D. “Heinlein’s Wastebasket”
Farah Mendlesohn, M.A.: “‘Almost’ a Feminist?”
Bill Patterson: “Heinlein’s Black N”
R.I.P. Tom Perry
Papers: James Gifford: “Let There Be Write: Robert A. Heinlein’s Start in Science Fiction”
Andrew Thornton. “Mythos and Logos: The Influence of P.D. Ouspensky in the fiction of Robert A. Heinlein) (Part 1 of 3)
Panel: “Are We There Yet?” — Part 1 of 6 examining Heinlein’s 1950 predictions in “Where To” concerning the year 2000 a.d.
Abstracts & Critiques: The contents of the Summer 1995 Heinlein issue of Extrapolation

Volume 1 Issue #1

Issue No. 2 (January 1998) (48 pp.)

Letters: Leon Stover, Dan’l Danehy-Oakes, Errata, Alan M. Milner
Notes:
Leon Stover, Ph.D., Litt. D.: “The Heinlein-Manson Hoax”
Edward M. Wysocki, Jr., Ph.D.: “Heinlein’s Mystery Device”
Papers:
Andrew Thornton: “Mythos and Logos: The Influence of P.D. Ouspensky in the Fiction of Robert A. Heinlein” (Part 2)
Bill Patterson: “A Study of ‘Life-Line'”
Panel: “Are We There Yet?” — Part 2
Abstracts & Critiques: Farah Mendelsohn: “Corporatism and the Corporate Ethos in Robert Heinlein’s ‘The Roads Must Roll'”; Gary Westfahl: “‘You Don’t Know What You Are Talking About’: Robert A. Heinlein and the Racism of American Science Fiction”

Volume 1 Issue #2

Issue No. 3 (July 1998) (48 pp.)

Letters: Leon Stover, Bill Patterson, Andrew Thornton
Notes:
Leon Stover, Ph.D., Litt.D. “The Naming of Lazarus Long”
James Gifford: “Heinlein and Hollywood, 1948 – 1963”
Papers:
Edward M. Wysocki, Jr. “A Flight of Speculation”Andrew Thornton: “Mythos and Logos: The Influence of P.D. Ouspensky in the Fiction of Robert A. Heinlein: Glory Road and the World As Myth Books” (Part 3, conclusion)
Solomon Davidoff: “The Heir of Patrick Henry: Robert Heinlein’s Attack on Communism in the Novel Starship Troopers
Bill Patterson: “A Study of ‘Misfit'”
Panel: “Are We There Yet?” (Part 3)
Abstracts & Critiques: Barton Paul Levinson: “The Ideology of Robert Heinlein”

Volume 1 Issue #3

Issue No. 4 (January 1999) (44 pp.)

Letters: Kevin B. O’Brien, Erratum, John Tilden
Notes:
Leon Stover, Ph.D., Litt. D, “The Forrestal Lecture”
Edward M. Wysocki, Jr., Ph.D. “A Source for Heinlein Character Names”
James Gifford: “Heinlein’s Wartime Book Reviews”Papers:
Joseph T. Major: “Robert A. Heinlein’s Second Future History”
Robert G. Kennedy III and Brad Linaweaver: “Three Perspectives on Tramp Royale
Bill Patterson: “A Study of ‘Let There Be Light'”
Bill Patterson: “A Study of ‘Elsewhen'”
Panel: “Are We There Yet?” (Part 4)
Abstracts & Critiques: Phillip Owenby: “Silent Partner: The Power Behind the Throne”

Volume 1 Issue #4

Issue No. 5 (July 1999) (48 pp.)

Letters: Leon Stover, Virginia Heinlein
Notes:
Michael Garrett: “Johnny Rico’s Nationality”
Errata; Notice to Readers
Papers:
Bill Patterson: “Robert A. Heinlein: A Biographical Sketch”
Bill Patterson: “A Study of ‘My Object All Sublime'”
Panel: “Are We There Yet?” — Part 5
Abstracts & Critiques: J. Neil Schulman: The Robert Heinlein Interview and Other Heinleinia

Issue No. 6 (January 2000) (44 pp.)

Letters: Leon Stover, Virginia Heinlein
Notes:
Jane Davitt: “The Number of the Boat”; Edward M. Wysocki, Jr., Ph.D.: “Even More on Names”; Bill Patterson: “Early Chronology of STRANGER”; Robert Gorsch: “Heinlein in Top 100s”; John C. LeGere: “Wells, Dunne, Heinlein”
Papers:
Joseph T. Major: “Writing Stories Never Written: Speculation Concerning ‘Stories Never Written'”
Jane Davitt: “Of One Blood: The Influence of Rudyard Kipling on Robert A. Heinlein”
Bill Patterson: “A Study of ‘Pied Piper'”
Panel: “Are We There Yet?”– Part 6 (Conclusion)

Issue No. 7 (July 2000) (48 pp)

Notes:
James Gifford: “The Last Boy Scout: Variations in ‘A Tenderfoot in Space'”
Papers:
Internet Heinlein Readers’ Group: “Starship Troopers — The Movie”
David M. Silver: “Finding What Spoiled Maureen, or, Using the Internet to Supplement Enjoyment of a Heinlein Reading”
John C. LeGere: “Navigators: Starman Jones and Life on the Mississippi
Edward Wysocki: “Heinlein’s Kamikaze Project and Caleb Laning”
Bill Patterson: “A Study of ‘If This Goes On–‘””
Abstracts & Critiques: Leon Stover, ed. H.G. Wells When the Sleeper Wakes ; James Gifford: Robert A. Heinlein: A Readers’ Companion ; Bill Patterson: “The Heir of James Branch Cabell”

Issue No. 8 (January 2001) (52 pp.)

Letters:
Irvin Koch, Brad Linaweaver, Virginia Heinlein, James Gifford
Feature: Atlanta Radio Theatre Company Adaptation of “The Man Who Traveled in Elephants” — Script by Brad Linaweaver and Virginia Heinlein
Papers:
Jane Davitt: “Red Planet — Blue Pencil”
Bill Patterson: “A Study of ‘Requiem'”
Robert James, Ph.D. “The Age of Reasoning: Starship Troopers & the History of the Franchise in America”
Cumulative Index of The Heinlein Journal, Issues 1-8 (July 1997 through January 2001)

Issue No. 9 (July 2001) (48 pp.)

Letters:
John LeGere, Virginia Heinlein, Mike Cassutt, and Irvin Koch
Notes:
Edward M. Wysocki, Jr., Ph.D. “Do You Know What Time It Is?: Robert Heinlein and the Telechronometer”
“Pay It Forward: Regarding the Heinlein Society”
Papers:
Brad Linaweaver: “Destination Freedom: An Appreciation of Robert A. Heinlein’s Destination Moon
Robert James, Ph.D.: “Regarding Leslyn,” a biographical sketch of Leslyn MacDonald Heinlein Mocabee
Randy Jost, Mike Craig, Ogden Johnson, III, and David M. Silver: “Finding What Is Already Known: Using the Internet to Discover Existing and Ongoing Research on Heinlein and Heinleinia”
Review by Jane Davitt of the Martian Named Smith Critical Perspectives on Robert A. Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land

Issue No. 10 (January 2002) (48 pp.)

Notes:
Edward Wysocki on “More Character Names”
Timothy Morgan: “FRIDAY’s Dedications.”
Andrew Thornton and William H. Patterson, Jr. “Jubal and the Secretaries.”
Edward Wysocki: “Reflections on a Device.”
Jack Thornton: “J. Fish.”
Papers:
Jane Davitt and Timothy Morgan: “Heinlein’s Dedications”
Bill Patterson: “Study of ‘Lost Legacy'” (illustrated).
Abstract & Critique:
Leon Stover’s Science Fiction from Wells to Heinlein