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Primary Works (by Format)

The categorization of these works was very subjective. For example, there is a fine line between articles and editorials for many of Bradley’s non-fiction works. I categorized them as she did whenever possible, then deferred to the source: if she was an editor, and the piece appeared early in the magazine, it seemed likely to be an editorial. For some, I had guessed based on context and others’ commentary.

This section is divided into the following categories:

Novels
Short Stories
Poems
Articles & Criticism
Afterwards, Columns, Editorials, Letters, Introductions, etc.
Miscellaneous
Unknown & Unpublished

Novels

The Ages of Chaos. New York: DAW, 2002. Omnibus of Stormqueen! and Hawkmistress!
The Alton Gift. New York: DAW, 2007. With Deborah J. Ross.
Anything Goes. Cammeray, Australia: Stag, 1964. Written as Miriam Gardner.
The Best of Marion Zimmer Bradley. Chicago: Academy Chicago, 1985.
Black Trillium. New York: Doubleday, 1990. With Julian May and Andre Norton.
The Bloody Sun. New York: Ace, 1964. Revised edition: New York: DAW, 1979.
Bluebeard’s Daughter. New York: Lancer, 1968.
Bonds of Sisterhood. MZB Literary Works Trust (in partnership with eReader.com), 1993.
The Brass Dragon. New York: Ace, 1969.
Can Ellen Be Saved? New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1975.
Castle Terror. New York: Lancer, 1975.
The Catch Trap. New York: Ballantine, 1979.
The City of Sorcery. New York: DAW, 1984.
The Colors of Space. Derby, CT: Monarch, 1963.
The Dark Intruder and Other Stories. New York: Ace, 1964.
Dark Satanic. New York: Berkley Medallion, 1972.
Darkover: First Contact. New York: DAW, 2004. Omnibus of Darkover Landfall and Two to Conquer.
Darkover Landfall. New York: DAW, 1972.
The Door Through Space. New York: Ace, 1962.
Drums of Darkness. New York: Ballantine, 1976.
Endless Universe (expanded version of Endless Voyage). New York: Ace, 1979.
Endless Voyage. New York: Ace, 1975.
Exile’s Song. New York: DAW, 1996. With Adrienne Martine-Barnes.
Falcons of Narabedla. New York: Ace, 1964.
The Fall of Atlantis. New York: Baen, 1987.
The Fall of Neskaya. New York: DAW, 2001.
The Firebrand. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1987.
A Flame in Hali. New York: DAW, 2004. With Deborah J. Ross.
The Forbidden Circle. New York: DAW, 2002. Omnibus of The Spell Sword and The Forbidden Tower.
The Forbidden Tower. New York: DAW, 1977.
The Forest House. New York: Viking, 1994. Alternately titled The Forests of Avalon.
Ghostlight. New York: Tor, 1995. With Rosemary Edghill.
Glenraven. New York: Baen, 1996. With Holly Lisle.
Gratitude of Kings. New York: ROC, 1997.
Gravelight. New York: Tor, 1997. With Rosemary Edghill.
Guide to Avalon. New York: ROC, 1999.
Hastur Lord: A Novel of Darkover. New York: DAW, 2010. With Deborah J. Ross. Forthcoming (working title: Reluctant King).
Hawkmistress! New York: DAW, 1982.
Heartlight. New York: Tor, 1998. With Rosemary Edghill.
The Heirs of Hammerfell. New York: DAW, 1989.
Heritage and Exile. New York: DAW, 2002. Omnibus of  The Heritage of Hastur and Sharra’s Exile.
The Heritage of Hastur. New York: DAW, 1975.
The House Between the Worlds. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1980.
Hunters of the Red Moon. New York: DAW, 1973. With Paul Edwin Zimmer.
I Am a Lesbian. Derby, CT: Monarch, 1962. Written as Lee Chapman.
In the Rift: Glenraven 2. New York: Baen, 1996. With Holly Lisle.
In the Steps of the Master (The Sixth Sense no 6). New York: Tempo, 1973.
The Inheritor. New York: Tor, 1984.
Jamie and Other Stories. Chicago: Academy Chicago, 1993.
Knives of Desire. San Diego: Corinth Publications, 1966. Written as Morgan Ives.
The Lady of Avalon. New York: Viking, 1997.
Lady of the Trillium. New York: Bantam, 1995. With Elisabeth Waters.
The Mists of Avalon. New York: Knopf, 1982.
My Sister, My Love. Derby, CT: Monarch, 1963. Written as Miriam Gardner.
Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Darkover. New York: DAW, 1993.
Night’s Daughter. New York: Ballantine, 1985.
No Adam for Eve. San Diego: Corinth Publications, 1966. Written as John Dexter.
The Planet Savers. New York: Ace, 1962. Bound with The Sword of Aldones. First published as a short story.
Priestess of Avalon. New York: Viking, 2001.
Rediscovery. New York: DAW, 1993. With Mercedes Lackey.
The Ruins of Isis. Norfolk, VA: Donning, 1978.
The Saga of the Renunciates. New York: DAW, 2002. Omnibus of The Shattered Chain, Thendara House, and City of Sorcery.
Seven from the Stars. New York: Ace, 1962. First published as a short story.
The Shadow Matrix. New York: DAW, 1998. The majority of this novel is credited to  Adrienne Martine-Barnes, though Bradley retains the copyright and the title credit.
Sharra’s Exile. New York: DAW, 1981.
The Shattered Chain. New York: DAW, 1976.
Songs from Rivendell. Privately printed, 1959.
Souvenir of Monique. New York: Ace, 1967.
Spare Her Heaven. Derby, CT: Monarch, 1963. Written as Morgan Ives.
The Spell Sword. New York: DAW, 1974.
Star of Danger. New York: Ace, 1965.
Stormqueen! New York: DAW, 1978.
The Strange Women. Derby, CT: Monarch, 1962. Written as Miriam Gardner.
Survey Ship. New York: Ace, 1980.
The Survivors. New York: DAW, 1979. With Paul Edwin Zimmer.
The Sword of Aldones. New York: Ace, 1962.
The Catch Trap. New York: Ballantine, 1979.
Thendara House. New York: DAW, 1983.
Tiger Burning Bright. New York: Morrow, 1995. With Mercedes Lackey, Andre Norton, and Elisabeth Waters.
To Save a World. New York: DAW, 2004. Omnibus of The Planet Savers, The World Wreckers, and “The Waterfall.”
Traitor’s Sun. New York: DAW, 1999. The majority of this novel is credited to  Adrienne Martine-Barnes, though Bradley retains the copyright and the title credit.
Twilight Lovers. Derby, CT: Monarch, 1964. Written as Miriam Gardner.
Two to Conquer. New York: DAW, 1980.
Warrior Woman: The Adventures of Zadieyek of Gyre. New York: DAW, 1985.
Web of Darkness. Virginia Beach: Donning, 1983.
Web of Light. New York: Pocket, 1983.
The Winds of Darkover. New York: Ace, 1970.
Witch Hill. San Francisco: Greenleaf, 1972. Originally written and published as Valerie Graves.
Witchlight. New York: Tor, 1996.
A World Divided. New York: DAW, 2003. Omnibus of Star of Danger, The Winds of Darkover, and The Bloody Sun.
The World Wreckers. New York: Ace, 1971.
Zandru’s Forge. New York: DAW, 2003. With Deborah J. Ross.

Short Stories

“Amazon Excerpt.” Darkover Newsletter 9-10 (Jan. 1978): 7-16, 41.
“Amazon Fragment.” Darkover Newsletter 9-10 (Jan. 1978): 42.
“Another Rib.” Fantasy and Science Fiction 24.6 (June 1963): 112-127.
“The Bardic Revel.” Greyhaven. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1983.
“Birds of Prey.” Venture Science Fiction 1.3 (May 1957): 92-120.
“Bitch.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 72 (Feb. 1987): 104.
“Black & White.”  Amazing (Nov. 1962).
“Blood Money.” Uncensored Confessions 3.10 (Feb. 1962): 7-8, 10-11, 63-69.
“Blood Will Tell.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980.
“The Blue Strangers.” Teen Trends. Canada. Date unknown.
“Bride Price.” The Other Side of the Mirror. New York: DAW, 1987. 80-93.
“Cassandra Marceau-Leynier.” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet 1 (Aug. 1952): 7-10.
“Centaurus Changling.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 6.4 (Apr. 1954): 85-123.
“Chalice of Tears, or I Didn’t Want That Damn Grail Anyway.” Grails: Quests, Visitations, and Other Occurrences. Eds. Richard Gilliam and Martian Harry Greenberg. Atlanta: Unnamable Press: 1992. 43-52.
“The Chimes in the Cathedral.” Astra’s Tower 1.2 (Dec. 1947): 7.
“The Climbing Wave.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 8.2 (Feb. 1955): 3-55.
“Collector’s Item.” Satellite Science Fiction 2.1 (June 1958): 118-127.
“Conquering Hero.” Fantastic Oct. 1959: 47-76.
“Cover-Up Girl.” True Romance 75.4 (Dec. 1962): 32-35, 78-79, 81.
“Crime Story.” Day*Star May 1961: 11-14.
“The Crime Therapist.” Future Science Fiction 5.3 (Oct. 1954): 93-100.
“The Dance at the Gym.” The San Francisco Chronicle 17 Sept. 1987.
“The Dark Intruder.” The Dark Intruder and Other Stories. New York: Ace, 1964.
“The Day of the Butterflies.” The DAW Science Fiction Reader Ed. Donald Wollheim. New York: DAW, 1976. 183-194.
“Death Between the Stars.” Fantastic Universe 5.2 (Mar. 1956): 70-83.
“Dio Ridenow of Serre.” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet 1 (Aug. 1952): 4-7.
“Doom of the Thrice Cursed.” Ghor, Kin-Slayer. Ed. Robert Ervin Howard. West Warwick, RI: Necronomicon Press, 1997.
“A Dozen of Everything.” Day*Star May 1955: 5-7.
“Dyan Ardais.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Darkover. New York: DAW, 1993.
“Elbow Room.” Stellar Science Fiction Stories #5 Ed. Judy-Lynn del Rey. New York: Ballantine, 1980. 124-144.
“The Engine.” Viva 4.6 (Mar. 1977): 63, 108-110.
“Everything but Freedom.” Darkover Newsletter 9-10 (Jan. 1978): 20.
“Exiles of Tomorrow.” Fantastic Universe 3.2 (Mar. 1955): 117-122.
“Falcons of Narabedla, Part I.” Dimensions 14 (May-July 1954): 36-41, 45.
“Falcons of Narabedla, Part II.” Dimensions 15 (Aug.-Oct. 1954): 73-81.
“Falcons of Narabedla, Part III.” Dimensions 16 (Jan 1955).
“Falcons of Narabedla, Part IV.” Dimensions 17.
“Falcons of Narabedla, Part V.” Dimensions 18.
“The Final Bet.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.1 (Summer 1988): 30-31.
“Firetrap.” Domains of Darkover. New York: DAW, 1990.
“Fools’ Fire.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 26 (Winter 1995): 60+.
“Footsteps.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 11 (Winter 1991): 32-35.
“A Genuine Old Master.” Galileo/Magazine of Science and Fiction 5 (Oct. 1977): 24-29.
“Giant Step.” Mattachine Review 7.4 (Apr. 1961): 8-26.
“Goblin Market.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 11.4 (Summer 1999): 23-25.
“The Hawk-Master’s Son.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 140-155.
“The Heart of the Hill.” Out of Avalon. Ed. Jennifer Roberson. New York: ROC, 2001. 1-16. With Diana L. Paxson.
“Hello Daddy, This Is Margaret.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 9 (Summer 1990): 28.
“Here There Be Dragons?” Excalibur. Eds. Richard Gilliam, Martian Harry Greenberg, and Edward E. Kramer. New York: Aspect/Warner, 1995.
“Hero’s Moon.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 51.4 (Oct. 1976): 79-98.
“Hillary.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Darkover. New York: DAW, 1993.
“Hillary’s Homecoming.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Darkover. New York: DAW, 1993.
“The House on the Borderland.” The Ladder 4.8 (May 1960): 5-6.
“House Rules.” Four Moons of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1988.
“The Incompetent Magician.” Greyhaven. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1983. 137-159.
“The Inevitable Secret.” Altitudes 1947. Uncirculated.
“Jackie Sees a Star.” Fantastic Universe 2.2 (Sept. 1954): 97-101.
“Jamie.” Jamie and Other Stories. Chicago: Academy Chicago, 1993.
The Jewel of Arwen. Baltimore: T-K Graphics, 1973.
“The Keeper’s Price.” Starstone 1 (Jan. 1978): 48-57.
“Keyhole.” Vortex 1.3 (1953): 123-132.
“Knives.” Free Amazons of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1985.
“The Legend of Lady Bruna.” Legends of Hastur and Cassilda. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. Berkley: Thendara House Publications, 1979. 6-9. This is sometimes called “The Myth of Lady Bruna.”
“The Lesson of the Inn.” Starstone 2 (June 1978): 68-76.
“The Malice of the Demon.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 75.3 (Sept. 1988): 53.
“Mama, Don’t Let Him Have My Babies!” True Experience 69.2 (July 1961): 28-32, 46, 48, 50, 52.
“Man of Impulse.” Four Moons of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1988.
“Marga of the Darriells.” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet 1 (Aug. 1952): 2-4.
“Measureless to Man.” Amazing 36.12 (Dec. 1962): 74-107.
“A Meeting in the Hyades.” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet (1962): 14-29.
“Naughty Venusienne.” Caper 1.3 (Dec. 1956): 16-17, 21.
“North to Northwander.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 36 (Summer 1997): 20-.
“Oathbreakers.” Darkover Grand Council VII Program Book. Ed. Ivo Dominguez, Jr. Wilmington, DE: The Friends of Darkover, 1984. 5-22.
“Orcs and Elfstones.” Day*Star 15 (Aug. 1961): 18-22.
The Parting of Arwen. Baltimore: T-K Graphics, 1974.
“Peace in the Wilderness.” Fantastic Universe 5.6 (July 1956): 55-79.
“Phoenix.” Amazing 37.2 (Feb. 1963): 88-97.
“The Planet Savers.” Amazing March 1958. Published in 1962 as a novel.
“The Pledged Word.” The Merlin Chronicles. Ed. Mike Ashley. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1995.
“Rohana.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1993.
“Sea Wrack.” Moonsinger’s Friends: An Anthology in Honor of Andre Norton. Ed. Susan Schwartz. New York: Bluejay, 1985.
“The Secret of the Blue Star.” Thieves’ World. Ed. Robert Lynn Asprin. New York: Ace, 1979. 267-294.
“The Seeker of Arrath.” MEZRAB 4 (Spring 1951): 13-16.
“Seven from the Stars.” Amazing 34.3 (Mar. 1960): 48-144, 146.
“The Shadow.” The Red Sun of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1987.
“Somebody Else’s Magic.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 67.4 (Oct. 1984): 101-135.
“The Stars Are Waiting.” Saturn Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy 1.5 (Mar. 1958): 84-94.
“A Sword of Chaos.” A Sword of Chaos, and Other Stories. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1982.
“Ten Minutes or So.” Towers of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1993.
“Thendara House.” Tales of the Free Amazons. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. Berkley: Thendara House Publications: 1980. 63-72.
“To Drive the Cold Winter Away.” Space Opera. Ed. Anne McCaffery and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough. New York: DAW, 1996.
“Toe Heaven.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 33 (Fall 1996): 32-.
“To Err Is Inhuman.” Science Fiction Stories 10.4 (Sept. 1959): 30-44.
“To Keep the Oath.” The Bloody Sun. New York: Ace, 1979. 373-408.
“To Kill the Undead.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 23 (Spring 1994): 42-45.
“Treason of the Blood.” Web Terror Stories 4.1 (Aug. 1962): 78-93.
“The Walker Behind.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 73.1 (July 1987):101-.
“The Wandering Lute.” The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 70.2 (Feb. 1986): 88-.
“The Waterfall.” The Planet Savers. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: Ace, 1976. 99-111.
“Well Met by Moonlight.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 11.1 (Fall 1998): 32-.
“Who I Am, Where I Am, and Where I Came from.” Triskelion 1 (1977).
“The Wild One.” A Book of Weird Tales 1.1 (1960): 104-116.
“The Wind People.” IF: Worlds of Science Fiction 9.2 (Feb. 1959): 14-27.
“Women Only.” Vortex 1.2 (1953): 26-30.
“The Word of a Hastur.” Snows of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1994.
“World After Destruction.” The Gorgon 5 (Nov. 1947).
“The Wuzzles.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 14 (Fall 1991): 24-28.
“Year of the Big Thaw.” Fantastic Universe 1.6 (May 1954): 110-116.

Poems

“The Ballad of Hastur and Cassilda.” Legends of Hastur and Cassilda. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. Berkley: Thendara House Publications, 1979.
“A Carol for Patrick.” Allerlei 14 c/w Day*Star 25 (Feb. 1965): 16.
“Chieri Lament.” Starstone 2 (June 1978): 25.
“Cover.” Thrilling Wonder Stories Oct./Nov.(?) 1951.
“[Dawns at the Window].” Ugly Bird 1 (Summer 1956): 6-7.
“Fannish Executioner’s Song.” Yandro 10.2 (Feb. 1962): 9.
“The Femfan’s Lament.” Anything Box 1 (1958): 2.
“Fragilities.” Allerlei c/w Day*Star (Feb. 1962): 6.
“The Haunted Street.” The Nekromantikon 2 (1950).
“In Search of Arkham.” Allerlei c/w Day*Star (Feb. 1972): 1.
“Introvert.” Anything Box 1 (1958): 10.
“Katwen.” Allerlei c/w Day*Star (Feb. 1972): 18.
“Leaf.” Day*Star 8 (May 1959): 3.
“The Long Hot Summer: Three Moods.” FAPA Aug. 1959: 1.
The Maenads. CA: Charles Garvin, 1978.
“Nova.” The Nekromantikon 5 (1951).
“Out of Nazareth.” 1980. Marion Zimmer Bradley Home Page. Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Works Trust. 4/12/04 <http://mzbworks.home.att.net/&gt;.
“The Place in the Marshes.” Astra’s Tower 1.2 (Dec. 1947): 11.
“The Priestess.” Astra’s Tower 1.2 (Dec. 1947): 11.
“Reflections on the Fugghead.” Yandro 10.10 (Feb. 1962): 18-19.
“The Sabre Jets.” FAPA Nonesuch Summer 1952: 8.
“Sapphic Song.” Day*Star Aug. 1956: 9.
“Shangri La.” Allerlei c/w Day*Star (Feb. 1972): 6.
“The Sorceress.” The Gorgon 2.3 (Mar 1949): 33. Written as Marion Astra Zimmer.
“Spaceman’s Song.” The Nekromantikon 4 (1950-1951).
“Spinning Song.” Beyond the Fields We Know 1 (Autumn 1978): 47.
“The Sterner Season.” Day*Star 2 (May 1955): 2.
“Symphonic Suite: Six Poems for Full Orchestra.” Day*Star 1 (Nov. 1954): 5-9.
“Three Moods.” Day*Star May 1961: 10.
“The Vigil.” Astra’s Tower 1.5 (Dec. 1950): 4.
“To Evelyn from Mars.” MEZRAB 3 (Winter 1951): 3.
“Tomboy.” Day*Star 2 (May 1955): 7.
“Two Christmas Cards, Out of Season.” Day*Star 8 (May 1959): 3.
“Veteran.” Astra’s Tower 1.3 (July 1949): 1-2.
“Women…At War.” Astra’s Tower 1.5 (Dec. 1950): 3.
“Year’s Beginning.” Day*Star 13 (Feb. 1961): 1.

Articles & Criticism

“About The Birthgrave, by Tanith Lee.” Fantasiae 3.11-12 (Nov.-Dec. 1975): 1, 3-4.
“Alas All Maturity.” Vagabond 2 (Summer 1955).
“Appreciation of Donald A. Wollheim.” Locus 359 (Dec. 1990).
“Appreciation of Randall Garrett.” Locus 325 (Jan. 1988).
“At Science Fiction Conventions, Friends Can Sometimes Be a Second Family.” Science Fiction Age 1.2 (Jan. 1993): 22-23.
“The Attraction of Fantasy.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 9 (Summer 1990): 35.
“The (Bastard) Children of Hastur.” Essays Lovecraftian. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Baltimore, T-K Graphics, 1976.
“Behind the Borderline.” The Ladder 5.1 (Oct. 1960): 6-11. Written as Miriam Gardner.
“Block That Title.” Allerlei 14 c/w Day*Star 25 (Feb. 1965): 16. With Walter Breen; written as Marion Breen.
“The Chief Value of Science Fiction.” The Double-Bill Symposium. Ed. Bill Mallardi and Bill Bowers. Akron: DB Press, 1969. 25-26.
“Children’s Fantasy: Review of Why Have the Birds Stopped Singing by Zoa Sherborne.” Fantasiae 4.8 (Aug. 1976): 5.
“Child-Mother.” Day*Star 3 (Aug. 1955): 6.
“C. L. Moore: An Appreciation.” Locus 326 (Mar. 1988): 69.
“Clunkers: This Year’s Crop. Reviews of The Sentinal by Jeffrey Konvitz; The Stigmata of Dr. Constantine by Tom Dulack; and False Ideas by Betty Ferm.” Fantasiae 3.2 (Feb. 1977): 8-9.
“Clutch of Vampires: A Believability in Dracula.” Niekas 45 (July 1998): 33, 43.
Costume and Clothing As a Cultural Index on Darkover. Berkeley, CA: Thendara House, 1977. With Diana L. Paxson.
“Darkovans Have Dirty Minds, Too!” Darkovan Language Review 1 (Spring 1978): 55.
“Darkover: Conversations with Marion Zimmer Bradley.” Madison Heights, MI: SFRA Audio Records, 1980.
“Darkover Retrospective.” Planet Savers/Sword of Aldones. New York: Ace, 1980. 301-359.
“Dear Editor: Stop Right There.” Writer’s Digest 68.9 (Sept. 1988): 31.
“The Devil Made Me Do It (Writing Novels Based on Legends).” The Writer 101.4 (Apr. 1988): 16.
“Dungaree Doll: Inquiring into a Modern Phenomenon.” Day*Star (Aug. 1956): 2-4.
“Essay: Science Fiction Conventions.” Science Fiction Age 1.2 (Jan. 1993): 22, 71.
“Every Man His Own Anthologist.” Day*Star 19 (1962): 3-5.
“The Evolution of Women’s Fantasy.” Sword and Sorceress, Vol. III. New York: DAW, 1986.
“Experiment in Ecstasy.” Allerlei 14 c/w Day*Star 25 (Feb. 1965): 31-34.
“Experiment Perilous: The Art and Science of Anguish in Science Fiction.” Algol 19 (Nov. 1972): 4-11. Expanded in Experiment Perilous: Three Essays on Science Fiction. Ed. Andrew Porter. New York: Algol Press, 1976.
“An Evolution of Consciousness: Twenty-Five Years of Writing about Women in Science Fiction.” The Diversifier Jan. 1977: 24-32.
“Faking It.” Empire for the Science Fiction Writer 9.3 (Spring 1985): 12-13.
“Fandom: Its Value to the Professional.” Inside Outer Space: Science Fiction Professional Look at Their Craft. Ed. Sharon Jarvis. New York: F. Ungar, 1985.
“Fandom’s Effects on Would-Be Writers.” The Double-Bill Symposium. Ed. Bill Mallardi and Bill Bowers. Akron: DB Press, 1969. 46.
“Fantasy and the Contemporary Occult Novel, Social and Intellectual Approaches, I.” Fantasy Review 8.6 (June 1985): 10-12.
“Fantasy and the Contemporary Occult Novel, Social and Intellectual Approaches, II.” Fantasy Review 8.7 (July 1985): 31-32.
“Fanzinia Revisited.” Yandro 11.1 (Jan. 1963): 11-14.
“Feminine Equivalents of Greek Love in Modern Fiction.” International Journal of Greek Love 1.1 (1969): 48-58.
“The Feminine Imperative.” Viva 4.3 (Dec. 1976): 44-46, 48, 104, 108.
“The Feud of the Century.” Spectre 3 (Summer 1958): 12-13.
“The Five Mile Bookshelf.” Allerlei c/w Day*Star (Dec. 1969-Jan. 1970): 3-6.
“Getting Started: Planning and Plotting the Novel.” Creative Writing in America: Theory and Pedagogy. Ed. Joseph Michael Moxley. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1989.
“And Goblin’s Too.” Day*Star 13 (Feb. 1961): 3.
“…Good Unclean Fun…” MEZRAB 2 (Fall 1950): 19.
“The Great Breen Dy-Doggle, or All Berkeley Is Plunged into a Can of Noisome Nappies.” Allerlei 14 c/w Day*Star 25 (Feb. 1965): 19-22. Written as Marion Breen.
“The Great Max Pollen Mystery.” Day*Star 9 (Aug. 1959): 7-8.
“A Glossary of Darkovan Terms.” Masiform D 2 (Mar. 1972).
“A Glossary of Merdinian-Darkovan Terms Used in The Door Through Space (Ace, 1961), The Planet Savers (Amazing, March 1958), and The Sword of Aldones/Planet Savers (Ace, 1962).” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet 1962: 29.
“The Heroic Image of Women: Woman as Wizard and Warrior.” Sword and Sorceress, Vol. I. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1984.
“How to Prepare a Manuscript.” The SFWA Handbook. Ed. Mildred Downey Broxon. Seattle: Science Fiction Writers of America, 1976. 28-33.
“I’d Rather Drive a Truck.” The Anything Box 1 (1958): 3-8.
“I Know You’re Busy, but Please Help Me.” Empire: For the SF Writer 3.3 (Nov. 1977): 37-39.
“An Interview with Diana Paxson.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 10 (Fall 1990): 41-42.
“King Arthur, Pulp Fiction and the Ethics of Mythopesis.” Fantasiae 1.7 (Oct. 1973): 1, 9.
“Legion of the Dead.” Ugly Bird 2 (Summer 1959): 7-10. With Redd Boggs.
“Lost in a Quatt Wunkery.” The Anything Box 1 (1958): 11-18.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley on Demon of the Night by Rita Lakin; Julia by Peter Straub; and The Manitou by Graham Masterson.” Fantasiae 5.3 (Mar. 1977): 8.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine.” Science Fiction Writer’s Market Place and Source Book. Ed. David Tompkins. Cincinnati, OH: F & W Publications, 1994.
“The Maverick View.” Science Fiction Writers of America Bulletin 14.3 (Fall 1979): 17-21.
“Mechanics Illustrated.” Day*Star May 1961: 14.
“Men, Halflings, and Hero Worship.” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet 5 (1961): entire issue.
“My Life on Darkover, or the Series That Growed: Part I.” Fantasiae 2.11 (Nov. 1974): 1, 5, 12.
“My Life on Darkover, or the Series That Growed: Part II.” Fantasiae 2.12 (Dec. 1974): 1, 5-6, 14.
“My Life on Darkover, or the Series That Growed: Part III.” Fantasiae 3.1 (Jan. 1975): 1, 5-6.
“My Love Affair with Fritz Leiber.” Touchstone. Salt Lake City: Mysterious Stranger Press, 1978. 43-52.
“My Search for Morgan le Fay.” The Once and Future Arthur. Ed. Edmund R. Meskys. San Bernadino, CA: Borgo Press, 1989.
“My Trip Through Science Fiction.” Algol 30 (Winter 1977-78): 10-20.
“MZB: To Our Readers and Contributors.” Starstone 2 (June 1978): 4-5, 58.
“National Characteristics of Censorship.” Yandro 9.5 (May 1961): 6-8
The Necessity for Beauty: Robert W. Chambers and the Romantic Tradition. Baltimore: T-K Graphics, 1974.
“The Nine Basic Science Fiction Plots.” Yandro 234 (Jan. 1976): 14-16.
“No Room in the Womb.” Thrilling Wonder Stories. Date unknown.
“Novel or Short Story for the Beginner?” The Double-Bill Symposium. Ed. Bill Mallardi and Bill Bowers. Akron: DB Press, 1969. 58.
“Ode on Imitations of an Immortal.” Astra’s Tower 1.2 (Dec. 1947): 6, 9.
“Of Cabbages and Kings.” Astra’s Tower 1.4 (May 1950): 4.
“One Woman’s Experience in Science Fiction.” Women of Vision: Essays by Women Writing Science Fiction. Ed. Denise Du Pont. New York: St. Martin’s, 1988.
“On Night’s Daughter and Mozart’s ‘The Magic Flute.” Night’s Daughter. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: Ballantine, 1985. 247-249.
“A Pattern of World Order.” MEZRAB 5 (Summer 1951): 24.
“Puritans, Sadists, and the Martian Language.” Darkovan Language Review 1 (Spring 1978): 43-47.
“Randall.” The Best of Randall Garrett. Randall Garrett. New York: Pocket, 1982.
“A Rather Prolific Hobbyist.” Nikeas 40 (Aug. 1989): 36-37.
“Reply to a Con Report.” Darkover Newsletter 11 (Spring 1978): 50-54.
“Respectfully to Differ.” Fantasy Newsletter 5.8 (Sept. 1982): 19-21.
“Responsibilities and Temptations of Women Science Fiction Writers.” Women Worldwalkers: New Dimensions of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Ed. Jane B. Weedman. Lubbock, TX: Texas Tech Press, 1985.
“A Review: Damn The Exorcist and to Hell with Rosemary’s Baby.” Fantasiae 2.8 (Aug. 1974): 7, 9-10.
“Review of The Businessman.” New York Times 26 Aug. 1984: 31.
“Review of House of Scorpio by Pat Wallace.” Fantasiae 4.5 (May 1976): 9.
“Review of The House of Zeor by Jacqueline Lichtenberg.” Fantasiae 2.10 (Oct. 1974): 6-7.
“Review of Ingmar Bergman’s The Magic Flute, Part I.” Fantasiae 4.1 (Jan. 1976): 6, 8.
“Review of Ingmar Bergman’s The Magic Flute, Part II.” Fantasiae 4.2 (Feb. 1976): 1, 3-4.
“Review of The Mysterious Mr. Quinn by Agatha Christie.” Fantasiae 5.1 (Jan. 1977): 3-4.
“Review of Red Shift by Alan Garner.” Fantasiae 4.8 (Aug. 1976): 5.
“Review of Restoree.” Delap’s Science Fiction and Fantasy Review Mar. 1978: 35.
“Review of The Spellstone by Linda Bushyager.” Fantasiae 8.7 (July 1980): 7.
“Review of The Star Rover by Jack London.” Fantasy and Science Fiction 26.1 (Jan. 1964): 43.
“The Roof of the World.” MEZRAB 5 (Summer 1951): 3-6.
“Science Fiction Related to Mainstream.” The Double-Bill Symposium. Ed. Bill Mallardi and Bill Bowers. Akron: DB Press, 1969. 34.
“She Knew Him Gravedigger, by Alas Poor Marion Zimmer Bradley.” Thrilling Wonder Stories 39.1 (Oct. 1951): 137-138.
“The Sincerest Form of Flattery.” Day*Star 10 (Feb. 1960): 1-3.
“Situation Normal – All Fouled UP!” Day*Star 12 (Aug. 1960): 8-10.
“Some Remarks on Marriage.” The Ladder 1.10 (July 1957): 14-16.
“Something Worst Than Fantasy: Rape in Science Fiction.” Thrust 13 (Fall 1979): 13-15, 45.
“So You Want To Be a Science Fiction Writer?” The Spang Blah 15 (Autumn 1977): 19.
“Speaking of Hacks.” Astra’s Tower 1.4 (May 1950): 2.
“Stepchildren of Time, Part I.” Fantasiae 3.5 (May 1975): 1, 4-5.
“Stepchildren of Time, Part II.” Fantasiae 3.6 (June 1975): 4-5, 11.
“…And Strange Sounding Names.” Amra 2.10 (April 1960): 10-15.
“This Is Thyrill Ladd.” MEZRAB 1 (Summer 1950): 11-12.
“Three Reviews: To Seek Where Shadows Are, by Miriam Benedict; Jane-Emily, by Patricia Clapp; and Carrie, by Stephen King.” Fantasiae 3.10 (Oct. 1975): 5-6.
“Three Sleepers: Reviews of The Perilous Gard by Elizabeth Marie Pope; The Vision of Stephen by Lolah Burford; and Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper.” Fantasiae 2.6 (June 1974): 10-11.
“Tips on Character and Dialogue.” The Double-Bill Symposium. Ed. Bill Mallardi and Bill Bowers. Akron: DB Press, 1969. 67.
“Translations from the Editorial.” The Alien Critic 2.3 (Aug. 1973): 53-56.
“Trialogue: Two Worlds of Fantasy.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.1 (Summer 1988): 45-48. With Walter Breen and Fritz Leiber.
“Two Worlds of Fantasy.” Allerlei 14 c/w Day*Star 25 Feb. 1965): 28-30.
“The Ultimate Fanzine.” The Gorgon 2.1 (Fall 1948): 28-30. Written as Astra Zimmer.
“Under the Ruddy Sun.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 70-71.
“Unwilling to School…” Allerlei 13 c/ Day*Star 24 (1964): 22-25. With Walter Breen; written as Marion Breen.
“Variant Women in Literature.” The Ladder 1.8 (May 1957): 8-10.
“Variations on an Old Theme.” Astra’s Tower 1.3 (July 1949): 5-6.
“The Voice of the Myth-Maker.” Anduril 3 (1973).
“What Has It Got In Its Pocketses?” Mythprint 11.5 (May 1975).
“What Makes a Fanzine Crud?” Vega 1.2 (ca1954): 10-13.
“What’s My Name in Darkovan?” Darkovan Language Review 1 (Spring 1978): 50-54.
“Why Do I Stay in Fandom?” Why Is a Fan. Eds. Earl and Nancy Kemp. Chicago: Earl and Nancy Kemp, 1961. 30-31.
“Why I Write Science Fiction.” The Double-Bill Symposium. Ed. Bill Mallardi and Bill Bowers. Akron: DB Press, 1969. 20.
“Why Prayer Is Not Answered.” Orion 18.147 (Jan.-Feb. 1974): 28-37.
“World Building in Horror, Occult, and Fantasy Writing.” Ed. J. N. Williamson. How to Write Tales of Horror, Fantasy, and Science Fiction. Cincinnati, OH: Writer’s Digest, 1987. 71-76.
“Worm’s Eye View of Some Editors.” Opus 1 (Jan. 1952): 16-19.
“The Worst Thing about Contemporary Science Fiction.” The Double-Bill Symposium. Ed. Bill Mallardi and Bill Bowers. Akron: DB Press, 1969. 105.
“A Young Person’s Guide to the Opera: 1st Aid for Aida.” Anything Box 2 (July 1959): 16-17.

Afterwards, Columns, Editorials, Letters, Introductions, etc.

“Afterward.” Children of the Atom. Wilmar H. Shiras. San Francisco: Pennyfarthing Press, 1979. 219-221.
“Announcement: Off with the Old and in with the New…” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 42 (Winter 1999):  1.
“[Answer to Chris Gilson: An Untitled Short Essay.]” Darkover Newsletter 5 (June 1977): 8-9.
“Appendix Letter.” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet 3 (Mar. 1959): 39-40.
“The Art of Speaking Forsoothly.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 17 (Fall 1992): 1.
“Articles I Never Finished Writing.” Day*Star 19 (1962): 5-7.
“Astra in Brief.” Thrilling Wonder Stories Aug. 1948: 134. Written as Marion Astra Zimmer.
“Astra Logically Speaking.” Astra’s Tower 1.2 (Dec. 1947): 1.
“Between Stencils.” Day*Star 7 (Aug. 1957): 2; Anything Box 1 (1958): 19.
“Breather [Editorial]” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet 3 (Mar. 1959): 14-16.
“Crying in the Sink.” Opus 3 (March 1952): 16-20; 4 (May 1952): 22-24; Science Fantasy Bulletin 1.9 (Oct. 1952): 14-17; 1.7 (Aug. 1952): 18-21; 1.11 (Dec. 1952): 34-38; 13 (Mar. 1953): 82-85. May have been continued in Opus sporadically through 1963.
“Discovery.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 16 (Spring/Summer 1992): 1.
“Editorial.” Allerlei c/w Day*Star (Nov. 1970): 2-9; Anything Box 1 (1958): 1; Astra’s Tower 1.1 (Summer 1947): 1-2; Special Leaflet 3 (Mar. 1959): i-ii; Checklist 1960: 2-5; Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.2 (Autumn 1988): 54; 1.3 (Winter 1989): 1; 1.4 (Spring 1989): 1; 2.1 (Summer 1989): 1; 2.2 (Autumn 1989): 1; 7 (Winter 1990): 1; 8 (Spring 1990): 1; 9 (Summer 1990) 1; 10 (Autumn 1990): 1; 12 (Spring 1991): 1; 13 (Summer 1991): 1; 14 (Fall 1991): 1; 19 (Fall 1993): 1; 20 (Summer 1993): 1; 21 (Fall 1993): 1; 22 (Winter 1994): 1; 24 (Summer 1994): 1; 38 (Winter 1998): 1; Tales of the Free Amazons. Berkeley, CA: Thendara House, 1980. 1, 14, 72.
“Editorially Speaking.” Legends of Hastur and Cassilda. Berkeley, CA: Thendara House, 1979. 21.
“Excellence or Elitism?” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 11 (Winter 1992): 1.
“Fans Are Friends Forever.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 31 (Spring 1996): 1.
“Fantasy vs. Disney.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 11 (Winter 1991): 1.
“Headnote to ‘Amazon Excerpt.’” Darkover Newsletter 9-10 (Jan. 1978): 7.
“Foreword.” The Darkover Concordance. Walter Breen. San Francisco: Pennyfarthing Press, 1979. iv.
“Foreword.” Harper’s Encyclopedia of Mystical and Paranormal Experience. Guiley, Rosemary. San Francisco, 1991. ix.
“Foreword.” In Search of the Woman Warrior: Four Mythical Archetypes for Modern Women. Richard J. Lane and Lay Wurts. Boston: Element, 1998.
“Foreword.” Spock: The Archetype Who Would Not Die. Walter Breen. Berkeley, CA: Thendara House, 1979. 2.
“How It Began.” Ugly Bird 1 (Summer 1956): 6-7.
“I’m Not in This Business for My Health, You Know.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 18 (Winter 1993): 1.
“Introduction: About Amazons.” Free Amazons of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1985.
“Introduction.” The Best of Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine, Volume I. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: Warner, 1994; The Best of Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine, Volume II. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley and Elisabeth Waters. New York: Warner, 1995; The Birthgrave. Tanith Lee. New York: DAW, 1975; Four Moons of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1988; Leroni of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1991. 9-11; My Favorite Fantasy Story. Ed. Martin H. Greenberg. New York: DAW, 2000; The Other Side of the Mirror. New York: DAW, 1987. 9-12; The Red Sun of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1987; Renuniciates of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1991; Snows of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1994; Spells of Wonder. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1989; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. II. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1985; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. IV. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1987; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. VI. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1990; Sword and Sorceress, Vol.VII. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1990; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. VIII. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1991; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. IX. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1992; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. X. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1993; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. XI. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1994; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. XII. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1995; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. XIII. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1996; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. XIV. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley and Rachel E. Holmen. New York: DAW, 1997; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. XV. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1998; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. XVI. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1999; Sword and Sorceress, Vol. XVII. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 2000.
“Introduction: And Contrariwise.” Domains of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1990.
“Introduction Letter.” Astra’s Tower Special Leaflet 1 (Aug. 1952): 1.
“Introduction or Something.” Sword and Sorceress, Vol. V. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1988.
“Introduction to ‘The Alton Gift’ by Elisabeth Waters.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 70-71.
“Introduction to ‘Ambassador to Corresanti’ by Linda Frankel.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 197.
“Introduction to ‘The Answer’ by Jacqueline Lichenberg and Jean Lorrah.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 97-98.
“Introduction to ‘Blood Will Tell’ by Marion Zimmer Bradley’.” The Keeper’s Price. New York: DAW, 1980. 180-181.
“Introduction to The Breaking of the Seals by Francis Ashton.” Ed. Hank Stine. Virginia Beach: Donning, 1982.
“Introduction to ‘Circle of Light’ by Kathleen S. Williams.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 74.
“Introduction to ‘The Fires of Her Vengeance’ by Susan M. Schwartz.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 58-59.
“Introduction to ‘The Forest’ by Cynthia McQuillin.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 32-33
“Introduction to ‘The Hawk-Master’s Son’ by Marion Zimmer Bradley.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 139.
“Introduction to ‘The Keeper’s Price’ by Marion Zimmer Bradley with Lisa Waters.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 125-126.
“Introduction to ‘The Rescue’ by Linda MacKendrick.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 110.
“Introduction to ‘A Simple Dream’ by Penny Ziegler.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 156.
“Introduction to ‘The Tale of Durraman’s Donkey’ by Eileen Ledbetter.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 47-48.
“Introduction to ‘There is Always an Alternative’ by Patricia Matthews.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 40-41.
“Introduction to ‘Una Paloma Blanca’ by Patricia Matthews.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 167.
“Introduction to ‘Vai Dom’ by Diana Paxson.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 17-18.
“Introduction to ‘A View from the Reconstruction: Or, Happy Times on Modern Darkover’ by Paula Crunk.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 203-204.
“Introduction.” Towers of Darkover. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1993.
“Introduction: A Word from the Creator of Darkover.” The Keeper’s Price. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1980. 7-15.
“Introduction: The Wild Panhandle.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Worlds. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley and Rachel E. Holman. Berkeley, CA: MZB Literary Works Trust, 1998.
“Issues and Reissues.” Friends of Darkover Newsletter 1 (Mar. 1976): 1.
“It’s Getting Dark on Darkover, or, The Bloody Son-of-a-Gun.” Allerlei 15 c/w Day*Star 26 (Feb. 1965): 8.
“Leaves from an Unkept Diary.” Allerlei c/w Day*Star Feb. 1962: 17.
“Letter.” Day*Star 8 (May 1959): 1.
“Letter [about Abortion in Darkover Landfall].” The Witch and the Chameleon 4 (Sept. 1975).
“Letter about The Alien Critic.” Science Fiction Review 13 (May 1975): 53.
“Letter [about Ending Her Vega Column ‘Cryin’ in the Sink’].” Vega 1.9 (ca1954): 20.
“Letter [about Fanzine Mailing].” Vega 1.8 (ca1954): 25.
“Letter about ‘Houston, Houston, Do You Read?’” Science Fiction Review 23 (Nov. 1977): 83.
“Letter [about Length of Her Books].” Science Fiction Review 7.2 (May 1978): 74.
“[Letter about The Keeper’s Price.]” Starstone 1 (Jan. 1978): 49.
“Letter [about Sword and Sorcery Writing].” Fantasiae 1.2 (May 1973): 9.
“A Letter from Marion Zimmer Bradley.” Darkover Newsletter 2 (Aug. 1976): 9-10; 6 (Aug. 1977): 10-11; 7 (Sept. 1977): 7-10; 8 (Nov. 1977): 11, 16; 12 (May 1978): 3-4; 13-14 (Aug.-Sept.-Oct. 1978): 45; 15-16 (Dec. 1978): 23-24; 19-29 (Oct. 1979): 5-7.
“Mariontalk.” Ugly Bird 1 (Summer 1956): 2-3; 2 (Summer 1959): 3-4.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley, Limited – We Really Are.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 23 (Spring 1994): 1.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 11 (Winter 1991): 55; 12 (Spring 1991): 28.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Convenient Earthquake.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 18 (Winter 1993): 28.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Dialogue.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 23 (Spring 1994): 32.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Do You Know the Way to Miskatonic?” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 21 (Fall 1993): 30-31.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: The Fine Art of Collecting Rejection Slips by No More Ms. Nice Guy.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 10 (Fall 1990): 47.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: God Hears Short Prayers Just As Well As Long Ones.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 9 (Summer 1990): 55.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Grabbing the Reader.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 22 (Winter 1994): 32.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Grammar Pet Peeves.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 41 (Fall 1998): 50+.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Happy Endings.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 19 (Spring 1993): 32.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: The Major Question.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 8 (Spring 1990): 53-54.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: More Rejection???” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 7 (Winter 1990): 57, 56.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: My Very Own Slush Pile.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 24 (Summer 1994): 38.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: The Nine Basic Science Fiction Plots, or… Maybe We’re Not All Quite As Original As We Think We Are But Who Cares?” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.2 (Autumn 1988): 49-50.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: The One Reason for Rejection.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 25 (Fall 1994): 50.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: The Perfect Cover Letter.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 14 (Fall 1991): 29-30.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Programming the Centipede.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.2 (Autumn 1988): 55-56.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Rejection, Continued…,” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 2.2 (Fall 1989): 56.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Rejection, Rejection… Acceptance!” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 2.1 (Summer 1989): 53-54.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Sex and Bad Language.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 43 (Spring 1999): 46.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: So How Do Your Discover If You Are a Writer?” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.1 (Summer 1988): 43-44.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Suspension of Disbelief.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 20 (Summer 1993): 34-35.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Tools of the Trade.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 17 (Fall 1992): 34.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Translations from the Editorial.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 42 (Winter 1999): 53+.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Twice the Work and Half the Money: On Collaboration.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 16 (Spring/Summer 1992): 24-25.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: A View from the Other Side of the Desk.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.4 (Spring 1989): 51-52.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: What I Reject and Why.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 15 (Winter 1992): 32-33.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: What Is a Short Story.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 30 (Winter 1996): 44.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: What’s Your Story About, Anyway?” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 38 (Winter 1998): 57.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: When I Ignore My Own Guidelines.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 13 (Summer 1991): 41.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: Why Did My Story Get Rejected?” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 34 (Winter 1997): 46+.
“Marion Zimmer Bradley Talks to Writers: The Writer’s Toolbox.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 26 (Winter 1995): 50.
“A New Magazine.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.1 (Summer 1988): 4.
“A Note from MZB.” Darkover Newsletter 5 (June 1977): 15.
“Nothing Like a Good Anti-Climax [Birth Announcement of Patrick Breen].” Allerlei 14 c/w Day*Star 25 (Feb. 1965): 23.
“The Nowhere Fanne.” Anything Box 1 (1958): 9.
“Null-F.” Yandro 4.11 (Nov. 1956): 12-15; 5.1 (Jan. 1957): 35-38; 5.6 (June 1957): 4-6; 6.7 (July 1958): 12-14; 7.3 (March 1959): 4-8; 7.7 (July 1959): 4-7; 7.10 (Oct. 1959): 14-16; 8.1 (Jan. 1960: 6-10; 8.8 (Aug. 1960): 6-9.
“The Official Chronology.” Friends of Darkover Newsletter 1 (Mar. 1976): 6.
“Operantics.” Anything Box 2 (July 1959): 9-15.
“Pass de Astronefs.” Day*Star 2 (May 1955): 3.
“The Problems of Living Backward.” Allerlei c/w Day*Star (Feb. 1974): 12-17.
“A Public Service Feature for Readers of Science Fantasy Bulletin.” Science Fantasy Novel 12 (Jan. 1953): insert.
“Stencil Grazings: Ars Poetica and Such…. Mostly,… And Such.” Astra’s Tower 1.5 (Dec. 1950): 2-3.
“A Subject I Wish Had Never Come Up.” Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine 1.2 (Fall 1998): 54+.
“Usual Disclaimer – With a Difference.” The Catch Trap. New York: Ballantine, 1979. vii-viii.
“What Every Young Fan Should Know: BNFs Are People Too.”  Vega 1.4 (1952): 14-16.
“What Every Young Fan Should Know: I’m Gonna Wash That Fan Right Outta My Hair.”  Vega 1.8 (ca1954): 13-15, 21.
“What Every Young Fan Should Know: Questions from the Readers.”  Vega 1.7 (ca1953): 22-24, 29.
“What Every Young Fan Should Know: So You Want to Start a Fanzine?.”  Vega 1.6 (1953).
“What Every Young Fan Should Know: Which Fan Club and Why.”  Vega 1.5 (1953): 13-14, 20. This may have been continued sporadically into 1963.
“A Word about The Shattered Chain.” Friends of Darkover Newsletter 1 (Mar. 1976): 1-2.
“A Word from the Creator of Darkover.” The Keeper’s Price. New York: DAW, 1980. 7-15.

Miscellaneous

“Breakfast Cookies Recipe.” Cooking Out of This World. Ed. Anne McCaffery. New York: Ballantine, 1973. 26-27.
Checklist 1960: A Complete, Cumulative, Checklist of Lesbian, Variant, and Homosexual Fiction, in English, or Available in English Translation, with Supplements of Related Material, for the Use of Collectors, Students, and Librarians. Marion Zimmer Bradley: Rochester, TX: 1960. With Barbara Grier (as Gene Damon).
A Feminist Creation Myth. MZB Literary Works Trust (in partnership with eReader.com), 1975.
A Gay Bibliography. New York: Arno Press, 1975.
Greek Love. New York: O. Layton Press: 1964. Written primarily by Bradley’s husband Walter Breen (as J. Z. Eglinton); though no official credit is given to Bradley, their son claims she co-authored it.
“Greyhaven: Writers at Work.” Greyhaven. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: DAW, 1983.
El Villano en su Rincon. By Lope de Vaga. Trans. Marion Zimmer Bradley. Privately printed, 1971.
Medical Story. 1975. Teleplay by Gavin Scott/Larry Brody(?), based on Bradley’s unpublished novel.
“The Rivendell Suite.” The Starlit Jewel: Songs from the Lord of the Rings. Oakland, CA: Flowinglass Music, 1996. First presented at Mythcon IV.
“Sincere Peaces.” Privately printed for Mrs. Violette Peaches Watkins. 1962.
“[Story Summaries.]” The Darkover Concordance. Walter Breen. Berkeley, CA: Pennyfarthing Press, 1979. 151-155.
Thoughts on Avalon. [Speech] 1986.

Unknown & Unpublished

“The Blue Strangers.” Teen Trends. Canada. Date unknown.
The Captain’s Man. ca1984. (Note: According to Elisabeth Waters, this only includes two scenes, intended to be a novel about about the Bounty mutiny. Bradley’s agent told her it didn’t have a market.)
The Cardboard Cake. Date unknown. Unpublished novel.
“Danger: Martian at Larger.” Sold to County Wide Publications, 1965.
“Free Amazons.” 1976.
Freemates. ca1978. May have become part of Oath of the Renunciates, though it’s also possible that it was intened to be a novel about Madga Lorna and Camilla.
INSOLENCE. Date unknown. This was the working title for a novel about Lew Alton that later became Heritage of Hastur.
King and the Sword. ca1945.
Rosie X. Date unknown. Unpublished novel.
Thunderlord. In progress at Bradley’s death.
Window on the Night. ca1956. (According to Elisabeth Waters, this was “a novel that was never published because it was based on the premise that women were more resistant to heat death than men and could be astronauts while men could not. She finished it just before the Russians put a dog into orbit and proved that heat death as described in the book did not exist. This happened in November 1957 and, unfortunately, made the novel unpublishable. Other than that, it was a good book.)
An Anthology of Pre-Raphaelite Fantasy. With Robert E. Briney.

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