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PUBLISHED, IN PRESS OR IN PREPARATION, AUGUST 2016

 

8 books published, 1 in press, 3 pending, contributed to 33 more,

 

38 short stories, 1233 articles to date, published, in press or preparation

 

 

Key:

 

* Non-fiction: see ‘Papers & Major Articles’ below.

 

** Fiction: see ‘Short Stories’ below.

 

*** Music: see below.

 

**** Critical: see below.

 

 

Books and book-length work:

 

1. “Man & the Stars”, Souvenir Press 1974, Book Club Associates 1974; paperback Corgi 1978; US hardcover “Interstellar Contact”, Henry Regnery Co., 1975; US paperback “The Mysterious Signals from Outer Space”, Bantam 1977; French paperback “À L'Écoute des Galaxies”, Robert Laffont, 1976; French hardback Robert Laffont, 1976; Spanish “A la Escucha de las Estrellas”, 1977; Greek 1979; serialised in Holland and Japan. *

 

2. “New Worlds for Old”, David & Charles, 1979; US edition William Morrow Inc., 1979.

 

3. “Man & the Planets”, Ashgrove Press, 1983, hardcover and paperback, imported to USA by Salem House; illus. Ed Buckley and Gavin Roberts. Second edition in preparation.*

 

4. (Editor) “Starfield: science fiction by Scottish writers”, Orkney Press, 1989; illus. Sydney Jordan and Alasdair Gray; trans. Fenix magazine, Poland.**

 

5. Photo-archive (16,000 images), Glasgow 1990 Press Centre, European City of Culture, 1991.*

 

6. 800-page correspondence course in GCSE English Literature, International Correspondence Schools, 1998; specialist topics including Lord of the Flies, Pride and Prejudice, Macbeth, She Stoops to Conquer, war poems and love poems.*

 

7. “With Time Comes Concord and other stories”, Brain in a Jar, March 2012.**

 

8. “Children from the Sky, a speculative interpretation of a mediaeval mystery”, Mutus Liber, May 2012; illus. Sydney Jordan.*

 

9. “The Stones and the Stars: Building Scotland’s Newest Megalith”, Springer, November 2012.*

 

10. “Incoming Asteroid! What could we do about it?”, Springer, November 2013.*

 

11. “The Elements of Time”, Shoreline of Infinity, September 7th 2016; illus. Sydney Jordan.**

 

12. “Waverider, A Spacecraft in Waiting”, in preparation.*

 

13. “Search among the Stars”, in preparation.

 

 

Contributor to:

 

1. “Beyond This Horizon”, Chris Carrel, ed., Ceolfrith Arts Centre, 1973. *

 

2. “Destiny: Mars!” M.W. Saunders, Downs Books, 1975. *

 

3. “Science Fiction Story Reader 8”, Herbert Francke, ed., Heyne Verlag, 1978. **

 

4. “Extraterrestrial Encounter”, Chris Boyce, David & Charles Ltd., 1979; Chertwell Books, USA, 1979; UK paperback, New English Library, 1981. *

 

5. “The High Frontier”, Bob Low. ed., Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, 1979. *

 

6. “The Science Fictional Solar System”, Asimov, Greenberg & Waugh, eds.; Harper & Row, 1979; reprinted in UK hardback and paperback, also SF Book Club edition. **

 

7. “Neue Beweise”, W.A. Fuchs, ed., Moewig Verlag, 1979; reprinted in Spanish. *

 

8. “Twentieth Century Science Fiction Writers”, 1st edition, St. James Press, 1985 (one essay); 3rd edition, ed. Noelle Watson, Paul E. Schellinger, 1991 (three essays). ****

 

9. “Aus den Tiefen des Alls”, P. Fiebag, ed., Hohenrain, 1985. *

 

10. “Comets”, Asimov, Greenberg & Waugh, eds., Signet, 1986. **

 

11. “There Will Be War, Vol. 5: Warrior”, J.E. Pournelle & John F. Carr, eds., Tor Books, 1986. **

 

12. “The Old Grey Wassail Test”, Gytha North, ed., Beccon Publications, 1987. ***

 

13. “Jeff Hawke Vol. 19, H8061-8504”, Milano Libri Editione, Italy, 1987. **

 

14. “The Drabble Project”, Rob Meades & David P. Wake, eds., Beccon Publications, 1988. **

 

15. "New Writhings in SF", Glasgow SF Writers Circle, 1988. ****

 

16. “Starfield”, Duncan Lunan, ed., Orkney Press, 1989; trans. Fenix, Poland. **

 

17. “Jeff Hawke Vol. 20, H505-8865”, Milano Libri Editione, Italy, 1990. **

 

18. “Fantazia”, Samo Resnik, ed., Casopis za kritiko znanosti, Llubjana, Jugoslavia, 1990. *

 

19. “Fantazia 2”, Samo Resnik, ed., in preparation.*

 

20. William Rudling, ed., “The Martian Quartet”, Jeff Hawke Club, 2004. ****

 

21. William Rudling, ed., “The Lunar 10”, Jeff Hawke Club, 2007. ****

 

22. William Rudling, ed., “The Martian Quartet”, revised second edition, Jeff Hawke Club, 2009. ****

 

24. Ian Sales, ed., “Rocket Science”, May 2012. *

 

25. Laura Smith, ed., “To Arrive at Where We Started”, Centre for Contemporary Arts, August 2012. **

 

26. Linda Lunan, ed., “Children from the Sky Annual No. 1”, Astronomers of the Future, November 2012. *

 

27. “Science Fiction and Reality”, The World and I Online, April 2013. *

 

28. Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane H8866, H9454”, collector’s edition Vol. 1, Rosellini's Foundation of Popular Literature, Senigallia (AN), Italy, May 2014. *, **, ****

 

29. Linda Lunan, ed., “Children from the Sky Annual No. 1A”, Children from the Sky, July 2014. *

 

30. Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane/2”, Rosellini's Foundation of Popular Literature, Senigallia (AN), Italy, November 2014. *, **, ****

 

31. William Rudling, ed., “Earthspace”, Jeff Hawke Club, June 2016. *, ****

 

32. Neil Williamson et al, eds., “Thirty Years of Rain”, Glasgow Science Fiction Writers' Circle 30th anniversary anthology, 2016. *, **

 

33. William Rudling, ed., “Jeff Hawke Jnr.”, in preparation. ****

 

 

PUBLISHED WORK - PAPERS AND ARTICLES

(1233 published, in press or in preparation, to August 2016).

 

 

1. ‘Memoranda’, Marr College Magazine, 1958.

 

2. ‘More Memoranda’, illustrated by Duncan Lunan, Marr College Magazine, 1959.

 

3. ‘…And a Smile’, Marr College Magazine, 1961.

 

4. ‘After You with the Garlic Flowers’, Marr College Magazine, 1962.

 

5. Editorial, ‘That Was the Year That Was’, Marr College Magazine, 1963.

 

6. ‘Near Misses’, Marr College Magazine, 1963.

 

7. ‘Howlers’, Marr College Magazine, 1963.

 

8. ‘“Folk Song Today”, and Other Headings’, Glasgow University Magazine, 1965.

 

9. Sydney Jordan Moon Landing Prediction, Daily Express, July 1969.

 

10. Exhibition Catalogue, “ASTRA’s ‘Space Flight’ Exhibition”, Spacereport, November 1970.

 

11. ‘Kept on Ice’: reviews, “The Ice People” by René Barjavel, “Creatures of Light and Darkness” by Roger Zelazny, “The Compleat Werewolf” by Anthony Boucher, The Glasgow Herald, March 6th 1971.

 

12. ‘For New Members: An Introduction to ASTRA’, Spacereport, November 1971 No. 1.

 

13. Exhibition Catalogue, ‘International Space Exhibition’, Spacereport, November 1971 No. 2.

 

14. ‘Has Probe from Outer Space Been Trying to Communicate with Us?’ Glasgow Herald, February 17th, 1973.

 

15. ‘Space Probe from Epsilon Boötis’, Spaceflight, April 1973, illus. Ed Buckley and Gavin Roberts; reprinted International Spacereport, ed. Oscar Schwiglhofer, January 1974; Pursuit, 1975.

 

16. ‘Ringing the Changes’: reviews of “Fourth Mansions” by R.A. Lafferty, “The Time Masters” by Wilson Tucker, “The Fifth Head of Cerberus” by Gene Wolfe, “Clone” by Richard Cowper, “The Ruins of Earth”, ed., Thomas M. Disch, Glasgow Herald, Aug. 18th 1973.

 

17. ‘Well-worn Wonders’: reviews of “Rendezvous with Rama” by Arthur C. Clarke, “To Your Scattered Bodies Go” by Philip José Farmer, “Time Out of Mind” by Richard Cowper, Glasgow Herald, September 15th 1973.

 

18. ‘Space Probe from Epsilon Boötis’, in “Beyond This Horizon” (see Books); illus. Ed Buckley and Gavin Roberts.

 

19. ‘Space Probe from Epsilon Boötis?’ Analog, January 1974; illus. Ed Buckley and Gavin Roberts.

 

20. ‘Monsters of SF’: reviews of “Billion Years Spree” and “Frankenstein Unbound” by Brian Aldiss, Glasgow Herald, January 12th, 1974.

 

21. ‘Backing for the Space Probe Theory?’ Glasgow Herald, February 2nd, 1974.

 

22. ‘Doom and Disaster’: reviews of “The Twilight of Briareus” by Richard Cowper, “The Chalk Giants” by Keith Roberts, “Walk to the End of the World” by Suzy McKee Charnas, “The Godwhale” by T.J. Bass, Glasgow Herald, April 27th, 1974.

 

23. ‘Catastrophic, Not Serious’: reviews of “The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Vol. 3”, ed. Ben Bova, “Night Monsters” by Fritz Leiber, “The Best of Stanley G. Weinbaum”, “The Eighty-Minute Hour” by Brian Aldiss, “The Land Leviathan” by Michael Moorcock, Glasgow Herald, August 17th 1974.

 

24. ‘Pyramids and Mars’, in “Destiny: Mars!” (see Books); reprinted in Pursuit, 1975.

 

25. ‘Astounding Prospects?’: reviews of “Faces of the Future”, ed. Brian Ash, “Astounding” ed Harry Harrison, “Star Smashers of the Galaxy Rangers” by Harry Harrison, “Whispers from Space” by John W. Macvey, Glasgow Herald, July 17th 1975.

 

26. ‘Multiplicity of Worlds’: reviews of “The Mote in God’s Eye”, by Larry Niven & Jerry Pournelle, “Worlds Beyond” by Ian Ridpath, “Catchworld” by Chris Boyce, “Shipwreck” by Charles Logan, Glasgow Herald, Dec. 18th 1975.

 

27. ‘Speculating about Interstellar Travel’, Glasgow Herald, April 6th, 1976.

 

28. ‘Profile – Brian Aldiss’, Glasgow Herald, April 1976.

 

29. ‘Apollo through Binoculars’, Glasgow Herald, June 12th, 1976; reprinted ASTRA Spacereport, March 2003.

 

30. ‘Long-Delayed Echoes and the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis’, Journal of the Society of Electronic and Radio Technicians, September 1976.

 

31. ‘Wider and Longer’: reviews of “Children of Dune” by Frank Herbert, “Floating Worlds” by Cecilia Holland, “Analog 8” ed. John W. Campbell Jr., “Nebula Award Stories 10” ed. James Gunn, “The Feast of St. Dionysius” by Robert Silverberg, “The Grain Kings” by Keith Roberts, Glasgow Herald, Dec. 9th 1976.

 

32. ‘Introduction to ASTRA’, ASTRA, 1977/78, illus. Gavin Roberts; Spectrum, March 1977.

 

33. ‘Space Notes’, Spectrum, June 1977.

 

34. ‘Space Notes’, Spectrum, July 1977.

 

35. ‘Space Notes’, Space Outlook, August 1977.

 

36. ‘Shelfspace: review, “The Iron Sun”, by Adrian Berry’, Space Outlook, August 1977.

 

37. ‘A Dust Cloud Orbiting the Sun?’, Griffith Observer, August 1977; reprinted Asgard, October 1977, ISTRA Journal, Summer 1982; illus. Gavin Roberts.

 

38. ‘Shelfspace: review, “The High Frontier”, by Gerard K. O’Neill, Space Outlook, September 1977.

 

39. ‘The Case for the European Space Association’, New Europe, Winter 1977/78.

 

40. ‘The Rôle of Nonweiler Waverider Spacecraft in Exploring and Developing the Solar System’, L5 Society (Western Europe) Conference, 1977; reprinted (Part 1 only) Asgard, 1978; (in full) Spacereport, 1981; (abridged) Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, January 1982; (in full, updated), ISTRA Journal, Spring 1982.

 

41. ‘ASTRA in 1977, Companies Office report’, 1978.

 

42. ‘Beyond “Star Wars”’: reviews, “Star Wars” by George Lucas, “The Survival Game” by Colin Kapp, “Michaelmas” by Algis Budrys, “Alien Embassy” by Ian Watson, “Writers of the 21st Century, Vol. 1, Arthur C. Clarke”, “…Vol. 2, Isaac Asimov”, ed. Joseph D. Olander & Martin Harry Greenberg, Glasgow Herald, March 30th 1978.

 

43. ‘Starry-Eyed SF’, reviews of “If the Stars Are Gods” by Gregory Benford and Gordon Eklund, “In the Ocean of Night” by Gregory Benford, “The Ophiuci Hotline” by John Varley, “The Far Call” by Gordon R. Dickson, “The Road to Corlay” by Richard Cowper, “Vertigo” by Bob Shaw, “The Dosadi Experiment” by Frank Herbert, “Dying of the Light” by George R.R. Martin, Glasgow Herald, December 28th, 1978.

 

44. ‘Past Contact and the Moving Caravan’, (guest chapter) in “Extraterrestrial Encounter”, 1979 (see Books).

 

45. ‘Space Notes’, Second Look, March 1979.

 

46. ‘ASTRA in 1978, Companies Office report’.

 

47/48. ‘Are Humans a Protected Species?’, Second Look, June 1979. Translated as ‘Is Man a Protected Species?’ in “Neue Beweise”, 1979 (see Books); reprinted Mundo Desconocido, Spain, 1980, and in “Aus den Tiefen des Alls”, 1985 (see Books).

 

49. ‘Better if Savoured One Story at a Time’: reviews of “The Very Slow Time Machine” by Ian Watson, “The Stars in Shroud” by Gregory Benford, “Catface” by Clifford D. Simak, “The Great Dune Trilogy” by Frank Herbert, Glasgow Herald, July 19th 1979.

 

50. ‘SETI’, Astronomy Quarterly, (Scotland), Autumn 1979.

 

51. ‘The Politics of Near Space’ in “The High Frontier”, Oct. 1979 (see Books).

 

52. Captions, ‘The High Frontier – a Decade of Space Research’ exhibition, Third Eye Centre, Oct. 1979; reprinted in Spacereport, May 1982.

 

53. ‘Suspension of Disbelief’: reviews of “Kinsman” by Ben Bova, “The Ion War” by Colin Kapp, “Dragondrums” by Anne McCaffrey, “The Fellowship of the Talisman” by Clifford D. Simak, “Does Anyone Else Have Something to Add?” by R.A. Laffery, Glasgow Herald, March 1st 1980.

 

54. ‘Past Visions of the Shape of Things to Come’, I.F. Clarke Strathclyde University exhibition ‘The Discovery of the Future’ review, Glasgow Herald, March 22nd 1980.

 

55. ‘ASTRA in 1979, Companies Office report’, 1980.

 

56. ‘Author Who Keeps His Fingers Crossed It Never Happens’, (profile – Chris Boyce), Glasgow Herald, June 7th, 1980.

 

57. ‘Long-Awaited “Chaos” Is Here’: reviews, “The Courts of Chaos” by Roger Zelazny, “The Priests of Psi” by Frank Herbert, “Fireflood and Other Stories” by Vonda McIntyre, “The Outer Reaches” by Michael Vyse, “The Web of the Magi” by Richard Cowper, Glasgow Herald, June 7th 1980.

 

58. ‘Ringworld Heading for Collision with the Sun’: reviews of “Ringworld Engineers” by Larry Niven, “The Crystal Ship” ed. Robert Silverberg, “Transfigurations” by Michael Bishop, “The Snail on the Slope” by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky, “Engine Summer” by John Crowley, Glasgow Herald, Aug. 9th 1980.

 

59. ‘Forbidden Experiments’: reviews of “Sight of Proteus” by Charles Sheffield, “The Snow Queen” by Joan D. Vinge, “The Planet Masters” by Allen Wold, “The Sheeg”, “Saffron” and “The Iron Clog” by Judith Buffery, “False Dawn” by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, “Aries 1” ed. John Grant, “Andromeda” ed. Peter Watson, Glasgow Herald, Sept. 6th 1980.

 

60. Obituary, Melville and June Adam, Spacereport, September 1980.

 

61. ‘Shuttle Update’, Spacereport, September 1980.

 

62. ‘Conflict at Jutland Is Brought Vividly to Life’ (review, Anthony Pollen, “The Great Gunnery Scandal – the Mystery of Jutland”), Glasgow Herald, Sept. 15th 1980.

 

63. ‘Under a Bright and Ancient Sky’, (review, E.C. Krupp, “In Search of Ancient Astronomies”), Glasgow Herald, January 5, 1981.

 

64. ‘A Musical Twist to the Supernatural’: reviews of “Golem 100” by Alfred Bester, “Wild Seed” by Octavia Butler, “The Science Fictional Solar System” ed. Martin Harry Greenberg & Isaac Asimov, “Timescape” by Gregory Benford, Glasgow Herald, Feb. 7th 1981.

 

65. ‘Visitors from Outer Space’: reviews of “The Outcasts of Heaven Belt” by Joan D. Vinge, “DiFate’s Catalog of Science Fiction Hardware” by Vincent DiFate, “A World of Difference” by Edmund Cooper, “The World of the Sower” by Iain Douglas, “The Alien Way” by Gordon R. Dickson, Glasgow Herald, March 7th 1981.

 

66. ‘Disturbing Futures Facing Earth’: reviews of “Songs from the Stars” by Norman Spinrad, “A Dream of Kinship” by Richard Cowper, “The Shadow of the Torturer” by Gene Wolfe, “A Swiftly Tilting Planet” by Madelaine L’Engle, “Fundamental Disch” by Thomas M. Disch, “The Dreamers” by James Gunn, “Fire in the Sky” by Chris L. Wolf & Michael F. Maikowski, Glasgow Herald, June 2nd 1981.

 

67. Editorial, Spacereport, July 1981.

 

68. ‘Scottish Astronomers Group Annual Meeting’, Spacereport, July 1981.

 

69. ‘Looking into the Far Future’: reviews of “Dark Is the Sun” by Philip José Farmer, “Under Heaven’s Bridge” by Ian Watson & Michael Bishop, “The Sorcerer of Marakaan” by Ronald A. McQueen, “Fourth Gear” by Walter J. Smith, “The Dark Triangle” by Hugh Walters, “Alien Worlds” ed. Douglas Hill, Glasgow Herald, July 7th 1981.

 

70. ‘ASTRA in 1980, Companies Office report’, 1981.

 

71. ‘Weary Saga of Meddling Aliens’: reviews of “The Sirian Experiments” by Doris Lessing, “If It’s Blue It’s Plague” by L.P. Reeves, “Gemini God” by Gary Kilworth, “Where Time Winds Blow” by Robert Holdstock, “Hello America” by J.G. Ballard, Glasgow Herald, Aug. 4th 1981.

 

72. Editorial, Spacereport, September 1981.

 

73. Editorial, Spacereport, January 1982.

 

74. ‘Keep Watching the Skies!’, commissioned and accepted by David Langford for Extro no.4, 1982 (not printed because magazine ceased publication!)

 

75. Editorial, Spacereport, May 1982.

 

76. ‘ASTRA in 1981, Companies Office report’, 1982.

 

77. ‘Another Time and Place but the Same Déjà Vu’: reviews of “The Eye of the Queen” by Phillip Mann, “No Enemy but Time” by Michael Bishop, “Sunstroke and Other Stories” by Ian Watson, “Beyond the Galactic Rim” by A. Bertram Chandler, “Satyrday” by Steven Bauer, Glasgow Herald, Sept. 11th 1982.

 

78. ‘The Answer Lies in the Spirit’: reviews of “The Eye of the Heron” by Ursula K. LeGuin, “A Tapestry of Time” by Richard Cowper, “Myths of the Near Future” by J.G. Ballard, “Get Off the Unicorn” by Anne McCaffrey, Glasgow Herald, Nov. 27th 1982.

 

79. ‘World Ship the Size of a Planet’: reviews of “Isaac Asimov’s Worlds of Science Fiction”, edited by Gardner Dozois, “Majipoor Chronicles” by Robert Silverberg, “The Twofold Vibration” by Raymond Federer, “Red Moon and Black Mountain” by Joy Chant, “The Fishers of Darksea” by Roger Eldridge, Glasgow Herald, March 12th 1983.

 

80. ‘Nuclear Waste Disposal in Space’, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, April 1983; reprinted Infinity, Vol. 2 nos. & 4, 1984; illus. Ed Buckley.

 

81. ‘ASTRA in 1982, Companies Office report’, 1983.

 

82. ‘Flying Visit from a Space Traveller’, (originally ‘The Cometary Flyby’), Glasgow Herald, 17th May 1983.

 

83. Review, “The Science in Science Fiction”, edited by Peter Nicholls, Glasgow Herald, 1983.

 

84. ‘Project Starseed: an Integrated Programme for Nuclear Waste Disposal and Space Solar Energy’, JBIS September 1983; reprinted Infinity, Vol. 3 Nos. 1-4, 1985; illus. Ed Buckley.

 

85. ‘Appreciation of Chris Boyce’, Invention Programme Book, September 1983.

 

86. ‘Chris Boyce Bibliography’, Invention Programme Book, September 1983.

 

87. ‘Spacelab’, Invention Programme Book, September 1983.

 

88. ‘Halley’s Comet’, Spectrum, Jordanhill College, June 1984.

 

89. Review, ‘Julius Caesar’, Spectrum, Jordanhill College, June 1984.

 

90. ‘ASTRA in 1983, Companies Office report’, 1984.

 

91. Review, ‘High Level Ranters’, The Glasgow Herald, June 4th, 1984.

 

92. Review, ‘Radio Clyde Folk Concert’, The Glasgow Herald, June 1984, The Broadsheet, 1984.

 

93. ‘Shuttle – Eyewitness Accounts’, Free Space News, November 1984.

 

94. ‘Solar Mesosphere Explorer’, Free Space News, January-February 1985.

 

95. ‘Project Starseed, or, Nuclear Waste Saves the World’, Analog, February 1985; illus. Ed Buckley.

 

96. ‘Waveriders’, Space World, May 1985, simultaneously in Space Voyager; illus. Ed Buckley and Gavin Roberts.

 

97. ‘ASTRA in 1984, Companies Office report’, 1985.

 

98. ‘Challenger and Discovery’, Interstel, 1985; reprinted Spacereport, March 2003.

 

99. ‘Pure Fantasy?’: reviews, “The Continent of Lies” by James Morrow, “The Book of Being” by Ian Watson, “L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future”, Glasgow Herald, 22nd June 1985.

 

100. ‘20 Years of SF Conventions’, Albacon 85 Programme Book, July 1985.

 

101. ‘Anne McCaffrey, an Appreciation’, Albacon 85 Programme Book, July 1985.

 

102. ‘Spaceflight Programme’, Albacon 85 Programme Notes, July 1985.

 

103. ‘Astronomy in California’, Astronomical Society of Edinburgh Journal 12, July 1985.

 

104. ‘Radioactive Religion’: review of “Kiteworld” by Keith Roberts, Glasgow Herald, July 27th 1985.

 

105. ‘Industrial Action’, Space Voyager, September 1985; illus. Tom Campbell, reprinted as ‘Space Manufacturing and Space Development’, Free Space News and Infinity (1986).

 

106. ‘Satire in Outer Space’: reviews of “The Merchants’ War” by Frederik Pohl, “The Power of Time” by Josephine Saxton, Glasgow Herald, Sept. 21st 1985.

 

107. ‘Argo Venture’, Free Space News, September & October 1985, reprinted Infinity Vol. 4 No.3.

 

108. ‘Project Starseed’, Space Voyager, November 1985 (not printed because magazine ceased publication!); illus. Tom Campbell.

 

109. ‘Charles Chilton’, essay in “Twentieth Century Science Fiction Writers”, St. James Press, Chicago, 1985.

 

110. ‘Challenger Gone’, Free Space News, February 1986 (as ‘Condolences America’); reprinted Spacereport, April 1987, Spacereport, March 2003.

 

111. ‘The Wonderful Mirror’, Free Space News, February 1986, reprinted Infinity Vol. 4 No.3..

 

112. ‘1986 in Space’, Free Space News, February 1986.

 

113. ‘The Volcanoes of Io’, Interstel, 1986.

 

114. ‘Joe Haldeman, an Appreciation’, Albacon III programme book, March 1986.

 

115. ‘Science Fiction Fans Meet in Glasgow’, (originally ‘Albacon III/Short Story Competition’), Glasgow Herald, March 29, 1986.

 

116. (with Bill Ramsay) ‘Astronomy, Spaceflight and Education’, Space Education, May 1986; illus. Gavin Roberts.

 

117. ‘Fermi Paradox - the Final Solution?’, Analog, May 1986; illus. Gavin Roberts.

 

118. ‘ASTRA in 1985, Companies Office report’, 1986.

 

119. ‘Solar Events at Sighthill’, Griffith Observer, June 1986; illus. Gavin Roberts, Richard Robertson, et al.

 

120. ‘Yamamoto and Naval Strategy’, research report for A. Graeme Adam, summer 1986.

 

121. ‘Harry Harrison, an appreciation’, Xiicon Programme Book, September 1986.

 

122. ‘Archaeoastronomy from the Air’, Griffith Observer, November 1986; illus. Chris Stanley.

 

123. ‘Shadows on the Milky Way’, (Honourable Mention, 1985 Griffith/Hughes Aircraft Essay Competition), Griffith Observer, December 1986; illus. Richard Robertson.

 

124. ‘A View from Here’, ASTRA Spacereport, January 1987.

 

125. ‘The Neptune Options’, Spacereport, January 1987.

 

126. ‘Soviet Space Stations’, Infinity Vol. 5 No.1, 1987.

 

127. ‘Space Development Conference Report’, Infinity Vol. 5 No.1, 1987.

 

128. ‘Notes towards a Politics of Survival’, Science & Public Policy, February 1987; translated in Katedra, Jugoslavia, January 1987; reprinted in “Fantazia”, Jugoslavia 1990 (see Books).

 

129. ‘Project Starseed’, revised version, Settlers Sentinel, 1987; illus. Ed Buckley and Gavin Roberts.

 

130. ‘The Ceilidh’, Albacon 87 Progress Report 2, 1987.

 

131. ‘An Introduction to Chris Boyce’, Albacon 87 Progress Report 2, 1987.

 

132. ‘ASTRA in 1986, Companies Office report’, 1987.

 

133. Obituary, Alex English, Spacereport, April 1987.

 

134. ‘History of ASTRA’, Spacereport, April 1987.

 

135. Obituary, ‘Victor Hirt’, Spacereport, June 1987.

 

136. ‘Proceedings of ASTRA Space Advocacy Meeting, Central Hotel, Glasgow, 16.5.87’, Spacereport, June 1987.

 

137. ‘Short Story Competition’, and ‘Introduction’ to SF story, Albacon 87 Programme Book, June 1987.

 

138. ‘Introduction’, “Slightly Worrying Visions”, Glasgow SF Writers’ Circle, 1987.

 

139. ‘More Than Spaceships, Ray Guns, and Aliens’, (introducing Herald competition winner), Glasgow Herald, June 20, 1987.

 

140. ‘Plus Ça Change’, Spacereport, October 1987.

 

141. ‘The Politics of Near Space’, The World & I, October 1987; also sold in Germany; reprinted in “Science Fiction and Reality”, April 2013 (see Books).

 

142. ‘A Stone Circle for Glasgow’, Tournaments Illuminated, Winter 1987; illus. Richard Robertson.

 

143. ‘The Fermi Paradox’, Speculations in Science & Technology, January 1988, illus. Ed Buckley and Gavin Roberts; updated and reprinted Asgard, November 2002, illus. Gavin Roberts; www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

144. ‘The IAF Congress and Beyond’, ASTRA Spacereport, January 1988.

 

145. ‘Of “Practical Geometry” [by David Gregory, 1745] – and Other Practicalities’, Spacereport, January 1988.

 

146. ‘Fantastic Challenge’ (1988 short story competition), Glasgow Herald, February 1988.

 

147. Review, “The Soviet Cosmonaut Team”, by Gordon R. Hooper, ASTRA Spacereport, April 1988.

 

148. ‘Space at the Worldcon’, ASTRA Spacereport, April 1988; reprinted Rocket Review, December 1989.

 

149. ‘ASTRA in 1987, Companies Office report’, 1988.

 

150. ‘Glasgow Herald/Albacon Short Story Competition’, Glasgow Herald, July 30, 1988.

 

151. Introduction, “New Writhings in SF”, Glasgow SF Writers Circle, 1988.

 

152. ‘Journey to the Sun’, ASTRA Spacereport, July 1988; illus. John Bonsor.

 

153. ‘The Soviet Space Shuttle’, ASTRA Spacereport, September 1988.

 

154. ‘The Oldest Stones’, ASTRA Spacereport, September 1988.

 

155. ‘Nuclear Waste: Slingshot into Space’, World Magazine, October 1988 (abridged), illus. Tom Campbell, Sydney Jordan and Thayen Rich; longer version

‘Nuclear Waste - into Space?’, The Journal of Practical Applications in Space, Spring 1990, illus. Sydney Jordan and Thayen Rich.

 

156/157. ‘The House of the Future’, ‘Why Travel When...?’, 15,000 word articles commissioned by British Telecom for internal circulation, December 1988.

 

158. ‘Fighting for the High Ground’, Defence & Foreign Affairs, March 1989.

 

159. Obituary, Bob Brown, The Night Sky, March 1989.

 

160. ‘SF Could Win Computer’, Glasgow Herald, March 4, 1989.

 

161. ‘Invitation to a New World’, Glasgow Herald, April 1, 1989.

 

162. Obituary, LAEM David Proffitt, RN, ASTRA, April 1989.

 

163. Obituary, Steven Prosterman, ASTRA, April 1989.

 

164. Obituary, Prof. Hermann Oberth (d. Dec. 1979), ASTRA, 1989.

 

165. ‘ASTRA in 1988, Companies Office report’, 1989.

 

166. ‘Still Moonstruck 20 Years after Apollo’, Glasgow Herald, July 22, 1989.

 

167. ‘The ASTRA Chronology’, Spacereport, July 1989.

 

168. ‘Woman Winner Again for Science Fiction Competition’, Glasgow Herald, September 23, 1989.

 

169. ‘The Neptune Encounter’, Spacereport, November 1989; reprinted Dream Magazine, Spring 1990.

 

170. ‘Paisley Rocket Weekend 1987’, Rocket Review, December 1989.

 

171. Review of David Proffitt Memorial Concert, Portsmouth, November 1989, for The Scottish Folk Diary, January 1990.

 

172. ‘Earth Mission 2000’, Asgard, April 1990; reprinted Space Policy, May 1990; shorter versions, ‘Space Pitch’, The Glasgow Herald, December 1989, Ad Astra, March 1990, Dream Magazine, Summer 1990.

 

173. ‘Urban Spacemen’ Exhibition Catalogue, 90’s Gallery, April 1990; reprinted ASTRA Spacereport, June & September 1990.

 

174. ‘“Urban Spacemen” Exhibition’, ASTRA Spacereport, June & September 1990.

 

175. ‘Gagarin “First Man in Space” Anniversary Dinner’ and report on James Randolph lecture, ASTRA Spacereport, June 1990.

 

176. ‘Great Science Fiction Disasters’, Nuclear Free Scotland, Spring 1990; illus. Sydney Jordan.

 

177. ‘ASTRA in 1989, Companies Office report’, 1990.

 

178. ‘Towards a Politics of Survival’, revised version broadcast ‘Opinion’, Channel 4, June 1990.

 

179. ‘Enter the Realms of Fantasy’, Glasgow Herald, July 21, 1990.

 

180. Obituary, John W. Macvey, ASTRA, summer 1989.

 

181. ‘Shuttle’s Successor’, (originally ‘Waverider), The Glasgow Herald, October 1990.

 

182. Foreword to Gordon Dick, Duncan Lunan, ‘Amateurs’ View of Waverider Applications’, 1st International Hypersonic Waverider Symposium, University of Maryland, October 1990, reprinted American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics.

 

183. ‘Waverider’, Space Policy, November 1990.

 

184. ‘Use Gliders for Planetary Exploration’, (originally ‘The Waverider Rebirth’), Space News, November 1990.

 

185. ‘Fiction that Is Stranger than Fact’, Glasgow Herald, December 15, 1990.

 

186. ‘Waverider and ASTRA, a History’, Asgard, Christmas 1990; revised version, Asgard, May 1997.

 

187. ‘Waverider’, (originally ‘Waveriders’), Spacefaring Gazette, December 1990.

 

188. ‘Waverider Symposium’, (originally ‘The Waverider Conference’), Spacefaring Gazette, February 1991.

 

189. ‘ASTRA in 1990, Companies Office report’, 1991.

 

190. ‘Waverider’, Ventura County NSS Newsletter, December/January 1991.

 

191. ‘Waveriders’, (originally ‘The Rebirth of Waverider’), Avenue, Glasgow University, January 1991; illus. Brian Fair.

 

192. ‘Waverider’, Dream Magazine, April 1991.

 

193. ‘Challenge of the Imagination’, Glasgow Herald, April 6, 1991.

 

194. ‘Crossroads in Space’, Spacereport, June 1991.

 

195. Editorial, Spacereport, June 1991.

 

196. ‘Science Revisited’, Spacereport, June 1991; New Moon, September 1991.

 

197. ‘Planets and Probes’, Spacereport, June 1991; (abridged) Dream Magazine, July 1991.

 

198. ‘Martian Story Awarded the Apple’, Glasgow Herald, September 28, 1991.

 

199. Review, “Too Hot to Handle”, by Dr. Frank Close, (abridged) Project Appraisal, September 1991; (in full) Spacereport January 1992.

 

200-202. Essays on Charles Chilton, Naomi Mitchison, Joe Haldeman, in Noelle Watson & Paul E. Schellinger, eds., “Twentieth Century Science Fiction Writers”, St. James Press, Chicago, 3rd edition, 1991.

 

203. ‘The Temple of the Sky’, New Moon, September 1991; Spacereport January 1992.

 

204. Review, “Cosmic Perspectives”, edited by S.K. Biswas et al, Space Policy, November 1991; (abridged) Territories, October 1991; (in full) Spacereport, January 1992.

 

205. (with Bill Ramsay) ‘Crossroads in Space’, Asgard, Christmas 1991; (abridged) Space Policy, February 1992.

 

206. ‘Project Starseed’, second revised version, Asgard, Christmas 1991; illus. Ed Buckley, Tom Campbell, Sydney Jordan and Thayen Rich.

 

207. ‘The Philosophy of a Kardashev 2 Civilisation’, “Fantazia 2”, Samo Resnik, ed., (see Books).

 

208. Editorial, Spacereport, January 1992.

 

209. ‘On the Ice-Fields of Mercury’, Spacereport, January 1992; illus. Lorna Napier.

 

210. ‘The Planet in Sagittarius – Hold the Front Page’, Spacereport, January 1992.

 

211. ‘Space News Update’, Spacereport, January 1992.

 

212. ‘ASTRA in 1991 – Companies Office Report’, reprinted Spacereport, January 1992.

 

213. ‘Stop Press: Solar Sail Race Postponed’, Spacereport, January 1992

 

214. ‘Incoming Asteroid’, New Moon, January 1992; Space Policy, February 1992.

 

215. Editorial, Asgard, April 1992.

 

216. (with Gordon Dick) ‘Flight in Non-terrestrial Atmospheres, or, The Hang-Glider’s Guide to the Galaxy’, Asgard, April 1992; abridged version Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, January 1993; illus. Ed Buckley, Darren Gillett, Sydney Jordan, Gordon Ross.

 

217. (with Chris Boyce), ‘Why Space Rescues Cost the Earth’, Glasgow Herald, May 1992.

 

218. Lance McLane summary, commissioned by Sydney Jordan for comic convention.

 

219. Editorial, Spacereport, October 1992.

 

220. ‘Waveriders!’, Aurora, UK Students for the Exploration and Development of Space Magazine, January 1993.

 

221. Obituary, Alex & Sheena McIntosh, International Spacereport, Jan/Feb. 1993.

 

222. Review, “Is Anyone Out There?” by Dr. Frank Drake, Space Policy, May 1993.

 

223. Editorial, Spacereport, April 1993.

 

224. ‘Hands Off Our Moon!’, Spacereport April 1993; abridged, Spacefaring Gazette, April/May 1993.

 

225. ‘ASTRA in 1992, Companies Office report’, 1993.

 

226. Editorial, Spacereport, August 1993.

 

227. (with Steve Sneyd) ‘Science Fiction & Poetry’, Fantasy Commentator, Winter 1993/94.

 

228. ‘BNSC Town Meeting: Rosetta and FIRST’, Space Policy, May 1994.

 

229. ‘ASTRA in 1993, Companies Office report’, 1994.

 

230. Obituary, Margaret Schwiglhofer, ASTRA, August 1994.

 

231. ‘Keep Watching the Skies!’, Analog, October 1994; extended versions, Asgard, May 1995, reprinted March 2002, and Cambridge Conference Net, 2002; illus. Ed Buckley, Sydney Jordan, Gordon Ross.

 

232. ‘ASTRA in 1994, Companies Office report’, 1995.

 

233. Obituary, Pat Jones, ASTRA, 1995.

 

234. Obituary, Ken Collins, ASTRA, 1995.

 

235. Editorial, Asgard, May 1995.

 

236. ‘The Green Children’, ASTRA, 1995, for Worldcon; revised version, 1996; illus. Brian Fair.

 

237. Obituaries, John Brunner and Bob Shaw, ASTRA, 1995.

 

238. ‘ASTRA in 1995, Companies Office report’, 1996.

 

239. ‘Publications: a New Team’, ASTRA, 1996.

 

240. ‘ASTRA and SETI’, ASTRA, 1996.

 

241. ‘ASTRA: A Brief Introduction to the Society’, ASTRA, 1996.

 

242. (with Oscar Schwiglhofer) ‘Airdrie Public Observatory’, ASTRA, 1996.

 

243. Obituary, Dr. Mary Dawson, International Spacereport, August 1996.

 

244. Obituary, Paul Grant, International Spacereport, September 1996.

 

245. ‘Children from the Sky’, Analog, September 1996; illus. Sydney Jordan.

 

246. Review, “Rogue Asteroids and Doomsday Comets” by Duncan Steel, Space Policy, October 1996.

 

247. ‘To Mars!’, Spacereport, January 1997.

 

248. Obituary, Prof. Michael Ovenden, ASTRA, 1997.

 

249. ‘Mayday in Orbit’, Asgard, May 1997; illus. Sydney Jordan, Gordon Ross.

 

250. ‘Waverider and ASTRA’, Asgard, May 1997.

 

[251. ‘Pyramids and Mars’, guest chapter for Robert Bauval, “The Mars Mystery”, sold but unpublished; illus. Nick Portwin.]

 

252. ‘Lance McLane summary, with publication dates’, commissioned by Sydney Jordan for Lucca exhibition catalogue.

 

253. ‘ASTRA in 1996, Companies Office report’, 1997.

 

254. Obituary, Kenneth Gatland, Glasgow Herald, 6th January 1998.

 

255. ‘Future Shocks Can Still Look to the Past’: reviews of “Mir”, by Alexander Besher, “Computer One” by Warwick Collins, Glasgow Herald, Feb. 12th 1998.

 

256. ‘Epsilon Boötis Revisited’, Analog, March 1998; illus. Nick Portwin; www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

257. ‘How to Be More Gentle with a Hurtling Trillion Tonnes’, Glasgow Herald, March 13th, 1998.

 

258/259. ‘Space Adaptation Syndrome’, (2 versions), leaflet for Michelle Project, USA, 1998.

 

260. ‘Sounding Rockets’, leaflet for Michelle Project, USA, 1998.

 

261. ‘Exploring the Mesosphere’, leaflet for Michelle Project, USA, 1998.

 

262. ‘ASTRA in 1997, Companies Office report’, 1998.

 

263. ‘45 Years of ASTRA’, Spacereport, December 1998.

 

264. Obituary, Roddy Chisholm, ASTRA, 1998.

 

265. Obituary, Ian F. Downie, ASTRA, 1998.

 

266. ‘And I Remember Spain’, supplement to GCE A-level course “Poems of the Thirties”, International Correspondence Schools, 1999.

 

267. Editorial, Asgard, June 1999.

 

268. ‘Watching on the Right Channel’, Glasgow Herald, August 12th, 1999; reprinted (as ‘Eclipse in the Channel’), Spacereport, September 1999.

 

269. Obituary, Chris Boyce, Spacereport, September 1999.

 

270. Obituary, Prof. Terence Nonweiler, Glasgow Herald, December 1999; (expanded), Spacereport, January 2000.

 

271. ‘Leonids 1966, 1998, 1999’, Spacereport, September 1999.

 

272. Obituary, Len Carter, ASTRA, January 2000.

 

273-274. ‘Tribute to Prof. Terence Nonweiler’/‘ASTRA and Waverider’, “Proceedings of the Second British Rocketry Oral History Programme Conference”.

 

275. ‘ASTRA in 1999, Companies Office report’, 2000.

 

276. Obituaries, Isaac Asimov and Prof. Gerard K. O’Neill, ASTRA, May 2000.

 

277. Obituary, George Hay, ASTRA, May 2000.

 

278. Obituary, Gerry Carter, ASTRA, May 2000.

 

279. Editorial, Asgard, June 2000.

 

280/281. ‘Project Starseed’, ‘Odd Ways into Orbit’, Asgard, June 2000.

 

282. ‘Memorandum Submitted by the Association in Scotland to Research into Astronautics’, Appendix 14, Department of Trade & Industry Tenth Report, “UK Space Policy”, House of Commons, 4 July 2000.

 

283. ‘ASTRA in 2000, Companies Office report’, 2001.

 

284. Editorial, Spacereport, June 2001.

 

285. ‘Obituary: Ex-Councillor Iain Thomas’, Spacereport, June 2001.

 

286. ‘British Rocketry and Space Development’, Spacereport, June 2001, illus. Ed Buckley; altered version Space Policy, September 2001.

 

287. ‘Three Views of THE DISH: Duncan Lunan’, Spacereport, June 2001.

 

288. Editorial, Asgard, July 2001.

 

289. ‘Notes on “Raiding the Moon” by Buff Wilson’, Asgard, July 2001.

 

290. (with Sydney Jordan) ‘If Eagles Fell’, Asgard, July 2001, illus. Sydney Jordan, reprinted in William Rudling, ed., “The Lunar 10”, Jeff Hawke Club, 2007.

 

291. ‘Shelfspace: “The Moon”, by Bonnie Cooper et al, Asgard, July 2001; reprinted (abridged), Space Policy, December 2001.

 

292. ‘And Finally… Yes, We Did Go to the Moon’, Asgard, July 2001; illus. David Hardy.

 

293. Obituary, Oscar Schwiglhofer, Glasgow Herald, August 2001.

 

294. ‘Editorial 2: Condolences America’, Spacereport, September 2001.

 

295. ‘Obituary: Poul Anderson’, Spacereport, September 2001.

 

296. ‘Celebrating British Achievement in Space’, Spacereport, September 2001; illus. Ed Buckley.

 

297. ‘Shelfspace: Nicholas Hill, “A Vertical Empire”’, Spacereport, September 2001; (abridged) Space Policy, December 2001.

 

298. ‘Shelfspace: Duncan Steel, “Target Earth”’, Spacereport, September 2001; (abridged) Space Policy, December 2001.

 

299. Obituary, Oscar Schwiglhofer, Spacereport, September 2001.

 

300. ‘Promoting UK Involvement in the ISS: a Space Station Lifeboat?’, Space Policy, December 2001; illus. Gordon Ross.

 

301. Obituary, Oscar Schwiglhofer, Space Policy, December 2001.

 

302. Editorial, Spacereport, December 2001.

 

303. ‘2001 Remembered’, Spacereport, December 2001; illus. Andrew Paterson.

 

304. ‘ASTRA and SF’, Spacereport, December 2001.

 

305. ‘ASTRA in 2001, Companies Office report’, reprinted Spacereport, December 2001.

 

306. ‘Introduction to the Politics of Survival’, Asgard, March 2002.

 

307. ‘The Politics of Survival’, revised version, Asgard, March 2002; www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013; Appendix, “Incoming Asteroid!”, Springer, October 2013.

 

308 & 309. ‘Keep Watching the Skies!’, revised versions, Asgard, March 2002, and Cambridge Conference Net; illus. Sydney Jordan, Gordon Ross.

 

310. ‘Obituary, John Middleton Murray’, (Richard Cowper), Glasgow Herald, May 10, 2002.

 

311. ‘Campaign Song for Dark Skies’, International Spacereport, June 1994; reprinted Scottish Astronomers Group Magazine, July 2002.

 

312. ‘A Politics of Survival Option: an End to Warfare’, Asgard, June 2002 (as ‘The Abolition of War: a Politics of Survival Option’); illus. Gary Bonn and Sydney Jordan.

 

313. (with Andy Nimmo and James McLean) ‘An End to Terrorism – Is It Possible?’, Asgard, June 2002.

 

314. ‘Terraforming the Earth: the Sahara Spearhead’, Asgard, June 2002 (later illustration by Andrew Paterson).

 

315. Review, ‘Shelfspace: “Tracking Apollo to the Moon”, “The Moon” and THE DISH’, Asgard, June 2002.

 

316. ‘Lord Young of Dartington and the Argo Venture’, Space Policy, summer 2002, Asgard, November 2002.

 

317. Review, ‘ THE DISH’; Hamish Lindsay, “Tracking Apollo to the Moon”,

David Whitehouse, “The Moon: a Biography”, Space Policy, August 2002.

 

318. (with Jamie McLean), ‘Everything You Wanted to Know About ASTRA Discussion Projects (but were afraid to ask)’, New International Spacereport, Number One, September 2002.

 

319. ‘Let’s Take a Look at: The Association in Scotland to Research into Astronautics Limited’, Scottish Astronomers Group Magazine, October 2002.

 

320. ‘Visitor at Uist’, Journal of the Royal Artillery, Autumn 2002; reprinted Spacereport, March 2003; illus. Duncan Lunan.

 

321. ‘Amateur Astronomy’, Third Force News, December 13th, 2002.

 

322. (edited) ‘Saving Airdrie Observatory’, New International Spacereport, Number Two, December 2002.

 

323. ‘Preamble to the Ramble’ & ‘Epilogue’, New International Spacereport, Number Three, January 2003.

 

324. ‘Everything You Wanted to Know About ASTRA Exhibition Projects (but were afraid to ask)’, New International Spacereport, Number Five, January 2003.

 

325. ‘Leonid Meteors’, Scottish Astronomers Group Magazine, January 2003.

 

326-328. ‘Editorial/The Fight for Airdrie Observatory/Other ASTRA News’, Asgard, January 2003.

 

329. (with Andy Nimmo) ‘A Politics of Survival Option: Meritocracy for Space Settlements’, Asgard, January 2003.

 

330. Editorial, Spacereport, March 2003.

 

331. Obituary, John H. Fadum, Spacereport, March 2003.

 

332. ‘Epilogue: “Shuttle Down”’, Spacereport, March 2003.

 

333. ‘Vale, Columbia’, Spacereport, March 2003.

 

334. ‘Space News – Columbia, Pioneer 10, Galileo’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 1 No. 1, March 2003.

 

335. ‘Project Starseed’ (updated), Settlers’ Sentinel, April 2003; Asgard, November 2003; illus. Ed Buckley, Tom Campbell, Sydney Jordan and Thayen Rich. Reprinted NEAmines Digest No. 1342, 18th March 2013.

 

336. ‘ASTRA in 2002, Companies Office report’, 2003.

 

337. Editorial, Spacereport, August 2003.

 

338. ‘Of Practical Geometry – and Other Practicalities’, Scottish Astronomers Group Magazine, July 2003; longer version Spacereport, September 2003.

 

339. ‘Annular Eclipse Report’, Scottish Astronomers Group Magazine, July 2003; longer version, Spacereport Editorial, August 2003.

 

340. Tenants’ Steering Group Report, Argyle Local Housing Organisation News, August 2003.

 

341. ‘Space News – Mars Probes’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 1 No. 2, August 2003; illus. Sydney Jordan.

 

342. ‘40 Years of ASTRA Publications’, Spacereport, August 2003.

 

343. ‘40 Years of ASTRA Publications Index’, Spacereport, August 2003.

 

344. ‘ASTRA News’, Asgard, December 2003.

 

345 & 346. ‘ASTRA History – the First 50 Years’, ASTRA, December 2003; expanded version ‘… the First 57 Years’, ASTRA website, 2010.

 

347. ‘Space News: Shenzhou, Closest Asteroid Yet Flies Past Earth, OWL - the Overwhelmingly Large Telescope’, Asgard, .December 2003, reprinted Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, February 2004,

 

348-349. Hawke’s Notes – ‘Sacrifice’, ‘Chacondar’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 1 No. 3, February 2004; illus. Sydney Jordan.

 

350. Obituary, Danny Kane, Glasgow Herald, May 2004.

 

351. ‘ASTRA in 2003, Companies Office report’, 2004.

 

352. ‘Science News: Concorde, the UK and the Planets’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 2 No. 1, June 2004.

 

353-354. Hawke’s Notes – ‘Sacrifice, part 2’, ‘Anti-Gravity Man’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 2 No. 1, June 2004; illus. Sydney Jordan and Ed Buckley.

 

355. Obituary, Matt Ewart, ASTRA, September 2004.

 

356. Obituary, Jean Coles, née Tycholiz, ASTRA, September 2004.

 

357-358. Hawke’s Notes – ‘Sanctuary’, ‘Ghost Errant’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 2 No. 2, December 2004.

 

359. ‘Space Notes – Cassini and Huygens’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, December 2004; illus. Gavin Roberts.

 

360-363. Hawke’s Notes: ‘The Martian Invasion’, ‘The Search for Asteron’, ‘The Threat from the Past’, ‘The Opposite Power’, in William Rudling, ed., “The Martian Quartet”, Jeff Hawke Club, 2005.

 

364. ‘Space Notes – Mars, Deep Impact, Titan at Last’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 2 No. 3, May 2005.

 

365-366. Hawke’s Notes: ‘The Dream Pedlars’ (contd. Vol. 3 No. 1), ‘The Great Atlantic Crossing’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 2 No. 3, May 2005.

 

367. ‘ASTRA in 2004, Companies Office report’, 2005.

 

368. Hawke’s Notes: ‘Pass the Parcel’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 3 No. 1, December 2005.

 

369-371. Hawke’s Notes: ‘The Poltergeist’, ‘A Foreign Body’, ‘Poles Apart’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 3 No. 2, early 2006.

 

372-373. ‘ Astronomy in Turkey’, ‘Space Notes – Current Space Missions’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 3 No. 2, May 2006.

 

374. ‘ASTRA in 2005, Companies Office report’, 2006.

 

375-378. Hawke’s Notes: ‘Space Rider’, ‘Rip Van Haddow’, ‘Prodigal Son?’, ‘The Intelligent Ones’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Supplement, August 2006.

 

379. ‘North Lanarkshire Astronomy Project’, Scottish Astronomers Group Magazine, November 2006.

 

380. ‘Children from the Sky’, updated, R.I.L.K.O. Journal 69, December 2006.

 

381-382. Hawke’s Notes: ‘Sitting Tenants’, ‘The Gamesman’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 3 No. 3, January 2007.

 

383-384. ‘Public Observatories’, ‘Space Notes – SMART-1, Cassini, Pluto, Planemos’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, January 2007.

 

385. ‘ASTRA in 2006, Companies Office report’, 2007.

 

386-389. Hawke’s Notes: ‘Incognito’, ‘A Word of Advice’, ‘A Test Case’, ‘The First Person Plural’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 4 No. 1, May 2007.

 

390. ‘Space Notes – Current Space Missions’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 4 No. 1,

May 2007.

 

391. ‘Space Debris’, ASTRA Night Sky, April 2007, reprinted Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos,

Vol. 4 No. 1, May 2007.

 

392-401. Hawke’s Notes: ‘Time Out of Mind’, ‘Pastmaster’, ‘Moonstruck’, ‘The Day the Moon Nearly Exploded’, ‘The Strange Ship’, ‘Selena’, ‘Shorty’s Secret’, ‘Heir Apparent!’, ‘The Dear, Dead Days, The Nursery’, in William Rudling, ed., “The Lunar 10”, Jeff Hawke Club, 2007.

 

402. Sydney Jordan bio, Satellite 1 website, 2007.

 

403-405. Hawke’s Notes: ‘The Helping Hand’, ‘On the Run’, ‘Wildcat’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 4 No. 2, December 2007.

 

406. ‘Space Notes: Messenger, Dawn, Mars Rovers, Deep Space 1, Shuttle, ISS’,

Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 4 No. 2, December 2007.

 

407. Obituary, Van Middell, ASTRA, December 2007.

 

408. ‘Space Notes: Messenger, Opportunity, Venus Express, Deep Impact,

Columbus, SOHO, ASAT’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 4 No. 3, June 2008.

 

409-411. Hawke’s Notes: ‘SOS’, ‘Rescue Party’, ‘Here Be Tygers’, Jeff Hawke’s

Cosmos, Vol. 4 No. 3, June 2008.

 

412. ‘ASTRA in 2007, Companies Office report’, 2008.

 

413-415. Hawke’s Notes: ‘Uncanny Deep’, ‘Winner Gain All’, ‘Moratorro’, Jeff

Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 5 No. 1, November 2008.

 

416. ‘The Sky Above You: Phoenix, Cassini-Enceladus, Space Shuttle, Hubble

Repair’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 5 No. 1, November 2008.

 

417. Review, Harry Turtledove, “The Man with the Iron Heart”, Interzone, December

2008.

 

418. Exhibition catalogue, ‘Spaceflight Then and Now’, ASTRA, December 2008.

 

419-422. Revised Hawke’s Notes: ‘The Martian Invasion’, ‘The Search for Asteron’, ‘The Threat from the Past’, ‘The Opposite Power’, in William Rudling, ed., “The Martian Quartet”, 2nd edition, Jeff Hawke Club, 2009 (see Books).

 

423. ‘ASTRA in 2008, Companies Office report’, 2009.

 

424-426. ‘Hawke’s Notes: Out of Touch, Made in Birmingham, The

Changeling’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 5 No. 2, June 2009.

 

427. ‘Space Notes: Selene-Tycho, Phoenix, Mars Methane, HST Repair, Extrasolar

Planets’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 5 No. 2, June 2009.

 

428. Review, Christopher Priest, “‘It’ Came from Outer Space: Occasional Pieces

1973-2008”, Interzone, June 2009.

 

429. Review, L. Jagi Lamplighter, “Prospero Lost”, Interzone, July-Aug

2009.

 

430. Catalogue, ‘”Man on the Moon”, 40th Anniversary Exhibition’, ASTRA, July

2009.

 

431. ‘My Haunting Experiences’, Appendix II – Narrative of Respondent G’, in

Mandy Todd, “The Ghost is just the Sign: Haunting, History and Modernity in 21st Century Scotland”, Sociology/Anthropology Honours Dissertation, Glasgow University, 2009.

 

432. Review, Jaine Fenn, “Principles of Angels”, Concatenation, September 2009.

 

433. Review, Jaine Fenn, “Consorts of Heaven”, Concatenation, September 2009.

 

434. Review, Neal Asher, “Shadow of the Scorpion”, Concatenation, September

2009.

 

435. Review, Liz Williams, “Winterstrike”, Concatenation, September 2009.

 

436. Review, Keith Brooke, “The Accord”, Concatenation, September 2009.

 

437-439. Hawke’s Notes, ‘The Engine that Worked on Grass’, ‘Rogue Star’,

‘Faery Land Forlorn’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 5 No. 3, November 2009.

 

440. ‘The Sky Above You: Exoplanets and Cosmology’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos,

Vol. 5 No. 3, November 2009.

 

441. Obituary, Venetia Phair-Burney, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 5 No. 3, November 2009.

 

442. Review, Steven Erikson, “Bauchelain and Korbal Broach”, Interzone, December 2009.

 

443. Review, David Devereux, “Eagle Rising”, Concatenation, January 2010.

 

444. Review, Stuart B. MacBride, “Halfhead”, Concatenation, January 2010.

 

445. Review, John Dickinson, “WE”, Interzone, March-April 2010.

 

446. Review, David Louis Edelman, “Geosynchron”, Concatenation, April 2010.

 

447-449. Hawke’s Notes, ‘Unquiet Island’, ‘The Time Is Out of Joint’, ‘The Book of

the Worlds’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 6 No. 1, April 2010.

 

450. ‘Space Notes: US Space Policy, Pulsed Fusion’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 6 No. 1, April 2010.

 

451. Review, Norman Spinrad, “He Walked among Us”, Interzone, June 2010.

 

452. Review, Gavin Smith, “Veteran”, Interzone, July-August 2010.

 

453. Review, Stephen Hunt, “Secrets of the Fire Sea”, Concatenation, 2010.

 

454. Review, Ian Whates, “The Noise Within”, Concatenation, 2010.

 

455. Review, Simon R. Green, “Damned if You Do in the Nightside”, Concatenation, 2010.

 

456. Review, Stephen Baxter, “Stone Spring”, Concatenation, 2010.

 

457. Review, Robert Rankin, “The Japanese Devil Fish Girl and Other Unnatural Attractions”, Interzone, September-October 2010.

 

458. ‘Astronomy and Space Notes: Sighthill Megalith, Meteosat Third Generation, Iridium-Next, Space Debris’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 6 No. 2, September 2010.

 

459-461. Hawke’s Notes, ‘The Castaway’, ‘Wondrous Lamp’, ‘The Comet’s Tale’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 6 No. 2, September 2010.

 

462. ‘ASTRA in 2009’, Companies House report, September 2010.

 

463. ‘From the Chair’, Glasgow Housing Association/Glasgow West HA News, Christmas 2010.

 

464. Review, Carmelo Rafala, ed., “The Immersion Book of SF”, Interzone 232, January-February 2011.

 

465. Review, Ken MacLeod, “The Restoration Game”, Concatenation, January 2011.

 

466. Review, Kim Stanley Robinson, “Galileo's Dream”, Concatenation, January 2011.

 

467. Review, George R. R. Martin & Gardner Dozois (eds), “Songs of the Dying Earth: Stories in Honour of Jack Vance”, Concatenation, January 2011.

 

468. Review, Jaine Fenn, “Guardians of Paradise”, Concatenation, January 2011.

 

469. Review, Ben Bova, “Leviathans of Jupiter”, Interzone 233, March-April 2011.

 

470-472. Hawke’s Notes, ‘Overland’, ‘Cataclysm’, ‘The Bees on Daedalus’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 6 No. 3, April 2011.

 

473. ‘The Sky Above You: About this Column’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 6 No. 3, April 2011.

 

474. ‘Space Notes: Phobos, Lutetia, 2011 space missions, the oscillating Universe’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 6 No. 3, April 2011.

 

475. Review, Pat Kellegher, ‘Black Hand Gang’, Concatenation, April 2011.

 

476. Review, G. Paul Chambers, “Head Shot, the Science behind the JFK Assassination”, Concatenation, April 2011.

 

477. Long-distance interview with Michael S. Collins, part 1, Winterwinds, spring 2011.

 

478. Review, Ted Nield, “Incoming!”, Cosmic Aspects No. 1, May 2011.

 

479. ‘Dark Matter and Red Dwards', Cosmic Aspects No. 1, May 2011.

 

480. 'Talks by Duncan Lunan', Cosmic Aspects No. 1, May 2011.

 

481. 'Shelfspace: David Gregory and Camille Flammarion’, Cosmic Aspects No. 1, June 2011.

 

482. ‘A Stone Circle for Glasgow’, R.I.L.K.O. Journal, 78, May 2011, reprinted online in ‘The Stone Circle’, Friends of Sighthill Stone Circle, June 2011.

 

483. ‘Noctilucent Clouds’, Cosmic Aspects No. 2, July 2011.

 

484. ‘Sighthill Stone Circle News – Summer Solstice 2011’, Cosmic Aspects No. 2, July 2011.

 

485. ‘Celebrating 50 Years of Human Spaceflight’, Cosmic Aspects No. 2, July 2011, reprinted Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Vol. 7 No. 1, September 2011.

 

486. ‘Falkland Islands TV’, Cosmic Aspects No. 2, July 2011, reprinted Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Vol. 7 No. 1, September 2011.

 

487. ‘Vesta and Pluto’, Cosmic Aspects No. 3, August 2011.

 

488. ‘New Discoveries on the Sun – and under it – and over it’, Cosmic Aspects No. 4, September 2011.

 

489. ‘Space Debris, Updated’, Astronomers of the Future website, September 2011.

 

490. Review, Ted Nield, “Incoming!”, Concatenation, Winter 2011-2012 (accepted September 2011).

 

491-495. ‘Hawke’s Notes: Someday I’ll Find You, Survival, The Venusian Club, Daughter of Eros, The Devil at Rennes-le-Chateau’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 7 No. 1, September 2011.

 

496. ‘Astronomy and Space Notes: Juno, Tycho, Space Debris’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Vol. 7 No. 1, September 2011.

 

497. ‘Investigating the Green Children’, Children from the Sky website, October 2011.

 

498. 'The Search for the Tenth Planet', Cosmic Aspects, October 2011.

 

499. ''Radio and Optical Astronomy – Why Are They Fashionable?', Cosmic Aspects, Nov. 2011.

 

500. Review, George R.R. Martin, “The Game of Thrones”, Concatenation, Winter 2011-2012.

 

501. Review, Rick Wilber, ed., “Future Media”, Interzone 236, Sep-Oct. 2011.

 

502. Long-distance interview with Michael S. Collins, part 2, Winterwinds, winter 2011.

 

503. (with Rob Roy), ‘Sighthill Stone Circle: a 33-Year Saga’, Club Meg News, Winter Solstice, 2011.

 

504. Review, Naomi Novik, “Tongues of Serpents”, Concatenation, Winter 2011-2012.

 

505. Review, Jaine Fenn, “Bringer of Light”, Concatenation, Winter 2011-2012.

 

506. Review, David S. Goyer, Michael Cassutt, “Heaven’s Shadow”, Concatenation, Winter 2011-2012.

 

507. ‘“New” Light on Pinnacles on the Moon’, Cosmic Aspects, January 2012.

 

508. ‘Folk at the Bull Session’, Mardles, Suffolk Folk, February-April 2012.

 

509. ‘Exoplanets and the Fermi Paradox’, Cosmic Aspects, February 2012.

 

510. ‘Obituary: John Braithwaite, Telescope Maker’, The Herald, 16th February 2012.

 

511. Review, Neal Asher, “The Departure”, Concatenation, April 2012.

 

512. Review, Stephen Hunt, “Jack Cloudie”, Concatenation, April 2012.

 

513-516. ‘Hawke’s Notes: Counsel for the Defence, Getaway, The Oil Rig, The Winds of Mars’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 7 No. 2, April 2012.

 

517. ‘The Sky above You: Vesta and Pluto, Herschel Detects Galactic Winds, New Discoveries under the Sun – and on it – and over it, ‘New’ Light on Pinnacles on the Moon, Noctilucent Clouds’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, April 2012.

 

518. Review, Ted Nield, “Incoming!”, Concatenation, April 2012.

 

519. ‘Waverider Spacecraft, a History’, in Ian Sales, ed., “Rocket Science”, April 2012 (see Books).

 

520. Review, Stephen Baxter, “Bronze Summer”, Concatenation, April 2012.

 

521-524. Notes, 'The Day and the Hour', 'In the Arctic, Out of Time', 'With Time Comes Concord', 'Riding the Fire', in Gary Gibson, ed., “With Time Comes Concord and other stories”, (see Books); republication in “The Elements of Time” (see Books).

 

525. Review, ‘Shelfspace: “Miles M52”, by Capt. Eric Brown, Cosmic Aspects, September 2012; Concatenation, September 2012.

 

526. Notes, ‘Raiding the Moon’ by Buff Wilson, Cosmic Aspects, September 2012.

 

527. ‘Book Project News’, Cosmic Aspects, September 2012.

 

528. 'News Space', Cosmic Aspects, September 2012.

 

529. 'Incoming Asteroid Conference', Cosmic Aspects, September 2012.

 

530. Review, G. Paul Chambers, “Head Shot, Expanded edition,” Concatenation, September 2012.

 

531. Review, Rod Pyle, “Destination Mars”, Concatenation, September 2012.

 

532. Review, Janet Edwards, “Earth Girl”, Concatenation, September 2012.

 

533. Review, “Jack Vance, ‘The Moon Moth’, Adapted by Humayoun Ibrahim, Based on the Classic story”, Interzone 242, September-October 2012.

 

534. ‘The Sky Above You: Curiosity, skylight robot, Martian water, Titan water, Uranus Pathfinder’, Cosmic Aspects, September 2012; Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 7 No. 3, November 2012.

 

535-539. ‘Hawke’s Notes: Overlord, The Immortal Toys, The Ambassadors, A Hole in Space, The Woman Who Would Be King’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 7 No. 3, November 2012.

 

540. ‘Children from the Sky’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 7 No. 3, November 2012.

 

541-543. ‘Editorial’, ‘Astronomy in East Anglia, Then and Now’, ‘The Green Children and Folk Music’, ‘News 2011-2012’, in “Children from the Sky Annual No. 1” (see books).

 

544-546. (with Linda Lunan), ‘Mediaeval Food and Drink’, ‘Mediaeval Women’s Hair Care’, ‘Mediaeval Table Manners’, in “Children from the Sky Annual No. 1” (see books).

 

547. Review, Jules Verne, “The Sphinx of the Ice Realm”, Translated and Edited by Frederick Paul Walter, Interzone 243, November 2012.

 

548. Review, Stephen Baxter, “Iron Spring”, Concatenation, January 2013.

 

549. Obituary, Prof. Archie Roy, ASTRA, January 2013.

 

550. ‘Sighthill Stone Circle – Urgently Needs Help’, Druid Dawn and Pagan Newswire, Vol. 5 No. 4, Spring-Autumn 2013, March 2013.

 

551. (with Linda Lunan), ‘The Sighthill Stone Circle, Glasgow’, Touchstone, 196, April 2013.

 

552. Review, Paul Witcover, “The Emperor of All Things”, Interzone 246, May-June 2013.

 

553. (with Linda Lunan), Sighthill Stone Circle Campaign, Winterwinds, July 2013.

 

554-558. ‘Hawke’s Notes: The Ice Burner, Chalk Circle, Sorcerer's Apprentice, Song of the Charioteer, The Little People’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Vol. 8 No. 1, July 2013.

 

559. Space Notes: ISS transport, Ariane, Long March, Discoverer. Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Vol. 8 No. 1, July 2013.

 

560. Linda Lunan published work CV, July 2013.

 

561. Review, Terry Pratchett, Jack Cohen, Ian Stewart, “The Science of Discworld IV”, Interzone 247, July-August 2013.

 

562. Homepage, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

563. CV, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013, revised 2016.

 

564. ‘Published work to August 2013’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013, revised 2016.

 

565. ‘Lunan family tree’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

566. ‘Man and the Stars’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

567. ‘Man and the Planets’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

568. ‘Children from the Sky’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

569. ‘The Stones and the Stars’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

570. ‘Incoming Asteroid!’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

571. ‘The Sky Above You’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

572. ‘DL and Science Fiction’, www.duncanlunan.com, August 2013.

 

573. Introduction, Michael Collins anthology, in press.

 

574. Review, Kingsley Amis, “The Alteration”, new edition, Interzone 248, September 2013.

 

575. Review, Mark Chadbourn, “The Devil’s Looking Glass”, Concatenation, September 2013.

 

576. Review, Robert Silverberg, “Tales of Majipoor”, Concatenation, September 2013.

 

577. Review, Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson, “A Memory of Light”, Concatenation, September 2013.

 

578. Review, Kim Stanley Robinson, “Shaman”, Interzone 249, November 2013.

 

579. ‘Percy F. Westerman and Me’, The Westerman Yarns No. 2, November 2013.

 

580. Obituary, Reginald Turnill, Michael Collins blog ‘Glasgow and Surrounding Beasties: 2013 in Memoriam’, 3rd December 2013; Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 8 No. 3.

 

581. (with Linda Lunan) ‘The Sighthill Stone Circle – Present and Future’, Wyldings Issue 6, Wyldwood Radio, December 2013.

 

582. Review, James S.A. Corey, “Abaddon’s Gate”, Concatenation, January 2014.

 

583-587. ‘Hawke’s Notes: Ghost of a Chance, Voodoo, Star-Maker!, Blood Brother, The Dear, Dead Days’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Vol. 8 No. 2, January 2014.

 

588. Space Notes: Sighthill stone circle, UN asteroids, Orion spacecraft, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 8 No. 2, January 2014.

 

589. Review, David Langford and Greg Pickersgill, ed., “Algis Budrys, Benchmarks Continued, The F&SF “Books” Columns, Volume 1, 1975-1982”; Volume 2, “Benchmarks Revisited, 1983-1986”; Volume 3, “Benchmarks Concluded, 1987-1993”. Interzone 250, Jan-Feb 2014.

 

590. Review, Ian McDonald, “Empress of the Sun”, Interzone 251, Mar-Apr 2014.

 

591. Review, John Connolly & Jennifer Ridyard, “Conquest”, Concatenation, April 2014.

 

592. Review, Barry Parker, “The Physics of War”, Concatenation, April 2014.

 

593. 'AOTF April 2014 Meeting Write-up: Robert Law', ACTA website, April 2014.

 

594-597. ‘Notes: Virus, A Message for Medusa, Time’s Jest, Out of the Ecliptic’, in Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane H8866, H9454”, May 2014 (see Books).

 

598. ‘Sydney Jordan and Me’, in “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane H8866, H9454”, May 2014 (see Books).

 

599. 'AOTF May 2014 Meeting Write-up', ACTA website, May 2014.

 

600. Review, Colleen Anderson & Steve Vernon, eds., “Tesseracts 17”, Interzone 252, May-June 2014.

 

601-604. ‘Hawke’s Notes: The Nursery, The Dragon and S.T. George, Messiah, A Night Remembered’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 8 No. 3, June 2014.

 

605. Space Notes: Rosetta, New Express, Dawn, SLS and Orion, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 8 No. 3, June 2014.

 

606. ‘Incoming Asteroid!’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 8 No. 3, June 2014.

 

607. ‘ACTA in 2012-2013’, OSCR Trustees’ Report, June 2014.

 

608. 'AOTF June 2014 Meeting Write-up: Nick Martin', ACTA website, June 2014; Nick Leaves Club Starry-eyed’, Ayrshire Post, 4th July 2014.

 

609. ‘Stone Circle Update’, Spin, July 2014.

 

610. ‘Ghosts in the Landscape, Part 1’, Spooky Isles, July 2014.

 

611. ‘Ghosts in the Landscape, Part 2’, Spooky Isles, 22nd July 2014.

 

612. Review, James Morrow, “The Madonna and the Starship”, Interzone 253, July-Aug 2014.

 

613. ‘August 2014 Meeting Writeup’, Strange Phenomena Over Tea online, 3rd August 2014.

 

614. 'AOTF August 2014 Meeting Write-up: John Pressly', ACTA website, August 2014; ‘Astronomy Greats Are Honoured’, Ayr Advertiser, Troon Times and Carrick Herald, 2nd September 2014.

 

615. ‘September 2014 Meeting Writeup’, Strange Phenomena over Tea Online, 14th September 2014.

 

616. Review, Gordon van Gelder, ed., “The Very Best of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Volume 2”, Interzone 254, September 2014.

 

617. (with Linda Lunan), 'AOTF September 2014 Meeting Write-up: Alan & Sandi Cayless', ACTA website, September 2014.‘Astronomers of the Future Decamp to Troon Bar’, Troon Times, September 30th 2014.

 

618. Review, Cathy Cobb, Monty Fetterolf and Harold Goldwhite, “The Chemistry of Alchemy, From Dragon’s Blood to Donkey Dung, How Chemistry was Forged”, Concatenation, 30th September 2014.

 

619. Review, Melissa Marr and Tim Pratt, eds., “Rags & Bones”, Concatenation, 30th September 2014.

 

620. ‘Tea and UFOs at the Chit Chat’, Ayrshire Post, 1st October 2014.

 

621. Review, Fredrik T. Olsson, “Chain of Events”, Interzone 255, 3rd November 2014.

 

622. 'AOTF October 2014 Meeting Write-up: Euan MacKie', ACTA website, October 2014; ''Neolithic Society Is Subject of Talk', Ayrshire Post, 14th November 2014.

 

623-625. ‘Notes: Sails in the Red Sunset, Even Death May Die, The Devil at Rennes-le-Château’, in Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane/2”, November 2014 (see Books).

 

626. ‘Sydney Jordan/Duncan Lunan and Dan Dare’, in Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane/2”, November 2014 (see Books).

 

627. 'Jeff Hawke Goes to the Cinema', in Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane/2”, November 2014 (see Books).

 

628. 'Notes: Time & Ms. Jones’, in Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane/2”, November 2014 (see Books).

 

629. ‘Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane Chronology', in Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane/2”, November 2014 (see Books).

 

630-633. Hawke’s Notes: ‘The Zoo’, ‘Base-Builder’, ‘Mail Order’, ‘Baphomet’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Vol. 9 No. 1, November 2014.

 

634. ‘Space Notes’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Vol. 9 No. 1, November 2014.

 

635. 'November AOTF Meeting Write-up: Jay Tate', ACTA SCIO/Astronomers of the Future website, 4th December 2014; 'Spaceguard Centre Chief's Troon Talk', Troon Times, 9th December 2014, illustrated Linda Lunan.

 

636. Review, Edward Everett Hale/Adam Roberts, “The Brick Moon/Another Brick in the Moon”, Interzone 256, December 2014.

 

637. Review, Chris Hadfield, “An Astronaut’s View of Life on Earth”, Concatenation, January 2015.

 

638. Review, Peter F. Hamilton, “The Abyss Beyond Dreams”, Concatenation, January 2015.

 

639. Review, Rod Pyle, “Curiosity”, Concatenation, January 2015.

 

640. Review, Susan Barker, “The Incarnations”, Concatenation, January 2015.

 

641. 'AOTF January 2015 Meeting Write-up: Martin Hendry', ACTA website, January 2015; 'Prof. Tackles Conspiracy Theories', Ayrshire Post, 6th February 2015; abridged, 'Astronomy Club Talk', Troon Times 3rd February 2015.

 

642. 'Eclipse Will be the Finest Since 1999', The WORD on the Streets Issue 2,Spring 2015.

 

643. 'AOTF February 2015 Meeting Write-up: Chris O'Kane', ACTA website, January 2015; 'Ancient Egypt Talk', Ayrshire Post, 13th March 2015.

 

644. Review, John Grant “Tell No Lies”, Interzone 257, March-April 2015.

 

645. 'AOTF March 2015 Meeting Write-up: Alice-Amanda Kay, Gary Thomson', ACTA website, March 2015; 'Top Speakers at Astronomers' Club', Ayrshire Post, 10th April 2015.

 

646. Review: Rebecca Alexander, “The Secrets of Blood and Bone”, Concatenation, 15th April 2015.

 

647. Review: Alastair Reynolds, “On the Steel Breeze”, Concatenation, 15th April 2015.

 

648. 'AOTF April 2015 Meeting Write-up: Robert Law', ACTA website, April 2015.

 

649. 'AOTF May 2015 Meeting Write-up: Colin McInnes', ACTA website, May 2015; 'Next Step Mars for Intrepid Stargazers', Ayrshire Post, 8th May 2015.

 

650. 'Space Notes: Dawn, New Horizons, Opportunity, Beagle 2, SpaceX, SLS, Trifid Nebula', Jeff Hawke's Cosmos Vol. 9 No. 2, June 2015.

 

651-653. 'Hawke's Notes: Time-Out, Home Is the Sailor, Frozen Assets', Jeff Hawke's Cosmos Vol. 9 No. 2, June 2015.

 

654. 'AOTF June 2015 Meeting Write-up: Lembit Öpik', ACTA website, June 2015.

 

655. Review, Alistair Reynolds, “Slow Bullets” and “Poseidon’s Wake”, Interzone 259, July 2015.

 

656. 'AOTF July 2015 Meeting Write-up: Pluto', ACTA website, July 2015; ‘Astronomy Club Hears of Pluto’, Troon Times, August 11th 2015; (abridged) 'Group Look to the Skies', Ayrshire Post, 21st August 2015.

 

657. ‘Waverider, A New Chronology’. American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, 20th Hypersonics Conference, Strathclyde University, 7th July 2015, (accepted 14th June 2015).

 

658. Review, James Smythe, “No Harm Can Come to a Good Man”, Shoreline of Infinity No. 1, July 2015; Shoreline of Infinity website, April 2016.

 

659. 'AOTF August 2015 Meeting Write-up: Alan Cayless', ACTA website, January 2015; 'Astronomers Club', Ayrshire Post, Sept. 18th 2015; (abridged), 'Astronomers Club's Sun Talk', Troon Times, Sept. 15th 2015.

 

660. Review, Martin Vopenka, “The Fifth Dimension”, Interzone 260, Sep-Oct 2015.

 

661. 'AOTF September Meeting Write-up: Exoplanets', ACTA SCIO website, 4th October 2015; 'Astronomers to Hear of Spaceport Bid', Troon Times, October 13th, 2015; 'New Planets Are out of This World', Ayrshire Post, October 16th 2015.

 

662. (with Gerry Cassidy) 'Tam O'Shanter at Home in the Tam O'Shanter', The Word on the Streets No. 4, Autumn/Winter 2015.

 

663. 'AOTF October Meeting Write-up', ACTA SCIO website, Nov. 2015; 'Club Focus on Mars Missions', Ayrshire Post, November 13th 2015.

 

664. 'AOTF November Meeting Write-up: Stuart McIntyre', ACTA SCIO website, Dec. 2015; 'Prestwick Airport Could Be Launch Pad for Blasting into Space, Says Guest Speaker', Troon Times, December 8th, 2015; 'Clubs News: Back to the Future',

Ayrshire Post, 11th December 2015..

 

665. Review, Tom Toner, “The Promise of the Child”, Shoreline of Infinity, Vol. 1 No.2, December 2015; Shoreline of Infinity website, May 2016.

 

666. (with Paul Cockburn), 'Interview: Duncan Lunan', Shoreline of Infinity, Vol. 1 No.2, December 2015.

 

667-670. ‘Hawke’s Notes: The Phoenix at Easter, Tangaroa, The Nest of the Phoenix, I Talk to the Trees’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 9 No. 3, January 2016.

 

671. ‘Hawke’s Wings: VESSEL’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 9 No. 3, January 2016.

 

672. 'Space Notes: Pluto, Exoplanets, spiral solar systems, Phobos landing, Prestwick Spaceport', Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 9 No. 3, January 2016.

 

673. 'AOTF January Meeting Write-up: Prof. Max Vasile', ACTA SCIO website, Jan. 2016; 'Club News: Astronomers of the Future Club', Ayrshire Post, 12th February 2016; 'Astronomers of the Future', Troon Times, 16th February 2016; 'Dangers of the Waste of Space', The Word on the Streets No. 5, 7th March 2016.

 

674. Review, Clifford Beal, “The Guns of Ivrea”, Interzone 263, 1st March 2016.

 

675. Review, Charlie Jane Andrews, “All the Birds of the Air”, Interzone 263, 1st March 2016.

 

676. 'AOTF February Meeting Write-up: Nick Martin', ACTA SCIO website, Mar. 2016.

 

677. Review, Charlie Jane Andrews, “All the Birds of the Air”, Shoreline of Infinity Vol. 1 No. 3, March 21st, 2016; Shoreline of Infinity website, 26th July 2016.

 

678. Blog: current writing and projects, DL website, 21st March 2016.

 

679. 'AOTF March Meeting Write-up: Gravitational Waves', ACTA SCIO website, Apr. 2016; ‘Club News: Astronomers of the Future Club’, Ayrshire Post, 8th April 2016; (abridged) ‘Gravity Waves Are Club Topic’, Troon Times, 12th April 2016.

 

680. Review, Ulinka Rublack, “The Astronomer and the Witch, Johannes Kepler's Fight for His Mother”, Concatenation, 15th April 2016.

 

681. Review, Katherine Blundell, “Black Holes, A Very Short Introduction”, Concatenation, 15th April 2016.

 

682. Review, David A. Rothery, “Moons, A Very Short Introduction”, Concatenation, 15th April 2016.

 

683. Review, Stephen Baxter & Alastair Reynolds, “The Medusa Chronicles”, Interzone 264, 27th April 2016.

 

684. ‘AOTF April Meeting Write-up: Alan Cayless and the Meteorites’, ACTA SCIO website, May 2016; ‘Club News: Astronomy’, Ayrshire Post, 13th May 2016; ‘Astronomers’ Club: Meteorites’, Troon Times, May 10th 2016.

 

685-689. ‘Hawke’s Notes: Last Frontier, Angel of Mercy/Telepath, Chimera, Lysistrata 2, The Achene on Amalthea’, in William Rudling, ed., “Earthspace”, June 2016 (see Books).

 

690. ‘Hawke’s Wings: Faith, Hope and Charity’, in William Rudling, ed., “Earthspace”, June 2016 (see Books).

 

691. (with William Rudling), ‘Black Holes’, in William Rudling, ed., “Earthspace”, June 2016 (see Books).

 

692. ‘AOTF May Meeting Write-Up: Colin McInnes, the Search for Extraterrestrial Technology’, ACTA SCIO website, June 2nd 2016; abridged and amended, ‘Looking to the Stars’, Troon Times, 7th June 2016, ‘Exploring Mysteries of Space’, The Word on the Streets, Issue 7, Summer 2016.

 

693. Review, Ken Macleod, “The Corporation Wars – Dissidence”, Shoreline of Infinity, June 2016.

 

694. ‘AOTF June Meeting Write-Up: Robert Law, Visit to Kennedy Space Centre’, ACTA SCIO website, July 2016; ‘Astronomers of the Future Hold Latest Meeting’, Troon Times, July 19th 2016..

 

695. Review, Michael Swanwick, “Not So Much”, Said the Cat”, Interzone 265, mid-July 2016.

 

696. Blog: current writing, Sighthill stone circle, book launch, DL website, 21st July 2016.

 

697. ‘AOTF July Meeting Write-Up: John Pressly, ‘Tycho Brahe’, ACTA SCIO website, August 2016; ‘Looking to the Stars with Astronomy Club’, Troon Times, August 16th 2016.

 

698. Introduction, “Thirty Years of Rain”, Glasgow Science Fiction Writers' Circle 30th Anniversary anthology, 2016.

 

699-701. 'Hawke's Notes: The Asset-Strippers, The Shark in the Clear Air, What Dreams May Come', Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No.1, in press.

 

702. 'Space Notes: Supernova, life origins, comet and asteroid passes, gravitational waves, Red Dragon, Epsilon Aurigae', Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No.1, in press.

 

703. Notes, ‘Galileo at the High Frontier’, in “The Elements of Time” (see Books).

 

704. Review, Jonathan Strahan, ed., “Drowned Worlds”, in preparation.

 

705. 'Astronomical Poetry', The Word on the Streets, in preparation.

 

706. 'Shoreline of Infinity', The Word on the Streets, in preparation.

 

707-710. 'Hawke's Notes: Pharaoh's Army Got Drownded, Sails in the Red Sunset, Even Death May Die, Virus!', Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No.2, in preparation.

 

711. ‘Hawke’s Wings: the Dick-Dick’, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol, 10 No.2, in preparation.

 

712. 'Space Notes', Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No.2, in preparation.

 

713-717. 'Hawke's Notes: A Message for Medusa, Time's Jest, Out of the Ecliptic, Song for Methuselah, Ice-Needle and Dire Straits', Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No.3, in preparation.

 

718. 'Space Notes', Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No.3, in preparation.

 

719. 'Hawke's Notes' in William Rudling, ed., “Junior Jeff Hawke”, in preparation (see Books).

 

 

 

 

ASTRA Newsletters

 

80 quarterly newsletters and programmes, 1982-1999.

 

‘Space News’ reports, Astronomy Quarterly, 1977-79, followed by ‘The Sky Above You’, monthly astronomy and spaceflight column in up to three parts, appearing May 1983-1993 in various newspapers and magazines at various times including Asgard, Dream Magazine, Eastern Counties Magazine, Free Space News, Infinity, International Spacereport, Interstel, New Moon, Rocket Review, Scottish Astronomers Group Magazine, Settlers' Sentinel, Spacefaring Gazette, Spacereport, Space Voyager, The Night Sky, The Sunday Sun (Newcastle), West Lancashire Evening Gazette, and more recently in The Southsider, Dalyan Kingfisher, Cosmic Aspects, now in AllSky News, Wyldwood Radio Magazine and The WORD on the Streets (quarterly), Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos (three times yearly), The Ayrshire Post (monthly since Autumn 2012) and Troon’s Going Out, monthly since 2014.

 

 

 

The Sky above You’ by Duncan Lunan, Segment 1.

 

108 articles 1983-1993, various newspapers and magazines.

 

 

The Sky above You’ by Duncan Lunan, Segment 2 Articles.

 

1. Amateur Involvement in Astronomy.

2. Starting Astronomy.

3. Space Travel and Astronomy – How to Get Involved.

4. Amateur Astronomers’ Experiences.

5. Amateur Reports.

6-8. Choosing a Telescope (1-3).

9-14. Using a Small Telescope (1-5).

15. Lunar Eclipses.

16. Amateur Interest in Spaceflight.

17. The Winter Stars.

18-19. Compass Points in the Sky (1-2).

20-21. Atmospheric refraction (1-2).

22-26. Co-ordinate Systems (1-5).

27-62. Observing the Stars (1-36).

63. Observing Halley’s Comet.

64. Comets.

65-68. Meteors and Meteorites (1-4).

69. The Perseid Meteors.

70. Observing the Autumn Meteors.

71-72. The Summer Solstice (1-2).

73-76. Astronomy in California (1-4).

77. Astronomy in New York.

78. The Southern Sky.

 

Astronomy and Space’ course, Marr College, Troon, Sept. 2012 – Mar. 2013.

 

(79. Using a Small Telescope – Glasgow Parks Astronomy Project, 1979).

80. Getting started in Astronomy.

81. Choosing a Telescope.

82. Using a Small Telescope.

83. How To Find the Constellations.

84. Observing the Stars.

85. Coordinate Systems.

86. Compass Points in the Sky.

87. An Introduction to the Planets.

88. The Moon.

89. Lunar and Solar Eclipses.

90. The Sun.

91. Mercury.

92. Venus.

93. Mars and its Moons.

94. Manned Mars Missions.

95. Asteroids.

96. Jupiter and its Moons.

97. Saturn and its Moons.

98. Uranus, Neptune and their Moons.

99. The Kuiper Belt.

100. Comets.

101. Atmospheric Refraction.

102. The Milky Way.

103. Stars and Nebulae.

104. Galaxies and cosmology.

105. Manned Spaceflight.

 

(More in preparation)

 

 

The Sky Above You’ News Articles

 

1. May 1983: News from Space.

2. June 1983: Cometary Flybys.

3. July 1983: Space Shuttle Progress.

4. Aug. 1983: The Planet in Taurus.

5. Sept. 1983: More News of Other Solar Systems.

6. Oct. 1983: Spacelab.

7. Nov. 1983: Space Probe News.

8. Dec. 1983: The Search for the Tenth Planet.

9. Jan. 1984: Evolution of Galaxies.

10. Feb. 1984: Astronomy and Space News.

11. Mar. 1984: Satellite Rescues.

12. Apr. 1984: Space Stations.

13. May 1984: Solar Studies.

14. June 1984: The Outer Planets.

15. July 1984: The Discovery Mission.

16. Aug. 1984: Are the Russians Going to Mars?

17. Sept. 1984: Nemesis and Bombardment.

18. Oct. 1984: Discovery Touchdown.

19. Nov. 1984: Challenger Liftoff.

20. Dec. 1984: the Galileo Mission.

21. Jan. 1985: Solar Mesosphere Explorer.

22/23. Feb./Mar 1985: The Red Planet (1-2).

24/25. Apr/May 1985: The Case for Mars (1-2).

26. June 1985: Halley’s Comet in Closeup.

27/28. July/Aug.1985: Space Manufacturing and Development (1-2).

29. Sept. 1985: The Argo Venture.

30. Oct. 1985: Project Starseed.

31. Nov. 1985: The Wonderful Mirror.

32. Dec. 1985: Halley’s Comet in Closeup.

33. Jan. 1986: 1986 in Space.

34. Jan. 1986: Voyager 2 and Uranus.

35. Feb. 1986: Challenger and the Future.

36. Mar. 1986: Voyager Photographs.

37. Apr. 1986: The First Look at Halley.

38. May 1986: The Waverider Update.

39/40. June/July 1986: Space Development Conference (1-2).

41. Aug. 1986: The Challenger Aftermath.

42. Sept. 1986: Soviet Space Stations.

43. Oct. 1986: Soviet Space Plans.

44. Nov. 1986: Pioneering the Space Frontier.

45. Dec. 1986: A Return to the Moon, Please.

46. Jan. 1987: The Neptune Options.

48. Feb. 1987: The Supernovae.

49. Mar. 1987: The Magellanic Supernova.

50. Apr. 1987: Magellanic Supernova – the Plot Thickens!

51. May 1987: The Soviet Booster.

52/53. June/July 1987: In the Interstellar Clouds (1-2).

54. Sept.1987: British National Space Centre. Incorporated into Spacereport.

55. Oct. 1987: The BNSC Crisis, contd..

56. Nov. 1987: The IAF Congress.

57. Jan. 1988: David Gregory.

58/59/60/61. Feb/Mar/Apr/May 1988: SETI at the IAF (1-4).

62. June 1988: Space Debris.

63. June 1988: The BNSC Problem Updated.

64. July 1988: Snowballs in the Sky.

65. Aug. 1988: The Soviet Space Shuttle.

66. Sept. 1988: The Waverider Update.

67. Sept. 1988: The Oldest Stones.

68. Oct. 1988: Moment of Discovery.

69. Nov. 1988: The Planet in Coma.

70. Dec. 1988: Nuclear Waste in Space.

71. Jan. 1989: News of the Supernova.

72. Feb. 1989: The Very Long Baseline.

73. Mar. 1989: Fire in the Sky (Io volcanoes).

74. May 1989: Magellan at Last.

75. June 1989: Back to the Comets.

76. July 1989: Mars in the 21st Century.

77. Aug. 1989: Here Comes Neptune.

78. Sept. 1989: Special report: The Neptune Encounter.

79. Oct. 1989: More on Neptune.

80. Nov. 1989: More Space News.

81. Dec. 1989: Shame About Solar Max.

82. Jan. 1990: Special Report: Earth Mission 2000.

83. Feb. 1990: Incoming Asteroid.

84. Mar. 1990: Space and Art.

85. Apr. 1990: Telescopes in Space.

86. May 1990: The Year of the Space Rescues.

87. June 1990: Of Telescopes and Mirrors.

88. Oct. 1990: Ulysses launch.

89. Dec 1990: Space News.

90. Jan 1991: The Weather on the Planets.

91. Feb 1991: Space News.

92. Mar 1991: Surprises on Venus (Magellan).

93. Apr 1991: Science Revisited (last IBM Heathrow Conference, held in London).

94. May 1991: The Temple of the Sky; Space News Update.

95. Jun 1991: Magellan results. Longer version ‘Planets and Probes’.

96. July1991: review, “Cosmic Perspectives”.

97. Aug. 1991: The Planet in Sagittarius.

98. Sep. 1991: review, “Too Hot to Handle”.

99. Oct. 1991: Crossroads in Space.

100. Nov. 1991: Project Starseed.

101. Dec. 1991: On the Ice-fields of Mercury.

102. Jan. 1992: Space News Update.

103. Feb. 1992: Humour in Science.

104. Mar. 1992: Rosetta, Are You Better?

105. Apr 1992: Review, “America at the Threshold”.

106. May 1992: Science on the Defensive.

107. June 1992: Hands Off our Moon!

108. Mar. 2003: Columbia, Pioneer 10, Galileo.

109. Aug. 2003: Mars probes.

110. Feb. 2004: Shenzhou, Closest Asteroid Yet Flies Past Earth, OWL - the Overwhelmingly Large Telescope.

111. June 2004: Concorde, the UK and the Planets.

112. Dec. 2004: Cassini and Huygens.

113-115. May 2005: Mars, Deep Impact, Titan at Last.

116. Dec 2005. Night sky only.

117-118. May 2006: Astronomy in Turkey, Current Space Missions (Stardust, New

Horizons, Cassini, Mars Express, Venus Express, Space Shuttle).

119-120. Jan. 2007: Public Observatories; SMART-1, Cassini, Pluto, Planemos.

121. Feb. 2007. Space Debris, reprinted Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, May 2007.

122. Feb. 2007. 20 Years of the Night Sky, Index.

123. Mar. 2007. Messenger, Venus Express, Mars Express, MRO, rovers, MGS,

Rosetta Mars flyby, New Horizons Jupiter flyby, Cassini, Dawn (Vesta and

Ceres), Barbara Morgan, Chinese ASAT test.

124. May 2007. Current Space Missions.

125. Dec. 2007. Messenger, Dawn, Mars rovers, Deep Space 1, Shuttle, ISS.

126. June 2008. Messenger, Opportunity, Venus Express, Deep Impact, Columbus,

SOHO, ASAT.

127. November 2008. Phoenix, Cassini-Enceladus, Space Shuttle, Hubble repair.

128. June 2009. Selene-Tycho, Phoenix, Mars methane, HST repair, extrasolar

planets.

129. November 2009. Venetia Phair-Burney.

130. November 2009. Galactic black holes, dark energy.

131. April 2010. US Space Policy, Pulsed Fusion.

132. July 2010. Hayabusa return.

133. Aug. 2010. Perseids, aurora.

134. September 2010. Sighthill Megalith, Meteosat Third Generation, Iridium-Next, Space Debris.

135. Jan. 2011. January constellations and planets.

136. Apr. 2011. Phobos, Lutetia, 2011 space missions, the oscillating Universe’, in press.

137. May 2011. Red Dwarfs and Dark Energy.

138. June 2011. Lunar Eclipses.

139. July 2011. Noctilucent Clouds.

140. Aug-Dec 2011. Juno, Dawn, Voyager, LRO-Tycho.

141. Aug. 2011. Dawn, Vesta and Ceres.

142. Sep. 2011. Solar Physics.

143. Oct. 2011. Draconid meteors.

144. Nov. 2011. Radio and Optical Astronomy.

145. Dec. 2011. Vesta and Pluto.

146. Jan. 2012. Phobos 2.

147. Mar. 2012. Auriga.

148. June 2012. Noctilucent clouds.

149. July 2012. Water under Mars.

150. August 2012. Perseid meteors.

151. Sept. 2012. Uranus Pathfinder.

152. Oct. 2012. Mars exploration update.

153. Nov. 2012. Coming Comets.

154. Dec. 2012. Geminid Meteors.

155. Jan. 2013. Quadrantid Meteors, Sighthill stone circle.

156. Feb. 2013. Coming comets, asteroid close pass, stone circle.

157. Mar. 2013. Moons of Pluto.

158. Apr. 2013. Sighthill and comets.

159. May 2013. Eclipses and comets.

160. June 2013. Summer solstice and supermoon at Sighthill and Ballochroy.

161. July 2013. Sighthill-related concerts.

162. Aug. 2013. Comet ISON, Juno, asteroid Ianbanks.

163. Sep. 2013. Spica occultation, Comet ISON.

164. Oct. 2013. Comet ISON.

165. Nov. 2013. Comet ISON.

166. Dec. 2013. Comet ISON.

167. Jan. 2014. Comet ISON, Quadrantid meteors.

168. Feb. 2014. National Astronomy Week, coming space probe encounters.

169. Feb-Mar. 2014. National Astronomy Week, Rosetta, Astronomers of the Future.

170. Mar. 2014. National Astronomy Week, Rosetta, Astronomers of the Future.

171. Late Mar.-June 2014. Seasons; Rosetta; Astronomers of the Future.

172. Apr. 2014. Ayrshire astronomy meetings.

173. May 2014. Meteor showers.

174. June 2014. Seasons.

175. July-Sep. 2014. Venus Express, conjunctions.

176. July 2014. Venus Express, Ceres and Vesta.

177. Aug. 2014. Venus Express update.

178. Sep. 2014. Mars probes and Rosetta.

179. Sep-Dec. 2014. Comets and probes.

180. Oct. 2014. Comet McNaught, lunar standstill.

181. Nov. 2014. Siding Spring, Philae.

182. Dec 2014 (1): Uranus storms, Philae.

183. Dec. 2014 (2): Uranus storms, Jupiter moons.

184. Dec. 2014 - Mar. 2015. Lunar standstill, Uranus storms, meteor showers.

185. Jan. 2015. Uranus storms, Rosetta, Dawn and New Horizons.

186. Jan. 2015(2). Fifth Comet Lovejoy.

187. Feb. 2015. Comet Lovejoy, Dawn and New Horizons.

188. Mar. 2015. Solar eclipse, Dawn.

189. Mar. 2015 (2). Dawn reaches Ceres.

190. Mar-June 2015. Eclipse, Dawn, New Horizons.

191. Apr. 2015. Dawn at Ceres.

192. May 2015. Lunar standstill.

193. May 2015 update.

194. June 2015. Dawn, New Horizons.

195. June 2015 (2). Noctilucent clouds, Dawn, New Horizons.

196. June 2015 (3). Europa Clipper.

197. July-Sep. 2015. Lunar events.

198. July 2015. New Horizons, noctilucent clouds.

199. Aug. 2015. New Horizons, Dawn and Rosetta.

200. Sep. 2015. Lunar events.

201. Sep-Dec 2015. Planetary conjunctions.

202. Oct. 2015 (1). Lunar events and planetary conjunctions.

203. Oct. 2015 (2). Lunar events and planetary conjunctions, expanded.

204. Nov. 2015. Three-planets conjunction, meteor showers.

205. Dec. 2015. Christmas standstill.

206. Dec-Mar. 2016. Christmas standstill.

207. Jan-Mar. 2016. Quadrantids, solar eclipse, Comet Catalina.

208. Late Dec-Jan 2016. Christmas standstill, Quadrantids, Comet Catalina.

209. Jan. 2016. Quadrantids, Comet Catalina.

210. Feb. 2016. Comets.

211. Feb 2016 (2). Altered Troon talks.

212. Late Mar-June 2016. Mercury transit.

213. Mar 2016. Comet LINEAR, SETI.

214. Apr 2016. Venus occultation.

215. May 2016. Mercury transit.

216. June-Sep 2016. Juno mission.

217. June 2016. Occultations and other events.

218. Late June-Sep 2016. Juno mission.

219. July 2016. Juno mission.

220. Aug 2016. Perseids, book launch.

221. Aug-Sep 2016. Juno arrival.

 

 

Short Stories, Novelettes & Novellas.

 

1. ‘Renaissance’, Glasgow University Magazine, 1964.

 

2. ‘The Moon of Thin Reality’, Galaxy, July 1970; illus. Jack Gaughan.

 

3. ‘Here Comes the Sun’, Galaxy, March 1971.

 

4. ‘Liaison Assignment’, Galaxy, April 1971; illus. Jack Gaughan.

 

5. ‘Falling through the World’, Galaxy, May-June 1971.

 

6. ‘The Galilean Problem’, Galaxy, September 1971.

 

7. ‘The Comet, the Cairn and the Capsule’, If, July-August 1972; translated in “Science Fiction Story Reader 8”, Germany, 1978 (see Books); reprinted in “The Science Fictional Solar System”, 1979 and “Comets”, 1986 (see Books); trans. Fenix Publications, Poland; Slovenian translation pending.

 

8. ‘Proud Guns to the Sea’, Analog, January 1973; illus. Kelly Freas.

 

9. ‘How to Blow Up an Asteroid’, If, November-December 1973.

 

10. ‘Derelict’, Amazing, April 1974; translated Nova, Italy, 1987; trans. Fenix Publications, Poland.

 

11. ‘The Day and the Hour’, Celtic Warrior, 1976, illus. Gavin Roberts; revised version “There Will Be War, Vol.5: Warrior”, Tor Books, 1986 (see Books); trans. Fenix Publications, Poland, reprinted in “With Time Comes Concord and other stories”, (see Books); republication in “The Elements of Time” (see Books), illustrated by Sydney Jordan.

 

Stories for ‘Lance McLane’ strip, Daily Record, drawn by Sydney Jordan:

 

12. ‘The Phoenix at Easter’, 1982-83; reprinted in “Jeff Hawke Vol. 19, H8061-8504”, Milano Libri Editione, Italy, 1987 (see Books); ‘Jeff Hawke H8169-8865’, Urania, Italy, 2008; Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 9 No. 3, January 2016.

 

13. ‘The Nest of the Phoenix’, 1983; reprinted in “Jeff Hawke Vol. 19, H8061-8504”, Milano Libri Editione, Italy, 1987 (see Books); ‘Jeff Hawke H8169-8865’, Urania, Italy, 2008; Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 9 No. 3, January 2016.

 

14. ‘I Talk to the Trees’, 1983-84; reprinted in “Jeff Hawke Vol. 19, H8061-8504 ”, Milano Libri Editione, Italy, 1987 (see Books); ‘Jeff Hawke H8169-8865’, Urania, Italy, 2008; Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, Vol. 9 No. 3, January 2016.

 

15. (with Lesley Hatch) ‘Asset-strippers’, 1984; reprinted in “Jeff Hawke Vol. 20, H8505-8865”, Milano Libri Editione, Italy, 1990 (see Books); ‘Jeff Hawke H8169-8865’, Urania, Italy, 2008; Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No. 1, in preparation.

 

16. ‘The Shark in the Clear Air’, 1984; reprinted in “Jeff Hawke Vol. 20, H8505-8865”, Milano Libri Editione, Italy, 1990 (see Books); ‘Jeff Hawke H8169-8865’, Urania, Italy, 2008; Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No. 1, in preparation.

 

17. ‘Pharaoh’s Army Got Drownded’, 1984-85; reprinted in “Jeff Hawke Vol. 20, H8505-8865”, Milano Libri Editione, Italy, 1990 (see Books); ‘Jeff Hawke H8169-8865’, Urania, Italy, 2008; Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No. 1, in preparation.

 

18. (with Gordon Dick) ‘Sails in the Red Sunset’, 1985; reprinted in ‘Jeff Hawke H8169-8865’, Urania, Italy, 2008; Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane collector’s edition Vol. 2”, Rosellini's Foundation for the Popular Arts, Italy, 2014 (see Books), Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No. 2, in preparation..

 

19. ‘Out of the Ecliptic’, 1987-88; reprinted in Fabio Manini, ed,, “Jeff Hawke, Lance McLane collector’s edition Vol. 1”, Rosellini's Foundation for the Popular Arts, Italy, 2014 (see Books), Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No. 3, in preparation.

 

20/21. (with Jim Campbell) ‘Dire Straits’; (with Gordon Dick) ‘Ice-Needle’. Both accepted but not published because strip ceased publication! Notes, Jeff Hawke's Cosmos, Vol. 10 No. 3, in preparation.

 

Short Stories contd.:

 

22. ‘Verdict of History’, Dream Magazine, July 1987; reprinted West Coast Magazine, No.8 (June 1991); trans. Fenix Publications, Poland; reprinted in Gary Gibson, ed., “With Time Comes Concord and other stories”, op cit; republication in “The Elements of Time” (see Books), illustrated by Sydney Jordan.

 

23. ‘The Great Australian Vampyre’, New Moon, September 1987.

 

24/25. ‘Tirra Lirra, by the River, Sang Sir Lancelot’; ‘Landscape Modification in the Vicinity of Highgate Cemetery’; both in “The Drabble Project”, vol. 1, 1988 (see Books.)

 

26. ‘The Square Fella’, (abridged version) The Glasgow Herald, April 1st 1989; full version in “Starfield”, 1989 (see Books); trans. Fenix Publications, Poland.

 

27. ‘In the Arctic, Out of Time’, sold in Germany but not used because magazine ceased publication! Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, July 1989, illus. Bob Walters; trans. Fenix Publications, Poland, reprinted in “With Time Comes Concord and other stories”, op cit; republication in “The Elements of Time” (see Books), , illustrated by Sydney Jordan.

 

28. ‘Conventional Weapons’, commissioned and accepted by George Hay for anthology, 1990, not published because publisher cancelled project! Russian trans., no details known.

 

29. ‘Last Days in the Nanotech War’, optioned 1991 for “There Will Be War, Vol. 10”, ed. John F. Carr, not published because series ended! Shoreline of Infinity No. 2, 7th December 2015, illustrated by Michael Dabrowski.

 

30. ‘With Time Comes Concord’, Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, September 1993; illus. Sydney Jordan, reprinted in “With Time Comes Concord and other stories”, op cit; republication in “The Elements of Time” (see Books).

 

31. ‘Glasgow’s Forgotten Castles’, read at Word Dogs, 13th Note, Glasgow, 3rd December 2008; Shoreline of Infinity, 2016, in press.

 

32. ‘Riding the Fire’, in “With Time Comes Concord”, op cit; republication in “The Elements of Time” (see Books), illustrated by Sydney Jordan.

 

33. ‘Faces Bearing the Stamp of Time’, in “With Time Comes Concord”, op cit; republication in “The Elements of Time” (see Books), illustrated by Sydney Jordan.

 

34. ‘Galileo at the High Frontier’, in Laura Smith, ed., “To Arrive at Where We Started”, Centre for Contemporary Arts, August 2012; republication in “The Elements of Time” (see Books), illustrated by Sydney Jordan.

 

35. 'Demon', 40p Magazine, March 2016.

 

36. 'I Believe that This Nation Should Commit Itself', in Neil Williamson, ed., “Thirty Years of Rain”, Glasgow Science Fiction Writers' Circle 30th anniversary anthology, in press.

 

37. ‘Subsidised Housing’, Shoreline of Infinity, on offer.

 

38. 'Many Small Steps for a Man', Shoreline of Infinity, on offer.

 

 

 

Editorial and Critical

 

Marr College Magazine (school): Sub-editor, 1962, Editor, 1963.

 

Space Outlook, (European Space Association): Editor, nos. 1-4, 1977-79.

 

Spacereport, (ASTRA, quarterly): Editor, 1981-82, editorial committee, 1986 onwards; Editor, June 1991-1995, 2001, 2004.

Asgard, (ASTRA, occasional), on editorial committee, 1990 onwards; Editor, November 1991 to 1999, July 2001, June to November 2002.

 

New International Spacereport, No. 2, November 2002.

 

Edited: “Starfield: science fiction by Scottish writers”, Orkney Press, 1989. Contributors include Edwin Morgan, Naomi Mitchison, Alasdair Gray, Chris Boyce, Angus McAllister, Archie Roy and Donald Malcolm, plus Glasgow Herald competition finalists (see below.) Cover by Sydney Jordan, introduction by Angus MacVicar. Trans. Fenix, Poland.

 

Science fiction critic of The Glasgow Herald, 1971-1985.

 

Profiles of Brian Aldiss and Chris Boyce for the Glasgow Herald, Chris Boyce profile reprinted in Invention Programme Book with Bibliography, 1983; appreciations of Anne McCaffrey for Albacon 85 Programme Book, Joe Haldeman for Albacon III Programme Book (1986), Harry Harrison for Xiicon Programme Book (1986), Chris Boyce for Albacon 87 Progress Report. Contributor to “Twentieth Century Science Fiction Writers”, St. James Press, Chicago, 1985 (one essay, on Charles Chilton); 3rd edition, eds. Noelle Watson & Paul E. Schellinger, 1991 (three essays, on Charles Chilton, Naomi Mitchison, Joe Haldeman).

 

Organiser, the Glasgow Herald/Albacon SF short story competition, 1986-92. Winners published in The Glasgow Herald with introductory articles. First three winners and four of first three years’ runners-up appear in “Starfield” (see above); another runner-up with introductory article in Albacon 87 Programme Book; one winner with introductory article in “New Writhings in SF”, Glasgow SF Writers Circle, 1988.

 

Organiser of book review panels for various science fiction conventions, likewise poetry readings (also for 1st Edinburgh Science Festival).

 

Occasional nonfiction book reviews for the Glasgow Herald, Space Policy and Concatenation; ‘Shelfspace’ nonfiction reviews for Space Outlook, 1977-79, Spacereport, Asgard, Cosmic Aspects, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos (ongoing). Drama review, Jordanhill College, May 1983.

 

‘Lance McLane summary’, commissioned by Sydney Jordan for Lucca exhibition catalogue, 1998.

 

‘Hawke’s Notes’ for Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, magazines, Supplement and books, 2003-2004, ongoing; illus. Sydney Jordan.

 

Introduction, Neil Williamson, ed., “Thirty Years of Rain”, Glasgow SF Writers’ Circle 30th anniversary anthology, in press.

 

 

Music

 

Folk music articles and reviews for local papers, 1965-81, Glasgow University Magazine, 1965, and for The Glasgow Herald and The Broadsheet, 1984; most recent, review of David Proffitt Memorial Concert, Portsmouth, for The Scottish Folk Diary, January 1990.

 

Several folk music parodies on science fiction/fantasy themes and more serious songs, four of them (‘Space and Scotland’, ‘The Falklands Arthur Macbride’ with John Braithwaite, ‘Hercules’ with Linda Lunan, ‘Mythcon XV’ with Leigh Ann Hussey), in Gytha North, ed., “The Old Grey Wassail Test”, Beccon Publications, 1987.

 

‘Campaign Song for Dark Skies’, International Spacereport, June 1994; reprinted Scottish Astronomers Group Magazine, July 2002.