Having been asked to talk on the topic "Shakespeare and Science Fiction" to an Honors Seminar, I have attempted to compile an applicable bibliography to distribute to those attending. I have checked the Shaksper archives, searched the Internet, and spoken with science fiction buffs (I have able to acquire most everything listed in the bibliography). The bibliography appears below. If I have omitted works of which list members are aware, I would appreciate people emailing me to let me know what work(s) I have missed. In the list below, I have not included Shakespearean references found in Star Trek or any of the original series' spin-offs; those are readily found at any number of sites on the Internet (I will include them in my final bibliography). I have also left off a theatrical piece title RETURN TO THE FORBIDDEN PLANET: SHAKESPEARE'S LOST ROCK AND ROLL MUSICAL, for while I was able to find the lyrics, I have been unable to find the script. Thank you, in advance, for any help. Larry Barkley Anderson, Poul. A Midsummer Tempest. New York: Ballantine Books, 1974. Asimov, Isaac. "The Immortal Bard." Isaac Asimov: The Complete Stories, Volume 1. New York: Broadway Books, 1990. Benford, Gregory. "Not of an Age." Weird Tales from Shakespeare. Ed. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw Books, 1994. 277-291. The Chase. By Terry Nation. Dir. Richard Martin, Douglas Camfield, Producers Verity Lambert. Doctor Who. BBC. BBC1. 22 May - 26 June 1965. The City of Death. By "David Agnew" (David Fisher, Douglas Adams and Graham Williams). Dir. Michael Hayes. Dr. Who. BBC. 29 September - 20 October 1979. Elliot, Kate. "My Voice is in My Sword." Weird Tales from Shakespeare. Ed. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw Books, 1994. 301-318. Feist, Raymond E. Faerie Tale. New York: Bantam, 1989. (More Fantasy than Sci-Fi) The Forbidden Planet. Dir. Fred McLeod Wilcox. Perf. Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen. 1956. DVD. Warner Home Video, 2006. Friesner, Esther M. "Titus." Weird Tales from Shakespeare. Ed. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw Books, 1994. 170-191. Kerr, Katharine and Martine H. Greenberg. Weird Tales from Shakespeare. New York: Daw Books, 1994. Lane, Andy. The Empire of Glass. Virgin Missing Adventures Ser. London: Virgin Books, 1995. Malzberg, Barry and Bill Pronzini. "Shakespeare MCMLXXXV." The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Nov. 1982. Martine-Barnes, Adrienne. "The Elements So Mixed." Weird Tales from Shakespeare. Ed. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw Books, 1994. 292-300. O'Donohoe, Nick. Too, Too Solid Flesh. Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1989. Oakley, Jack. "The Tragedy of KL." Weird Tales from Shakespeare. Ed. Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw Books, 1994. 89-101. Planet of Evil. By Louis Marks. Dir. David Maloney. Dr. Who. BBC. 27 September - 18 October 1975. (The story was inspired by the movie Forbidden Planet and Robert Louis Stevenson's novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde). "The Shakespeare Code." By Gareth Roberts. Dir. Charles Palmer. Dr. Who. BBC One. 7 April 2007. Simak, Clifford. Shakespeare's Planet. New York: Berkley Medallion, 1976. _______________________________________________________________ S H A K S P E R: The Global Shakespeare Discussion List Hardy M. Cook, editor@shaksper.net The S H A K S P E R Web Site