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The Gods Themselves by Isaac Asimov - 1986
The Demolished Man by
Alfred Bester - 1986
What Mad Universe by
Fredric Brown - 1986
A Princess of Mars / At the Earth's Core by
Edgar Rice Burroughs - 1986
Downbelow Station by
C.J. Cherryh - 1986
2001: A Space Odyssey by
Arthur C. Clarke - 1986
The Einstein Intersection by
Samuel R. Delany - 1986
To Your Scattered Bodies Go by
Philip Jose Farmer - 1986
Kampus by
James Gunn - 1986
The Black Cloud by
Fred Hoyle - 1986
The Dispossessed by
Ursula K. Le Guin - 1986
Gateway by
Frederik Poul (signed edition) - 1986
The Time Machine by
H.G. Wells - 1986
The War of the Worlds by
H.G. Wells - 1986
This Immortal by
Roger Zelazny - 1986
Hothouse by
Brian W. Aldiss - 1987
Tau Zero by
Poul Anderson - 1987
Stand on Zanzibar by
John Brunner - 1987
Mission of Gravity by
Hal Clement - 1987
Dune by
Frank Herbert - 1987
Solaris by
Stanislaw Lem - 1987
Before Adam by
Jack London - 1987
Bring The Jubilee by
Ward Moore - 1987
Odd John by
Olaf Stapledon - 1987
The Humanoids by
Jack Williamson - 1987
The Foundation Trilogy by
Isaac Asimov (earlier signed edition) - 1988
The Foundation Trilogy by
Isaac Asimov (later not signed version) - 1988
Dandelion Wine by
Ray Bradbury - 1988
Rogue Moon by
Algis Budrys - 1988
Fountains of Paradise by
Arthur C. Clarke - 1988
Lest Darkness Fall by
L. Sprague De Camp - 1988
The Man in the High Castle by
Philip K. Dick - 1988
Dorsai! by
Gordon R. Dickson - 1988
Forever War by
Joe Haldeman - 1988
The Big Time by
Fritz Leiber - 1988
Dragonflight by
Anne McCaffrey (signed edition) - 1988
Ringworld by
Larry Niven - 1988
A Time of Changes by
Robert Silverberg - 1988
Way Station by
Clifford Simak - 1988
The World of A (Null) by
A. E. Van Vogt - 1988
The Dragon Masters by
Jack Vance - 1988
Around the World in 80 Days by
Jules Verne - 1988
Timescape by
Gregory Benford - 1989
Case of Conscience by
James Blish - 1989
The Kinsman Saga by
Ben Bova - 1989
The Martian Chronicles by
Ray Bradbury (signed edition) - 1989
The Poison Belt by
Arthur Conan Doyle - 1989
Mortal Gods by
Jonathan Fast - 1989
Stranger in a Strange Land by
Robert A. Heinlein - 1989
More Than Human by
Theodore Sturgeon - 1989
From the Earth to the Moon by
Jules Verne - 1989
Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by
Kate Wilhelm - 1989
The Shadow of The Torturer by
Gene Wolfe - 1989
The Day of the Triffids by
John Wyndham - 1989
Blood Music by
Greg Bear - 1990
Speaker for the Dead by
Orson Scott Card - 1990
They'd Rather Be Right by
Mark Clifton - Frank Riley - 1990
Deathbird Stories by
Harlan Ellison - 1990
Neuromancer by
William Gibson - 1990
Fury by
Henry Kuttner - 1990
The Cyberiad by
Stanislaw Lem - 1990
The Shrinking Man by
Richard Matheson - 1990
Dreamsnake by
Vonda N. McIntyre - 1990
Man Plus by
Frederik Pohl - 1990
Venus of Dreams by
Pamela Sargent -1990
The Snow Queen by
Joan D. Vinge - 1990
The Sirens of Titan by
Kurt Vonnegut - (signed edition) - 1990
The Invisible Man by
H.G. Wells - 1990
Macrolife by
George Zebrowski - 1990
The Crystal World  by
J. G. Ballard - 1991
No Enemy but Time by
Michael Bishop - 1991
Fahrenheit 451 by
Ray Bradbury - 1991
The Listeners by
James E. Gunn - 1991
The Wanderer by
Fritz Leiber - 1991
Beyond Apollo by
Barry N. Malzberg - 1991
The Mote in God's Eye by
Larry Niven and Jerry Pournell - 1991
Rite of Passage by
Alexei Panshin - 1991
Stardance by
Spider Robinson and Jeanne Robinson - 1991
Dying Inside by
Robert Silverberg (signed edition) - 1991
Hyperion by
Dan Simmons - 1991
The Skylark of Space by
Edward E. Smith - 1991
Earth Abides by
George R. Stewart - 1991
Babel-17 by
Samuel Delany - 1992
Invasion of The Body Snatchers by
Jack Finney - 1992
She by
H. Rider Haggard - 1992
The Paradox Men by
Charles L. Harness - 1992
Left Hand of Darkness by
Ursula K. Le Guin (signed edition) - 1992
This is the Way the World Ends by
James Morrow - 1992
Animal Farm by
George Orwell - 1992
Nineteen Eighty Four by
George Orwell - 1992
Door Into Ocean by
Joan Slonczewski - 1992
Bug Jack Barron by
Norman Spinrad - 1992
The Year of The Quiet Sun by
Wilson Tucker - 1992
The Embedding by
Ian Watson - 1992
Doomsday Book by
Connie Willis - 1992
Helliconia Spring by
Brian W. Aldiss - 1993
The Alteration by
Kingsley Amis - 1993
Moving Mars by
Greg Bear - 1993
The Postman by
David Brin - 1993
Ender's Game by
Orson Scott Card (signed edition) - 1993
Rendezvous with Rama by
Arthur C. Clarke - 1993
On Wings of Song by
Thomas M. Disch - 1993
When Gravity Falls by
George Alec Effinger - 1993
Final Blackout by
L. Ron Hubbard - 1993
The Dead Zone by
Stephen King - 1993
The Dunwich Horror and Others by
H.P. Lovecraft - 1993
The Claw of the Conciliator by
Gene Wolfe - 1993
We by
Yevgeny Zamyatin - 1993
Macroscope by
Piers Anthony - 1994
Startide Rising by
David Brin - 1994
Out of The Silent Planet by
C.S. Lewis - 1994
The Moon Pool by
A. Merritt - 1994
A Canticle for Leibowitz by
Walter M. Miller Jr. - 1994
The Female Man by
Joanna Russ - 1994
Islands in the Net by
Bruce Sterling - 1994
Slan by
A.E. Van Vogt (signed edition) - 1994
Lord of Light by
Roger Zelazny - 1994
Flatland A Romance of Many Dimensions by
Edwin Abbott - 1995
Tarzan of The Apes by
Edgar Rice Burroughs - 1995
Childhood's End by
Arthur C. Clarke - 1995
Lost World by
Conan Arthur Doyle - 1995
Flowers for Algernon by
Daniel Keyes - 1995
Rosemary's Baby by
Ira Levin - 1995
Jem by
Frederik Pohl - 1995
The Terminal Experiment by
Robert Sawyer - 1995
City by
Clifford Simak - 1995
The Island of Dr. Moreau by
H.G. Wells - 1995
Rogue Queen by
L. Sprague de Camp - 1996
The Sword of Lictor by
Gene Wolfe - 1996
The Hitchhiker's Guide to The Galaxy by
Douglas Adams - 1998
A Clockwork Orange by
Anthony Burgess - 2000
Green Mars by
Kim Stanley Robinson - 2000
Brute Orbits by
George Zebrowski - 2000
Falling Free by
Lois McMaster Bujold - 2001
The Moon and the Sun by
Vonda N. McIntyre - 2001
The Healer's War by
Elizabeth Ann Scarborough - 2001
Forever Peace by
Joe Haldeman - 2002
The Diamond Age by
Neal Stephenson - 2002
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by
Philip K. Dick - 2008
Science Fiction is the fictional portrayal of scientific subjects in books, comics, movies, television, and other media. Science Fiction can cover a broad range of subjects such as time travel, space travel, alien species, fictional inventions, and scientific discoveries. Other genres such as horror, mystery, action, romance and even comedy can contain elements of science fiction. Historically Science Fiction dates back to the ancient Greeks as seen in books such as Vera Historia by Greek author Lucian. Science Fiction in the modern sense began in the 18Th century with classic stories such as Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift displaying the basic imagination that forms a foundation for modern Science Fiction. During the 19Th century, science fiction developed into what could truly be a separate genre. Perhaps the one author who could best be credited with pioneering modern Science Fiction is Jules Verne. It was in the classic books by Jules Verne that readers first saw science fiction used to predict scientific and technological inventions of the future. Jules Verne was able to predict space travel, submarines, and aerial bombing in books such as 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1870) and From the Earth to the Moon (1865). He also fictionalized geology in Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864). Following Jules Verne, were popular authors who again expanded the subjects in science fiction such as H. G. Wells. With his exceptional novels such as The Invisible Man, The Time Machine, and War of the Worlds, H. G. Wells helped usher Science Fiction into the 20Th century.

As real life science and technology has progressed, so has science fiction with it. Through out the 20Th century, growing interest and fascination with technology and science has increased the popularity of science fiction media. Examples of this can be seen in the popularity of authors such as Arthur C. Clark, Michael Crichton, Ray Bradbury, and others. With the introduction of television and motion pictures, Science Fiction found an excellent platform to expand. Some great examples of Science Fiction's success in film and television are Star Trek, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, The Terminator series, and The Matrix.

While Science Fiction has seen dramatic growth over the previous two centuries, it is likely that this is only the beginning of it's rise in popularity. With the increased use of technological devices in the everyday lives of average people we see an expansion of subjects suited to Science Fiction. While Science Fiction was seen as a genre for a minority of geeks in the early 20Th century, today geeks are becoming the majority in society.
Easton Press Masterpieces of Science Fiction
The following are books published by the Easton Press in the Masterpieces of Science Fiction series. The
Masterpieces of Science Fiction series includes both author signed and unsigned titles. Some titles were
published as an author signed edition for a time period and unsigned for another time period.