Growing up my favorite writer was Robert A. Heinlein. Heinlein is still my sentimental favorite and I routinely reread Heinlein as nostalgic trips into my childhood memories. Growing up in the 1960s Heinlein was part of the big three of science fiction writers that included Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke. To many baby boomers, Heinlein still defines science fiction, especially the twelve juvenile novels he wrote for Charles Scribner’s Sons between 1947 and 1958.
Over the years I keep writing about Heinlein, so I thought I’d collect them all in one place.
- The Many Robert Heinleins We Remember – Robert A. Heinlein Volume 2 – Review
- How Famous is Robert A. Heinlein Outside the Science Fiction Genre?
- Starman Jones, Then and Now
- The Fall of Robert A. Heinlein and the Fading Final Frontier
- Robert A. Heinlein – In Dialogue with His Century – 1907-1948 by William H. Patterson, Jr.
- Orphans of the Sky by Robert A. Heinlein
- Heinlein’s 13th Scriber’s Novel
- Red Planet by Robert A. Heinlein
- The Cat Who Walks Through Walls
- Heinlein on Audio
- What Was Heinlein’s Most Loved Story?
- Have Space Suit-Will Travel