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Seekers of Tomorrow, "Isaac Asimov"
by Sam Moskowitz, World, 1966, pp. 249-265.
In Search of Wonder, "Asimov and Empire"
by Damon Knight, Advent Publishers, 1967, pp. 90-94.
The Asimov Science Fiction Bibliography
compiled by M. B. Tepper, Chinese Ducked Press, 1970.
The Universe Makers, "The Decline and Fall of the Galactic Empire"
by Donald A. Wollheim, Harper & Row, 1971.
Asimov Analyzed
by Neil Goble, Mirage, 1972.
Isaac Asimov: A Checklist of Works Published in the United States, March 1939-May 1972
by Marjorie M. Miller, Kent State University Press, 1972.
The Science Fiction of Isaac Asimov
by Joseph F. Patrouch, Jr., Doubleday, 1974.
Words and Their Masters, "Isaac Asimov"
by Israel Shenker, Doubleday, 1974, pp. 253-255.
Asimov's Foundation Trilogy and Other Works: Notes, Including Life of the Author, an Overview of Asimov's Science Fiction, Categories of Science Fiction, Analyses of the Works
by L. David Allen consulting editor, James L. Roberts, Cliffs Notes, c1977
Isaac Asimov
edited by Joseph D. Olander and Martin Harry Greenberg, Taplinger Pub. Co., 1977.
Speaking of Science Fiction: The Paul Walker Interviews
by Paul Walker, Luna Publications, 1978.
Dream Makers: Interviews by Charles Platt, "Isaac Asimov"
by Charles Platt, Berkley, 1980.
Isaac Asimov
by Jean Fiedler and Jim Mele. Ungar, c1982.
Isaac Asimov, the Foundations of Science Fiction
by James Gunn, Oxford University Press, 1982.
Isaac Asimov, the Foundations of Science Fiction (Revised and Updated Edition)
by James Gunn, Scarecrow Press, 1996.
Isaac Asimov - Scientist and Storyteller
by Ellen Erlanger, Lerner Publications Co., c1986.
Isaac Asimov
by Donald M. Hassler, Starmont House, 1989.
Isaac Asimov, Reader's Guide 40
by Donald M. Hassler, 1991.
Isaac Asimov
by William F. Touponce, Twayne Publishers, 1991.
Isaac Asimov: an Annotated Bibliography of the Asimov Collection at Boston University
by Scott E. Green, Greenwood Press, 1995.
Yours, Isaac Asimov: a Lifetime of Letters
edited by Stanley Asimov, Doubleday, 1995.


"Mike Wallace asks Prof. Isaac Asimov"
The New York Post, Oct. 8, 1957
"Master of None"
Neil Goble, Analog, Feb. 1962.
"Isaac Asimov, Genius in the Candy Store"
Sam Moskowitz, Amazing, Apr. 1962, 66-77.
"You Can't Beat Brains"
L. Sprague De Camp, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, XXXI (Oct. 1966), 32-35.
Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, XXXI (Oct. 1966)
special Asimov Anniversary edition.
(newspaper article)
Harvey Aronson, Newsday, Mar. 18, 1967.
"The Translator"
Time, XC (July 7, 1967), 55-56.
"He's One for the Books"
Sidney Fields, New York Daily News, Oct. 4, 1967.
"Dr. Asimov's 5-Foot Shelf"
Mark Howat, The Record, Apr. 25, 1968.
"The TV and Dr. A"
Greg Bear, Luna, No. 1 (June 1969), 5.
"Isaac Asimov, Man of 7,560,000 Words"
Lewis Nichols, New York Times Book Review, Aug. 3, 1969, 8, 28.
"Asimov's Hundred"
Paul Nathan, Publishers' Weekly, CXCVI (Aug. 25, 1969), 270.
"A Thinking Woman's Philtre"
Judy-Lynn Benjamin, Luna, No. 5 (Oct. 1969), 14-17.
"The Amazing Asimov"
Herbert Kenny, The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, Oct. 12, 1969.
"The War Against Your Children"
Max Rafferty, Orlando Sentinel, Oct. 22, 1969.
"Coming of the Humanoids: Android Fiction"
N. P. Huxley, Commonweal, XCI (Dec. 5, 1969), 297-300.
"Scientific Enquiry" a Boston Interview with Isaac Asimov
Boston, LXI (Dec. 1969), 51-54, 82-86, 89-90.
"ESFA Open Meeting-1970"
The WSFA Journal, No. 73 (Sept.-Nov. 1970), 11-22.
"Amazing Mr. Asimov"
P. Farrell, Writer's Digest, LIII (July 1973), 20-22.
"Keeping Posted"
Saturday Evening Post, CCXLVI (Jan. 1974), 6.
"It's an Asimovalanche! The One Man Book-A-Month Club Has Just Published His 179th"
People Magazine, Nov. 22, 1976, 110-112, 117-118.
"Backward, March!"
Forbes, CXIX (Apr. 1, 1977), 74.
"Asimov, the Human Writing Machine"
J. L. Collier, Reader's Digest, CXI (Aug. 1977), 123-126.
"What Makes Isaac Write?"
Time, CXIII (Feb. 26, 1979), 79.
"Asimov at 200"
T. Lask, New York Times Book Review, Jan. 28, 1979, 43.
"Science and American Society"
F. Jerome, Current, CCXXXVII (Nov. 1981), 3-10. Also Environment, XXIII (Sept. 1981), 25-30.
"A Conversation with Isaac Asimov"
F. Kendig, Psychology Today, XVII (Jan. 1983), 42-47.
"Isaac Asimov: Modern-Day Renaissance Man"
J. Walsh, The Humanist, XLIV (July/Aug. 1984), 5.
"Asimov Is Celebrating 300th Book's Publication"
E. McDowell, The New York Times, Dec. 17, 1984, C13.
"A Conversation With Isaac Asimov"
Earl G. Ingersoll, Science Fiction Studies XIV, (Mar. 1987).
"Science Fiction and High Art"
Donald M. Hassler, Extrapolation, XXVIII (Summer 1987), 187-193.
"Isaac Asimov and Science Friction"
C. Taylor, The Los Angeles Times, Feb. 7, 1988, Calendar 22-23.
"Some Asimovian References from the Enlightenment"
Science Fiction Studies, XV (Mar. 1988), 36-47.
"The Protean Penman"
S. Kaufer, Time, CXXXII (Dec. 19, 1988), 80-82.
"Isaac Asimov Speaks"
The Humanist, XLIX (Jan./Feb. 1989), 5-13.
"Scientists Say Asimov Put the Stars in Their Eyes"
Sheldon Teitelbaum, The Los Angeles Times, April 8, 1992, E1.
"Isaac Asimov: Master of Future Scenarios"
Michael Schrage, The Los Angeles Times, April 9, 1992, D1.
"Requiem: Isaac Asimov 1920-1992"
K. Ferrell, Omni, XIV (June 1992), 22.
"Giants Fall"
L. David, Ad Astra, IV (July/Aug. 1992), 11.
"Isaac Asimov"
K. Frazier, Skeptical Inquirer, XVII (Summer 1992), 351.
"Asimov's Vision"
A. Dane, Popular Mechanics, CLXIX (Aug. 1992), 96.
"Isaac Asimov"
Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, LXXXIII (Aug. 1992), 5.
"Interview with Isaac Asimov"
Amazing Stories, Oct. 1992
"A Celebration of Isaac Asimov: a Man For the Universe"
Skeptical Inquirer, XVII (Fall 1992), 30-47.
"The Legacy of Isaac Asimov"
P. D. Hutcheon, The Humanist, LIII (Mar./Apr. 1993), 3-5.
"Isaac Asimov: a One-Man Renaissance"
B. Chambers, The Humanist, LIII (Mar./Apr. 1993), 6-8.
"Asimov's Laws of Robotics: Implications for Information Technology", part 1
Computer, Dec. 1993, 53-61.
"Asimov's Laws of Robotics: Implications for Information Technology", part 2
Computer, Jan. 1994, 57-65.

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