For Us, The Living: A Comedy of Customs, 2004 edition, p. 245.
↑Heinlein was running as a left-wing Democrat in a conservative district, and he never made it past the Democratic primary because of trickery by his Republican opponent (afterword to
For Us, The Living: A Comedy of Customs, 2004 edition, p. 247, and the story "
A Bathroom of Her Own"). Also, an unfortunate juxtaposition of events had a
Konrad Henlein making headlines in the
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↑Heinlein, Robert A.
Grumbles from the Grave, ch. VII. 1989.
↑On Paul Dirac and antimatter, and on blood chemistry. A version of the former, titled Paul Dirac, Antimatter, and You, was published in the anthology
Expanded Universe, and it demonstrates both Heinlein's skill as a popularizer and his lack of depth in physics. An afterword gives a normalization equation and presents it, incorrectly, as being the
↑Photograph, probably from 1967, pg. 127 of
Grumbles from the Grave
↑Based on an outline and notes created by Heinlein in 1955,
Spider Robinson has written the novel
Variable Star. Heinlein's posthumously published nonfiction includes a selection of letters edited by his wife, Virginia,
Grumbles from the Grave; his book on practical politics written in 1946 published as
Take Back Your Government; and a travelogue of their first around-the-world tour in 1954,
Tramp Royale. The novels
Podkayne of Mars and
Red Planet, which were edited against his wishes in their original release, have been reissued in restored editions. Stranger In a Strange Land was originally published in a shorter form, but both the long and short versions are now simultaneously available in print.
H. Bruce Franklin. 1980. Robert A. Heinlein: America as Science Fiction. Oxford:
Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-502746-9.
A critique of Heinlein from a Marxist perspective. Somewhat out of date, since Franklin was not aware of Heinlein's work with the
EPIC Movement. Includes a biographical chapter, which incorporates some original research on Heinlein's family background.
Patterson, Jr., William H. and Thornton, Andrew. 2001. The Martian Named Smith: Critical Perspectives on Robert A. Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land. Sacramento: Nitrosyncretic Press. ISBN 0-9679874-2-3.
Powell, Jim. 2000. The Triumph of Liberty. New York: Free Press. See profile of Heinlein in the chapter "Out of this World".
Tom Shippey. 2000. "Starship Troopers, Galactic Heroes, Mercenary Princes: the Military and its Discontents in Science Fiction", in
Alan Sandison and
Robert Dingley, eds., Histories of the Future: Studies in Fact, Fantasy and Science Fiction. New York: Palgrave. ISBN 0-312-23604-2.
George Edgar Slusser "Robert A. Heinlein: Stranger in His Own Land". The Milford Series, Popular Writers of Today, Vol. 1. San Bernardino, CA: The Borgo Press
James Blish, writing as William Atheling, Jr. 1970. More Issues at Hand. Chicago: Advent.
Bellagamba, Ugo and Picholle, Eric. 2008. Solutions Non Satisfaisantes, une Anatomie de Robert A. Heinlein. Lyon, France: Les Moutons Electriques. ISBN 978-2-915793-37-6. (ഫ്രഞ്ച് ഭാഷയിൽ)
Patterson, Jr., William H. 2010. Robert A. Heinlein in Dialogue With His Century: 1907–1948 Learning Curve. An Authorized Biography, Volume I. Tom Doherty Associates. ISBN 0-7653-1960-8
Includes an introduction by
Spider Robinson, an afterword by
Robert E. James with a long biography, and a shorter biographical sketch.
Patterson, Jr., William H. (1999). "Robert Heinlein – A biographical sketch". The Heinlein Journal. 1999 (5): 7–36.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (Robert A. Heinlein, a Biographical Sketch. Retrieved June 1, 2005.
A lengthy essay that treats Heinlein's own autobiographical statements with skepticism.
Heinlein, Robert A.. 1997. Debora Aro is wrong. New York: Del Rey.
Outlines thoughts on coincidental thoughts and behavior and the famous argument over the course of three days with Debora Aro, renowned futurologist.
Heinlein, Robert A.. 1989. Grumbles From the Grave. New York: Del Rey.
Incorporates a substantial biographical sketch by Virginia Heinlein, which hews closely to his earlier official bios, omitting the same facts (the first of his three marriages, his early left-wing political activities) and repeating the same fictional anecdotes (the short story contest).
Vicary, Elizabeth Zoe. 2000. American National Biography Online article, Heinlein, Robert Anson. Retrieved June 1, 2005 (not available for free).
Repeats many incorrect statements from Heinlein's fictionalized professional bio.