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  1. Best of Philip K Dick by Philip K. Dick, 1978-02-12
  2. The Philip K. Dick Collection by Philip K. Dick, 2009-10-15
  3. Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick by Philip K. Dick, 2002-11-05
  4. The Philip K. Dick Reader by Philip K. Dick, 2001-04-01
  5. Philip K. Dick: Four Novels of The 1960s / The Man in the High Castle / The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldrich / Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? / Ubik (Library of America No. 173) by Philip K. Dick, 2007-05-10
  6. Our Friends from Frolix 8 by Philip K. Dick, 2003-03-11
  7. Now Wait for Last Year by Philip K. Dick, 1993-06-29
  8. The Skull by Philip K. Dick, 2009-12-12
  9. The Eye of The Sibyl and Other Classic Stories (The Collected Short Stories of Philip K. Dick, Vol. 5) by Philip K. Dick, 2000-12-01
  10. The Simulacra by Philip K. Dick, 2002-05-14
  11. The Selected Letters of Philip K. Dick, 1980-82 by Philip K. Dick, 2010-06-01
  12. Confessions of a Crap Artist by Philip K. Dick, 1992-06-30
  13. We Can Remember It for You Wholesale (The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick, Vol. 2) (Vol 2) by Philip K. Dick, 2002-04-01
  14. Time Out of Joint by Philip K. Dick, 2002-05-14

1. Philip K. Dick, Science Fiction Writer And Composer
Philip Kindred Dick December 16, 1928 (Chicago, Illinois) March 2, 1982 (Santa Ana, California) Novels. Dick, Philip K., Solar Lottery, Ace, New York, 1955.
Philip Kindred Dick
December 16, 1928 (Chicago, Illinois) - March 2, 1982 (Santa Ana, California)
Dick, Philip K.,
Solar Lottery, Ace, New York, 1955. (aka World of Chance
The World Jones Made,
Ace, New York, 1956.
The Man Who Japed, Ace, New York, 1956.
Eye in the Sky, Ace, New York, 1957.
The Cosmic Puppets, Ace, New York, 1957.
Time Out of Joint, Lippincott, New York, 1959.
Dr. Futurity, Ace, New York, 1960.
Ace, New York, 1960.
The Man in the High Castle, Putnam, New York, 1962. Hugo
The Game-Players of Titan,
Ace, New York, 1963. The Martian Time-Slip, Ballantine, New York, 1964. The Penultimate Truth, Belmont-Tower, New York, 1964. The Simulacra, Ace, New York, 1964. Clans of the Alphane Moon, Ace, New York, 1964. Dr. Bloodmoney; or, How We Got Along After the Bomb, Ace, New York, 1965. The Three Stimata of Palmer Eldritch, Doubleday, New York, 1965. Now Wait for Last Year, Doubleday, New York, 1966. The Crack in Space, Ace, New York, 1966. The Unteleported Man, Ace, New York, 1966. The Ganymede Takeover, Ace, New York, 1967. (with Ray Nelson)

2. Dick, Philip K. (Philosophistry)
Philip Dhingra's blog Philip K. Dick, scifi god who inspired Total Recall, Blade Runner, and Minority Report, had this to say

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Philip K. Dick, sci-fi god who inspired Total Recall, Blade Runner, and Minority Report, had this to say... But I consider that the matter of defining what is real that is a serious topic, even a vital topic. And in there somewhere is the other topic, the definition of the authentic human. Because the bombardment of pseudo-realities begins to produce inauthentic humans very quickly, spurious humans as fake as the data pressing at them from all sides. My two topics are really one topic; they unite at this point. Fake realities will create fake humans. Or, fake humans will generate fake realities and then sell them to other humans, turning them, eventually, into forgeries of themselves. So we wind up with fake humans inventing fake realities and then peddling them to other fake humans. It is just a very large version of Disneyland. You can have the Pirate Ride or the Lincoln Simulacrum or Mr. Toad's Wild Ride you can have all of them, but none is true. In my writing I got so interested in fakes that I finally came up with the concept of fake fakes. For example, in Disneyland there are fake birds worked by electric motors which emit caws and shrieks as you pass by them. Suppose some night all of us sneaked into the park with real birds and substituted them for the artificial ones. Imagine the horror the Disneyland officials would feel when they discovered the cruel hoax. Real birds! And perhaps someday even real hippos and lions. Consternation. The park being cunningly transmuted from the unreal to the real, by sinister forces. For instance, suppose the Matterhorn turned into a genuine snow-covered mountain? What if the entire place, by a miracle of God's power and wisdom, was changed, in a moment, in the blink of an eye, into something incorruptible? They would have to close down.

3. Philip K. Dick - Science Fiction Author - Official Site
Official site of science fiction author, Philip K. Dick. October 7, 2010 Press Release Philip K. Dick's AwardWinning The Man in the High Castle to be adapted for the BBC!
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4. Dick, Philip K
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United States Genres SCIENCE FICTION What can you say about Philip K. Dick? He is a curious fellow in the sci-fi genre. Either he is not known at all or he is a god in the eyes of those who have. He even has a wikipedia page Dick shares the same time period as the modern masters, Herbert ( Dune ) Asimov ( I Robot ) and Heinlein ( Stranger In a Strange Land ), though his works are a bit less known, but that is changing. A trip to the used book store reveals that his works never stay on the shelves, especially the short stories, and if you don't know anyone at the store, apparantly, you're out of luck. He put out a dizzying amount of work during his life and quite frankly, we'll have to change Fictionarium's site to accommodate it! I had a feeling of this as I had picked up a number of short story collections by him and they never had the same story. By no means did he skimp on the novels, either. There are almost too many to count, again check out the Wiki page Many of his works have been made into films, like

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6. Philip K. Dick - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
US sciencefiction writer. His works often deal with religion and the subjectivity of reality. His protagonists are often alienated individuals struggling to retain their integrity
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Philip Kindred Dick
Philip K. Dick Born December 16, 1928
Chicago, Illinois , United States Died March 2, 1982
Santa Ana, California
, U.S. Pen name Richard Philips
Jack Dowland Occupation Novelist, essayist, short story writer Nationality American Genres Science fiction
Speculative fiction

Notable work(s) Ubik Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and The Man in the High Castle Influences Heidegger Flaubert A. E. van Vogt James Joyce ... Spinoza Influenced Terry Gilliam Jean Baudrillard Slavoj Žižek David Cronenberg ... Philip Kindred Dick (December 16, 1928 – March 2, 1982) was an American novelist, short story writer, and essayist whose published work was almost entirely in the science fiction genre. Dick explored sociological, political and metaphysical themes in novels dominated by monopolistic corporations authoritarian governments , and altered states . In his later works, Dick's thematic focus strongly reflected his personal interest in metaphysics and theology . He often drew upon his own life experiences and addressed the nature of drug abuse paranoia and schizophrenia , and transcendental experiences in novels such as A Scanner Darkly and VALIS The novel The Man in the High Castle bridged the genres of alternate history and science fiction, earning Dick a

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8. Dick (Philip K.) A Scanner Darkly
LotDick (Philip K.) A Scanner Darkly, Lot Number164, Starting Bid 75, AuctioneerBloomsbury Auctions, AuctionEnglish Literature and History, Date400 AM PT Jan 22nd, 2009

9. Philip K. Dick Books, Science Fiction And More.
A long one page listing of the author s works.
Philip K Dick Books, pictures, specials and more can be found at Zack Wood

10. Dick Philip K -
Detailed profile of Dick Philip K from The world's first computer generated encyclopedia.
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11. Dick, Philip K. - Kenneth Turan (review Date 21 June 2002): Short Story Criticis
Kenneth Turan (review date 21 June 2002) SOURCE Turan, Kenneth. “A Walk in the Dark Steven Spielberg Gets All Creepy in Minority Report, But Tom Cruise Keeps Things Human.”

12. Big Bill S PKD Stuff
Some background on PKD and an extensive bibliography.

13. Philip K. Dick - Author - Official Biography - Science Fiction
Page within the official website of science fiction author, Philip K. Dick.
Philip K. Dick
By Lawrence Sutin
Here is a subtle but startling irony: in several of his best novels, Philip K. Dick - world-famous as a science-fiction writer and hence, by definition, a creator of futuristic worlds - set his narratives in the late twentieth century, an epoch we left behind with great pomp in the celebration of the New Millennium. And yet the novels, and the stories, and the essays of Dick seem as futuristic as ever, which is to say - as vitally relevant to our own time as only great literature can be.
Science Fiction Visionary
Since his untimely death at age 53, there has been an extraordinary growth of interest in his writings, which during his lifetime were largely ignored by serious mainstream critics and readers. Such is no longer the case, and the novels of Philip K. Dick frequently appear on university curricula devoted to modern American literature. But that is only the beginning of the transformation. Since 1982, when Ridley Scott's Blade Runner (based on Dick's novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?) made its debut, eight feature films based on Dick's fiction have appeared, the other seven being

14. Uchronia: The Man In The High Castle
Dick, Philip K. The Man in the High Castle. SFBC (cover art by Tony Gleeson). Dick, Philip K. The Man in the High Castle. Translated to the French as Le Ma tre du Haut

15. Philip K. Dick In Science Fiction
List of science fiction novels which contain references to Dick, or in which he is a character.

16. Philip K. Dick (1928 - 1982) - Find A Grave Memorial
Birth Dec. 16, 1928 Death Mar. 2, 1982 Writer. Born prematurely, he was one of a set of fraternal twins. The other, Jane, died when they were six weeks old.

17. The Man In The High Castle - SHOP.COM
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20. Philip K. Dick - IMDb
Philip Kindred Dick was born in Chicago in December 1928, along with a twin sister, Jane. Jane died less than eight weeks later, allegedly from an allergy to mother's milk
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March 2 (age 53) in Santa Ana, California, USA 1 video 535 news articles
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Blade Runner (1982) Minority Report (2002) Total Recall (1990) A Scanner Darkly (2006)
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