IN THIS SECTION:
The "Primary Bibliography" sub-sections list only stories and articles by Larry Niven. Other stories, articles and games concerning Known Space are listed in sub-sections following.
This bibliography is intended as a quick reference. For more information, see the exhaustive bibliography of all Larry Niven's works at Known Space: The Future Worlds of Larry Niven.
Titles of accounts (stories) in the Known Space canon are given in boldface
Bibliography in Publishing Order
The Man-Kzin War Series
Larry Niven edits a series of shared-universe stories set in Known Space during the period of the Man-Kzin Wars. Following is a list of the contents of books in this series. Stories by Larry Niven are canonical, and will be indexed in this Concordance; the others are not. 
All volumes are from Baen Books.
Adaptations & Miscellany
"The Slaver Weapon", TV episode; Star Trek— The Animated Series; script by Larry Niven, adapted from his "The Soft Weapon"; Paramount Studios; Dec 1973
"The Slaver Weapon", novelization of the TV episode; Star Trek Log #10, by Alan Dean Foster; Del Rey Books, paperback; 1978
"Introduction: The Known Space Series", article; The Great Science Fiction Series, ed. Frederik Pohl, Martin H. Greenberg & Joseph D. Olander; Harper & Row, hardcover; 1980
"The Wristwatch Plantation", newspaper comic strip; Star Trek; story (involving Kzinti) by Sharman DiVono & Larry Niven, art by Ron Harris; Los Angeles Times Syndicate; March 1-July 17, 1982
Larry Niven's Ringworld— The Authorized Roleplaying Game, boxed game; contains four booklets (8 1/2" x 11"): Creatures Book, Explorer Book, Gamemaster Book, Technology Book; plus supplemental material; narrative text by John Hewitt; Chaosium, 1984
The Ringworld Companion, supplement for the Ringworld Roleplaying Game; narrative text by John Hewitt; Chaosium, booklet (8 1/2" x 11"); 1984
"Louis Wu & His Motley Crew", scenario for the Ringworld Roleplaying Game; by Ed Gore; Different Worlds #37; Chaosium, gaming magazine; Nov/Dec 1984
"A.R.M.— A Tale of Known Space", graphic adaptation, adapted by Bill Spangler; Adventure Comics, Malibu Graphics Inc.; Sep, Oct, Nov 1990.
"The Defenseless Dead— A Tale of Known Space", graphic adaptation; Adventure Comics, Malibu Graphics; Feb, Mar, Apr 1991.
"Ringworld— Revenge of the Patriarch", computer game; Tsunami Media, Inc., 1993 (Best described as an "interactive story", rather than a "game".)
"The Jigsaw Man", graphic adaptation; Deepest Dimension Terror Anthology #2, limited-edition comic book, Revolutionary Comics; August 1993
"Return to Ringworld", computer game; Tsunami Media, Inc., 1994 (Another interactive story; sequel to "Revenge of the Patriarch".)
"The Ringworld Throne", graphic adaptation (excerpts), by Richard Corben; Omni Comics I, #3; Oct/Nov 1995
Ringworld, audio book; Blackstone Audio Books, read by Patrick Cullen; January 1996
Ringworld, audio book; Books On Tape, read by Connor O'Brien; 1997
Ringworld Engineers, audio book; Books on Tape, read by Connor O'Brien; 1997
Protector, audio book; Books on Tape, read by Connor O'Brien; 1998
Copyright notice: All characters, settings and situations relating to Known Space and the Man-Kzin Wars are copyright by Larry Niven, and are used here with his kind permission. The Known Space books and stories are copyright © 1964 through 2010 by Larry Niven (and where appropriate, also his collaborators). Fleet of Worlds, Juggler of Worlds, Destroyer of Worlds and Betrayer of Worlds copyright © 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 by Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner.
Quotes and information from the Ringworld Roleplaying Game and the Ringworld Companion are copyright © 1984 by John Hewitt. "Telepath’s Dance" copyright © 1998 by Hal Colebatch. "The Niven Project" copyright © 2004, 2008 by Aerospace Imagineering & Aldo Spadoni.