Order of Edgar Rice Burroughs Books
Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950) was an American novelist of adventure, fantasy, science fiction, western and romance novels. He is best known for his Tarzan and John Carter of Mars characters. Burroughs began writing fiction when he thought he could at least write as good as the pulp fiction magazine writers at the time.
Edgar Rice Burroughs’ first novel was Tarzan of the Apes, published in 1912. Below is a list of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ books in order of when they were originally published (as well as in chronological order):
Publication Order of Tarzan Books
Publication Order of John Carter Of Mars Books
Chronological Order of John Carter Of Mars Books
Chronologically, Llana of Gathol comes before John Carter of Mars.
Publication Order of Mucker Books
Chronological Order of Mucker Books
Publication Order of Caspak Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Pellucidar Books
|At the Earth's Core||(1922)|
|Tanar of Pellucidar||(1929)|
|Tarzan at the Earth's Core||(1930)|
|Back to the Stone Age||(1937)|
|Land of Terror||(1944)|
Chronological Order of Pellucidar Books
When reading this series in chronological order, switch Savage Pellucidar and Land of Terror around.
Publication Order of Moon Books
Publication Order of Venus Books
|Lost on Venus||(1933)|
|Pirates of Venus||(1934)|
|Carson of Venus||(1937)|
|Escape on Venus||(1946)|
|The Wizard of Venus||(1970)|
Chronological Order of Venus Books
Pirates of Venus comes before Lost on Venus in chronological order.
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Plays
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: A Princess of Mars was also published as Under the Moons of Mars. The Return of the Mucker is also titled The Man Without a Soul. Beyond Thirty is also known as The Lost Continent. The Eternal Lover was also published under the title The Eternal Savage. The Land of the Hidden Men is also titled Jungle Girl. Jungle Tales of Tarzan is also known as Tarzan’s Jungle Tales. Pirate Blood was written under the pseudonym of John Tyler McCulloch.