Retrofitting Blade Runner: Issues in Ridley Scotts Blade Runner and Philip K. Dicks Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
, edited by Judith B. Kerman and published by Bowling Green State University Popular Press in 1991, contains an extensive annotated bibliography by Blade Runner expert William M. Kolb. This is generally considered the most exhaustive bibliography ever compiled on Blade Runner (and is only a shortened version of Kolb’s massive unpublished 150,000 word bibliography). Retrofitting Blade Runner was republished in a 2nd Edition in 1997, and a number of new entries were added to the existing bibliography. A more up to date annotated bibliography can be found here. However, this bibliography is limited to books and articles held in the UC Berkeley Library. Another extensive bibliography can be found here. An on-going project, this bibliography contains 438 entries in numerous languages (German and English are the most prevalent), some of which were published as recently as February, 2009. The following may also prove to be of interest: 2019: Off-World (www.scribble.com/uwi/br; 1996-2005) Amer