Stern (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1962; London: Deutsch, 1963);
Far From the City of Class, and Other Stories (New York: Frommer-Pasmantier, 1963);
A Mother’s Kisses (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1964; London: Cape, 1965);
Black Angels (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1966; London: Cape, 1967);
Scuba Duba; A Tense Comedy (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1968);
The Dick (New York; Knopf, 1970; London: Cape, 1971);
Steambath (New York; Knopf, 1971);
About Harry Towns (New York, 1974; London: Cape, 1975);
The Lonely Guys Book of Life (New York; McGraw-Hill, 1978);
Let’s Hear It for a Beautiful Guy, and Other Works of Short Fiction (New York: Fine,
1984, 1984);
Tokyo Woes (New York: Fine, 1985; London: Abacus, 1986);
The Current Climate (New York: Atlantic Monthly, 1989);
The Slightly Older Guy (New York; Simon & Schuster, 1995);
The Collected Short Fiction of Bruce Jay Friedman (New York; Fine, 1995);
A Father’s Kisses (New York; Fine, 1996);
Even the Rhinos Were Nymphos: Collected Nonfiction (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2000).

23 Pat O’Brien Movies (one-act), produced on a triple bill with The Floor, by May
Swenson, and Miss Pete, by Andrew Glaze, New York, American Place Theatre, 11 May 1966;
Scuba Duba: A Tense Comedy, New York, New Theatre, 10 October 1967;
A Mother’s Kisses, New Haven, 21 September 1968;
Steambath, New York, Truck and Warehouse Theatre, June 1970;
First Offenders, with Jacques Levy, New York, 1973;
A Foot in the Door, New York, American Place Theatre,1979;
Have You Spoken to Any Jews Lately? New York, American Jewish Theatre, 1995.

Stir Crazy, motion picture, Columbia, 1980;
Doctor Detroit, by Friedman, Carl Gottlieb, and Robert Borris, motion picture, Universal, 1983;
The Lonely Guy
, motion picture, Universal, 1984;
Splash!, by Friedman, Lowell Ganz, and Babaloo Mandel, motion picture, Buena Vista, 1984.

“Pebble in his shoe,” Esquire, 126 (July 1996); 90-93
“Fit as a Fiddle,” TriQuarterly, 103 (Fall 1998); 120-124.