I've read the first two Library of America collections, so:
The Man in the High Castle | The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch | Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? | Ubik | Martian Time-Slip | Dr. Bloodmoney | Now Wait for Last Year | Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said | A Scanner Darkly
Also read The Man Who Japed and The Penultimate Truth. I wonder if The Man Who Japed was an inspiration for the Simpson's episode The Telltale Head.
I have Time Out of Joint, Eye in the Sky, and Deus Irae (co-written with Roger Zelazny) so those will be the next ones I read.
I have all the short story collections, but I've only read around 30 of the 121 stories.
Know anything about his first published novel? It sounds fun:
In this future, the president is chosen at random by a lottery, and then once that choice is made, the candidate must prove their toughness by fending off assassins, as viewers watch all of this unfold on television. Normally this process is rigged, but not for Cartwright, our new President-elect, who quickly figures out the killers know how to get around his psychic bodyguards.
How's this for a book cover?
Or this? (I have no idea what this book is about.
lol, I don't know if that is brilliant or horrible.