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Bibliography

Novels

  • The Secret Country, Ace, 1985. [cover] [annotations]
  • The Hidden Land, Ace, 1986. [cover] [annotations]
  • The Whim of the Dragon, Ace, 1989. [cover] [annotations]
  • Tam Lin, Tor Books, March 1991. [cover] [annotations] [amazon]I’ve essentially run out of copies, and am not accepting further orders for this, see detailed note at the top of this page.
  • The Dubious Hills, Tor Books, April 1994. The covers on the paperback [cover] [amazon] and the hardcover [cover] [amazon] are quite different. That little strip at the right edge of the paperback is all that remains of the hardcover artwork (and the image of the book is used on the back).
  • Juniper, Gentian, and Rosemary, Tor books hardcover, May 1998. [cover]. [Amazon]Tor trade paperback released May 1999. [Amazon]

    This book is an expansion and, inevitably, an alteration of the short story of the same title. The short story will give away one major plot point, but can’t spoil any of the subplots of the novel because they aren’t in the short story at all. The book is based loosely on Child Ballad #1, “Riddles Wisely Expounded,” which will give away the same aspect of the plot.

  • The Secret Country trilogy, Firebird books reissue, November-December 2003.
    The Secret Country [cover] [amazon]
    The Hidden Land [cover] [amazon]
    The Whim of the Dragon [cover] [amazon]
  • Tam Lin, Firebird reissue, August 2006. Trade-size paperback. [cover] [amazon]

Short Fiction

  • “The Green Cat,” in Liavek, edited by Will Shetterly and Emma Bull, Ace, 1985.
  • “Two Houses in Saltigos,” in Liavek: The Players of Luck, edited by Will Shetterly and Emma Bull, Ace, 1986.
  • “Paint the Meadows with Delight,” in Liavek: Wizard’s Row, edited by Will Shetterly and Emma Bull, Ace, 1987.
  • “The Last Part of the Tragic History of Acrilat,” in Liavek: Spells of Binding, edited by Will Shetterly and Emma Bull, Ace, 1988.Note that while this story deals with the preoccupations of the Benedicti family (also chronicled in all my other Liavek stories), to actually discover what happened you’ll want to read Patricia Wrede’s “Mad God” in the same volume.
  • “Spells of Binding,” (a less than successful sonnet), in Liavek: Spells of Binding, edited by Will Shetterly and Emma Bull, Ace, 1988.
  • “A Necessary End,” in Liavek: Festival Week, edited by Will Shetterly and Emma Bull, Ace, 1990.
  • “Juniper, Gentian, and Rosemary,” in Things That Go Bump in the Night, edited by Jane Yolen and Martin H. Greenberg, Harper & Row, 1989.This story is expanded into the novel of the same name, just out from Tor as of early May 1998.
  • “Owlswater,” in Xanadu, edited by Jane Yolen, Tor Books, 1993. [amazon]This story is a sort of historical footnote to the three Secret Country books but can be read on its own.
  • “This Fair Gift,” in Sisters in Fantasy 2, edited by Susan Shwartz and Martin H. Greenberg. ROC Books, April 1996. [amazon]
  • “Cousins,” in Firebirds Rising, edited by Sharyn November. Firebird books, August 2006. [cover] [amazon]

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