Bibliography

(last updated on 27 January 2019)

STAND ALONE NOVELS
● Mother of Demons, September 1997
● Slow Train to Arcturus, October 2008 with Dave Freer
● Mountain Magic, January 2006, an anthology including a new short novel,- “Diamonds Are Forever”, with Ryk Spoor; a reissue of Old Nathan, by David Drake; and a reissue of Henry Kuttner’s four “Hogben” stories.
● The Gods of Sagittarius, May 2017, with Mike Resnick
● The Alexander Inheritance, July 2017, with Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett
● Iron Angels, September 2017, with Alistair Kimble
● Council of Fire, November 2019, with Walter H. Hunt

THE ASSITI SHARDS (which includes the 1632 Series)
● 1632, February 2000
● 1633, August 2002, with David Weber
● 1634: The Galileo Affair, April 2004, with Andrew Dennis
● 1634: The Ram Rebellion, May 2006, with Virginia DeMarce and others
● 1634: The Baltic War, May 2007, with David Weber
● 1634: The Bavarian Crisis, October 2007, with Virginia DeMarce
● 1635: A Parcel of Rogues, January 2016, with Andrew Dennis
● 1635: The Cannon Law, October 2006, with Andrew Dennis
● 1635: The Dreeson Incident, December 2008, with Virginia DeMarce
● 1635: The Eastern Front, October 2010
● 1635:The Papal Stakes, August 2013
● 1636: The Saxon Uprising, April 2011
● 1636: The Kremlin Games, June 2012, with Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett
● 1636: The Devil’s Opera, October 2013, with David Carrico
● 1636: Commander Cantrell in the West Indies, June 2014, with Charles Gannon
● 1636: The Viennese Waltz,  November 2014, with Paula Goodlett and Gorg Huf
● 1636: The Cardinal Virtues, July 2015, with Walter H. Hunt
● 1636: The Ottoman Onslaught
, January, 2017
●1636: Mission to the Mughals, April 2017, with Griffin Barber
●1636: The Vatican Sanction, December 2017, with Charles E. Gannon
●1637: The Volga Rules, February 2018, with Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett
● 1637: The Polish Maelstrom, April 2019
● 1636: The China Venture, September 2019
● Ring of Fire, an anthology of stories set in the 1632 universe, January 2004
● Ring of Fire II, an anthology of stories set in the 1632 universe, January 2008
● Ring of Fire III, an anthology of stories set in the 1632 universe, July 2011
● Ring of Fire IV, an anthology of stories set in the 1632 universe, May 2016

● Grantville Gazette. There are so far eight volumes of the Gazette in paper editions. There are also 87 volumes in electronic edition. These are stories set in the 1632 series universe.

● Time Spike, May 2008, with Marilyn Kosmatka. (This novel is part of the Assiti Shards setting but is only indirectly connected to the 1632 series.)

THE JOE’S WORLD SERIES
● The Philosophical Strangler, May 2001
● Forward the Mage, March 2002, with Richard Roach
● A Desperate & Despicable Dwarf, (forthcoming, no date yet)
● Sword on Canvas, (forthcoming, no date yet), with Richard Roach
● The Thumbs of Eternity, (forthcoming, no date yet)

THE BELISARIUS SERIES
● An Oblique Approach, March 1998, with David Drake
● In the Heart of Darkness, August 1998, with David Drake
● Destiny’s Shield, July 1999, with David Drake
● Fortune’s Stroke, June 2000, with David Drake
● The Tide of Victory, July 2001, with David Drake
● The Dance of Time, February 2006, with David Drake
● “The Islands,” novella set in the Belisarius series, in Warmasters, an anthology, May 2002, with David Drake and David Weber
☼ The Belisarius series was reissued in an omnibus trilogy, with two novels in each volume:
● Belisarius I: Thunder at Dawn, September 2008
● Belisarius II: Storm at Noontide, March 2009
● Belisarius III: The Flames of Sunset, August 2009
☼ ‘THE GENERAL’ Follow-on series:
● The Tyrant, April 2002, with David Drake. This is the direct sequel to The Reformer, by David Drake and S.M. Stirling

THE JAO EMPIRE SERIES
● The Course of Empire, September 2003, with K.D. Wentworth
● The Crucible of Empire, March 2010, with K.D. Wentworth
● The Span of Empire, September 2016, with David Carrico

THE BOUNDARY SERIES
● Boundary, March 2006, with Ryk Spoor
● Threshold, June 2010, with Ryk Spoor
● Portal May 2013 and, with Ryk Spoor
● Castaway Planet. February, 2015, with Ryk Spoor
● Castaway Odyssey, October 2016, with Ryk E. Spoor

THE HEIRS OF ALEXANDRIA SERIES
● The Shadow of the Lion, March 2002, with Mercedes Lackey & Dave Freer
● This Rough Magic, November 2003, with Mercedes Lackey & Dave Freer
● Much Fall of Blood, May 2010, with Mercedes Lackey & Dave Freer
● Burdens of the Dead, June 2013, with Mercedes Lackey & Dave Freer
● All the Plagues of Hell. (December 2018), with Dave Freer
● The Great Doom’s Image, (forthcoming, no date yet), with Mercedes Lackey
NOTE: There is also a solo novel by Dave Freer in this series, A Mankind Witch, which was published in July 2005. In terms of the chronology of the series, it comes between Shadow of the Lion and This Rough Magic.

THE KARRES SERIES
(sequels to James H. Schmitz’s The Witches of Karres)
● The Wizard of Karres, August 2004, with Mercedes Lackey and Dave Freer
● The Sorceress of Karres, January 2010, with Dave Freer

THE RATS, BATS & VATS SERIES
● Rats, Bats & Vats, September 2000, with Dave Freer
● The Rats, The Bats & The Ugly, September 2004, with Dave Freer
▪ “Genie Out of the Bottle,” with Dave Freer. This is a novella which appeared in Cosmic Tales II: Adventures in Far Futures (edited by T.K.F. Weisskopf). It’s the prequel to the two novels in the series.

THE PYRAMID SERIES
● Pyramid Scheme, October 2001, with Dave Freer
● Pyramid Power, August 2007, with Dave Freer

THE TRAIL OF GLORY SERIES
● The Rivers of War, 2005. This was retitled 1812: The Rivers of War for the paperback edition.
● 1824: The Arkansas War, 2006
NOTE: A third novel in the series is under contract, but no publication date is yet known.

DEMON RIFT SERIES
● The Demons of Paris, April 2019, with Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett
● The Demons of Constantinople (forthcoming)

IN THE HONOR HARRINGTON UNIVERSE
▪ “From the Highlands”(short novel), in More than Honor #3: Changer of Worlds, March 2001, with David Weber
▪ “Fanatic,” (novella) in The Service of the Sword, the fourth Harrington anthology, April 2003, compiled by David Weber
● Crown of Slaves, September 2003, with David Weber
● Torch of Freedom, November 2009, with David Weber
● Cauldron of Ghosts, April 2014, with David Weber

SHORT FICTION
▪ “Entropy and the Strangler,” (short story), in Writers of the Future Volume IX, edited by Dave Wolverton, September 1993
▪ “The Thief and the Roller Derby Queen,” (short story), in The Chick is in the Mail, edited by Ester Friesner, October 2000
▪ “Carthago Delenda Est,” (novella), in Foreign Legions, edited by David Drake, June 2001
▪ “The Truth About the Gotterdammerung,” (short story), in Turn the Other Chick, edited by Ester Friesner, November 2004
▪ “Red Fiddler,” with Dave Freer (short story), in Bedlam’s Edge, edited by Mercedes Lackey and Rosemary Edghill, 2005
▪ “A Soldier’s Complaint,” (short story), in This is My Funniest 2, edited by Mike Resnick, 2007
▪ “Crawlspace,” with Dave Freer (novelette), in Jim Baen’s Universe, edited by Eric Flint, April 2007
▪ “The Realm of Words,” (novelette), in Jim Baen’s Universe, edited by Eric Flint, June 2007
▪ “The Witch’s Murder,” with Dave Freer (novelette), in The Dragon Done It, edited by Eric Flint and Mike Resnick, March 2008
▪ “Pirates of the Suara Sea,” with Dave Freer (short story), in Fast Ships, Black Sails, edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, 2008
▪ “Conspiracies: A Very Condensed 937-Page Novel,” with Mike Resnick (short story), in Sideways in Crime, edited by Lou Anders, June 2008
▪ “The Flood Was Fixed,” (short story), in Something Magic This Way Comes, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Sarah Hoyt, 2008
â–ª “Operation Xibalba,” (novelette), in Multiverse: Exploring Poul Anderson’s Worlds, edited by Greg Bear and Gardner Dozois, April 2014
â–ª “In the Matter of Savinkov” (novella) in The Aethers of Mars, May 2014
â–ª “Sanctuary” (short novel) in By Tooth and Claw, edited by Bill Fawcett, April 2015.
â–ª “A Flat Affect” (short story) in Onward, Drake!, edited by Mark L. Van Name, October 2015
â–ª “Up on the Roof” (novella) in Black Tide Rising, edited by John Ringo and Gary Poole, June 2016

ANTHOLOGIES OF SHORT FICTION
● Worlds, February 2009
● Worlds II, August 2018

AS EDITOR
● The World Turned Upside Down, January 2005, with David Drake and Jim Baen.
● The Best of Jim Baen’s Universe, July 2007
● The Best of Jim Baen’s Universe II, with Mike Resnick, July 2008
● The Dragon Done It, with Mike Resnick, March 2008
☼ CHRISTOPHER ANVIL: (complete works in eight volumes)
● Pandora’s Legions, February 2002
● Interstellar Patrol, April 2003
● Interstellar Patrol II: The Federation of Humanity, March 2005
● The Trouble With Aliens, August 2006
● The Trouble With Humans, August 2007
● War Games, December 2008
● Rx For Chaos, February 2009
● The Power of Illusion, October 2010
☼ RANDALL GARRETT:
● Lord Darcy, July 2002
☼ TOM GODWIN:
● The Cold Equations and Other Stories, April 2003
☼ KEITH LAUMER:
● Retief, January 2002
● Odyssey, March 2002
● Keith Laumer: The Lighter Side, May 2002
● A Plague of Demons & Other stories, February 2003
● Future Imperfect, May 2003
● Legions of Space, October 2004
● Imperium, May 2005
● The Long Twilight & Other Stories, February 2007
● Earthblood & Other Stories, January 2008
● The Universe Twister, October 2008
☼ MURRY LEINSTER:
● Med Ship: The Complete Stories, August 2002, with Guy Gordon
● Planets of Adventure, October 2003, with Guy Gordon
● A Logic Named Joe & Other Stories, June 2005, with Guy Gordon
☼ HOWARD L. MYERS (complete works in two volumes)
● The Creatures of Man, May 2003, with Guy Gordon
● A Sense of Infinity, July 2009, with Guy Gordon
☼ JAMES H. SCHMITZ (complete works in seven volumes)
● Telzey Amberdon, April 2000, with Guy Gordon
●
TnT: Telzey & Trigger Together, July 2000, with Guy Gordon
● Trigger & Friends, January 2001, with Guy Gordon
● The Hub: Dangerous Territory, April 2001, with Guy Gordon
● Agent of Vega & Other Stories, November 2001, with Guy Gordon
● The Eternal Frontier, September 2002
● The Witches of Karres, July 2004
☼ A. E. VAN VOGT:
● Transgalactic, October 2006, with David Drake