Celia S. Friedman

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Celia S. Friedman
Born January 12, 1957
NYC
Pen name C. S. Friedman
Occupation writer/teacher
Nationality United States
Genres Science fiction, fantasy

www.csfriedman.com

Celia S. Friedman (born January 12, 1957) is a writer of science fiction and fantasy.

To date she has published ten novels, several short stories, and a sourcebook for White Wolf's Vampire: The Masquerade role-playing game. Originally a costume designer by trade, Friedman began her publishing career in 1986, and quit costuming in 1996 to write full-time.[1] She was nominated for the John W Campbell award for Best New Writer in 1988,[2] her novel This Alien Shore was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year in 1998,[3] and The Coldfire Trilogy was a finalist for NPR's Science Fiction and Fantasy Vote.[4]

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No. Title Release date ISBN Comments
The Braxi/Azea duology
1 In Conquest Born April 1986 ISBN 0-88677-198-6 paperback with two covers, each the reverse of the other
April 1989 hardcover; Science Fiction Book Club edition
August 1992 ISBN 0-09-960690-9 paperback; UK edition
November 2001 ISBN 0-7564-0043-0 paperback; 15th anniversary edition – includes a new intro and glossary.
May 15, 2012 audiobook
2 The Wilding July 2004 ISBN 0-7564-0164-X hardcover
July 2005 ISBN 0-7564-0202-6 paperback
May 15, 2012 audiobook
The Coldfire trilogy
  Dominion January 9, 2012 eBook; prequel to trilogy
1 Black Sun Rising October 1991 ISBN 0-88677-485-3 hardcover
March 1992 hardcover; SFBC edition
September 1992 ISBN 0-88677-527-2 first paperback printing
September 2005 ISBN 0-7564-0314-6 trade paperback
May 15, 2012 audiobook
2 When True Night Falls September 1993 ISBN 0-88677-569-8 hardcover
December 1993 hardcover; SFBC edition
August 1994 ISBN 0-88677-615-5 paperback
October 2005 ISBN 0-7564-0316-2 trade paperback
May 15, 2012 audiobook
3 Crown of Shadows October 1995 ISBN 0-88677-664-3 paperback
February 1996 hardcover; SFBC edition
July 1996 ISBN 0-88677-717-8 paperback
November 2005 ISBN 0-7564-0318-9 trade paperback
May 15, 2012 audiobook
The Magister trilogy
1 Feast of Souls January 2007 ISBN 0-7564-0432-0 hardcover
February 2008 ISBN 0-7564-0463-0 paperback
May 15, 2012 audiobook
2 Wings of Wrath February 3, 2009 ISBN 0-7564-0535-1 hardcover
February 2, 2010 ISBN 0-7564-0594-7 paperback
May 15, 2012 audiobook
3 Legacy of Kings August 23, 2011 ISBN 0-7564-0693-5 hardcover
September 4, 2012 ISBN 978-0756407483 paperback
May 15, 2012 audiobook
Dreamwalker Series
  Dreamwalker February 4, 2014 ISBN 0-75640-888-1 hardcover
Standalone books
  The Madness Season September 1990 ISBN 0-88677-444-6 paperback
May 15, 2012 audiobook
  This Alien Shore August 1998 ISBN 0-88677-798-4 hardcover
June 1999 ISBN 0-88677-799-2 paperback
January 2000 ISBN 0-00-648375-5 paperback; United Kingdom edition
May 15, 2012 audiobook
  The Erciyes Fragments April 1998 ISBN 1-56504-297-2 hardcover; a Vampire: The Masquerade novella
Short Works
The Dreaming Kind 1989 ISBN 0-88677-355-5 in Catfantastic
Downtime 2002 ISBN 0-7564-0064-3 in 30th Anniversary DAW Science Fiction Collection
Terms of Engagement June 2006 ISSN 1095-8258 in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
Shall We Dance? 2006 ISBN 0-7564-0369-3 in Hags, Sirens, and other Bad Girls of Fantasy
Soul Mate November 30, 2010 ISBN 1-5960-6336-X in Speculative Horizons by Subterranean Press

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