C. Dale Brittain
C. Dale Brittain (born 1948) is the author of 8 fantasy fiction novels, 6 of which form one series in the world of Yurt. The other two books, Voima and Count Scar, stand alone in their respective universes.
The Yurt series includes A Bad Spell in Yurt, The Wood Nymph And The Cranky Saint, Mage Quest, The Witch And The Cathedral, Daughter Of Magic, and Is This Apocalypse Necessary?. The first five books, published by Baen Books, are currently out of print but are available as ebooks from all major retailers. The last book in the series, published by The Wooster Book Company, remains in print.
She has also finished a seventh novel in the Yurt series, The Starlight Raven. It is available exclusively as an ebook from Amazon.
Her website is http://www.Daimbert.com. Her Twitter account is @DaimbertYurt.
Recently she has begun a blog, Life in the Middle Ages, available at http://cdalebrittain.blogspot.com.
- A Bad Spell in Yurt, ISBN 0-671-72075-9. Cover by Tom Kidd. First printing August 1991; second printing February 1993; third printing May 1995. [out of print]
- The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint, ISBN 0-671-72156-9. Cover by Dean Morrissey. First printing February 1993. [out of print]
- Mage Quest, ISBN 0-671-72169-0. Cover by Laurence Schwinger. First printing May 1993. [out of print]
- Voima, ISBN 0-671-87637-6. Cover by Gary Ruddell. First printing January 1995. [out of print?]
- The Witch and the Cathedral, ISBN 0-671-87661-9. Cover by Newel Convers and Courtney Skinner. First printing April 1995. [out of print]
- Daughter of Magic, ISBN 0-671-87720-8. Cover by Darrell K. Sweet. First printing May 1996. [out of print]
- Count Scar (with Robert A. Bouchard), ISBN 0-671-87801-8. Cover by Darrell K. Sweet. First printing September 1997. [out of print?]
- Is This Apocalypse Necessary? ISBN 1-888683-06-6. Cover by Matthias Grünewald. First printing September 2000.
- The Starlight Raven, available on Kindle April 4, 2015
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