|James M. Pfundstein|
|Pen name||James Enge|
|Education||PhD in Classics|
|Alma mater||University of Minnesota|
|Period||2005 - Present|
|Genres||fantasy, sword and sorcery|
|Notable work(s)||Morlock the Maker series.|
James Enge is the pseudonym of James M. Pfundstein, an American fantasy and sword and sorcery author. His best known work is the ongoing Morlock the Maker series. His first novel in the series, Blood of Ambrose, was nominated for the World Fantasy Award in 2010. His newest series, A Tournament of Shadows, tells the origin story of his famous character Morlock Ambrosius.
James M. Pfundstein has a PhD from the University of Minnesota  and is an award winning lecturer at Bowling Green State University in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies. He is represented by the Onyxhawke Agency.
Morlock the Maker
- Blood of Ambrose (2009), ISBN 978-1-59102-736-2
- This Crooked Way (2009), ISBN 978-1-59102-784-3
- The Wolf Age (2010), ISBN 978-1-61614-243-8
A Tournament of Shadows
Morlock the Maker Short Stories published in Black Gate and online
- Turn Up This Crooked Way (2005)
- "A Covenant With Death"
- "The Red Worm's Way"
- "Payment Deferred" (2005)
- "A Book Of Silences" (2007)
- The Lawless Hours (2007)
- "The Gordian Stone" (2008)
- Payment In Full
- "Fire and Sleet" (2009)
Works in the episodic novel This Crooked Way
- The War Is Over
- "Interlude: Telling the Tale"
- "Blood From A Stone"
- "Payment Deferred"
- "Fire and Water"
- An Old Lady and a Lake
- Interlude: Book of Witness
- The Lawless Hours
- Payment in Full
- Whisper Street
- Interlude: The Anointing
- Traveller's Dream
- Where Nurgnatz Dwells
- Interlude: How the Story Ends
- Spears of Winter Rain
- Calendar and Astronomy
- Sources and Backgrounds for Arthurian Legends
- Per astra ad aspera: Aeneid 6.725. In Vergilius. v. 43; 1997. [n.p.] Vergilian Society. p. 22-30.
- Review of S. Byrne, E.P. Cueva, Veritatis Amicitiaeque Causa: Essays in Honor of Anna Lydia Motto and John R. Clark in the Bryn Mawr Classical Review
- Doctoral Dissertation : Not Only the City: Cosmography in the Tragedies of Seneca (2000)
- Λαμπροὺϛ Δυνάσταϛ: Aeschylus, Astronomy and the Agamemnon The Classical Journal, Vol. 98, No. 4 (Apr. - May, 2003), pp. 397-410
- Phaedra on the Tiles: Seneca Phaedra 1154ff (2004)
- Libretto Translation of Gli amori d'Apollo e di Dafne (2005)
- Libretto Translation of La Virtu de’ Strali d'Amore (2007)
- Anders, Lou (7 April 2009). "Morlock Ambrosius Master of Makers". Tor.com. Retrieved 26 May 2010.
- "University of Minnesota Classical and Near Eastern Studies Dissertations". University of Minnesota. Retrieved 26 May 2010.
- "James Pfundstein's University Page". Bowling Green State University. Retrieved 26 May 2010.
- "Onyxhawke Agency". Onxyhawke Agency. Retrieved 26 May 2010.
- "Pyr Bibliography". Retrieved 26 May 2010.
- James Enge Official website
- James Enge's Blog
- James Enge's Twitter
- James Enge (ology)
- James Enge on Facebook
- Q&A with Stargate Producer Joseph Mallozzi
- Review of Blood of Ambrose at Fantasy Book Critic
- Long Detailed Review of Blood of Ambrose at Not Free SF Reader
- Fantasy Book Critic Interview
- James Enge at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database