James Stoddard (author)

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James Stoddard is an American fantasy author. He lives in West Texas, United States, where he is also a music recording and engineering instructor. Stoddard's first published short story, The Perfect Day, was penned under the name James Turpin and appeared in Amazing Stories in 1985.

Stoddard won the 1999 Compton Crook Award for his novel The High House.[1]

Novels[edit]

  1. The High House (1998) (Compton Crook Award winner)
  2. The False House (2000)
  3. The Night Land, A Story Retold (2011)

Short stories, novellas, novelettes[edit]

  1. "The Perfect Day" (1985 as James Turpin in Amazing Stories)
  2. "The Star Watch" (January 2002 in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)
  3. "The Battle of York" (July 2004 in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)
  4. "The Star to Every Wandering Barque" (October/November 2007 in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)
  5. "The First Editions" (April 2008 in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)
  6. "Christmas at Hostage Canyon" (Jan/Feb 2011 The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)
  7. "The Ifs of Time" (March/April 2011 The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)

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