Joseph H. Delaney

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Joseph Henry Delaney (February 5, 1932 – December 21, 1999) was a US lawyer and science fiction writer. He was first published rather late in life - 1982 - when he was nearly fifty, and was most associated with Analog Science Fiction and Fact. He would go on to be nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novella several times and win readers polls from Analog.[1]

Delaney shares the same name (including middle name) with Joseph Delaney, the British science fiction and fantasy author of The Wardstone Chronicles/The Last Apprentice series and other works.

Novels[edit]

  • The New Untouchables - 1982
  • Valentina: Soul in Sapphire (with Marc Stiegler) - 1984
  • In The Face Of My Enemy - 1985
  • Lords Temporal - 1987

Short Stories[edit]

  • Brainchild - 1982
  • In the Face of My Enemy [short story] - 1983
  • Star-B-Cue - 1983
  • Chessmen - 1984
  • The Crystal Ball (with Marc Stiegler) - 1984
  • Dragon's Tooth - 1984
  • The Light in the Looking Glass (with Marc Stiegler) - 1984
  • The Next Logical Step - 1984
  • The Shaman - 1984
  • Thus Began the Death of Dreams - 1984
  • Valentina [short story] (with Marc Stiegler) - 1984
  • Painkillers - 1985

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