|Neal Barrett, Jr.
San Antonio, Texas
||fantasy, suspense, mystery, science fiction, historical fiction
Neal Barrett, Jr. (born 1929) is a writer of fantasy, science fiction, mystery/suspense, and historical fiction. His story "Ginny Sweethips' Flying Circus" was nominated for both the 1988 Nebula Award for Best Novelette and the 1989 Hugo Award for Best Novelette. Barrett was born in San Antonio, Texas, but grew up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, after his family relocated there when he was 1 year old. In 1997, he was the toastmaster at the 55th World Science Fiction Convention held in San Antonio. In 2010, he was named Author Emeritus by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
- Aldair in Albion. DAW, 1976.
- Aldair, Master of Ships. DAW, 1977.
- Aldair, Across the Misty Sea. DAW, 1980.
- Aldair: The Legion of Beasts. DAW, 1982.
Finn, the Lizard Master series
- The Prophecy Machine. Bantam, 2000.
- The Treachery of Kings. Bantam, 2001.
- Stress Pattern. DAW, 1974.
- The Karma Corps. DAW, 1984.
- Through Darkest America. Congdon & Weed, 1987.
- Dawn's Uncertain Light. New American Library, 1989.
- The Hereafter Gang. Mark V. Ziesing, 1991.
- Pink Vodka Blues. St,. Martin's, 1992.
- Dead Dog Blues. St. Martin's, 1994.
- Interstate Dreams. Mojo Press, 1999.
- Prince Of Christler-Coke. Golden Gryphon Press, 2004.
Wiley Moss mysteries
- Skinny Annie Blues. Kensington, 1996.
- Bad Eye Blues. Kensington, 1997.
Short story collections
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- ^ a b Shindler, Dorman T. (August 31, 1997). "Sci-fi convention toastmaster prefers life a bit 'off the wall'". San Antonio Express-News. Retrieved September 9, 2009.
- ^ "Neal Barrett, Jr., named 2010 SFWA Author Emeritus". Nebula Awards. Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. March 30, 2010. Retrieved March 30, 2010.