Paul Marlowe

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Paul Marlowe is a Canadian author of historical fiction and science fiction. Much of his historical fiction is connected in some way with the Etheric Explorers Club, a Victorian society devoted to investigating unusual or supernatural phenomena.

Published works[edit]

Radio plays[edit]

  • The Resident Member (2009)

The Resident Member is a 30-minute comedy featuring the voice acting of Gideon Emery, Joe Vaz, Damon Berry, Digby Young, and Christa Schamberger-Young.

Novels[edit]

Series[edit]

The Wellborn Conspiracy[edit]

  • Sporeville (2007)
  • Knights of the Sea (2010)

Collections[edit]

  • Ether Frolics: Nine Tales from the Etheric Explorers Club (2012)

Short stories[edit]

  • Scientia Potentia Est (2000)
  • Airship Voyages Made Easy (2000)
  • For we being many... (2003)
  • A Visit from Prospero (2003)
  • Resurrection and Life (2004)
  • Krasnaya Luna (2004)
  • Venera Redux (2006)
  • The Night of Sevens (2006)
  • Ten Golden Roosters (2006)
  • The Mud Men of Tower Tunnel (2007)
  • The Incident at the 27th Meeting (2007)
  • 66° South (2007)
  • The Resident Member (2008)
  • Alpha and Omega (2011)
  • Cotton Avicenna B iv (2011)

Awards and honours[edit]

  • 2008 — Sporeville was selected for Resource Links magazine's 2007 Year's Best list
  • 2010 — Marlowe's The Saguenay Cheese won a first prize in the James McIntyre poetry contest
  • 2013 — Ether Frolics was short listed for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award

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