S. Andrew Swann
S. Andrew Swann (alternately S. A. Swann, S. A. Swiniarski, and Steven Krane) is a science fiction and fantasy author living in Solon, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, where much of his fiction is set. He was born Steven Swiniarski and has published some of his books as Swiniarski and some as Swann. He has been published by DAW Books and by Ballantine Spectra, a division of Random House.
- The Moreau Series  (About the after-effects of using biologically uplifted animal soldiers called moreaus, and what happens after the wars are over)
- Forests of the Night  (DAW books 1993)
- Emperors of the Twilight  (DAW books 1994)
- Specters of the Dawn  (DAW books 1994)
- Fearful Symmetries  (DAW books 1999)
- Moreau Omnibus  (DAW books, Aug 2003): An omnibus edition of the first three books (Forests of the Night, Emperors of Twilight, Specters of the Dawn) in the Moreau Series.
- The Hostile Takeover Trilogy  (a space opera centering on the anarcho capitalist planet Bakunin.)
- God's Dice  (DAW books 1997)
- Zimmerman's Algorithm  (a contemporary thriller) (DAW books 2000)
- The Cleveland Portal Series
- Broken Crescent  (DAW books 2004)
- The Wolf Series
- Apotheosis Trilogy : (A sequel to The Hostile Takeover Trilogy) The Terran Confederacy once controlled all the planets of human space. Two centuries ago, it collapsed. In the chaos of that collapse, a small convoy of refugees left the imploding Confederacy to found a small group of colonies eighty light years beyond the furthest reach of human space. Since their founding, those colonies have remained unknown and untouched by the rest of humanity— until an enigmatic transmission arrives from the vicinity of Xi Virginis. Something is awakening out there. Something that will change everything.
Writing as S. A. Swiniarski
Writing as Steven Krane
- Teek  (DAW books 1999)
- The Omega Game  (DAW books 2000)
- Stranger Inside  (DAW books 2003)
- S. Andrew Swann's Home Page
- S. Andrew Swann's Blog
- S. Andrew Swann's Bibliography
- S. Andrew Swann at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database