Storm Constantine

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Storm Constantine (born 1956) is a British science fiction and fantasy author, primarily known for her Wraeththu series.

Life and work[edit]

Since the late 1980s, Constantine has written more than 20 novels, plus several non-fiction books. She is often included in discussions of alternative sexuality and gender in science fiction and fantasy;[1] many of her novels include same-sex relationships or hermaphrodites or other twists of gender. Magic, mysticism, and ancient legends (like the Grigori) also figure strongly in her works.

In 2003, she launched Immanion Press, based out of Stafford, England. The publishing company publishes her own works, those of new writers, and those of well-known genre writers, mainly from the UK.


Wraeththu Chronicles[edit]

  • The Enchantments of Flesh and Spirit (1987)
  • The Bewitchments of Love and Hate (1988)
  • The Fulfillments of Fate and Desire (1989)
    • Other editions:
      • Wraeththu (omnibus) (1993)
      • Revised editions of all three published by Immanion Press in 2003-2004


  • The Monstrous Regiment (1990)
  • Aleph (1991)

Grigori Trilogy[edit]

  • Stalking Tender Prey (1995)
  • Scenting Hallowed Blood (1996)
  • Stealing Sacred Fire (1997)


  • Sea Dragon Heir (1998)
  • The Crown of Silence (2000)
  • The Way of Light (2001)

Wraeththu Histories[edit]

  • The Wraiths of Will and Pleasure (2003)
  • The Shades of Time and Memory (2004)
  • The Ghosts of Blood and Innocence (2005)

Wraeththu novellas[edit]

  • The Hienama: A Story of the Sulh (2005)
  • Student of Kyme (2008)

Wraeththu role-playing game books[edit]

  • From Enchantment to Fulfilment (with Gabriel Strange, Lydia Wood, 2005)

Additional fiction works[edit]

  • Hermetech (1991)
  • Burying the Shadow (1992)
  • Sign for the Sacred (1993)
  • Calenture (1994)
  • Three Heralds of the Storm (1997)
  • Thin Air (with Greg Child) (1999)
  • The Thorn Boy (1999)
  • The Oracle Lips (1999)
  • Silverheart (with Michael Moorcock) (2000)
  • The Face of Sekt (2000)
  • The Thorn Boy and Other Dreams of Dark Desire (2003)
  • Mythanima (2006)
  • Mythophidia: A Collection of Stories (2008)
  • Mythanimus: A Collection of Stories (2011)

• A short story entitled "The Drake Lords of Kyla" entitled "Or so Legend Has It" can be found in "Legends", a 2013 collection of short stories in honor of David Gemmell.

Non-fiction works[edit]

  • The Inward Revolution (with Deborah Benstead) (1998)
  • Bast and Sekhmet: Eyes of Ra (with Elouise Coquio) (1999)
  • Egyptian Birth Signs (2002)
  • The Grimoire of Deharan Magick: Kaimana (2005)
  • Sekhem Heka: A Natural Healing and Self Development System (2008)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Macmillan Books. "Author Biography: Story Constantine" Retrieved on January 12, 2009.