Carol Berg

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Carol Berg
Period2000 – present
GenreFantasy, Historical Fiction

Carol Berg (born 1948)[1] is the author of fantasy novels, including the books from the Rai-Kirah series, Song of the Beast, the books from The Bridge of D'Arnath series, the Lighthouse novels, and Collegia Magica.[2] She also writes the Chimera series under the pen name Cate Glass.[3]

Berg holds a degree in mathematics from Rice University, and a degree in computer science from the University of Colorado.[4] Before writing full-time, she designed software. She lives in Colorado, and is the mother of three boys.


The Rai-Kirah series[edit]

  1. Transformation (ISBN 0-451-45795-1) (2000)
  2. Revelation (ISBN 0-451-45842-7) (2001)
  3. Restoration (ISBN 0-451-45890-7) (2002)

The Bridge of D'Arnath series[edit]

  1. Son of Avonar (ISBN 0-451-45962-8) (2004)
  2. Guardians of the Keep (ISBN 0-451-46000-6) (2004)
  3. The Soul Weaver (ISBN 0-451-46017-0) (2005)
  4. Daughter of Ancients (ISBN 0-451-46042-1) (2005)

The Lighthouse Duet[edit]

  1. Flesh and Spirit (ISBN 0-451-46088-X) (2007)
  2. Breath and Bone (ISBN 0-451-46186-X) (2008), the winner of the 2008 Colorado Book Award and the 2009 Mythopoeic Fantasy Award

The Sanctuary Duet[edit]

In the same setting as The Lighthouse Duet.

  1. Dust and Light (ISBN 0-451-41724-0) (ISBN 978-0451417244) (2014)
  2. Ash and Silver (ISBN 0-451-41726-7) (ISBN 978-0451417268) (2015)

Novels of the Collegia Magica[edit]

  1. The Spirit Lens (ISBN 0-451-46311-0) (2010)
  2. The Soul Mirror (ISBN 0-451-46374-9) (2011), the winner of the 2011 Colorado Book Award
  3. The Daemon Prism (ISBN 0-451-46434-6) (2012)

The Chimera series (as Cate Glass)[edit]

  1. An Illusion of Thieves (ISBN 9781250311009) (2019)
  2. A Conjuring of Assassins (ISBN 9781250311023) (2020)

Other works[edit]

  1. Song of the Beast, fantasy standalone (ISBN 0-451-45923-7) (2003) and winner of the 2003 Colorado Book Award
  2. "Unmasking", a novella set in the world of the Rai-kirah in the collection Elemental Magic (ISBN 978-0425217863) (2007)
  3. "At Fenwick Faire", a gritty myth; in Broken Links, Mended Lives, RMFW Press (ISBN 978-0976022527) (2009)
  4. "Seeds", a short story set in the kingdom of Navronne; in Blackguards: Tales of Assassins, Mercenaries and Rogues, Ragnarok Publications (ISBN 978-1941987063) (2015)
  5. "The Heart's Coda," novelette follow-up to Song of the Beast; in Lace and Blade 4, Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Trust (ISBN 9781938185519) (2018)



  1. ^ Carol Berg at Library of Congress Authorities, with 13 catalog records
  2. ^ "Carol Berg Bibliography". Archived from the original on August 29, 2019. Retrieved August 29, 2019.
  3. ^ "Cate Glass: Author". Archived from the original on June 1, 2019. Retrieved August 29, 2019.
  4. ^ Library of Congress name authority file

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