Daniel Abraham (author)
Abraham in 2006
|Born||November 1969 (age 46–47)
|Pen name||M. L. N. Hanover, James S. A. Corey|
|Genre||Fantasy, science-fiction, comedy, horror|
|Notable works||The Long Price Quartet, Leviathan Wept and Other Stories, The Dagger and the Coin|
Daniel James Abraham (born November 1969) is an American speculative fiction writer who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His short stories have appeared in numerous publications and anthologies. His collaboration with Ty Franck under the name James S. A. Corey, Leviathan Wakes, was nominated for the 2012 Hugo Award for Best Novel and the 2012 Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. His novelette "Flat Diane" was nominated for the Nebula Award. His novelette "The Cambist and Lord Iron: a Fairytale of Economics" was nominated for the Hugo Award and the World Fantasy Award.
The Long Price Quartet
- A Shadow in Summer (March 7, 2006)
- A Betrayal in Winter (August 21, 2007)
- An Autumn War (July 22, 2008)
- The Price of Spring (July 21, 2009)
- Shadow and Betrayal (Jan 21, 2010) – omnibus edition of the first and second books
- Seasons of War (Jan 21, 2010); also published as The Price of War – omnibus edition of the third and fourth books
The Dagger and the Coin
- The Dragon's Path (April 7, 2011)
- The King's Blood (May 22, 2012)
- The Tyrant's Law (May 14, 2013)
- The Widow's House (August 5, 2014)
- The Spider's War (March 8, 2016)
Black Sun's Daughter
- Unclean Spirits (Dec 2, 2008)
- Darker Angels (Sept 29, 2009)
- Vicious Grace (Nov 30, 2010)
- Killing Rites (Nov 29, 2011)
- Graveyard Child (April 30, 2013)
- Leviathan Wakes, June 15, 2011. Finalist for 2012 Hugo Award for Best Novel.
- Caliban's War, June 26, 2012
- Abaddon's Gate, June 4, 2013
- Cibola Burn, June 5, 2014
- Nemesis Games, June 2, 2015
- Hunter's Run, by Abraham, Gardner Dozois, and George R. R. Martin (2007)
- Honor Among Thieves, by Abraham and Franck as James S. A. Corey (2014) – Star Wars: Empire and Rebellion, book 2
- Leviathan Wept and Other Stories (May 31, 2010)
- A Game of Thrones: The Graphic Novel #1–24 (September 2011–July 2014)
- Volume 1 (collects #1–6, with George R. R. Martin and Tommy Patterson, hc, 240 pages, Bantam/Dynamite Entertainment, 2012)
- Volume 2 (collects #7–12, with George R. R. Martin and Tommy Patterson, hc, 240 pages, Bantam/Dynamite Entertainment, 2013)
- Volume 3 (collects #13–18, with George R. R. Martin and Tommy Patterson, hc, 224 pages, Bantam/Dynamite Entertainment, 2014)
- Volume 4 (collects #19–24, with George R. R. Martin and Tommy Patterson, hc, 208 pages, Bantam/Dynamite Entertainment, 2015)
- George R. R. Martin's Wild Cards: The Hard Call #1–6 (6-issue limited series, with Eric Battle, April 2008–July 2010, collected in George R. R. Martin's Wild Cards: The Hard Call, hc, 160 pages, Dynamite, 2011)
- Skin Trade #1–4 (4-issue limited series, with George R. R. Martin and Mike Wolfer, July–December 2013, collected in George R. R. Martin's Skin Trade, tpb, 104 pages, Avatar Press, 2014)
- George R. R. Martin's Fevre Dream #1–10 (10-issue limited series, with George R. R. Martin and Rafa Lopez, March–December 2010, collected in George R. R. Martin's Fevre Dream, hc, 256 pages, Avatar Press, 2011)
- "Mixing Rebecca", The Silver Web #13, 1996
- "Veritas", Absolute Magnitude, Summer 1998
- "Jaycee", Asimov's Science Fiction, December 1999
- "Chimera 8", Vanishing Acts (anthology), 2000
- "Tauromachia", (with Walter Jon Williams, Sage Walker, and Michaela Roessner), Event Horizon (web site) and Asimov's, November/December 2000
- "As Sweet", Realms of Fantasy, December 2001
- "Exclusion", Asimov's, February 2001
- "A Good Move in Design Space", Bones of the World (anthology), 2001
- "The Lesson Half Learned", Asimov's, May 2001
- "Gandhi Box", Asimov's, January 2002
- "The Apocrypha According to Cleveland", The Silver Web #15, 2002
- "Ghost Chocolate", Asimov's, August 2002
- "The Mechanism of Grace", The Infinite Matrix (web site)
- "Father Henry's Little Miracle", Wild Cards: Deuces Down (anthology), 2002
- "The Bird of Paradise" (with Susan Fry), Asimov's, June 2003
- "Pagliacci's Divorce", The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF), December 2003
- "An Amicable Divorce", The Dark (anthology), 2003
- "Shadow Twin" (with Gardner Dozois and George R. R. Martin), Scifi.com, Summer 2004
- "Leviathan Wept", scifiction, July 7, 2004 (available online)
- "Flat Diane", F&SF, October/November 2004 (finalist for 2005 Nebula Award for Best Novelette)
- “The Cambist and Lord Iron: A Fairytale of Economics”, Logorrhea (anthology), May 2007 (finalist for both 2008 Hugo Award for Best Novelette and 2008 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction). The text of this story is available online at  or in audio at , both released under a creative commons license.
- "Balfour and Meriwether in the Adventure of the Emperor's Vengeance", Enemy Of The Good: Postscripts #19 (anthology), October 2009 available in audio at 
- "The Curandero and the Swede", Fantasy & ScienceFiction, March 2009
- "Hurt Me", Songs of Love and Death (anthology), November 2010, (as M.L.N. Hanover)
- "Balfour and Meriweather in the Vampire of Kabul", Subterranean Online, Fall 2011
- “The Difference Between a Puzzle and a Mystery” in the Down These Strange Streets (urban fantasy anthology), October 2011, edited by George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois (as M.L.N. Hanover)
- Daniel Abraham chats with Aidan Moher
- Interview with Daniel Abraham By Jay Tomio (March 2006)
- Daniel Abraham interview at Fantasy Hot List (August 2007)
- Interview with Daniel Abraham conducted by Tobias Buckell at Clarkesworld Magazine. (January 2008)
- Interview With Daniel Abraham, Co-Author Of Caliban’s War conducted by Isaac Hooke. (January 2013)
- "Daniel Abraham – Summary Bibliography". Internet Speculative Fiction Database (ISFDB). Retrieved July 30, 2014. Select a title to see its linked publication history and general information. Select a particular edition (title) for more data at that level, such as a front cover image or linked contents.
- "2012 Hugo Awards". The Hugo Awards. Retrieved April 9, 2012.
- Locus Publications. "Locus Online News » 2012 Locus Award Finalists". Locusmag.com. Retrieved 29 October 2014.
- World Fantasy Convention (2010). "Award Winners and Nominees". Retrieved 4 Feb 2011.
- "Daniel Abraham The Tyrant's Law cover art, synopsis and release date".
- "The Widow's House (The Dagger and the Coin): Daniel Abraham: 9780316203982: Amazon.com: Books". Amazon.com. Retrieved 29 October 2014.
- "Title Search" [by M. L. N. Hanover, parent author Daniel Abraham]. ISFDB. Retrieved July 30, 2014.
- "Title Search" [by James S. A. Corey, parent authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck]. ISFDB. Retrieved July 30, 2014.
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