Darrell Schweitzer bibliography

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Bibliography of dark fantasy, horror, science fiction and nonfiction writer Darrell Schweitzer:[1][2]

Fiction[edit]

Sir Julian[edit]

  • "The Hag" (from Swords Against Darkness III, Mar. 1978 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "The Lady of the Fountain" (from Void no. 5, Feb. 1977 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "Island of Faces" (1981 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "The Veiled Pool of Mistorak" (from Fantasy Crosswinds no. 2, Jan. 1977 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "The One Who Spoke with the Owls" (from Void no. 4, May 1976 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "The Castle of Kites and Crows" (from Swords Against Darkness V, Nov. 1979 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "The Riddle of the Horn" (from Heroic Fantasy, Apr. 1979 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "Divers Hands" (from The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series VII, Jul. 1979 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "The Unknown God Cried Out" (1981 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "Into the Dark Land" (from Alien Worlds, 1979 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "A Fabulous, Formless Darkness" (from Ron Graham Presents Others Worlds, 1978 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "Midnight, Moonlight, and the Secret of the Sea" (1981 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • "L'envoi" (1981 - collected in We Are All Legends (1981))
  • We Are All Legends (1981 short story collection)

Tom O'Bedlam[edit]

Etelven Thios[edit]

The Goddess[edit]

Sherlock Holmes[edit]

The Great River[edit]

  • "To Become a Sorcerer" (1991 - expanded as The Mask of the Sorcerer (1995))
  • The Mask of the Sorcerer (1995 novel)
  • "On the Last Night of the Festival of the Dead" (from Interzone no. 90, Dec. 1994 - collected in Refugees from an Imaginary Country (1999), Sekenre (2004) and The Darrell Schweitzer Megapack (2013))
  • "The Sorcerer's Gift" (from Worlds of Fantasy & Horror, Win. 1996-7 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "King Father Stone" (from Interzone no. 103, Jan. 1996 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "The Giant Vorviades" (from Interzone no. 99, Sep. 1995 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "The Silence of Kings" (from Weirdbook no. 30, Spr. 1997 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "Vandibar Nasha in the College of Shadows" (from Adventures of Sword and Sorcery no. 7, Sep. 2000 - collected in Sekenre (2004) and The Darrell Schweitzer Megapack (2013))
  • "In the Street of the Witches" (from Weird Tales v. 56, no. 4, Sum. 2000 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "The Lantern of the Supreme Moment" (from Space and Time no. 93, Spr. 2001 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "From Out of the Crocodile's Mouth" (from Weird Tales v. 58, no. 1, Fall 2001 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "Dreams of the Stone King's Daughter" (from Weird Tales v. 59, no. 2, Win. 2002 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "Seeking the Gifts of the Queen of Vengeance" (from Odyssey, iss. 2, 1998 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • "Lord Abernaeven's Tale" (from Weird Tales v. 60, no. 2, Jan.-Feb. 2004 - collected in Sekenre (2004))
  • Sekenre: The Book of the Sorcerer (2004 short story collection)
  • "O King of Pain and Splendor!" (from Postscripts no. 20/21, Dec. 2009)
  • "The Reprieve" (unpublished)

Corpsenburg[edit]

Pliny the Younger[edit]

Emperor of the Ancient Word[edit]

Other novels[edit]

Other short story collections[edit]

Other short stories[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • Non Compost Mentis: An Affrontery of Limericks and Other Eldritch Metrical Terrors (1995)
  • Poetica Dementia: Being a Further Accumulation of Metrical Offenses (1997)
  • "Stop Me Before I Do It Again!" (1999)
  • They Never Found His Head: Poems of Sentiment & Reflection (2001)
  • The Innsmouth Tabernacle Choir Hymnal (2004)
  • Groping Towards the Light (2005)
  • Ghosts of Past and Future (2008)

Nonfiction[edit]

  • Lovecraft in the Cinema (1975)
  • The Dream Quest of H. P. Lovecraft (1978)
  • Conan's World and Robert E. Howard (1978)
  • On Writing Science Fiction: The Editors Strike Back! (1981) with John M. Ford and George H. Scithers
  • Constructing Scientifiction & Fantasy (1982) with George H. Scithers and John Ashmead
  • Pathways to Elfland: The Writings of Lord Dunsany (1989)
  • Lord Dunsany: A Bibliography (1993) with S. T. Joshi
  • Windows of the Imagination: Essays on Fantastic Literature (1998) [includes essays on H.P. Lovecraft, M.R. James, Richard Middleton, Lord Dunsany, Dracula, Edgar Allan Poe and many reviews.
  • Philcon 2003 Program Book (2003)
  • The Fantastic Horizon: Essays and Reviews (2009)
  • The Threshold of Forever: Essays and Reviews (2017)

As editor[edit]

Collections[edit]

Anthologies[edit]

Nonfiction[edit]

  • Essays Lovecraftian (1976)
  • Exploring Fantasy Worlds: Essays on Fantastic Literature (1985)
  • Discovering Classic Fantasy Fiction (1997)
  • Discovering H. P. Lovecraft (1987) (revised and expanded edition of Essays Lovecraftian)
  • Discovering Classic Horror Fiction I (1992)
  • Discovering Modern Horror Fiction I (1985)
  • Discovering Modern Horror Fiction II (1988)
  • Discovering Stephen King (1985)
  • The Thomas Ligotti Reader (2003)
  • The Neil Gaiman Reader (2006)
  • The Robert E. Howard Reader (2010)

Interview collections[edit]

  • SF Voices (1976)
  • Science Fiction Voices #1: Interviews with Science Fiction Writers (1979)
  • Science Fiction Voices #5: Interviews with American Science Fiction Writers of the Golden Age (1981)
  • Speaking of Horror: Interviews with Writers of the Supernatural (1994)
  • Speaking of Horror II: Interviews with 18 Masters of Horror! (2015)
  • Speaking of the Fantastic: Interviews with Writers of Science Fiction and Fantasy (2002)
  • Speaking of the Fantastic II: Interviews with Masters of Science Fiction and Fantasy (2004)
  • Speaking of the Fantastic III: Interviews with Science Fiction Writers (2011)
  • Speaking of the Fantastic IV (2018)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Darrell Schweitzer – Summary Bibliography". ISFDB. Retrieved 2014-07-11.
  2. ^ "Schweitzer, Darrell". The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. May 9, 2014 (created January 1, 2005). Retrieved 2014-07-11.