Gene Wolfe bibliography

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This is a list of works by Gene Wolfe, an American author of science fiction and fantasy, with a career spanning six decades.

Novels[edit]

Story collections[edit]

Short stories[edit]

A list of all of Wolfe's short fiction can be found here: http://www.wolfewiki.com/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=WolfeWiki.StoriesListByDate.

Chapbooks[edit]

Wolfe has published a number of short chapbooks, many published in very small quantities by Cheap Street. Some of these have been reprinted in his collections, as when Starwater Strains reprinted "Empires of Foliage and Flower".

  • At the Point of Capricorn (1983)
  • The Boy Who Hooked the Sun (1985)
  • Empires of Foliage and Flower: A Tale From the Book of the Wonders of Urth and Sky (1987)
  • The Arimaspian Legacy (1988)
  • Slow Children at Play (1989)
  • The Old Woman Whose Rolling Pin is the Sun (1991)
  • The Case of the Vanishing Ghost (1991) The Pretentious Press
  • The Grave Secret (1991) The Pretentious Press
  • Talk of Mandrakes (2003)
  • Christmas Inn (2005)
  • Strange Birds (2006)
  • Memorare (2008) (novella, first published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 2007, as a signed limited edition hardcover in 2008)

Other works[edit]

References[edit]

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