Jefferson P. Swycaffer

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Jefferson P. Swycaffer (born 1956 (1956))[1] is a fifth-generation Californian who lives in San Diego, where he is active in local science fiction fandom.

Career[edit]

Swycaffer wrote seven unofficial books based on Traveller, four published by Avon Books (1984-1986) beginning with Not in Our Stars, and three by New Infinities Productions (1988).[2]:238 His works for New Infinities included the "Tales of the Concordat" trilogy (1988),[2]:237 beginning with The Empire's Legacy and Voyage of the Planetsmasher.[2]:238 He later wrote two creator-owned books for TSR, Warsprite (1991) and Web of Futures (1992).[2]:238

Best in Show: Fifteen Years of Outstanding Furry Fiction includes a Swycaffer story.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

Series[edit]

Concordat[edit]

  1. Not in Our Stars (1984)
  2. The Universal Prey (1985)
  3. Become the Hunted (1985)[4]
  4. The Praesidium of Archive (1986)

Tales of the Concordat[edit]

  1. The Empire's Legacy (1988)
  2. Voyage of the Planetslayer (1988)
  3. Revolt and Rebirth (1988)

Novels[edit]

  • Warsprite (1990)
  • Web of Futures (1991)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Available sources give conflicting birth dates. Chronicle (September 2002: vol 24, issue 9, page 10) has 1956-09-26. The National Fantasy Fan, Volume 4, No. 3, September 2004, page 27 has 1956-11-11. When e-mailed 2015-12-07 Jefferson P. Swycaffer wrote back that it's 1956-09-11. As personal communications are not a WP:RS we are using 1956.
  2. ^ a b c d Shannon Appelcline (2011). Designers & Dragons. Mongoose Publishing. ISBN 978-1-907702-58-7. 
  3. ^ Chronicle (October 2003: vol 25, issue 9, page 45)
  4. ^ Swycaffer, Jefferson P. (July 1985). Become the Hunted. Avon. p. [6]. ISBN 0-380-89608-7. Due to the urgencies of the publishing schedule, this book, although following Not In Our Stars into print, takes place before that book in internal storyline time-sequence. Each book stands perfectly well on its own, however; neither is, strictly speaking, a sequel to the other. Jefferson P. Swycaffer, San Diego, 1985. 

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