List of works by Jack Vance

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This is a complete list of works by American science fiction and fantasy author Jack Vance.[1]

Works[edit]

Fantasy[edit]

The Dying Earth[edit]

  • The Dying Earth (author's preferred title: Mazirian the Magician, collection of linked stories, 1950)
  • The Eyes of the Overworld (author's preferred title: Cugel the Clever, novel 1966)
  • Cugel's Saga (author's preferred title: Cugel: The Skybreak Spatterlight, novel, 1983)
The Laughing Magician (omnibus containing The Eyes of the Overworld and Cugel's Saga, 2007)

Lyonesse[edit]

  • Lyonesse: Suldrun's Garden (1983) (also titled Lyonesse and Suldrun's Garden)
  • Lyonesse: The Green Pearl (1985) (also titled The Green Pearl)
  • Lyonesse: Madouc (1989) (also titled Madouc)

Science fiction[edit]

The Demon Princes Series[edit]

Vance's The Star King was serialized in Galaxy Science Fiction

The Cadwal Chronicles[edit]

Alastor[edit]

Durdane[edit]

Tschai[edit]

Non-series science fiction novels[edit]

Selected novellas[edit]

Mystery/thrillers[edit]

Collections[edit]

  • Future tense. 1964.
  • The World Between and Other Stories (1965)
  • The Many Worlds of Magnus Ridolph (1966)
  • Eight Fantasms and Magics (1969)
  • The Worlds of Jack Vance (1973)
  • Galactic Effectuator (this title is an editorial invention for the collected Miro Hetzel stories "Freitzke's Turn" and "The Dogtown Tourist Agency") (1980)
  • Lost Moons (1982)
  • The Narrow Land (1982)
  • The Augmented Agent and Other Stories (1986)
  • The Dark Side of the Moon (1986)
  • Chateau D'If and Other Stories (1990)
  • When the Five Moons Rise (1992)
  • Tales of the Dying Earth (1999)
  • The Jack Vance Treasury (2007), ISBN 1-59606-077-8
  • Wild Thyme, Green Magic (2009)
  • Hard-Luck Diggings: The Early Jack Vance (2010)
  • Dowling, Terry & Jonathan Strahan (eds.). Magic highways : the early Jack Vance, volume three. Subterranean Press.

Autobiography[edit]

  • This Is Me, Jack Vance! (Subterranean Press, 2009) (won the 2010 Hugo Award, Best Related Book)[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.fantasticfiction.com, webmaster@fantasticfiction.com -. "Jack Vance".
  2. ^ "2010 Hugo Awards Winners". Locus Online: News 5 September 2010.