List of works by Lois McMaster Bujold

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This is the complete list of works by American science fiction and fantasy author Lois McMaster Bujold.

Bibliography[edit]

Vorkosigan Saga[edit]

Cordelia Naismith[edit]

Miles Vorkosigan[edit]

Other[edit]

Internal chronology[edit]

  • Dreamweaver's Dilemma (1995)—Set in the Vorkosigan universe long before the rest of the series (included in the collection Dreamweaver's Dilemma) NESFA Press
  • Falling Free (1988)—Set approximately 200 years before the birth of Miles Vorkosigan—Nebula Award winner, 1988,[1] Hugo Award nominee, 1989[2]
  • Shards of Honor (1986)—Set approximately one year before the birth of Miles Vorkosigan
  • Barrayar (1991)—Hugo Award winner, Locus Award winner, 1992,[3] Nebula Award nominee, 1991[4]
  • The Warrior's Apprentice (1986)
  • The Mountains of Mourning (1989)—Hugo Award winner, Nebula Award winner. First published in Analog magazine; included in Borders of Infinity
  • The Vor Game (1990)—Hugo Award winner, Locus Award nominee, 1991[4]
  • Cetaganda (1995) Locus Award nominee, 1997[5]
  • Ethan of Athos (1986)—Miles Vorkosigan is referred to, but does not actually appear, in this novel.
  • Labyrinth (1989)—First published in Analog magazine; included in Borders of Infinity.
  • The Borders of Infinity (1987)—First published in Freelancers; included in Borders of Infinity; available online via Baen's Webscriptions.
  • Brothers in Arms (1989)
  • Borders of Infinity (1989)—Collection of The Mountains of Mourning, Labyrinth and The Borders of Infinity, tied together with an original frame story interspliced between them, which is set shortly after Brothers in Arms.
  • Mirror Dance (1994)—Hugo Award winner, Locus Award winner, 1995[6]
  • Memory (1996)—Hugo Award nominee, Nebula Award nominee, Locus Award nominee, 1997[5]
  • Komarr (1998)
  • A Civil Campaign (2000)—Hugo Award nominee, Nebula Award nominee, Locus Award nominee, 2000[7]
  • Winterfair Gifts (2003 in Croatian, as Zimoslavni Darovi; 2004 in English)[8][9]—First published in English in Irresistible Forces, a science fiction/romance genre crossover anthology edited by Catherine Asaro. Also in the omnibus Miles in Love. The Winterfair Gifts novella is also available as a standalone ebook from Fictionwise.
  • Diplomatic Immunity (2002)—Nebula Award nominee, 2003[10]
  • Captain Vorpatril's Alliance (2012)—Hugo Award nominee, 2013[11]
  • Cryoburn (2010)—Hugo Award nominee, 2011[12]
  • Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen (2016)

Omnibus volumes[edit]

  • Cordelia's Honor—contains Shards of Honor and Barrayar
  • Young Miles—contains The Warrior's Apprentice, The Mountains of Mourning, and The Vor Game
  • Miles, Mystery, and MayhemCetaganda, Ethan of Athos, and Labyrinth
  • Miles ErrantThe Borders of Infinity, Brothers in Arms, and Mirror Dance
  • Miles in LoveKomarr, A Civil Campaign, and Winterfair Gifts
  • Miles, Mutants and MicrobesFalling Free, Diplomatic Immunity, and Labyrinth
  • Test of Honor—out of print; contains Shards of Honor and The Warrior's Apprentice
  • Vorkosigan's Game—out of print; contains The Vor Game, The Mountains of Mourning, Labyrinth, and The Borders of Infinity, with the framing story for the collection Borders of Infinity

Audiobooks[edit]

Cassette tape and CD versions of Falling Free, Shards of Honor, Barrayar, The Warrior's Apprentice, The Vor Game, Cetaganda, Ethan of Athos, Borders of Infinity, and Brothers in Arms were produced by The Reader's Chair. This company is no longer in business.

Currently, unabridged audio CD editions are available (retail and library), via iPhone/iPod Touch apps using the Folium enhancedAudio player, MP3, Playaway and cassette versions through Blackstone Audio for Falling Free, Shards of Honor, Barrayar, The Warrior's Apprentice, The Vor Game, Cetaganda, Ethan of Athos, Brothers in Arms, Borders of Infinity, Mirror Dance, Memory, Komarr, A Civil Campaign, Winterfair Gifts, Diplomatic Immunity, Cryoburn, Captain Vorpatril's Alliance, and Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen.[13]

Most titles produced by Blackstone Audio are also available for download on Audible.com and from the websites of several public libraries via overdrive.com and Hoopla. The enhancedAudio app versions are available via the Apple iTunes Store and can be previewed at the BlackstoneAudioApps.com website.

Comic books[edit]

The Vorkosigan Saga has also been adapted for a comic book in France:

  • La saga Vorkosigan volume 1 : L'apprentissage du guerrier (The Warrior's Apprentice; literally, "the warrior's apprenticeship"), written by Dominique Latil (scenario) and José Maria Beroy (drawings and colors) (2010).

Chalion series[edit]

The World of the Five Gods:[14]

  • The Curse of Chalion (2001) Hugo, Locus Fantasy, and World Fantasy Awards nominee, 2002[15]
  • Paladin of Souls (2003) (sequel to The Curse of Chalion) Hugo, Nebula and Locus Fantasy Awards winner, 2004[16]
  • The Hallowed Hunt (2005) Locus Fantasy Award nominee, 2006[17]
  • Penric and Desdemona
    • "Penric's Demon" (2015) (novella, Hugo Award nominee 2016[18]) [19]
    • "Penric and the Shaman" (2016) (standalone novella, Hugo Award nominee 2017[20])
    • "Penric's Mission" (2016) (novella)
    • "Mira's Last Dance" (2017) (novella)[21]
    • "Penric's Fox" (2017) (novella; comes between "Penric and the Shaman" and "Penric's Mission" in series-internal chronology[22])
    • "The Prisoner of Limnos" (2017) (novella)[23]

Sharing Knife series[edit]

The Sharing Knife is a single fantasy novel published in four volumes:

Other titles[edit]

Audiobooks

Blackstone Audio produces CD editions, MP3, Playaway, and cassette versions of The Curse of Chalion, Paladin of Souls, The Hallowed Hunt, The Sharing Knife Vol 1: Beguilement, The Sharing Knife Vol 2: Legacy, The Sharing Knife Vol 3: Passage and The Sharing Knife Vol 4: Horizon. All of these titles are also available from Audible.com and emusic.com.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "1989 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  3. ^ "1992 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  4. ^ a b "1991 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  5. ^ a b "1997 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  6. ^ "1995 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  7. ^ "2000 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  8. ^ "Full English Bibliography". The Bujold Nexus. 
  9. ^ "Winterfair Gifts". isfdb. 
  10. ^ "2003 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  11. ^ "2013 Hugo Awards". The Hugo Awards. Retrieved March 31, 2013. 
  12. ^ "Renovation Hugo nominee announcement". Renovationsf.org. Archived from the original on 2011-04-29. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  13. ^ http://www.downpour.com/keywordsearch/result/search/?collection=&refinements=&q=bujold
  14. ^ "Chalion universe". Dendarii.com. 2005-05-16. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  15. ^ "2002 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  16. ^ "2004 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  17. ^ "2006 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  18. ^ http://www.thehugoawards.org/hugo-history/2016-hugo-awards/
  19. ^ http://www.goodreads.com/author_blog_posts/8600389-new-fantasy-e-novella-upcoming----penric-s-demon
  20. ^ http://www.thehugoawards.org/hugo-history/2017-hugo-awards/
  21. ^ "Lois McMaster Bujold's Blog - Mira hits town... well, iTunes - February 27, 2017 18:03". www.goodreads.com. Retrieved 2017-03-06. 
  22. ^ "Lois McMaster Bujold's Blog - Penric series renumbering puzzle". www.goodreads.com. Retrieved 2017-08-14. 
  23. ^ "Lois McMaster Bujold's Blog - The Prisoner of Limnos now up! - October 27, 2017 19:06". www.goodreads.com. Retrieved 2017-10-29. 
  24. ^ "1993 Award Winners & Nominees | Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Award | WWEnd". Worldswithoutend.com. Retrieved 2014-01-28.