Michael Cadnum

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Michael Cadnum (born 1949) is an American poet and novelist. He has written more than thirty-six books for adults, teens and children. He is best known for his adult suspense fiction, and young adult fiction based on myths, legends, and historical figures.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

He was born in 1949. Cadnum attended both University of California at Berkeley, and San Francisco State University. He earned a National Endowment of the Arts fellowship for his poetry.[3] He currently resides in Albany, California.[4]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Seize the Storm (2012)
  • Flash (2010)
  • Peril on the Sea (2009)
  • The King's Arrow (2008)
  • Nightsong: The Legend of Orpheus and Eurydice (2006)
  • The Dragon Throne (2005)
  • Starfall: Phaeton and the Chariot of the Sun (2004)
  • Ship of Fire (2003)
  • Daughter of the Wind (2002)
  • The Leopard Sword (2002)
  • Forbidden Forest: the story of Little John and Robin Hood (2002)
  • Raven of the Waves (2001)
  • Redhanded (2000)
  • The Book of the Lion (2000)
  • Blood Gold (2004)
  • Rundown (1999)
  • Heat (1998)
  • In A Dark Wood (1998)
  • Edge (1997)
  • Zero At The Bone (1996)
  • The Judas Glass (1996)
  • Taking It (1995)
  • Skyscape (1994)
  • The Horses of the Night (1993)
  • Ghostwright (1993)
  • Breaking the Fall (1992)
  • Saint Peter's Wolf (1992)
  • Sleepwalker (1991)
  • Calling Home (1991)
  • Nightlight (1990)

Short Fiction[edit]

  • Earthquake Murder (collection, 2018)
  • Can't Catch Me (collection, 2006, Tachyon Publications)
  • Together Again (2001)
  • Ella and the Canary Prince (1999)

Poetry[edit]

  • Kingdom (forthcoming)
  • This Early Dark (2016)
  • "Day by Day" (2003)
  • Illicit (chapbook, 2001)
  • The Woman Who Discovered Math (chapbook, 2001)
  • The Cities We Will Never See (1993)
  • By Evening (1992)
  • Foreign Springs (chapbook, 1988)
  • Invisible Mirror (chapbook, 1987)
  • Long Afternoons (1986)
  • "Wrecking the Cactus" (pamphlet, 1985)
  • The Morning of the Massacre, (chapbook, 1981)

References[edit]

External links[edit]