Wizard Crystal Series

Title Book # Date Description
Child of the Grove 1 May
1988
The world of Ardhan is slowly losing its magic, but one wizard remains–a master of evil bent on claiming lordship over the entire world. To stop him, the Elders send Crystal, the Child of the Grove, daughter of Power and the last-born wizard to walk the world. The final war is about to begin.
The Last Wizard 2 Mar
1989
Crystal was given to the world of Ardhan by the Elders to save it from an evil wizard. But after destroying her enemy, Crystal’s purpose for existing ended–until she saved a single human life and found a new cause for her growing powers. The enthralling sequel to Child of the Grove.

Blood Books Series

Title Book # Date Description
Blood Price 1 May
1991
Vicki Nelson, formerly of Toronto’s homicide unit and now a private detective, witnesses the first of many vicious attacks that are now plaguing the city of Toronto. As death follows unspeakable death, Vicki is forced to renew her tempestuous relationship with her former partner, Mike Celluci, to stop these forces of dark magic—along with another, unexpected ally… Henry Fitzroy, the illegitimate son of King Henry VIII, has learned over the course of his long life how to blend with humans, how to deny the call for blood in his veins. Without him, Vicki and Mike would not survive the ancient force of chaos that has been unleashed upon the world—but in doing so, his identity may be exposed, and his life forfeit.
Blood Trail 2 Feb
1992
For centuries, the werewolves of Toronto have managed to live in peace and tranquility, hidden quietly away on their London, Ontario farm. But now, someone has learned their secret—and is systematically massacring this ancient race. The only one they can turn to is Henry Fitzroy, Toronto-based vampire and writer of bodice rippers. Forced to hide from the light of day, Henry can’t hunt the killer alone, so he turns to Vicki Nelson for help. As they race against time to stop the murderer, they begin to fear that their combined talents may not be enough to prevent him from completing his deadly plan.
Blood Lines
3 Jan
1993
Sealed away through unending centuries in a sarcophagus never meant to be opened, he had patiently waited for the opportunity to live again, for the chance to feed on the unwary and grow strong. Now, at last, the waiting had come to an end. Brought to the Egyptology Department of Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum, the seals and spells that imprisoned him chipped away by his discoverers, he reached forth to claim the minds and souls of the unsuspecting city dwellers, to begin building an empire for himself and his god. And only three people had even a hint that anything was wrong. For Henry Fitzroy, 450-year-old vampire, it began with a haunting, inescapable image of the sun, a terrifying symbol of death to one such as he. Fearing for his sanity, he called upon his sometime-lover and comrade in supernatural investigations, ex-cop Vicki Nelson, for help. And even as the two struggled to cope with Henry’s obsession, Vicki’s closest friend and former partner, Police Detective Mike Celluci was following up on two mysterious deaths at the museum, certain he was looking at murders not accidents – and equally convinced that the killer was a mummy brought back from the dead!
Blood Pact
4 Nov
1993
It began with the call no daughter ever wants to get, the call that told private investigator Vicki Nelson her mother had died. Mrs. Nelson’s coworker at the Queen’s University Life Science Department told Vicki that the cause of death was a heart attack, and that they’d be waiting for her to arrive in Kingston to make the funeral arrangements. But what started as an all too normal personal tragedy soon became the most terrifying case of Vicki’s career. For when Marjory Nelson’s body mysteriously disappeared from the funeral home, Vicki, her sometime lover and fellow investigator, vampire Henry Fitzroy, and her former homicide squad partner, Detective-Sergeant Mike Celluci, realized that there was something unnatural about her mother’s demise. Vicki swore she’d find the culprit, and see that her mother was properly laid to rest. But what she hadn’t counted on was that someone at Queen’s University seemed determined to keep Mrs. Nelson on the job — alive or dead!
Blood Debt
5 May
1997
It began with a ghost in his bedroom. A tormented soul hungry for vengeance, The sort of nocturnal visitation that even a five-hundred-year-old vampire like Henry Fitzroy found tiresome. It would lead Vicki Nelson, PI, into her most deadly investigation yet. The wraith is determined that Henry and Vicki track down its killer – and is prepared to use a little persuasion by way of the innocent inhabitants of Toronto to ensure their support. Forced to investigate, Vicki discovers a host of souls in desperate torment and evidence to suggest that trailing the killer will only lead to further deaths – starting with her own.

Quarters Series

Title Book # Date Description
Sing the Four Quarters
1 Dec
1994
To call the kigh was the height of bard’s magic. Only those born with the gift could learn to Sing these spirits of earth, air, fire and water into doing their bidding, and even someone as gifted as the Princess Annice must spend years studying at the Bardic Hall to truly master the Art. And for Annice, one of those rare talents able to Sing the elemental spirits from each of the four quarters, the call of magic was too strong to be denied, even if it meant renouncing her royal blood and privileges. But Annice might have made a different choice if she could have foreseen that ten years after she’d transferred her life and loyalties from the Royal Palace to the Bardic Hall, she’d find herself fleeing from the King’s Guards. For Annice was twice guilty of treason, first for imperiling the order of succession by becoming pregnant, and second for aiding the father of her unborn child, the Duc of Ohrid, to escape the palace dungeons and the sentence of death hanging over his head. Now the fugitives’ only hope lay in tracking down and bringing to justice the enemy who’d masterminded the Duc’s downfall, a dangerous foe who had found a way to tie lies and truths together into a knot even the most powerful of Bardic spells could not unravel…
Fifth Quarter
2 Apr
1995
Bannon and Vree, brother and sister, they are assassins of the highest caliber who have long plied their trade for the Havalkeen army. But all their skill and experience cannot save them from a magic-sprung trap that will see the two forced to share one body when the very man they’ve been sent to assassinate steals Bannon’s body for himself. How long brother and sister can coexist in one body neither can guess. And so they set out to catch and defeat this foe who has already bested them once. But when Bannon and Vree confront this master of a magic beyond their comprehension, he offers them a terrible choice – to continue their new dual existence forever, or to betray the Empire they have served all their lives. For it is not control of Bannon’s body which is Gyhard’s true goal but rather the body – and with it the identity and power – of the Imperial Prince!
No Quarter
3 Apr
1996
Gyhard and Vree have abandoned the Empire for the kingdom of Shkoder, hoping to enlist the bards’ aid in finding Gyhard a body of his own. But there are those who have more insidious plans for them–those who will stop at nothing to exact revenge upon Gyhard no matter whose body he’s in.
The Quartered Sea
4 May
1999
Queen Jelena of Shkoder has decided to start her reign by commissioning a ship to undertake the exploration of uncharted waters in search of the homeland of the legendary Dark Sailor. When disaster strikes, the bard Benedikt — who Sings only One Quarter, that of Water — is hopelessly stranded with no way to get word back to the queen. Washed up on the shores of a distant land, Benedikt is claimed by his rescuers as a pawn in their intricate and perilous game of politics and religion. Can this One Quarter bard find a Song that will let him survive without disturbing the precarious power balance of a civilization he barely understands?

Keeper’s Chronicles Series

Title Book # Date Description
Summon the Keeper
1 May
1998
Claire Hansen, the Keeper, is summoned to the Elysian Fields Guest House to reseal a hole in the basement, which is literally an opening to Hell. The owner and monitor of the site disappears, leaving Claire stuck managing the place until the problem is solved. Her new employee, Dean McIssac, is a gorgeous Newfie who cooks, cleans, and lives the Boy Scout oath. Then there’s Jacques Labaet: very French Canadian, very sexy, very dead. Jacques is a ghost who wants to be the man in Claire’s life. Oh yeah, and there’s Austin, a talking cat with attitude: “I barely know you, but I’m assuming you’re human. I’m not saying this is a good thing, it’s just the way it is.”
The Second Summoning
2 Mar
2001
After closing the portal to hell, Claire and her talking cat, Austin, acquired a new companion–Dean, who was a Bystander and should not have remembered Keepers existed, but somehow in the course of their mutual ordeal at the Elysian Fields, he’d become an indispensable part of Claire’s life. Yet with Dean around—and a little of her sister Diana’s meddling thrown in—the world was headed straight for Chaos, and Claire was about to face a challenge beyond her wildest imagination.
Long Hot Summoning
3 May
2003
A force from the Otherside threatens to break through to our world and destroy the balance between Light and Darkness. Unless, of course, the Keepers Claire and Diana-two sisters who are able to reweave the possibilities of time and space-can prevent a permanent rift between worlds…at the local shopping mall.

Valor Confederation Series

Title Book # Date Description
Valor’s Choice
1 Apr
2000
In the distant future, humans and several other races have been granted membership in the Confederation – at a price. They must act as soldier/protectors of the far more civilized races who have long since turned away from war… — Staff Sergeant Torin Kerr was a battle-hardened professional. So when she and those in her platoon who’d survived the last deadly encounter with the Others were yanked from a well-deserved leave for what was supposed to be “easy” duty as the honor guard for a diplomatic mission to the non-Confederation world of the Silsviss, she was ready for anything. At first it seemed that all she’d have to contend with was bored troops getting into mischief, and breaking in the new Second Lieutenant who had been given command of her men. Sure, there’d been rumors of the Others – the sworn enemies of the Confederation – being spotted in this sector of space. But there were always rumors. The key thing was to recruit the Silsviss into the Confederation before the Others either attacked or claimed this lizardlike race of warriors for their own side. And everything seemed to be going perfectly. Maybe too perfectly…
The Better Part of Valor
2 Mar
2002
Torin Kerr’s outspokenness gets her in a load of trouble. After she tells a two-star general what she really thinks of him, Kerr finds herself separated from her platoon and ordered to report to a top-secret reconnaissance mission, either as punishment for her quick mouth or praise for her service. Kerr must turn a ragtag group of Marines into a cohesive fighting unit in a matter of days, while maneuvering through the murky political waters of the Confederation.
The Heart of Valor
3 Jun
2007
Staff Sergeant Torin Kerr’s goal is to keep both her superior officers and her troops alive as they face missions throughout the galaxy. But she’s been sidelined with endless briefings and debriefings for a while, so she jumps at the chance to go to Crucible – the Marine Corps training planet – as temporary aide to Major Svensson. The major was reduced to little more than a brain and spinal cord in his last combat, and now he and his doctor are eager to field test his new body. It’s supposed to be an easy assignment – after all, Crucible was set up to simulate battle situations so recruits could be trained safely. But Torin’s barely on-planet when someone starts blasting the training scenarios to smithereens…
Valor’s Trial
4 Jun
2008
Gunnery Sergeant Torin Kerr is a Confederation Marines marine. She’s survived more deadly encounters and kept more of her officers and enlistees alive than anyone in the Corps. Unexpectedly pulled from battle, Torin finds herself in an underground POW camp that shouldn’t exist, where her fellow marine prisoners seem to have lost all will to escape. Now, Torin must fight her way not only out of the prison but also past the growing compulsion to sit down and give up not realizing that her escape could mean the end of the war.
The Truth of Valor
5 Sep
2010
Former Marine Gunnery Sergeant Torin Kerr is attempting to build a new life with salvage operator Craig Ryder on his ship, the Promise. Turns out civilian life is a lot rougher than she’d imagined-salvage operators are losing both cargo and lives to pirates. And when they attack the Promise, Craig is taken prisoner and Torin is left for dead. When Torin finds out why the pirates needed Craig, she calls in the Marines to get him back-and to stop the pirates from changing the balance of power in known space.

The Smoke Trilogy Series

Title Book # Date Description
Smoke and Shadows
1 Apr
2004
Tony, a former street kid, is now a production assistant on a TV series about a vampire detective. But the special effects wizard is actually a real wizard who’s come from another dimension-along with a dangerous foe. And Tony will definitely need the help of vampire Henry Fitzroy if he, his friend-and the world-are going to stand any chance of surviving this invasion.
Smoke and Mirrors
2 Jun
2005
When Tony and his TV crew find themselves shooting in an actual haunted house, all hell threatens to break loose. Locked into the house overnight, can Tony keep the diabolical controling spirit from turning the crew against one another in an orgy of blood?
Smoke and Ashes
3 Jun
2006
Tony Foster and the crew of “Darkest Night,” a TV series about a vampire detective, find themselves facing another supernatural menace, a Demonic Convergence. Tony-with the help of vampire Henry Fitzroy and Leah, a stuntwoman who is the last surviving priestess of a sex demon, plus a tabloid reporter and a Canadian Mountie-must keep the key to the convergence alive to prevent a demonic invasion so large scale that it could be the finale-for the whole world.

Enchantment Emporium Series

Title Book # Date Description
The Enchantment Emporium
1 Jun
2009
Alysha Gale belongs to a specially “charm”-full family. The men grow horns, and obey females until they “choose”. She inherits her gran’s Calgary junk shop with fey mailboxes and the Monkey’s Paw. Leprechaun Joe can help sell yoyos. Tabloid reporter Graham bats very blue eyes and beds her. But when dragons fly overhead can even the Aunties save the day?
The Wild Ways
2 Nov
2011
Charlie Gale heads east to join a Celtic band on the summer circuit, but faces Aunt Catherine instead. An offshore oil-drilling company hired Catherine to steal Selkies’ sealskins. Charlie must teach being Wild to Jack – a Dragon Prince trying to be a real boy – and commit corporate espionage with a sobbing seal-wife and every fiddle player in Nova Scotia.
The Future Falls
3 Nov
2014
When Auntie Catherine warns the family of an approaching asteroid, the Gales scramble to keep humans from going the way of the dinosaurs. Fortunately for the world, they’re wielding a guitar and a dragon. The Gale family can change the world with the charms they cast, which has caused some supernaturally complicated family shenanigans in the past. So when NASA and Doomsday Dan confirm Auntie Catherine’s dire prediction, Charlotte “Charlie” Gale turns to the family for help. But Allie is unavailable because the universe seems determined to have her produce the seventh son of a seventh son of a seventh son of a Gale.  And the Aunties can’t help because they’re tied to the earth – although they are happy to provide their delicious, trademark pies.  And in the end, all Charlie has is a guitar… and Jack. The Dragon Prince, and a Sorcerer. But Charlie might like Jack just a little too much, and Jack might like Charlie a little too much in return. Actually, between Allie’s hormones, the Aunties trying to force her and Jack into ritual, the Courts having way too much fun at the end of days, and Jack’s sudden desire to sacrifice himself for the good of the many, Charlie’s fairly certain that the asteroid is the least of her problems. The Gales are going to need more than pie to save the world from an incoming asteroid. But together there isn’t anything they can’t deal with – except possibly each other.

New Series! Peacekeeper Series

Title Book # Date Description
An Ancient Peace
1 Oct
2015
The first book of a thrilling new military science fiction spin-off of Tanya Huff’s Confederation series.

Stand-alone Books

Title Book # Date Description
Gate of Darkness, Circle of Light
Nov
1989
Toronto had no idea what was in store for it–an Adept of Darkness had broken the barriers and arrived in this 20th-century city. And in an age when only fools and innocents still believed in magic, who was there to fight against this invasion by evil?
The Fire’s Stone
Oct
1990
Aaron, Clan Heir, has fled his people when his beloved was slain by his own father’s command, abandoning his training, duty and beliefs to become a thief. A master of his trade, he now dared the odds in Ischia, city of the volcano, where the price of being caught was death.
Scholar of Decay
Dec
1995
Scholar of Decay is the story of a man driven by love into the darkest corners of the world. When Aurek Nuiken’s wife is attacked and made prisoner by an evil mage, he must search the Domains of Dread for the spell that will allow him to free her. But ultimately his wife’s freedom – and his own – lies in the hands of a clan of wererats who are not inclined to assist him. Faced with both his own torment and the monsters of the Ravenloft world, Aurek is pushed to the edge of madness and to a choice that no man should ever have to make.
The Silvered
Nov
2012
The Empire has declared war on the small, were-ruled kingdom of Aydori, capturing five women of the Mage-Pack, including the wife of the were Pack-leader. With the Pack off defending the border, it falls to Mirian Maylin and Tomas Hagen—she a low-level mage, he younger brother to the Pack-leader—to save them. Together the two set out on the kidnappers’ trail, racing into the heart of enemy territory. With every step the odds against them surviving and succeeding soar….

Short Story Collections

Title Date Description
What Ho, Magic! Mar
1999
“What Little Girls are Made Of” (First published in Magic in Ithkar 3, edited by Andre Norton & Robert Adams, TOR, Oct 1986)
“The Chase is On” (First published in Amazing Stories – Jul 1989)
“Underground” (First published in Northern Frights, Mosaic Press, 1992)
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas” (First published in The Christmas Bestiary, DAW Books Inc., 1992)
“Shing Li’ung” (First published in Dragon Fantastic, edited by Rosalind M. Greenberg and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books Inc., 1992)
“First Love, Last Love” (First published in MZB’s Fantasy Magazine, Fall 1993)
“Word of Honour” (First published in Tales of the Knights Templar, Warner, 1995)
“The Harder They Fall” (First published in MZB’s Fantasy Magazine, Summer 1995)
“A Debt Unpaid” (First published in Northern Frights 3, Mosaic Press, 1995)
“This Town Ain’t Big Enough” (First published in Vampire Detective, DAW Books Inc., 1995)
“What Manner of Man” (First published in Time of the Vampires, DAW Books Inc., 1996)
“February Thaw” (First published in Olympus, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Bruce D. Arthurs, DAW Books Inc., 1998)
“Symbols are a Percussion Instrument” (First published in Tarot Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Lawrence Schimel, DAW Books Inc., 1997)
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream Team” (First published in Elf Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books Inc., 1997)
“The Cards Also Say” (First published in The Fortune Teller, DAW Books Inc., 1997)
“The Vengeful Spirit of Lake Nepeakea”
Stealing Magic 1999

Sep
2005

“Third Time Lucky” (First published in Amazing Stories, Nov 1986; reprinted in On Spec, Fall 1995)
“And Who is Joah” (First published in Amazing Stories, Nov 1987; reprinted in On Spec, Winter 1995)
“The Last Lesson” (First published in Amazing Stories, Sep 1989; reprinted in On Spec, Summer 1996)
“Be it Ever so Humble” (First published in MZB’s Fantasy Magazine, Winter 1991; reprinted in Best of MZA’s Fantasy Magazine, Warner, Oct 1994)
“Nothing up Her Sleeve” (First published in Amazing Stories, 1991)
“Swan’s Braid” (First published in Swords of the Rainbow, Alyson Publications, Apr 1996)
“In Mysterious Way” (First published in Bending the Landscape, Borealis Press, Mar 1997)
“Mirror, Mirror on the Lam” (First published in Wizard Fantastic, DAW Books Inc., Nov 1997)
“The Lions of al’Kalamir”
“We Two May Meet” (First published in DAW 30th Anniversary Anthology, DAW Books Inc., 2002)
“Sometimes, Just Because” (First published in Relative Magic, Meisha Merlin Publishing, Sep 2003)
Relative Magic Sep
2003
“Swan’s Braid” (First published in Swords of the Rainbow, Alyson Publications, Apr 1996)
“In Mysterious Way” (First published in Bending the Landscape, Borealis Press, Mar 1997)
“The Lions of al’Kalamir” (First published in Stealing Magic, Tesseracts Books, 1999)
“Now Entering the Ring” (First published in On Spec, Winter 1999)
“Burning Bright” (First published in Earth, Air, Fire, Water, edited by Margaret Weiss, DAW Books Inc., Nov 1999)
“Death Rites” (First published in Assassin Fantastic, DAW Books Inc., 2001)
“Someone to Share the Night” (First published in Single White Vampire Seeks Same, DAW Books Inc., Jan 2001)
“Oh Glorious Sight” (First published in Oceans of Magic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & Brian Thomsen, DAW Books Inc., Feb 2001; reprinted in Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow & Terry Winding, St. Martins, 2001)
“All Things Being Relative” (First published in Villains Victorious, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., Apr 2001)
“Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice” (First published in The Mutant Files, DAW Books Inc., Aug 2001)
“To Each His Own King” (First published in Dracula in London, Ace Publishing, Nov 2001)
“Nights of the Round Table” (First published in Knights Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., Apr 2002)
“Nanite, Star Bright” (First published in Once Upon a Galaxy, DAW Books Inc., Sep 2002)
“When the Student is Ready” (First published in Apprentice Fantastic, edited by Russell Davis and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books Inc., Nov 2002)
“Another Fine Nest” (First published in The Bakka Anthology, Bakka Publishing, Dec 2002)
“Succession” (First published in Pharaoh Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & Brittiany A. Koren, DAW Books Inc., Dec 2002)
“Sometimes, Just Because”
Blood Bank Sep
2006
“This Town Ain’t Big Enough” (First published in Vampire Detective, DAW Books Inc., 1995)
“What Manner of Man” (First published in Time of the Vampires, DAW Books Inc., 1996)
“The Cards Also Say” (First published in The Fortune Teller, DAW Books Inc., 1997)
“The Vengeful Spirit of Lake Nepeakea” (First published in What Ho, Magic, Meisha Merlin Publishing, 1999)
“Someone to Share the Night” (First published in Single White Vampire Seeks Same, DAW Books Inc., 2001)
“Another Fine Nest” (First published in The Bakka Anthology, Bakka Publishing, 2002)
“Scleratus” (First published in The Repentant, DAW Books Inc., 2003)
“Critical Analysis” (First published in Slipstreams, DAW Books Inc., 2006)
“So This is Christmas”
Finding Magic Nov
2007
“The Demon’s Den” (First published in Sword of Ice, DAW Books Inc., 1997)
“We Two May Meet” (First published in DAW 30th Anniversary Anthology, DAW Books Inc., 2002)
“I Knew a Guy Once” (First published in Space Inc. DAW Books Inc., 2003)
“Brock” (First published in Sun in Glory, DAW Books Inc., 2003)
“He Said, Sidhe Said” (First published in Faerie Tales, DAW Books Inc., 2004)
“Finding Marcus” (First published in Sirius the Dog Star, DAW Books Inc., 2004)
“Jack” (First published in Little Red Riding Hood in the Big Bad City, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., 2004)
“Slow Poison” (First published in In the Shadow of Evil, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., 2005)
“A Choice of Endings” (First published in Maiden, Matron, Crone, DAW Books Inc., 2005)
“All the Ages of Man” (First published in Crossroads & Other Tales of Valdemar, DAW Books Inc., 2005)
“Tuesday Evenings, Six Thirty to Seven” (First published in Eeriecon Chapbook, 2006)
“Blood in the Water” (First published in Army of the Fantastic, edited by John Marco & John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., May 2007)
“After School Specials” (First published in Children of Magic, DAW Books Inc., Jun 2006)
“Not That Kind of War” (First published in Women at War, DAW Books Inc., 2006)
“Under Summons” (First published in MythSprings, Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 2006)
“A Woman’s Work” (First published in If I Were an Evil Overlord, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books Inc., Mar 2007)
“The Things Everyone Knows” (First published in Under Cover of Darkness, DAW Books Inc., Feb 2007)

e-Collections

Title Date Description
Nights of the Round Table and Other Stories 2011 “Nights of the Round Table” (First published in Knights Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., Apr 2002)
“What Little Girls are Made Of” (First published in Magic in Ithkar 3, edited by Andre Norton & Robert Adams, TOR, Oct 1986)
“Blood in the Water” (First published in Army of the Fantastic, edited by John Marco & John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., May 2007)
“A Woman’s Work” (First published in If I Were an Evil Overlord, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books Inc., Mar 2007)
“Succession” (First published in Pharoh Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & Brittiany A. Koren, DAW Books Inc., Dec 2002)
“Oh Glorious Sight” (First published in Oceans of Magic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & Brian Thomsen, DAW Books Inc., Feb 2001; reprinted in Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow & Terry Winding, St. Martins, 2001)
“All Things Being Relative” (First published in Villians Victorious, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., Apr 2001)
“Slow Poison” (First published in In the Shadow of Evil, edited by Martin H. Greenberg & John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., 2005)
February Thaw and Other Stories 2011 “February Thaw” (First published in Olympus, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Bruce D. Arthurs, DAW Books Inc., 1998)
“Burning Bright” (First published in Earth, Air, Fire, Water, edited by Margaret Weiss, DAW Books Inc., Nov 1999)
“When the Student is Ready” (First published in Apprentice Fantastic, edited by Russell Davis and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books Inc., Nov 2002)
“Jack” (First published in Little Red Riding Hood in the Big Bad City, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers, DAW Books Inc., 2004)
“Symbols are a Percussion Instrument” (First published in Tarot Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Lawrence Schimel, DAW Books Inc., 1997)
“Shing Li’ung” (First published in Dragon Fantastic, edited by Rosalind M. Greenberg and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books Inc., 1992)
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream Team” (First published in Elf Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books Inc., 1997)
Swan’s Braid and Other Tales of Terizan 2013 “Swan’s Braid” (First published in Swords of the Rainbow, Alyson Publications, Apr 1996)
“In Mysterious Way” (First published in Bending the Landscape, Borealis Press, Mar 1997)
“The Lions of al’Kalamir” (Original to Stealing Magic, Tesseract Books, 1999)
“Sometimes, Just Because” (Original to Relative Magic, Meisha Merlin Publishing, Sep 2003)
“The Things Everyone Knows” (First published in Under Cover of Darkness, DAW Books Inc., Feb 2007)
He Said, Sidhe Said and Other Tales 2013 “A Choice of Endings” (First published in Maiden, Matron, Crone, DAW Books Inc., 2005)
“Finding Marcus” (First published in Sirius the Dog Star, DAW Books Inc., 2004)
“He Said, Sidhe Said” (First published in Faerie Tales, DAW Books Inc., 2004)
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas” (First published in The Christmas Beastiary, DAW Books Inc., 1992)
“Tuesday Evenings, Six Thirty to Seven” (First published in Eeriecon Chapbook, 2006)
“Under Summons” (First published in MythSprings, Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 2006)
“Word of Honour” (First published in Tales of the Knights Templar, Warner, 1995)
Third Time Lucky and Other Tales of the Most Powerful Wizard in the World 2015 “The Last Lesson” (First published in Amazing Stories, Sep 1989; reprinted in On Spec, Summer 1996)
“Be it Ever so Humble” (First published in MZB’s Fantasy Magazine, Winter 1991; reprinted in Best of MZA’s Fantasy Magazine, Warner, Oct 1994)
“Mirror, Mirror on the Lam” (First published in Wizard Fantastic, DAW Books Inc., Nov 1997)
“Third Time Lucky” (First published in Amazing Stories, Nov 1986; reprinted in On Spec, Fall 1995)
“And Who is Joah” (First published in Amazing Stories, Nov 1987; reprinted in On Spec, Winter 1995)
“Nothing up Her Sleeve” (First published in Amazing Stories, 1991)
“We Two May Meet” (First published in DAW 30th Anniversary Anthology, DAW Books Inc., 2002)

Short Stories (published elsewhere)

Title Date Description
“Playing the Game” Sep
2002
Be Very Afraid  published by Tundra Books
“Blood Wrapped” 2007 Many Blood Returns  published by Ace
“Exactly” 2007 Places to Go, People to Kill  published by DAW Books Inc.
“Music Hath Charms” 2008 Hotter Than Hell  published by Harper Collins
“Live On” Dec
2008
Moving Targets, 4th Valdemar Anthology  published by DAW Books Inc.
“Nothing Better to Do” Dec
2009
Changing the World, 5th Valdemar Anthology  published by DAW Books Inc.
“No Matter Where You Go” Feb
2010
A Girl’s Guide to Guns and Monsters  published by DAW Books Inc.
“Quid Pro Quo” Mar
2010
Evolve  published by Edge SF & Fantasy Publishing
“The Time We Have” Dec
2010
Finding the Way, 6th Valdemar Anthology  published by DAW Books Inc.
“See Me” Jun
2011
Those Who Hunt Monsters  published by Edge SF & Fantasy Publishing
“Songs Sung Red” Aug
2011
The Wild Side  published by Baen
“Family Matters” Dec
2011
Under the Vale, 7th Valdemar Anthology  published by DAW Books Inc.
“You Do What You Do” Mar
2012
Armored  published by Baen
“Tha Thu Ann” Dec
2012
Elemental Magic  published by DAW Books Inc.
“Quartered” 2012 A Fantasy Medley 2 published by Subterranean Press
“In the Arms of the Sea” Dec
2013
Elementary  published by DAW Books Inc.
“Steel Ships” Mar
2015
Operation Arcana  published by Baen

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