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Southern Lights

Novelette. 9400 words.
One of the Jaisel stories.

Jaisel is invited into the house of the alchemist Parrivot by his daughter Ghisanne. Jaisel is struck by Parrivot's strangeness, but comes to realize that Ghisanne is stranger still.
  1. Amazons II. New York: DAW Books, 1982. Original anthology. Jessica Amanda Salmonson, editor. Pages: 71-94.
  2. Dreams Of Dark And Light.

    Italian Translations:

  1. Guerriere Senza Tempo. (Translation of Amazons II). Rome: Fanucci Editore, 1988. Original anthology. Jessica Amanda Salmonson, editor. As "Luci Del Sud", translated by Gianni Pilo. Pages: 5-34.

Speir-Bhan

Short Story. 6760 words.

A woman who finds and reads her grandfather's diary unleashes the specter of an old debt that, even in today's modern age, must be paid---one way or the other.
  1. Emerald Magic: Great Tales of Irish Fantasy. New York: TOR Books, 2004. Original anthology. Andrew M. Greeley, editor. Pages: 56-87.
  2. The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighteenth Annual Collection. St. Martin's Griffin, 2005. Reprint anthology. Kelly Link, Gavin Grant, and Ellen Datlow, editors.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Emerald Magic: Great Tales of Irish Fantasy. New York: TOR Books, 2004. Original anthology. Andrew M. Greeley, editor. Pages: 56-87.
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon US.
    Available for the Nook Color via Barnes and Noble.
    Available through The Ebook Store.

The Squire's Tale

Short story. 3000 words.

A lord and his squire ride through a barren place, past a stake where a witch was burned. Yet something of the witch remains.
  1. Sorcerer's Apprentice. No 7, Summer 1980. Pages: 46-51.
  2. Women As Demons.
  3. Ghosteria Volume One: The Stories. Pages 165-172.

    Spanish Translations:

  1. Mujeres: Ángeles O Demonios (Women As Demons). As "El Relato De EScudero", translated by Alejandra Vassallo. Pages: [175]-181.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Ghosteria Volume One: The Stories, September 2014.
    Available via Amazon US for the Kindle.
    Available via Amazon UK for the Kindle.

Stained With Crimson

Novel. 43,000 words.

"How fast does a man run when the Devil is after him?" Andre St Jean is about to find out, as a young man collapses at his feet and presses into his hand a strange scarab ring, containing the secret of life ...(back cover copy, The Book Of The Damned).
  1. The Book Of The Damned.
  2. The Secret Books Of Paradys 1 & 2.
  3. The Secret Books Of Paradys: The Complete Paradys Cycle.

    Italian Translations:

  1. Gli Imperi Azzurri (The Book Of The Damned). As "Maculato Di Cremisi", translated by Maria Grazia Griffini. Pages: [5]-105.
  2. Gli Imperi Azzurri (The Book Of The Damned). As "Maculato Di Cremisi", translated by Anna Maria [Grazia] Griffini. Pages: 5-113.

    Japanese Translations:

  1. Paradeisu No Hi Roku Ochi Taru Mono No Kaki (The Book Of The Damned). As "Kurenai Ni Some Rare", translated by Sayako Asaba. Pages: [289]-369.
  2. Paradeisu No Hi Roku Ochi Taru Mono No Kaki (The Book Of The Damned). As "Kurenai Ni Some Rare", translated by Sayako Asaba. Pages: [319]-411.
  3. Paradeisu No Hi Roku Ochi Taru Mono No Kaki (The Book Of The Damned). As "Kurenai Ni Some Rare", translated by Sayako Asaba. Pages: [9]-162.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. [New York]: Open Road Media, February 2016:
    Available via Amazon US for the Kindle.
    Available via Barnes and Noble for the Nook.

Stalking The Leopard

Short story. 3600 words.

Where all else has lost its glitter, there remains one more mystery to explore. From a future-urban myth by John Kaiine.
  1. Realms of Fantasy. Vol 10 No 5 June 2004. Pages: 46-51, 88. (Note: this issue was misnumbered as Vol 10, No 4, June 2004).
  2. Space Is Just A Starry Night. Pages: 145-163.

Stars Above, Stars Below

Short story. 3800 words.

Taira, a court woman, accompanies the body of the priestess-queen Het-Ambaret on the death barge that carries it to the Palace of the Tombs.
  1. Weird Tales. No 314 (Vol 55 No 2), Fall 1998. Pages: 14, 16-18.
  2. Weird Tales 313-316 (Summer 1998-Summer 1999). Holicong PA.: Wildside Press, 2003. Anthology/omnibus, internally a facsimile reprint of four issues of Weird Tales. This is a print-on-demand edition, available online at Wildside Press. Darrell Schweitzer, editor. Pages: 14, 16-18.

Stephen Jones And The Time Traveller

Vignette. 344 words.

A Victorian man meets the author and editor Stephen Jones outside of the Charing Cross station in London, and is much distressed. Before he flees into his time machine, he gives Stephen an impassioned diatribe against ... mobile phones.
  1. The Mammoth Book Of Stephen Jones. [London]: PS Publishing Special Publications, 2003. Edited by Val Edwards. Pages: 35-36. Note: Printed in a limited edition of 200 copies for Stephen Jones' 50th birthday, 2003. A photoshop likeness of Stephen Jones by John Kaiine called "Stephen Jones Unchained" appears on p. 73.

The Story Told By Smoke: From The Journals Of St. Strange

Short story. 6400 words.
One of the stories from The Journals Of St. Strange.

Rebaidah is sold by her father the pot-seller to a rich man named Handsome. Not allowed to leave Handsome's house, Rebaidah spends her days in a rooftop pavilion, where she has encounters with a beautiful visitor who comes through the tree overlooking the roof. The visits come to an end when Handsome orders the tree cut down.
  1. Realms Of Fantasy. Vol 1 No 3, February 1995. Pages: 27-31, 77.

Strindberg's Ghost Sonata

Novella. 16225 words.
The second appearance of the land of Petragravia in the The Secret Books of Petragravia Series.

When a poor man is rescued from certain death by hospitable strangers, he discovers that he is not a guest in their haunted tenement building - he is a prisoner destined to become a sacrifice.
  1. The Ghost Quartet. New York: Tor, 2008. Original anthology. Marvin Kaye, editor. Pages: [215]-297.

Sun City

Novelette. 8500 words.

King Kemem, the ruler of Solko, the City of the Sun, takes half of the horses belonging to the Horse People. Their leader Zakonax must find a way to get them back. He travels to Solko with his white mare Feena. Along the way, he encounters Haxaretl, a sorceress who has her own reason for wanting Zakonax to fail in his quest.
  1. Young Winter's Tales 3. London: Macmillan, 1972. Original anthology. Marni Hodgkin, editor.
  2. Fantasy Stories. UK: Robinson Children's Books, 1996. Original/Reprint anthology. Mike Ashley, editor.
  3. The Random House Book Of Fantasy Stories. New York: Random House, 1996. Original/Reprint antology. Michael Ashley and Douglas Carrell, editors.

The Sundial

Poem. 12 lines.

  1. Unsilent Night.

Sweet Grapes

Short story. 4200 words.

A chance meeting between a writer and David Somes, a not-very-well-known painter, leads to a wonderful discovery, followed almost immediately by an irretrievable loss.
  1. Forests Of The Night.

Table Manners

Short story. 4360 words.

Lelystra goes to the Kokersons for a masqued ball and meets the vampire Anghel.
  1. Immortal: Love Stories With Bite. [S.l.]: Borders Exclusive [in conjunction with Teen Libris], 2008. Original anthology. Edited by P.C. Cast with Lean Wilson. Pages: [77]-99. NB: This an in-store Border Books exclusive publication.
  2. Immortal: Love Stories With Bite. Dallas, Texas: Benbella Books, 2009. Original anthology. Edited by P.C. Cast with Lean Wilson.

    Polish Translations:

  1. Nieśmiertelni: Miłosne Opowieści Wampiryczne. (Translation of: Immortal: Love Stories With Bite.) Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Książnica, 2010. Original anthology. Edited by P.C. Cast with Lean Wilson. Translated as "Dobre Maniery" by Krzysztof Sokołowski.

    Portuguese Translations:

  1. Imortal, Histórias De Amor Eterno. (Translation of: Immortal: Love Stories With Bite.) São Paolo: Planeta do Brasil, 2010. Original anthology. Edited by P.C. Cast with Lean Wilson. Translated as "Bons Modos À Mesa" by Carolina Caires Coelho. Pages: 97-121.

    Turkish Translations:

  1. Lanetli: Ölümsüz Ask Hikayeleril. Istanbul: Pegasus Yayinlari, 2011. (Translation of Immortal: Love Stories With Bite). Translated as "Sofra Adebi" by Esra Doyuk.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Available for the Kindle via Amazon US.

Taken At His Word

Short story. 4000 words.

Olvero, the poor scholar, has his work refuted by the governor. As she sits down to pen his last tome, the only word that will come to him is VAMPIRE.
  1. The Bitten Word. [Weston, Cambridge, England]: NewCon Press, 2010. Original anthology. Edited by Ian Whates. Pages: 177-197.

The Tale Of The Tailor's Tail

Short story. 1400 words.

Scheherezade relates the story of a tailor who is asked to repair a demon's torn tail.
  1. Scheherezade. No. 30, 2008. Pages: 2-4.
  2. Phantasya. Pages: [353]-359.

Tamastara

Novelette. 10,500 words.

Renard has escaped from an aborted raid on the strato-station. He is waiting for his comrades to join him on the planet below when he encounters a woman - a stranger who seems to know him as well as he knows himself.
  1. Tamastara, Or, The Indian Nights. Pages: 149-174.
  2. Dreams Of Dark And Light. Pages: 426-449.
  3. Tamastara, Or, The Indian Nights. Pages: 142-165.

    German Translations:

  1. Indische Nächte: Eine Magische Reise In Eine Dunkle Welt (Tamastara, Or, The Indian Nights). As "Tamastara", translated by Dr. Elisabeth Sautter. Pages: [237]-277.

    Japanese Translations:

  1. Tamastara Indo Gensou Yawa (Tamastara, or, The Indian Nights). As "Ankoku No Hoshi", translated by Akinobu Sakai. Pages: [263]-309.

Tan

Vignette. 500 words.

A woman works on her tan and has an odd dream.
  1. The Immersion Book Of SF. Sussex, England: Immersion Press, 2010. Edited by Carmelo Rafala. Original anthology. Pages: 11-13.
  2. Ghosteria Volume One: The Stories. Pages 173-175.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Ghosteria Volume One: The Stories, September 2014.
    Available via Amazon US for the Kindle.
    Available via Amazon UK for the Kindle.

Tanith Lee Interview

Non-fiction. 1150 words.

Interview with Tanith Lee with a focus on her work writing the episodes "Sarcophagus" and "Sand" for Blake's 7.
  1. Scorpio Attack: A Blake's 7 Fanzine. Issue One, August 2005. Pages: 31-33.

Tanith Lee Is Reading…

Non-fiction. 370 words.

Tanith Lee recommends some books she has read recently, including The Ill-Made Mute by Cecilia Dart-Thornton, Empire Of Bones by Liz Williams, and To The North by Elizabeth Bowen.
  1. Realms Of Fantasy. Vol 8 No 6, August 2002. Page: 36.

Tanith Lee on Tales of Horror and The Supernatural by Arthur Machen

Non-fiction. 950 words.

Tanith Lee comments on Arthur Machen's famous book Tales of Horror and The Supernatural by Arthur Machen.
  1. Horror: Another 100 Best Books.New York: Carroll & Graf, 2005. Stephen Jones and Kim Newman, editors. Pages: 125-129.

Tanith Lee Talks To Mary O'Keefe And Liz Williams

Non-fiction. 2180 words.
Illustrated in pen and ink by Deirdre Counihan.
Note: an exerpt under the title "In Praise of Dangerous Women: An Interview with Tanith Lee by Mary O'Keefe and Liz Wiliams" can be found online here.

Tanith Lee is interviewed about her writing, various inspirations, and her life by Mary O'Keefe and Liz Williams.
  1. Scheherezade. No 27, 2004. Pages: 18-22.

The Tenebris Malgraph

Novelette. 13,200 words.

The narrator accepts an invitation from Cimarin to accompany her and her husband Arro on their yacht as it sails from Catseye to Tenebris South. But a mystery develops along the way - a mystery involving Cimarin and a black fossil stone dredged up by Arro.
  1. Forests Of The Night.

That Glisters Is

Short story. 6500 words.

Images of the Face, and questions about how his uncle Talva drowned at the top of the stairs lead Conraj on a life-long search for the Place.
  1. Graven Images. New York: Ace, 2000. Original anthology. Nancy Kilpatrick & Thomas S. Roche, editors. Pages: 231-246.
  2. Dancing Through The Fire: A Collection Of Stories In Five Moves. Pages: [32]-45.

    French Translations:

  1. Moirages. No. 3, Juillet 2002. Revue Traverses. As "Tout Ce Qui Brasille", translated by Estelle Valls de Gomis. Pages: 283-301.

The Thaw

Novelette. 9300 words.

In the year 2193, Carla Brice is revived after 200 years in Cryogenic Suspension. She comes to live with her great-great-great-great-great granddaughter Tracey, who eventually comes to realize that something about Carla isn't quite as it should be.
  1. Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine. Vol 3 No 6 (No 16), June 1979. Pages: 20-39.
  2. The 1980 Annual World's Best SF. New York: DAW Books, 1980. Reprint anthology. Donald A. Wollheim & Arthur W. Saha, editors. Note: reprinted as Wollheim's World's Best SF Series 9 (DAW, 1985).
  3. The Best Science Fiction Of The Year #9. New York: Ballantine Books, 1980. Reprint anthology. Terry Carr, editor.
  4. Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Anthology, Vol. 4. New York: Davis Publications Inc., 1980. Reprint anthology. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg & Charles G. Waugh, editors.
  5. Women As Demons.
  6. Women Of Wonder: The Contemporary Years. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1995. Reprint anthology. Pamela Sargent, editor
  7. Decades Of Science Fiction. Lincolnwood, IL: NTC Publishing, 1997. Reprint anthology. Applewhite Minyard, editor.
  8. Space Is Just A Starry Night. Pages: 59-82.

    French Translations:

  1. La Femme Infinie. Tournai and Paris: Casterman, Autre Temps, Autres Mondes/Anthologies, 1983. Pierre K. Rey, editor. As "Le Dégel", translated by Jean-Pierre Pugi.

    Japanese Translations:

  1. SF Hoseki. Vol 6, issue no. 6, June 1980. As "Kaitu No Hi", translated by Mariko Sakawa and illustrated by Hiroshi Okamoto.

    Spanish Translations:

  1. Nueva Dimensión. No 132, March 1981. As "El Deshielo", translated by César Terrón. Pages: 47-67.
  2. Isaac Asimov: Revista De Ciencia Ficción. No 2, 1986. As "El Descongelamiento", translated by Lucía Solavagione. Pages: 5-26.
  3. Mujeres: Ángeles O Demonios (Women As Demons). As "El Deshielo", translated by Alejandra Vassallo. Pages: [230]-248.

Their Mysterious Minds

Short story. 4100 words.
Also available as an Audiobook.

When men try to play gods, they tend to come unstuck. It's no good starting to fly before you have grown the wings.
  1. Queen Victoria's Book Of Spells: An Anthology of Gaslight Fantasy. New York: TOR Books, 2013. Original anthology, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. Two issues, no priority.
    1. Pictorial dustjacket over cloth covered binding. ISBN 0-7653-3226-4, $25.99. Pages: [301]-321.
    2. Trade paperback. ISBN 0-7653-3227-1, $15.99. Pages: [301]-321.

These Beasts

Short story. 4700 words.

Carem, the tomb robber, hears of a fabulous treasure buried in the Tomb of the Black Dog. He takes many jewels from the tomb, and something else as well.
  1. The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Vol 88 No 6 (No 529), June 1995. Pages: 56-66.
  2. By Moonlight Only. London: PS Publishing, 2003. Reprint Anthology, edited by Stephen Jones.
    1. Limited Issue. 150 numbered copies, Issued in a paper covered slipcase. ISBN 1902880722. Price: £60 or $90.
    2. Trade issue. 500 copies. ISBN 1902880722. Price: £35 or $50.
  3. Tempting The Gods: The Selected Stories Of Tanith Lee Volume One. Pages: 163-176.
  4. Tempting The Gods: The Selected Stories Of Tanith Lee Volume One. Pages: 163-176.

The Third Horseman

Short story. 2300 words.

In a time of famine, Berenice returns to the Count who re-made her in his image.
  1. Weirdbook. No 14, Spring 1979. Pages: 56-58.
  2. Blood 20:Tales Of Vampire Horror. Pages: 215-220.

    French Translations:

  1. Emblèmes. Ed 1, Février 2001. Revue Vampires. As "Le Troisième Cavalier," translated by Benoît Piret. Pages: 183-201.
  2. Ecrit Avec Du Sang. As "Le Troisième Cavalier," translated by Benoît Piret. Pages: 227-235.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Blood 20: Tales Of Vampire Horror. [Bromley, Kent, England]: Telos Publishing, March 2015
    Available for the Kindle via Amzon US

Thorns

Short story. 4500 words.

A wandering prince who has lost his birthright comes to a deserted city. There he meets the Oldest One, who tells him of the curse that caused the palace to be covered in thorns.
  1. Young Winter's Tales 5. London: Macmillan, 1974. Original anthology. Marni Hodgkin, editor. Pages: 89-102.
  2. Red As Blood, Or, Tales From The Sisters Grimmer.

    Dutch Translations

  1. Included in Cyrion. As "Doorns", translated by Vincent van der Linden. Pages: 187-198.

    French Translations:

  1. Emblèmes. Ed 2, Mai 2001. Revue Sortilèges. As "Le Domaines Des Ronces", translated by Silvie Miller. Pages: 86-98.

    German Translations:

  1. Rot Wie Blut: Die Märchen Der Schwestern Grimmig (Red As Blood, Or, Tales From The Sisters Grimmer). As "Dornen", translated by Eva Eppers. Pages: 43-56.

    Japanese Translations:

  1. Gensou Douwashuu Chi Nogotoku Akaku (Red As Blood, Or, Tales From The Sisters Grimmer). As "Ibarano Mori", translated by Yuriko Kimura. Pages: [65]-84.

The Three Brides Of Hamid-Dar

Novelette. 8500 words.

The beggar Hamid-Dar is kidnapped by servants of the Lady Zulima. Abandoned in the desert, he has many mis-adventures before finally meeting her, under circumstances that are not exactly as she had planned.
  1. Arabesques 2. New York: Avon, 1989. Original anthology. Susan M. Shwartz, editor. Pages: 89-106.

Three Days

Novelette. 12,500 words.
Nominated as no. 20 in the Best Novelette category in the 1985 Locus Poll.

The life of Honorine Laurent is an unpleasant one, made all the more so by the condescending attitude of her father. But Honorine's life makes a dramatic change for the better when she comes to believe that she is the reincarnation of Lucie Belmains, an 18th century aristocrat.
  1. Shadows 7. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1984. Original anthology. Charles L. Grant, editor. Pages: 53-82.
  2. The Dark Descent. New York: Tor, 1987. Reprint anthology. David G. Hartwell, editor.
  3. The Dark Descent: The Medusa In The Shield. London: Grafton, 1990. Reprint anthology. David G. Hartwell, editor. Note: this is the second volume of a three-volume paperback reprint of The Dark Descent. This book was reprinted in the US as The Dark Descent #2: The Medusa In The Shield (Tor, 1991)
  4. Nightshades: Thirteen Journeys Into Shadow.
  5. The Dark Descent. New York: Tor, 1997. Reprint anthology. 1st Tor paperback edition. David G. Hartwell, editor.

    Italian Translations:

  1. Il Colore Del Male. (Translation of The Dark Descent). Milan: Armenia Editore, 1989. Reprint anthology. David G. Hartwell, editor. As "Tre Giorni", translated by Adria Tissoni. Pages: 507-528.
  2. Il Colore Del Male. (Translation of The Dark Descent). Milan: Euroclub, 1990. Reprint anthology. David G. Hartwell, editor. As "Tre Giorni", translated by Adria Tissoni. Pages: 507-528.
  3. Il Colore Del Male. (Translation of The Dark Descent). Milan: Club degli Editori, 1990. Reprint anthology. David G. Hartwell, editor. As "Tre Giorni", translated by Adria Tissoni. Pages: 507-528.
  4. Il Colore Del Male. (Translation of The Dark Descent). Milan: Armenia Editore, 2003. Reprint anthology. David G. Hartwell, editor. As "Tre Giorni", translated by Adria Tissoni. Pages: 507-528.

    Spanish Translations:

  1. El Gran Libro Del Terror. (Translation of The Dark Descent). Barcelona: Ediciones Martínez Roca, S.A., 1989. Reprint anthology. David G. Hartwell, editor. As "Tres Días", translated by Alberto Solé. Pages: 321-342.
  2. El Gran Libro Del Terror. (Translation of The Dark Descent). Mexico City: Ediciones Martínez Roca, S.A., 1990. Reprint anthology. David G. Hartwell, editor. As "Tres Días", translated by Alberto Solé. Pages: 321-342.

Three Seas

Poem. 60 lines.

  1. Off The Coastal Path: Dark Poems Of The Seaside. Hornsea [England]: Stanza Press, 2010. Original poetry anthology. Edited by Joe Fletcher. Pages: 13-15.

Thuvia Made Of Mars (Spilt Milk)

Short story. 2575 words.

Alma and her cat Sybil move and start to see a doll named Thuvia around their new house.
  1. Ghosteria Volume One: The Stories. Pages 177-193.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Ghosteria Volume One: The Stories, September 2014.
    Available via Amazon US for the Kindle.
    Available via Amazon UK for the Kindle.

Tiger I

Short story. 5500 words.

The narrator, a writer, goes to visit Mary Satterslay and witness a very unusual birth.
  1. Asimov's Science Fiction. Vol 19 No 15 (No 240), mid-December 1995. Pages: 122-131.
  2. Isaac Asimov's Mother's Day. New York: Ace, 2000. Reprint anthology. Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams, editors.
  3. Tempting The Gods: The Selected Stories Of Tanith Lee Volume One. Pages: 11-26.
  4. Tempting The Gods: The Selected Stories Of Tanith Lee Volume One. Pages: 11-26.

To A Poet, From His Mistress

Poem. 15 lines.
NOTE: French translation and English original on facing pages.

  1. Emblèmes. Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Juillet 2004. English Original. Page 177.

    French Translations:

  1. Emblèmes. Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Juillet 2004. As "A Un Poète, De Sa Maîtresse", translated by Léa Silhol. Page: 176. NOTE: French translation is 17 lines long.

Tonight I Can Sleep Quietly

Vignette. 870 words.

The narrator makes a journey to the spaceport of Cuze seeking to meet Lyselle after many, many years.
  1. Emblèmes. Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Juillet 2004. English Original. Pages: 135-139.
  2. Space Is Just A Starry Night. Pages: 139-144.

    French Translations:

  1. Emblèmes. Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Juillet 2004. As "Ce Soir Je Peux Dormir Tranquillement", translated by Estelle Valls de Gomis. Pages: 129-134.

Torhec The Sculptor

Short Story. 4800 words.

The world's most uncollectible artist meets the world's richest man who will stop at nothing to acquire his work.
  1. Asimov's Science Fiction. Vol 34 No. 10 & 11 (No 417 & 418), October/November 2010. Pages: 64-77.
  2. Animate Objects. Pages 39-67.
  3. Animate Objects (Expanded Paperback Edition). Pages 39-66.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Animate Objects (Expanded Paperback Edition). Stafford, England: Immanion Press, March 2017:
    Available via Amazon US for the Kindle.
    Available via Amazon UK for the Kindle.

A Tower Of Arkrondurl

Short Story. 3840 words.

Cyveth voyages to the tower of Arkrondurl where he meets the shade of the sorcerer himself.
  1. Legends: Storues in Honour Of David Gemmell. [England]: NewCon Press, 2013. Original anthology. Ian Whates, editor. Two separate issues, no priority
    1. Cloth covered hardback with illustrated dustjacket. Limited edition signed by the contributing authors. Pages: 101-117.
    2. Trade paperback edtion. Pages: 101-117.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Legends: Storues in Honour Of David Gemmell. [England]: NewCon Press, 2013.
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon US.
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon UK.

The Tree: A Winter's Tale

Novelette. 9500 words.

A great old tree grows in the garden. It looms over the house and the lives of the house's occupants: Marsh and his orphaned cousins Jenver, Marcusine, Stemyard and Araige.
  1. Night Visions 1.
  2. Forests Of The Night.

The Trees

Poem. 21 lines.
NOTE: English Translation in Livret Companion.

  1. Emblèmes. Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Livret Companion, Juillet 2004. English Original. Page: 7.

    French Translations:

  1. Emblèmes. Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Juillet 2004. As "Arbres", translated by Léa Silhol. Page: 175. NOTE: French translation is 21 lines long.

The Truce

Short story. 2500 words.

The Ullak and the Ullakin meet on Truce day. The Chosen One from each of these tribes will be brought together to wait for a sign to show them how their race might carry on.
  1. The DAW Science Fiction Reader. New York: DAW Books, 1976. Original anthology. Donald A. Wollheim, editor. Pages 141-147.
  2. Women As Demons.

    Dutch Translations

  1. Included in Cyrion. As "Het Bestand", translated by Vincent van der Linden. Pages: 262-267.

    French Translations:

  1. Le Livre D'Or: Le Manoir Des Roses. Paris: Pocket, 1978. Edited by Marc Duveau. As "La Trêve", translated by Marc Duveau. Pages: 271-281.
  2. Anthologie De La Littérature De Science-Fiction. Paris: Editions Ramsey, 1981. Edited by Jacques Sadoul. As "La Trêve", translated by Marc Duveau.
  3. Territoires Du Tendres. Paris: Denöel, 1982. Collection Présence Du Futur, no. 335. Edited by Yves Frémion. As "La Trêve", translated by Monique Lebailly.
  4. La Grande Anthologie De La Fantasy. Paris: Presse De La Cité, 2003. Collection Omnibus. "La Trêve", translated by Marc Duveau.

    Hungarian Translations:

  1. Galaktika. Vol 5 No 104, May 1989. As "Fegyverszünet", translated by Károly Hargitai. Pages: 66-70.

    Italian Translations:

  1. Nova SF: Rivista Di Fantascienza. "Il Sole Di Thule" named issue. Vol 12 No 38 (Apr/Oct 1978). As "La Tregua", translated by Roberta Rambelli. Illustration by Stephen E. Fabian. Pages: 89-96.
  2. Le Grandi Firme Della Fantascienza. Bologna: Perseo Libri, 1998. As "La Tregua", translated by Roberta Rambelli. Pages: 2-4.

    Spanish Translations:

  1. Nueva Dimensión. No 137, September 1981. As "La Tregua", translated by Sebastián Castro. Pages: 7-13.
  2. Mujeres: Ángeles O Demonios (Women As Demons). As "La Tregua", translated by Alejandra Vassallo. Pages: [169]-174.

Two Faces Of Love

"When the Silence Calls Your Name". Short Story. 1350 words.
"The Fiddle Plays Until It Aches. Short Story. 525 words.

Note: This story is actually two separate pieces. "When The Silence Calls Your Name", based on "When The Silence Falls": Hester flees for a cabin in the woods after a breakup with her partner, Drew, only to find the world disappearing about her. "The Fiddle Plays Until It Aches", based on "Forever Young": Faced with the idea of her own mortality, a woman cannot bear to live. Her husband kills her, wanting her to remain forever young.
  1. Stars: Original Stories Based On The Songs of Janis Ian. New York: DAW Books, 2003. Original anthology. Janis Ian and Mike Resnick, editors. Pages: 166-188. Note: "Two Faces Of Love" is actually comprised of two stories: "When the Silence Calls Your Name" based on the song "When the Silence Falls", pages 166 to 183 and "The Fiddle Plays Until It Aches" based on the song "Forever Young", pages 184 to 188.

Two Lions, A Witch, And The War-Robe

Short Story. 6570 words.

Zire the Scholar and Bretlif the Artisan meet in the kingdom of Cashloria and are sent on a quest by the illegitimate Prince of the kingdom.
  1. Swords And Dark Magic: The New Sword And Socery. [New York: Harper Colling, 2010]. Original anthology. Jonathan Strahan and Lou Anders, editors. Pages: [414]-448. Note: Author biography is given on p. [413].

    Czech Translations:

  1. Meče & Temná Magie. (Translation of: Swords and Dark Magic.) Prague: Laser-books in 2011. Reprint anthology. Jonathan Strahan and Lour Anders, editor. Translated as "Dva Lvi, čarodějnice A Plášť", translator not listed.

Two Maidens

Poem. 26 lines.
NOTE: French translation and English original on facing pages.

  1. Emblèmes. Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Juillet 2004. English Original. Page: 179.

    French Translations:

  1. Emblèmes. Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Juillet 2004. As "Deux Demoiselles", translated by Léa Silhol. Page: 178. NOTE: French translation is 26 lines long.

The Umbrella

Short Story. 1440 words.
Tanith Lee writing as Esther Garber.

Sarah is in love with the woman she calls the "Sugar-Girl"; at long last Sarah speaks to the "Sugar-Girl", shares her umbrella and never sees her again.
  1. Fatal Women.
  2. Fatal Women: The Esther Garber Novellas. Pages: 201-209.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Fatal Women: The Esther Garber Novellas.. Maple Shade, N.J.: Lethe Press, 2013.
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon US.
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon UK.
    Available for the Nook Color via Barnes and Noble.

Under/Above The Water

Short Story. 6100 words.

If you miss your destined lover in one lifetime you may meet him in another
  1. Songs Of Love & Death: All-Original Stories of Star-Crossed Love. New York, London, Toronto, Sidney: Gallery Books, 2010. Original anthology. Edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois. Pages: [361]-387. Please note: This story is preceded by a biographical sketch of the author.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Songs Of Love Lost & Found. [No place of publication]: Pocket Starr, 2012. PLEASE NOTE: This seems to be an ebook only editon of Songs of Love and Death, edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois), from 2010.
  2. Available for the Nook Color Barnes and Noble.


Under Fog (The Wreckers)

Short Story. 2800 words.

Haro recalls the nights of going out to tend to ships wrecked on the coast in the little town of Hampp
  1. Subterfuge. England: NewCon Press, [2008]. Original anthology. Ian Whates, editor. Three issues, no priority.
    1. Special edition, which is signed by all contributors bar one (Neal Asher). Hardback book with dustjacket, retailing at £29.99. In addition to the above stories, it also contains authors’ biographical information and three additional stories. Pages: 131-141.
    2. Regular, sunsigned hardcover edition, retailing at £16.99. Pages: 131-141.
    3. Trade paperback edition, retaling at £9.99. Pages: 131-141.
  2. The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror 20. New York: Running Press, 2009. Reprint anthology. Stephen Jones, editor. Pages: 205-215. Note: The title of this story is given only as "Under Fog" in the anthology.
  3. The Mammoth Book Of Best New Horror 20. London: Robinson, 2009. Reprint anthology. Stephen Jones, editor. Pages: 205-215. Note: The title of this story is given only as "Under Fog" in the anthology.
  4. Legenda Maris. Pages: 155-169.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Legenda Maris. Stafford, England: Immanion Press, 2015:
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon US.
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon UK.
  2. Obsidian: A Decade of Horror Stories by Women. Weston, Cambridge, England]: NewCon Press, 2016. Please note: this is published as an ebook only and commemorates the 10th anniversary of NewCon Press:
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon US.
    Available for the Kindle via Amazon UK.

Under The Hand Of Chance

Novelette. 11,900 words.

The lives of Ramaji and Sunita, both born and raised in the Pathar-Kataal quarter, are strangely related. He is a handsome boy who lost his looks and became a poet. She is a dancer who breaks her ties to one man so that she may find another.
  1. Tamastara, Or, The Indian Nights. Pages: 68-96.
  2. Tamastara, Or, The Indian Nights. Pages: 65-91.

    German Translations:

  1. Indische Nächte: Eine Magische Reise In Eine Dunkle Welt (Tamastara, Or, The Indian Nights). As "Die Entscheidung", translated by Dr. Elisabeth Sautter. Pages: [107]-151.

    Japanese Translations:

  1. Tamastara Indo Gensou Yawa (Tamastara, or, The Indian Nights). As "Unmei No Te", translated by Akinobu Sakai. Pages: [121]-169.

Unlocked

Novelette. 8200 words.
Co-written with John Kaiine.

The Narrator reads his distant relative Ysabelle's private diary, describing her dealings with her neighbors, Ernst and Hāna, in the village of St. Cailloux.
  1. The Mammoth Book Of New Terror. London: Robinson, 2004. Edited By Stephen Jones. Pages: 271-301.
  2. The Mammoth Book Of New Terror. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2004. Edited by Stephen Jones. Pages: 271-301.
  3. Animate Objects (Expanded Paperback Edition). Pages 173-208.

    Electronic Publications:

  1. Animate Objects (Expanded Paperback Edition). Stafford, England: Immanion Press, March 2017:
    Available via Amazon US for the Kindle.
    Available via Amazon UK for the Kindle.

Unlocking The Golden Cage

Novelette. 7700 words.

Agnes Drale becomes a resident of her late Uncle's manor by the terms of a curious will. There she will live as a supplicant to her younger cousin Genevieve. But the relationship between the two women is forever altered by the golden bracelet left by their Uncle to mark their birthdays.
  1. Weird Tales. No 315 (Vol 55 No 3), Spring 1999. Pages: 56, 58-65.
  2. Weird Tales 313-316 (Summer 1998-Summer 1999). Holicong PA.: Wildside Press, 2003. Anthology/omnibus, internally a facsimile reprint of four issues of Weird Tales. This is a print-on-demand edition, available online at Wildside Press. Darrell Schweitzer, editor. Pages: 56, 58-65.
  3. Hunting The Shadows: The Selected Stories Of Tanith Lee Volume Two.

Unnalash

Short story. 5400 words.

Unnalash, the magician's daughter, invokes the wrath of her father when she enters into a relationship with a winged man named Ravire. The magician's actions to end the relationship eventually lead to the beginning of a new one.
  1. Xanadu. New York: Tor, 1993. Original anthology. Jane Yolen & Martin H. Greenberg, editors. Pages: 46-61.
  2. Dancing Through The Fire: A Collection Of Stories In Five Moves. Pages: [141]-154.

The Unrequited Glove

Novelette. 7500 words.

Jason Drinkwood is young, good looking, and not known for the length of his commitments. So when his relationship with the painter Alys Ashlin comes to an abrupt end, few are surprised. But when he discovers a violet glove that Alys has left behind, he learns that things are not over yet.
  1. Weird Tales. No 291 (Vol 50 No 2), Summer 1988. Pages: 23-34.
  2. Women As Demons.

    Spanish Translations:

  1. Mujeres: Ángeles O Demonios (Women As Demons). As "El Guante No Correspondido", translated by Alejandra Vassallo. Pages: [37]-52.

Uous

Novelette. 12,700 words.
Placed fourth in Best Novella category for the 2006 World Fantasy Award.

A young woman asks the fairy folk for three wishes, never suspecting the startling twist that they have in mind for her.
  1. The Fair Folk. Garden City, New York: GuildAmerica Books, 2005. Original anthology. Marvin Kaye, editor. Pages: 1-56. Note: Issued by the Science Fiction Bookclub.
  2. The Fair Folk. New York: Ace, 2007. Original anthology. Marvin Kaye, editor.

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