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Christopher Stasheff

Name  Christopher Stasheff
Role  Author
Education  University of Michigan

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Books  The Warlock in Spite of H, Her Majesty's Wizard, M'lady Witch, The Warlock Unlocked, The Warlock Enraged
Similar People  L Sprague de Camp, William R Forstchen, Bill Fawcett, David Drake, Gordon R Dickson

Christopher Stasheff (born 1944) is an American science fiction author and fantasy author whose novels include The Warlock in Spite of Himself (1969) and Her Majesty's Wizard (1986). He has a PhD. in Theatre and taught radio and television at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, New Mexico; he is now retired and living in Champaign, Illinois. Stasheff has been noted for his blending of science fiction and fantasy, as seen in his Warlock series, which placed an "'epic fantasy' in a science fictional frame". Stasheff's writing is often seen in the moral and ethical mentor style similar to Terry Goodkind, Terry Brooks or J.R.R. Tolkien.

The DDT future continuity

  • Saint Vidicon to the Rescue (2005)
  • Escape Velocity (1983)
  • Mind Out of Time (2003) (Short story collection)
  • Starship Troupers

  • A Company of Stars (1991)
  • We Open on Venus (1993)
  • A Slight Detour (1994)
  • Warlock of Gramarye

  • The Warlock in Spite of Himself (1969)
  • King Kobold (1971, revised as King Kobold Revived (1984))
  • The Warlock Unlocked (1982)
  • The Warlock Enraged (1985)
  • The Warlock Wandering (1986)
  • The Warlock Is Missing (1986)
  • The Warlock Heretical (1987)
  • The Warlock's Companion (1988)
  • The Warlock Insane (1989)
  • The Warlock Rock (1990)
  • Warlock and Son (1991)
  • The Warlock's Last Ride (2004)
  • Ominbus editions:

  • To the Magic Born (1986): Escape Velocity, The Warlock in Spite of Himself
  • Odd Warlock Out (1989): The Warlock Heretical, The Warlock's Companion, The Warlock Insane
  • Warlock: To the Magic Born (1990): Escape Velocity, The Warlock in Spite of Himself, King Kobold Revived
  • The Warlock Enlarged (1991):King Robold Revived, The Warlock Unlocked, The Warlock Enraged
  • The Warlock's Night Out (1991): The Warlock Wandering, The Warlock is Missing
  • Rogue Wizard

  • A Wizard in Bedlam (1979)
  • A Wizard in Absentia (1993)
  • A Wizard in Mind (1995)
  • A Wizard in War (1995)
  • A Wizard in Peace (1996)
  • A Wizard in Chaos (1997)
  • A Wizard in Midgard (1998)
  • A Wizard and a Warlord (2000)
  • A Wizard in the Way (2000)
  • A Wizard in a Feud (2001)
  • The Warlock's Heirs

  • M'lady Witch (1994)
  • Quicksilver's Knight (1995)
  • The Spell-bound Scholar (1999)
  • Here Be Monsters (2001)
  • A Wizard in Rhyme

  • Her Majesty's Wizard (1986)
  • The Oathbound Wizard (1993)
  • The Witch Doctor (1994)
  • The Secular Wizard (1995)
  • My Son, the Wizard (1997)
  • The Haunted Wizard (1999)
  • The Crusading Wizard (2000)
  • The Feline Wizard (2000)
  • Star Stone

  • The Shaman (1995)
  • The Sage (1996)
  • Crafters

  • The Crafters (1991) (with Bill Fawcett)
  • Blessings and Curses (1992)
  • Harold Shea (with L. Sprague de Camp)

  • The Enchanter Reborn (1992)
  • The Exotic Enchanter (1995)
  • Mage Knight

  • Stolen Prophecy (2003)
  • Other novels

  • War and Honor (with Gordon R. Dickson, David Drake and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)
  • Wing Commander: End Run (with William R. Forstchen) (1994)
  • Standalone collections

  • The Gods of War (1992)
  • Dragon's Eye (1994)
  • The Day the Magic Stopped (with Bill Fawcett) (1995)
  • Anthologies

  • Blood and War (1993)
  • References

    Christopher Stasheff Wikipedia


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