Daniel Abraham (author)

Daniel Abraham (author)
Daniel Abraham

Daniel Abraham in 2006.
Pen name M. L. N. Hanover, James S. A. Corey
Occupation Writer, novelist
Nationality American
Period 1996—Present
Genres Fantasy, science-fiction, comedy, horror
Notable work(s) The Long Price Quartet, Leviathan Wept and Other Stories, The Dragon's Path



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Daniel Abraham is a prolific American science fiction / fantasy author who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His short stories have appeared in numerous publications and anthologies. His novelette Flat Diane was nominated for the Nebula Award. His novelette The Cambist and Lord Iron: a Fairytale of Economics was nominated for the Hugo Award and the World Fantasy Award.[5]

Abraham is a graduate of Clarion West Writers Workshop 1998, and sometimes collaborates with George R. R. Martin, another New Mexico resident.

Contents

Published works

The Long Price Quartet

  • A Shadow in Summer (March 7, 2006)
  • A Betrayal in Winter (August 21, 2007)
  • An Autumn War (July 22, 2008)
  • The Price of Spring (July 21, 2009)
  • Shadow and Betrayal (Jan 21, 2010) -- Omnibus of first and second books
  • Seasons of War (Jan 21, 2010) -- Omnibus of third and fourth books

The Dagger and the Coin Quintet

  • The Dragon's Path (April 7, 2011)
  • The King's Blood (Forthcoming)
  • The Spider's War (Forthcoming)

The Black Sun's Daughter

  • Unclean Spirits (Dec 2, 2008) (as M.L.N. Hanover)
  • Darker Angels (Sept 29, 2009) (as M.L.N. Hanover)
  • Vicious Grace (Nov 30, 2010) (as M.L.N. Hanover)
  • Killing Rites (Nov 29, 2011) (as M.L.N. Hanover)

Expanse Series (with Ty Frank)

  • Leviathan Wakes (June 15, 2011) (as James S. A. Corey)
  • Caliban's War (Forthcoming) (as James S. A. Corey)
  • Dandelion Sky (Forthcoming) (as James S. A. Corey)

Other novels

Collections

  • Leviathan Wept and Other Stories (May 31, 2010)

Comic books

  • A Game of Thrones (2011)

Short fiction

  • "Mixing Rebecca", The Silver Web #13, 1996
  • "Veritas", Absolute Magnitude, Summer 1998
  • "Jaycee", Asimov's Science Fiction, December 1999
  • "Chimera 8", Vanishing Acts (anthology), 2000
  • "Tauromachia", (with Walter Jon Williams, Sage Walker, and Michaela Roessner), Event Horizon (web site) and Asimov's, November/December 2000
  • "As Sweet", Realms of Fantasy, December 2001
  • "Exclusion", Asimov's, February 2001
  • "A Good Move in Design Space", Bones of the World (anthology), 2001
  • "The Lesson Half Learned", Asimov's, May 2001
  • "Gandhi Box", Asimov's, January 2002
  • "The Apocrypha According to Cleveland", The Silver Web #15, 2002
  • "Ghost Chocolate", Asimov's, August 2002
  • "The Mechanism of Grace", The Infinite Matrix (web site)
  • "Father Henry's Little Miracle", Wild Cards: Deuces Down (anthology), 2002
  • "The Bird of Paradise" (with Susan Fry), Asimov's, June 2003
  • "Pagliacci's Divorce", The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF), December 2003
  • "An Amicable Divorce", The Dark (anthology), 2003
  • "Shadow Twin" (with Gardner Dozois and George R. R. Martin), Scifi.com, Summer 2004
  • "Leviathan Wept", Scifi.com, Summer 2004 (available online)
  • "Flat Diane", F&SF, October/November 2004 (finalist for 2005 Nebula Award for Best Novelette)
  • “The Cambist and Lord Iron: A Fairytale of Economics”, Logorrhea (anthology), May 2007 (finalist for both 2008 Hugo Award for Best Novelette and 2008 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction). The text of this story is available online at [1] or in audio at [2], both released under a creative commons license.
  • "Balfour and Meriwether in the Adventure of the Emperor's Vengeance", Enemy Of The Good: Postscripts #19 (anthology), October 2009 available in audio at [3]
  • "The Curandero and the Swede", Fantasy & ScienceFiction, March 2009
  • "Hurt Me", Songs of Love and Death (anthology), November 2010, (as M.L.N. Hanover)

Interviews

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