FAHRENHEIT 451

Cover for Ray Bradbury

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COVERS

In the early 70s, artists the likes of Jeffrey Jones and Michael Kaluta congregated at Neal Adams’ studio in New York City. There they would speculate about some theoretical kid walking in off the street, fresh from who knows where, and blowing them all away with a style they’d never seen before.

That was the background chatter when Michael Whelan arrived from California in late 1974 to show Neal his portfolio, and indeed Whelan went on to transform the landscape of illustration for decades to come.

He accepted his first paperback cover assignment, The Enchantress of World’s End, from Donald A. Wollheim of DAW Books. He would soon add ACE and Del Rey to his list of clients making the ’70s busy years.

By the turn of the decade, Whelan was churning out iconic images: the consummate anti-hero Elric, the majestic dragons of Pern, and the vibrant landscapes of John Carter’s Mars. The early ’80s continued that trend in Sir Arthur C. Clarke’s 2010, Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series, and the first volume of Stephen King’s Dark Tower opus.

Whelan’s ascent was meteoric, earning him a Hugo by 1980. It would be the first of 13, not including a SuperHugo for the Best Artist of the Last 50 Years in 1992. Readers of Locus Magazine voted him Best Artist a staggering 21 years in a row. In 2009, his induction in the Science Fiction Hall of Fame was the first for a living artist.

But awards alone fail to convey Michael Whelan’s impact on the publishing industry. Whelan advanced illustration through a vibrant palette, a masterful grasp of anatomy, and an uncanny sense of wonder deeply grounded in realism. His influence can be seen in the work of so many fine illustrators today.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Many thanks to The Internet Speculative Fiction Database for their exhaustive list of publications. Book covers that sprang from secondary right sales are not listed here, but likely can be found on ISFDB. Goodreads has also been an excellent resource.

If you’re interested in reading any of these books (and really that’s the best way to fully appreciate Michael’s illustrations), please check out your local library or bookstore. Or if you prefer, we’ve included links to these online retailers:

2020

  • RHYTHM OF WAR (The Stormlight Archive #4)
  • FAHRENHEIT 451

2019

  • EMPIRE OF GRASS (The Last King of Osten Ard #2)

2018

  • BEYOND SCIENCE FICTION: THE ALTERNATIVE REALISM OF MICHAEL WHELAN

2017

  • THE HEART OF WHAT WAS LOST
  • OATHBRINGER (Stormlight Archives #3)
  • THE WITCHWOOD CROWN (The Last King of Osten Ard #1)

2016

  • LAST TRAIN FROM PERDITION
LOCUS AWARD 2016

Best Professional Artist

2014

  • WORDS OF RADIANCE (Stormlight Archives #2)

2013

  • DRAGONWRITER – A TRIBUTE TO ANNE MCCAFFREY AND PERN
  • I TRAVEL BY NIGHT
  • A MEMORY OF LIGHT (The Wheel of Time #14)
COVER FOR A MEMORY OF LIGHT
LOCUS AWARD 2014

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 2013

Best Professional Artist

2012

  • THE SLICKS (Mutant Hunter #2)
  • SPLINTERLAND (Mutant Hunter #3)

2011

  • LEGENDS OF THE FALLOUT (Mutant Hunter #1)

2010

  • THE WAY OF KINGS (Stormlight Archives #1)
  • It has been centuries since the fall of the ten consecrated orders known as the Knights Radiant, but their Shardblades and Shardplate remain: mystical swords and suits of armor that transform ordinary men into near-invincible warriors. Men trade kingdoms for Shardblades. Wars were fought for them, and won by them.

2009

  • THE COLLECTED STORIES OF ROGER ZELAZNY:
    THRESHOLD (Vol. 1)
    POWER AND LIGHT (Vol. 2)
    THIS MORTAL MOUNTAIN (Vol. 3)
    LAST EXIT TO BABYLON (Vol. 4)
    NINE BLACK DOVES (Vol. 5)
    THE ROAD TO AMBER (Vol. 6)
  • THE LITTLE SISTERS OF ELURIA
CHESLEY AWARD 2010

Best Cover Illustration (HC): The Way of Kings

LOCUS AWARD 2010

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 2009

Best Professional Artist

SCIENCE FICTION HALL OF FAME 2009

Living Inductee

2005

  • THE DARK TOWER (Dark Tower #7)
  • Roland Deschain and his ka-tet have journeyed together and apart, scattered far and wide across multilayered worlds of wheres and whens. The destinies of Roland, Susannah, Jake, Father Callahan, Oy, and Eddie are bound in the Dark Tower itself, which now pulls them ever closer to their own endings and beginnings…and into a maelstrom of emotion, violence, and discovery.
  • DESTROYER (Foreigner #7)
  • FEAST OF SOULS (Magisters #1)

2004

  • THE RUNES OF THE EARTH (Thomas Covenant #7)
  • SHADOWMARCH
  • Southmarch, commonly called “Shadowmarch”, lies directly on the edge of the mysterious Shadowline, a shroud of endless mist that marks the entrance to the realm of the fairy-folk, the Qar. Crossing the Shadowline is said to drive any human mad, but, as far as anyone knows, the line has not moved any further south for centuries. Now, inexplicably, it has begun to creep slowly but surely deeper into the lands of Southmarch, bringing an unknown menace with it.
  • THE WILDING
LOCUS AWARD 2006

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 2005

Best Professional Artist

2003

  • WAR OF THE FLOWERS
  • Theo Vilmos is a thirty-year-old lead singer in a marginally successful rock band. Hitting an all-time low, he seeks refuge in an isolated cabin in the woods and reads an odd memoir written by a dead relative who believed he had visited the magical world of Faerie. Before Theo can disregard the account as nonsense, he too is drawn into a place beyond his wildest dreams.
  • WILD MAGIC (Fool’s Gold #2)

2001

  • EXPLORER (Foreigner #6)
  • SORCERY RISING (Fool’s Gold #1)

2000

  • TANGLED UP IN BLUE (Snow Queen #4)
  • BZ Gundhalinu is a by-the-book “Blue” on the trail of high corruption within the force. When a police raid goes horribly awry, BZ finds himself teamed up with Nyx LaisTree, a hard-nosed cop with no respect for the rules, and Devony Seaward, a beautiful hooker with a heart of gold. Together these three must fight the corruption of Tiamat and try to expose it before they all end up dead.This novel marks the exciting return to the much-loved Snow Queen Universe. While taking place during events in The Snow Queen, this novel is a stand-alone masterpiece of noir suspense–taking a story you think you know, and showing you just how deep and vast the waters really run.

1999

  • LEGENDS
  • Acclaimed writer and editor Robert Silverberg gathered eleven of the finest writers in Fantasy to contribute to this collection of short novels. Each of the writers was asked to write a new story based on one of his or her most famous series: from Stephen King’s opening piece set in his popular Gunslinger universe to Robert Jordan’s early look at his famed Wheel of Time saga, these stories are exceptionally well written and universally well told.
  • MOUNTAIN OF BLACK GLASS (Otherland #3)
CHESLEY AWARD 2001

Best Color Work, Unpublished: Reach

CHESLEY AWARD 2000

Best Cover Illustration (HC): Otherland: Mountain of Black Glass

HUGO AWARD 2000

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 2000

Best Professional Artist

SPECTRUM AWARD 2000

Gold Medal, Unpublished: Reach

1998

  • RIVER OF BLUE FIRE (Otherland #2)
  • THIS ALIEN SHORE
  • It is the second stage of human colonization–the first age, humanity’s initial attempt to people the stars, ended in disaster when it was discovered that Earth’s original superluminal drive did permanent genetic damage to all who used it–mutating Earth’s far-flung colonists in mind and body. Now, one of Earth’s first colonies has given humanity back the stars, but at a high price–a monopoly over all human commerce.

1997

  • DESTINY’S ROAD
  • THE MAGEBORN TRAITOR (Exiles #2)

1996

  • DREAMFALL (Cat #3)
  • THE GOLDEN KEY
  • CITY OF GOLDEN SHADOWS(Otherland #1)
  • ROYAL ASSASSIN (Farseer #2)
  • SOMETHING IN MY EYE
LOCUS AWARD 1998

Best Professional Artist

CHESLEY AWARD 1997

Best Cover Illustration (HC): The Golden Key

LOCUS AWARD 1997

Best Professional Artist

SPECTRUM AWARD 1997

Gold Medal, Unpublished: Prudence 2

1995

  • ASSASSIN’S APPRENTICE (Farseer #1)
  • Young Fitz is the bastard son of the noble Prince Chivalry, raised in the shadow of the royal court by his father’s gruff stableman. He is treated as an outcast by all the royalty except the devious King Shrewd, who has him secretly tutored in the arts of the assassin. For in Fitz’s blood runs the magic Skill—and the darker knowledge of a child raised with the stable hounds and rejected by his family.

    As barbarous raiders ravage the coasts, Fitz is growing to manhood. Soon he will face his first dangerous, soul-shattering mission. And though some regard him as a threat to the throne, he may just be the key to the survival of the kingdom.

  • BEOWULF’S CHILDREN
  • BRIGHTNESS REEF (Uplift Storm #1)
  • CROWN OF SHADOWS (Coldfire #3)
  • INVADER (Foreigner #2)
LOCUS AWARD 1996

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1995

Best Professional Artist

1994

  • THE RUINS OF AMBRAI (Exiles #1)
  • FOREIGNER (Foreigner #1)
  • THE GIRL WHO HEARD DRAGONS
  • HOT SKY AT MIDNIGHT
  • SHADOW’S END

1993

  • THE ART OF MICHAEL WHELAN
  • SKYBOWL (Dragon Star #3)
  • TO GREEN ANGEL TOWER (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn #3)
  • WHEN TRUE NIGHT FALLS (Coldfire #2)
LOCUS AWARD 1994

Best Professional Artist Best Art Book: The Art of Michael Whelan

CHESLEY AWARD 1993

Best Magazine Cover

LOCUS AWARD 1993

Best Professional Artist

1992

  • CHANUR’S LEGACY (Chanur #5)
  • THE DRAGON TOKEN (Dragon Star #2)
  • ILLUSION
  • For two hundred years the Exalted classes have used their dazzling magical abilities to rule Vonahr. Now, their powers grown slack from disuse and their attention turned to decadent pleasures, they ignore the misery of the lower classes until the red tide of revolution sweeps across the land.Thrust into the center of the conflict is the beautiful Eliste vo Derrivalle, spirited daughter of a provincial landowner, who must scramble for bread in the teeming streets of the capital. With the key to her magical abilities an elusive secret, she must suddenly find a way to survive in a world gone mad…with liberty.

1991

  • ALL THE WEYRS OF PERN (Chronicles of Pern #11)
  • BLACK SUN RISING (Coldfire #1)
  • THE INITIATE BROTHER (Initiate Brother #1)
  • THE SINGERS OF TIME
  • STRONGHOLD (Dragon Star #1)
  • THE SUMMER QUEEN (Snow Queen #3)
  • A story that spans millennia, from the ruins of an ancient interstellar empire to the planets of the Hegemony that rules human space, The Summer Queen is the multi-layered story of Tiamat, a world where the dolphin-like mers are harvested for the youth-prolonging serum extracted from their blood. But Tiamat is much more, for beneath Carbuncle, its capital, lies the old empire’s greatest secret: an enormous forgotten technology which, though decaying, continues to affect the fates of the fallen empire’s remnant cultures via the sybil-network–a data bank that binds the past and the future in its web of knowledge, As the Smith, genius mastermind of the hidden interstellar Brotherhood, tries feverishly to unlock its secrets, BZ Gundhalinu desperately strives to save the Hegemony, while the Summer Queen herself dares to create a new future for her people and her planet. And though each is acting alone, their fates will entwine in an astonishing climax that will change the universe forever.
CHESLEY AWARD 1992

Best Monochrome Work, Unpublished: All the Weyrs of Pern

CHESLEY AWARD 1992

Best Cover Illustration (HC): The Summer Queen

HUGO AWARD 1992

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1992

Best Professional Artist

CHESLEY AWARD 1991

Artistic Achievement

CHESLEY AWARD 1991

Best Cover Illustration (PB) The Madness Season (tie)

HUGO AWARD 1991

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1991

Best Professional Artist

1990

  • GRUMBLES FROM THE GRAVE
  • THE MADNESS SEASON
  • THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES
  • THE NEW SPRINGTIME (New Springtime #2)
  • PEGASUS IN FLIGHT (Talent #2)
  • STONE OF FAREWELL (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn #2)
  • SUNRUNNER’S FIRE (Dragon Prince #3)
  • TALES FROM PLANET EARTH
LOCUS AWARD 1990

Best Professional Artist

1989

  • THE CHANGELING SEA
  • CHILDREN OF THE THUNDER
  • THE CRYSTAL EMPIRE
  • EMPIRE’S HORIZON
  • PARADISE
  • THE RENEGADES OF PERN (Chronicles of Pern #10)
  • THE SNOW QUEEN (Snow Queen #1)
  • THE STAR SCROLL (Dragon Prince #2)
HUGO AWARD 1989

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1989

Best Professional Artist

1988

  • 2061 ODYSSEY THREE
  • AT WINTER’S END
  • CATSPAW
  • DRAGON PRINCE (Dragon Prince #1)
  • THE DRAGONBONE CHAIR (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn #1)
  • DRAGONSDAWN (Chronicles of Pern #9)
  • EXILE’S GATE (Morgaine #4)
  • THE GUNSLINGER (Dark Tower #1)
  • IVORY
  • THE SILICON MAGE (Windrose Chronicles #2)
HUGO AWARD 1988

Best Professional Artist

HUGO AWARD 1988

Best Non-Fiction Book:
Michael Whelan’s Works of Wonder

LOCUS AWARD 1988

Best Professional Artist

1987

  • BEING A GREEN MOTHER (Incarnation of Immortality #5)
  • CHANUR’S HOMECOMING (Chanur #4)
  • THE ENEMY STARS
  • FOOL’S RUN
  • FOUNDATION AND EARTH (Foundation #5)
  • IN CONQUEST BORN
  • A MAN RIDES THROUGH (Mordant’s Need #2)
  • MICHAEL WHELAN’S WORKS OF WONDER
  • THE SMOKE RING (The State #3)
  • TREKMASTER
  • THE UPLIFT WAR (Uplift Saga #3)
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES XV
CHESLEY AWARD 1987

Best Cover Illustration (PB): The Cat Who Walked Through Walls

CHESLEY AWARD 1987

Best Color Work, Unpublished: The Integral Trees

LOCUS AWARD 1987

Best Professional Artist

1986

  • THE CAVES OF STEEL (Robot #2)
  • DELIRIUM’S MISTRESS
  • DRAGONSBANE (Winterlands #1)
  • EMPIRE (Federation #6)
  • FOUNDATION (Foundation #1)
  • FOUNDATION AND EMPIRE (Foundation #2)
  • THE MIRROR OF HER DREAMS (Mordant’s Need #1)
  • THE NAKED SUN (Robot #3)
  • QUESTER’S ENDGAME
  • ROBOTS AND EMPIRE (Robot #5)
  • SANTIAGO
  • SECOND FOUNDATION
  • THE SONGS OF A DISTANT EARTH
  • WIELDING A RED SWORD
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES XIV
HUGO AWARD 1986

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1986

Best Professional Artist

1985

  • THE ADVERSARY (Pliocene Exiles #4)
  • BLACK STAR RISING
  • THE CAT WHO WALKED THROUGH WALLS
  • CHANUR’S VENTURE (Chanur #2)
  • CUCKOO’S EGG
  • DAYS OF GRASS
  • DEATH’S MASTER
  • ELRIC AT THE END OF TIME
  • FOOTFALL
  • KILLASHANDRA (Crystal Singer #2)
  • WITH A TANGLED SKEIN (Incarnations of Immortality #3)
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES XIII
CHESLEY AWARD 1985

Best Cover Illustration (HC): The Integral Trees

HUGO AWARD 1985

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1985

Best Professional Artist

1984

  • BEARING AN HOURGLASS (Incarnations of Immortality #2)
  • BIRDS OF PREY
  • DAUGHTER OF REGALS
  • THE FINAL ENCYCLOPEDIA (Childe Cycle #7)
  • FUZZIES AND OTHER PEOPLE
  • GOLDEN WITCHBREED
  • THE INTEGRAL TREES
  • JOB: A COMEDY OF JUSTICE
  • THE MAN OF GOLD
  • NIGHT’S SORCERIES
  • THE ROBOTS OF DAWN (Robot #4)
HUGO AWARD 1984

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1984

Best Professional Artist

1983

  • THE ADVENTURES OF LITTLE FUZZY (Fuzzy Sapiens #6)
  • ANACKIRE
  • THE FLOATING GODS (Viriconium #3)
  • FOR LOVE OF MOTHER NOT
  • FOUNDATION’S EDGE (Foundation #4)
  • FRIDAY
  • FROM THE HEART OF DARKNESS
  • THE GOLDEN TORC (Pliocene #2)
  • HOKA!
  • THE MANY COLORED LAND (Pliocene #1)
  • MORETA: DRAGONLADY OF PERN (Chronicles of Pern #7)
  • THE NONBORN KING (Pliocene #3)
  • ON A PALE HORSE (Incarnations of Immortality #1)
  • RED AS BLOOD
  • TRANSFORMER
  • THE TREE OF SWORDS AND JEWELS
  • THE WINDS OF DARKOVER (Darkover #16)
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES XI
HUGO AWARD 1983

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1983

Best Professional Artist

WORLD FANTASY AWARD 1983

Best Artist

1982

  • 2010: ODYSSEY TWO
  • AMAZONS 2
  • THE CASE OF CHARLES DEXTER WARD
  • CENTAUR AISLE (Xanth #4)
  • CRYSTAL SINGER (Crystal Singer #1)
  • THE DARK TOWER: THE GUNSLINGER (Dark Tower #1)
  • THE DOOM THAT CAME TO SARNATH
  • THE DREAM QUEST OF UNKNOWN KADATH
  • THE GODS LAUGHED
  • HECATE’S CAULDRON
  • JOURNEY BEHIND THE WIND
  • THE LURKING FEAR
  • THE MEN FROM ARIEL
  • NIFFT THE LEAN
  • NOR CRYSTAL TEARS
  • THE PRIDE OF CHANUR (Chanur #1)
  • SPECIAL DELIVERANCE
  • STORM OF WINGS (Viriconium #2)
  • WHERE EVIL DWELLS
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES X
HUGO AWARD 1982

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1982

Best Professional Artist

WORLD FANTASY AWARD 1982

Best Artist

1981

  • AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS
  • DARK BRIGHT WATER (Book of Wirrun #2)
  • THE DECEIVERS
  • DISTANT STARS
  • DREAM PARK
  • FEDERATION (Federation #5)
  • FUZZY BONES
  • HORN CROWN
  • THE ICE IS COMING (Book of Wirrun #1)
  • THE MORPHODITE
  • THE PASTEL CITY (Viriconium #1)
  • PLANET OF NO RETURN
  • SUNFALL
  • TALES FROM THE NIGHTSIDE
  • THE TOMB
  • THE VANISHING TOWER (Elric #4)
  • WINNERS
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES IX
HUGO AWARD 1981

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1981

Best Professional Artist

WORLD FANTASY AWARD 1981

Best Artist

1980

  • AGENT OF THE TERRAN EMPIRE (Dominic Flandry #5)
  • ALIENS
  • THE CATALYST
  • DRAGONS OF LIGHT
  • FIRESTARTER
  • HEROES AND HORRORS
  • KUTATH (Faded Sun #3)
  • LORE OF THE WITCH WORLD (Witch World #12)
  • THE SINFUL ONES
  • THE WORLD WRECKERS (Darkover #22)
  • YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES VIII
HUGO AWARD 1980

Best Professional Artist

LOCUS AWARD 1980

Best Professional Artist

1979

  • AMAZONS
  • THE BLOODY SUN (Darkover #17)
  • THE CHESSMEN OF MARS (Barsoom #5)
  • DAY OF THE KLESH
  • THE DEMON OF SCATTERY
  • ENSIGN FLANDRY (Dominic Flandry #1)
  • A FIGHTING MAN OF MARS (Barsoom #7)
  • FIRES OF AZEROTH (Morgaine #3)
  • FLANDRY OF TERRA (Dominic Flandry #6)
  • FOUR DAY PLANET (Federation #2)
  • THE GODS OF MARS (Barsoom #2)
  • JOHN CARTER OF MARS (Barsoom #11)
  • LLANA OF GATHOL (Barsoom #10)
  • THE MASTER MIND OF MARS (Barsoom #6)
  • A PRINCESS OF MARS (Barsoom #1)
  • SPELL OF THE WITCH WORLD (Witch World #8)
  • A STONE IN HEAVEN (Dominic Flandry #8)
  • SWORDS OF MARS (Barsoom #8)
  • SYNTHETIC MEN OF MARS (Barsoom #9)
  • THUVIA, MAID OF MARS (Barsoom #4)
  • THE ULTIMATE ENEMY
  • THE WARLORD OF MARS (Barsoom #3)
  • WONDERWORKS
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES VII

1978

  • ALL MY SINS REMEMBERED
  • BROTHER ASSASSIN (Berserker Saga #2)
  • DRAGONFLIGHT (Chronicles of Pern #1)
  • DRAGONQUEST (Chronicles of Pern #2)
  • DYING FOR TOMORROW
  • THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE TALISMAN
  • THE ILLUSTRATED HARLAN ELLISON
  • LAMARCHOS (Diadem #2)
  • THE LONG WAY HOME
  • THE MAN WHO COUNTS (Polesotechnic League #1)
  • THE NIGHT FACE
  • THE PEREGRINE (Psychotechnic League #1)
  • QUESTION AND ANSWER
  • STORMQUEEN (Darkover #2)
  • STUDY WAR NO MORE
  • TRAITOR TO THE LIVING
  • WELL OF SHIUAN (Morgain #2)
  • WHETTED BRONZE
  • THE WHITE DRAGON (Chronicles of Pern #3)
  • WORLD WITHOUT STARS
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES VI

1977

  • THE BANE OF THE BLACK SWORD (Elric #5)
  • THE COSMIC COMPUTER
  • DIADEM FROM THE STARS (Diadem #1)
  • EARTHCHILD
  • THE GAMEPLAYERS OF ZAN
  • LORD KALVAN OF OTHERWHEN (Lord Kalvan #1)
  • SPACE VIKING
  • A SPELL FOR CHAMELEON (Xanth #1)
  • STORMBRINGER (Elric #6)
  • SWORDS AND ICE MAGIC (Fafhrd and Gray Mouser #6)
  • THE VANISHING TOWER (Elric #4)
  • VOLKHAVAAR
  • THE WEIRD OF THE WHITE WOLF (Elric #3)
  • WILDEBLOOD’S EMPIRE (Daedalus Mission #3)
  • WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE
  • THE YEAR OF THE QUIET SUN
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES V

1976

  • ARAMADA OF ANTARES (Day Prescott #11)
  • BUNDUKI
  • CITY
  • DAY AFTER TOMORROW
  • ELRIC OF MELNIBONE (Elric #1)
  • THE FLORIANS
  • FUZZY SAPIENS (Fuzzies #2)
  • GATE OF IVREL (Morgaine #1)
  • THE IMMORTAL OF WORLD’S END (Gondwane Epic #3)
  • IN THE GREEN STAR’S GLOW (Green Star #5)
  • THE LAND LEVIATHAN
  • LITTLE FUZZY (Fuzzies #1)
  • THE PLANET SAVERS (Darkover #1)
  • RENEGADE OF KREGEN (Day Prescott #13)
  • THE SAILOR ON THE SEAS OF FATE (Elric #2)
  • THE TIDES OF KREGEN (Day Prescott #12)
  • TIME AND AGAIN
  • THE TROUBLE WITH TYCHO
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES IV

1975

  • THE BLOODY SUN (Darkover #3)
  • DINOSAUR BEACH
  • THE ENCHANTED PLANET
  • THE ENCHANTRESS OF WORLD’S END
  • MENTION MY NAME IN ATLANTIS
  • STAR OF DANGER (Darkover #4)
  • THREE EYES
  • THE TRANSITION OF TITUS CROW
  • WHEN THE WAKER SLEEPS
  • THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES: SERIES III

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