Chronological Bibliography

NOTE: For those of you who prefer your bibliographys chronologically, here it is. This page does not include the classic SF series I’ve edited. — Eric Flint.

(last updated on 22 FEB 2014)

1970
Trade and Politics in Barotseland During the Kololo Period, 1970 Journal of African History (Volume XI:1)

1993
Entropy and the Strangler, (short story), in Writers of the Future Volume IX

1997
Mother of Demons, September 1997 (pb)

1998
An Oblique Approach, March 1998 (pb) with David Drake
In the Heart of Darkness, August 1998 (pb) with David Drake

1999
Destiny’s Shield, July 1999 (HC) with David Drake

2000
1632, February 2000 (HC)
Destiny’s Shield, June 2000 (pb)
Fortune’s Stroke, June 2000 (HC) with David Drake
Rats, Bats & Vats, September 2000 (HC) with Dave Freer
The Thief and the Roller Derby Queen, (short story), in The Chick is in the Mail, edited by Ester Friesner, October 2000, (pb)

2001
1632 February 2001 (pb)
From the Highlands, (short novel), in More than Honor #3: Changer of Worlds with David Weber March 2001 (HC)
The Philosophical Strangler, May 2001 (HC)
Carthago Delenda Est, (novella), in Foreign Legions, edited by David Drake, June 2001, (HC)
Fortune’s Stroke, July 2001 (pb)
The Tide of Victory, July 2001 (HC), October 2002 (pb) with David Drake
Rats, Bats & Vats, September 2001 (pb)
Pyramid Scheme, October 2001 (HC), with David Freer

2002
From the Highlands, (short novel), in More than Honor #3: Changer of Worlds February 2002 (pb)
The Philosophical Strangler, March 2002, (pb)
Forward the Mage, March 2002 (HC) with Richard Roach
The Shadow of the Lion, March 2002 (HC) with Mercedes Lackey & Dave Freer
The Tyrant, April 2002 (HC) with David Drake
The Islands in Warmasters, an anthology, May 2002 (HC) with David Drake and David Weber
1633, August 2002 (HC), with David Weber
▪ “Carthago Delenda Est,” (novella), in Foreign Legions, September 2002 (pb)
The Tide of Victory, October 2002 (pb) with David Drake

2003
Pyramid Scheme, February 2003 (pb), with David Freer
▪ “Fanatic,” (novella) in The Service of the Sword, the fourth Harrington anthology, April 2003 (HC), compiled by David Weber
1633, July 2003 (pb)
Forward the Mage, August 2003, (pb)
The Course of Empire, September 2003 (HC), with K. D. Wentworth
Crown of Slaves, with David Weber, September 2003 (HC)
The Shadow of the Lion, Sept 2003 (pb)
The Tyrant, September 2003 (pb)
This Rough Magic, November 2003 (HC) with Mercedes Lackey & Dave Freer

2004
Ring of Fire, Editor; (Includes “The Wallenstein Gambit” – short novel), January 2004 (HC)
▪ “The Islands” in Warmasters, February 2004 (pb)
1634: The Galileo Affair, April 2004 (HC), with Andrew Dennis
▪ “Fanatic,” (novella) in The Service of the Sword, June 2004 (PB)
The Wizard of Karres, August 2004 (HC), with Mercedes Lackey and Dave Freer (sequel to James Schmidt’s The Witches of Karres.)
The Rats, The Bats, & The Ugly, September 2004 (HC) with Dave Freer
Mountain Magic, October 2004 (pb)
Grantville Gazette Volume 3, October 2004 (Webscriptions edition)
▪ “The Truth about the Gotterdammerung,”(short story), in Turn the Other Chick, edited by Ester Friesner, November 2004, (HC)
Grantville Gazette Volume 1 – November 2004 (pb)

2005
▪ “Genie Out of the Bottle,” (novella) in Cosmic Tales of Adventure II, (Jan 2005)
Ring of Fire, Jan 2005 (PB)
The World Turned Upside Down, January 2005 (HC), twenty-nine stories, with David Drake, Jim Baen, and others.
Mother of Demons, February 2005 (pb Reissue)
The Course of Empire, March 2005 (pb)
Crown of Slaves, April 2005 (pb)
Grantville Gazette Volume 4, April 2005 (Webscriptions edition)
This Rough Magic, June 2005 (pb)
1812: Rivers of War, April 2005 (HC)
Grantville Gazette Volume 5, August 2005 (Webscriptions edition)
1634: The Galileo Affair, August 2005 (pb)

2006
The Wizard of Karres, Jan 2006 (pb)
The Dance of Time, Feb 2006 (HC) with David Drake
▪ “The Truth about the Gotterdammerung,” (short story), in Turn the Other Chick, Feb 2006 (PB)
Boundary, March 2006 (HC), with Ryk Spoor
Grantville Gazette Volume 6, March 2006 (Webscriptions edition)
Grantville Gazette Volume 2 , March 2006 (HC)
Grantville Gazette Volume 7, April 2006 (Webscriptions edition – e-arc)
1634: The Ram Rebellion, May 2006 (HC) with Virginia DeMarce and others
The World Turned Upside Down, May 2006 (pb)
The Rats, The Bats, & The Ugly, July 2006 (pb)
1635: Cannon Law with Andrew Dennis, September 2006 (HC)
1812: Rivers of War, October 2006 (pb)
1824: The Arkansas War, November 2006 (HC)
Grantville Gazette Volume 3, Dec 2006 (HC)

2007
The Long Twilight by Keith Laumer, edited by Eric Flint (HC Feb 2007)
1634: The Baltic War by David Weber and Eric Flint (PB May 2007)
The Dance of Time (Belisarius)
The Best of Jim Baen’s Universe, edited by Eric Flint (HC July 2007)
The Dance of Time by Dave Drake and Eric Flint (PB July 2007)
Pyramid Power by Eric Flint and David Freer (PB August 2007)
Grantville Gazette II (The Assiti Shards) (MMP Oct 30, 2007)
1634: The Bavarian Crisis by Eric Flint and Virginia DeMarce (HC October 2007)
1634: The Ram Rebellion by Eric Flint and Virginia DeMarce (PB Dec 2007)

2008
Boundary by Eric Flint and Ryk E. SpoorMass Market Paperback (Jan 29, 2008)
The Dragon Done It by Eric Flint and Mike Resnick (Hardcover – Mar 4, 2008)
1635: Cannon Law (The Assiti Shards) by Eric Flint and Andrew Dennis (Mass Market Paperback- April 1, 2008)
Time Spike by Eric Flint and Marilyn Kosmatka (Hardcover – May 6, 2008)
Grantville Gazette III (The Ring of Fire) by Eric Flint (Mass Market Paperback – May 20, 2008)
The Best of Jim Baen’s Universe by Eric Flint (Mass Market Paperback – May 20, 2008)
Grantville Gazette IV (Ring of Fire) by Eric Flint (Hardcover – Jun 3, 2008)
Sideways In Crime by Lou Anders (Paperback – Jun 17, 2008)
The Best of Jim Baen’s Universe II by Eric Flint (Paperback – Jul 1, 2008)
Belisarius I: Thunder at Dawn (Belisarius Series) by Eric Flint and David Drake (Hardcover – Sep 2, 2008)
The Universe Twister by Keith Laumer and Eric Flint (Mass Market Paperback – Sep 30, 2008)
Earthblood & Other Stories
Pyramid Power (Pyramid Series) by Eric Flint and Dave FreerMass Market Paperback – Sep 30, 2008)
Slow Train to Arcturus by Eric Flint and Dave FreerHardcover – Oct 7, 2008)
The Trouble with Aliens (Complete Christopher Anvil) by Christopher Anvil and Eric FlintMass Market Paperback – Oct 28, 2008)
1634: The Baltic War (The Ring of Fire) by David Weber and Eric FlintMass Market Paperback – Oct 28, 2008)
War Games (Complete Christopher Anvil) by Christopher Anvil and Eric FlintHardcover – Dec 2, 2008)
1635: The Dreeson Incident (The Ring of Fire) by Eric Flint and Virginia DeMarceHardcover – Dec 2, 2008)
▪ “Pirates of the Sura Sea” – Story with Dave Freer in Fast Ships – Black Sails edited by Jeff Vandermeer (Trade paperback 2008)

2009
Ring of Fire II by Eric FlintMass Market Paperback – Jan 27, 2009)
Worlds by Eric FlintHardcover – Feb 3, 2009)
Prescription for Chaos – Christopher Anvil (HC Feb 2009)
Belisarius II: Storm at Noontide by Eric Flint and David DrakePaperback – Mar 3, 2009)
1634: The Bavarian Crisis by Eric Flint and Virginia DeMarceMass Market Paperback – Jun 30, 2009)
A Sense of Infinity, July 2009, with Guy Gordon
Grantville Gazette V by Eric FlintHardcover – Aug 11, 2009)
Belisarius III: The Flames of Sunset by Eric Flint and David DrakeHardcover – Aug 11, 2009)
Torch of Freedom, November 2009,with David Weber

2010
The Sorceress of Karres, January 2010, with Dave Freer
The Crucible of Empire, March 2010, with K.D. Wentworth
Much Fall of Blood, May 2010, with Mercedes Lackey & Dave Freer
Threshold, June 2010, with Ryk Spoor
1635: The Eastern Front, October 2010
The Power of Illusion, Christopher Anvil, October 2010

2011
1636: The Saxon Uprising, April 2011
Ring of Fire III, an anthology of stories set in the 1632 universe, July 2011

2012
Grantville Gazette VI, January 2012
1636: The Kremlin Games, June 2012, with Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett
1635: The Papal Stakes, October 2012, with Charles Gannon

2013
Portal, May 2013, with Ryk Spoor
Burdens of the Dead, June 2013, with Mercedes Lackey and Dave Freer
1636: The Devil’s Opera, October 2013, with David Carrico

2014
Cauldron of Ghosts, April 2014, with David Weber
1636: Commander Cantrell in the West Indies, June 2014, with Charles E. Gannon
1636: The Viennese Waltz, November 2014, with Paula Goodlett and Gorg Huff

73 Responses to Chronological Bibliography

  1. vikingted says:

    I want to know about the grantville gazette. Is there a contact email location where I can ask a specific question about how I can get access to The Anaconda Project?

  2. George says:

    Following up to post No. 56. The book leaves us with a few cliff hangers. I’m with John Allen! Is there a sequel or follow up to Cannon Law?

  3. Jeff Gault says:

    Can’t wait to see what you come out with next. Hope it’s a crucible of empire sequel or (dare I hope?) a mother of demons sequel. But who am I kidding? Whatever you publish I’ll read.

  4. Chris Holland says:

    Huge SF/Action fan and only now aquainting myself with the 1632 series. AWESOME!! Late, I know, but more than richly deserved. Kudoes, Mr. Flint, you absolutely are one of the very best writers I’ve ever come across. I sincerely hope to see much more of your works in the future.

  5. Eric Flint says:

    In reply to “vikingted,” I suspended work on ANACONDA PROJECT some time ago because I realized I was getting ahead of myself. I need to finish at least one other novel before I can finish that one. But it’s still in the works.

  6. Eric Flint says:

    In reply to George, the sequel to CANNON LAW is coming out in October. It’s titled 1635: THE PAPAL STAKES and it’s co-authored with Charles Gannon.

  7. Eric Flint says:

    In reply to Jeff, I doubt if I’ll ever write a sequel to MOTHER OF DEMONS. I once asked Jim Baen his opinion on the matter and his advice was to leave the story as it stands. I think he was right. Despite the fact that I usually work in series I have always tried to avoid “series-itis,” by which I mean writing sequels simply for the sake of writing sequels. That story arc was finished and simply continuing further adventures of the heroes would serve no real dramatic purpose.

    The situation is different with the Jao empire books. That _was_ designed as a series and Kathy Wentworth and I had started a third novel before she passed away. Once I can work out a satisfactory resolution with regards to her estate and my publisher, I plan to continue the series.

  8. Pam_Fl says:

    Will there be anymore books in The Witches of Karres series? I greatly enjoyed all three books and feel there is at least one more book left to write – the wedding of the Captain and Goth, of course! I’m certainly looking forward to it.

  9. Eric Flint says:

    In answer to Pam:

    Yes, there will be at least one more novel in the Karres series.

    • TG_Cali says:

      I am looking forward to the next Witches of Karres book!! So relieved, just reread it and feel like there is so much to still understand…
      Also, can hardly wait for Portal. Love the hard science in this series! May seems a long ways away!

  10. John Hobner says:

    I very much enjoyed boundary & Yhreshold Will there be a sequel to them?

  11. Andy Heong says:

    Will there be a sequel to 1812 and 1824? Being from Asia, I found that period of American history extremely interesting as I knew exactly nothing prior to those books and Hollywood did not have a lot of recent potrayals of that period.

  12. Arne Olsen says:

    Re. 1814 & 1824, give us another in this series Erik. Driscolsno nonsense hatred of slavery is simply priceless. With the apperance of John Brown, it just got a whole lot better. Having him beat a slave hunter mercilessly to death with the butt of his pistol, for soon thereafter to refuse to join the army tbecause they of thir hang to profanity…!
    So how about another, please.

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  14. James A Turner says:

    1. Is there a site on which those of us who aren’t writers, but have ideas for story lines we’d like to see, can post those ideas/suggestions?

    2. re the “Butterflies In the Kremlin” series, in the last installment Anna was announced as commissar for the Dacha, and Bernie was wondering if he could ever forgive her for tricking him, or if he even wanted to. Why did you let Paula and Gorg so thoroughly change the story line when they wrote The Kremlin Games?

    James A (Jim) Turner
    SSgt USMC(ret)

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