Lawrence Watt-Evans is Having a Sale!

Want you some Watt-Evans? Now is your chance with this author sell-off.

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Books for Sale!

 

So you can’t find my books in the stores — can you buy them directly from me?
The short answer is, you can buy some of my books directly from me. I don’t run a bookstore, or keep huge quantities of my books on hand, but every so often I’ll acquire several copies of a book which I’d just as soon sell. When that happens, I’ll sell them here.

The list is divided into three categories, but they’re very fuzzy — I’ve included horror as a subcategory of fantasy, for example.

This page does not (yet) include magazines, comic books, or foreign editions.

See below for payment information, alternate sourcesautographing terms, e-book newsshipping costs, and other details.

 

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Fantasy

Legends of Ethshar:

The Obsidian Chronicles:

Annals of the Chosen:

The Fall of the Sorcerers:

Worlds of Shadow:

Non-series fantasy:

Horror:

 

Science Fiction

The Cases of Carlisle Hsing:

Non-series science fiction:

 

Other

The Adventures of Tom Derringer:

  • Tom Derringer and the Aluminum Airship (Misenchanted Press 2014) Trade paperback.
  • Tom Derringer in the Tunnels of Terror (Misenchanted Press 2017) Trade paperback.
  • Tom Derringer and the Steam-Powered Saurians (Misenchanted Press 2020) Trade paperback.

Short story collections:

Non-fiction:

  • The Turtle Moves! Discworld’s Story Unauthorized (BenBella Books 2008): Trade paperback.
  • Mind Candy: 23 Brain-Smacking Essays on Popular Culture (Wildside Press 2013): Trade paperback.

Written as Nathan Archer:

Anthologies (one story by me in each):

  • Bruce Coville’s Alien Visitors, edited by Bruce Coville (Camelot 1999) Trade paperback.
  • Bruce Coville’s Book of Aliens, edited by Bruce Coville (Scholastic/Apple 1994) Trade paperback.
  • Bruce Coville’s Shapeshifters, edited by Bruce Coville (Camelot 1999) Trade paperback.
  • Chicks ‘n’ Chained Males, edited by Esther Friesner (Baen 1999) Mass-market paperback.
  • Full Spectrum 5, edited by Jennifer Hershey, Tom Dupree, & Janna Silverstein (Bantam/Spectra 1995) Trade paperback.
  • Isaac Asimov’s Mars, edited by Gardner Dozois (Ace 1991) Mass-market paperback.
  • The Loch Moose Monster & Other Stories, edited by Sheila Williams (Delacorte 1993) Hardcover.
  • More Phobias, edited by Wendy Webb, Richard Gilliam, Edward E. Kramer, & Martin H. Greenberg (Pocket 1995) Mass-market paperback.
  • The New Hugo Winners, Volume II, presented by Isaac Asimov (Baen/SFBC 1991) Book club edition.
  • Newer York, edited by Lawrence Watt-Evans (Roc 1991) Mass market paperback.
  • A Nightmare’s Dozen, edited by Michael Stearns (Harcourt Brace 1996) Hardcover.
  • A Starfarer’s Dozen, edited by Michael Stearns (Harcourt Brace 1995) Hardcover.
  • Once Upon A Time, edited by Lester del Rey & Risa Kessler (Del Rey 1991) Hardcover.
  • 100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories, edited by Robert Weinberg, Stefan Dziemianowicz, & Martin H. Greenberg (Barnes & Noble 1995) Hardcover.
  • Shadows & Reflections: Stories from the Worlds of Roger Zelazny, edited by Trent Zelazny & Warren Lapine Hardcovertrade paperback. .
  • Why I Left Harry’s All-Night Hamburgers and Other Stories, edited by Sheila Williams & Charles Ardai (Delacorte 1990) Hardcover.
  • Vampires, edited by Jane Yolen & Martin H. Greenberg (HarperCollins 1991) Hardcover.

Non-Fiction Anthologies:

These are all from BenBella Books’ “Smart Pop” series, and unless otherwise specified are edited by Glenn Yeffeth
  • The Anthology at the End of the Universe: Essays by Bruce Bethke, Cory Doctorow, Jacqueline Carey, Stephen Baxter, John Shirley, Adam-Troy Castro, and others — including me — about The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the GalaxyTrade paperback.
  • Boarding the Enterprise: Essays about “Star Trek” by Norman Spinrad, D.C. Fontana, Allen Steele, Michael Burstein, Robert Metzger, Pail Levinson, Howard Weinstein, etc. Edited by David Gerrold and Robert J. Sawyer. Trade paperback (anniversary edition).
  • Seven Seasons of Buffy: Essays by David Brin, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Laura Resnick, Sarah Zettel, Charlaine Harris, Christie Golden, Jean Lorrah, Nancy Holder, and many others about “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Trade paperback.
  • The War of the Worlds: The complete text of H.G. Wells’ classic novel, followed by essays by Jack Williamson, Connie Willis, Mike Resnick, David Gerrold, Mercedes Lackey, Fred Saberhagen, Lawrence Watt-Evans, and others. Trade paperback.

Other authors:

  • Warp Angel, by Stuart Hopen (Misenchanted Press 2013) Trade paperback. Science fiction novel.
  • The Raven Coronet, by Christina Briley (Misenchanted Press 2014) Trade paperback. Fantasy novel.
  • Twirling Jennies, by Ruth Evans (Misenchanted Press 2015) Oversized trade paperback. History of dance in Lowell, MA 1820-1920.

Note:

  • All foreign editions are here.
  • Magazines and comic books are not listed at present.
  • Everything else is listed above.

Payment:

If you prefer not to deal with PayPal, you can order by mail. I have a post office box again: P.O. Box 10382, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110. You can send orders there; enclose payment by check, please.

Shipping: There is no additional charge for shipping for orders over $25.00 sent anywhere in the U.S. by media mail — it’s already included in the prices. If you want your purchase sent by Priority Mail, add $5.00. For orders under $10.00, it’s $5.00 for anywhere in the U.S.; for orders from $10.01 to $25, it’s $7.00 for the order. For shipping outside the U.S., it’s $50.00 regardless of the size of the order; I know that’s a lot, but overseas shipping has gotten expensive!

Autographs: Please specify in a separate e-mail whether you want your copy autographed or unsigned, and if signed, whether you want it personalized, or just a signature. It’s the same price either way. If you don’t say, I don’t sign it.

Other sources: You can find many of my books for sale from the major online booksellers: Barnes & NobleAmazon, and so on. Some recent titles, mostly reprint, are also available directly from their respective publishers, Wildside Press and FoxAcre Press.

If you’ll settle for used copies, you might look at abebooks or, of course, eBay.

If you’re outside North America and these options don’t work for you, I’m sorry, but I can’t help much. I do have a page of international booksellers, but it’s impossible to keep up with the entire world.

E-books: If you’re interested in downloading e-book versions of my work, you can find several on Amazon’s Kindle storeBarnes & NobleSmashwordsWildside Press, or elsewhere. Assortments vary from site to site. I don’t sell any e-texts from my own site.

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