C. S. Friedman

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Name: Celia S. Friedman
Also Known As: C.S. Friedman, C. S. Friedman, C. Friedman, Celia Friedman
Occupation: writer and teacher
Medium: Books
Works: see this section for the all works
Official Website(s): csfriedman.com
Fan Website(s): The Forest of The Hunter
On Fanlore: Related pages

Celia S. Friedman is an American speculative fiction author. Born January 12, 1957 in New York City, Celia was originally a costume designer by trade, starting your publishing career in 1986, she quit costuming in 1996 to write full-time.[1]

To date she has published thirteen novels, several short stories, and a sourcebook for White Wolf's Vampire: The Masquerade role-playing game. She was nominated for the John W Campbell award for Best New Writer in 1988,[2] her novel This Alien Shore was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year in 1998,[3] and The Coldfire Trilogy was a finalist for NPR's Science Fiction and Fantasy Vote.[4]

Works

The Endless War

  • In Conquest Born — April 1986
  • The Wilding — July 2004

The Coldfire Trilogy

  • Dominion — January 9, 2012 (prequel)
  • Black Sun Rising — October 1991
  • When True Night Falls — September 1993
  • Crown of Shadows — October 1995

The Outworlds

  • This Alien Shore — August 1998
  • This Virtual Night — November 02, 2020

The Magister Trilogy

  • Feast of Souls — January 2007
  • Wings of Wrath — February 3, 2009
  • Legacy of Kings — August 23, 2011

Dreamwalker Series

  • Dreamwalker — February 4, 2014
  • Dreamseeker — November 3, 2015
  • Dreamweaver — December 6, 2016

Standalone

  • The Madness Season — September 1990
  • The Erciyes Fragments — April 1998

External links

References

  1. ^ C. S. Friedman's Bio
  2. ^ Campbell Award History
  3. ^ NYT Notable Books of 1998
  4. ^ NPR Science Fiction and Fantasy Finalists