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Jack Dann Bibliography Examples

Jack Dann

Goodreads Author

in The United States


The Dragon Book: Magical Tales from the Masters of Modern Fantasy
byJack Dann(Goodreads Author)(Editor), Gardner Dozois(Editor), Cecelia Holland
3.70 avg rating — 1,455 ratings — published 2009 — 15 editions
Wizards: Magical Tales From the Masters of Modern Fantasy
byJack Dann(Goodreads Author)(editor), Gardner Dozois(editor), Neil Gaiman(Goodreads Author)(contributor)
3.73 avg rating — 1,552 ratings — published 2007 — 16 editions
Ghosts by Gaslight
byJack Dann(Goodreads Author)(Editor), Nick Gevers(Editor), Peter S. Beagle(Goodreads Author)
3.48 avg rating — 567 ratings — published 2011 — 3 editions
Legends of Australian Fantasy
byJack Dann(Goodreads Author)(Editor), Jonathan Strahan(Goodreads Author)(Editor), Isobelle Carmody(Goodreads Author)(Contributor)
3.90 avg rating — 203 ratings — published 2010 — 3 editions
Wandering Stars: An Anthology of Jewish Fantasy and Science Fiction
byJack Dann(Goodreads Author)(Editor), Isaac Asimov(Contributor), Pamela Sargent(Goodreads Author)(Contributor)
3.85 avg rating — 157 ratings — published 1973 — 10 editions
The Memory Cathedral: A Secret History of Leonardo Da Vinci
3.47 avg rating — 182 ratings — published 1995 — 17 editions
byJack Dann(Goodreads Author)(Editor), Gardner Dozois(Editor), Avram Davidson
3.57 avg rating — 142 ratings — published 1982 — 5 editions
Dreaming Again: Thirty-five New Stories Celebrating the Wild Side of Australian Fiction
byJack Dann(Goodreads Author)(editor), Garth Nix(Goodreads Author)(contributor), Richard Harland(Goodreads Author)(contributor)
3.81 avg rating — 99 ratings — published 2008 — 2 editions
The Silent
3.22 avg rating — 73 ratings — published 2015 — 6 editions
The Man Who Melted
3.16 avg rating — 63 ratings — published 1984 — 12 editions
More books by Jack Dann…

Dreaming in the Dark, the first volume in the new PS Australia line, will be out in November; and here’s a sneak peek of the cover:

Our Table of Contents:

Welcome to the Golden Age:
        An Introduction of Sorts—Jack Dann
Sing, My Murdered Darlings—Sean Williams
Falling Angel—Paul Brandon
Martian Triptych—James Bradley
Northerner’s Farewell—Rjurik Davidson
Midnight in the Graffiti Tunnel—Terry Dowling
A Right Pretty Mate—Lisa L. Hannett
Eromon No More—Jason Nahrung
Luv Story—Kim Westwood
The Luminarium Tower—Sean McMullen
Neither Time Nor Tears—Angela Slatter
His Shining Day—Richard Harland
The Liquid Palace—Adam Browne
Heat Treatment—Venero Armanno
Snowflakes All the Way Down—Rosaleen Love
Served Cold—Alan Baxter
The Dog Who’d Been Dead—Anna Tambour
Fade to Grey—Janeen Webb
All those Superpowers and What Are They Good For?
       —Garth Nix
Burnt Sugar—Kirstyn McDermott
In Hornhead Wood—Kim Wilkins
Moonshine—Simon Brown

And as I wrote in the introduction:

It’s said that one of the characteristics of a good editor is the ability to read out of his or her comfort zone. Well, I can only say that every story in this volume is here because it made me nervous, made me laugh, scared me, made me think, reconsider, or just plain blew me away: i.e. knocked me out. And many of these stories are definitely out of my comfort zone. My response: ‘Oh, joy!’

Not one of the stories was bought (yes, authors need to be paid!) because the author had a big name or because the volume was light on a particular subgenre or because I had to meet a word count. If I couldn’t get the stories, then I’d wait until I did. No conciliation, no accommodation, no concession. Well, okay, I lied: I did have to make one accommodation: I had a word limit. I couldn’t buy the universe. But I sure as hell tried to buy the best of it!

Dreaming in the Dark can be pre-ordered HERE.

More Dreaming news as it happens…

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