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List of complete works by American fantasy fiction author Glen Cook.

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The Black Company[edit]

The epic fantasy series features a band of mercenaries known as the Black Company.

  • Books of the North:
  1. The Black Company (May 1984)
  2. Shadows Linger (October 1984)
  3. The White Rose (April 1985)
  • Aloe and the Ghost Country:
  1. Port of Shadows (September 2018). Set between The Black Company and Shadows Linger
  • Barrowlands:
  1. The Silver Spike (September 1989)
  • Books of the South:
  1. Shadow Games (June 1989)
  2. Dreams of Steel (April 1990)
  • Books of the Glittering Stone:
  1. Bleak Seasons (April 1996)
  2. She Is the Darkness (September 1997)
  3. Water Sleeps (March 1999)
  4. Soldiers Live (July 2000)
  • Not yet published:
  1. A Pitiless Rain (TBA)[1]
  • Science Fiction Book Club hardcover omnibus editions:
  1. Annals of the Black Company (collects The Black Company, Shadows Linger, and The White Rose)
  2. The Black Company Goes South (collects The Silver Spike, Shadow Games, and Dreams of Steel)
  3. The Black Company: Glittering Stone I (collects Bleak Seasons and She Is the Darkness)
  4. The Black Company: Glittering Stone II (collects Water Sleeps and Soldiers Live)
  • Tor Fiction softcover omnibus editions:
  1. The Chronicles of The Black Company (collects The Black Company, Shadows Linger, and The White Rose) (November 2007)
  2. The Books of the South (collects Shadow Games, Dreams of Steel, and The Silver Spike) (June 2008)
  3. The Return of The Black Company (collects Bleak Seasons, and She Is The Darkness) (September 2009)
  4. The Many Deaths of The Black Company (collects Water Sleeps, and Soldiers Live) (January 2010)
  • Short stories
  1. 'Raker'—appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (August 1982). This was a pre-publication excerpt of chapter 3 from The Black Company, with slight editing differences to make it stand alone as a short story.
  2. 'Tides Elba'—appeared in Swords & Dark Magic edited by Jonathan Strahan and Lou Anders, published by Eos (2010). This is also chapter 3 of Port of Shadows.
  3. 'Smelling Danger: A Black Company Story'—appeared in the Subterranean Press anthology, Tales of Dark Fantasy 2, edited by William Schafer (2011). This is also chapter 6 of Port of Shadows.
  4. 'Shaggy Dog Bridge'—appeared in Fearsome Journeys: The New Solaris Book of Fantasy edited by Jonathan Strahan, published by Solaris (2013)
  5. 'Bone Candy'—appeared in Shattered Shields edited by Jennifer Brozek and Bryan Thomas Schmidt, published by Baen (2014). This is also chapter 9 of Port of Shadows.
  6. 'Bone Eaters'—appeared in Operation Arcana edited by John Joseph Adams, published by Baen (2015)
  7. 'Chasing Midnight'—appeared in The Best of Glen Cook: 18 Stories from the Author of The Black Company and The Dread Empire, published by Night Shade Books (2019)

Garrett P.I.[edit]

The fantasy and mystery series features Garrett, a freelanceprivate investigator in a world where magic works all too well, and where humans co-exist uneasily with numerous other intelligent species and halfbreeds.

  1. Sweet Silver Blues (1987)
  2. Bitter Gold Hearts (1988)
  3. Cold Copper Tears (1988)
  4. Old Tin Sorrows (1989)
  5. Dread Brass Shadows (1990)
  6. Red Iron Nights (1991)
  7. Deadly Quicksilver Lies (1994)
  8. Petty Pewter Gods (1995)
  9. Faded Steel Heat (1999)
  10. Angry Lead Skies (2002)
  11. Whispering Nickel Idols (2005)
  12. Cruel Zinc Melodies (2008)
  13. Gilded Latten Bones (2010)
  14. Wicked Bronze Ambition (2013)
  • Science Fiction Book Club omnibus editions:
  1. The Garrett Files (collects Sweet Silver Blues, Bitter Gold Hearts, and Cold Copper Tears; 2003)
  2. Garrett, P.I. (collects Old Tin Sorrows, Dread Brass Shadows, and Red Iron Nights; 2003)
  3. Garrett Investigates (collects Deadly Quicksilver Lies, Petty Pewter Gods, and Faded Steel Heat; 2004)
  4. Garrett On The Case (collects Angry Lead Skies, Whispering Nickel Idols; 2005)
  • Roc Trade softcover omnibus editions:
  1. Introducing Garrett, P.I. (collects Sweet Silver Blues, Bitter Gold Hearts, and Cold Copper Tears; 2011)
  2. Garrett Takes the Case (collects Old Tin Sorrows, Dread Brass Shadows, and Red Iron Nights; 2012)
  3. Garrett For Hire (collects Deadly Quicksilver Lies, Petty Pewter Gods, and Faded Steel Heat; 2013)

Dread Empire[edit]

Glen Cook Audio Books

  • Main Sequence
    1. A Shadow of All Night Falling (1979)
    2. October's Baby (1980)
    3. All Darkness Met (1980)
  • Prequels
    1. The Fire in His Hands (1984)
    2. With Mercy Toward None (1985)
  • Sequels
    1. Reap the East Wind (1987)
    2. An Ill Fate Marshalling (1988)
    3. A Path to Coldness of Heart (2012)
Replaces The Wrath of Kings, whose manuscript was stolen, and also encompasses plot from 3 more titles Cook had originally planned for the main sequence. Cook speaks extensively of this in the citation interview[2]
  • Omnibus volumes (reprinted by Night Shade Books):
    • A Cruel Wind: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire, an omnibus of the three main sequence novels (2006)
    • A Fortress in Shadow: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire, an omnibus of the two prequels (2007)
    • An Empire Unacquainted with Defeat: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire, a collection of short fiction set in the Dread Empire (2008)
    • Wrath of Kings: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire, an omnibus of the three sequel novels (2018)
  • Short Stories
    • 'The Nights of Dreadful Silence'—appeared in Fantastic (September 1973)
    • 'Ghost Stalk'—appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (May 1978)
    • 'Castle of Tears'—appeared in Whispers (October 1979)
    • 'Call for the Dead'—appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (July 1980)
    • 'Soldier of an Empire Unacquainted With Defeat'—appeared in The Berkley Showcase, Vol. 2 (August 1980)
    • 'Filed Teeth'—appeared in Dragons of Darkness (October 1981)
    • 'Severed Heads'—appeared in Sword and Sorceress 1 (May 1984)

Instrumentalities of the Night[edit]

Epic fantasy in a reinterpreted version of 13th century Europe and Western Asia.

  1. The Tyranny of the Night (2005)
  2. Lord of the Silent Kingdom (2007)
  3. Surrender to the Will of the Night (2010)
  4. Working Gods' Mischief (March 2014)

Starfishers[edit]

Starfishers is a science fiction series drawing on elements of Norse mythology, and in the case of Passage at Arms, World War IIsubmarine warfare.

  1. Shadowline (1982)
  2. Starfishers (1982)
  3. Star's End (1982)
  • Related
  1. Passage at Arms (1985)
  • Short stories
  1. 'Sunrise'—appeared in Eternity SF (1973)
  2. 'Quiet Sea'—appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (December 1978)

Darkwar[edit]

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Marika, a meth pup growing up in a matriarchal tribal society, loses her mother and nearly all of her pack in an attack by nomads, driven southwards by a severe winter and led by a rogue male. She is taken in by the silth, meth females who rule the world with their mental powers, because they have detected in her the talent to become a powerful silth herself. As she grows and develops, she proceeds to shake meth society to its very roots.

  1. Doomstalker (1985)
  2. Warlock (1985)
  3. Ceremony (1986)
  • Short story
  1. 'Darkwar'—appeared in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine (December 1982)

Standalone novels[edit]

  • The Swap Academy (1970) (written as 'Greg Stevens')
  • The Heirs of Babylon (1972)
  • The Swordbearer (1982)
  • A Matter of Time (1985)
  • The Dragon Never Sleeps (1988)
  • The Tower of Fear (1989)
  • Sung in Blood (1992)
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Standalone short stories[edit]

  • 'Silverheels'—appeared in Witchcraft and Sorcery #6 (May 1971)
  • 'Song from a Forgotten Hill'—appeared in Clarion (June 1971)
  • 'And Dragons in the Sky'—appeared in Clarion II (June 1972)
  • 'Appointment in Samarkand'—appeared in Witchcraft and Sorcery #7 (November 1972)
  • 'The Devil's Tooth'—appeared in Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror, Volume 1, #5 (1974)
  • 'In the Wind'—appeared in Tomorrow Today (1975) and Space Dogfights (1992)
  • 'The Recruiter'—appeared in Amazing Stories (March 1977)
  • 'The Seventh Fool'—appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (March 1978)
  • 'Ponce'—appeared in Amazing Stories (November 1978)
  • 'Enemy Territory'—appeared in Night Voyages #9 (Spring 1983)
  • 'Winter's Dream'-Unknown publication (1997)
  • 'The Good Magician'—appeared in Songs of the Dying Earth: Stories in Honor of Jack Vance edited by George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois, Tor Books (2010)

Omnibus editions[edit]

  • The Best of Glen Cook: 18 Stories from the Author of The Black Company and The Dread Empire (2019)

References[edit]

  1. ^'Strange Horizons Interview'. Archived from the original on May 14, 2006. Retrieved June 20, 2006.
  2. ^'MileHiCon 43 - Glen Cook Interview'. Retrieved Nov 2, 2011.
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