Short Fiction

Forthcoming:

“The Headless Flute Player.”  Shadows and Reflections, edited by Warren LaPine and Trent Zelazny.

“Deception on Gryphon.”  A Stephanie Harrington Story.  Yet untitled Honorverse anthology, edited by David Weber. Baen Books.

“Brother Against Brother.”  Yet untitled “Safehold” anthology, edited by David Weber.  Tor Books.

“Choice of Weapons.”  Yet untitled anthology, edited by Gerald and Loretta Hausman. Fall 2016.

 


“The Button Witch.” UrbanFantasy.com.  June 2015.

“The Hermit and the Jackalopes.”  The Change: Tales of Downfall and Rebirth, edited by S.M. Stirling.  Roc, June 2015.

“Knight’s Errand.”  Fantasy for Good, edited by Jordan Ellinger and Richard Salter.  Nightscape Press, December 2014.

“Born from Memory.”  ScienceFictionandFantasy.com.  Autumn 2014.

“Hamlet Revisited.”  Snack Reads. August 27, 2013.

“Two Types of Teeth.” Man/Kzin Wars XIII. Created by Larry Niven. Baen Books. May 2012.

“Hunting the Unicorn.” Courts of the Fey, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Russell Davis. DAW Books, November 2011.

“Ruthless.”  In Fire Forged, edited by David Weber.  Baen Books. February 2011.

“Like the Rain.” Golden Reflections, edited by Joan Saberhagen and Robert Vardeman, Baen Books, February 2011.

“The Writing on the Washroom Wall.” More Stories from the Twilight Zone, edited by Carol Serling, Tor Books, July 2010.

“The Drifter.” A Girl’s Guide to Guns and Monsters, edited by Kerrie Hughes and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW Books, February 2010.

“The Travails of Princess Stephen.” Pandora’s Closet, edited by Jean Rabe and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW Books, August, 2007.

“Unlimited.” Future Americas, edited by John Helfers and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW Books, June 2008.

“Servant of Death,” in collaboration with Fred Saberhagen. Man VS Machine, edited by John Helfers and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW Books, July 2007.
reprinted as an ebook by Snackreads.com, October 2013.

“Fever Waking.” Children of Magic, edited by Kerrie Hughes. DAW Books, June 2006.
Set in the same universe as The Wolf Series.

“Menu for Life… And Death.” Slipstreams, edited by John Helfers. DAW Books, May 2006.

“Comes Forth.” In the Shadow of Evil, edited by John Helfers and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books, August 2005.
This story features Andrasta, a continuing character.

“Tigers in the Capitol.” Future Washington. Edited by Ernest Lilley, Washington Science Fiction Association, 2005.

“Fire from the Sun.” Women of War, edited by Tanya Huff and Alexander Potter, DAW Books, July 2005.
This story features Andrasta, a continuing character.

“Seeking Gold.” Maiden, Matron, Crone, edited by John Helfers and Kerrie Hughes, DAW Books, May 2005.
This story features Andrasta, a continuing character.

“Here to There.” You Bet Your Planet, edited by Brittany A. Koren and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, March 2005.
(Captain “Allie” Ah Lee of the small trader Mercury also appears in “Winner Takes Trouble” and “Endpoint Insurance”)

“The Lady in Grey.” Emerald Magic, edited by Andrew M. Greeley and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW Books, August 2004.

“Pakeha.” Visions of Liberty, edited by Mark Tier and Martin H. Greenberg. Baen Books, July 2004.
reprinted in FREEDOM, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Mark Tier, Baen Books, July 2006.

“Keep the Dog Hence.” Sirius: the Dog Star, edited by Alexander Potter, DAW Books, June 2004.

“Witches’-broom, Apple Soon.” Faerie Tales, edited by Russell Davis and Martin H. Greenberg, DAW, May 2004.
(Set in the same world as Changer and Changer’s Daughter (Legends Walking). The story features Shahrazad the coyote, Demetrios the faun, and several other athanor.)

“Promised Land.” The Service of the Sword: Worlds of Honor #4, edited by David Weber. Baen Books, April 2003.

“Beneath the Eye of the Hawk.” Pharaoh Fantastic, edited by Brittiany A. Koren and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW, December 2002.

“It Must Burn.” Lighthouse Hauntings, edited by Charles G. Waugh. Down East Books. 2002.

“Final Exam.” Apprentice Fantastic, edited by Russell B. Davis and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW, November 2002.
(The Albuquerque adepts also appear in “Hell’s Mark,” “Hell’s Bane,” and “Spellsword,”

“The Road to Stony Creek.” The Blue and Grey Undercover, edited by Ed Gorman. Tor Books. December 2001.

“Jeff’s Best Joke.” Past Imperfect, edited by Larry Segriff. DAW. December 2001.

“Lies of Omission.” Silicon Dreams, edited by Larry Segriff. DAW. October 2001.
(The android Alastar and the mysterious Lillianara also appear in “Ruins of the Past”)

“Slaying the Serpent.” Death by Horoscope, edited by Anne Perry and Martin H. Greenberg. Carroll and Graf, August 2001.

“A Touch of Poison.” Assassin Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Alexander Potter. DAW. July 2001.
Set in the same universe as The Wolf Series.

“The Big Lie.” Drakas!, edited by S.M. Stirling. Baen Books. November 2000.

“Sparrow Falls.” Guardian Angels, edited by Martin H. Greenberg. November 2000.

“Endpoint Insurance.” Guardsmen of Tomorrow, edited by Larry Segriff and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. November 2000.
(Captain “Allie” Ah Lee of the small trader Mercury also appears in “Winner Takes Trouble” and “Here to There”)

“Ruins of the Past.” Far Frontiers, edited by Larry Segriff and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. September 2000.
(The android Alastar and the mysterious Lillianara also appear in “Lies of Omission”)

“On the Edge of Sleep.” Perchance to Dream, edited by Denise Little and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. April 2000.

“Sacrifice.” Mardi Gras Madness, edited by Russel Davis and Martin H. Greenberg. Cumberland House, March 2000.

“Spellsword.” Spell Fantastic, edited by Larry Segriff. DAW. March 2000.
(The Albuquerque adepts also appear in “Hell’s Mark,” “Hell’s Bane,” and “Final Exam,”)

“The Story of Lozen.” New Amazons, edited by Margaret Weis and Martin H. Greenberg. February 2000.

“Out of Hot Water.” Tales From the Eternal Archives: Earth, Air, Fire, and Water, edited by Margaret Weis, Janet Pack, Robyn McGrew, and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. November 1999.

“The Beanstalk Incident.” Twice Upon A Time, edited by Denise Little and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. April 1999.

“Queen’s Gambit.” Worlds of Honor, edited by David M. Weber. Baen Books. February 1999.

“Why There Are White Tigers.” Tales From the Eternal Archives: Legends, edited by Margaret Weis, Janet Pack, Robyn McGrew, and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. January 1999.

“Winner Takes Trouble.” Alien Pets, edited by Denise Little and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. December 1998.
(Captain “Allie” Ah Lee of the small trader Mercury also appears in “Endpoint Insurance”) and “Here to There”)

“Hell’s Bane.” Battle Magic, edited by Larry Segriff and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. October 1998.
(The Albuquerque adepts also appear in “Hell’s Mark,” “Final Exam,” and “Spellsword,”)

“Auspicious Stars.” Black Cats and Broken Mirrors, edited by John Helfers and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. June 1998.

“Ki’rin and the Blue and White Tiger.” Lord of the Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg. Avon. September 1998.

“Hell’s Mark.” Wizard Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. November 1997.
(The Albuquerque adepts also appear in “Final Exam,” “Hell’s Bane,” and “Spellsword,”)

“Small Heroes.” First Contact, edited by Larry Segriff and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. July 1997.

“Sun and Hawk.” Elf Fantastic, edited by Martin H. Greenberg. DAW. April 1997.

“A Dreaming of Dead Poets.” Miskatonic University, edited by Robert Weinberg. DAW. November 1996.

“Websurfing Past Lives.” Future Net, edited by Martin Greenberg and Larry Segriff. DAW. October 1996.

“Noh Cat Afternoon.” Cat Fantastic IV, edited by Andre Norton. DAW.  August 1996.

“Child of Darkness.” The Williamson Effect, edited by Roger Zelazny. Tor 1996.

“Dark Lady.” Return to Avalon, edited by Jennifer Roberson. DAW.   January 1996.

“Better Mousetrap.” Magic the Gathering: Distant Planes. Harper Prism. January 1996.

“Teapot.” Fantastic Alice, edited by Margaret Weis and Martin H. Greenberg. Ace. January 1996.

“Kangaroo Straight.” Wheel of Fortune, edited by Roger Zelazny and Martin H. Greenberg. AvoNova, January 1996.

“Domino’s Tale” in Ever After, edited by Roger Zelazny. Baen Books, December 1995.

“The Seventh Martial Art.” Warriors of Blood and Dreams, edited by Roger Zelazny and Martin H. Greenberg. AvoNova, June 1995.

“Shadow of a Reflection of a Cat’s Head.” City of Darkness: Unseen, edited by Erin Kelly and Stewart Wieck. White Wolf. May 1995.
(The mage Tieh also appears in “A Block of Time”)

“A Block of Time.” Truth Until Paradox, edited by Stewart Wieck and Staley Krause. White Wolf. February 1995.
(The mage Tieh also appears in “Shadow of a Reflection of a Cat’s Head”)

“Relief.” Heaven Sent, edited by Peter Crowther. DAW, May 1995.

“Behind the Curtain of Flowers.” Galaxy, issue 5.

“Christmas Seal.” Christmas Bestiary, edited by Rosalind M. Greenberg and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW, November 1993.

“Good Boy.” Journeys from the Twilight Zone, edited by Carol Serling. DAW, January 1993.

“Between Tomatoes and Snapdragons.” Dragon Fantastic, edited by Rosalind M. Greenberg and Martin H. Greenberg. DAW Books, April 1992.

“Cheesecake.” Starshore. Winter: 1990.

 

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