Eleanor Arnason bibliography

A Chronological Eleanor Arnason Bibliography
by Denny Lien

NOVELS

THE SWORD SMITH. NY: Condor Press, 1978 (pb)

TO THE RESURECTION STATION. NY:Avon, 1986 (pb)

DAUGHTER OF THE BEAR KING. NY: Avon, 1987 (pb).
reprint: British pb (Headline, 1987)

A WOMAN OF THE IRON PEOPLE. NY: Morrow, 1991 (hc)
reprints: Science Fiction Book Club hc (1987);
AvoNova pb (1992), split into two volumes–
IN THE LIGHT OF SIGMA DRACONIS
<and> CHANGING WOMAN
eReads electronic book (1999)
honors: winner, 1992 Tiptree Award (tie) and winner, 1992 Mythopoeic Award for Adult Literature;
third place in 1992 Campbell Memorial; thirteenth in 1992 LOCUS Best Novel poll

RING OF SWORDS. NY: Tor, 1993 (hc)
reprints: Science Fiction Book Club hc (1993)
Tor Orb trade pb (1995)
Russian (1995) and Spanish (1996) translations published
honors: winner, 1994 Minnesota Book Award for Fantasy and Science Fiction;
short list for 1994 Tiptree Award; twelfth in 1994 LOCUS Best Novel poll

POETRY ANTHOLOLGY EDITED

TIME GUM. Minneapolis: Rune Press (pb pamphlet); co-edited with Terry A. Garey

SHORT FICTION

“A Clear Day in the Motor City.” NEW WORLDS 6, ed. Michael Moorcock and Charles Platt. London: Sphere, 1973.
reprints: NEW WORLDS 5 <US version of UK 6> NY: Avon, 1974.
THE NEW IMPROVED SUN, ed. Thomas M. Disch, NY: Harper, 1975.

“The Warlord of Saturn’s Moons.” NEW WORLDS 7, ed. Hilary Bailey and Charles Platt; London: Sphere, 1974.
reprints: NEW WORLDS 6 <US version of UK 7> NY: Avon, 1975.
THE NEW WOMEN OF WONDER, ed. Pamela Sargent, NY: Vintage, 1978.
THE NORTON BOOK OF SCIENCE FICTION, ed. Ursula K. LeGuin and Brian Attebery, NY: Norton,1993.
WOMEN OF WONDER: THE CLASSIC YEARS, ed. Pamela Sargent; NY: Harcourt Brace, 1995.
honors: 1976 Nebula nominee (novelette)

“Ace 167.” ORBIT 15, ed. Damon Knight; NY: Harper & Row, 1974.

“The House by the Sea.” ORBIT 16, ed. Damon Knight. NY: Harper & Row, 1975.

“The Face on the Barroom Floor” (with Ruth Berman). STAR TREK: THE NEW VOYAGES #1, ed. Sondra Marshak & Myrna Culbreath. NY: Bantam, 1976.

“Going Down.” ORBIT 19, ed. Damon Knight, Harper & Row 1977

“A Ceremony of Discontent,” (ss) A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN, v6 #1&2, 1981.
reprint: THE WOMEN WHO WALK THROUGH FIRE, ed. Susanna J.. Sturgis. Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press, 1990.

“The Ivory Comb.” AMAZONS II, ed. Jessica Amanda Salmonson, NY: DAW, 1982

“Glam’s Story.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED. #2, 1987

“Among the Featherless Bipeds.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #3 , 1988

“A Brief History of the Order of St. Cyprian the Athlete.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #10, 1992.

“The Hound of Merin.” XANADU, ed. Jane Yolen & Martin H. Greenberg, NY: Tor 1993
honors: #17 novelette of year in 1994 LOCUS Poll

“The Lovers.” ASIMOV’S, July 1994.
reprints: FLYING CUPS AND SAUCERS, ed. Debbie Notkin and The Secret Feminist Cabal. Cambridge, MA: Edgewood Press, 1998.
ISAAC ASIMOV’S VALENTINES, ed. Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams; NY: Ace, 1999.
honors: short list for 1995 Tiptree Award; #2 novelette in 1995 ASIMOV’S
Readers’ Poll; #8 novelette of year in 1995 LOCUS Poll

“The Semen Thief.” AMAZING, Winter 1994.

“The Dog’s Story.” ASIMOV’S, May 1996
reprints: ISAAC ASIMOV’S CAMELOT, ed. Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams. NY: Ace, 1998.
THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF ARTHURIAN LEGENDS, ed. Mike Ashley. London: Robinson, 1998.
honors: 1998 Nebula nominee (novelette); #6 novelette of year in LOCUS Poll

“The Small Black Box of Morality.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #16. 1996
reprint: WOMEN OF OTHER WORLDS, ed. Helen Merrick and Tess Williams. Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, 1999.

“The Venetian Method.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #19, 1998.
reprint: BEST OF THE REST #2, ed. Brian Youmans. Boston: Suddenly Press,1999.

“The Gauze Banner.” MORE AMAZING STORIES, ed. Kim Mohan. NY: Tor, 1998.
honors: short list for 1999 Tiptree Award

“Stellar Harvest.” ASIMOV’S, April 1999.
reprint: NEBULA AWARDS SHOWCASE 2002, ed. Kim Stanley Robinson. NY: Penguin/Roc, 2002.
honors: 1999 HOMer Award winner (novelette); nominee for 2000 Hugo (novelette);
nominee for 2000 Nebula (novelette); #7 novelette in 2000
ASIMOV’S Readers’ Poll; #13 novelette in 2000 LOCUS Poll

“The Grammarian’s Five Daughters.” REALMS OF FANTASY, June 1999.
reprints: THE YEAR’S BEST FANTASY AND HORROR: THIRTEENTH ANNUAL COLLECTON, ed. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. NY: St. Martin’s, 2000.
online at 29 March 2004 STRANGE HORIZONS website:
http://www.strangehorizons.com/2004/20040329/grammarian.shtml

honors: nominee for 2000 World Fantasy Award (short fiction)

“Dapple: A Hwarhath Historical Romance.” ASIMOV’S, September 1999.
reprint: THE YEAR’S BEST SCIENCE FICTION: SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL COLLECTION, ed. Gardner Dozois. NY; St. Martin’s, 2000.
honors: won 2000 Gaylactic Network Spectrum Award; long list for 2000 Tiptree Award; second place for 2000 Sturgeon Award; #9 novella in 2000 Asimov’s Readers’ Poll; #12 novelette in 2000 LOCUS Poll

“The Actors.” MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION, December 1999
honors: long list for 2000 Tiptree Award; #7 novella of year in 2000 LOCUS Poll

“Origin Story.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #21, 2000.

“The Cloud Man.” ASIMOV’S, October/November 2000.
honors: #2 novelette in 2001 ASIMOV’S Readers’ Poll; #17 novelette in 2001 LOCUS Poll

“Lifeline.” ASIMOV’S, February 2001.

“Moby Quilt.” ASIMOV’S, May 2001.
reprint: THE YEAR’S BEST SCIENCE FICTION: NINETEENTH ANNUAL COLLECTION; ed. Gardner Dozois. NY: St. Martin’s, 2002.
honors: #6 novella in 2002 ASIMOV’S Readers’ Poll

“The Glutton: A Goshat Accounting Chant.” TALES OF THE UNATICIPATED
#22, 2001.

“Knapsack Poems.” ASIMOV’S, May 2002.
honors: short list for 2003 Tiptree Award; 2004 Nebula nominee (short story); #4 short story on 2003 ASIMOV’S Readers’ Poll; #23 short story in 2003 LOCUS Poll

“The Lost Mother: A Tale Told by the Divers.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #23, 2002.

“The Potter of Bones.” ASIMOV’S, September 2002.
reprint: THE YEAR’S BEST SCIENCE FICTION: TWENTIETH ANNUAL COLLECTION, ed. Gardner Dozois. NY: St Martin’s, 2003.
honors: 2004 Nebula nominee (novella); #4 novella on 2003 ASIMOV’S Readers’ Poll; #10 novella on 2003 LOCUS Poll

“Big Ugly Mama and the ZK.” ASIMOV’S, September 2003.

POETRY

“On the Border.” PANDORA #16, 1986.
reprint: TIME GUM, ed. Terry A. Garey and Eleanor Arnason,
Minneapolis: Rune Press, 1988.

“On Writing.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #1, 1986.

“There Was an Old Lady….” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #2, 1987.

“Clean House Poem.”
“Mars Poem”
“Poem Written After I Read an Article Which Argued That Birds Are Descended from Dinosaurs”
all in TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #4, 1988.

“Dragon Poem.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #6, 1989.

“Amnita and the Giant Stinginess.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #7, 1990.

“Bear Song”
“A Dark Night in November . . .”
“Love Song”
“A Poem to Drive Monsters Away”
all in PAPER BAG WRITER, ed. Anon. Minneapolis: Bagperson Press, 1990.

“Jack Can Hear Music…”
“Poem Written in October…”
“The Voices of the Rich…”
all in RAW SACKS, ed. Anon. Minneapolis: Bagperson Press, 1990.

“Song From ‘The Kalevala.'” Online at 29 March 2004 STRANGE HORIZONS website
http://www.strangehorizons.com/2004/20040329/kalevala.shtml

NONFICTION AND MISCELLANEOUS

Introduction (with Terry A. Garey) to TIME GUM, ed. Terry A. Garey and Eleanor Arnason. Minneapolis: Rune Press, 1988.

“On Writing Science Fiction.” WOMEN OF VISION, ed. Denise Du Pont. NY: St. Martin’s, 1988.

“Read This.” NEW YORK REVIEW OF SCIENCE FICTION, January 1992.

“On Writing A Woman of the Iron People.” MONAD #3, September 1993.

“The Year in Science Fiction and Fantasy: A Symposium (with seven other authors).” NEBULA AWARDS 29, ed. Pamela Sargent. NY: Harcourt Brace, 1995.

“The Sieve.” NEW YORK REVIEW OF SCIENCE FICTION, January 1998.

“Response to Judith Berman’s ‘Science Fiction Without the Future.'” NEW YORK REVIEW OF SCIENCE FICTION, September 2001.

ABOUT (Selected)
Heideman, Eric M. “An Interview with Eleanor Arnason //and// An Arnason Bibliography.” TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #1, 1986

Levy, Michael M. “Eleanor Arnason.” ST. JAMES GUIDE TO SCIENCE FICTION WRITERS, ed. Jay P. Pederson. 4th edition. Detroit: Gale, 1995.

Speller, Maureen. “Eleanor Arnason.” ST. JAMES GUIDE TO FANTASY WRITERS, ed. David Pringle. Detroit: Gale, 1996.

Gordon, Joan. “Incite/On-Site/Insight: Implications of the Other in Eleanor Arnason’s Science Fiction.” FUTURE FEMALES: THE NEXT GENERATION, ed. Marleen S. Barr. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2000.

Morehouse, Lyda. SFC Interview: “Eleanor Arnason.” SCIENCE FICTION CHRONICLE, 22 (8), August 2001.

Morehouse, Lyda. “Interview: Eleanor Arnason.” Online at 29 March 2004 STRANGE HORIZONS site:
http://www.strangehorizons.com/2004/20040329/arnason.shtml

Eleanor Arnason homepage (maintained by David Lenander) is at:
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~d-lena/Eleanor%20&%20trog.html

sources:
SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINE INDEX:
1890-2001 (cdrom), by Stephen T. Miller and William G. Contento

the following sf/f web indexes:
http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/isfac/0start.htm
http://www.locusmag.com/index/0start.html <and supplements>
http://www.isfdb.org/
http://lib-oldweb.tamu.edu/cushing/sffrd/
http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/NomLit3.html#136

the Index Translationum (Unesco) database at
http://databases.unesco.org/xtrans/xtra-form.html

and the library-oriented subscriber databases
WorldCat and RLG Union Catalog (RLIN)

Denny Lien / U of Minnesota Libraries, March 2004