Bibliography – Connie Willis

Connie Willis’ book-sized publications

I own a few of these, and read them pre-blog.  My reviews are linked, though.

Novels and published-separately novellas

  • Water Witch (1982) (with Cynthia Felice)
  • Lincoln’s Dreams (1987) – John W. Campbell Memorial Award winner, Locus Fantasy Award nominee, 1988. Poignant.
  • Light Raid (1989) (with Cynthia Felice)
  • Doomsday Book (1992) – Nebula Award winner, BSFA Award nominee, 1992;  Hugo and Locus SF Awards winner, Clarke Award nominee, 1993. Poignant. Awesome. 
  • Remake (1994) – Hugo Award nominee, 1996
  • Uncharted Territory (1994)
  • Bellwether (1996) – Nebula Award nominee, 1997
  • Promised Land (novel) (1997) (with Cynthia Felice)
  • To Say Nothing of the Dog (1998) – Hugo and Locus SF Awards winner, 1999; Nebula Award nominee, 1998. very funny.
  • Passage (2001) – Locus SF Award winner, Hugo and Clarke Awards nominee, 2002;  Nebula Award nominee, 2001 – poignant.
  • Inside Job (2005) – very funny
  • D.A. (2007) – Y.A. book read pre-blog. It’s OK, not great.
  • “All Seated on the Ground” (2007)
  • Blackout (2010)
  • All Clear (2010)

Short story collections

  • Fire Watch (1984), whose title story won the 1982 Hugo and Nebula Awards
  • Impossible Things (1993)
  • Futures Imperfect (1996) (omnibus edition of Uncharted TerritoryRemake and Bellwether.)
  • Even the Queen: And Other Short Stories (1998) – Sound recording of five stories read by Connie Willis including “Even the Queen”, “Death on the Nile”, and “At the Rialto”.
  • Miracle and Other Christmas Stories (1999)
  • The Winds of Marble Arch and Other Stories: A Connie Willis Compendium (2007)

Short stories

(not going to list here)

from wikipedia

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