I was very happy to learn last night that my 2015 novel, Irona 700, is a finalist for the 2016 Endeavour Award. (To be awarded at Portland's Orycon in November.) This is the fifth time that one of my books had been shortlisted, so I am not holding my breath, but fingers will be crossed.
Posted: July 2, 2016
Here is a handy guide to Eocene Station, although you won't be able to visit until October 1st.
Posted: June 27, 2016
I heard today that release of Eocene Station has been put off until October 1st. Time flies like a banana.
Posted: May 4, 2016
I am very happy to announce that Night Shade Books will be publishing Ironfoot, the first volume of an historical fantasy series, The Enchanter General, set in Twelfth Century England, when Normans rule and Saxons are the underclass. Durwin, a crippled Saxon lad, manages to cure an ancient enchantment, Spricest ðu, whose text has been corrupted. It promptly prophecies murder in his future. (And, as we all know, in fantasy, prophecies never lie.)
Posted: April 16, 2016
Many of my books were among the first to be digitized, back in 2000 or so. In those days the e-book revolution was a new and risky venture--few people had e-readers, the equipment was primitive by today's standards, and the publishers worked to a very tight budget. Cover art was especially bad, snatched from public-domain lists. Since then the error-rich texts have been upgraded, but some of the artwork still left much to be desired. Open Road Integrated Media, which now owns rights to 30+ of my books, has contracted new artwork for almost all of these. Not all of them are up on Amazon and other outlets yet, but here they are, 28 of them, all at once. (I think my favorite is down in the bottom row, A Rose-Red City, which was my first published book.)
Posted: March 13, 2016
View all of Dave Duncan's titles arranged by series. Click on the book covers for more information about individual titles.