It's a long time since I posted anything, and an even longer time until the book appears, but I have put up the opening chapter of Eocene Station for your edification and tantalization. (You will be pleased to hear, though, that none of these gruesome characters feature in the rest of the story.)
Posted: February 6, 2016
Almost all my books have been issued as audio downloads by Audible (a subsidiary of Amazon). A dozen or so of these of these are going to be released as CDs in May, 2016. This does not mean that the download version had been withdrawn; you can still buy those.
Posted: December 23, 2015
I rarely write a book straight through from start to finish; after a month or two I’ll put it away and work on something else. As an extreme example of this, a story I began ten years ago, almost to the day, has now been accepted for publication by Open Road Media. Portal of a Thousand Worlds was inspired by the history of Nineteenth Century China. It is also the longest book I have written since The Cursed. So 2016 will see two new Dave Duncan books.
Posted: December 6, 2015
I am very happy to announce that Fire Rivers will be publishing my next book, Eocene Station, on July 1, 2016. Yes, it's a time travel, but it lets me show off a little geology, left over from my first career.
Posted: November 15, 2015
I am very happy to report that I have been honored by induction into the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame. Although I have given up attending cons, I suspended that resolution long enough to drop in on V-Con 40 yesterday and receive a commemorative plaque from Clint Budd, Chair of the CFSSA Hall of Fame jury. (I also had a great time meeting many long-time friends there.)
Posted: October 5, 2015
View all of Dave Duncan's titles arranged by series. Click on the book covers for more information about individual titles.