Gardner, Craig Shaw
GARDNER, Craig Shaw
GARDNER, Craig Shaw. Also writes as Peter Garrison. American, b. 1949. Genres: Science fiction/Fantasy. Career: Science fiction and fantasy novelist. Publications: EBENEZUM SERIES: A Malady of Magicks, 1986; A Multitude of Monsters, 1986; A Night in the Netherhells, 1987; The Exploits of Ebenezum, 1987. WUNTVOR SERIES: A Difficulty with Dwarves, 1987; An Excess of Enchantment, 1988; A Disagreement with Death, 1989; The Wanderings of Wuntvor, 1989. CINEVERSE SERIES: Slaves of the Volcano God, 1989; Bride of the Slime Monster, 1990; Revenge of the Fluffy Bunnies, 1990; Cineverse Cycle, 1990. ARABIAN NIGHTS SERIES: The Other Sinbad, 1991; A Bad Day for Ali Baba, 1992; The Last Arabian Night, 1993. DRAGON CIRCLE SERIES: Dragon Sleeping, 1994; Dragon Waking, 1995; Dragon Burning, 1996. NOVELIZATIONS: The Lost Boys: A Novel, 1987; Wishbringer (novelization of a computer game), 1988; Back to the Future, Part II: A Novel, 1989; Batman, 1989; The Batman Murders, 1990; Back to the Future, Part III: A Novel, 1990; Batman Returns, 1992; (with M. Costello) The Seventh Guest, 1995; Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Return to Chaos, 1998; Spiderman-Wanted: Dead or Alive, 1998; Leprechauns, 1999. AS PETER GARRISON: The Changeling War, 1999; The Sorcerer's Gun, 1999; The Magic Dead, 2000. Address: PO Box 1281, East Arlington, MA 02474, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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