Saberhagen, Fred (Thomas)

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SABERHAGEN, Fred (Thomas)

SABERHAGEN, Fred (Thomas). American, b. 1930. Genres: Science fiction/Fantasy, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Freelance writer, 1962-67, 1973-; electronics technician, Motorola Inc, Chicago, 1956-62; asst ed, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Chicago, 1967-73. Publications: The Golden People, 1964; The Water of Thought, 1965; Berserker (short stories), 1967; Brother Assassin (in U.K. as Brother Berserker), 1969; Berserker's Planet, 1975; The Dracula Tape, 1975; The Book of Saberhagen (short stories), 1975; Specimens, 1976; The Holmes-Dracula File, 1978; The Veils of Azlaroc, 1978; The Empire of the East (novel trilogy; published separately as The Broken Lands, 1968; The Black Mountains, 1971; Changeling Earth, 1973), 1979; Love Conquers All, 1979; Mask of the Sun, 1979; Berserker Man, 1979; An Old Friend of the Family, 1979; The Ultimate Enemy (short stories), 1979; A Matter of Taste, 1980; Thorn, 1980; (with R. Zelazny) Coils, 1980; The Berserker Wars, 1981; Octagon, 1981; Earth Descended, 1982; Dominions, 1982; The First, Second, Third Book of Swords, 3 vols, 1983- 84; A Century of Progress, 1983; The Berserker Throne, 1985; Berserker: Blue Death, 1985; The Frankenstein Papers, 1986; The First Book of Lost Swords: Woundhealer's Story, 1986; Pyramids, 1987; (with R. Zelazny) Black Throne, 1990; (movie tie-in) Bram Stoker's Dracula, 1992; Question of Time, 1992; 7th Book of Lost Swords: Wayfinder, 1993; Berserker Kill, 1993; The Last Book of Swords: Shieldbreaker's Story, 1993; Seance for a Vampire, 1994; An Armory of Swords, 1995; Merlin's Bones, 1995; Second Book of Lost Swords: Sightblinder, 1995; The Lost Swords: EndGame, 1995; Dancing Bears, 1996; Sharpness on the Neck, 1996; Berserker Fury, 1997; Face of Apollo, 1998; Shira in Steel, 1998; Ariadne's Web, 2000; The Arrival, 2000; The First Protector, 2000; The Arms of Hercules, 2000; The God of the Golden Fleece, 2001. EDITOR: A Spadeful of Spacetime, 1981; (co-) Pawn to Infinity, 1982. Address: c/o Eleanor Wood, Spectrum Literary Agency, 320 Central Park West Ste 1-D, New York, NY 10025, U.S.A. On- line address: [email protected];