Steven Brust Fan Page
Created 9 March 1995
16 Mar 2017
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I consider Steven Brust to
be a very good storyteller, particularly of SF, which is largely what he
writes. I've been prompted to create this page to summarize his work
and answer FAQs. Suggestions and advice are of course welcome.
Books by Steven Brust. -- 15 Dec 2013
Short Stories -- 9 Mar 2011
A Dream of Passion -- 16 Mar 2017
Devera FAQ -- 14 Apr 2004
Mario -- 11 July 2002
Tangent to Zelazny
PJF -- 28 Jan 1997
Those wacky animals.
The Cycle of Dragaera.
Some of my impromptu speculation on how the Cycle works.
Two biographies. One by Samantha Star Straf,
another by Fred A. Levy Haskell.
- On Piarra,
the RPG setting Dragaera came from.
Steven Brust's own home
click on the logo to see something useful. One of those dumb redirects.
- Cracks and
Shards -- great site. Various observations on Dragaera: tables of contents,
inconsistencies, other details. Lots of other details. Timekeeping,
differences between Houses.
A Timeline of Dragaera
-- from Alexx Kay. Has other notes and speculations as well, including a
highly interesting list of references to Vlad-adventures we haven't seen.
- Small Invisible
Lights -- from I don't know their real name. Has Thomas Yan's "Distracted
by Shadows" posts from Usenet, which I'd saved but hadn't put on my site yet,
and cites Dzurlord for the location of the Great Sea of Chaos.
- A fan's map of Dragaera
the Black Gate
- Penny Arcade comic
and blog entry.
Kesinger's Dragaera page -- what used to be the other major page. Similar
completist attitude as this one, but limited to Dragaera. Dramatis Personae
and pictures. More cover scans. Hasn't been updated since before the
publication of Dragon, though.
- Lyorn Records wiki
SF Archive Reviews.
- Brust has been interviewed in Dragon Magazine #222, and AD&D stats
for Vlad and Loiosh are given in #220. Or so I'm told; I've never seen
these issues myself. 17 March update: I have a copy of the interview, sent
by Eldon the Seer. Not sure what to do about it yet.
Give me ideas!