Books and Short Stories

Kathryn Sullivan’s publications:

Writings:

  • Pro Fiction:
    • Agents, Adepts & Apprentices. Zumaya Publications, September 2017.
      Amazon and B&N.com and Kobo

      Collection of 22 fantasy and sf short stories, including those marked with an (fantasy) or (sf) on this page. The fantasy stories are set in different time periods in the history of the Land, ranging from those set in the days when humans were common to contemporary times, when the only humans remaining in the Land are the human wizards.

    • “Search and Rescue.” Amazon Kindle. April 4, 2016
      2016 EPIC eBook Award Finalist in the Short Works Category.
      (Cover artist Trace Edward Zaber Finalist for 2016 Ariana Award In Fantasy/Paranormal)

      A wildlife rescuer finds a very strange baby in the forest, a child stolen from another world.

    • “Oracle of Cilens”. Amazon Kindle. April 4, 2016.

      The Etruscan goddess Cilens gifted Ramtha’s family with visions of the future. But when one vision warns her trader husband of an upcoming robbery, can he act quickly enough to recover his treasure?

    • “Hiding in Plain Sight”. Amber Quill Press. January 4, 2015.

      A mysterious box containing a blue crystal was the only warning of the invasion.

    • “Search and Rescue”. Amber Quill Press. August 24, 2014.
      2016 EPIC eBook Award Finalist in the Short Works Category.
      (Cover artist Trace Edward Zaber Finalist for 2016 Ariana Award In Fantasy/Paranormal)
      (Amber Quill Press closed March 31, 2016)

      A wildlife rescuer finds a very strange baby in the forest, a child stolen from another world.

    • “The Oracle of Cilens”. Amber Quill Press. April 2014.
      (Amber Quill Press closed March 31, 2016)

      The Etruscan goddess Cilens gifted Ramtha’s family with visions of the future. But when one vision warns her trader husband of an upcoming robbery, can he act quickly enough to recover his treasure?

    • “The Theft of the Royal Jewels” in A Tall Ship, A Star, and Plunder. Dark Oak Press. January 2014.   Reviews

      The Patrol searches for a pirate ship in a distant solar system.

    • Michael and the Elf. Guardian Angel Publishing. November 2012.
      Amazon and BN.com

      Michael rescues a tiny elf in his parent’s garden. (Picture book)

      (now in paper from a new publisher)

    • “The Halloween Protector”. Winona Daily News. October 31, 2012

      A scary story for Halloween

    • “The Taste of Treasure” in Clockwork Spells and Magical Bells. Kerlak Enterprises. March 2012
      Now available through B&N and Amazon   Reviews

      The Dwarfking’s children and an elf prince compete to craft the best Treasure.

    • “The Wizard’s Hat”. Sorcerous Signals May 2011 & Mystic Signals May 2011

      The robbers wanted his gold, but all he had was a hat.

    • “The Rescue”. FenCon VI (program book). September 2009

      When a chick fell from an eagle’s nest, the rescuer found more than she expected.

    • Michael and the Elf. Writers Exchange E-Publishing January 2006.

      Michael rescues a tiny elf in his parent’s garden. (Picture book) (e-version out of print; available in paper from new publisher)

    • Talking to Trees. Amber Quill Press January 2006. Reviews
      (Amber Quill Press closed March 31, 2016)

      Jody Burns borrows her brother’s silvery bracelet because it looks good with her outfits. But when a green-haired girl appears in search of a hero, she discovers the bracelet is the key to another world.

    • “The Diplomat’s Story” in Short Trips: Repercussions. Big Finish. (Out of Print) August 2004 Reviews

      In the aftermath of a deadly war, the Sixth Doctor and Evelyn choose a retired schoolteacher rather than a professional as a diplomat.

    • “The Oracle of Cilens” in Beyond the Mundane: Flights of Mind (SF/Fantasy Anthology). Mundania Press. (Out of Print) June 2004 Reviews

      The Etruscan goddess Cilens gifted Ramtha’s family with visions of the future. But when one vision warns her trader husband of an upcoming robbery, can he act quickly enough to recover his treasure?

    • Agents and Adepts. Amber Quill Press June 2003. Winner 2003 Dream Realm Award for Best Anthology Finalist 2004 EPPIE for Best Anthology Reviews
      (Amber Quill Press closed March 31, 2016)

      Collection of 16 fantasy and sf short stories, including those marked with an (fantasy) or (sf) on this page. The fantasy stories are set in different time periods in the history of the Land, ranging from those set in the days when humans were common to contemporary times, when the only humans remaining in the Land are the human wizards.

    • The Crystal Throne. Amber Quill Press. March 2003. Winner 2002 Fantasy EPPIE award. Reviews Sample chapterTeacher’s Guide
      (Amber Quill Press closed March 31, 2016)

      Pulled into a magical world, Jeanne Tucker and Peter Burns must learn to work together to defeat a curse that has enslaved an entire land.

    • “The Monster and the Archaeologists” in Professor Bernice Summerfield and The Dead Men Diaries, by Big Finish Productions (Out of Print) September 2000. Reviews

      Professor Bernice Summerfield teams up with a family of alien archeologists to solve the mystery of a hero vase. But a rival wants to claim the glory of discovery.

    • “The Demons’ Storeroom” Anotherealm December 1999. Reprinted from Fury April 1993

      The wizard Brambel only knows one powerful spell–one that transports him to the demons’ storeroom.

    • “Heartsight” Minnesota Fantasy Review October 1988
  • Upcoming Pro Fiction:
    • Re-release of The Crystal Throne and Talking to Trees by Zumaya Publications in 2017.
  • SemiPro Fiction:
    • Original:
      • “Cat Stalking” Nine Lives 2001
      • “The Wizard’s Hat” Shadow Keep Zine March 25, 2001
      • “The Windkin” Twilight Times April 2000. Reprinted from Shadowstar #21-22 Spring 1986
      • “Transfer Student” Twilight Times January 2000. Reprinted from Shadowstar #2 June 1981
      • “The Oracle of Cilens” Pegasus Online Fall 1999
      • “Heartsight” Twilight Times Spring 1999. Reprinted from Minnesota Fantasy Review October 1988
      • “Horsefeathers” Twilight Times Spring 1999. Reprinted from Dragonlore#5 May 1984
      • “Srike Watch” Shadowstar #25 October 1987
      • “The Twin Bond” Shadowstar #19 October 1985
      • “The Loremaster’s Apprentice” Shadowstar #16 December 1984
      • “There Was A Broken Arrow” Errantry #2 May 1984
      • “And Softly Follow” Dragonlore #4 December 1983
      • “Someone Is Watching” Shadowstar #10 May 1983
      • “There Was A Crooked Staff” Errantry #1 May 1983
      • “Link” Shadowstar #8 January 1983
      • “Michael and the Elf” Dragonlore #2 September 1982
      • “Lonely” was read on The Writer’s Voice radio program #10 on KQAL FM
      • “The Demons’ Storeroom” was read on The Writer’s Voice radio program #4 on KQAL FM
      • “Lonely” Shadowstar #4 December 1981
      • “Goodbye, Jennie!” Shadowstar #3 October 1981
    • Fan Fiction:
      • “The Bat in the Stone” (with others) Eye of Orion Part one in #7 Spring and part two in #8, 2001
      • “Time Bomb” (with Selina Lock) Walking in Eternity May 2001
      • “Of Chocolates and Queens” Missing Pieces February 2001.
      • “Time Stalking” The Cat Who Walked Through Time 2000.
      • “Adjudicator’s Holiday” Perfect Timing 2 December 1999
      • “Luggage Retrieval” BBC short story contest January 1999 (on BBC webpage Jan.-Nov. 1999)
      • “Thicket of Thieves” Perfect Timing November 1998
      • “The Uncivil War” Rassilon’s Star Special Edition 1997; Parts one and two in The Scrolls of Gallifrey Issues 1 and 2, November 1995. Reprinted from Time Distort #1 June 1983
      • “Return to Serenity” The Manifest #4 October 1995
      • “Call to Papers: Seeing Things” The Manifest #3 1994
      • “Call to Papers: Beyond Reality” The Manifest #3 1994
      • “Playing With Fire” The Manifest #1 May 1993
      • “The Ferryman’s Price” Rassilon’s Star #4 October 1991
      • “View From A Height” Legends #4 May 1987
      • “Kerm’s Choice” Legends of the Lost Weyr September 1982
      • “Dragonrider” and “The Ship Who Healed” Dragonlore #1 May 1982
  • Other:
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