The website of Lawrence Watt-Evans.
Welcome to The Misenchanted Page, the website of Lawrence Watt-Evans, author of a bunch of stuff -- mostly fantasy, but also some science fiction, horror, non-fiction, etc.
Covers on the right link to relevant pages (generally where you can buy a copy, usually on Amazon) about recent work. Below is whatever writing news I consider important -- new releases, book contracts, and so on.
Anything else may take some digging, but I've had a website since 1996 and I don't take much of anything down, so it's probably around somewhere. Each of my novels and stories has its own page, giving a bit of history about how it got written and published, and there are assorted articles, trip reports, and miscellany. Of course, some of the information may be out of date. The Main Page is generally a good place to start looking for whatever you're after, but below are a few other links you might find useful. "Misenchanted Press" is the name of a small press I own.
In theory, the whole site is now mobile-friendly. If you encounter problems in that regard, let me know.
The audiobook of The Dragon Society is now available.
My story "The Prisoner of Shalott" is in By the Light of Camelot, an
Arthurian anthology edited by Jeff Campbell & Shannon Allen, now available for
in e-book form, and
scheduled for summer 2018 publication on paper.
Warner Brothers is buying the rights to a feature film version
of "Why I Left Harry's
All-Night Hamburgers," adapted by Steven Desmond and Michael Sherman. See
these stories in the Hollywood Reporter or
the Tracking Board for more details.
Both the ebook of Stone
Unturned: A Legend of Ethshar and the
are now available!
The Lawrence Watt-Evans
Fantasy MEGAPACK is available in ebook form for just 99 cents.
The trade paperback is somewhat more.
Tom Derringer in the Tunnels of Terror is now on sale
from CreateSpace and all the usual outlets.
Dragon Weather is now available
as an audiobook.
So is The Misenchanted
Sword. The rest of the Ethshar series is inching along.
My story "Sorcery of the Heart," a novelet set in the Bound Lands, is in the new anthology
Blade 4, edited by Deborah Ross, now available.
For the first time, Misenchanted Press has published non-fiction -- my sister's obsessively-researched, lavishly-illustrated
history of social dance in Lowell, Massachusetts. She's put together a website about it, and of course you can order it
Barnes & Noble.
I occasionally send out e-mail notices called the Misenchanted Newsletter, updating the latest news on my
promised these will appear no more than once a week unless there are urgent corrections needed; it usually seems to run about once a month. To
subscribe, e-mail me. (I used to have a form you could use, but so many spammers were hitting it I gave up.)
In addition to the fairly concise reporting of writing news in the regular edition, I also now offer an occasional "chatty version," with more personal commentary, that you can also subscribe to. The chatty version comes out much less often.
If you decide you don't like either one, you can always unsubscribe; I have no interest in antagonizing readers by sending them things they don't want.
If you've signed up for the newsletter and haven't received it, please e-mail me and let me know! Issue #125 went out February 19th.
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