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Jim Butcher

    Jim Butcher is the author of the Dresden Files, the Codex Alera, and a new steampunk series, the Cinder Spires. His resume includes a laundry list of skills which were useful a couple of centuries ago, and he plays guitar quite badly. An avid gamer, he plays tabletop games in varying systems, a variety of video games on PC and console, and LARPs whenever he can make time for it. Jim currently resides mostly inside his own head, but his head can generally be found in his home town of Independence, Missouri.

Jim goes by the moniker Longshot in a number of online locales. He came by this name in the early 1990′s when he decided he would become a published author. Usually only 3 in 1000 who make such an attempt actually manage to become published; of those, only 1 in 10 make enough money to call it a living. The sale of a second series was the breakthrough that let him beat the long odds against attaining a career as a novelist.

All the same, he refuses to change his nickname.


The Dresden Files

Bibliography from ISFDB

Fetched: Fritz (talk) 07:05, 24 September 2016 (CDT)

Fiction Series

   Marvel Metaverse
       Spider-Man Universe
               The Darkest Hours (2006) 
   The Cinder Spires
       1 The Aeronaut's Windlass (2015) 
   The Codex Alera
       1 Furies of Calderon (2004)
       2 Academ's Fury (2005)
       3 Cursor's Fury (2006)
       4 Captain's Fury (2007)
       5 Princeps' Fury (2008)
       6 First Lord's Fury (2009) 
   The Dresden Files
       1 Storm Front (2000)
       2 Fool Moon (2001)
       3 Grave Peril (2001)
       4 Summer Knight (2002)
       5 Death Masks (2003)
       6 Blood Rites (2004)
       7 Dead Beat (2005)
       8 Proven Guilty (2006)
       9 White Night (2007)
       10 Small Favor (2008) also appeared as:
           Variant Title: Small Favour (2008) 
       11 Turn Coat (2009)
       12 Changes (2010)
       13 Ghost Story (2011)
       14 Cold Days (2012)
       15 Skin Game (2014)
       Welcome to the Jungle (2008) [SF] [graphic format]
       Side Jobs: Stories from the Dresden Files (2010) [C]
       Ghoul Goblin (2013) [SF] [graphic format]
       War Cry (2014) [SF]
       The Dresden Files Omnibus editions
           Wizard for Hire (2005) [O/1,2,3]
           Wizard by Trade (2006) [O/4,5]
           Wizard at Large (2006) [O/6-7]
           Wizard Under Fire (2007) [O/8,9] 
       The Dresden Files Short Fiction
           A Restoration of Faith (2002) [SF]
           Vignette (2002) [SF]
           Something Borrowed (2006) [SF]
           It's My Birthday, Too (2007) [SF]
           Heorot (2007) [SF]
           Backup (2008) [SF]
           Day Off (2008) [SF]
           The Warrior (2009) [SF]
           Last Call (2009) [SF]
           Even Hand (2010) [SF]
           Aftermath (2010) [SF]
           Love Hurts (2010) [SF]
           Curses (2011) [SF]
           Bombshells (2013) [SF]
           Jury Duty (2015) [SF]
               1 B Is for Bigfoot (2012) [SF]
               2 I Was a Teenage Bigfoot (2012) [SF]
               3 Bigfoot on Campus (2012) [SF]
               Working for Bigfoot (2014) [C] 


   Mean Streets (2009) with Thomas E. Sniegoski and Simon R. Green and Kat Richardson 


   Welcome to the Jungle (2008) [graphic format]
   Backup (2008)
   Ghoul Goblin (2013) [graphic format]
   War Cry (2014) [graphic format] 

Cover Art

   Turn Coat (2009) 


   Burning Alive (excerpt) (2000)
   Blood Rites (excerpt) (2003)
   Blood Rites (excerpt) (2003)
   Academ's Fury (excerpt) (2005)
   Proven Guilty (excerpt) (2006)
   White Night (Excerpt) (2007)
   Captain's Fury (excerpt) (2007)
   The Dresden Files (excerpt) (2007)
   Small Favor (excerpt) (2008)
   Furies of Calderon (excerpt) (2009)
   Furies of Calderon (excerpt) (2011)
   Furies of Calderon (excerpt) (2011)
   Cold Days (excerpt) (2011)
   Cold Days (excerpt) (2012)
   Skin Game (excerpt) (unknown) 


   Author's Note (Storm Front) (2000)
   Author's Note (Blood Rites) (2004)
   Artificial Intelligence and Genuine Stupidity (2004)
   Author's Note (Dead Beat) (2005)
   Crackers Don't Matter (2005)
   Author's Note (Proven Guilty) (2006)
   Author's Note (White Night) (2008)
   Author's Note (Small Favor) (2009)
   Author's Note (Turn Coat) (2010)
   Author's Note (Changes) (2010)
   Author's Note (Ghost Story) (2011)
   Author's Note (Death Masks) (unknown)
   Author's Note (Grave Peril) (unknown)
   Author's Note (Storm Front) (unknown)
   Author's Note (Summer Knight) (unknown)
   The Dresden Files (unknown) 

Interviews with This Author

   Interview: Jim Butcher (2009) by John Joseph Adams
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