MZB's Bibliography, updated
4 September 2014
Electronic Books, etc.
16 September 2014
1 October 2014
MZB Backlist Project, updated
31 July 2014
Links of Interest
18 September 2014
Thoughts on Avalon
"Stargate" movie review
Why Prayer Is Not Answered
Articles on Writing:
Advice to New Writers
Death, Taxes, and the Writer
Translations from the Editorial
What Have You Done With My Manuscript?
What Is a Short Story?
Why Did my Story Get Rejected?
This is the home page for the Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Works Trust, which holds Mrs. Bradley's copyrights and administers her literary estate. The address above may be used to contact Ann Sharp, the Trustee.
SWORD & SORCERESS 29, edited by Elisabeth Waters, will be published
November 2, 2014 (making it entirely suitable as as gift for Christmas,
Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Twelfth Night, Winter Solstice, Yule, etc.). It can be pre-ordered for
For guidelines for Sword and Sorceress 30, click
here. The Darkover® anthologies are currently by invitation only.
New and Forthcoming
SWORD AND SORCERESS 28, 2013 -
THE COMPLETE LYTHANDE, 2013 -
* SWORD AND SORCERESS 29, Nov 2, 2014,
* GIFTS OF DARKOVER [anthology #15], Jun 2015
STARS OF DARKOVER [Darkover® anthology #14]
available from Audible and iTunes:
BLUEBEARD'S DAUGHTER, Jul 2014
CASTLE TERROR, Jun 2014
SOUVENIR OF MONIQUE, May 2014
WARRIOR WOMAN, May 2014
SWORD OF ALDONES, Nov 2012
THE BRASS DRAGON, Aug 2012
THE CHILDREN OF KINGS, by MZB and
Deborah J. Ross
Darkover® novel about Gareth Elhalyn, grandson of Regis Hastur
paperback, Mar 2014
THE STARLIT JEWEL is a CD of songs from J.R.R. Tolkien's THE HOBBIT and THE LORD OF THE RINGS, with musical settings by Marion Zimmer Bradley, Kristoph Klover, and Margaret Davis. Beautiful Celtic and Medieval-flavored musical settings featuring vocals, harp, guitar, cello, recorders, and other acoustic instruments. This recording is fully authorized by the Estates of J.R.R. Tolkien and Marion Zimmer Bradley; edition limited to 2000 copies.
"The Starlit Jewel is a rare collection - a must for admirers of Tolkien's Middle-earth poetry and for lovers of well-played, well-sung music."
-- Paula di Sante, Mythopoeic Society