Sand Magic Orson Scott Card Bibliography

Summary Bibliography: Orson Scott Card

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  • Author: Orson Scott Card Author Record # 15
  • Legal Name: Card, Orson Scott
  • Birthplace: Richland, Washington, USA
  • Birthdate: 24 August 1951
  • Language: English
  • Email:orsoncard@aol.com
  • Webpages:hatrack.com, IMDB, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN
  • Used These Alternate Names:オースン・スコット・カード?, Brother Orson, Noam D. Pellume, Byron Walley
  • Author Tags:science fiction (27), space opera (8), alternate history (7), near future (3), urban fantasy (3), penal colony (2), military sf (2), into-movie (2), fantasy (2), original anthology (2), young-adult sf (2), Young Adult (2), novelization (1), Catholicism (1), alien culture (1), alien ecology (1), alien perspective (1), religion (1), chinese culture (1), interstellar travel (1) and 28 additional tags. View all tags for Orson Scott Card
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Fiction Series
  • Empire
  • Ender's Universe
  • Homecoming (Orson Scott Card)
  • Maps in a Mirror: The Short Fiction of Orson Scott Card
  • Mither Mages
  • Pastwatch
  • Pathfinder Trilogy
  • The Alvin Maker Saga
  • The Mayflower Trilogy
  • The Mormon Sea
  • The Worthing Chronicle
NovelsCollectionsOmnibusMagazine Editor SeriesAnthology SeriesAnthologiesChapbooksNonfictionShort Fiction SeriesShort FictionPoem SeriesPoemsEssay Series
  • Books to Look For
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, May 1987) (1987)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, June 1987) (1987)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, July 1987) (1987)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, August 1987) (1987)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, September 1987) (1987)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, October 1987) (1987)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, November 1987) (1987)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, December 1987) (1987)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, January 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, February 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, March 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, April 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, May 1988) (1988)
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    • Books to Look For (F&SF, August 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, September 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, October 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, November 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, December 1988) (1988)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, January 1989) (1989)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, February 1989) (1989)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, March 1989) (1989)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, April 1989) (1989)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, May 1989) (1989)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, June 1989) (1989)
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    • Books to Look For (F&SF, January 1990) (1990)
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    • Books to Look For (F&SF, November 1990) (1990)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, December 1990) (1990)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, February 1991) (1991)
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    • Books to Look For (F&SF, May 1991) (1991)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, June 1991) (1991)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, July 1991) (1991)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, August 1991) (1991)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, September 1991) (1991)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, October-November 1991) (1991)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, December 1991) (1991)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, January 1992) (1992)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, February 1992) (1992)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, March 1992) (1992)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, April 1992) (1992)
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    • Books to Look For (F&SF, August 1992) (1992)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, September 1992) (1992)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, October-November 1992) (1992)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, December 1992) (1992)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, January 1993) (1993)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, February 1993) (1993)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, March 1993) (1993)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, April 1993) (1993)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, May 1993) (1993)
    • Books to Look For (F&SF, August 1993) (1993)

About Orson Scott Card

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Orson Scott Card

Orson Scott Card is the author of the novels Ender's Game, Ender's Shadow, and Speaker for the Dead, which are widely read by adults and younger readers, and are increasingly used in schools. His most recent series, the young adult Pathfinder series (Pathfinder, Ruins, Visitors) and the fantasy Mithermages series (Lost Gate, Gate Thief, Gatefather) are taking readers in new directions.

Besides these and other science fiction novels, Card writes contemporary fantasy (Magic Street, Enchantment, Lost Boys), biblical novels (Stone Tables, Rachel and Leah), the American frontier fantasy series The Tales of Alvin Maker (beginning with Seventh Son), poetry (An Open Book), and many plays and scripts, including his "freshened" Shakespeare scripts for Romeo & Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew, and The Merchant of Venice.

Card was born in Washington and grew up in California, Arizona, and Utah. He served a mission for the LDS Church in Brazil in the early 1970s. Besides his writing, he teaches occasional classes and workshops and directs plays. He frequently teaches writing and literature courses at Southern Virginia University.

Card currently lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, with his wife, Kristine Allen Card, where his primary activities are writing a review column for the local Rhinoceros Times and feeding birds, squirrels, chipmunks, possums, and raccoons on the patio.

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