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NOVELS AND SHORT WORKS (newest to oldest):



OMNITOPIA DAWN: OMNITOPIA #1, hardcover SF novel: DAW Books, August 3, 2010. ISBN-10: 0756406234. ISBN-13: 978-0756406233.





A WIZARD OF MARS: The Ninth Book in the Young Wizards Series, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, April 14, 2010. ISBN-10: 0152047700. ISBN-13: 978-0152047702.







"Sensation" in STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION: VOLUME 1: Star Trek (TNG) English-language manga script: Tokyopop Inc., 2008. ISBN: 978-1-4278-1272-8.





"Eating in Narnia": essay, in THROUGH THE WARDROBE: Your Favorite Authors on C. S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia: ed. Herbie Brennan: BenBella Books, 2008. ISBN-13: 978-0-9792331-3-5.






"The House", fantasy short story, in WITCH HIGH, ed. Denise Little: DAW Books, 2008. ISBN-13: 978-0-7564-0513-7.







"Under My Skin", fantasy short story, in MYSTERY DATE, ed. Denise Little: DAW Books, 2008. ISBN-13: 978-0-7564-0469-7.






"Out of the Frying Pan", fantasy short story, in ENCHANTMENT PLACE, ed. Denise Little: DAW Books, 2008. ISBN-13: 978-0-7564-0510-6.






"Goths and Robbers", sf short story, in THE QUALITY OF LEADERSHIP (Doctor Who: Short Trips), ed. Keith DeCandido: Big Finish Books, London, May 2008. ISBN-13: 978-1-84435-269-2.






"Theobroma", fantasy short story, in WIZARDS, INC., ed. Denise Little: DAW Books, 2007. ISBN-13: 978-0-7564-0439-0.





"The Scaean Gate" in STAR TREK: THE MANGA VOLUME 2: Kakan ni Shinkou Original series English-language manga script: Tokyopop Inc., September 2007. ISBN: 1-4278-0620-9.





THE EMPTY CHAIR,original novel completing the "Star Trek: Rihannsu" sequence: Pocket Books, December 2006. ISBN-10: 1416508910. ISBN-13: 978-1416508915





RIHANNSU: THE BLOODWING VOYAGES, omnibus trade paperback reissue of the first four "Star Trek: Rihannsu" novels: Pocket Books, December 2006. ISBN-13: 978-1-4165-2577-6. ISBN-10: 1-4165-2577-7.






"The Fix", fantasy short story in THE MAGIC TOYBOX, ed. Denise Little: DAW Books, August 2006. ISBN: 0756403790.





WIZARDS AT WAR, hardcover fantasy novel, eighth novel in the "Young Wizards" series: Harcourt Inc., October 2005. ISBN 0-1520-47727.






"Cold Case", fantasy short story, in MURDER BY MAGIC: Twenty Tales of Crime and the Supernatural, ed. Rosemary Edghill, Time Warner / Aspect Books, October 2004. ISBN-10: 0446679623.





"Herself", fantasy short story, in EMERALD MAGIC: Great Tales of Irish Fantasy, May 2004

WIZARD'S HOLIDAY, hardcover fantasy novel, seventh novel in the "Young Wizards" series: Magic Carpet Books, Harcourt Brace & Co, October 2003

"Hopper Painting" in STARS: Original Stories based on the Songs of Janis Ian, ed. Janis Ian and Mike Resnick: DAW Books, August 2003: ISBN 0-7564-0177-1

A WIZARD ALONE: young adult hardcover fantasy novel, the sixth volume of the adventures of the teenage “student” wizards Nita Callahan and Kit Rodriguez: Magic Carpet Books, Harcourt Brace & Co, October 2002.

TALE OF THE FIVE: THE SWORD AND THE DRAGON: reissue of THE DOOR INTO FIRE and THE DOOR INTO SHADOW, with slight revisions to both books: Meisha Merlin Books, Spring 2002. ISBN-10: 1892065517. ISBN-13: 978-1892065513.

STEALING THE ELF-KING'S ROSES, original mass-market paperback fantasy novel:  Warner Books, November 2002. ISBN-10: 0446609838. ISBN-13: 978-0446609838.

"...When They Bear Gifts", short story for the fantasy anthology FURTHER ADVENTURES OF XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, Warner Books, late 2001. ISBN 0-441-00852-6.

THE WIZARD'S DILEMMA:young adult fantasy novel: the fifth volume of the adventures of the teenage “student” wizards Nita Callahan and Kit Rodriguez: Magic Carpet Books, Harcourt Brace & Co, June 2001. All other books in the “Young Wizards” series have been reissued in new covers to accompany the release. Above: digest edition. Hardcover: ISBN 0-15-202551-0.

RIHANNSU: SWORDHUNT and RIHANNSU: HONOR BLADE: original mass-market paperback Star Trek novels, October 2000, Pocket Books. Third and fourth in the “Rihannsu” group of Star Trek novels. Swordhunt ISBN: 0671042092.

"Midnight Whispers" in STAR TREK: Enterprise Logs, Star Trek anthology of short stories set on each ship (both historical and fictional) named Enterprise; ed. Bob Greenberger, Pocket Books, June 2000. ISBN-10: 0671035797. ISBN-13: 978-0671035792. SPAN>

"1-900-NODREAM" in PERCHANCE TO DREAM, fantasy-horror anthology: ed. Denise Little, DAW Books, May 2000. ISBN 0-88677-888-3

HARBINGER: NIGHTFALL AT ALGEMRON, original science fiction novel, mass-market paperback, TSR Books, March 2000. ISBN 0786915633.

“Trines”, in AN OXRUN HALLOWE’EN, ardcover horror anthology based in Charles Grant’s “Oxrun” universe, ed. Jo Fletcher, Armada Books UK, October 1999

HARBINGER: STORM AT ELDALA, original science fiction novel, mass-market paperback, TSR Books, April 1999. ISBN 0786913347.

HARBINGER: STARRISE AT CORRIVALE, original science fiction novel, mass- market paperback, TSR Books, October 1999. ISBN 0786911794.

“Recensions”, science fiction short story in the “StarDrive” universe, in Amazing Magazine, summer 1998.

"Blank Check", in ON CRUSADE, ed. Katherine Kurtz, original trade paperback anthology of stories concerning the Knights Templars: Warner Books, April 1998.

ON HER MAJESTY’S WIZARDLY SERVICE, hardcover original fantasy, the second adult novel in the “Young Wizards” universe; Hodder & Stoughton, July 1998. Mass-market UK paperback, July 1999, ISBN unknown. US trade paperback published as TO VISIT THE QUEEN, Warner Aspect, Spring 1999. ISBN 0446673188.

THE BOOK OF NIGHT WITH MOON, hardcover original fantasy novel, an adult novel in the “Young Wizards”; Hodder & Stoughton UK, July 1997: ISBN 0-340-69328-2. Mass-market paperback, July 1998, ISBN unknown. US trade paperback, Warner Aspect, November 1997: ISBN 0-446-67302-1. US mass-market paperback, Warner Aspect, November 1998: ISBN unknown.

X-MEN: EMPIRE’S END, hardcover comic-based novel, Putnam, New York, September 1997. Mass-market paperback, September 1998.

"Don't Put That In Your Mouth, You Don't Know Where It's Been", in DON'T FORGET YOUR SPACESUIT, DEAR, ed. Jody Lynn Nye, Baen Books, 1996: short story in anthology of original SF stories about mothers and motherhood. ISBN 0-671-87732-1.

INTELLIVORE: original mass-market Star Trek paperback novel: Pocket Books, March 1997. ISBN 0671568329.

X-COM / UFO DEFENSE: A NOVEL, Prima/Proteus, May 1996: original mass-market paperback. ISBN 0-7615-0235-1. Russian hardcover edition, Armada Books, 1997: ISBN 5-7632-0337-2.

“It Came Out of the Woodwork”, in OUTER LIMITS ONE, ed. Debbie Notkin, Prima/Proteus USA, November 1996. Trade paperback: novella-length prose rendering of original-series OUTER LIMITS script, with two others.In OUTER LIMITS TWO and OUTER LIMITS THREE, two more renderings of scripts.

SPIDER-MAN: THE OCTOPUS AGENDA, hardcover original novel, Putnam, New York, 1996: ISBN 0-399-14211-8.

SPIDER-MAN: THE LIZARD SANCTION, hardcover original novel, Putnam, New York, 1995: ISBN 0-399-14105-7. Mass-market paperback edition, August 1996, ISBN 1-57297-148-7.

"Ill Wind", five part graphic novel/miniseries for STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, DC Comics, New York: Autumn 1995-Spring 1996.

RAETIAN TALES: A WIND FROM THE SOUTH, Badfort Press, Dublin, March 1995: trade paperback original fantasy novel.

"The Back Door", fantasy short story, in DRAGON'S EYE, ed. Christopher Stasheff: Baen Books, July 1994. ISBN 0-671-87609-0.

SPIDER-MAN: THE VENOM FACTOR , hardcover original novel, Putnam, New York, 1994: ISBN 0-399-14002-6.

"The Dovrefell Cat”, in XANADU 2, anthology of young adult short fantasy, ed. Jane Yolen, Jane Yolen Books / Tor Books, January 1994. Mass-market paperback, March 1995.

DARK MIRROR, hardcover Star Trek novel, Pocket Books, New York:December 1993 : ISBN 0-671-79377-2: simultaneous release, Simon & Schuster UK, December 1993. Two weeks on the New York Times Best-Seller list. Chosen for the 1994 "Books For The Teen Age" list of the New York Public Library Office of Young Adult Services. Mass-market paperback edition, December 1994, Pocket Books: ISBN unknown. German-language version published as DUNKELE SPIEGEL, Heyene-Verlag, 1996. French-language edition published as L'ENVERS DU MIROIR, Presses de la Cité, Paris, 1996: ISBN 2-258-00056-4.

DARK MIRROR, audio tape dramatization abridged from the Star Trek novel, Simon & Schuster Audio, December 1993: ISBN unknown.

"Spot's Day", for STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION ANNUAL #2, comic script for DC Comics, October 1993.

"Apparitions", for THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, ed. Martin H. Greenberg:  DC Comics / Bantam Books US, September 1993. ISBN unknown.

SEAQUEST DSV, novelization of premiere episode of the Universal/Amblin Productions TV series: with Peter Morwood: Bantam Books, September 1993. ISBN unknown.   Orion Books UK, January 1994:ISBN unkno wn.

"Epic Proportions", STAR TREK #52, for DC Comics, New York: July-August 1993.

A WIZARD ABROAD, paperback young adult fantasy novel, continuing the adventures of the "student" wizards Nita Callahan and Kit Rodriguez. Corgi Books, July 1993. ISBN 0552527440. US Science Fiction Book Club edition, May 1996: ISBN 1568651910. Harcourt Trade Publishers "mini hardcover" edition, 1997: ISBN: 0152012095. First Harcourt paperback edition, 1999: ISBN 0152012079. Magic Carpet Books mass market paperback, 2001: ISBN 0152162380. Magic Carpet Books digest format edition 2005: ISBN 0152055037

THE DOOR INTO SUNSET, hardcover fantasy novel:Tor Books, March 1993: ISBN 0-312-85184-7. Mass-market US paperback edition, Tor Books, August 1994. Mass-market paperback UK edition, Corgi Books, May 1992. ISBN 0-552-13663-8.

SPACE COPS #3: HIGH MOON, original science fiction novel, with Peter Morwood: AvonNova, April 1992. ISBN 0-380-75854-7.

SPACE COPS #2: KILL STATION, original science fiction novel, with Peter Morwood: AvonNova, January 1992. ISBN 0-380-75855-5.

SPACE COPS #1: MINDBLAST, original science fiction novel, with Peter Morwood: Avon Books, June 1991: ISBN 0-380-75852-0.

"Test Flight", in THE FLEET: TOTAL WAR, paperback original anthology, Ace Books, September 1990: ISBN 0-441-24093-3. With Peter Morwood.

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL WIZARD, omnibus edition of SO YOU WANT TO BE A WIZARD?, DEEP WIZARDRY, and HIGH WIZARDRY. Science Fiction Book Club, June 1990: ISBN 1568650108. Featured selection for Summer.

DOCTOR'S ORDERS, Pocket Books, June 1990: ISBN 0-671-66189-2. Mass-market paperback original; Star Trek novel. Three weeks on the NY Times Best-seller list: presently in second printing. UK paperback: Titan Books, June 1990: ISBN 1-85286-285-8. Published in German, French and Portuguese (Brazilian) editions.

HIGH WIZARDRY, Delacorte Press, March 1990: ISBN 0-385-29983-4. Mass-market paperback, Corgi Books UK, November 1991: ISBN 0-552-52651-7. Magic Carpet Books reissue, ISBN ?: Magic Carpet digest edition, ISBN 0-15-204941-X. Original fantasy novel, third in the "Young Wizards" series, continuing the adventures of the “student” wizards Nita Callahan and Kit Rodriguez. "Pick of the List", Spring 1990, American Bookseller Magazine. Russian hardcover edition, Armada Books, Moscow, 1995: ISBN 5-87994-077-2. Omnibus editionwith SO YOU WANT TO BE A WIZARD and DEEP WIZARDRY published as SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL WIZARD by the Science Fiction Book Club: 250,000 copies in print, the SFBC’s record holder for the volume most often purchased by new members.

"Pest Control", in THE FLEET: SWORN ALLIES, paperback anthology, Ace Books, March 1990: ISBN 0-441-24090-9. With Peter Morwood. < /P>

KEEPER OF THE CITY, Bantam Books, August 1989:ISBN 0-553 -28065-1. Mass-market paperback original fantasy novel: with Peter Morwood. Japanese mass-market edition, with illustrations: Dragon Books, July 1991:ISBN 4-829 1-4161-1.

"Long Shot", short story in THE FLEET: BREAK THROUGH, paperback anthology, Ace Books, May 1989: ISBN -441-24103-4. With Peter Morwood. < /P>

SPOCK'S WORLD, Pocket Books, August 1988. Hardcover original: ISBN 0-671-66851-X. The first Star Trek novel in hardcover. 250,000 copies in print. Eight weeks on the New York Times Best-Seller list. Mass-market paperback, Pocket Books, 1989: 0-671-66773-4. Three weeks on the New York Times Best-seller list: now in fourth printing. Double audio tape, adaptation of novel, Simon & Schuster / Pocket Books Audio, 1989: ISBN 0-671-67917-1. UK paperback: Pan Books, June 1990: ISBN 0-330-31247-2. In third printing by publication date. German-language edition published as SPOCKS WELT, Heyne Verlag, Munich. Portuguese-language edition published as O MUNDO DE SPOCK, Editora Aleph, São Paulo: ISBN unknown.

"The Tale of Prince Ivan the Not-Too-Experienced", six-part comic script for THE DREAMERY, Epic Comics, December 1987 through August 1988.

THE ROMULAN WAY, Pocket Books, August 1987: ISBN 0-671-68085-4. Mass-market paperback Star Trek novel: with Peter Morwood.Second of the “Rih annsu” series of Star Trek novels. Five weeks on the New York Times Best-seller List. Five printings in original edition. UK mass-market paperback, Titan Books, 1989: ISBN unknown. German-language edition published as DIE ROMULANER, Heyne Verlag, 1992; ISBN3-453-05831-3. Reissue in US mass market paperback, Pocket Books, autumn 2000, to accompany the two new books in the series.

"The Tie that Binds", in THIEVES' WORLD #10: BLOOD TIES, fantasy anthology, ed. Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey, Ace Books, 1986:0-441-80595-7.

"The Last Word", STAR TREK #28: single-issue comic script for DC Comics, NYC, April 1986.

"Uptown Local", short story in the “Young Wizards” universe, in DRAGONS AND DREAMS, fantasy anthology, ed. Jane Yolen, Houghton Mifflin, 1986: ISBN 0-06-026792-5.

"Double Blind", STAR TREK #24-25: two-part (comedy) comic script for DC Comics, NYC, Jan/Feb 1986. Reprinted as one of five stories in "The Best of Star Trek: 20 Years", DC Comics, January 1992. 

STAR TREK: THE KOBAYASHI ALTERNATIVE: interactive text computer game, in association with MicroMosaics, NYC: Simon & Schuster, October 1985. For the IBM PC, Apple series, MacIntosh, and Commodores. The first Star Trek computer game, still considered a cult classic.

"Down By The Riverside", in THIEVES' WORLD #7:THE DEAD OF WI NTER, fantasy anthology, ed. Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey, Ace Books, 1985:ISBN 0-44 1-14089-0.

"Lior and the Sea", in MOONSINGER'S FRIENDS, hardcover fantasy anthology, ed. Susan Shwartz, Bluejay Books, 1985: ISBN 0-312-94325-3. Trade paperback, Bluejay Books, 1985: ISBN 0-312-94326-1.

"Midnight Snack", in SIXTEEN, young adult fiction anthology, Delacorte Press, 1984: ISBN 0-385-29346-1. Mass-market paperback, Laurel-Leaf Books, 1985: ISBN 0-440-97757-6. French edition, published as SEIZE, Editions Messidor / La Farandole, 1987: ISBN 9-782209-05891-4. Tape cassette collection, Listening Library Inc: ISBN 0-8072-3026-X. A Best Book of the American Librarians' Association, 1985.Cassette versi on winner of a Media and Methods Award for Excellence, 1987.   Anthologized in numerous US and foreign textbooks.

DEEP WIZARDRY, hardcover young adult fantasy novel continuing the adventures of the “student” wizards Nita Callahan and Kit Rodriguez; Delacorte Press, 1985: ISBN 0-385-29373-9. Mass-market paperback, Laurel-Leaf Books, 1987: ISBN 0-440-20070-9. UK mass-market paperback: Corgi Books, July 1991: ISBN 0-552-52646-0. Harcourt Brace digest edition, 1996, ISBN 0-15-204942-8. Second in the "Young Wizards" series. A School Librarians' Journal Best Book of 1985: an ABA Best Book (young adult) of 1985. Omnibus edition with SO YOU WANT TO BE A WIZARD and HIGH WIZARDRY published as SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL WIZARD by the Science Fiction Book Club. Japanese edition: Tokyo Sogen-sha, 2009, ISBN-13: 978-4-488-53504-9.

"The Hand That Feeds You" in THIEVES' WORLD #6:WINGS OF OME N, fantasy anthology, Ace Books, August 1984: ISBN 0-441-80593-0.

MY ENEMY, MY ALLY, mass-market paperback original, Star Trek novel: Timescape/Pocket Books, 1984, 1985, 1986: ISBN 0-671-70241-4.Tie-in to the motion pic ture STAR TREK III.   First of the “Rihannsu” series of Star Trek novels. Nine printings in original edition. Gregg Press hardcover, 1985: ISBN unknown. SF Book Club hardcover, 1984:no ISBN. UK mass-market paperback, Titan Books, 1989: ISBN 1-85286-129-0: now in third printing. German mass-market paperback, published as DER FEIND—MEIN VERBÜNDETER, Heyne Verlag, 1988: ISBN 3-453-03125-3. Reissue in US mass market paperback, Pocket Books, autumn 2000, to accompany the two new books in the series.

THE DOOR INTO SHADOW, trade paperback fantasy novel, Bluejay Books, 1984: ISBN 0-312-94110-2. Mass-market paperback, Tor Books, 1985: ISBN 0-812-53673-8. German mass-market paperback, published as DAS TOR DER SCHATTEN, Heyne Verlag, West Germany, 1987: ISBN 3-453-00965-7. UK mass-market paperback: Corgi Books, May 1991: ISBN 0-552-13662-X. Omnibus trade paperback edition with THE DOOR INTO FIRE, May 2001, Meisha Merlin Books. Second book in the "Middle Kingdoms" series.

THE WOUNDED SKY, mass-market paperback original, Star Trek novel: Timescape /Pocket Books, 1983, 1985, 1987: 0-671-74352-X. Now in ninth printing. Gregg Press hardcover, 1984: ISBN 0-8398-2933-7. SF Book Club hardcover: no ISBN. UK mass-market paperback: Titan Books, 1988: ISBN unknown. German mass-market edition as DER VERWUNDETE HIMMEL, Heyne Verlag, 1989: ISBN unknown. Spanish-language edition published as EL CIELO HERIDO, Grijalbo Mondadori S.A. Barcelona, 1997: ISBN 84-253-3172-2.

SO YOU WANT TO BE A WIZARD?, hardcover young adult fantasy novel about the first adventure of two young teenagers learning the dangerous art of magic; Delacorte Press, 1983: ISBN 0-385-29035-4. Mass-market paperback, Laurel-Leaf Books, 1986: ISBN 0-440-98252-9. UK edition: Corgi Books, 1992. Republished by Harcourt Brace/Magic Carpet in the USA, June 1996: ISBN 0-15-201239-7: Magic Carpet digest edition pb (2001), ISBN 0-15-204940-1. Five printings in present edition. Troll Book Club edition, mass market paperback, May 2000. Omnibus edition with DEEP WIZARDRY and HIGH WIZARDRY published as SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL WIZARD by the Science Fiction Book Club: 200,000 copies in print. Japanese editions: (1994) Dragon Books, ISBN 4-8291-4167-0: (2008) Tokyo Sogen-Sha, ISBN-13: 978-4-488-53503-2.

"Parting Gifts" in FLASHING SWORDS! #5, fantasy anthology, ed. Lin Carter, Dell Publishing Co., 1981: ISBN 0-440-12590-1. SF Book Club hardcover, 1982. No ISBN.

THE DOOR INTO FIRE, mass-market paperback fantasy novel, Dell Publishing Co., 1979: ISBN 0-440-11874-3. Two-time John W. Campbell Award nominee. Methuen/Magnet Books, Great Britain, 1981: ISBN 0-417-05850-0. Trade paperback edition, Bluejay Books, 1984: ISBN 0-312-94107-2. Mass market paperback, Tor Books, 1985: ISBN 0-812-53671-1. Mass Market German edition, as DIE TUR INS FEUER: Heyne Verlag, West Germany, 1988, ISBN 3-453-02352-8. UK mass-market edition, Corgi Books, January 1991: ISBN 0-552-13661-1. Omnibus trade paperback edition with THE DOOR INTO SHADOW, May 2001, Meisha Merlin Books.First book i n the "Middle Kingdoms" series.
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SCREEN CREDITS: (newest to oldest)

for TANDEM PRODUCTIONS, Munich, Germany, in cooperation with SyFy (U.S.): THE LOST FUTURE, live-action two-hour event feature: with Bev Doyle & Richard Kurti. Aired November 13, 2010.

for TANDEM PRODUCTIONS, Munich, Germany, in cooperation with TV network Sat1: RING OF THE NIBELUNGS (in Germany: DIE NIBELUNGEN), live-action four-hour miniseries and theatrical feature: January 2001 - July 2003: with Peter Morwood. Aired November 29-30 2004, with subsequent DVD release. Highest ratings of any German TV movie for that year (30+ share); highest ratings for any Sat1 dramatic production in the network's history. Winner of the DIVA Award for best German TV movie of 2004. Theatrical release (in "feature cut") in UK as SWORD OF XANTEN, November-December 2004, with subsequent DVD release; "megafeature" cut aired on UK's Channel 4, December 23, 2005. Miniseries cut to air on Sci- Fi Channel, March 27-28, 2006, as DARK KINGDOM: THE DRAGON KING (with subsequent US DVD release from Sony Entertainment). Also airing 2004-2006 in 90+ other markets worldwide.

for SKY PAINTING PRODUCTIONS, Los Angeles, CA: GAMES, ten-hour historical miniseries: series bible and pilot script: with Peter Morwood. March 2001.

for BKN, Los Angeles, CA: “Arena”, story for THE LOST CONTINENT, script by Peter Morwood. September 2000. Air date unknown.

for FOX CHILDREN’S TELEVISION, Los Angeles CA: “Enter the Hunter!”, script for SPIDER-MAN UNLIMITED, animated series for Marvel Productions / Saban International: with Peter Morwood. Aired spring 2000.

for BARD ENTERTAINMENTS LTD., London UK / Douglas, Isle of Man:  “Not In My Back Yard”, script for SPACE ISLAND ONE, live action SF series coproduced by Sky TV/UK and Seven Network, Australia: aired 1999 in the UK (Sept. 1998, US/Canada, Space Channel).

for TOONS ‘N’ TALES GmbH, Hamburg DE: PATSY AND AUNT B., pilot script for animated children’s series (1998)

series writer, bible and development material, MOBY JR. (1997)

for ABSOLUTELY PRODUCTIONS, London UK: "Sealed With A Kiss", story for episode of LOGGERHEADS, animated comedy series, aired 1997.

for FORECAST PRODUCTIONS (Paris) / BATFILMS (New York): story editor, bible and pilot script, THE SPIRIT, animated series in association with TV2 France. 1996)   

for ELECTRONIC ARTS, London UK: PRIVATEER 2: THE DARKENING, script for interactive film: released October 1996.

For NICKELODEON UK / SCOTTISH TELEVISION, London UK: ACCESS SEVEN, live action young adult "soap", bible, storylines and other development material. (1996)

for WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS, Burbank, California:scripts for GARGOYLES: "Ill Met by Moonlight", "The Hound of Ulster": with Peter Morwood (1994-1995). 1985, script for DUCK TALES: "Dime Enough For Love".

for SETANTA PRODUCTIONS, Ardmore Studios, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland:  Co-story editor, EDDY SUZETTE, 13-episode animated drama series: with Peter Morwood and Scott MacMillan. (1994) Not produced.

for WARNER BROS. ANIMATION, Encino, California:  BATMAN: "The Lion and the Unicorn", with Peter Morwood: 30-minute animated screenplay.(1993)

for BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION, London, England, beginning September 1989:head writ er, SCIENCE CHALLENGE, educational science series, 10 20-minute episodes: through Sept. 1990. Airs as part of BBC Schools Television, included in school TV programs in Belgium, the Netherlands, and New Zealand.

for VIDEO SCHOOL, LTD., London, England, May 1989: "Light", "Water", "Air", scripts for three 30-minute educational videos for young children (ASK OSCAR series), combined live action and animation.ReleasedOctober 1989, to WH Smith, Woolworths, and other major outlets.

for MARVEL PRODUCTIONS, Los Angeles, CA: September 1987 through February 1988: story editor, Commander Video, strip syndicated animated adventure series with multiples, 24 episodes. Not produced.

for PARAMOUNT PICTURES, INC., Los Angeles California, May, 1987: with Michael Reaves: "Where No One Has Gone Before," one-hour teleplay for STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION (first season).

for DIC ENTERPRISES, Encino, CA: story editor, 1986-1987, DINOSAUCERS, strip-syndicated series, animated, 65 episodes, with multiples.  Scripts: "Cape Caper", "Dinosaur Valley", "Dinolympics", "Blind Luck", "The Babysitter", others.

for SUNBOW PRODUCTIONS, NYC NY: scripts, 1985-86: GLOFRIENDS, "The Masterpiece" (1985); TRANSFORMERS, with Len Wein, "Webworld" (1986);   MY LITTLE PONY, "The Great Rainbow Caper" (1986)

for TERCEL INC., Los Angeles:   DRAGONFLIGHT (with Anne McCaffrey): screenplay for feature film, 1985.

for HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTIONS, Universal City, California, 1979-1985: SCOOBY-DOO, "The Hairy Scare of the Devil-Bear", "Bootiful Night"; CAPTAIN CAVEMAN, "Mr. Big", "Blotto", "Have Club, Will Travel" (1979);SPACE GHOST / SPACE STARS, "Prisoners of Space" (1980); FONZ AND THE HAPPY DAYS GANG, "Kelp!", "Fjords and Sorcery", "All This and Timbuktu", "Time For A Change" (1980); LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY IN THE ARMY, "Tokyo-Ho-Ho", "All The President's Girls" (1981); BISKITTS, "Turnaround Hound" (1985)

for FILMATION STUDIOS, Tarzana, California, 1982, 1983:  staff writer: development work for animated series, GREEN SLIDERS.

for UNIVERSAL STUDIOS, Universal City, California, 1980: consultant:  development work for multimedia presentation (Norman Spinrad’s RIDING THE TORCH).


(Note: This bibliography omits various works the details of which cannot be disclosed due to confidentiality agreements.)