Keith R. A. DeCandido

Keith R. A. DeCandido

Keith Robert Andreassi DeCandido (born 1969) is an American science fiction and fantasy writer.

While Keith R. A. DeCandido is best known for his Star Trek fiction, he has written tie-ins for other popular science fiction and fantasy series as well, such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Andromeda and Farscape, as well as comic books (Spider-Man) and videogames (World of Warcraft, Starcraft, Command & Conquer). He has also edited various anthologies, including OtherWere, Urban Nightmares, Imaginings, the Doctor Who collection Short Trips: The Quality of Leadership, and the Star Trek anthologies New Frontier: No Limits, Tales of the Dominion War, and Tales from the Captain's Table.

Keith R. A. DeCandido also contributes to the popular-culture podcast The Chronic Rift.

Updated January 1, 2024




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Series by Keith R. A. DeCandido

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (47 books)
Spider-Man (11 books)
Farscape (3 books)
Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda (6 books)
Supernatural (15 books)
Resident Evil (11 books)

Speculative Fiction Books

(The Abyssal Plague)
2011 | fantasy
(Supernatural)
2010 | fantasy
(Star Trek: Destiny)
2009 | science fiction, space opera
(Supernatural)
2008 | fantasy
(Star Trek: Myriad Universes)
2008 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon)
2008 | science fiction, space opera
(Supernatural)
2007 | fantasy
(Star Trek: The Next Generation)
2007 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Trek: Mirror Universe)
2007 | science fiction, space opera
(Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
2007 | fantasy, young adult
(Resident Evil)
2007 | science fiction, horror
2007 | science fiction
(Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
2007 | science fiction
(StarCraft: Ghost)
2006 | science fiction
(Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
2006 | fantasy, young adult
(WarCraft: World of WarCraft)
2006 | fantasy
(Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #3 / 3)
2005 | science fiction
(Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon #3 / 3)
2005 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Trek: The Next Generation)
2005 | science fiction, space opera
(Spider-Man)
2005 | science fiction
2005 | science fiction
(Star Trek: The Next Generation: A Time to... #9 / 9)
2004 | science fiction
(Resident Evil)
2004 | science fiction, horror
(Resident Evil)
2004 | science fiction, horror
2004 | fantasy
(Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon #2 / 3)
2003 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon #1 / 3)
2003 | science fiction, space opera
(Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda #1 / 6)
2003 | science fiction
(Star Trek: The Lost Era)
2003 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Trek: Gateways #7 / 7)
2002 | science fiction
(Star Trek Crossovers)
2002 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Trek Crossovers)
2002 | science fiction, space opera
2002 | horror
(Farscape #2 / 3)
2001 | science fiction, space opera
(Star Trek: The Next Generation (numbered novels) #61 / 63)
2001 | science fiction
(Star Trek: Gateways #4 / 7)
2001 | science fiction
(Young Hercules #3 / 3)
1999 | fantasy
(Young Hercules #2 / 3)
1999 | fantasy
(Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
1999 | fantasy, young adult
(Spider-Man)
1998 | science fiction

Comics and Anthology

(Star Trek: S.C.E. #13 / 13)
2010 | science fiction, space opera, anthology
(Doctor Who: Short Trips #24 / 28)
2008 | science fiction, anthology
(Star Trek: S.C.E. #11 / 13)
2008 | science fiction, space opera, anthology
(Star Trek: S.C.E. #7 / 13)
2005 | science fiction, space opera, anthology
(Star Trek: S.C.E. #6 / 13)
2004 | science fiction, space opera, anthology
(Star Trek: S.C.E. #3 / 13)
2003 | science fiction, space opera, anthology
(Star Trek: S.C.E. #2 / 13)
2002 | science fiction, space opera, anthology
(Star Trek: S.C.E. #1 / 13)
2002 | science fiction, space opera, anthology