Brian Earnshaw

Brian Earnshaw

Brian Earnshaw (born 1929) is a British author, known for his Dragonfall 5 series, illustrated by Simon Stern.

Earnshaw was born in Wrexham, Wales, and attended St John's College, Cambridge, where he studied history. He then spent a number of years as a secondary school teacher in different locations in the UK. He spent a long time as a lecturer in English Literature at St Paul's College, Cheltenham (a teacher training college with Bristol university qualifications). After retiring, he moved to Bristol, where he still lives, and worked with Timothy Mowl on a range of books on British architectural and garden history. These sometimes appear with Earnshaw as Mowl's co-author, and sometimes with him in Mowl's acknowledgement as a researcher. He has a great love of botany and travel, and has made extensive trips around Europe and elsewhere studying flowers, architecture, gardens and history.

Links

Brian Earnshaw. Wikipedia.


Edited by Seregil of Rhiminee December 26, 2011
Book Covers
And the Mistress Pursuing
Planet in the Eye of Time
Dragonfall 5 and the Royal Beast4.00
Dragonfall 5 and the Space Cowboys4.50
Dragonfall 5 and the Master Mind6.00
Dragonfall 5 and the Empty Planet4.50
Dragonfall 5 and the Super Horse
Dragonfall 5 and the Hijackers
Dragonfall 5 and the Haunted World
Starclipper and the Song Wars (Star Jam Pack #1)
Starclipper on the Snowstone (Star Jam Pack #2)
The Rock Dog Gang
Starclipper and the Galactic Final (Star Jam Pack #3)
Planet of the Jumping Bears

Speculative Fiction Novels (13)


1990 | science fiction, childrens
(Star Jam Pack #3)
1987 | science fiction, childrens
(Star Jam Pack #2)
1986 | science fiction, childrens
(Star Jam Pack #1)
1985 | science fiction, childrens
(Dragonfall 5)
1979 | science fiction, childrens
(Dragonfall 5)
1979 | science fiction, childrens
(Dragonfall 5)
1977 | science fiction, childrens
(Dragonfall 5)
1976 | science fiction, childrens
(Dragonfall 5)
1975 | science fiction, childrens
(Dragonfall 5)
1972 | science fiction, childrens
(Dragonfall 5)
1972 | science fiction, childrens

1968 | science fiction

1966 | science fiction

Others non-spefi books (1)


1987