Jonathan Carroll

Jonathan Carroll

Jonathan Carroll was born in 1949 in New York City. He graduated from university in 1971 and got married in the same year. He moved to Vienna, Austria a few years later and began teaching. His first novel was The Land of Laughs (1980).

Carroll's short story, ”Friend's Best Man”, won a World Fantasy Award. Carroll's work has been short-listed for that award, the Hugo, and the British Fantasy Award, which he won for the novel Outside the Dog Museum. His collection of short-stories, The Panic Hand, won the Bram Stoker Award in 1995 for Best Collection.


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Edited: Thialfi August 19, 2008
Book Covers
The Land of Laughs7.76
Voice of Our Shadow
Bones of the Moon (The Rondua trilogy #1)
Sleeping in Flame (The Rondua trilogy #2)
A Child Across the Sky (The Rondua trilogy #3)
Black Cocktail
Outside the Dog Museum
After Silence
From the Teeth of Angels
The Panic Hand
Kissing the Beehive (The Crane's View trilogy #1)
The Marriage of Sticks (The Crane's View trilogy #2)
The Heidelberg Cylinder
The Wooden Sea (The Crane's View trilogy #3)
White Apples (The White Apples trilogy #1)6.16
Glass Soup (The White Apples trilogy #2)
The Ghost in Love (The White Apples trilogy #3)
The Woman Who Married a Cloud
Bathing the Lion
Teaching the Dog to Read

Speculative Fiction Novels (18)

2014 | science fiction

2012 | fantasy, short stories
(The White Apples trilogy #3)
2008 | fantasy
(The White Apples trilogy #2)
2005 | fantasy
(The White Apples trilogy #1)
2002 | fantasy
(The Crane's View trilogy #3)
2001 | fantasy

2000 | fantasy
(The Crane's View trilogy #2)
1998 | fantasy
(The Crane's View trilogy #1)
1998 | fantasy

1995 | fantasy, short stories

1994 | fantasy

1991 | fantasy

1990 | fantasy
(The Rondua trilogy #3)
1989 | fantasy
(The Rondua trilogy #2)
1988 | fantasy
(The Rondua trilogy #1)
1987 | fantasy

1983 | fantasy

1980 | fantasy

Others non-spefi books (2)

2014 | mainstream, magical realism

1992 | mainstream