Paul Di Filippo

Paul Di Filippo

Paul Di Filippo (born 1954) is an American science fiction writer. He is known for being a prolific writer in a wide range of sub-genres, including steampunk and cyberpunk, and for his gonzo writing style.

Paul Di Filippo has written mystery novels with Michael Bishop under the joint pseudonym Philip Lawson.

Links

Paul Di Filippo's Official Website.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee May 09, 2009
Books by Paul Di Filippo
The Steampunk Trilogy
Ribofunk
Destroy All Brains!
Ciphers: A Post-Shannon Rock 'N' Roll Mystery
Fractal Paisleys
Lost Pages
Joe's Liver
Strange Trades
A Mouthful of Tongues: Her Totipotent Tropicanalia
A Year in the Linear City
Little Doors
Babylon Sisters and Other Posthumans
Fuzzy Dice
Spondulix: A Romance of Hoboken
Harp, Pipe, and Symphony
Neutrino Drag
The Emperor of Gondwanaland and Other Stories
Shuteye for the Timebroker
Plumage from Pegasus
Creature from the Black Lagoon: Time's Black Lagoon
Cosmocopia
Harsh Oases
Roadside Bodhisattva
A Princess of the Linear Jungle
Wikiworld
The Horror at Gancio Rosso
The Summer Thieves7.34
Worldshifter

Speculative Fiction Novels (26)

(Quinary #1)
2021 | science fiction > space opera

2021 | science fiction > space opera

2015 | horror

2013 | science fiction, short stories

2011 | science fiction

2009 | science fiction, short stories

2008 | science fiction

2006 | science fiction, fantasy, short stories

2006 | science fiction, short stories

2006 | science fiction, horror

2005 | science fiction, short stories

2004 | science fiction

2004 | fantasy

2004 | science fiction, short stories

2003 | science fiction

2002 | science fiction

2002 | science fiction

2002 | science fiction, short stories

2002 | science fiction, short stories

2001 | science fiction, short stories

1998 | science fiction, short stories

1997 | science fiction

1997 | science fiction, short stories

1996 | science fiction, short stories

1996 | science fiction, short stories

1995 | science fiction, short stories

Others non-spefi books (2)


2010 | mainstream

2000 | mainstream