Samuel R. Delany

Samuel R. Delany

Samuel Ray Delany, Jr. (born 1942) is an American science fiction author.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee May 10, 2009
Book Covers
The Jewels of Aptor
Captives of the Flame (The Fall of the Towers #1)
The Towers of Toron (The Fall of the Towers #2)
City of a Thousand Suns (The Fall of the Towers #3)
The Ballad of Beta-2
Empire Star
Babel-176.60
The Einstein Intersection
Nova6.36
The Fall of the Towers
Driftglass
The Tides of Lust
Dhalgren
Triton
Empire
Tales of Nevèrÿon (Return to Nevèrÿon #1)
Distant Stars
Neveryóna (Return to Nevèrÿon #2)
Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand
Flight from Nevèrÿon (Return to Nevèrÿon #3)
The Complete Nebula Award-Winning Fiction
The Bridge of Lost Desire (Return to Nevèrÿon #4)
They Fly at Çiron
Driftglass / Starshards
The Mad Man
Hogg
Atlantis: Three Tales
Aye, and Gomorrah, and Other Stories
Phallos
Dark Reflections
Through the Valley of the Nest of Spiders
The Atheist in the Attic

Speculative Fiction Novels (28)


2018 | science fiction, short stories

2012 | science fiction, mainstream

2004 | fantasy, mainstream

2003 | science fiction, short stories

1993 | science fiction

1993 | science fiction, short stories
(Return to Nevèrÿon #4)
1987 | fantasy, short stories

1986 | science fiction, short stories
(Return to Nevèrÿon #3)
1985 | fantasy, short stories

1984 | science fiction
(Return to Nevèrÿon #2)
1983 | fantasy

1981 | science fiction, short stories
(Return to Nevèrÿon #1)
1979 | fantasy, short stories

1978 | science fiction

1976 | science fiction

1975 | science fiction

1973 | science fiction

1971 | science fiction, short stories
(The Fall of the Towers)
1970 | science fiction, collection

1968 | science fiction > space opera

1967 | science fiction

1966 | science fiction

1966 | science fiction
(The Fall of the Towers #3)
1965 | science fiction

1965 | science fiction
(The Fall of the Towers #2)
1964 | science fiction
(The Fall of the Towers #1)
1963 | science fiction

1962 | science fiction

Others non-spefi books (4)


2007 | mainstream

1995 | mainstream

1995 | mainstream, short stories

1994 | mainstream