S. P. Somtow

S. P. Somtow

S. P. Somtow (born 1952) is a Thai and American musical composer. He is also a science fiction, fantasy, and horror author writing in English. Somtow has both Thai and American citizenship.

As a science fiction writer, he is known for several series, among which are Mallworld, Inquestor, and Aquila. He was first published as Somtow Sucharitkul in the late 1970s in the pages of Asimov's and Analog science fiction magazines, and wrote several stories and novels under that name before changing his byline to S. P. Somtow for personal reasons.

Links

S. P. Somtow. Wikipedia.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee March 13, 2010
Book Covers
Vampire Junction (Vampire Junction #1)
The Fallen Country
The Shattered Horse
Forgetting Places
Aquila and the Iron Horse (The Aquiliad #2)
Aquila and the Sphinx (The Aquiliad #3)
Moon Dance
Riverrun (Riverrun #1)
Valentine (Vampire Junction #2)
Forest of the Night (Riverrun #2)
I Wake from a Dream of a Drowned City
The Wizard's Apprentice
Jasmine Nights
Vanitas (Vampire Junction #3)
Yestern
The Pavilion of Frozen Women
The Riverrun Trilogy
Darker Angels
The Vampire's Beautiful Daughter
Temple of Night
Dragon's Fin Soup and Other Modern Siamese Fables
Tagging the Moon: Fairy Tales from L.A.
The Ultimate Mallworld
Do Comets Dream?

Speculative Fiction Novels (21)

(Star Trek: The Next Generation)
2003 | science fiction > space opera

2000 | fantasy, horror, short stories
(Mallworld)
2000 | science fiction, short stories
(The Crow)
1999 | fantasy

1999 | fantasy, short stories

1997 | horror

1997 | fantasy, young adult
(Riverrun)
1996 | fantasy
(Vampire Junction #3)
1995 | horror
(Riverrun)
1995 | fantasy

1995 | fantasy, horror, short stories

1993 | fantasy, young adult
(Vampire Junction #2)
1992 | horror
(Riverrun #2)
1992 | fantasy
(Riverrun #1)
1991 | fantasy

1989 | horror
(The Aquiliad #3)
1988 | science fiction
(The Aquiliad #2)
1988 | science fiction

1986 | fantasy, young adult

1986 | fantasy
(Vampire Junction #1)
1984 | horror

Others non-spefi books (3)


1994 | mainstream

1992

1987 | mainstream