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Miller, Steve

Entry updated 26 October 2021. Tagged: Author.

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(1950-    ) US author who began publishing work of genre interest with "Shalgiel" for Flux Magazine in 1976, one of his few solo works, as he soon began collaborating with Sharon Lee with "The Naming of Kinzel: The Foolish" (June 1984 Fantasy Book); all his novels have been with Lee, primarily the Liaden Universe sequence of Space Opera tales, set in expansive (though not adventurously described) interstellar venues. The first two titles, Agent of Change (1988) and Carpe Diem (1989), are closely linked adventure tales featuring an interstellar agent on the loose; the heroine of Conflict of Honors (1988) is a starship crewperson who undergoes various travails in her quest to become a pilot. As the series progresses, its depiction of the interrelations between the Liaden and Terran civilizations becomes more and more focused on patterns of behaviour through the prism of romance: marriages, contemplated and actual, are not infrequent. The authors' other series [for details see Checklist] mix sf and fantasy, weighted toward the latter. [JC]

Steven R Miller

born Baltimore, Maryland: 31 July 1950

works

series

Liaden Universe

Liaden Universe Adventures

  • Two Tales of Korval (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 1995) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Jean Ann Pollard]
  • Fellow Travelers (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 1998) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Jael]
  • Duty Bound (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 1999) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Steve Miller]
  • Certain Symmetry (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2000) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/]
  • Trading in Futures (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2001) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Kirsten Edwards]
  • Changeling (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2001) with Sharon Lee [chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Kirsten Edwards]
  • Loose Cannon (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2001) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/]
  • Shadows and Shades (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2002) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/]
  • Quiet Knives (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2003) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Rich Horn]
  • With Stars Underfoot (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2004) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Thomas Peters]
  • Necessary Evils (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2005) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Thomas Peters]
  • Allies (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2006) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Elan Neruda]
  • Dragon Tide (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2007) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Jupiter Media]
  • Eidolon (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2008) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Jupiter Media]
  • Misfits (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2008) with Sharon Lee [chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Paul Davies]
  • Halfling Moon (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2009) with Sharon Lee [coll: chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/Bill Wright]
  • Skyblaze (Waterville, Maine: SRM Publisher, 2011) with Sharon Lee [chap: Liaden Universe Adventures: pb/JupiterImages]

Liaden Universe Constellation

Master Thief Gem

  • The Tomorrow Log (Decatur, Georgia: Meisha Merlin, 2003) with Sharon Lee [Master Thief Gem: pb/Christian McGrath]

Great Migration Duology

The Fey Duology

  • Duainfey (New York: Baen Books, 2008) with Sharon Lee [The Fey Duology: hb/Tom Kidd]
  • Longeye (New York: Baen Books, 2009) with Sharon Lee [The Fey Duology: hb/Tom Kidd]

Theo Waitley

individual titles, including stories

works as editor

  • Low Port (Decatur, Georgia: Meisha Merlin, 2003) with Sharon Lee [anth: pb/Christian McGrath]

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