2007 photograph of Eric Flint.

Eric Flint (born February 6, 1947) is an American alternate history, fantasy and science-fiction author. His works include short stories and novels, many of them written in collaboration with other writers.

He won the 1993 Writers of the Future contest, and published his first novel in 1997.

Published works

Belisarius series

(with David Drake)

  • An Oblique Approach (1998)
  • In the Heart of Darkness (1998)
  • Destiny's Shield (1999)
  • Fortune's Stroke (2000)
  • The Tide of Victory (2001)
  • The Dance of Time (2006)

Assiti Shards universes

The Assiti Shards universe is a fictional universe invented by Eric Flint. It is a shared universe open to authors of many calibre levels, concerning several alternate history worlds.

The 1632 series

  • 1632 (2000)
  • '1633 (2002) with David Weber
  • Ring of Fire Short story collection
  • 1634: The Galileo Affair (2004) with Andrew Dennis
  • Grantville Gazette I' (2004)
  • Grantville Gazette II (2006)
  • 1634: The Ram Rebellion (2006) with Virginia DeMarce
  • 1634: The Baltic War (2007) with David Weber
  • 1635: The Cannon Law (2006) with Andrew Dennis
  • 1634: The Bavarian Crisis (2007) with Virginia DeMarce
  • Ring of Fire II (2008)

Heirs of Alexandria series

(with Dave Freer and Mercedes Lackey)

  • The Shadow of the Lion (2002)
  • This Rough Magic (2003)
  • A Mankind Witch (2005)

Joe's World series

  • The Philosophical Strangler (2001)
  • Forward the Mage (2002 with Richard Roach)

Rats, Bats and Vats series

  • Rats, Bats and Vats (2000) with Dave Freer
  • The Rats, The Bats and The Ugly (2004) with Dave Freer

Further collaborations

  • Honor Harrington series with David Weber
    • Changer of Worlds (2001, anthology)
    • Crown of Slaves (2003)
  • The Course of Empire (2003 with K.D. Wentworth)
  • Pyramid Scheme (2001 with Dave Freer)
  • The Wizard of Karres (2004 with Freer and Lackey; a sequel to James H. Schmitz's Witches)
  • Boundary (2006 with Ryk E. Spoor)

Solo novels

  • Mother of Demons (1997)

Trail of Glory series

  • 1812: The Rivers of War (2005)
  • 1824: The Arkansas War (2006)

Short fiction

  • In the Honor Harrington Universe
    • "From the Highlands" (2001) with David Weber
    • "Fanatic" (2003) in The Service of the Sword
  • Other stories
  • "The Islands" (2002) in Warmasters
    • "Entropy and the Strangler" (short story, 1993), in Writers of the Future Volume IX
    • "The Thief and the Roller Derby Queen" (short story, 2000), in The Chick is in the Mail
    • "The Truth about the Gotterdammerung" (short story, 2004), in Turn the Other Chick
    • "Carthago Delenda Est" (2001) in Foreign Legions

External links

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