About Django

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Django Wexler is the author of flintlock fantasy series The Shadow Campaigns, middle grade fantasy The Forbidden Library, and YA fantasy The Wells of Sorcery.  His latest is epic fantasy Ashes of the Sun.  In his former life as a software engineer, he worked on AI research and programming languages.  He currently lives near Seattle with his wife, two cats, and a teetering mountain of books.  When not writing, he wrangles computers, paints tiny soldiers, and plays games of all sorts.

 

 

 


Bibliography

Novels

Memories of Empire (Medallion Press, 2005)
Shinigami (Medallion Press, 2006)

The Shadow Campaigns
The Thousand Names (Roc, 2013)
The Shadow Throne (Roc, 2014)
The Price of Valor (Roc, 2015)
The Guns of Empire (Roc, 2016)
The Infernal Battalion (Roc, 2017)

The Forbidden Library
The Forbidden Library (Kathy Dawson Books, 2014)
The Mad Apprentice (Kathy Dawson Books, 2015)
The Palace of Glass (Kathy Dawson Books, 2016)
The Fall of the Readers (Kathy Dawson Books, 2017)

The Wells of Sorcery
Ship of Smoke and Steel (Tor Teen, 2019)
City of Stone and Silence (Tor Teen, 2020)

Burningblade & Silvereye
Ashes of the Sun (Orbit, 2020)

Magic: The Gathering Fiction
The Gathering Storm (WotC, 2019) (Ravnica)
Sundered Bond (WotC, 2020) (Ikoria)

Short Stories

“The Penitent Damned” (Amazon, 2013) (The Shadow Campaigns)
“The End of the War” (Asimov’s, June 2015)
“The Guns of the Wastes” (Operation Arcana, Baen, 2015)
“REAL” (Press Start to Play, Vintage, 2015)
“Magic Beans” (Coffee: Hot, Circlet, 2015) (Unfettered II, Grim Oak, 2016)
“The First Kill” (Blackguards, Ragnarok, 2015) (The Shadow Campaigns)
“Last of the Red Riders” (Hath No Fury, Outland, 2018)
“Amara Kel’s Rules For TIE Pilot Survival (Probably)” (FACPOV: The Empire Strikes Back, Del Rey, 2020)
“Rox’d” (Quick Draw!, Platinum Spork, 2020)
“Plan Z” (Silk & Steel, Cantina, 2020)

Novellas

The Shadow of Elysium (Roc, 2015) (The Shadow Campaigns)
John Golden, Freelance Debugger (Ragnarok, 2014) (Amazon, 2017)
John Golden and the Heroes of Mazaroth (Ragnarok, 2014) (Amazon, 2017)