Julie E. Czerneda
A talanted and prolific Canadian author of science fiction,
including the "Web Shifters" and the "Trade Pact" series.
Julie is also an editor,
and active in using Science Fiction in schools.
Her books frequently mix elements of Space Opera with
exotic and sympathetic aliens, emotional entanglements and touches of humor.
Reviews on This Site
Beholder's Eye (Web Shifters: 1), Science Fiction, DAW October 1998: 6
Ties of Power (Trade Pact: 2), Science Fiction, DAW November 1999: 6
Changing Vision (Web Shifters: 2), Science Fiction, DAW August 2000: 6.5
In the Company of Others, Science Fiction, DAW June 2001: 7
To Trade the Stars (Trade Pact: 3), Science Fiction, DAW June 2002: 6.5
Hidden in Sight (Web Shifters: 3), Science Fiction, DAW April 2003: 7
Species Imperative: Survival (Species Imperative: 1), Science Fiction, DAW Books May 2004: 7
Migration (Species Imperative: 2), Science Fiction, DAW Books May 2005: 7.5
Regeneration (Species Imperative: 3), Science Fiction, DAW Books May 2006: 7
Riders of the Storm (Stratification: 2), Science Fiction, DAW Books September 2008: 7.5
The Clan Chronicles
Books featuring humanoid and ESP-gifted humanoid Clan and their relationship with humans.
Chronologically first, but written later series of the early stage of the Clan.
- Reap the Wild Wind
- Riders of the Storm
- Rift in the Sky (forthcoming 2009 from DAW)
Written first, and initially called the Trade Pact Universe,
now is a series within "The Clan Chronicles" universe.
- A Thousand Words for Stranger
- Ties of Power
- To Trade the Stars
Concludes the story of the Clan, Sira and Morgan.
- Reunification 1 (forthcoming)
- Reunification 2 (forthcoming)
- Reunification 3 (forthcoming)
A Science Fiction series about Esen, a young (relatively speaking)
member of a secretive shape-shifting race in a multi-species interstellar
- Beholder's Eye
- Changing Vision
- Hidden in Sight
- Search Image (forthcoming in hardcover)
Interstellar suspense with a conflict between species driven by their biology,
full of friendship, humor, wonder, mystery, terror, and even romance.
In the Company of Others,
the winner of the 2002 Prix Aurora Award
Turn of Light: Julie's first Fantasy novel (forthcoming)
The Gossamer Mage: Fantasy novel (forthcoming)
Lots of pictures from
the World Science Fiction convention in Toronto.
Lots of pictures of Julie and her friends, particularly:
Julie at the Hugos
Julie with the Golden Duck and the Newsgroupies
Julie with the Golden Duck and Isaac Szpindel
January 25, 2003
Here are pictures taken at Vericon 2003,
a small Science Fiction convention held on January 24-26, 2003
at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusets,
The pictures include Julie (of course), Lady J and Draconis,
Patricia Wrede and Catherine Asaro.
Toronto Trek 15 (July 2001)
Pictures and captions by Nicole.
Lots of folks including Julie holding In the Company of Others.
Picture from Saturday night in 10 forward before the make it
Left to right Me Annetter Oostveen John Mierau and someone who I can't remember.
Group picture in the hotel on Sunday.
Left to right back row John Mireau, Julie, Dan Zoltnikov, Lara, Ruth
Front row Me, Roger and Kevin Scharf.
Group shot from the breakfast Saturday morning. Feel free to name yourselves.
PS. Breakfast? Going around the table clockwise from left: Miranda, Josh,
Annette O., That Julie Person, Ruth, Les (really, he's hiding, Peter, and
Amanda. John? You in there? My ladies have left by now I think. And Kevin is
taking the photo? Or did we waylay someone?
Julie Czerneda with a book
Julie, Ed Starr
Julie E. Czerneda's
Includes the author's biography, bibliography, upcoming events and works.
The fanzine dedicated to the newsgroup of Julie E. Czerneda.
Maintained by J. Chase (J'sBF) with the help of Ruth Stuart, Lady of the Code.
Annette is a children's author, and a frequent poster to Julie's newsgroup.
Discussion of Julie's works and related matters, with frequent postings by the author.
Rogue's Gallery: pictures of the newsgroup contributors.
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