Jean Lorrah has been a professional (paid) author for many years. Most of her works are currently out of print. See the Now Available page for what you can get at the moment. See the Latest News page for works published within the past year and those upcoming in the future. Go here for a good place to find out-of-print books.

The Nessie's Grotto Books

Series created by Lois June Wickstrom and Jean Lorrah

Nessie and the Living Stone, Crossroads Publishers, 2000 Winner, Independent E-book Award for Best Children's Book
Nessie and the Viking Gold, in press.
Nessie and the Celtic Maze, in process.

The Savage Empire Books

Series created by Jean Lorrah

Savage Empire, Playboy Paperbacks, 1981
Dragon Lord of the Savage Empire, Playboy Paperbacks, 1982
Captives of the Savage Empire, Playboy Paperbacks, Berkley, 1984
Flight to the Savage Empire (with Winston Howlett), Signet, 1986
Sorcerers of the Frozen Isles, Signet, 1986
Wulfston's Odyssey (with Winston Howlett), Signet, 1987
Empress Unborn, Signet, 1988

The Sime~Gen Books

Series created by Jacqueline Lichtenberg

First Channel (with Jacqueline Lichtenberg), Doubleday hardcover 1980, Playboy Paperbacks 1981.
Channel's Destiny (with Jacqueline Lichtenberg), Doubleday hardcover 1982, DAW Books 1983
Ambrov Keon, DAW Books, 1986
Zelerod's Doom (with Jacqueline Lichtenberg), DAW Books, 1986

The Star Trek Books

Series created by Gene Roddenberry

Classic Trek

The Vulcan Academy Murders, Pocket Books, 1984
The IDIC Epidemic, Pocket Books, 1988

Next Generation

Survivors, Pocket Books, 1989
Metamorphosis, Pocket Books, 1990


"March 5, 1980," Pandora #7, 1981

Short Stories

"Human Voices," Dragon Magazine, January, 1992: 91-93. (Reprinted on CD-ROM, 1999)
"The Beholder," Realms of Fantasy, October, 1994
"Reflection of a Dream," Read a Good Story, Do a Good Deed program on the Internet, August-October, 2000.
"Change of Command," Read a Good Story, Do a Good Deed program on the Internet, November, 2000.
"The Rooster Under the Table" (with Lois Wickstrom), Read a Good Story, Do a Good Deed program on the Internet, beginning November, 2000.

Scholarly Articles

"The Shamanistic Vision in Fantastic Poetry," in The Scope of the Fantastic, Vol. I, ed. Marshall B. Tymn and James T. Sabin. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985.

"Dracula Meets the New Woman," in The Blood is the Life: Vampires in Literature, ed. Mary Ferguson Pharr. Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH: Popular Press, 1999.

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