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         De Lint Charles:     more books (100)
  1. The Very Best of Charles de Lint by Charles de Lint, 2010-07-15
  2. Forests of the Heart by Charles de Lint, 2001-08-11
  3. The Painted Boy by Charles de Lint, 2010-11-11
  4. Medicine Road by Charles de Lint, 2009-06-15
  5. Muse and Reverie by Charles de Lint, 2010-11-09
  6. Greenmantle by Charles de Lint, 1998-06-15
  7. Spiritwalk (Newford) by Charles de Lint, 1993-06-15
  8. Mulengro by Charles de Lint, 2003-12-01
  9. Trader by Charles de Lint, 2005-03-01
  10. Widdershins (Newford) by Charles de Lint, 2007-06-12
  11. Wolf Moon by Charles de Lint, 2004-01-19
  12. The Mystery of Grace by Charles de Lint, 2010-03-02
  13. Dingo by Charles de Lint, 2008-03-13
  14. Moonlight & Vines (Newford) by Charles de Lint, 2005-12-27

1. Charles De Lint And MaryAnn Harris—Brief Biographies
Charles de Lint A brief Biography Charles de Lint is a Celtic folk musician, folklore scholar, book reviewer, and visual artist but he is best known as
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"A master storyteller, [Charles de Lint] blends Celtic, Native American, and other cultures into a seamless mythology that resonates with magic and truth"
Charles de Lint
writer, musician, and artist
Ontario, Canada MaryAnn Harris
artist, musician, and editor,
Ontario, Canada
Charles de Lint Memory and Dream Trader Someplace to Be Flying Forests of the Heart , and The Onion Girl ; the Newford story collections are Dreams Underfoot The Ivory and the Horn , and Moonlight and Vines . Other books include Moonheart Spiritwalk The Little Country Svaha ... The Wild Wood (with artist Brian Froud ), and Seven Wild Sisters (with artist Charles Vess ). Though published under a "fantasy" label, Charles and Terri Windling have come up with the term "mythic fiction" to more properly describe books such as these, which fall in the Interstitial realm between fantasy literature, and mainstream fiction with a magical realist bent.
Charles was born in the Netherlands (of Dutch, Spanish and Japanese heritage), then emigrated to Canada while still an infant. Due to his father's job as a surveyor, the family lived in a number of towns in Canada and spent three years in Turkey and Lebanon. Charles had originally intended to become a full-time musician; storytelling was something he did for his own pleasure. Friends encouraged him to send out his tales, and after selling a few of these and, eventually, a novel, he began to realize that writing was his true calling (although he still plays music). His wife of many years

2. - Search For: De Lint Charles, Jack The Giant Killer
De Lint, Charles. Jack, the GiantKiller. Publisher Ace de lint charles,Jack, The Giant-Killer, (Paperback,) Ace, 1st, 1990. Good Condition Lint Charles&title=Jack

3. Ecrivain - De Lint Charles
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4. "Bibliographie De De Lint Charles"
de lint charles, LISTE DES OUVRAGES ECRITS PAR de lint charles HENRIDIEDERICK HOEFSMIT (Canada, 1951 ) Pseudonyme utilisé Samuel
Pseudonyme utilisé : Samuel M.Key
Récompenses et prix littéraires de Science-fiction décernés à Charles De Lint :
  • Aurora Award : en 1988 Homer Award : en 1991
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Mise à jour : 29/07/2002.

5. De Lint Charles (1951 - )
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6. DE LINT Charles
Translate this page Accueil Biblios D Retour de lint charles Charles De Lint Canada(Bussum (Pays Bas) 1951 - ) Musicien de folk, écrivain de Fantasy, de
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    Canada (Bussum (Pays Bas) 1951 - )
  • Mulengro : conte gitan (1985, Mulengro : a romany tale)
  • Symphonie macabre (1990, Angel of darkness)
  • Les murmures de la nuit (1992, From a whisper to a scream)
  • (1989, Timeskip)
  • Nous sommes morts ensemble (1991, We are dead together)
      in De sang et d'encre , Ed. Naturellement, Coll. "Fictions", 1999
  • L'invocateur (1992, The conjure man)
  • La galerie de perroquets d'Oncle Dobbin (1992, Uncle Dobbin's parrots fair)
  • (1993, Dream harder, dream true)
      in Ainsi soit l'ange
  • La Lune se noie quand je m'endors (1993, The moon is drowning while I sleep)
  • La Lune se noie tandis que je dors (1993, The moon is drowning while I sleep)
      in Blanche neige, rouge sang
  • (1994, In the soul of a woman)
      in Eros vampire , Albin Michel, 1998 in Eros vampire
  • Le paradis des livres de monsieur Truepenny (1995, Mr. Truepenny's Book Emporium and Gallery)
  • Oiseaux (1996, Birds)
  • Granny Weather (2000, Granny Weather)
  • (?, In the quiet after midnight)
  • Le tambour de pierre (?, The stone drum)

7. Charles De Lint
Michael Rawdon reviews the books, "Mulengro A Romany Tale," "Trader," and "Fore Category Arts Literature Fantasy Authors D de Lint, Charles......Charles de Lint. Charles de Lint has his own home page. Click on a Thisis the third Charles de Lint novel I've read. If Mulengro was
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Mulengro: A Romany Tale
Reviewed June 2000 I read a couple of Charles de Lint's books prior to attending WisCon 24 last month, at which he was guest of honor. As a rule, I am not much of a fan of high fantasy or traditional fantasy elements such as faeries, so when rifling through a friend's collection of de Lint's books, I ended up picking the two which seemed least to have such elements. (It seems most of de Lint's books are modern or "urban" fantasy, which I guess makes him more akin to Tim Powers Mulengro is more properly a horror story than a fantasy tale, in any event: It involves the gypsy communities around Ottawa, Canada, who are being stalked by something superhuman, which seeks to purge the gypsies of those who are marhime , who have strayed too far from the gypsy ways. Most gypsies allow those who are marhime to spend time apart from the community as punishment until they are eventually let back in, but this man - dubbed "Mulengro" for his relationship with dead spirits - believes he's on a mission from God to eliminate them. Janfri Yayal is a young gypsy who has made money making records of his fiddle playing and whose house is burned down by Mulengro as the story begins. He is informed by an old magic woman that he will play a crucial role in the fight against Mulengro, as will a younger magic woman, Ola, who writes books with an anglo friend of hers about certain lore she knows. Also thrown into the mix are a pair of Ottawa policemen, Ola's friend Jeff and his friend Jackie, Janfri's brother in spirit Yojo, and an unreconstructed sixties hippie named Zach.

8. Charles De Lint Charles De Lint Message Board
Return to Charles de Lint main page BooksMessage Board - Charles deLint. Charles de Lint. Click here to post a message. The commentator

9. Forests Of The Heart By Charles De Lint
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10. Charles De Lint
Charles de Lint. Seven Wild Sisters,. Due in April 2002!!!!! Go Forward to Next AuthorJude Deveraux; A series of discussions; Charles de Lint's Personal Webpage!
Charles de Lint
Seven Wild Sisters
Due in April 2002!!!!!
Road to Lisdoonvara
The Onion Girl
Forests of the Heart
Sample chapter

Triskell Tales Angel of Darkness (novel)
[as Samuel M. Key From A Whisper to a Scream (novel)
[as Samuel M. Key I'll Be Watching You (novel)
[as Samuel M. Key The Riddle of the Wren (novel) The Harp of the Grey Rose (novel) Mulengro: A Romany Tale (novel) Yarrow: An Autumn Tale (novel) Greenmantle (novel) Wolf Moon (novel) SVaHa (novel) The Valley of Thunder
(Philip Jose Farmer's The Dungeon , Vol. 3; novel) The Hidden City
(Philip Jose Farmer's The Dungeon , Vol. 5; novel) The Little Country (novel) Hedgework and Guessery Author's Choice Monthly #22 (collection) Into the Green (novel) Brian Froud's Faerielands : The Wild Wood (novel)
MoonHeart: A Romance (novel) Jack Of Kinrowan (omnibus)

11. Challenging Destiny
Charles de Lint. Crystalline Sphere Challenging Destiny Reviews Reviews of Books. Moonlightand Vines, 1999. Interview. Interview with Charles de Lint. Web Site.
Challenging Destiny
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12. - Charles De Lint
Charles de Lint, About Author. This author has been recommended by 41other readers. Edit Author. Books, 29 books listed. Jack of Kinrowen.

13. Charles De Lint
Charles De Lint. Sorry, but your browser does not have the necessary plugin toplay the midi. By Jenn Ingram. Charles De Lint's. Biography.
Charles De Lint Sorry, but your browser does not have the necessary plug-in to play the midi. If you enjoy taking a walk through a crowded city park, hoping you'll see a fairy, then a book by Charles De Lint is most definitely the kind of book you'd enjoy. Charles De Lint's Biography Charles De Lint's List of Novels Back to the Hallway Back to the Map ... Back to Text List By: Jenn Ingram Charles De Lint's Biography Charles De Lint was born in Bussum, located in the Netherlands on December 22, 1951. His family emigrated to Canada that same year. He has lived in a number of places due to his father's job. First it was Britannia, then Western Canada, then Aylmer, Quebec, then Turkey and Lebanon. In later years, his father traveled alone and the rest of the family stayed in Lucerne. Today however, his reading tastes mainly include: Basil Johnston, Stephen King, Jeanette Winterson, Harlan Ellison, Barbara Kingsolver, Patricia McKillip, Andrew Vachss, Parke Godwin and any other author that pens of good book. When he was younger, he had never considered being a writer. Instead his lean was towards being a musician, who played Celtic music. For fourteen years after high school, that's exactly what he did. He worked in a record store during the day and played music on the weekends.

14. Charles De Lint Fan List
These are the users who have charles de lint listed as one of their favourites(125 members have charles de lint listed, and the 150 most recently updated de Lint

15. Charles De Lint, Fantasy Writer
World Fantasy Award 2000 de lint, charles, The Fair at Emain Macha, Into the Green, The Little Country, Svaha, TOR, New York, 1989. Original Short Fiction Collections of Short Fiction de lint, charles,
Charles de Lint
World Fantasy Award 2000
de Lint, Charles,
The Fair at Emain Macha,
Into the Green,
The Little Country,
TOR, New York, 1989. ISBN: 0-812-53409-3
Original Short Fiction
de Lint, Charles,
Apprentice Fantastic

Black Cats and Broken Mirrors

Black Heart, Ivory Bones

Liavek Luck
... The Ultimate Frankenstein
Collections of Short Fiction
de Lint, Charles, Dreams Underfoot : The Newford Collection, TOR, New York, 1993. ISBN: 0-312-85205-3 Moonlight and Vines TOR, New York, 1999. ISBN: 0-812-56549-5 World Fantasy Award
Sources of Biographical and Bibliographical Information
Charles de Lint: Contemporary Fantasist, in Locus, #362, March, 1991. (interview) Schimel, Lawrence, An Interview with Charles de Lint, in #32, Summer, 1996. (interview)

16. NLC - Reading Of Charles De Lint
Lectures, Photo Beth Gwinn, charles de lint. September 20, 1994. WORKS BY charlesde lint. Novels. The Riddle of the Wren. New York Ace Books, 1984. 295 p. description Provides the author's biography and bibliography.Category Arts Literature Fantasy Authors D de lint, charles


Photo: Beth Gwinn
Charles de Lint
September 20, 1994
A musician and writer who was born as a Canadian citizen in the Netherlands, Charles de Lint established himself as a prolific writer of fantasy during the 1980s. More recently, he has also been a significant and original contributor to the subgenre of contemporary fantasy. A prolific writer, he is as comfortable with the short story as he is with the novelet, novella and novel. Since 1979, Charles de Lint has been the publisher and editor of Triskell Press in Ottawa, which has published numerous chapbooks in his Cerin Songweaver tales. In 1984, de Lint received the William L. Crawford Award for Best New Fantasy Author presented annually by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, and, in 1988, the Casper Award for Best Work in English for his highly successful novel Jack, the Giant Killer . Since 1970, de Lint has also been active as a musician first in Wickentree, a Celtic band, and currently with another Celtic group, Jump at the Sun. "In his most successful novels, he has succeeded in fusing the kingdoms of Faery with modern Canadian landscapes, producing a variety of urban fantasy, which can be very satisfying to those who reject the notion that all such stories require a greenwood setting. And yet de Lint's early published fantasies were very much in that mould."

17. Charles De Lint's Newford Chronicles
A fan site includes a summary of the writer's series of books set in fictional Newford, a bibliography, and links to other sources of information on this writer.
Charles De Lint's " Newford Chronicles
(Tor Fantasy Publishing)
These tales, told over the years in various thematic anthologies comprise a loose narrative web spun around the imaginary city of Newford. No two are alike, either in context or in style, and yet, the common denominator (except, that is for the places and people that creep up here and there and become subject to fond familiarity -much like the fixtures of our own cities) is the underbelly of what we perceive to be reality: when the night falls over the office buildings and the alleys, where homeless people squat in derelict houses, abandoned from our care, in the blink of an eye, and sometimes far too real, magic is there, same as it was always. De Lint tells us that the world really is as we saw it when we were children; all we have to do is open up our senses to it and embrace wonder. His heroes are ordinary, very real, very much "there", very much trying to make do.. Most of them don't have the luxury to believe in anything anymore, much less in magic.. But somewhere, deep in their innermost hearts, most of them keep an open window, just in case.. Most of us do. Well, some of them -and some of us- don't, they close that window tight; but it doesn't matter, because the wonder's still there. There are as many realities as there are ways to live one's life. The city itself has a soul, as a street busker timidly discovers, one night in a park.. She has to go though, her people have forgotten her, left her to decay. But he remembers.. Desert spirits might keep you company, cadging a smoke or playing the flute as you try to puzzle out the tangled threads of your life. ..There are some Roads that require guarding -even if it's only a part time job for a punk rocker.. And sometimes, if one dreams too strong, for too long, one might discover that one's dreams have a life of their own. ..And who's to say that it's less real than the waking one?

18. The Absolutely Weird Bookshelf, Books By Charles De Lint
charles de lint. HARDCOVER EDITIONS de lint, charles The Dreaming Place Atheneum,New York 1990 1st ed, near F in dj. A Byron Preiss Dragon Flight book. description Provides bibliography and publisher information for the author.Category Arts Literature Fantasy Authors D de lint, charles
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CHARLES DE LINT HARDCOVER EDITIONS: de Lint, Charles The Dreaming Place Atheneum, New York 1990 1st ed, near F in dj. A Byron Preiss Dragon Flight book. OUT OF STOCK
THE NEWFORD STORIES de Lint, Charles Dreams Underfoot Tor, New York 1993 1st ed, near F in dj. The Newford collection of stories. Scarce. OUT OF STOCK
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20. Charles DeLint - MiC Entry
Includes writer's biography, information on his collections, and links to reviews.
Made in Canada is the proud recipient of the 2000 Aurora Award for Fan Achievement: Other!
Don't forget to visit the current MiC Newsletter for news, reviews, a guest editorial and more! Associated with . and Alibris - Books You Thought You'd Never Find Charles de Lint Click covers to buy NOW! From Charles de Lint was born in the Netherlands and came to Canada with his family at the age of 4 months. He is mainly a fantasy writer but has been known to cross over to Science Fiction and Horror on occasion. He has also published poetry, columns and reviews. Charles pioneered a sub-genre called Urban Fantasy . He has won an Aurora Award for Jack, The Giant Killer and a HOMer award for The Little Country Note For collectors: Subterranean Press is printing 2000 Limited edition prints of of Charles de Lints' Triskell Tales: 22 Years of Chapbooks Now Available at the Subterranean Press website. Charles collection Moonlight and Vines won the 1999 World Fantasy Award for best collection. His novel

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