2. Pern in Print

Since Pern is a fictional world, a complete listing of all related books would probably be a good idea.

2a. Book list (written by McCaffrey)

[Date is of 1st printing. ISBNs are from the paperback editions in my personal library, obtained from copies in local bookstores or webstore inquiries. US Publisher is Del Rey books unless otherwise noted. UK edition publisher is Corgi Books unless otherwise noted. Random House/Del Rey eBook formats include Adobe eBook, Microsoft Reader, Palm, and Gemstar]

[ISBN will transition to ISBN-13 format as data becomes available.]

The Dragonriders of Pern trilogy (Also available in a single hardcover volume through the SF book club, and trade paperback in a few bookstores).

Dragonflight (Jul 1968)
978-0-345-48426-0 (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45395-2 (eBook)
978-0-552-08453-6 (UK Edition)
Dragonquest (May 1971)
0-345-41937-5 (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45396-9 (eBook)
978-0-552-11635-0 (UK Edition)
978-0-345-45615-1 (eBook - combo)
The White Dragon (Jun 1978)
0-345-41940-5 (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45397-6 (eBook)
978-0-552-11313-7 (UK Edition)
The Dragonriders of Pern
978-0-345-34024-5 (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45739-4 (eBook)

The Harper Hall of Pern trilogy (Available as a single hardbound edition through the SF book club).

Dragonsong (Mar 1976)
978-0-689-86023-2 Simon Pulse
978-0-689-86008-9 Aladdin Trade p-back
978-0-552-10661-0 (UK edition)
Dragonsinger (Feb 1977)
978-0-689-86024-9 Simon Pulse
978-0-689-86007-2 Aladdin Trade p-back
978-0-552-10881-2 (UK Edition)
Dragondrums (Mar 1979)
978-0-689-86025-6 Simon Pulse
978-0-689-86006-5 Aladdin Trade p-back
978-0-552-11804-0 (UK Edition)


A Time When (1975) [1]
0-915568-07-2 NESFA Press
Get Off the Unicorn (Jun 1977) [2]
978-0-345-45747-9 (eBook)
978-0-552-10965-9 (UK Edition)
Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern (Nov 1983)
0-345-41957-X (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45401-0 (eBook)
978-0-552-12499-7 (UK Edition)
Nerilka's Story: A Pern Adventure (Mar 1986)
978-0-345-45402-7 (eBook)
0-345-41958-8 (Trade P-back)
Moreta's Ride
Science Fiction Book Club Omnibus edition of Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern and Nerilka's Story: A Pern Adventure.
Nerilka's Story & The Coelura (1987) [3]
978-0-552-12817-9 (Corgi UK)
Dragonsdawn (Nov 1988)
0-345-41956-1 (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45398-3 (eBook)
978-0-552-13098-1 (UK edition)
The Renegades of Pern (Nov 1990>
0-345-41939-1 (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45404-1 (eBook)
978-0-552-13099-8 (UK Edition)
All the Weyrs of Pern (Dec 1991)
0-345-41935-9 (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45405-8 (eBook)
978-0-552-13729-4 (UK Edition)
Rescue Run [4]
(Science Fiction Book Club Hardcover)
The Chronicles of Pern: First Fall (Oct 1993) [5]
0-345-41959-6 (Trade P-back)
978-0-345-45399-0 (eBook)
978-0-552-13913-7 (UK Edition)
Dragonrider's Dawn
Science Fiction Book Club Omnibus edition of Dragonsdawn and The Chronicles of Pern: First Fall
The Dolphins' Bell [7]
(Science Fiction Book Club Hardcover)
The Girl Who Heard Dragons (May 1994) [8]
0-812-51099-2 TOR Books
978-0-552-14436-0 (UK Edition)
The Dolphins of Pern (Oct 1994)
0-345-45406-5 (eBook)
978-0-552-14270-0 (UK Edition)
Red Star Rising (The Second Chronicles of Pern) (Aug 1996) [9]
Dragonseye (Feb 1997) [9]
978-0-345-45400-3 (eBook)
The Masterharper of Pern (Jan 1998)
978-0-345-45406-5 (eBook)
978-0-552-14274-8 (UK Edition)
Legends [Ed: Robert Silverberg] (Oct 1998) [10]
0-312-86787-5 TOR Books (Hardcover)
0-312-86863-4 TOR Books (Ltd. ed. Hardcover)
0-002-25667-3 Voyager (UK Edition -- Paperback)
(The US Paperback edition has been split into 3 smaller volumes: Volume 2 contains the Pern sttory.)
0-812-57523-7 TOR Books (Legends: Vol. 2)
The Skies of Pern (Feb 2001)
978-0-345-44713-5 (eBook)
978-0-552-14631-9 (UK edition)
978-0-593-04337-0 (Bantam UK Trade P-back)
A Gift of Dragons (Oct 2002) [11]
978-0-345-45635-9 (Hardcover)
978-0-345-45860-5 (eBook)
0-593-05151-3 (Bantam UK Hardcover)
On Dragonwings (Oct 2003) [12]
978-0-345-46565-8 (Trade paperack)
Dragon's Kin [w/ Todd McCaffrey] (Nov 2003)
978-0-345-46199-5 (eBook)
978-0-552-15150-4 (UK edition)
Legends II [Ed: Robert Silverberg] (Dec 2003) [13]
0-345-45644-0 (Hardcover)
978-0-345-47109-3 (eBook)
0-00715434-8 (Voyager UK Hardcover)
Legends II: Shadows, Gods, and Demons
[Ed: Robert Silverberg] (Oct 2004)
(The hardcover was split into two paperbacks. This is the volume with the Pern story.)
Dragonsblood [by Todd McCaffrey] (Jan 2005)
978-0-345-48193-1 (eBook)
978-0-552-15208-2 (UK edition)
Dragon's Fire [w/ Todd McCaffrey] (Jul 2006)
978-0-345-49382-8 (eBook)
978-0-552-15348-5 (UK edition)
Dragon Harper [w/ Todd McCaffrey] (Dec 2007)
978-0-345-50252-0 (eBook)
978-0-593-05528-1 (UK Hardcover)
Dragonheart [by Todd McCaffrey] (Nov 2008)
978-0-345-49114-5 (Hardcover)
978-0-345-50973-4 (eBook)
978-0-593-05867-1 (UK Hardcover)


[1] Details courtesy of: Robert A. Woodward (robertaw@halcyon.com)

>Contains early versions of several chapters of _The White Dragon_.
>Scenes are: Jaxom blowing up at the breakfast table, Jaxom at
>Smithcrafthall school, Jaxom and Corana, Jaxom and the entire theft &
>recovery of the Queen egg at Benden Weyr.

[2] Collection of McCaffrey short fiction; contains "The Smallest Dragonboy" (Originally published 1973 for Science Fiction Tales). Reportedly, the short story can also be found in Visions of Fantasy: Tales From the Masters (1989 Doubleday: ISBN 0-385-26359-7).

[3] Also includes non-Pern novel.

[4] Originally published in Analog (Aug. 1991) and included in [5] below.

[5] Contains short stories: "Survey: P.E.R.N." [6], "The Dolphins' Bell", "The Ford of Red Hanrahan", "The Second Weyr", and "Rescue Run" (ibid [4] above).

[6] Previously published as "The P.E.R.N. Survey" in Amazing Stories (Sep. 1993).

[7] Included in [5] ibid.

[8] Collection of McCaffrey short fiction. Includes novella of same title originally published (limited edition - 100 signed copies) in 1985.

[9] These are the same book under different titles. The UK edition was released first; Del Rey delayed their edition for supposedly editorial reasons. The change in title was allegedly due to concerns that the American audience wouldn't recognize a Pern book without a "Dragon" title. Thanks to Mark Haas (mhaas@onramp.net) for UK publisher data.

[10] Anthology of short novels/novellas, containing "Runner of Pern" by McCaffrey. Other authors include Terry Pratchett (Discworld), Ursula K. Le Guin (Earthsea), Raymond Feist (Riftwar), etc.

[11] Anthology of previously published "The Smallest Dragonboy", "The Girl Who Heard Dragons", "Runner of Pern", and the new "Ever the Twain".

[12] Omnibus collection of Dragonsdawn, Dragonseye, and Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern.

[13] Anthology of short novels/novellas, conaining "Beyond Between" by McCaffrey.

Finally, the Dragonlover's Guide to Pern (see below) contains a short story, "The Impression" depicting F'lessan's impression of Golanth from a first-person POV.

It should also be noted that this all started with the Hugo-winning novella "Weyr Search" published in October 1967 in Analog. This story (after some rewriting) now forms the first quarter of Dragonflight.

The Nebula-winning (1968) novella "Dragonrider" [serialized in Analog in '67-68(?)] makes up the second half of Dragonflight.

2b. Latest Pern book news.

The paperback edition of latest Todd/Anne collaboration, Dragon Harper (not to be confused with the Crossroads Choose-Your-Path book by Jody Lyn Nye), was published in September 2008 and continues the pre-3rd Pass storyline that was started in Dragon's Kin.

Todd's latest solo book, Dragonheart was published in hardcover in November 2008. He's reportedly working on two more books to continue this story.

Anne has also apperantly been working on a new Pern book, After the Fall is Over (working title). Rumors are that a late 2008 release is planned.

2c. Suggested reading order for newcomers.

Ms. McCaffrey suggests that the books be read in order of publication (i.e. start with Dragonflight and go in published order). Alternatively, she suggests starting with Dragonsong as a 'gentler' introduction, completing the Harper Hall trilogy, and then going back to Dragonflight, Dragonquest, et. al.

2d. Chronological order of books/stories

This is kind of tricky, as some books depict the same events from different points of view. Here's what the consensus seems to be:

             +--------------------+                      Backwards
             | "Survey: P.E.R.N." |                          ^
             +--------------------+                          |
             +-------------+                               Time
1st Pass->   | Dragonsdawn +----------------------+          |
             +-------------+ "The Dolphins' Bell" |          v
                           +----------------------+       Forwards
             | "The Ford of Red Hanrahan" |
             | "The Second Weyr" |
1st Int.->                              | Dragonsblood |
             +--------------+                  |
             | "Rescue Run" |                  |
             +--------------+                  |
             +-------------------+             |        
             |  Red Star Rising  |             |
2nd Pass->   +-------------------+             |
             +------------------+              |
             | "Ever the Twain" |              |
             +------------------+              |
2nd Int.->               +------------+        |
            +------------+            |        |
            |  Dragon's  |  Dragon's  |        |
            |    Kin     |    Fire    |        |
            +------------+            |        |
                         +------------+        |
            +--------+                         |
            | Dragon |                         |
            | Harper |                         |
            +--------+                         |
3rd Pass->                              | Dragonsblood |

6th Pass->
                       +------------+           |
                       |            |           |
                       |  Moreta:   |           |
            +----------+ Dragonlady | Nerilka's |
            | "Beyond  |  of Pern   |   Story   |
            | Between" |            |           |
            +----------+------------+           |
6th Int.->                          |           |

8th Int->
                                                  |      The     |
                     +-----------+                | Masterharper |
                     |           | +--------------+    of Pern   |
  +----------------+ |           | |              +--------------+
  |"Runner of Pern"| |           | | Dragonflight |
  +----------------+ |           | |              |
9th Pass->           |           | |              |
                     |           | +--------------+
                     |           |               +--------------+
                     |           | +-------------+  Dragonsong  |
                     |           | |             +--------------+
                     |           | | Dragonquest | Dragonsinger |
                     |           | |             +--------------+
                     |           | +-------------+
                     |           +-------------+
                     |    The    |             +------------------+
                     | Renegades | Dragondrums | "The Impression" |
                     |  of Pern  |             +------------------+
                     |           +-------------+
                     |           | +---------------+
                     |           | | "The Smallest |
                     |           | |   Dragonboy"  |
                     |           | +---------------+
         +-----------+           |
         |           |           +----------------+
         | The White |           | "The Girl Who  |
         |  Dragon   |           | Heard Dragons" |
         |           |           +----------------+
         +-----------+           |
                     |           |
                     |  All the  |
         +-----------+   Weyrs   |
         |    The    |  of Pern  |
         |  Dolphins +-----------+
         |  of Pern  |

                     | The Skies |
                     |  of Pern  |


Horizontally connected 'boxes' indicate closely connected (i.e. same events from different points of view) stories. Boxes connected vertically indicate that the following story takes place immediately after the previous one.

The two plotlines of Dragonsblood are evenly split between the end of the 1st pass and tne start of the 3rd Pass, and is thus shown (with tenuous connection) in both times.

"Ever the Twain" does not have explicit indications of time-period, but the evidence suggests mid-to-late 2nd Pass or so.

Nerilka's Story starts 4 days before Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern.

"Runner of Pern" takes place in the spring just before the first Threadfall of the 9th Pass.

Dragonsong is shown to start previous to Dragonquest based on the timelines provided in Karen Fonstead's Atlas of Pern.

Dragonquest is shown to continue beyond the end of Dragonsinger based on the reports on Canth's healing which suggest that considerable time has elapsed since Canth's jump to the Red Star.

The White Dragon is shown to start before "The Girl Who Heard Dragons" since The Renegades of Pern indicates that the latter takes place in late autumn, while the former tends to suggest that the weather is just starting to turn cool.

2e. Pern Audiobooks

There are several audio adaptations of the assorted Pern books out in both abridged and unabridged forms. The performer, if known, is listed.

[Many thanks to MIRRIM@delphi.com and griffon@ccrtc.com for doing the legwork to obtain much of this information. Publisher is indicated by bracketed numbers; Publisher key follows the list.]

1590862880 (Unabridged - Performer: Dick Hill) [1]
0787100722 (Abridged) [2]
1574535323 (Abridged - Performer: Adrienne Barbeau) [4]
Dragonquest Performer: Dick Hill [1]
1561001457 (Unabridged Cassette)>
1596009829 (Unabridged CD)
1596009845 (Unabridged MP3-CD)
0787101117 (Abridged) [2]
The White Dragon Performer: Dick Hill [1]
1561001465 (Unabridged Cassette)
1596009942 (Unabridged CD)
1596009969 (Unabridged MP3-CD)
1574534890 (Abridged Cassette - Performer: Constance Towers)
0787100757 (Abridged Cass. - Performer: Adrienne Barbeau) [2]
1556905882 (Unabridged Cass. - Performer: Sally Darling) [4]
0788795155 (Unabridged CD - Perfomer: Sally Darling) [4]
0787100803 (Abridged - Performer: Adrienne Barbeau) [2]
155690617X (Unabridged Cass. - Performer: Sally Darling) [4]
1402514913 (Unabridged CD - Performer: Sally Darling) [4]
0787100676 (Abridged - Performer: Adrienne Barbeau) [2]
1558006400 (No additional data) [2]
1556906188 (Unabridged Cass. - Performer: Sally Darling) [4]
1402504624 (Unabridged CD - Performer: Sally Darling) [4]
Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern Performer: Sheila Hart [1]
1561004928 (Unabridged Cassette)
1597370223 (Unabridged CD)
1597370231 (Unabridged MP3-CD)
Nerlika's Story
0394558170 (Abridged - Performer: Anne McCaffrey [5]
Dragonsdawn Performer: Dick Hill [1]
1561004898 (Unabridged Cassette)
1596009888 (Unabridged CD)
159600990X (Unabrdiged MP3-CD)
The Renegades of Pern Performer: Dick Hill [1]
1561004936 (Unabridged Cassette)
1597370274 (Unabridged CD)
1597370290 (Unabridged MP3-CD)
0787100811 (Abridged Cassette - Unknown performer) [2]
All the Weyrs of Pern
1879371111 (Abridged - Performer: Anne McCaffrey) [3] 1879371928 (Unabridged - Performer: Mark Rolston) [3]
The Chronicles of Pern: First Fall
1558008675 (Unabridged - Performer: Meredith MacRae) [2]
The Dolphins of Pern
1590073533 (Unabrdiged)
The Girl Who Heard Dragons
078710258X (No additional data) [2]
Dragonseye Performer: Dick Hill [1]
1561008087 (Unabridged Cassette)
1593350775 (Unabrdiged MP3-CD)
1567402305 (Abridged Cassette)
The Masterharper of Pern Performed by Dick Hill [1]
1561007870 (Unabridged Cassette)
1597370150 (Unabridged CD)
1597370177 (Unabridged MP3-CD)
1567402755 (Abridged Cassette)
The Skies of Pern Performed by Dick Hill [1]
1587880652 (Unabridged Cassette)
1593351658 (Unabridged MP3-CD)
1587880679 (Abridged Cassette)
A Gift of Dragons
0739301845 (Perfomer: Lee Meriwether) [5]
Dragon's Kin Performed by Dick Hill [1]
1593551800 (Unabridged Cassette)
159355480X (Unabridged CD)
1593352557 (Unabridged MP3-CD)
1593551827 (Abridged Cassette)
Dragonslbood Performed by Dick Hill [1]
1596001143 (Unabridged Cassette)
159600116X (Unabridged CD)
1593359365 (Unabridged MP3-CD) 1596008903 (Abridged CD)
Dragon's Fire Performed by Dick Hill [1]
1423314557 (Unabridged Cassette)
1423314565 (Unabridged CD)
1423314581 (unabridged MP3-CD)
142331462X (Abridged CD)
Dragon Harper Performed by Susan Ericksen [1]
978-1-4233-1465-3 (Unabridged Cassette)
978-1-4233-1467-7 (Unabridged CD)
978-1-4233-1468-4 (Unabridged MP3-CD)
978-1-4233-1472-1 (Abridged CD)
Dragonheart Performed by Emily Durante [1]
978-1-4233-7326-1 (unabridged CD)
978-1-4233-7329-2 (unabridged MP3-CD)
Legends II, Vol. 1 Perf. by Graeme Malcolm & Alyssa Bresnahan [5]
0739310828 (Unabridged Cassette)
0739310836 (Audio download)
Dragonflight and Dragonquest
1558006370 (combo - Abridged) [2]
Dragonsong and Dragonsinger
1558006389 (combo - Abridged) [2]
Dragonsdawn and The Renegades of Pern
1558006419 (combo - Abridged) [2]
1574535331 (combo - Abridged - Performer: Adrienne Barbeau) [4]
Anne McCaffrey Pern Collection:
Dragonseye, The Masterharper of Pern, The Skies of Pern
1590865359 (combo - Abridged - Performer: Dick Hill) [1]

Publisher info:

  1. Brilliance Corp.
    1810-B Industrial Drive
    P.O.Box 887
    Grand Haven, Michigan 49417

  2. Dove Audio
    301 N. Canon Drive
    Beverly Hills, CA 90210
    1-800-328-DOVE or 1-800-DOVE007

  3. The Publishing Mills
    P.O.Box 481006
    Los Angeles, CA 90048

  4. Recorded Books Inc
    270 Skipjack Rd.
    Prince Frederick, MD 20678

  5. Random House Audiobooks

2f. Other Pern materials

Comic books/Graphic Novels

Eclipse Comics published a 3-issue graphical adaptation of Dragonflight which was later collected into a single volume graphic novel. Drawings appear to be based on the artwork in The People of Pern (see below). Publishing data for the single-volume edition:

Anne McCaffrey: Dragonflight
Published by Eclipse Graphic Novels, March 1993.
ISBN: 0-06-105003-2

Reference books

Several Pern-related "Reference Books" have been published. The most frequently mentioned on this newsgroup are:

The Atlas of Pern by Karen Fonstead -- Del Rey Books
[ISBN: 0-345-31432-8 (HB) / 0-345-31434-4 (SB)]

(Out of print, but still available if you look around for it. The Science Fiction Book Club apparently still has copies in stock.)

The People of Pern sketches/paintings by Robin Wood, text by McCaffrey
1988, Donning Publishing -- ISBN: 0-89865-635-4 (HB) / 0-89865-751-2 (SB)

[Out of print]
(Actually, more of a 'photo album' for the major characters.)

[Additional note from: "Michael Short" (mike@mail.robinwood.com) -- Robin's husband.]

Photoprints of F'lar, Lessa, Menolly and Sebell are available. 11"x14" prints go for $35 + S&H. Large-fomat (18"x24") run $150 + S&H.

Robin's address is:

Robin Wood
3319 Greenfield Road #102
Dearborn, MI 48120
877-ROBINWOod (877-762-6494) [*]
- or -
(734) 729-4281

[*] Personal Toll-free number: Please let Michael or Robin know that it was used when calling.

The Dragonlover's Guide to Pern
by Jody Lynn Nye with Anne McCaffrey
1st ed.: Nov 1989, Del Rey Books
0-345-35424-9 (Hardcover)
0-345-37946-2 (Softcover)

2nd ed.: Mar 1997, Del Rey Books
0-345-41274-5 (Softcover)

Considered by many to be the reference work on Pern...aside from the books themselves. Others have noted internal contradictions as well as conflicts with other published material and therefore do not consider it particularly authoritative. The 2nd edition adds material from books published since the 1st edition.

by Todd McCaffrey
Nov. 1999, Del Rey Books
0-345-42217-1 (Hardcover)

Todd McCaffrey's biography of his mother.

Pern from other Authors

Jody Lynn Nye has also written two 'Choose your path' books set on Pern under the (now defunct) 'Crossroads' line from TOR books.

Dragonharper (ISBN: 0-812-56404-9)
Journeyman Robinton's adventures as he travels to his first posting at Benden Hold.
Dragonfire (ISBN: 0-812-56423-5)
Mirrim and Path look into strange happenings on the Southern Continent shortly after the events of The White Dragon.


There have also been two games published:

The Dragonriders of Pern (boardgame) from Mayfair Games. 1983

This is set roughly during the time frame of Dragonquest. Players represent the 6 Weyrleaders (and the Masterharper in the 7-player game) attempting to gain prestiege and power in an attempt at becomming the overal leader of the planet. There is also a solitaire variant, and an article about threadfighting and Weyr organization by Todd Johnson (Anne McCaffrey's son).

Mayfair games has since gone out of business.

Dragonriders of Pern: The Book Game by Nova Games Designs. 1984

Two riders on patrol try to outdo one another when they encounter threadfall -- but don't get scorred, and definitely don't let any of the thread reach the ground!

The game mechanics involve two books which show pictures from the POV of each rider. Each player selects a maneuver and goes to a look-up page where the combination of that maneuver and the other player's choice determines the next view. (Very similar to the "Ace of Aces" WW I dogfighting game also from Nova.)

Contact address is:
Nova Games Designs, Inc.
P.O. box 1178
Manchester, CT 06040

Computer games

In August 2001, UbiSoft released the Pern PC game that Grolier Interactive (UK) had been developing. It appears to be more an adventure game/interactive story than a traditional Computer Role-Playing game as initially reported. It is sent toward the end of the 7th Pass.

Epyx released a "Dragonriders of Pern" game for the C-64, Atari 8-bit, and Apple ][ around 1984. Second-hand reports inidcate that it was generally similar to the above-listed board game, but with occasional arcade-style threadfighting sequences. Inquiries to the appropriate comp.*.games newsgroup may prove useful to those looking for used copies of it.

NOTE: There is a IBM-PC Dragonriders game floating around on BBSs and the net. Regarding this item, Justin Bradford jbradford@cctr.umkc.edu informed this newsgroup:

>The computer game "The Dragonriders of Pern" by Everlasting Software is
>not authorized by Anne McCaffrey and should not be player, uploaded,
>downloaded, or distributed.  We uploaded this game to an Internet FTP
>site without understanding that it was a copyright and trademark 
>infringement and were contacted by her attorneys.  We want 
>to apologize to Anne McCaffrey, and to urge all of her fans 
>to help eliminate this game from the Internet.

Cover art

Michael Whelan (cover artist for most of the Del Rey Pern books) has a web page located at:


In addition to his Pern cover art, Whelan has done sevreal other McCaffrey covers, not to mention work for many other authors.

Pern CD

In conjunction with the publication of _Masterharper of Pern_, Ms. McCaffrey asked Tania Opland and Mike Freeman to produce music based on her Pernese verses.

The project grew to something rather larger than anticipated, and the result is a 50-minute CD. A brief description and ordering infomration may be found at:


2g. Obtaining hard-to-find books.

As noted above, several books are available only through the Science Fiction Book Club. This book club provides a good selection of recent releases (albeit somewhat delayed) and classic SF in 'special edition' hardcovers and trade-paperbacks. The membership deal is something along the lines of "Must buy 4 books in the first year". Almost all of Ms. McCaffrey's SF works can be ordered in one form or another.

Advertisments can be found in most of the usual Science Fiction and Gaming magazines (e.g. Analog, Dragon, etc.) or they can be contacted at:

The Science Fiction Book Club
6550 East 30th Street
PO Box 6369
Indianapolis, IN 46209-9492

They also have a webpage (as of 7 Sep 96, still a little buggy here and there.) located at:


This page is the on-line equivalent of their introductory advertisment; the on-line catalog does not include very many McCaffrey titles. However, members should be able to use the page to order any book from the SF Universe catalog that is sent out annually.

Note to non-US readers: I am informed that the club also extends to Canada, but it is doubtful that it goes anywhere else. Readers in Europe, Asia, etc. will most likely have to arrange a special order with your local booksellers.

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