The 8 original Sime~Gen novels have been reprinted by Wildside Press in Trade Paperback and most ebook formats, with 4 new never before published volumes.
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City of a Million Legends
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Those of My Blood
Those of My Blood is now in Trade Paperback, by Ben Bella Books
Dreamspy is now in Trade paperback by Ben Bella Books.
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Dushau (Dushau Trilogy, No 1)
Farfetch (Dushau Trilogy No 2)
Outreach (Dushau Trilogy, No. 3)
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Famous Star Trek novelist, Jean Lorrah, co-owner of Sime~Gen Inc., has many original series of her own.
In addition to her award winning Vampire novel, Blood Will Tell, out from Ben Bella Books, Spring 2003, she has a reprint deal for her long series titled
SAVAGE EMPIRE -- another famous Star Trek fan Winston Howlett (editor of the famous Star Trek 'zine Captain Uhura) will be doing a new book in the Savage Empire series with Jean.
Jean also has an article in the Ben Bella compendium on Buffy The Vampire Slayer titled
Seven Seasons of Buffy
Audio-only dramatizations of the vampire short stories called The Dorian St. James Saga. The full texts of the stories are posted for free comparison.
This series began with a short story for Andre Norton's Witch World series -- where she allowed Jacqueline Lichtenberg to put a vampire on the Witch World -- a very special vampire. That story is published in Tales from the Witch World II, and all the rest of the published stories are prequels.
"Buffy The Vampire Slayer "
I have an article on
Buffy the Vampire Slayer in an anthology of such articles by SF/F writers, titled Seven Seasons of Buffy published by BenBella Books Oct. 2003. Jean Lorrah and Margaret L. Carter are also in the anthology. See all contributors here.
In the meantime, check out "Heaven and Hell", an anthology which contains Jacqueline's short story "Vampire's Friend", the sequel to "True Death". Both these stories are under contract to be recorded.
Five Seasons of Angel: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Discuss Their Favorite Vampire, Glenn Yeffeth, ed., BenBella Books Oct. 2004
Both Jacqueline Lichtenberg and Jean Lorrah have articles in this fine collection, a sequel to Seven Seasons of Buffy.