Michael Moorcock is an English author of science fiction and fantasy novels. Moorcock is the author of several series, including the Elric Saga, Eternal Champion, Jerry Cornelius and Chronicles of Corum series (which are all connected in a Multiverse). Moorcock began editing Tarzan Adventures at age 17 (Edgar Rice Burroughs was a favourite growing up). He would go on to edit other publications like New Worlds. He says he could write upwards of 15,000 words in a day.
Michael Moorcock became a published novelist in 1961 with the novel The Stealer of Souls. He tends to revise much of his work, meaning that readers should always look for the latest editions of his work. Below is a list of Michael Moorcock’s books in order of publication as well as in chronological order:
Publication Order of Elric Saga Books
Chronological Order of Elric Saga Books
Publication Order of Elric Saga Novellas
Publication Order of Elric Saga Collections
Publication Order of Eternal Champion Books
Chronological Order of Eternal Champion Books
When reading this series in chronological order, The Skrayling Tree comes after The Dragon in the Sword.
Publication Order of Eternal Champion Collections
Publication Order of Michael Kane Books
Publication Order of Runestaff Books
Publication Order of Cornelius Quartet Books
Publication Order of Jerry Cornelius Novellas
Publication Order of Jerry Cornelius Collections
Publication Order Karl Glogaver Books
Publication Order Chronicles Of Corum Books
Publication Order Oswald Bastable Books
Publication Order Dancers At The End Of Time Books
Publication Order Count Brass Books
Publication Order Time Of The Hawklords Books
Publication Order Von Bek Family Books
Publication Order Von Bek Family Collections
Publication Order Colonel Pyat Quartet Books
Publication Order Second Ether Books
Publication Order Last Emperor Of Melnibone Collections
Publication Order Doctor Who: Eleventh Doctor Books
Publication Order Standalone Novels
Publication Order Short Story Collections
Publication Order Elric Saga Graphic Novels
Publication Order Graphic Novels
Publication Order Non-Fiction Books
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Notes: There are multiple reading orders for Michael Moorcock’s series. For a full list of the reading order of Michael Moorcock’s books, see the suggested reading order on his forums.
The Sleeping Sorceress was also published as The Vanishing Tower. Elric of Melnibone was also published as The Dreaming City. The Bane of the Black Sword was also published as Song of the Black Sword. The graphic novel Elric: The Dreaming City was written by Roy Thomas. The graphic novel Elric: Stormbringer was written by P. Craig Russell. The graphic novel volumes Elric: The Balance Lost was written by Chris Roberson.
Phoenix in Obsidian was also published under the title The Silver Warriors. The Swords of Heaven, the Flowers of Hell was co-authored with Howard Chaykin. Warriors of Mars was also titled The City of the Beast. Blades of Mars is also known as Lord of the Spiders. Barbarians of Mars is alternatively titled Masters of the Pit. Sorcerer’s Amulet is also known as The Mad God’s Amulet. The Runestaff is also known as The Secret of the Runestaff. Persson and Catherine was originally titled The Adventures of Una Persson and Catherine Cornelius in the Twentieth Century. The Transformation of Miss Mavis Ming is also known as A Messiah at the End of Time.
The Time of the Hawklords series was written with Michael Butterworth. The Fireclock is also known as The Winds of Limbo. The Sundered Worlds was also titled The Blood Red Game. The Twilight Man was also published as The Shores of Death. The Wrecks of Time is also known as The Rituals of Infinity. Gloriana is also known as Gloriana, or the Unfulfill’d Queen. Moorcock’s Book of Martyrs was also titled Dying for Tomorrow. The Deep Fix was written as James Colvin. Printer’s Devil and Somewhere in the Night were written under the pen name Bill Barclay. The Black Corridor was co-authored with Hilary Bailey. The Distant Suns was co-authored with Philip James. Silverheart was co-authored with Storm Costantine.
The collection Cities was written with Peter Crowther, Paul Di Filippo, China Mieville and Geoff Ryman. Breaking Windows was co-authored by Barrington J. Bayley, China Mieville, James Sallis and Jeff VanderMeer. Kizuna was co-authored with Jon Courtenay-Grimwood, Katherine Govier, Robert M. Price and Andersen Prunty. Zenith Lives! was co-authored with Mark Hodder and Paul Magrs. Fantasy: The 100 Best Books was co-authored by James Cawthorn. The Sunday Books was co-authored by Mervyn Peake.
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