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Eric Flint

Eric Flint (born 1947) is an American science fiction and fantasy author and editor. Some of his main works are alternate-history science fiction, but he also writes humorous fantasy adventures.

Eric Flint is noted as the editor if the "Baen Free Library." The Free Library is an experiment in electronic publishing where Flint and Jim Baen have convinced authors to post entirely unprotected free copies of seminal works for free download on the internet as an experiment to see if this increases the sales of their paper editions. (To date, in late 2003, the experiment appears to be a success.)

Table of contents
1 Published Works
2 External Links

Published Works

Belisarius Series

David Drake) An alternate history series in which an AI is sent back in time to defeat a plot by others of its kind intent on the destruction of humanity.

Assiti Shards Series

An alternate history series in which the inhabitants of a small town in the USA find themselves transported back to Central Germany ... in 1632. The Gazette is a semi-pro SF magazine featuring fan fiction and non-fiction edited by Eric Flint and published by Baen. A mass market paper edition is planned for the fall of 2004. Other "Assiti Shards" universes which share only the time travel mechanism, but not the setting of the 1632 univers include two planned novels

Heirs of Alexandria

(with Dave Freer and
Mercedes Lackey) Set in an alternate "Venetian Empire" in which magic thrives.

Joe's World

Further Collaborations

Solo Novels

Classic SF ReIssues edited by Eric Flint

Short Fiction

External Links