Monday, January 2, 2017

The works of N. D. Wilson

These are the works of N. D. Wilson. Not all of the below titles are available on his website.

Satire
Right Behind: A Parody of Last Days Goofiness (2001)
Supergeddon: A Really Big Geddon (2003)

Canonball Kids: The Old Stories
The Dragon and the Garden (2007)
In the Time of Noah (2007)
The Sword of Abram (2013)

100 Cupboards
100 Cupboards (2007; Book 1)
Dandelion Fire (2008; Book 2)
The Chestnut King (2010; Book 3)
The Door Before (2017; stand-alone prequel)

Ashtown Burials
The Dragon’s Tooth (2011; Book 1)
The Drowned Vault (2012; Book 2)
Empire of Bones (2013 Book 3)
The Silent Bells (2017?; Book 4)

Outlaws of Time
The Legend of Sam Miracle (2016; Book 1)
The Songs of Glory and Ghost (2017; Book 2)

Short Stories
"The Seventh Sneeze" (never published)
Credenda Agenda stuff (e.g., "Sand")
"The Rise and Fall of Circumcision" (2007; Esquire)
"Conversations with Tod" (2011; The Chattahoochee Review)

Stand-alone novels
Leepike Ridge (2007)
Boys of Blur (2014)

Canonball Kids
Hello Ninja (2013)
Blah Blah Black Sheep (2014)
related: Ninja Boy Goes to School (2014)

Nonfiction
Emerging from Shadows (2005; Audio CD; related to "Father Brown Fakes the Shroud")
Notes from the Tilt-A-Whirl: Wide-Eyed Wonder in God’s Spoken World (2009)
Death by Living: Life Is Meant to Be Spent (2013)

Introductions and collaborations
Twilight Land by Howard Pyle (2010; 1894?; introduction)
The Rhetoric Companion (2011; co-author with Douglas Wilson)
The Amazing Dr. Ransom’s Bestiary of Adorable Fallacies: A Field Guide for Clear Thinkers (2015; co-author with Douglas Wilson)
Help My Unbelief: Why Doubt Is Not the Enemy of Faith by Barnabas Piper (2015; introduction)
"Willow Worlds" in Wingfeather Tales by Andrew Peterson (2016; contribution)

Films (Scripts, Producing, Directing)
Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl (2011; script)
The Hound of Heaven (2014; script)
The River Thief (2016; script; directing)
They Grow Up Fast (2016; script)
The Riot and the Dance (2017?)
The Great Divorce (?)

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