You may have heard: I write books. Here’s what I’ve published.
The Old Man’s War Novels
This series of books is what I’m currently best known for.
Old Man’s War (2005)
The Ghost Brigades (2006)
The Last Colony (2007)
Zoe’s Tale (2008)
The Human Division (Upcoming, January 2013 (electronic serial), May 2013 (hardcover))
Old Man’s War, The Last Colony and Zoe’s Tale were each nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novel in their respective years. Zoe’s Tale was additionally nominated for the Andre Norton Award for Best Young Adult Science Fiction/Fantasy. The Ghost Brigades was nominated for the Prometheus Award. Old Man’s War was the winner of the Geffen Award in Israel; The Last Colony the recipient of the Seiun Award in Japan.
Old Man’s War was ranked #1 on the Tor.com reader poll of the best science fiction and fantasy novels of 2000 – 2010. It is listed on the NPR.com reader poll of the Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books/Series.
These are stand-alone novels.
Agent to the Stars (2005)
The Android’s Dream (2006)
Fuzzy Nation (2011)
Redshirts: A Novel With Three Codas (2012)
The Android’s Dream was the winner of the Kurd Lasswitz Preis in Germany.
Novellas, Novelettes and Short Story Chapbooks
Shorter works, usually published in special limited editions for fans and collectors.
Questions for a Soldier (2005; short story chapbook)
The Sagan Diary (2007; novelette)
How I Proposed to My Wife: An Alien Sex Story (2007; short story chapbook)
The God Engines (2009; novella)
Judge Sn Goes Golfing (2009; short story chapbook)
The God Engines was nominated for both the Hugo Award and the Nebula Award for Best Novella.
Story collections to which I have contributed.
METAtropolis (2008; story: “Utere Nihil Non Extra Quiritationem Suis”)
The New Space Opera 2 (2009; story: “The Tale of the Wicked”)
METAtropolis, for which I was also the editor, was originally published in audiobook form and in that format was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form.
I wrote non fiction before I started writing fiction and have kept doing so.
The Rough Guide to Money Online (2000)
The Rough Guide to the Universe (2003, 2nd edition 2008)
The Book of the Dumb (2003)
The Book of the Dumb 2 (2004)
The Rough Guide to Sci-Fi Movies (2005)
You’re Not Fooling Anyone When You Take Your Laptop to a Coffee Shop: Scalzi on Writing (2007)
Your Hate Mail Will Be Graded: A Decade of Whatever, 1998–2008 (2008)
24 Frames Into the Future: Scalzi on Science Fiction Film (2012)
The Mallet of Loving Correction: Selected Writings, 2008 – 20012 (upcoming, September 2013)
Your Hate Mail Will Be Graded won the Hugo Award in the category of Best Related Book.
Each of these is available on Amazon.com, BN.com, IndieBound.org, iTunes and Powells.com. If you have a favorite local bookstore, however, consider purchasing these books there. It’s fun to support local businesses.