Exiles of Kho: A Tale of Lost Khokarsa
by Christopher Paul Carey

Kindle edition now available!

The adventures of a fantastic age begin in this prelude to the critically acclaimed Gods of Opar: Tales of Lost Khokarsa.

Hundreds of years before the hero Hadon of Opar sailed forth from his shining city of gold and jewels upon his legendary adventures, the heroine-priestess Lupoeth set out upon the decree of the oracle to discover a new land...

Bibliography


Novel:

The Song of Kwasin (with Philip José Farmer) (Available in the omnibus Gods of Opar: Tales of Lost Khokarsa, Subterranean Press, 2012)

Novellas:

Exiles of Kho (Meteor House, 2012)
"Kwasin and the Bear God" (with Philip José Farmer) (Available in Tales of the Wold Newton Universe, Titan Books, 2013 and The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 2: Of Dust and Soul, Meteor House, 2012)

Short stories and novelettes:

"Dune Runner" (forthcoming)
"With Dust Their Glittering Towers" (forthcoming)
"Devil's Dark Harvest" (Moonstone Books, 2011) (Kindle edition)
"A Kick in the Side" (Meteor House, 2010)
"De Fer et de bronze" (French translation of "Iron and Bronze") (Rivière Blanche, 2010)
"Caesar's Children: A Tale of Pluritopia" (Black Coat Press, 2010) (Kindle edition)
"Iron and Bronze" (with Win Scott Eckert) (Black Coat Press, 2009) (Kindle edition, NOOK edition)

Books edited:

Tales of the Wold Newton Universe (with Win Scott Eckert) (Titan Books, 2013) (Kindle edition) (NOOK edition) (read the introduction at SF Signal)
The Other in the Mirror by Philip José Farmer (Subterranean Press, 2009)
Venus on the Half-Shell and Others by Philip José Farmer (Subterranean Press, 2008)
Up from the Bottomless Pit and Other Stories by Philip José Farmer (Subterranean Press, 2007)

Nonfiction:

Introduction to Tales of the Wold Newton Universe (with Win Scott Eckert) (Titan Books, 2013) (read online)
"An Archaeology of Dreams" in Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life (Meteor House, 2013)
Foreword to Cog by K. Ceres Wright (Dog Star Books, 2013)
"The Literary Archaeology of Khokarsa" and "A Guide to Khokarsa" (introduction and afterword to Hadon of Ancient Opar) (Titan Books, 2013)
"Gribardsun and the Prehistoric Wold Newton Family" (afterword to Time's Last Gift) (Titan Books, 2012)
"The Brass Tacks of Steampunk" in Many Genres, One Craft: Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction (Headline Books, 2011)
Afterword to Two Hawks from Earth (MonkeyBrain Books, 2009)
"The Green Eyes Have It—Or Are They Blue?" in Myths for the Modern Age: Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton Universe (MonkeyBrain Books, 2005)

Interviews, Podcasts, and Guest Posts:

Black Gate Interview: Tales of the Wold Newton Universe, Part 4 of 4 (2013)
Black Gate Interview: Tales of the Wold Newton Universe, Part 3 of 4 (2013)
Black Gate Interview: Tales of the Wold Newton Universe, Part 2 of 4 (2013)
Black Gate Interview: Tales of the Wold Newton Universe, Part 1 of 4 (2013)
SF Signal Guest Interview: K. Ceres Wright on Cog (2013)
SF Signal Guest Interview: Rhys Hughes on The Abnormalities of Stringent Strange (2013)
Fantasist Enterprises Guest Post: Conversing with Giants (2012)
SF Signal Guest Interview: How Ray Bradbury Inspired David Herter's October Dark (2012)
SF Signal Mind Meld: Revolution and Independence in Genre Books (2012)
Rambling On: Interview with Christopher Paul Carey (2012)
Black Gate Guest Post: On Philip José Farmer's World of Khokarsa (2012)
SF Signal Guest Post: Collaborating with a Grand Master of Science Fiction and Fantasy (2012)
Black Gate Guest Post: On Gods of Opar: Tales of Lost Khokarsa (2012)
The Book Cave Episode 174 (2012)
The PJF International Bibliography: The Song of Kwasin (2011)
An Interview with Christopher Paul Carey (2011)
SF Signal Mind Meld: SF Books That Will Stand The Test of Time (2010)
The Book Cave Episode 85 (2010)
SF Signal Mind Meld: The Forgotten Books of SF/F/H (2009)
The PJF International Bibliography: The Other in the Mirror (2009)
"An Inhabitant of Khokarsa" in Farmerphile #13 (2008)
Heidi's Pick Six interview (2007)
Starlog Magazine #353 (2007)

Note: A comprehensive bibliography of my writings related to Philip José Farmer may be found here.