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Stephen R. Lawhead

Stephen R. Lawhead is a writer known for his works of historical fiction. He was born on July 2, 1950 to Robert Eugene Lawhead and Lois Rowena Bissell Lawhead at Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney, NE[?], USA. In 1968 Lawhead graduated from Kearney High and entered Kearney State College[?] as an Art major. In 1969, while at Kearney State College, he wrote a weekly humor column for the college newspaper and was a frequent contributor of poetry and short stories to The Shore Anthology[?] and The Antler. Lawhead met Alice Slaikeu in 1971 and married her in 1972. He graduated from Kearney State College in 1973 with B.A. in Art and then went on to enroll in Northern Baptist Theological Seminary[?] for the winter semester of 1975. In 1976 Lawhead became an editorial assistant for Campus Life Magazine[?].

Beginning in 1981, Stephen Lawhead began to author novels of historical fiction with a slant towards the Christian beliefs he holds. Many of his books are in series following a common theme:

Dragon King trilogy:

  • In the Hall of the Dragon King (1982)
  • The Warlords of Nin (1983)
  • The Sword and the Flame (1984)

Empyrion Saga:

  • Empyrion I: The Search for Fierra (1985)
  • Empyrion II: The Siege of Dome (1986)

The Pendragon Cycle:

The Song of Albion:

  • The Paradise War (1991)
  • The Silver Hand (1992)
  • The Endless Knot (1993)

The Celtic Crusades:

  • The Iron Lance (1998)
  • The Black Rood (2000)
  • The Mystic Rose (2001)

He has also written three stand-alone novels:

For more information please see the official Stephen R. Lawhead website at: http://www.stephenlawhead.com

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