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Daniel Keys Moran (born 30 November 1962; age 54) is a computer programmer and a science fiction writer, most famous for his own fiction series, The Tales of the Continuing Time. He has been the administrator of a number of websites, and currently maintains the Daniel Keys Moran blog.

Partial bibliography Edit

Star Trek Edit

DS9: "Hard Time" - story (with Lynn Barker)

The Great Wheel of Existence Edit

The multiverse in which most of DKM's work is set, with three different major timelines written about to date.

The Tales of the Continuing Time Edit

The most popular of Great Wheel timelines:

  1. Emerald Eyes – Bantam Spectra paperback (1988-06-01) ISBN 0-553-27347-7
  2. The Long Run – Bantam Spectra paperback (1989-09-01) ISBN 0-553-28144-5
  3. The Last Dancer – Bantam Spectra paperback (1993-11-01) ISBN 0-553-56249-5
  4. The A.I. War, Book One: The Big Boostfs& ebook (2011 March)

Star Wars Edit

  • Three short stories published in anthologies edited by Kevin J. Anderson.

Other works Edit

  • Novels, Short stories, and National Public Radio commentaries.

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