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Brian Herbert, the author of numerous novels and short stories, has been critically acclaimed by leading reviewers in the United States and around the world. The eldest son of science fiction superstar Frank Herbert, Brian moved 23 times before graduating from high school. Finances were tight in those days, as his father (with success still years away) worked on and off as a newspaperman and sometimes solely as a writer, neither of which brought in enough money to support a family of three children, including Brian, his younger brother, Bruce, and their older sister, Penny.
An honor student, Brian was skipped ahead, so that he graduated from high school at the age of 16. He married at a young age as well, and while a full-time student at UC Berkeley (where he received a BA in Sociology), he worked in order to support his wife, Jan, and their baby daughter, Julie. The marriage has lasted for more than three decades and has produced three daughters, Julie, Kimberly, and Margaux.
Brian has been involved in a wide variety of professions and endeavors, including work as an author and editor, a business manager, an inventor of board games, and as a creative consultant for television and for collectible card games. He did not begin his writing career until he was nearly 30 years old. Prior to that he worked as an insurance underwriter and agent, an award-winning encyclopedia salesman, a waiter, a busboy, a maid (not a typo), and a printer. He and his wife once owned a double-decker London bus, which they converted into an unusual gift shop.
Today Brian and his sister Penny manage the magnificent legacy of their father's works, and through projects such as PRELUDE TO DUNE are opening new realms of Frank Herbert's vivid imagination to millions of his loyal fans.
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Brian Herbert Bibliography:
Timeweb Chronicles 1. Timeweb (2006) 2. The Web and the Stars (2007) 3. Webdancers (2008)
Other Novels Sidney's Comet (1983) The Garbage Chronicles (1985) Sudanna, Sudanna (1985) Man of Two Worlds (1986) (with Frank Herbert) Prisoners of Arionn (1987) The Race for God (1990) Memorymakers (1991) (with Marie Landis) Hellhole (2010) (with Kevin J Anderson) Hellhole: Awakening (2013) (with Kevin J. Anderson)
Series Contributed to: Dune Series Songs of Muad'dib (1992) (with Frank Herbert) The Road to Dune (2005) (with Kevin J Anderson and Frank Herbert) Hunters of Dune (2006) (with Kevin J Anderson) Sandworms of Dune (2007) (with Kevin J Anderson) Paul of Dune (2008) (with Kevin J Anderson) The Winds of Dune (2009) (with Kevin J Anderson) The Throne of Dune (2011) (with Kevin J Anderson)
Dune: Prelude to Dune (with Kevin J Anderson) 1. House Atreides (1999) 2. House Harkonnen (2000) 3. House Corrino (2001)
Legends of Dune (with Kevin J Anderson) 1. The Butlerian Jihad (2002) 2. The Machine Crusade (2002) 3. The Battle of Corrin (2004) Legends of Dune Boxed Set (omnibus) (2006)
World of Darkness (with Marie Landis) Blood on the Sun (1996)
Anthologies Contributed to: Dark Destiny (1994) Forbidden Acts (1995) Dante's Disciples (1996) Pawn of Chaos (1996)
Non fiction The Notebooks of Frank Herbert's Dune (1988) (with Frank Herbert) Dreamer of Dune: The Biography of Frank Herbert (2003) (see Frank Herbert) The Forgotten Heroes: The Heroic Story of the United States Merchant Marine (2004) Go to top of page