Books, Anthologies, And More
These are the novels (bold), novella, and stories set in the Dungeons and Dragons world created by Ed Greenwood. All published by Wizards of the Coast.
City of the Dead
Cold Steel and Secrets (novella published in four parts)
Crypt of the Moaning Diamond
Realms of the Dead - "Dusty Bones"
Realms of Dragons II - "The Woman Who Drew Dragons"
Untold Adventures - "Dreaming of Waterdeep"
Wizards.com - "Pigs Explode"
Stories set a shared universe filled with superheroes and villains.
Cobalt City Christmas - "A Very Panda Christmas"
Cobalt City Dark Carnival - "Fortunes For The Brave Heart"
Cobalt City Rookies - "Wrecker of Engines" novella
Cobalt City Timeslip - "Claws of the Dragon Queen"
The Awakened - "Birdie"
The Awakened II - "Eyes of Blue and Gold"
The Bard's Tale - "The Voice of the Harp"
Beast Within 3 - "Wreckage"
Close Encounters of the Urban Kind - "Two Out, Wendigo"
Foreshadows - "Deep In The Deep: Reaction-Diffusion Dies Tonight"
Hitting the Skids in Pixeltown - "The Takers" (Phobos Award)
Mad Scientist Journal Spring 2012 - "Our Crystal Skies Are Cracking"
When the Hero Comes Home - "Ashes of the Bonfire Queen"
When the Villain Comes Home - "The Man With Looking-Glass Eyes"
Zero Gravity - "Junker's Fantasy"
RPG & SF Nonfiction
Ad Astra, 50th Anniversary SFWA Cookbook - "Wizard's Piglets in Blankets"
Chicks Dig Gaming - "Round the World with Nellie Bly"
Collector's Guide to Children's Books 1850-1950 volume 1*
Collector's Guide to Children's Books 1850-1950 volume 2*
Collector's Guide to Children's Books 1950-1975*
Boys & Girls Book Series - Real World Adventures*
Encyclopedia of Collectible Children's Books*
The Wizard of Oz and Friends: A Reader's Checklist*
*co-authored with Diane Jones
John Carter, Tarzan, and Friends: A Reader's Checklist
Theater, Dance & Arts Articles
Encore Spotlight - April 2019 to present
Seattle Theater And Dance - Archive of articles written for other sites
Note: There's a number of other authors with a similar name -- curse of being a Jones -- so sadly I am not the Rosemary Jones who writes travel guides to Bermuda. Some rainy days I wish that I was!