Boxtree

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Ignorant Armies
Drachenfels
Wolf Riders
Genevieve Undead
Red Thirst
Beasts in Velvet
Shadowbreed
Zaragoz
Warblade

Boxtree is a book publisher which under license published several novels and anthologies set in the various backgrounds (Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40,000, and Dark Future) between February 1993 until December (?) 1995. It republished several novels and anthologies previously published by GW Books.


February 1993:

  • Konrad, by David Ferring, pb
  • Shadowbreed, by David Ferring, pb
  • Warblade, by David Ferring, pb
  • Inquisitor, by Ian Watson, pb - Warhammer 40,000
  • Space Marine, by Ian Watson, pb - Warhammer 40,000
  • Drachenfels, by Jack Yeovil, pb


July 1993:

  • Genevieve Undead, by Jack Yeovil, pb


October 1993:

  • Comeback Tour (The Sky Belongs to the Stars), by Jack Yeovil, pb - Dark Future
  • Demon Download, by Jack Yeovil, pb - Dark Future
  • Krokodil Tears, by Jack Yeovil, pb - Dark Future


February 1994:

  • Ignorant Armies, David Pringle, ed., pb
  • Route 666, Jack Yeovil, pb - Dark Future


July 1994:

  • Plague Daemon, by Brian Craig, pb
  • Storm Warriors, by Brian Craig, pb
  • Zaragoz, Brian Craig, pb


October 1994:

  • Harlequin, by Ian Watson, hc - Warhammer 40,000
  • Beasts in Velvet, by Jack Yeovil, pb


March 1995:

  • Red Thirst, by David Pringle, ed., pb
  • Wolf Riders, by David Pringle, ed., pb


April 1995:

  • Harlequin, by Ian Watson, pb - Warhammer 40,000


June 1995:

  • Chaos Child, by Ian Watson, hc - Warhammer 40,000


December 1995:

  • Chaos Child, Ian Watson, pb - Warhammer 40,000

Timeline

Interestingly the books from Boxtree include a comprehensive timeline about all major and some minor developments. However it is largely outdated and clearly contradicted by the current armybooks.

Notes & sources