(* indicates a novel or story set in the Archonate universe)

BOOK-LENGTH FICTION
  • Fools Errant*, Maxwell Macmillan Canada, Toronto, 1994;
    republished by Warner Aspect, New York, 2001
  • Downshift, (writing as Matt Hughes) Doubleday Canada, Toronto, 1997
  • Fool Me Twice*, Warner Aspect, New York, 2001
  • Gullible’s Travels*, Science Fiction Book Club, New York,
    (omnibus edition of Fools Errant and Fool Me Twice)
  • Black Brillion*, Tor, New York, 2004;
    Science Fiction Book Club, New York, 2005;
    Le Brillion Noir, translated by Patrick Dusoulier, Editions L’Atalante, Nantes, 2008
  • The Gist Hunter and Other Stories*, (short story collection) Night Shade Books, San Francisco, 2005
  • Majestrum, A Tale of Henghis Hapthorn* Night Shade Books, San Francisco, October, 2006;
    translated by Patrick Dusoulier, Editions L’Atalante, Nantes, 2009
  • Wolverine: Lifeblood, (writing as Hugh Matthews) Pocket Books, New York, February, 2007
  • The Spiral Labyrinth, A Tale of Henghis Hapthorn*, Night Shade Books, San Francisco, September, 2007
  • The Commons*, (a Guth Bandar novel) Robert J. Sawyer Books, Toronto, October, 2007;
    Delos Books (Italian translation), Milan, 2010
  • Template*, PS Publishing, Hornsea, Yorks, UK, February, 2008;
    Paizo Publishing, Bellingham, WA, 2010
  • Hespira, A Tale of Henghis Hapthorn*, Night Shade Books, San Francisco, 2009
  • To Hell and Back: The Damned Busters, Angry Robot, London, 2011
  • The Other* (a Luff Imbry novel), Underland Press, Portland, OR, 2011
  • Song of the Serpent (writing as Hugh Matthews), Paizo Publishing, Bellingham, WA, April 2012
  • To Hell and Back: Costume Not Included, Angry Robot, London, March 2012
  • Nine Tales of Henghis Hapthorn*, Matthew Hughes, January 2013
  • To Hell and Back: Hell to Pay, Angry Robot, London, February 2013
  • The Meaning of Luff and Other Stories*, Matthew Hughes, April 2013
  • Old Growth, (writing as Matt Hughes) Five Rivers Publishing, Neustadt, ON, 2013
  • Paroxysm, (writing as Matt Hughes), Matthew Hughes, July 2013
  • The Compleat Guth Bandar*, Matthew Hughes, March, 2014

NONFICTION
  • Breaking Trail, The Memoirs of Senator Len Marchand, Caitlin Press, Prince George, 2000
  • What’s All This Got to Do with the Price of 2x4s?, by Mike Apsey (as told to Ken Drushka and Matt Hughes), University of Calgary Press, Calgary, 2006
  • “Ice and Fire, Mud and Water,” in Slice Me Some Truth: An Anthology of Canadian Creative Nonfiction, Wolsak and Wynn, Toronto, 2010

SHORT STORIES
  • “Fishface and the Leg,” Western Producer Magazine, 1982 (reprinted in Storyteller, 1998)
  • “Bearing Up,” in the anthology Takes, Thistledown Press, Saskatoon, 1996
  • “Widow’s Mite,” MinusTides Magazine, 1997
  • “Something to Sell,” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, 1998
  • “Number Crunch,” Blue Murder Magazine, 1999
  • “One More Kill,” Blue Murder Magazine, 1999; reprinted in Storyteller, 2001 and Alibis 9, 2004 (winner of the Arthur Ellis Award, best story of 1999)
  • “Stepping Stones,” Blue Murder Magazine, 2000
  • “Wipe Out,” Blue Murder Magazine, 2000; reprinted in Iced: The New Noir Anthology of Cold, Hard Fiction, Insomniac Press, Toronto, 2001
  • “A Little Learning*,” in the anthology Fantasy Readers Wanted — Apply Within, Silver Lake Publishing, Lansdowne, PA, 2003, and reprinted in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2004
  • “Mean Mr. Mustard,” Storyteller, Winter 2003
  • “Mastermindless*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 2004; reprinted in Best SF 10, Eos, New York, 2005; reprinted in Science Fiction World, Translations (China), August 2009
  • “Relics of the Thim*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 2004
  • “The Hat Thing,” Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, September 2004
  • “Muscle,” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, September 2004
  • “Falberoth’s Ruin*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, September 2004
  • “Inner Huff*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February 2005
  • “The Devil You Don’t,” Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, March 2005
  • “Finding Sajessarian*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, April 2005
  • “The Gist Hunter*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2005; reprinted in Best Short Novels of 2005, Science Fiction Book Club, New York, 2006; and Fantasy: The Best of the Year, Wildside Press, Rockville, MD, 2006
  • “Go Tell the Phoenicians,” Interzone, May/June 2005; reprinted in Tesseracts 10, Edge Books, Calgary, 2006
  • “Thwarting Jabbi Gloond*,” (Hapthorn’s first case), The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 2005
  • “Help Wonted*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October/November 2005
  • “Shadow Man,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 2006
  • “A Herd of Opportunity*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 2006
  • “The Farouche Assemblage*,” Postscripts Magazine #6, Winter 2005; chapbook, Payseur & Schmidt, Seattle, June 2007
  • “The Meaning of Luff*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 2006
  • “Nature Tale*,” Postscripts Magazine #8, Fall 2006
  • “Bye the Rules*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, December, 2006
  • “The Helper and His Hero*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February and March, 2007 (two-part novella)
  • “Sweet Trap*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June, 2007
  • “Passion Ploy*,” Forbidden Planets, an anthology from DAW Books, 2007
  • “Petri Parousia,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February, 2008
  • “The Eye of Vann,*” Postscripts Magazine 15, 2008
  • “Fullbrim’s Finding,*” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 2008
  • “Grolion of Almery,” Songs of the Dying Earth, an anthology from Tor, New York; HarperCollins Voyager, London; and Subterranean Press, Burton, MI (limited editions), 2009
  • “Enemy of the Good,*” in Postscripts 19, Enemy of the Good, an anthology from PS Publishing, Hornsea, Yorks, 2009
  • “Hunchster,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August/September 2009
  • “Quartet and Triptych,*” (a Luff Imbry novella), PS Publishing, Hornsea, Yorks, January, 2010; reprinted in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November/December, 2011
  • “Hell of a Fix,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, 2010
  • “Another Day in Fibbery*,” in Postscripts 20/21, Edison’s Frankenstein, an anthology from PS Publishing, Hornsea, Yorks, 2009
  • “So Loved,” in Postscripts 24/25: The New and Perfect Man, an anthology from PS Publishing, Hornsea, Yorks, 2010; reprinted in Tesseracts 18, Edge Publishing, Calgary, 2014
  • “Timmy, Come Home,” in Is Anybody Out There?, an anthology from DAW Books, New York, 2010
  • “The Immersion*,” (a Henghis Hapthorn novelette), in Postscripts 26/27, Unfit for Eden, an anthology from PS Publishing, Hornsea, Yorks, 2011
  • “The Yellow Cabochon*,” (a Luff Imbry novella), PS Publishing, Hornsea, Yorks,  2012
  • “Not a Problem,” in Welcome to the Greenhouse: Tales of Climate Change, an anthology from O/R Books, New York, 2011
  • “Wearaway and Flambeau,*” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, 2012
  • “Devil or Angel,” (urban fantasy novelette), The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, January, 2013
  • “And Then Some*,” Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, February, 2013;  reprinted in Lightspeed Magazine, September 2013 (1st episode of serialized novel, The Kaslo Chronicles)
  • “Sleeper*,” Lightspeed Magazine, November 2013 (2nd episode of The Kaslo Chronicles)
  • “The Inn of the Seven Blessings*,” in Rogues, an anthology edited by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin, Bantam Spectra, 2014
  • “The Ugly Duckling,” in Old Mars, an anthology edited by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin, Bantam Spectra, 2014
  • “Of Whimsies and Noubles*,” (a Luff Imbry novella), PS Publishing, Hornsea, Yorks, 2014
  • “Greeves and the Evening Star,” in Old Venus, an anthology edited by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin, 2014
  • “Stones and Glass,*” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, 2013
  • “Avianca’s Bezel,*” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, 2014
  • “His Elbow, Unkissed,*”  Lightspeed Magazine, January 2014 (3rd episode of The Kaslo Chronicles)
  • “Phalloon the Illimitable,*” Lightspeed Magazine, 2014 (4th episode of The Kaslo Chronicles)
  • “The Ba of Phalloon,*” Lightspeed Magazine, 2013 (5th episode of The Kaslo Chronicles)
  • “A Hole in the World,*” Lightspeed Magazine, 2013 (6th episode of The Kaslo Chronicles)
  • “Under the Scab,*” Lightspeed Magazine, 2013 (7th episode of The Kaslo Chronicles)
  • “Enter Saunterance,*” Lightspeed Magazine, 2013 (8th episode of The Kaslo Chronicles)
  • “Prisoner of Pandarius*,” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, 2014

EDITING
  • Raincoast Chronicles 16: Time and Tide, A History of Telegraph Cove, by Pat Wastell Norris, Harbour Publishing, 1995
  • Forbidden Cargo, by Rebecca K. Rowe, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2006
  • Clan of the Dung Sniffers, by Lee Danielle Hubbard, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2008
  • Time Machines Repaired While-U-Wait, by K.A. Bedford, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2008
  • Transplant, by John. A. Elefteriades, MD, Robot Binaries and Press, Toronto, 2008; Penguin New York, 2014
  • The Oracle Paradox, by Steve Antczak, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2009
  • Circle Tide, by Rebecca K. Rowe, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2011
  • The Trillionist, by Sagan Jeffries, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2012
  • Extraordinary Hearts, by John A Elefteriades, MD, Penguin, 2014