|The Bane Chronicles|
|Author/s|| Cassandra Clare|
Sarah Rees Brennan
|Cover artist||Cliff Nielsen|
|Release Date|| April 16, 2013 (first story)|
November 11, 2014 (print edition)
|Publisher||Margaret K. McElderry Books|
The Bane Chronicles is a compilation of 11 short stories telling the tales of the High Warlock of Brooklyn, Magnus Bane, and co-written by Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, and Maureen Johnson. First released in e-book format, a print edition of the collection is set to be published on November 11, 2014.
- What Really Happened in Peru
- The Runaway Queen
- Vampires, Scones, and Edmund Herondale
- The Midnight Heir
- The Rise of the Hotel Dumort
- Saving Raphael Santiago
- The Fall of the Hotel Dumort
- What to Buy the Shadowhunter Who Has Everything (And Who You're Not Officially Dating Anyway)
- The Last Stand of the New York Institute
- The Course of True Love (And First Dates)
- In City of Heavenly Fire, Magnus gave Alec Lightwood a notebook containing stories that shaped his life, which he wrote in the weeks following their breakup. The Bane Chronicles is either all or a part of the stories contained in this notebook, itself.
- The print, hardcover edition will feature a bonus story (which may or may not be the The Voicemail of Magnus Bane) and 10 illustrated scenes or comics drawn by Cassandra Jean.
- The Rise of the Hotel Dumort and The Fall of the Hotel Dumort was originally teased as one story: The Rise and Fall of the Hotel Dumort. Its separation may have either resulted from or caused the removal of certain stories from the original set of 10 online released e-books.
- No Immortal Can Keep a Secret was originally intended to be released as the seventh story on October 15, 2013, co-written with Maureen Johnson. However, it was removed from the final compilation at one point while the first few installments were still being released in e-book form. (Synopsis: Magnus at the turn of the 20th century decides to try this new "psychoanalysis" with Dr. Freud. But clearly the doctor has no experience to help deal with a centuries-old warlock with a very complicated dating history and some very unusual father issues.)
- The Letter, for which no synopsis and spoilers were given, was supposed to be a separate installment released as the tenth story on December 31, 2013. It was instead worked into City of Heavenly Fire and removed from the chronicles. It may have had something to do with the story about Michael Wayland that Robert Lightwood told his son in the book, presumed because the artist Cassandra Jean once pointed out a letter in Michael's hand in one of her Flower cards.
- The Bane Chronicles on Goodreads
- The Bane Chronicles on the official site
- The Bane Chronicles on Cassandra Clare's site