Of her solo works, probably the best known is the "Scholarly Magics" series: A College of Magics, a Ruritanian fantasy set in the early 20th century, with a prequel When the King Comes Home and sequel A Scholar of Magics.
She has also written River Rats, a postapocalyptic adventure on the Mississippi River; the Alchemist duology, set in the Italy of the Borgias; and Magic Below Stairs, a children's fantasy set in the same world as Sorcery and Cecelia.
Works by Caroline Stevermer with their own trope pages include:
Other works by Caroline Stevermer provide examples of:
- After the End: River Rats
- Cold Iron: In Magic Below Stairs, cold steel hurts magical creatures, including brownies and whatever that thing was that the curse produced to attack Lord Schofield.
- Death by Childbirth: Frederick's mother in Magic Below Stairs. (The baby, a girl, died too.)
- Historical Fantasy
- In Which a Trope Is Described: Each chapter of Magic Below Stairs has a title beginning "In Which Frederick ..."
- Moustache de Plume: Ambiguous intials version — the two Alchemist novels were credited to "C. J. Stevermer".