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Excluding proof copies (which are not listed), these are all the known editions of books by or featuring Stephen Jones. If you know of any others, please contact the author/editor at sj@stephenjoneseditor.com
 
Key:
 
 hc • hardcover
 lghc • large-size hardcover
 lgpb • large-size paperback
 tp • trade paperback
 pb • paperback
 cpbk • chapbook
 mag • magazine
Books Published Between:
           –2010
   2009–2005
   2004–2000
 
1999
[60] Dark Detectives: Adventures of the Supernatural Sleuths
Horror at Halloween
[59] The Essential Monster Movie Guide
[58] MBO Best New Horror Volume 10
Whispers in the Night
[57] White of the Moon: New Tales of Madness and Dread
[56] MBO Best New Horror Volume 9
1998
[55] Dark Terrors 4: The Gollancz Book of Horror
Thirty Strange Stories
1997
[54] Dark of the Night: New Tales of Horror and the Supernatural
[53] Secret City: Strange Tales of London
[52] The Vampire Stories of R. Chetwynd-Hayes
[51] Exorcisms and Ecstasies
[50] Dark Terrors 3: The Gollancz Book of Horror
[49] MBO Best New Horror Volume 8
[48] Dancing with the Dark: True Encounters with the Paranormal by Masters of the Macabre
[47] MBO Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy
[46] Clive Barker's A-Z of Horror
1996
Tthe BFI Companion to Horror
The Tiger Garden
[45] The Giant Book of Fantasy Tales
[44] Dark Terrors 2: The Gollancz Book of Horror
[43] The Best New Horror Volume 7
[42] The Illustrated Werewolf Movie Guide
Robert Bloch: Appreciations of the Master
1995
[41] Dark Terrors: The Gollancz Book of Horror
[40] The Best New Horror Volume 6
California Gothic
1994
[39] The Best New Horror Volume 5
[38] Shadows Over Innsmouth
[37] Dark Voices 6: The Pan Book of Horror
[36] MBO Frankenstein
[35] The Giant Book of Terror
[34] The Illustrated Frankenstein Movie Guide
[33] MBO Werewolves • page 2
Shock Xpress 2
[32] The Anthology of Fantasy & the Supernatural
1993
[31] H.P. Lovecraft's Book of Horror
[30] Best New Horror 4
[29] Dark Voices 5: The Pan Book of Horror
[28] MBO Zombies
[27] The Illustrated Dinosaur Movie Guide
[26] The Giant Book of Best New Horror
[25] The Illustrated Vampire Movie Guide
1992
[24] Dark Voices 4: The Pan Book of Horror
[23] James Herbert: By Horror Haunted
[22] Best New Horror 3
[21] MBO Vampires
[20] The Hellraiser Chronicles
1991
The Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Science Fiction
[19] Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse
[18] Clive Barker's Shadows in Eden
[17] Fantasy Tales 7
[16] Dark Voices 3: The Pan Book of Horror
Final Shadows
[15] Best New Horror 2
Shock Xpress 1
[14] Fantasy Tales 6
[13] MBO of Terror
1990
[12] Best New Horror
[11] Fantasy Tales 5
[10] Dark Voices 2: The Pan Book of Horror
[9] Dark Voices: The Best from The Pan Book of Horror Stories
[8] Fantasy Tales 4
[7] Clive Barker's The Nightbreed Chronicles
1989
[6] Fantasy Tales 3
[5] Fantasy Tales 2
1988
[4] Gaslight & Ghosts
[3] Horror: 100 Best Books
Bare Bones: Conversations on Terror with Stephen King
[2] The Best Horror from Fantasy Tales
[1] Fantasy Tales 1
1987
Ghosts and Scholars: Ghost Stories in the Tradition of M.R. James
Fantasy Tales (Vol.9, No.17, Summer 1987)
1985
Fantasy Tales (Vol.8, No.15, Winter 1985)
1983
Tales by Moonright
1982
Fantasy Tales (Vol.5, No.10, Summer 1982)
Fantasy Tales (Vol.5, No.9, Spring 1982)
1977
Poems of the Sea
 
[47] The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)
Edited by Stephen Jones
Illustrated by Martin McKenna

(a) Robinson Publishing, UK • tp • £6.99
ISBN 1-85487-520-5

(b) Carroll & Graf, USA • tp • $10.05
ISBN 0-7867-0428-4

The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)
Cover by Paul Aston/The Senate

(c) as IL GRANDE LIBRO DI DRACULA
Newton & Compton editori, Italy • tp • Lire 22.900/€ 11,82 • (2000)
ISBN 88-8289-328-6

The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)
Cover by Alessandro Tiburtini

[Note: This adds an extra Introduction to the Italian edition: 'La saga di Dracula' by translator Gianni Pilo.]

(2nd printing, July 2004 • 12,90)

The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)
Cover by Alessandro Tiburtini

(3rd printing, November 2008 • 12,90)

The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)
Cover by Daniele Magrelli/Purple Press/Paul Knight/Trevillion Images

(d) as THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF DRACULA
Robinson Publishing, UK • tp • £7.99 • (2011)
ISBN: 978-1-84901-566-0

The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)
Cover by Joe Roberts

[Note: This revised and updated edition drops the Foreword by Daniel Farson and the illustrations by Martin McKenna, and adds the story 'Dracula Night' by Charlaine Harris.]

(e) as THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF DRACULA
Running Press, USA • tp • $13.95 • (2011)
ISBN: 978-0-7624-4094-8

The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)
Cover by Joe Roberts

[Note: This revised and updated edition drops the Foreword by Daniel Farson and the illustrations by Martin McKenna, and adds the story 'Dracula Night' by Charlaine Harris.]

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eBook
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(f) as DRACULA
Azbooka-Atticus (2012), Russia • hc
ISBN: 978-5-389-01560-9

The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)

[Note: Although this claims to be the revised 2011 edition, it is actually a reprint of the original 1997 book, which drops the illustrations by Martin McKenna.]

(g) as IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF DRACULA: TALES OF THE UN-DEAD COUNT
Pegasus Books, USA • hc (2017) • $29.95
ISBN 978-1-68177-534-0

The Mammoth Book of Dracula: Vampire Tales for the New Millennium (1997)
Cover by Faceout Studio, Derek Thornton

[Note: This revised and updated edition drops the Foreword by Daniel Farson and the illustrations by Martin McKenna, and adds the story 'Dracula Night' by Charlaine Harris.]

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"The Mouth is redder than ever, for on the lips are gouts of fresh blood, which trickle from the corners and run over the chin and neck . . ."
—from
Dracula: or the Und-Dead by Bram Stoker.
As the millennium approaches, how will the King of Vampires adapt to the social and technological changes that are already shaping the beginning of the 21st century? Is it possible that the Count's condition can be cured by modern medicine? How does the mythology perpetuated by literature and movies affect the existence of a real bloodsucker? What if Dracula found himself ruler of a world controlled by vampires? Or perhaps political and ecological catastrophe will result in the Count's final destruction? This special centenary tribute to the World's Greatest Vampire collects together for the first time more than 2000,000 words of Dracula fiction plus a long-lost version of Dracula from the original creator, Bram Stoker, presented here for the very first time since 1897.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS  
INTRODUCTION: I BID YOU WELCOME Stephen Jones
FOREWORD: GREAT UNCLE BRAM AND VAMPIRES Daniel Farson
DRACULA: OR THE UN-DEAD: PROLOGUE Bram Stoker
DRACULA'S LIBRARY Christopher Fowler
THE HEART OF COUNT DRACULA, DESCENDANT OF ATTILA, SCOURGE OF GOD Thomas Ligotti
DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL Mandy Slater
CONVERSION Ramsey Campbell
THE DEVIL IS NOT MOCKED Manly Wade Wellman
TEASERAMA Nancy Kilpatrick
BLOOD FREAK Nancy Holder
ZACK PHALANX IS VLAD THE IMPALER Brian Lumley
WHEN GREEK MEETS GREEK Basil Copper
COPPOLA'S DRACULA Kim Newman
THE SECOND TIME AROUND Hugh B. Cave
ENDANGERED SPECIES Brian Mooney
MELANCHOLIA Roberta Lannes
CHILDREN OF THE LONG NIGHT Lisa Morton
MBO Nicholas Royle
THE WORST PLACE IN THE WORLD Paul J. McAuley
LARRY'S GUEST Guy N. Smith
A TASTE OF CULTURE Jan Edwards
RUDOLPH R. Chetwynd-Hayes
ROADKILL Graham Masterton
VOLUNTEERS Terry Lamsley
BLACK BEADS John Gordon
YOUR EUROPEAN SON Joel Lane
QUALITY CONTROL Brian Stableford
DEAR ALISON Michael Marshall Smith
BLOODLINES Conrad Williams
WINDOWS '99 OF THE SOUL Chris Morgan
BLOOD OF EDEN Mike Chinn
THE LAST TESTAMENT Brian Hodge
THE LAST VAMPIRE Peter Crowther
THE LORD'S WORK F. Paul Wilson
LORD OF THE UNDEAD Jo Fletcher

Reviews

"This hefty compendium collects nearly 700 pages worth of vampire goodness, including poems, short stories, novellas, and one play—a theatrical version of Dracula's prologue, written by Bram Stoker himself. There are more than 30 separate entries and something for everyone's reading taste . . . sink your teeth into this collection and devour the literary feast within."
—Katherine Tomlinson
CRIMINALELEMENT.COM, October 5, 2017

"The editor of In the Footsteps of Dracula is the alarmingly prolific British horror expert Stephen Jones. He draws here from a deep well of writers old and new for stories about or inspired by that gentleman who never drinks . . . wine."
—Adam Woog
THE SEATTLE TIMES, September 28, 2017

"Jones (In the Shadow of Frankenstein) organises his selections into a "loose historical chronicle of Count Dracula" over the centuries and stitches several classic stories—including Manly Wade Wellman's Dracula-versus-Nazis gem,'The Devil is Not Mocked'," and Ramsey Campbell's EC Comics-style shocker, 'Conversion'—into a tapestry primarily fashioned from contemporary tales . . . Not all of the book's stories feature Dracula himself—Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse zinger, 'Dracula Night', tantalizes with his possible appearance—but all attest vividly to the long shadow he has cast over supernatural fiction."
—PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, September 21,2017

"There is a certain genius to the underlying concept of The Mammoth Book of Dracula—whereby you get to follow Dracula through the centuries and experience a jawdropping range of adventures covering a fascinating variety of styles . . . all in all, MboD is an enjoyable read with plenty to suck you in (I know, sorry!).
—Jenny Barber
BFS JOURNAL, Autumn 2011

"In The Mammoth Book of Dracula, there are plenty of stories to stir the soul."
—Sandra Scholes
SF SITE, Mid-August 2011

"This volume shows that there's plenty of life left in the old vampire, still stories to be told."
—Peter Tennant
BLACK STATIC #23, June-July 2011

"The Mammoth Book of Dracula bears the Jones hallmarks of careful editing and assiduous research."
—TIME OUT, August 20, 1997

"Stephen Jones is one of the few editors from whom yet another anthology of vampire stories would be welcome in my home . . . his latest lives up to his established standards."
—Michael A. Morrison
NECROFILE: THE REVIEW OF HORROR FICTION Issue #25, Summer 1997

"Terrific . . . Anthologies don't come much better than this. A must-have!"
—CRIMSON #24/THEE VAMPIRE GUILD, Summer 1997

"The overall standard is excellent."
—SFX Magazine, August 1997

"This volume brings together a fine selection of modern fright-meisters . . . A great book and a suitable way for genre writers to honour the debt of thanks long overdue to one of their own."
—Andrew Haigh
SAMHAIN #63, August/September 1997

"The Mammoth Book of Dracula is a fine collection of great stories."
—INTERNATIONAL VAMPIRE NEWS, July 1997

"The range of styles and moods on display is impressive . . . Stephen Jones has shown, yet again, that themed anthologies don't have to be boring and obvious, and that even vampire tales still have some life or should that be undeath? left in them."
—Jay Russell
THE TANGLED WEB

"Here are mysterious strangers with strong, white teeth aplenty, mystified or mesmerised by the modern world, severing arteries and sucking blood."
—Erica Wagner THE TIMES, June 12, 1997

"An extensive collection of vampire tales for the new millennium . . . tackled with gruesome relish by a host of horror writers. Clearly there's plenty of life in the veteran vampire yet."
—Val Hennessy
DAILY MAIL, May 31, 1997

"A wide-ranging collection of stories featuring a long-lost version of Dracula from the Count's creator Bram Stoker . . . An excellent anthology for horror fans."
—PUBLISHING NEWS, January 31, 1997

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