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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
[78] MBO New Terror
Panorama illustré de la fantasy & du merveilleux
[77] MBO Best New Horror Volume 15
[76] Great Ghost Stories
2003
More Tomorrow & Other Stories
Midnight Sun
[75] By Moonlight Only
[74] MBO Best New Horror Volume 14
The House of the Wolf
2002
The Brian Lumley Companion
Red Harvest
[73] Keep Out the Night
[72] Frights and Fancies
[71] MBO Best New Horror Volume 13
[70] Dark Terrors 6
[69] The Emperor of Dreams
Secret Geography Of Nightmare
A Secret History of Randy Broecker
2001
Fearful Rock and Other Precarious Locales
[68] Creepshows: The Illustrated Stephen King Movie Guide
[67] MBO Best New Horror Volume 12
[66] MBO Vampire Stories By Women
[65] The Conan Chronicles Volume 2: The Hour of the Dragon
2000
[64] Dark Terrors 5: The Gollancz Book of Horror
[63] MBO Best New Horror Volume 11
[62] Phantoms and Fiends
[61] The Conan Chronicles Volume 1: The People of the Black Circle
Dystopia
Seven Stars
 
Books Published Between:
   1999–1977
 
[69] The Emperor of Dreams: The Lost Worlds of Clark Ashton Smith (2002)
by Clark Ashton Smith
Edited with an Afterword by Stephen Jones

(a) Gollancz Fantasy Masterworks, UK • tp • £7.99
ISBN 0-575-07373-X
(2nd printing • £8.99)

The Emperor of Dreams: The Lost Worlds of Clark Ashton Smith (2002)
Cover by J.K. Potter

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From the vampire-haunted alleyways of mediaeval Averoigne to the shining spires of dying Zothique, Clark Ashton Smith transports us to forgotten worlds and strange dimensions. In the enchanted regions of Hyperborea, Atlantis and Xiccarph, encounter malefic magic and demonic deeds beneath the last rays of a fading sun . . . This volume is the first ever to encompass Clark Ashton Smith's entire career as a writer. He virtually stopped writing stories in 1937, but he left behind a unique legacy of fantasy fiction which is as imaginative and decadent today as when it was first published.

ON FANTASY  
SONG OF THE NECROMANCER  
THE ABOMINATIONS OF YONDO  
THE NINTH SKELETON  
THE LAST INCANTATION  
A RENDEZVOUS IN AVEROIGNE  
THE RETURN OF THE SORCERER  
THE TALE OF SATAMPRA ZEIROS  
THE DOOR TO SATURN  
THE GORGON  
THE WEIRD OF AVOOSL WUTHOQQUAN  
THE NAMELESS OFFSPRING  
THE EMPIRE OF THE NECROMANCERS  
THE HUNTERS FROM BEYOND  
THE ISLE OF THE TORTURERS  
THE BEAST OF AVEROIGNE  
GENIUS LOCI  
UBBO-SATHLA  
THE KISS OF ZORAIDA  
THE SEED FROM THE SEPULCHER  
THE WEAVER IN THE VAULT  
THE GHOUL  
THE CHARNEL GOD  
THE DEATH OF MALYGRIS  
THE TOMB-SPAWN  
THE SEVEN GEASES  
XEETHRA  
THE DARK EIDOLON  
THE FLOWER-WOMEN  
THE TREADER OF THE DUST  
THE BLACK ABBOTT OF PUTHUUM  
NECROMANCY IN NAAT  
THE DEATH OF ILALOTHA  
THE GARDEN OF ADOMPHA  
MOTHER OF TOADS  
THE DOUBLE SHADOW  
THE COMING OF THE WHITE WORM  
THE ROOT OF AMPOI  
MORTHYLLA  
AN OFFERING TO THE MOON  
THE THEFT OF THE THIRTY-NINE GIRDLES  
SYMPOSIUM OF THE GORGON  
TOLD IN THE DESERT  
PRINCE ALCOUZ AND THE MAGICIAN  
A GOOD EMBALMER  
THE MORTUARY  
AFTERWORD: THE LOST WORLDS OF KLARKASH-TON Stephen Jones

Nominated for the 2003 British Fantasy Award

Reviews

 "Editor Stephen Jones is to be congratulated for assembling here over forty of Smith's utterly distinctive and unique stories."
—John Howard
PRISM, November 2003

 "A collection of some of the works of one of the best fantasy writers ever, edited by Stephen Jones, a member of that tiny band of anthologists whose work is so reliably good that you automatically reach out and grab hold of any new volume spotted if you are wise . . . It is an absolutely marvellous introduction to this genuinely legendary author, carefully crafted to give a clear presentation of his work to the heretofore unexposed, and will hopefully lure them into demanding exposure to more of the same."
—Gahan Wilson,
REALMS OF FANTASY, October 2002

 "The most substantial collection of Clark Ashton Smith's short fiction to appear in quite some years . . . an effulgent treasury of the macabre and the decadent, easily one of the key collections of the year."
—Nick Gevers,
LOCUS #497, June 2002

 "This collection of forty-three stories, an essay, poem and prose poem, represents a characteristic and essential sampling of Smith's narratives."
—William Thompson
SF SITE, July 2002

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