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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
 
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 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
 
[74] The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Fourteen (2003)
Edited and with an Introduction by Stephen Jones

(a) Robinson Publishing, UK • tp • £6.99
ISBN 1-84119-794-7

(b) Carroll & Graf, USA • tp • $11.95
ISBN 0-7867-1237-6

The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Fourteen (2003)
Cover by Les Edwards
Cover design by Smith & Jones

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The World Fantasy Award, British Fantasy Award and International Horror Guild Award-winning series. The world's premier annual horror anthology series continues to receive acclaim, winning the 2002 British Fantasy Award for Best Anthology, being nominated for the 2002 World Fantasy Award, and receiving a prestigious starred review in Publishers Weekly. This latest volume of the bumper showcase devoted exclusively to excellence in macabre fiction features the very best short stories and novellas by today's finest exponents of horror fiction. Also containing the most comprehensive overview of the year, lists of useful contact addresses and a fascinating necrology, this is the only book every horror fan needs on their shelf.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS  
INTRODUCTION: HORROR IN 2002 The Editor
OCTOBER IN THE CHAIR Neil Gaiman
DETAILS China Miéville
THE WRETCHED THICKET OF THORN Don Tumasonis
THE ABSOLUTE LAST OF THE ULTRA-SPOOKY, SUPER-SCARY HALLOWE'EN HORROR NIGHTS David J. Schow
STANDARD GAUGE Nicholas Royle
LITTLE DEAD GIRL SINGING Stephen Gallagher
NESTING INSTINCTS Brian Hodge
THE TWO SAMS Glen Hirshberg
HIDES Jay Russell
THE UNBEHELD Ramsey Campbell
ILL MET BY DAYLIGHT Basil Copper
CATSKIN Kelly Link
20TH CENTURY GHOST Joe Hill
EGYPTIAN AVENUE Kim Newman
THE BOY BEHIND THE GATE James Van Pelt
NOR THE DEMONS DOWN UNDER THE SEA Caitlín R. Kiernan
THE COVENTRY BOY Graham Joyce
THE PROSPECT CARDS Don Tumasonis
THE CAGE Jeff VanderMeer
DR. PRETORIUS AND THE LOST TEMPLE Paul McAuley
NECROLOGY: 2002 Stephen Jones & Kim Newman
USEFUL ADDRESSES  

Winner of the 2004 British Fantasy Award

Reviews

 "In his indispensable overview of horror in 2002, Jones speaks of 'the diversity of taste and erudition that binds our community'. This volume, like volumes past, exuberantly celebrates that diversity."
—PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, OCTOBER 13 2003 (Starred Review)

 "An essential volume for horror readers, in part because of Jones's encyclopedic ancillary material—introduction, story notes, necrology, even a list of useful addressesmdash;and in part because of his genially uncomplicated view of horror as a genre with unambiguous traditions and undiminished vitality."
—Gary K. Wolfe
LOCUS #512, September 2003

 "Needless to say this volume deserves to be on everyone's shelf."
—Steve Lockley
PRISM, November 2003

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