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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
Conversations with the Weird Tales Circle
[101] The Dead That Walk
[100] MBO Best New Horror Volume 20
[99] Conan's Brethren: The Classic Heroes
Hellbound Hearts
British Crime Writing: An Encyclopedia
[98] Coraline: A Visual Companion
2008
The October Country
Prince of Stories: The Many Worlds of Neil Gaiman
[97] MBO Best New Horror Volume 19
Zombie CSU: The Forensics of the Living Dead
A Lovecraft Retrospective
[96] Necronomicon: The Best Weird Tales of H.P. Lovecraft
[95] Basil Copper: A Life In Books
2007
[94] H.P. Lovecraft in Britain
[93] MBO Best New Horror Volume 18
The Horror in the Museum
[92] Stardust: The Visual Companion
[91] MBO Monsters
[90] Summer Chills
Postscripts 10
[89] Travellers In Darkness
[88] The Mark of the Beast
2006
Le livre des livres de Stephen King
Shrouded By Darkness
British Fantasy Society: A Celebration
[87] MBO Best New Horror Volume 17
[86] Tales To Freeze the Blood
Horror: The Definitive Guide
[85] H.P. Lovecraft's Book of the Supernatural
World of Hurt
Clinically Dead and Other Tales
Cinema Macabre
[84] The Complete Chronicles of Conan
2005
King Kong
Supernatural Literature of the World
[83] Weird Shadows Over Innsmouth
[82] MBO Best New Horror Volume 16
[81] Horror: Another 100 Best Books
[80] Sea Kings of Mars and Otherworldly Stories
The King of the Hill
[79] Don't Turn Out the Light
 
Books Published Between:
   2004–2000
   1999–1977
 
[80] Sea-Kings of Mars and Otherworldly Stories (2005)
by Leigh Brackett
Edited with an Afterword by Stephen Jones

(a) Gollancz "Fantasy Masterworks", UK • tp • £9.99
ISBN: 0-575-07689-5

Sea-Kings of Mars and Otherworldly Stories (2005)
Cover by Les Edwards

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Ancient Mars: a world covered with water, with great cities and bustling quays built on the shores of timeless seas, where a rugged hero armed with a broadsword and limitless courage could seek hidden treasures and defy the gods themselves. Modern Mars: a dried-up, dying world, where desperate Earthmen compete with the last Martians and other alien races for lost knowledge and hidden power. And sometimes, in very special circumstance, these two worlds collide . . . Here, together for the first time, are the very best of Leigh Brackett's evocative stories of Mars and Venus.

MAP OF MARS David Senior
INTRODUCTION: LETTING MY IMAGINATION GO  
THE SORCERER OF RHIANNON  
THE JEWEL OF BAS  
TERROR OUT OF SPACE  
LORELEI OF THE RED MIST (with Ray Bradbury)
THE MOON THAT VANISHED  
SEA KINGS OF MARS  
QUEEN OF THE MARTIAN CATACOMBS  
ENCHANTRESS OF VENUS  
BLACK AMAZON OF MARS  
THE LAST DAYS OF SHANDAKOR  
THE TWEENER  
THE ROAD TO SINHARAT  
AFTERWORD: THE ENCHANTRESS OF WORLDS Stephen Jones

Nominated for the 2006 British Fantasy Award

Reviews

 "For sheer exotic storytelling in prose which has something in common with Hammett and Chandler, you can"t beat Leigh Brackett. If you like M. John Harrison's and China Miéville's science fantasy, you"ll enjoy these stories just as much. I can"t say how pleased I am to see Brackett back in print."
—Michael Moorcock
AMAZON.CO.UK, August 2005

 "Over 600 pages of major Brackett stories set on Mars and Venus (plus one extra solar tale)  . . . Sea-Kings delivers what it promises: wonderfully moody, broodingly spare, indefatigably romantic adventures located on the wild frontiers of a solar system Brackett, from the vantage of the 1940s and '50s, could still imagine as widely habitable."
—Nick Gevers
LOCUS #537, October 2005
 

 

 

 

 

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