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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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 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
 
[97] The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Nineteen (2008)
Edited with an Introduction by Stephen Jones

(a) Robinson Publishing, UK • tp • £7.99
ISBN: 978-1-84529-833-3

(b) (b) Robinson Publishing/Running Press • tp • $13.95
ISBN: 978-0-7624-3397-1

The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Nineteen
Cover by Carlos Castro

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The World Fantasy Award, British Fantasy Award and International Horror Guild Award-winning series. This new volume of the world's most acclaimed Year's Best Horror series includes a masterful selection of the finest supernatural short stories and terrifying novellas from many of the biggest names and most exciting newcomers currently working in the genre. Also containing the most comprehensive overview of the year in horror in all its many fascinating forms, a detailed necrology of famous names, and a list of useful contact addresses for the dedicated reader and working writer alike, The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror remains the world's longest-running annual anthology dedicated solely to presenting the best in contemporary horror fiction.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS  
INTRODUCTION: HORROR IN 2007 The Editor
THE THINGS HE SAID Michael Marshall Smith
THE CHURCH ON THE ISLAND Simon Kurt Unsworth
THE TWILIGHT EXPRESS Christopher Fowler
PEEP Ramsey Campbell
FROM AROUND HERE Tim Pratt
PUMPKIN NIGHT Gary McMahon
THE OTHER VILLAGE Simon Strantzas
13 O'CLOCK Mike O'Driscoll
STILL WATER Joel Lane
THUMBPRINT Joe Hill
LANCASHIRE Nicholas Royle
THE ADMIRAL'S HOUSE Marc Lecard
MAN, YOU GOTTA SEE THIS! Tony Richards
THE FISHERMAN David A. Sutton
THE CHILDREN OF MONTE ROSA Reggie Oliver
THE WITCH'S HEADSTONE Neil Gaiman
CALICO BLACK, CALICO BLUE Joel Knight
THIS RICH EVIL SOUND Steven Erikson
MISS ILL-KEPT RUNT Glen Hirshberg
DEADMAN'S ROAD Joe R. Lansdale
A GENTLEMAN FROM MEXICO Mark Samuels
LOSS Tom Piccirilli
BEHIND THE CLOUDS: IN FRONT OF THE SUN Christopher Harman
THE APE'S WIFE Caitlín R. Kiernan
TIGHT WRAPPERS Conrad Williams
COLD SNAP Kim Newman
NECROLOGY: 2007 Stephen Jones & Kim Newman
USEFUL ADDRESSES  

Winner of the 2009 British Fantasy Award

Reviews

"It speaks to not only the skill of the individual writers, but the dedication of the editor that lesser known but hugely talented authors are included here . . . the variety of horror fiction on offer within is brilliant; from dark fantasy, ghost yarns and visions of the apocalypse to stories that build on the Lovecraft mythos, there are a lot of gems awaiting discovery."
—Justine Warwick
RUE MORGE #86, January/February 2009

"Features many superlative tales."
—Mario Guslandi
SF SITE, January 2009

"Stephen Jones is almost certainly the hardest-working editor in horror publishing . . . this, the nineteenth volume of the one truly indispensable annual horror anthology. 2008's edition featured short prose from many of the usual suspects—but what suspects! Cutting-edge talents like Joe Hill, superb-but-underrated craftsmen and women like Caitlín R. Kiernan, and acclaimed authors like Neil Gaiman are all contained here, along with a host of others. And Jones himself contributes his usual thoughtful, comprehensive review of the genre in various media across the world, as well as a unique necrology. Best New Horror is an almost too obvious choice for this list, as it can be recommended every year without reservations. But try to imagine a world without it—now that would be really horrifying."
—'The Top 8 Comics and Books of 2008' by Joseph McCabe
FEARnet, December 23, 2008

"Cannibals, the walking dead and serial killers do feature in the 26 stories, but there are also more subtle chills, and most stories raise a shiver through style and atmosphere rather than explicit nastiness . . . Few of the stories are likely to be familiar to any but the most dedicated readers, and certainly not to the casual bookstore browser."
—Lisa Tuttle
THE TIMES BOOKS, October 25, 2008

"I cannot recommend The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror highly enough . . . there is enough dripping dark stuff here, in the form of ghost stories, weird tales and menacingly fantastic fables, to satisfy the appetite of the fattest and hungriest horror geek."
—Mathew F. Riley
BOOKGEEKS.WORDPRESS.COM, October 2, 2008

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