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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
2017
Tanith by Choice
[146] The Solar Pons Companion #7
[145] The Lovecraft Squad: Waiting
The Fantastical Art of Jim Pitts
[144] The Art of Horror Movies
[143] The Complete Adventures of Solar Pons Volume II
[142] The Complete Adventures of Solar Pons Volume I
Weinberg Tales
[141] Best New Horror Volume 27
[140] The Lovecraft Squad: All Hallows Horror
2016
The Art of the B-Movie Poster!
[139] A Little Ochre Book of Occult Stories
2015
[138] Darker Terrors
[137] Best New Horror Volume 26
Skeleton Crew
[136] The Cell & Other Transmorphic Tales
[135] Fengriffin & Other Gothic Tales
[134] Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear
[133] The Art of Horror: An Illustrated History
[132] Zombie Apocalypse! Acapulcalypse Now
The Rats
2014
[131] Zombie Apocalypse! Endgame
[130] MBO Best New Horror Volume 25
The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings
[129] Zombie Apocalypse! Washington Deceased
[128] Zombie Apocalypse! Horror Hospital
2013
[127] Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth
[126] Flotsam Fantastique
The Monster Club
[125] Psycho-Mania!
[124] MBO Best New Horror Volume 24
[123] Fearie Tales: Stories of the Grimm and Gruesome
Necropolis
The Great White Space
2012
[122] The Lost Novels of Bram Stoker
Remember Why You Fear Me: The Best Dark Fiction of Robert Shearman
The Curse of the Fleers
[121] Zombie Apocalypse! Fightback
[120] MBO Best New Horror Volume 23
[119] Curious Warnings: The Great Ghost Stories of M.R. James 150th Anniversary Edition
2011
Harvey Horrors Collected Works: Tomb of Terror Volume One
[118] Scream Quietly: The Best of Charles L. Grant
[117] Masters of the Weird Tale: Old Time Weird Tales & Quality Horror Stories
Die Stadt der singenden Flamme: Gesammelte Erzählungen Band 1
[116] Haunts: Reliquaries of the Dead
[115] MBO Best New Horror Volume 22
[114] A Book of Horrors
[113] Eldritch Tales: A Miscellany of the Macabre
Portents
Encyclopedia of the Vampire
2010
[112] Visitants
[111] Zombie Apocalypse!
Stranger in the House
[110] MBO Best New Horror Volume 21
[109] Song of the Necromancer
[108] The Singer in the Mist
[107] Hallowe'en in a Suburb
[106] Pelican Cay
[105] Darkness, Mist & Shadow, Vol. 2
[104] Darkness, Mist & Shadow, Vol. 1
[103] MBO Best Of Best New Horror
[102] Brighton Shock!
 
Books Published Between:
   2009–2005
   2004–2000
   1999–1977
 
[111] Zombie Apocalypse! (2010)
Created by Stephen Jones

(a) Robinson Publishing, UK • tp • £7.99
ISBN 978-1-84901-303-1
(2nd printing, November 2010 • £7.99)
(3rd printing, May 2011 • £7.99)
(4th printing, October 2011 • £7.99)
(5th printing, February 2012 • £7.99)
(6th printing, 2013 • £7.99)
(7th printing, 2013 • £7.99)

Zombie Apocalypse! (2010)
Cover by Joe Roberts

(b) Running Press, USA • tp • $13.95
ISBN 978-0-7624-4001-6
(2nd printing, January 2011 • $14.95)
(3rd printing, May 2011 • $14.95)
(4th printing, February 2012 • $14.95)
[Note: This is erroneously marked "5th" in the book.]

(5th printing, 2013 • $14.95)
(6th printing, 2013 • $14.95)

Zombie Apocalypse! (2010)
Cover by Joe Roberts

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(c) Azbooka-Atticus, Russia (2012) • hc
ISBN 978-5-389-02238-6

Zombie Apocalypse! (2010)
 

The end of the world—with flesh-eating zombies! In the near future, a desperate and ever-more controlling UK government attempts to restore a sense of national pride with a New Festival of Britain. But construction work on the site of an old church in South London releases a centuries-old plague that turns its victims into flesh-hungry ghouls whose bite or scratch passes on the contagion—a supernatural virus which has the power to revive the dead—on to others. "The Death" soon sweeps across London and the whole country falls into chaos. A drastic attempt to eradicate the outbreak at source fails, the plague spreads quickly to mainland Europe and the rest of the world. Told through a series of interconnected eyewitness narratives—text messages, e-mails, blogs, letters, diaries and transcripts—this is an epic story of a world plunged into chaos as the dead battle the living for total domination. Will humanity triumph over the worldwide zombie plague, or will the walking dead inherit the Earth?

THINGS PAST Michael Marshall Smith
INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS #1 Mandy Slater
DEAD GROUND ZERO Christopher Fowler
INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS #2 Mandy Slater
SPECIAL POWERS Paul Finch
INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS #3 Mandy Slater
DIARY ENTRY #1 Sarah Pinborough
INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS #4 Mandy Slater
DEAD DI AND THE ZOMBIE KING Jo Fletcher
INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS #5 Mandy Slater
RINGS AROUND THE ROSES John Llewellyn Probert
INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS #6 Mandy Slater
TWEETS OF THE DEAD Jay Russell
AUTOMATED REPLY Mandy Slater
DIARY ENTRY #2 Sarah Pinborough
EMERGENCY SERVICE #1 Mandy Slater
MINUTES OF MEETING Kim Newman
THEY'RE COMING TO GET YOU! Lisa Morton
EMERGENCY SERVICE #2 Mandy Slater
LETTERS FROM A TOWER Tanith Lee
NEWS FRONT PAGE #1 Mandy Slater
THE TREATMENT Paul McAuley
NEWS FRONT PAGE #2 Mandy Slater
DIARY ENTRY #3 Sarah Pinborough
DEAD LINK Mandy Slater
PASTOR PAT ON THE 700 CLUB Kim Newman
ZMBS Tim Lebbon
NEWSFLASH Peter Crowther
WASTING MATILDA Robert Hood
WEBCAM EXCHANGE Peter Crowther
WE'LL TAKE MANHATTAN Pat Cadigan
'THE LONGEST DISTANCE BETWEEN TWO PLACES' BY WILL HOLLOWAY Peter Crowther
THE REIGN OF SANTA MUERTE Mark Samuels
THE SHOW MUST GO ON Peter Atkins
ZOMBIE NOVELTY TRACKS Kim Newman
ARE WE NOT A NEW PEOPLE? Scott Edelman
EPILOGUE: THE QUEEN'S CHRISTMAS SPEECH Kim Newman

Nominated for the 2011 British Fantasy Award

Reviews

"A phenomenal undertaking . . . Zombie Apocalypse! is a great read for any zombie fan."
—David Madddox SF SITE, March 2011

"Zombie Apocalypse! is a mix of horror and science fiction, with added supernatural elements . . . It's a scary read, reminding me of The Andromeda Strain and other convincing post-apocalyptic novels. Highly recommended."
—Peter Coleborn
BFS JOURNAL: PRISM, Spring 2011

"Not since reading Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell's From Hell have I been so fascinated by the back-story, and here Stephen Jones must be commended . . . the supernatural undertones run throughout our Capital's history just like the River Thames itself."
—Christopher Teague
BFS JOURNAL: PRISM, Spring 2011

"This book is a very unique and exciting concept. Rather than just having a number of short pieces of unrelated fictional stories with a zombie theme, Jones has gone for a seamless stream of shorts from dozens of authors in various formats . . . Overall, I found this to be one of the most original and entertaining Zombie books I've read lately."
—Scott Wilson
THE FRINGE MAGAZINE, March 5, 2011

"Clever, gruesome, poignant and pacy . . . creator and editor Stephen Jones marshals the talents of a score of noted genre authors, eliciting contributions that play to the strengths of each . . . it's hard to avoid this book's clutches—much like the shambling corpses that fill its pages."
—James Lovegrove
FINANCIAL TIMES: LIFE & ARTS, October 23/October 24, 2010

"Stephen Jones's carefully woven tale of the outbreak of Human Reanimation Virus (HRV) is moving, funny, terrifying and strikingly original. It's a clever, confident take on a well-trodden genre and it deserves to be read—and not just by those who'd be attracted to a book called Zombie Apocalypse! . . . Zombie mythology is expanded and developed in a mix of the personal, political and socio-cultural . . . compulsive reading."
—Rosie Fletcher
SFX MAGAZINE, December 2010

"A rip rollicking tale of a zombie apocalypse that is one of the most imaginative and innovative iterations of our current obsession with everybody's favourite brain munching monster, and kudos to Stephen Jones for making it happen."
—Peter Tennant
BLACK STATIC Issue 19, Oct-Nov 2010

"I think having multiple authors was entirely the right decision. There is one world, and one event, but each author has the opportunity to have his or her character tell a bit of the story from their point of view. This technique works well, and the reader really gets the feeling that all these disparate voices have been pulled together to create the story . . . It seems likely that some will compare this anthology with World War Z by Max Brooks. I've read both, and I think that they are distinctly different. Zombie Apocalypse ends on what I think many would consider a very downbeat note. It struck me that there aren't really any happy endings. The authors have successfully captured the claustrophobia and impending disaster that I have always associated with zombies. There is an inevitability about them that I have always considered creepy. You can run but eventually they will wear you down."
—THE ELOQUENT PAGE


Animated Short Film of Neil Gaiman's Story, Illustrated by Les Edwards. From the book 'Zombie Apocalypse! Fightback', created by Stephen Jones.

Photo © 2010 Lisa Morton
Lisa Morton and Peter Atkins signing at Dark Delicacies, Burbank, California, December 18, 2010
Lisa Morton and Peter Atkins signing at Dark Delicacies, Burbank, California, December 18, 2010.
Photo © 2010 Jamie-Lee Nardone
Back Row: Paul McAuley, Michael Marshall Smith, Mandy Slater and Mark Samuels; Front Row: Stephen Jones, Pat Cadigan and Christopher Fowler.
Back Row: Paul McAuley, Michael Marshall Smith, Mandy Slater and Mark Samuels; Front Row: Stephen Jones, Pat Cadigan and Christopher Fowler.
Photo © 2010 Paul McAuley

Photo © 2010
Sarah Pinborough and Mandy Slater at the book launch at FantasyCon 2010
Sarah Pinborough and Mandy Slater at the book launch at FantasyCon 2010

FANTASYCON 2010, NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND
Promo for signing at Fantasycon 2010, Nottingham, England

 

Zombie Apocalypse!

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