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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
2020
[154] The Art of Pulp Horror
Dead Trouble & Other Ghost Stories
[153] The Lovecraft Squad: Rising
2019
[152] Gaslight, Ghosts, & Ghouls
Fantastic Fictioneers Volume Two
[151] Terrifying Tales to Tell at Night
[150] Best New Horror Volume 29
Black Moon
2018
[149] The Lovecraft Squad: Dreaming
Dark Mirages
[148] MBO Halloween Stories
[147] Best New Horror Volume 28
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
 
[154]  The Art of Pulp Horror: An Illustrated History (2020)
Edited by Stephen Jones
Foreword by Robert Silverberg

(a) Elephant Book Company Limited/Applause Theatre & Cinema Books/The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, USA • hc • $40.00
ISBN 978-1-5400-3297-3

The Art of Pulp Horror: An Illustrated History (2020)
Cover by Norman Saunders

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This remarkable companion to the award-winning volumes The Art of Horror and The Art of Horror Movies, from the same creative team behind those acclaimed illustrated volumes, looks at the sexy, sleazy, and sensational subject matter in books, magazines, comics, and movies, that has helped to shape modern horror. Although often associated with cheapness and low quality, pulp fiction and filmmaking have influenced the way we live for more than a century. Many respected authors and artists worked for the pulp and paperback markets, while films made for the low budget or youth markets are now rightly regarded as classics as they continue to inspire the movies and television we watch today. Profusely illustrated with more than 800 rare and unique images from around the world—including book and magazine covers, interior illustrations, movie posters, comic books, promotional items, tie-ins, and previously unpublished artwork commissioned especially for this book—this handsome volume charts the history of escapist horror and the individuals who created it. Compiled by multiple award-winning writer and editor Stephen Jones, and with a Foreword by prolific and acclaimed author Robert Silverberg, this visual history brings together insightful and revelatory commentary from some of the genre's most highly esteemed experts. The Art of Pulp Horror is a stunning and informative guide to how, for over 100 years, we have enthusiastically embraced and exploited the gratuitous and the gory into our popular culture.

FOREWORD: THOSE GAUDY PULPS! Robert Silverberg
INTRODUCTION: PULP FRICTION Stephen Jones
PENNY DREADFULS Sarah Cleary
PRE-CODE HORRORS Richard Harland Smith
THE SHUDDER PULPS Mike Ashley
POVERTY ROW Gregory William Mank
SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT Barry Forshaw
DRIVE-IN DELINQUENTS Lisa Morton
PULP FICTION Justin Marriott
EXPLOITATION EXPLOSION Christopher Fowler
BOOM AND BUST Stefan Dziemianowicz
CONTRIBUTOR BIOS  
INDEX  
ART CREDITS/ACKNOWLEDGMENTS  

Reviews

"(The book collects hundreds of high-quality pieces of art and is a must-have for both horror historians and connoisseurs of horror art . . . Every image has been lovingly sourced and is presented with the year it was produced and the artist whenever possible. The whole book feels like a museum exhibition on pulp horror, you can all but read the placards and easily imagine standing in a gallery organised just so . . . Altogether, this is a stunning collection of art. In a world of modern graphic design and safer, often formulaic art decisions it's a real treat to see the outlandish ideas that came before. Editor Stephen Jones has even taken things a step further in including several modern pieces of art sprinkled throughout which pay homage to pulp horror and really drive home the extent to which pulp has inspired creators the world over. If you're interested in understanding the history of the genre and its evolution The Art of Pulp Horror deserves a place on your shelf."
—Kyle Holl
HORRORBUZZ.COM, September 23, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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