Stephen Jones is a Guest
of Honour at the 2004 World Horror Convention
April 8—11, 2004, Embassy Suites Phoenix North Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona USA.
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Photo © 2003 Cheryl Morgan
Agent Dorothy Lumley and Stephen Jones celebrate the latter's 50th birthday (FantasyCon, Stafford, 2003)
The 14th UK Paperback &Amp; Pulp Bookfair will be held on Sunday, 19th October 2003
10:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.
THE PARK PLAZA HOTEL
239 Vauxhall Bridge Road
(next to Victoria Station)
ADMISSION: 2.50 pounds
Dealer Tables: 45.00 pounds each
Huge number of
paperbacks and pulps. Horror, SF, Fantasy, Crime, TV and Film related, Western,
Adventure, Vintage, Penguins, Pans, comics, ephemera and guides.
Early afternoon signings (subject to commitment):
SYDNEY J. BOUNDS, PAT CADIGAN, SIMON CLARK, ERNEST DUDLEY, SIMON R. GREEN,
STEPHEN GALLAGHER, PHILIP E. HIGH, GRAHAM JOYCE, STEPHEN LAWS, KIM NEWMAN, FREDERICK
NOLAN, MICHAEL MARSHALL SMITH and BRIAN STABLEFORD.
MIKE ASHLEY, PHILIP HARBOTTLE, STEVE HOLLAND, STEPHEN JONES, HUGH LAMB and
LES EDWARDS and SAM PEFFER.
Times to be confirmed.
For more information contact either:
R. Wardzinski Tel: 01202 849 212
M. Flanagan Tel: 01373 865371
Stephen Jones is holding contributors' copies for the following:
The Estate of H. Warner Munn
UK writer Mike Grace
UK artist Tom Campbell
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of these individuals or their
representatives please contact: email@example.com
Jones has announced that he is now reading for the fifteenth volume of THE
MAMMOTH BOOK OF BEST NEW HORROR, which will be published
as a trade paperback in the UK by Robinson and in the USA by Carroll & Graf
is a REPRINT anthology. He is looking for horror and dark fantasy stories
and novellas, either supernatural or psychological, which were FIRST PUBLISHED
between December 2002 and December 2003. Electronic publication is acceptable,
but all submissions should be either in manuscript, galley or photocopy format.
No e-mail submissions.
in the book is obviously limited and the competition is tough, so only the
most exemplary fiction will be chosen. Do not send multiple submissions, only
what you consider your best work. Even if you think it
may have already been seen by the editor, if in doubt send another copy anyway.
a brief covering letter with your name and address, giving your bio/bibliographical
information and details of publication. Also include an e-mail address if
you want to be notified when the book is full. All material received will
be considered disposable. The deadline for receiving stories is February
1st, 2004. You will be contacted after that date if your story has been accepted.
Payment is on publication.
MAMMOTH BOOK OF BEST NEW HORROR also includes an extensive annual overview
of the previous year in horror. To be aware of material published (especially
from the small press), the editor needs to have seen it. This
includes novels, collections, anthologies, poetry, art books, reference works,
magazines and chapbooks covering fiction, non-fiction and films. All appropriate
titles received will get a mention in the "Introduction",
publishers may also be listed in the book's "Useful Addresses" section.
material for inclusion should be sent to: "The Mammoth Book
of Best New Horror #15", c/o 130 Park View,
Wembley, Middx HA9 6JU, England. The
editor and publishers are not responsible for any material that goes missing.
MAMMOTH BOOK OF BEST NEW HORROR VOLUME FOURTEEN is available in bookstores
next month. It includes fiction by Ramsey Campbell, Basil Copper, Stephen
Gallagher, Glen Hirshberg, Brian Hodge, Graham Joyce,
Caitlin Kiernan, Kelly Link, Paul McAuley, China Miéville, Kim Newman, Nicholas
Royle, Jay Russell, David J. Schow, Jeff VanderMeer and many others.
There was a signing at Dark Delicacies bookstore, Burbank, California, on June 21st, 2003:
Photo © 2003 Mandy Slater
Back Row (left to right): George Clayton Johnson, Glen Hirshberg, film director
Adam Simon, John Skipp and Peter Atkins.
Front Row: Dennis Etchison and friend, Mick Garris, Nancy Holder, Lisa Morton
and editor Stephen Jones
Photo © 2003 Mandy Slater
Contributors Mick Garris, Lisa Morton, Glen Hirshberg and editor Stephen Jones.
of Horror's Best" —Publishers Weekly
Stephen Jones has delivered the fourteenth volume of the
award-winning THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF BEST NEW HORROR series to Constable &
Robinson in the UK and Carroll & Graf in the USA, for publication around
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.
with the editor's 30,000-word annual overview of the genre, an
extensive Necrology by Jones and Kim Newman, and a useful list of contact
addresses, the 225,000 word-showcase devoted exclusively to excellence in
macabre fiction features the following short stories and novellas by
today's finest exponents of horror fiction:
|October in the Chair
|| NEIL GAIMAN (from CONJUNCTIONS 39: THE NEW WAVE FABULISTS)|
|| CHINA MIÉVILLE (from THE CHILDREN OF CTHULHU: CHILLING NEW TALES INSPIRED BY H.P. LOVECRAFT)|
|The Wretched Thicket of Thorn
|| DON TUMASONIS (from ALL HALLOWS 29, February 2002)|
|The Absolute Last of the Ultra-Spooky, Super-Scary Hallowe'en Horror Nights
|| DAVID J. SCHOW (from THE SPOOK, Issue No.6, January 2002)|
|| NICHOLAS ROYLE (from THIRTEEN)|
|Little Dead Girl Singing
|| STEPHEN GALLAGHER (from WEIRD TALES, Issue #327, Spring 2002)|
|| BRIAN HODGE (from LIES & UGLINESS)|
|The Two Sams
|| GLEN HIRSHBERG (from DARK TERRORS 6: THE GOLLANCZ BOOK OF HORROR)|
|| JAY RUSSELL (from STRANGER: DARK TALES OF EERIE ENCOUNTERS)|
|| RAMSEY CAMPBELL (from THE SPOOK, July 2002)|
|Ill Met by Daylight
|| BASIL COPPER (from COLD HAND ON MY SHOULDER)|
|| KELLY LINK (from CATSKIN: A SWADDLED ZINE and MCSWEENY'S QUARTERLY, Winter 2002-03)|
|20th Century Ghost
|| JOE HILL (from HIGH PLAINS LITERARY REVIEW, Vol. XVII, No.1-3, 2002)|
|| KIM NEWMAN (from J.K. POTTER'S EMBRACE THE MUTATION)|
|The Boy Behind the Gate
|| JAMES VAN PELT (from DARK TERRORS 6: THE GOLLANCZ BOOK OF HORROR)|
|Nor the Demons Down Under the Sea
|| CAITLÍN R. KIERNAN (from THE CHILDREN OF CTHULHU: CHILLING NEW TALES INSPIRED BY H.P. LOVECRAFT)|
|The Coventry Boy
|| GRAHAM JOYCE (from THE THIRD ALTERNATIVE, Issue 32, Autumn 2002)|
|The Prospect Cards
|| DON TUMASONIS (from DARK TERRORS 6: THE GOLLANCZ BOOK OF HORROR)|
|| JEFF VANDERMEER (from CITY OF SAINTS AND MADMEN)|
|Dr. Pretorius and the Lost Temple
|| PAUL MCAULEY (from SCIFICTION, September 2002)|
2003 INTERNATIONAL HORROR GUILD awards recognizing outstanding achievements
in the field of horror and dark fantasy from the year 2002 were announced
May 23, 2003.
DARK TERRORS 6: THE GOLLANCZ BOOK OF HORROR edited by Stephen Jones and David
Sutton and published by Victor Gollancz won two awards: "Best Anthology" and "Best
Short Form" for 'The Prospect Cards' by Don Tumasonis.
JONES will be signing copies of DARK TERRORS 6 (Victor Gollancz, import), KEEP
OUT THE NIGHT (PS Publishing, import) and THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF
BEST NEW HORROR #13 (Carroll & Graf) at:
4213 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505
from 2:00 p.m. on SATURDAY, JUNE 21st.
will hopefully be joined by local contributors to the above anthologies,
including MICK GARRIS, DENNIS ETCHISON, GLEN HIRSHBERG,
LISA MORTON and others,
plus friends and colleagues.
signings at Dark Delicacies always turn into a party, so come along and meet
one of horror's most acclaimed editors (but don't try to sell him any stories!),
get your books signed, and have some fun.
pre-order signed copies, call the store on 818-556-6660 or e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Jones will be attending The 3rd Windy City Pulp & Paperback Convention being held in Chicago over April 4-6, 2003. Situated at The Radisson Lincolnwood,
4500 West Touhy Avenue, Lincolnwood, IL 60123, USA
(Tel: 847-667 1234), the convention focuses on pulps, illustration, magazines
and art books with a huge showroom for dealers and an impressive art room. Gusts
of Honour include legendary authors Hugh B. Cave and Frank
M. Robinson, and membership for all three days costs just $25.00.
For more information contact: www.pulpshow.com
or e-mail email@example.com