Bibliography

BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX:
Novels
Anthologies & Collections
Novelizations & Tie-ins
Short Fiction
Nonfiction & Miscellaneous
Saint-Germain by Publication Date
Saint-Germain, Olivia and Madelaine titles in Historical Order

Novels

AGAINST THE BROTHERHOOD: approx. 110,000 words, historical suspense novel, 1st in the Mycroft Holmes series with and via Bill Fawcett Illinois as "Quinn Fawcett", 1st publication Tor/Forge Books hardcover New York 1997.  Reprint:   Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1998.  Foreign:  Spanish, Russian, Japanese.  Media: reading on tape.

ARIOSTO: approx. 125,000 words, alternate world fantasy novel, 1st publication PocketBooks mass market paperback New York 1980.  Reprint:  Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1987.  Foreign:  French (two editions), Polish. 

BAD MEDICINE: see OGILVIE, TALLANT & MOON

A BAROQUE FABLE: approx. 95,000 words, comic fantasy novel with music, 1st publication Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1986. 

BEASTNIGHTS: approx. 90,000 words, contemporary horror novel, 1st publication Popular Library/Warner Books mass market paperback New York 1989.  Foreign:  Romanian.  

BETTER IN THE DARK: approx 165,000 words, historical horror novel, 8th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1993.  Reprint:  Tor/Orb Books trade paperback New York 1995.  Foreign:  Russian.  Film option:  1993-5, renewed 1996-8. 

BLOOD GAMES: approx. 185,000 words, historical horror novel, 3rd in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication St. Martin's Press hardcover New York 1980.  Reprint:  Signet/New American Library mass market paperback New York 1980.  Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1988.  Warner Books mass-market paperback New York 2004. E-Reads e-book edition 2010.  Bookclubs: Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild.  Foreign: Russian, German, Italian.  Film option: 1986-8, renewed 1988-90, 1990-5, 1996-8. 

BLOOD ROSES: approx 176,000 words, historical horror novel, 11th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1998.  Reprint: Tor/Orb Books trade paperback New York 1999.  Film option: 1998. 

BORNE IN BLOOD: approx 115,000 words, historical horror novel, 20th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor hardcover, New York 2007 Reprint: Tor/Forge Books trade paperback 2009.

BURNING SHADOWS:  23rd in the Saint-Germain cycle, approx. 110,000, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover and e-book New York  2009.  Reprint Tor/Forge Books trade paperback, 2011.

A CANDLE FOR D'ARTAGNAN: approx. 185,000 words, historical horror novel, 3rd in the Olivia series, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1989.  Reprint:  Tor/Orb Books trade paperback New York 1994. Tor e-book edition 2012. Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild.

CAT'S CLAW: approx. 90,000 words, suspense novel, 4th in the Charles Spotted Moon series, 1st publication Berkley/Jove Books mass market paperback New York 1992.  Reprint: Ramble House trade paperback, Georgia, 2008.

CHARITY, COLORADO: approx 85,000 words, western novel, sequel to THE LAW IN CHARITY, 1st publication M. Evans Publishers hardcover New York 1992.

COME TWILIGHT: approx. 170,000 words, historical horror novel,13th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover and e-book New York 2000. Reprint: Tor/Forge trade paperback New York 2001. 

COMMEDIA DELLA MORTE: approx.  110,000 words  historical horror novel, 25th  in the Saint-Germain Cycle.  1st publication Tor Books hardcover and e-book New York 2012.

COMMUNION BLOOD: approx. 165,000 words, historical horror novel, 12th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover and e-book New York 1999.  Reprint: Tor/Forge trade paperback New York 2000.

CROWN OF EMPIRE: approx 75,000 words, science fiction novel in collaboration with David Drake, 1st publication Baen Books mass market paperback New York via Bill Fawcett Associates Illinois1993. 

CRUSADER'S TORCH: approx. 160,000 words, historical horror novel, 2nd in the Olivia series, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1988.  Reprint:  Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1989. Tor e-book edition 2012. Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild.

A DANGEROUS CLIMATE: approx110,000 words, historical horror novel, 22nd in the Saint-Germain Cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover and e-book New York 2008.  Reprint: Tor/Forge trade paperback New York 2010.

DARKER JEWELS: approx 180,000 words, historical horror novel, 7th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1993.  Reprint:  Tor/Orb Books trade paperback New York 1995.  Foreign: Russian.  Film option:  1993-5, renewed 1996-8.


DARK OF THE SUN
: approx 130,000 words, historical horror novel. 17th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York, 2004.  Reprint Tor/Forge Books trade paperback New York 2005. 

DEATH TO SPIES: approx 100,000 words, period suspense novel with and via Bill Fawcett, Illinois, as "Quinn Fawcett". 1st in the Ian Fleming series, 1st publication, Tor/Forge Books New York 2002. 

DEATH WEARS A CROWN: approx 100,000 words, historical mystery novel, with and via Bill Fawcett Illinois as "Quinn Fawcett", 2nd Victoire Vernet mystery, 1st publication Avon Books mass market paperback New York 1993. Reprint: Event Horizon e-book edition, 2013. 

AN EMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES: approx 105,000 words, historical horror novel, 24th in the Saint-Germain Cycle. 1st publication Tor Books hardcover and e-book New York 2011. 

EMBASSY ROW: approx 110,000 words, historical suspense novel with and via Bill Fawcett Illinois as "Quinn Fawcett", 2nd in the Mycroft Holmes series, 1st publication Tor/Forge Books hardcover New York 1998.  Reprint:  Tor Books mass market paperback 1999. 

FALSE DAWN: approx 87,000 words, science fiction novel, 1st publication Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1978.  Reprint:  Warner Books mass market paperback New York 1979.  Babage Press trade paperback California 2002.  Bookclubs:   Science Fiction, British Science Fiction.  Foreign:  British, Italian, French, German, Dutch, Polish.  E-Reads edition, 91,000 words, E-Reads New York 1213.

FALSE NOTES : see MUSIC WHEN SWEET VOICES DIE

A FEAST IN EXILE:  approx. 168,000 words, historical horror novel, 14th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover and e-book New York, 2001.  Reprint:  Forge trade paperback New York 2002.

FENICE: SOUL OF AN ANGEL: approx. 182,000 words, 2nd in the Brides of Dracula trilogy, 1st publication Avon Books hardcover New York via Swordsmith Productions Connecticut 1999.  Reprint:  Avon Books trade paperback 2000.

FIRECODE: approx 120,000 words, contemporary horror novel, 1st publication Popular Library/Warner Books mass market paperback New York 1987.  Film option: 1994-5. 

A FLAME IN BYZANTIUM: approx 150,000 words, historical horror novel, 1st in the Olivia series, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1986.  Reprint:  Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1988. Tor e-book edition 2012. Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild.  Foreign:  Thai, Italian (unauthorized).

FLOATING ILLUSIONS: approx. 50,000 words, young adult historical mystery, 1st publication Harper & Row hardcover New York 1985.  Award:   Mystery Writers of America scroll 1986. 

THE FLYING SCOTSMAN: approx 120,000 words, historical suspense novel with and via Bill Fawcett Illinois as "Quinn Fawcett", 3rd in the Mycroft Holmes series, 1st publication Tor/Forge Books hardcover New York 1999.  Reprint:  Tor Books trade paperback 2000.

FOUR HORSES FOR TISHTRY: approx 46,000 words, young adult historical adventure, 1st publication Harper & Row hardcover New York 1985.

THE GODFORSAKEN: approx. 135,000 words, historical horror novel, 1st publication Warner Books mass market paperback New York 1983.  Reprint as LOST PRINCE Borderlands Press Maryland 2007. Film option:  1989. 

HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA: approx 97,000 words, historical horror novel, 1st in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication St. Martin's Press hardcover New York 1978.  Reprint:  Signet/New American Library mass market paperback New York 1979.  Revised edition, 101,000 words Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1987.  Stealth Press hardcover California and New York, 2001.  Warner Books mass-market paperback New York 2003.  E-Reads e-book edition 2010. Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild, Swedish.  Foreign:  British, Taiwanese (unauthorized), Polish, Swedish, French, Dutch, German, Russian, Italian, Romanian, Spanish.  Media:  Film option:  1986-88, renewed 1988-90, 1990-5, 1996-8, 1998-2001.  Miniseries/film option: 2005-8.  Award: Miglior Romanzo Internazionale 32 Premio Italia, Fiuggi, March 2006.

HYACINTHS: approx 82,000 words, science fiction novel, 1st publication Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1983.  Foreign:  French, Spanish, Portuguese.

KELENE: THE ANGRY ANGEL: approx 158,000 words, 1st in the Brides of Dracula trilogy, 1st publication Avon Books hardcover New York via Swordsmith Productions, Connecticut 1998.  Reprint:   Avon trade paperback New York 1999.

THE LAW IN CHARITY: approx 80,000 words, western novel, 1st publication Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1989. Reprint: Oakledge Press e-book and trade paperback editions, 2014. 

LOCADIO'S APPRENTICE: approx. 45,000 words, young adult historical novel, 1st publication Harper & Row hardcover New York 1984.

LOST PRINCE: see THE GODFORSAKEN

THE MAKING OF AUSTRALIA Number 5: THE OUTBACK: approx. 90,000 words, series historical saga as "Terry Nelson Bonner", a Joan Hitzig McDonnel Book New York, Dell Books mass market paperback New York via Richard Gallen New York 1983.

MANSIONS OF DARKNESS: approx 170,000 words, historical horror novel, 9th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1996.  Reprint:  Tor/Orb Books trade paperback New York 1997.  Media:  Film option:  1996-8.

MIDNIGHT HARVEST: approx 175,000 words, historical horror novel, 16th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Warner hardcover, New York  2003.  Reprint: Warner Books mass market paperback, 2005. Tor e-book edition, 2012.

MONET'S GHOST: approx. 45,000 words, young adult historical fantasy, 1st publication Atheneum Press hardcover New York via Byron Preiss Visual Publications New York 1997. 

A MORTAL GLAMOUR: approx 90,000 words, historical horror novel, 1st publication Bantam Books mass market paperback New York 1985.  Restored reprint: 140,000 words,  Juno trade paperback, Maryland, 2007. 

MUSIC WHEN SWEET VOICES DIE: approx 86,000 words, suspense novel, 2nd in the Charles Spotted Moon series, 1st publication G. P. Putnam's Sons Red Mask Mystery hardcover New York 1979.  Reprint:  as FALSE NOTES Berkley/Jove Books mass market paperback New York 1990, with original title Ramble House trade paperback Georgia 2008

NAPOLEON MUST DIE: approx 98,000 words, historical suspense novel with and via Bill Fawcett Illinois as "Quinn Fawcett", 1st Victoire Vernet mystery, 1st publication Avon Books mass market paperback New York 1993. Reprint: Event Horizon e-book edition, 2013. 

NIGHT BLOOMING: approx 180,000 words, historical horror novel, 15th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Warner hardcover, New York 2002.  Reprint: Warner mass market paperback New York, 2004. Tor e-book edition, 2012.

NIGHT PILGRIMS: historical horror novel, 26th in the Saint-Germain Cycle. 1st publication Tor Books, hardcover and e-book, New York 2013.

NIMUAR'S LOSS: approx 65,000 words, fantasy novel, 1st in THE VILDECAZ TALENTS as "Camille Gabor", 1st publication Juno/Wildside Press trade paperback Maryland 2007. Avalerian Books e-book edition, November 2014.

OGILVIE, TALLANT & MOON: approx 66,000 words, suspense novel, 1st in the Charles Spotted Moon series, 1st publication G. P. Putnam's Sons Red Mask Mystery hardcover New York 1976.  Reprint:  as BAD MEDICINE Berkley/Jove Books mass market paperback New York 1990, with original title Ramble House trade paperback, Georgia, 2008

OUT OF THE HOUSE OF LIFE: approx 150.000 words, historical horror novel, tangential to the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1990.  Reprint:  Tor/Orb trade paperback New York 1994.  Foreign:  Dutch, Russian, French.  Film option: 1996-98.

THE PALACE: approx. 132,000 words, historical horror novel, 2nd in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication St. Martin's hardcover Press New York 1979.  Reprint:  Signet/New American Library mass market paperback New York 1980.  Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1988.  Stealth Press hardcover California and New York, 2002.  Warner Books mass-market paperback New York 2003. E-Reads e-book edition 2010. Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild.  Foreign:  British, Dutch, Russian, Italian, German, Romanian.  Media:  Film option:  1986-8, renewed 1988-90, 1990-95, 1996-8.

PATH OF THE ECLIPSE: approx. 138,000 words, historical horror novel, 4th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication St. Martin's Press hardcover New York 1981.  Reprint: Signet/New American Library mass market paperback New York 1981.  Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1989. Tor e-book edition 2012.  Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild.  Foreign: Russian, Italian.  Film option: 1986-8, renewed 1988-90, 1990-5, 1996-8.   

POISON FRUIT: approx 90,000 words, suspense novel, 3rd in the Charles Spotted Moon series, 1st publication Berkley/Jove Books mass market paperback New York 1991, Ramble House trade paperback, Georgia 2008.

ROMAN DUSK: approx. 120,000 words, historical horror novel, 19th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor hardcover New York,  2006.  Reprint: Tor/Forge trade paperback New York 2008.

THE SCOTTISH PLOY: approx. 110,000 words, historical suspense novel, with and via Bill Fawcett Illinois as "Quinn Fawcett", 4th in the Mycroft Holmes series, 1st publication Tor/Forge Books hardcover New York 2000.  Reprint:   Forge trade paperback New York 2001. 

SINS OF OMISSION: approx 81,000 words, contemporary horror novel, 1st publication, Signet/ New American Library mass market paperback New York 1980. 

STATES OF GRACE: approx 120,000 words, historical horror novel, 18th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication, Tor hardcover and e-book New York 2005.  Reprint: Forge/Tor trade paperback New York 2006.

TAJI'S SYNDROME: approx 110,000 words, biological horror novel, 1st publication Popular Library/Warner Books mass market paperback New York 1988. 

A TASTE OF WINE: approx 101,000 words, romantic suspense novel as "Vanessa Pryor", 1st publication PocketBooks mass market paperback New York via Richard Gallen New York 1982.  Reprint:  PocketBooks mass market paperback 1985.

TEMPTING FATE: approx 230,000 words, historical horror novel, 5th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication St. Martin's Press hardcover New York 1982.  Reprint:  Signet/New American Library mass market paperback  New York 1982.  Stealth Press hardcover California and New York, 2001. Tor e-book edition 2012. Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild.  Foreign: Russian, Italian.  Film option:  1986-88, renewed 1988-90, 1990-5, 1996-8.

TIME OF THE FOURTH HORSEMAN: approx 77,000 words, science fiction novel, 1st publication Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1976.  Reprint:  Ace Books mass market paperback  New York 1977, 1981.  Berkley Books mass market paperback  New York 1982.  Bookclubs:  British Science Fiction.  Foreign:  German, British, Dutch (unauthorized). 

TO THE HIGH REDOUBT: approx. 106,000 words, historical fantasy novel, 1st publication Popular Library/Warner Books mass market paperback New York 1985. E-Reads.com e-book edition 2010.

TROUBLE IN THE FOREST vol I: A Cold Summer Night: approx 87,000 words, historical horror novel as "Trystam Kith", 1st publication Thorndyke/Gale/Five Star hardcover Maine 2004, via TechnoBooks Wisconsin.

TROUBLE IN THE FOREST vol II
: A Bright Winter Sun:  approx 88,000 words, historical horror novel as "Trystam Kith", 1st publication Thordyke/Gale/Five Star hardcover Maine 2004, via TechnoBooks Wisconsin. 

WRIT IN BLOOD: approx 204,000 words, historical horror novel, 10th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication Tor Books hardcover New York 1997.  Reprint:  Tor/Orb trade paperback 1998.  Film option:  1997-8.  Award:  the Lord Ruthven Assembly best novel of 1997.

Anthologies and collections

APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS: short story collection, introduction by Pat loBrutto, 1st publication Thorndyke Press/Gale/Five Star Maine via TechnoBooks hardcover Wisconsin 2003. Reprint: Thordyke Press/Gale/Five Star trade paperback 2004. Media:  E-reprint: Fictionwise.com 2008/09.

CAUTIONARY TALES: short story collection, introduction by James Tiptree, Jr, 1st publication Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1978.  Reprint:  Warner Books mass market paperback New York1979.  Foreign: Russian 

THE SAINT-GERMAIN CHRONICLES: short story collection, 6th in the Saint-Germain cycle, 1st publication PocketBooks mass market paperback New York 1983.  Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Mystery Guild, Science Fiction, Literary Guild.  Reprint:   as part of THE VAMPIRES STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO, Transylvania Press, British Columbia, Canada 1994.  Foreign: Russian.  Film option:  1994-5, renewed 1996-8. 


SAINT-GERMAIN: MEMOIRS:
short story collection, 21st in the Saint-Germain cycle, with an introduction by Sharon Russell, 1st publication Elder Signs Press Minnesota 2007

SIGNS & PORTENTS: short story collection, introduction by Charles L. Grant, 1st publication Dream/Press, Badbooks hardcover California 1984.  Reprint:  Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1987. 

TWO VIEWS OF WONDER: short story anthology, edited with Thomas N. Scortia, 1st publication Ballantine Books mass market paperback New York 1973.

THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO: short story collection, introduction by Gahan Wilson, 1st publication Transylvania Press hardcover, British Columbia, Canada 1994.  Edition limited to 500 numbered, signed copies and 26 lettered, signed copies.

Novelizations, ghostwriting, screenplays, and tie-ins

DARK LIGHT: approx. 79,000 words, fantasy horror novel, tie-in to SHATTERED LIGHT computer game.  1st publication Simon & Schuster mass market paperback New York via Bill Fawcett Associates Illinois 1999.

DEAD & BURIED: approx. 75,000 words, horror screenplay novelization, 1st publication Warner Books mass market paperback  New York 1980.  Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Science Fiction, Mystery Guild.  Foreign:  British, Dutch, French, Italian, Portuguese, Thai (unauthorized).

NOMADS: approx. 80,000 words, horror screenplay novelization, 1st publication Bantam Books mass market paperback New York 1984.  Foreign:  Spanish, Thai (unauthorized).

Electronic publication

AGNITHS PROMISE: approx 65,000 words, fantasy novel, 3rd in THE VILDECAZ TALENTS as "Chelsea Quinn Yarbro writing as Camille Gabor", 1st publication Avalerian Books, March 2014.

ALAS, POOR YORICK : a fool's tale: approx 165,000 words, prequel to HAMLET, 1st publication Hidden-Knowledge Publications California 2002.

IN THE FACE OF DEATH : approx. 152,000 words, historical horror novel, 2nd in the Madelaine de Montalia series, 1st publication Hidden-Knowledge Publications California 2001.  Print edition: BenBella Books Texas, 2004.

MAGNIFICAT: approx 237,000 words, alternate universe contemporary novel, 1st publication Hidden-Knowledge Publications California 1999.

THE DECEPTIVE ORACLE: approx 65,000 words, fantasy novel, 2nd in THE VILDECAZ TALENTS as "Chelsea Quinn Yarbro writing as Camille Gabor", 1st publication Avalerian Books, January 2014.

Electronic publication

Non-fiction

FINE-TUNING FICTION: approx. 41,000 words, workbook for journeymen writers through Smashwords, 2013       

Non-fiction

CONFRONTATION AT LEPANTO: approx 60,000 words, popular history as "T. C. F. Hopkins", 1st publication Tor Books New York 2006.

EMPIRES, WARS, AND BATTLES: The Middle East: approx 65,000 words, popular history as "T. C. F. Hopkins", 1st publication Tor/Forge New York, 2007

MESSAGES FROM MICHAEL: approx 77,000 words, occult studies, 1st publication Playboy Press hardcover New York 1979.  Reprint:  Playboy Paperbacks mass market paperback New York 1980.  Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1983, 1984, 1985.  Berkley Books trade paperback New York 1995.  Revised 25 Anniversary edition 81,000 words, Caelum Press hardcover and trade paperback Ohio 2005.  Foreign:  Swiss (French, Italian, German), Finnish, Estonian (unauthorized).

MICHAEL FOR THE MILLENNIUM: approx. 108,000 words, occult studies, 4th in the Michael teaching, 1st publication Berkley Books trade paperback New York 1995.  Foreign:  Finnish, Estonian (unauthorized).

MICHAEL'S PEOPLE: approx. 91,000 words, occult studies, 3rd in the Michael teaching, 1st publication Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1988.  Foreign:  Estonian (unauthorized).

MORE MESSAGES FROM MICHAEL: approx.  86,000 words, occult studies, 2nd in the Michael teaching, 1st publication Berkley Books mass market paperback  New York 1986.  Reprint: Thirtieth Anniversary edition, 90,000 words, Caelum Press hardcover and paperback Ohio 2010.  Foreign:  Finnish, Estonian (unauthorized)

Books under contract

SUSTENANCE: an historical horror novel, 27th in the Saint-Germain Cycle, Tor Books New York.

Excerpts

from HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA : from Part III, 1st publication in BLOOD THIRST: one hundred years of vampire fiction Oxford University Press Oxford, trade paperback England and New York 1997, Leonard Wolf editor.

from IN THE FACE OF DEATH: from Part I, 1st publication in THE VAMPIRE SEXTETTE, Doubleday New York, 2000, Marvin Kaye editor.  Reprint: AceBooks New York, 2002.

from MAGNIFICAT: from Chapters 1 and 2, 1st publication in Gauntlet Magazine, Pennsylvania, November 1993, No. 6.

Short fiction

Advocates: Saint-Germain and Wayland shared-world horror novelet with Suzy McKee Charnas, 1st publication UNDER THE FANG, 1st anthology of the Horror Writers of America, PocketBooks mass market paperback  New York 1991, Robert McCammon editor.  Reprint: Borderlands Press hardcover limited edition Maryland 1993.  THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.).

Allies: science fiction novelet, 1st publication CHRYSALIS Zebra Books mass market paperback  New York 1977, Roy Torgeson editor.  Reprint:  CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.).

And Bob's Your Uncle: horror short story, 1st publication FULL MOON CITY, Gallery Books/Simon & Schuster trade paperback New York 2010, Darrell Schweitzer and Martin H. Greenberg, editors

The Arrows: horror short story, 1st publication THE DODD, MEAD GALLERY OF HORROR Dodd, Mead Publishers hardcover New York 1983, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint: SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.).  Foreign: Russian.

Become so Shining that We Cease to Be: horror short story, 1st publication THE WORLD HORROR CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK World Horror Convention Tennessee 1991, Maureen Dorris editor.  Reprint:  DON'T OPEN THIS BOOK Doubleday Direct Books New York 1998, Marvin Kaye editor.  APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.).

Best Interests : horror short story, 1st publication CHRYSALIS 3 Zebra Books mass market paperback New York 1979, Roy Torgeson editor.  Reprint:  SIGNS & PORTENTS (q. v.).  A CENTURY OF HORROR: 1970-1979 MJF Books, Fine Publications hardcover New York 1997, David Drake editor.

Cabin 33: Saint-Germain novella, 1st publication SHADOWS 3 Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1980, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint:  Berkley Books mass market paperback  New York 1985.  THE SAINT-GERMAIN CHRONICLES (q. v.).  VAMPIRES Doubleday hardcover New York 1987, Alan Ryan editor.  THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.).  Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Science Fiction.  Foreign:  British.

Catching Dreams: horror-romance novella, 1st publication SILHOUETTE SHADOWS 11: Strangers in the Night: Silhouette Books mass market paperback New York and Toronto Canada 1995, Leslie Wainger, editor.  Foreign:  British, French.

Coasting: horror short story, 1st publication FEARS Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1983, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint:  SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.)

Cold Supper: horror short story, 1st publication THE FORTY-EIGHTH WORLD SCIENCE FICTION CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK Forty-eighth World Science Fiction Convention The Hague, The Netherlands 1990, Kees van Toorn editor.

Confessions of a Madman: horror short story, 1st publication PSYCHOPATHS Tor Books hardcover New York 1992, Robert Bloch and Martin Greenberg editors.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.).

The Creatures that Walked in Darkness: horror novelet, 1st publication GHOSTTIDE No. 1 Ghosttide Press trade paperback California January 1993, Claudia O'Keefe editor.

Day 17: horror/science fiction novelet, 1st publication Amazing Experiences Special December 1990 issue, Experiences Unlimited Publications California, Jon L. Herron editor.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q. v.).

Dead in Irons : science fiction novelet, 1st publication FASTER THAN LIGHT Harper & Row hardcover New York 1976, Jack Dann and George Zebrowski editors.  Reprint:   Ace Books mass market paperback New York 1982.  NEW WOMEN OF WONDER Vintage trade paperback New York 1978, Pamela Sargent editor.  LIGHT YEARS AND DARK Berkley Books paperback New York 1984, Michael Bishop editor.  CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.).  Foreign:  German.

Depth of Focus: horror short story, 1st publication SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.).

Disturb Not My Slumbering Fair: horror short story, 1st publication CAUTIONARY TALES (q. v.).  Reprint:  GHOUL!  Arbor House hardcover New York 1982, Bill Pronzini editor.  TERRORS Playboy Paperbacks mass market paperback New York 1982, Charles L. Grant editor.  YOUNG MONSTERS Harper & Row New York 1985, Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh editors.  Twilight Tales Presents: DAUGHTER OF DANGEROUS DAMES 11TH Hour Productions Publication paperback Illinois 2000. ALL HALLOWS-E: Tales from Seven Masters of Terror Stealth Press Dossier, October, 2001, Paula Guran editor. VAMPIRES, ZOMBIES, WEREWOLVES AND GHOSTS: 25 Classic Stories of the Supernatural Signet Classics mass market paperback New York, 2011, Barbara H. Solomon and Eileen Panetta editors. Foreign:  German.

Do I Dare to Eat a Peach: horror novelet, 1st publication SHADOWS 8 Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1985, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint:  Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1986.  SISTERS IN CRIME III  Berkley Books mass market paperback  New York 1990, Marilyn Wallace editor.  A WHISPER OF BLOOD William Morrow & Company hardcover New York 1991, Ellen Datlow editor.  Foreign:  British, Finnish.

Do Not Forsake Me, O My Darlin': horror short story, 1st publication SHADOWS 7 Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1984, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint:  Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1986.  SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.).

Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200 : horror novelet, 1st publication THE EARTH STRIKES BACK Mark V. Zeising Books trade paperback California, 1994, Richard Chizmar editor.

Down Among the Dead Men: science fiction shared world novella with Gordon R. Dickson, 1st publication THE HARRIERS II Baen Books mass market paperback New York via Bill Fawcett Associates Illinois 1993.

Durga Hajit: science fiction shared-world novelet, 1st publication COUNTER-ATTACK: THE FLEET II Berkley Books mass market paperback New York via Bill Fawcett Associates Illinois 1988, David Drake and Bill Fawcett editors.

Echoes: horror shared-world short story, 1st publication DEATHPORT 3rd Horror Writers of America anthology, PocketBooks mass market paperback New York 1994, Ramsey Campbell and Martin Greenberg editors.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.).  Foreign:  Danish.

Electricity's Child: science-fiction short story, 1st publication CONTINUUM PROGRAM BOOK, Continuum 4 trade paperback, Paul Poulson, editor, Melbourne, Australia 2009.

The End of the Carnival: horror novelet, 1st publication SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.). Reprint:  MASTERS OF DARKNESS Tor Books hardcover New York 1986, Dennis Etchison editor.  THE COMPLETE MASTERS OF DARKNESS Underwood-Miller hardcover Pennsylvania and California 1991, Dennis Etchison editor.

Endra - from memory: science fiction short story, 1st publication Interzone magazine, issue 216, May 2008, Cambridgeshire UK

Everything that Begins with an 'M': fantasy short story, 1st publication GENERATION Dell Books mass market paperback New York 1972, David Gerrold editor.  Reprint:  CAUTIONARY TALES.

 

An Exaltation of Spiders: shared alternate-world novella, 1st publication BEYOND THE GATE OF WORLDS  Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1990, Robert Silverberg editor.

False Dawn: science fiction short story, 1st publication STRANGE BEDFELLOWS Random House hardcover New York 1973, Thomas N. Scortia editor.  Reprint:  PocketBooks mass market paperback  New York 1974.  WOMEN OF WONDER Vintage Press trade paperback  New York 1975, Pamela Sargent editor.  WOMEN OF WONDER: The Classic Years Harvest/ Harcourt, Brace and Company trade paperback New York 1995, Pamela Sargent editor.  Foreign:  British, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, Finnish.

The Fellini Beggar: science fiction short story, 1st publication BEYOND TIME PocketBooks mass market paperback New York 1976, Sandra Ley editor.  Reprint:  CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.).

Frog Pond: science fiction short story, 1st publication Galaxy Magazine March 1971.  Reprint:  ANTHROPOLOGY THROUGH SCIENCE FICTION St. Martin's Press trade paperback New York 1974, Carl Mason editor.  YOU AND SCIENCE FICTION National Textbook Company trade paperback Indiana 1976, Bernard Hollister editor.  GROWTH THROUGH SCIENCE FICTION Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company trade paperback New York 1993, Mary F. Sisney and Karen McGuire editors.  CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.). SciFiction on-line magazine, SciFi.com New York 3 April, 2003.  Foreign:  Russian, Danish, Norwegian.  Media: Norwegian radio production.

Fruits of Love: historical horror short story, tangential to HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA, 1st publication WOMEN OF DARKNESS No. 2 Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1990, Kathryn Ptacek editor.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.).

Fugitive Colors: science fiction short story, 1st publication CHRYSALIS 4 Zebra Books mass market paperback New York 1976, Roy Torgeson editor.  Reprint:  SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.).

Fugues: psychological horror story, 1st publication APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.)

The Generalissimo's Butterfly: science fiction short story, 1st publication DARK SINS, DARK DREAMS, Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1978, Bill Pronzini and Barry Malzberg editors.  Reprint:  CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.).  Foreign: German.

Genius Loci: horror short story, 1st publication BETTER OFF UNDEAD, Daw Books mass market paperback New York, 2008, Martin H, Greenberg and Daniel M Hoyt editors.

A Gentleman of the Old School: Saint-Germain short story, 1st publication DARK DELICACIES Carrol & Graf hardcover and trade paperback New York 2005, Del Howison and Jeff Gelb editors.  Reprint: SAINT-GERMAIN: MEMOIRS (q.v.).  VAMPIRES: the Recent Undead Prime Books trade paperback, New York 2011, Paula Guran editor.  Foreign: German

The Ghosts at Iron River: suspense novelet, 1st publication MEN AND MALICE Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1973, Dean Dickensheet editor.  Reprint:  THE BEST DETECTIVE FICTION OF THE YEAR 1974 Dutton hardcover New York 1974, Alan J. Hubin editor.  SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.).  Award:  Mystery Writers of America scroll.

Giotto's Window : horror short story, 1st publication GRAVEN IMAGES Berkley Books New York 2000, Nancy Kilpatrick and Thomas Roche editors.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.).

Harpy: Saint-Germain short story, 1st publication SECRET HISTORY OF VAMPIRES Daw Books New York 2007, Darrell Schweitzer and Martin H. Greenberg editors.  Reprint: SAINT-GERMAIN: MEMOIRS (q.v.)

The Ice Prince : horror short story, 1st publication 13 HORRORS KaCSFFS Press, limited edition hardcover and trade paperback, Missouri 2003, Brian A. Hopkins editor.

Inappropriate Laughter: novelet, 1st publication The Spook on-line magazine, March, 2002.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.).

Intercession: epistolary novelet, 1st publication THE REPENTANT DAW Books paperback New York 2003, Brian M. Thomsen and Martin H. Greenberg editors.  Reprint: SAINT-GERMAIN: MEMOIRS (q.v.)

Into My Own: science fiction novelet, 1st publication TOMORROW TODAY Unity Press trade paperback California 1975, George Zebrowski editor.  Reprint:  CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.).  Foreign:  German.

 

Investigating Jericho: horror novella, 1st publication The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, April 1992.  Reprint:  THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.).  BLOOD LINES: Vampire Stories from New England in The American Vampire Series, Cumberland House trade paperback  Tennessee 1997, Lawrence Schimel and Martin H. Greenberg editors.  THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF VAMPIRES, Carroll & Graf Publishers trade paperback New York 2004, Stephen Jones editor.  Foreign: Russian

Lammas Night: historical horror short story, 1st publication SLIGHT OF CRIME Henry Regnerey trade paperback Illinois 1977, Cedric Clute and Nick Lewin editors.  Reprint:  CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.).

Lapses: horror short story, 1st publication THE CUTTING EDGE Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1986, Dennis Etchison editor.  Reprint:   St. Martin's Press New York 1988.  THE SECOND BLACK LIZARD ANTHOLOGY OF CRIME FICTION Black Lizard Books trade paperback California 1988, Ed Gorman editor.  APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.). Bookclubs:  Doubleday, Science Fiction.  Foreign:  British, Spanish, Dutch, French, Italian.

Long-Term Investment: horror short story, 1st publication DRACULA IN LONDON Berkley/Ace Books 2001, P. N. Elrod and Martin Greenberg editors.

Lost Epiphany: Saint-Germain novelet, 1st publication SAINT-GERMAIN: MEMOIRS (q.v.)

The Meaning of the Word: science fiction short story, 1st publication If magazine, July-August 1973.  Reprint:  CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v. ).

Miss Faversham's Room: horror short story, 1st publication DARK PASSIONS: Hot Blood XIII Kensington Books trade paperback New York 2007, Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett editors.  Foreign: German

 

A New Interpretation of the Liggerzun Text: from Edgar Allan Poe, short parody, 1st publication POE'S LIGHTHOUSE Cemetery Dance Publications hardcover Maryland 2006, Christopher Conlon editor.

Night Catch: shared world horror novelet, 1st publication GREYSTONE BAY Tor Books New York 1986, Charles L. Grant editor.

Night Mare: fantasy novelet, 1st publication INVITATION TO CAMELOT Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1988, Parke Godwin editor.

Novena: horror short story, 1st publication METAHORROR Dell Books New York 1992, Dennis Etchison editor.  Limited collectors' edition Donald M. Grant New Hampshire 1992.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS  (q.v.).  Foreign:  German.

Of War and Codes and Honor: science fiction shared world novella with Gordon R. Dickson, 1st publication THE HARRIERS Bill Fawcett Associates Illinois via Baen Books mass market paperback New York 1991.

On St. Hubert's Thing: alternate history novelet, 1st publication Cheap Street Chapbooks Virginia 1982.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.).

Postures of Prophesy: science fiction short story, 1st publication If Magazine September 1969.

A Question of Patronage: Saint-Germain novelet, 1st publication THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.).  Reprint: THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF VAMPIRE STORIES BY WOMEN Constable & Robinson hardcover and trade paperback London 2001, Stephen Jones editor.  Bookclub: The Science Fiction Bookclub.

Renewal: Saint-Germain novella, 1st publication SHADOWS 5 Doubleday and Company hardcover  New York 1982, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint:  Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1985.  THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.).  Foreign:  Finnish.

Renfield's Syndrome: horror short story, 1st publication The Spook on-line magazine, July, 2002.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q. v.).

Restoration Comedy: horror short story, 1st publication THE ULTIMATE ZOMBIE Byron Preiss Visual Publications New York 1993, John Betancourt editor.

Salome: horror short story, 1st publication THE BRADBURY CHRONICLES: stories in honor of Ray Bradbury, Roc Books/The Penguin Publishing Group hardcover New York 1991, William Nolan and Martin H. Greenberg editors.  Reprint: THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.)

Savory, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme: horror novelet, 1st publication HORRORS Playboy Paperbacks mass market paperback New York 1979, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint:  SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.).

Seat Partner: Saint-Germain short story, 1st publication NIGHTMARES Playboy Papaerbacks mass market paperback New York 1979, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint:  THE SAINT-GERMAIN CHRONICLES (q.v. ).  THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.).  STREETS OF BLOOD: Vampire Stories from New York City in the American Vampire Series Cumberland House trade paperback Tennessee 1998, Lawrence Schimel and Martin H. Greenberg editors.   Media:  MIDNIGHT MASS AND OTHER GREAT VAMPIRE STORIES, Dove Audio, NewStar Media audio cassettes California 1999, Martin Greenberg editor.  Foreign:  French.

Siren Song: horror short story, 1st publication HORROR GARAGE Magazine #6, October, 2002, Under the Volcano, Inc., New York.

Space/Time Arabesque: anachronistic vignettes, 1st publication CASSANDRA RISING Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1978, Alice Laurance editor.  Reprint:  SIGNS & PORTENTS (q.v.).

The Spider Glass: Saint-Germain novella, 1st publication SHADOWS 4 Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1981, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint:  Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1984.  THE SAINT-GERMAIN CHRONICLES (q.v.).  THE BEST OF SHADOWS Doubleday and Company hardcover New York 1988, Charles L. Grant editor.  Reprint: Pulphouse Short Story Paperbacks No. 16 Oregon 1991.  THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.).  VIRTUOUS VAMPIRES Barnes and Noble New York 1996, Stefan Dziemianovicz, Robert Weinberg, and Martin Greenberg editors.

Such Nice Neighbors: horror novelet, 1st publication THE WORLD FANTASY CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK World Fantasy Convention, Tucson, Arizona 1985, Bruce Farr editor.

Sugar Skulls: horror short story, 1st publication H. P. LOVECRAFT'S MAGAZINE OF HORROR, Fall 2006, Vo. 1, No. 3.  Reprint: HALLOWEEN, Prime Books 2011, Paula Guran editor.

Swan Song: horror short story, 1st publication CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.).

Tales out of School: Saint-Germain novella, 1st publication SAINT-GERMAIN: MEMOIRS (q.v.)

Tarnhelms: science fiction shared world novelet, 1st publication CRISIS: THE FLEET VI Berkley Books mass market paperback New York 1991, David Drake and Bill Fawcett editors.

Thy Spinning Wheel Compleat: horror short story, 1st publication, VISITANTS: Stories of Fallen Angels and Heavenly Hosts, Ulysses Press trade paperback California 2010, Stephen Jones editor.

Time of the Fourth Horseman: science fiction novelet, 1st publication INFINITY 3 Lancer Books mass market paperback New York 1972, Robert Hoskins editor.  Reprint:  TERRORISTS FROM TOMORROW Tor Books mass market paperback New York 1986, Poul Anderson, Charles G. Waugh, and Martin Greenberg editors.

Tin Lizzies: fantasy short story, 1st publication THE ULTIMATE DRAGON Byron Preiss Visual Publications New York via Del Books New York 1995, John Betancourt editor.

Traditional Values: science fiction short story, 1st publication The Spook on-line magazine, September, 2001.  Reprint: APPREHENSIONS AND OTHER DELUSIONS (q.v.).

Training Twofoots: science fiction short story 1st publication If Magazine March/April 1974.

Trial Run: fantasy novelet 1st publication HERE THERE BE DRAGONS: Tales of DragonCon DragonCon & Wildside Press trade paperback Georgia and Maryland 2008, Bill Fawcett editor.

Un Bel Di: science fiction short story, 1st publication TWO VIEWS OF WONDER (q.v. ).  Reprint:  AGAINST TOMORROW Fawcett Books mass market paperback New York 1979. CAUTIONARY TALES (q.v.).  Media: SciFiction on-line magazine of SciFi.com, New York, May, 2004

Variations on a Theme: horror/satire short story, 1st publication, MOTHERS PocketBooks mass market paperback New York 1996, Claudia O'Keefe editor.

Whiteface: shared world horror novelet, 1st publication IN THE FOG: Greystone Bay III Tor Books New York 1993, Charles L. Grant editor.

Who is Sylvia?: horror short story with Thomas N. Scortia, 1st publication VAMPIRES, WEREWOLVES AND OTHER MONSTERS Curtis Books mass market paperback New York 1973, Roger Elwood editor.

A Writ of Habeas Corpus: horror-oriented short story, 1st publication THE ULTIMATE FRANKENSTEIN Byron Preiss Visual Publications trade paperback New York 1992, David Keller, Megan Miller, and John Betancourt editors.  Foreign:  German, British, Dutch, Spanish.

Essays and Introductions

Afterword to SAINT-GERMAIN: MEMOIRS: 1st publication SAINT-GERMAIN: MEMOIRS (q.v.) 

ANGEL: an Identity Crisis: 1st publication FIVE SEASONS OF ANGEL, Ben Bella Books Texas 2004, Glenn Yeffeth editor.

Cinderella's revenge: twists on fairy tale themes in the work of Stephen King: 1st publication FEAR ITSELF, Underwood-Miller California and Pennsylvania 1982, Tim Underwood and Chuck Miller editors.  Reprint:  Plume/New American Library New York 1984.  Unauthorized reprint: MODERN CRITICAL VIEWS  - STEPHEN KING Chelsea House Publishers, Pennsylvania 1998, Harold Bloom editor.

The Clash of Civilizations: a novelist's perspective: 1st publication Mystery News Network  website: hnn.us/articles, July, 2006.

Coming Back to Charlie: 1st publication Mystery Scene Magazine Iowa, October 1990, No. 27.

Demon in a Lunchbox: an appreciation of horror fiction: 1st publication Mystery Magazine California, March 1981, Vol. 2 No. 2.

Imaginary Homework: writing science fiction and fantasy fiction: 1st publication The Writer Magazine Massachusetts, February 1986.

Introduction to FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN: 1st publication THE HARROW ANTHOLOGY: FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN, Echelon Press, Tennessee 2005, Kfir Luzzatto and Monica O'Rourke editors.

Lions, Gazelles, and Buffy: 1st publication SEVEN SEASONS OF BUFFY. Ben Bella Books Texas 2003, Glenn Yeffeth editor.

The Man Who Wrote . . . Son of the Introduction: 1st publication LOST IN TIME AND SPACE WITH LEFTY FEEP by Robert Bloch, Creatures at Large Press California 1987.

A Mid-List Horror Story: 1st publication Kinesis Magazine Montana, January 1993, No. 6

Mythic Metamorphosis: Evolution in Horror Literature: 1st publication Transylvanian Journal: Dracula and Vampire Studies the American and Canadian chapters of the Transylvanian Society of Dracula, California and Newfoundland Canada, Fall 1995 Vol. 1. No. 1.

My Favorite Enigma: the historical Comte de Saint-Germain: 1st publication THE SAINT-GERMAIN CHRONICLES (q.v.).  Reprint:  with revisions THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO (q.v.).

Nancy Kilpatrick: an appreciation: 1st publication THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF NANCY KILPATRICK Mosaic Press Ontario, Canada and New York 2000.

On FREAKS: 1st publication CUT: Horror Writers on Horror Film G. P. Putnam's Sons New York 1992, Christopher Golden editor.  Reprint:  Berkley Books New York 1992.

On A MORTAL GLAMOUR: 1st publication A MORTAL GLAMOUR 2007 edition (q.v.)

On PIKOVAIA DAMA/THE QUEEN OF SPADES: 1st publication HORROR: Another 100 Best Books Carroll and Graf Publishers hardcover and paperback, New York 2005, Stephen Jones and Kim Newman editors.

On Writing NIGHT BLOOMING: 1st publication twbookmark.com, 2002.

Pamela Sargent, Writer: 1st publication EYE OF FLAME AND OTHER FANTASIES Thorndyke Press/Gale/Five Star hardcover Maine, via TechnoBooks hardcover Wisconsin, 2004.

Richard Christian Matheson: an appreciation: 1st publication DYSTOPIA: Collected Stories of Richard Christian Matheson Gauntlet Publications Pennsylvania 2000.

The Seven Basic Plots and Horror: 1st publication Horror: the new magazine of the horror and dark fantasy field New Jersey Vol1. No. 3-4.

The Thing about Ghosts: 1st publication Wraith Players Guide White Wolf Georgia 1995.

Those Happy 1950s: 1st publication Gauntlet Magazine Pennsylvania, November 1993, No. 6.

What Happens to Your Book after it Sells: 1st publication Kinesis Magazine Montana, June 1993, No. 10.

What I Knew and When I Knew it: 1st publication The Borgo Post, the Canadian chapter of the Transylvanian Society of Dracula Newfoundland Canada, September 1998 Vol 3. Issue 6.

When it's Time to Research: 1st publication Mystery Scene Magazine Iowa, October 1990, No. 27.

Writers, Books, and Libraries: 1st publication Kinesis Magazine Montana, August 1993, Vol. 2 No. 6.

Reviews

THE BEACON AT ALEXANDRIA by Gillian Bradshaw: The Washington Post Book World Sunday, September 4, 1986.

GEMINI by Dorothy Dunnett: The Washington Post Book World Monday August 7, 2000.

THE SPRING OF THE RAM by Dorothy Dunnett: The Washington Post Book World Monday July 11, 1988.

A PERFECT SPY by John LeCarre: Mystery Scene Magazine Iowa, January 1990, No. 24.

Songs

Silences: 1st publication The NeCon Program Book, NeCon XX Committee Rhode Island 2000, Bob Booth, Chairman and editor.

Recognitions

The Fine Foundation Award for Literary Achievement, 1993.

The First World Dracula Congress, sponsored by the Transylvanian Society of Dracula, the Romanian Bureau of Tourism, and the Romanian Ministry of Culture, the only novelist guest of the Romanian government, 1995.

With Fred Saberhagen, the Knightly Order of the Brasov Citadel, the Transylvanian Society of Dracula, 1997.

Grand Master Award, World Horror Association, the World Horror Convention, Kansas City, MO, 2003.

Living Legend award, International Horror Guild, at the World Fantasy Convention, Austin, Texas, 2006

Lifetime Achievement Award, Horror Writers Association, at the annual Stoker weekend, Burbank, CA, 2009

Archive

The manuscripts of Chelsea Quinn Yarbro  are being archived at the Popular Culture Library of the University of Bowling Green, Bowling Green, Ohio.




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