Book List in Order: 35 titles

  • The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. ~ Edgar Allan PoeMurdered. A possession mislaid or stolen. An unmarked grave. The dead refuse to leave for many reasons. Meet the spirits who still move among us in Re-Haunt. ...


  • IMAGINE... It is not hard to imagine that you are a thirteen-year-old (almost fourteen) and you don’t quite feel like you belong in your own family, with a somewhat goofy father who does magic tricks and disappears for long periods of time and ...


  • Darrell Schweitzer's third collection of essays and reviews, a successor to the well-received "Windows of the Imagination" and "The Fantastic Horizon," is a balanced mixture of scholarship and entertainment, ranging over the entire spectrum of imagin...


  • This volume assembles 25 tales by Darrell Schweitzer, modern and alternate-world fantasy and horror tales in the "Weird Tales" vein. Included in this volume are some of his very finest works, including "Pennies from Hell," "Peeling It Off," "Kind Yvo...


  • Seventeen fantasies by one of the field's most prolific short story authors, including tales of...mad gods, specters returning from the beyond, inexplicable enigmas from outer space, a romantic and surreal interlude of the legendary madman, Tom O'Bed...


  • "[This] novel has immense power in its climax," said The Encyclopedia of Fantasy about Darrell Schweitzer's 1982 novel, THE SHATTERED GODDESS. Now, at last, here's the companion volume to that work, a cycle of eleven stories set "in the time of the d...


  • A definitive look at the life and work of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, by a leading scholar of the fantasy and horror field.Complete list of contents:INTRODUCTION, by Darrell SchweitzerNOTES ON AN ENTITY, by Robert BlochA LITERARY COPERNICUS, by Fri...


  • Transients and Other Stories is a collection of stories by Dark Fantasy veteran Darrell Schweitzer. It was nominated for a World Fantasy Award for Best Collection in 1994. Matthew Warner said of it: Aside from being "disquieting," these 15 tightly-wr...


  • In the tradition of the old "Ace Doubles" two-in-one books, here is the second Wildside Mystery Double: DEADLY THINGS: A COLLECTION OF MYSTERIOUS TALES, by Darrell Schweitzer. Darrell Schweitzer's first mystery collection explores the murderous impul...






  • All original stories about the return of Cthulhu and the Old Ones to Earth. Some of the darkest hints in all of H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos relate to what will happen after the Old Ones return and take over the earth. What happens when Cthulhu...


  • in Full Moon City

    DANGER LURKS IN THE HEART OF THE CITY . . . BUT NOT ALWAYS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT. From New York to Los Angeles to Bucharest, fifteen never-before-published tales by some of the world’s finest fantasy and horror writers celebrate the newest incarnat...



  • Included in this volume are historic interviews with Alfred Bester, Robert Silverberg, Brian Aldiss, James Gunn, Gardner Dozois, Norman Spinrad, Gordon R. Dickson, Ben Bova, Ted White, Jack Williamson, L. Sprague de Camp, Frank Belknap Long, Gahan Wi...


  • The dead come from the sea, at night. They merely arrive and are discovered in the morning on the wharves, lying in great heaps. It has been the immemorial custom for people to take them into their homes, to find places for them, to pattern their inc...



  • Garlic cloves and wooden stakes are no match for centuries of the undead's mischief and seduction. Here are thirteen original and imaginative stories that reveal the vampiric truths behind certain historical happenings....


  • Neil Gaiman's talent is so vast that any exploration of his work can only be described as a beginning. Here is one such beginning, an examination of the creative genius being The Sandman, American Gods, Coraline and so much more. His prose fiction h...


  • in The Enchanter Completed

    For seven decades, L. Sprague de Camp was a giant in both science fiction and fantasy, renowned for his fast-moving action-adventure tales with a strong humorous element. Now, Hugo-winner and best-selling author Harry Turtledove has gathered together...


  • A self-standing companion to Darrell Schweitzer's British Fantasy Award-nominated The Mask of the Sorcerer, the present volume collects all the Sekenre stories, which proved very popular when originally published in Weird Tales, Interzone, Adventures...






  • "If ever your heart has said, _The great days are no more. The golden afternoon of golden tales has faded into night, and I came late, born out of time, to warm my hands at the embers that flicker and fade hour by hour_ -- read this. . . Here are gho...


  • Ever since the first edition of Thomas Ligotti's 'Songs of a Dead Dreamer' appeared in 1985, it was clear that here was an author of extraordinary brilliance and originality. In following years there has been a great deal of interest in the author an...


  • in Year's Best Fantasy 3

    The door to fantastic worlds, skewed realities, and breathtaking other realms is opened wide to you once more in this third anthology of the finest short fantasy fiction to emerge over the past year, compiled by acclaimed editor David G. Hartwell. Ra...


  • A collection of stories by three-time World Fantasy Award finalist Darrell Schweitzer, as designed and illustrated by WFA winning artist Jason Van Hollander. The works show a wide range, from Arthurian fantasy to modern horror to humorous science fic...



  • Darrell Schweitzer, author of The Mask of the Sorcerer and editor of Weird Tales collaborates with macabre artist-writer Jason Van Hollander on a series of remarkable fantasies, variously grotesque, horrific, ethereal, and darkly comic. Several of th...



  • The special 300th issue of Weird Tales honors grandmaster Robert Bloch with a special issue dedicated to him. Includes a previously unpublished collaboration between Bloch and Henry Kuttner, plus contributions from Ray Bradbury, Lawrence Watt-Evans. ...








  • Darrell Schweitzer's first novel is a powerful tale of Prince Evnos of Iankoros, who seeks to reclaim his bride from the God of Death. Rich with strange sorceries, grim mythologies, and hostile gods, this is a tale of heroism and horror, seeming triu...





  • Fantasy novel by the World Fantasy Award-winning editor and author. "Few writers can genuinely touch the quality of nightmare...the fear that formless and almost banal stems from the sleeping mind. John Bellairs did it with THE FACE IN THE FROST... J...