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Dean R. Koontz

An Illustrated Bibliography


Wilderness

an introductory novella leading to ...

Innocence

The Moonlit Mind

an introductory novella leading to ...

77 Shadow Street

ODD THOMAS


Odd Thomas

Forever Odd

Brother Odd

Odd Hours

Odd Inderlude

Odd Apocalypse

Deeply Odd

Saint Odd

In Odd We Trust

Odd is on Our Side

Double the Odd

House of Odd

Christopher Snow / Moonlight Bay


Amusing Poetry


Fear Nothing

Seize the Night

The Paper Doorway: Funny Verse and Nothing Worse

Every Day's a Holiday
Fear Nothing Graphic Novel

Children's Picture books by Trixie


NonFiction book

that still made me cry

Dean & Gerda's new Golden: Anna Koontz


I, Trixie, Who is Dog

Trixie & Jinx

A Big Little Life: A Memoir of a Joyful Dog

Ask Anna, Advice for the Furry & Forlorn

With Trixie Koontz!!!


Life is Good: Lessons in Joyful Living

Christmas is Good: Trixie's Guide to a Happy Holiday

Bliss to You: Trixie's Guide to a Happy Life
Three books written "by" Trixie, Dean & Gerda's first fur-baby

Marty Stillwater


Mr. Murder


Robot Santa: The Further Adventure of Santa's Twin

Santa's Twin
In the novel, Mr. Murder, Marty Stillwater makes up/reads a story to his little girls each night in the weeks leading up to Christmas of the Evil Santa's Robot Twin...

Frankenstein


Prodigal Son
with Kevin J. Anderson

Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

City of Night
with Ed Gorman

Dead & Alive

Frankenstein books 1-3

Lost Souls

The Dead Town
Prodigal Son GN
Dean Koontz's Frankenstein
Prodigal Son vol 1

Graphic Novel
Prodigal Son vol 2
Dean Koontz's Frankenstein
Prodigal Son vol 2
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 1 #1 Regular Cover
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 1 #1 Incentive
cover by Art Suydam
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 1 #1 Jet Pack Exclusive
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 1 #2
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 1 #3
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 1 #4
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 1 #5
Prodigal Son vol 2 TPB
Prodigal Son vol 2 #1 Regular Cover
Prodigal Son vol 2
Prodigal Son vol 2 #1 VARIANT: negative
Prodigal Son vol 2
Prodigal Son vol 2 #1 Dynamic Forces Virgin
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 2 #2
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 2 #3
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 2 #4
Prodigal Son
Prodigal Son vol 2 #5

OTHER GRAPHIC NOVELS

Trapped
Trapped, 1993
graphic novel
Nevermore vol 1 #1
Nevermore vol 1 #1
Nevermore vol 1 #2
Nevermore vol 1 #2
Nevermore vol 2 #1 A
Nevermore vol 2 #1
Darick Robertson variant
Nevermore vol 2 #1SK
Nevermore vol 2 #1
Darick Robertson sketch incentive
Nevermore vol 2 #1 A-v
Nevermore vol 2 #1
Darick Robertson Virgin
Nevermore vol 2 #1 B
Nevermore vol 2 #1
Leno Carvalho variant
Nevermore vol 2 #1 C
Nevermore vol 2 #1
Tyler Walpole variant
Nevermore vol 2 #1 C-v
Nevermore vol 2 #1
Tyler Walpole virgin
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Leno Carvalho variant
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Darick Robertson variant
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Darick Robertson sketch
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Tyler Walpole variant
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Nevermore vol 2 #2
Tyler Walpole Virgin
Nevermore vol 2 #3
Nevermore vol 2 #3
Darick Robertson variant
Nevermore vol 2 #3
Nevermore vol 2 #3
Darick Robertson skecth
Nevermore vol 2 #3
Nevermore vol 2 #3
Leno Carvalho variant
Nevermore vol 2 #3
Nevermore vol 2 #3
Tyler Walpole variant
Nevermore vol 2 #4
Nevermore vol 2 #4
Nevermore vol 2 #5
Nevermore vol 2 #5
Nevermore vol 2 #6
Nevermore vol 2 #6

THE REST OF THE BOOKS


The City, 2014

What the Night Knows, 2010

Image shown is Polish cover to Intensity painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Breathless, 2009

Relentless, 2009

Your Heart Belongs to Me, 2008

The Darkest Evening of the Year, 2008

The Good Guy, 2007

The Husband, 2006

Velocity, 2005

The Taking, 2004

Life Expectancy, 2004

The Face, 2003

The Book of Counted Sorrows, 2003

By The Light of the Moon, 2002

Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

One Door Away From Heaven, 2001

Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

From the Corner of His Eye, 2000

False Memory, 1999

Image shown was painted by Jacek Kopaleski
Black River (tv movie)

Sole Survivor, 1997


Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Demon Seed, 1997

Re-edit/re-publish of novel 1997
This Jim Burns image was used for a German edition titled Das Teufels Saat

The Eyes of Darkness, 1997

Originally as by Leigh Nichols in 1981

Tick Tock, 1996

The Face of Fear, 1996

Originally published by Brian Coffey in 1977

Intensity, 1995


The Key to Midnight, 1995

Originally as by Leigh Nichols in 1979
Image shown was painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Icebound, 1995

Originally as Prison of Ice as by David Axton in 1976

Strange Highways, 1995
(collection)
includes reworking of Chase
Image shown (not a cover) is a painting by Jim Warren, whose surreal artwork is often lauded as "Beyond Bizarre"... if this roadway doesn't qualify as a "Strange Highway", I don't know what might!

Winter Moon, 1994

total revision of Invasion as by Aaron Wolfe
Image shown was painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Dark Rivers of the Heart, 1994

The Door to December, 1994

Orignally by Leigh Nichols/Richard Paige in 1985
Image shown was painted by Jacek Kopaleski for Caught by Harlan Coben

The Funhouse, 1994

Originally by Owen West in 1980

Dragon Tears, 1993

Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Shadowfires, 1993

Originally by Leigh Nichols in 1987

Hideawayi>, 1992


The House of Thunder, 1992

Originally by Leigh Nichols in 1982

Cold Fire, 1991

The Voice of the Night, 1991

Originally by Brian Coffey in 1980

The Bad Place, 1990

Image shown is for Polish edition (titled Złe miejsce), cover art by Joe DeVito

The Servants of Twilight, 1990

Originally by Leigh Nichols in 1984

Midnight, 1989

Lightning, 1988

Image shown, painted by Rowena Morrill was used for a German-language edition entitled Schutzengel

The Mask, 1988

Originally by Owen West in 1981
Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Oddkins, 1988

Watchers, 1987

Watchers the movie
Watchers II the movie
Watchers III the movie
Watchers Reborn

Strangers, 1986

Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Shattered, 1985

Originally by K.R. Dwyer in 1973

Twilight Eyes, 1985

Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Darkfall, 1984

Released in UK as Darkness Comes
Image shown, painted by Tim White was used for a Spanish-language edition published by Plaza & Janès

Phantoms, 1983

Image shown was painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Whispers, 1980


The Vision, 1977

Night Chills, 1976

Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski
the first unmistakable novel of the cross-genre and the first to be published in almost every country in the world.

Nightmare Journey, 1975

After the Last Race, 1974

A Werewolf Among Us 1973

Demon Seed, 1973


Hanging On, 1973

Time Thieves, 1972

May have been published as Leigh Nichols in UK

Warlock, 1972

Starblood, 1972
based on the short story "A Third Hand" from 1970

The Flesh in the Furnace, 1972

Image shown was painted by Jacek Kopaleski

A Darkness in My Soul, 1972

One of the *very* first books released by Don Wollheim at his new DAW books

The Crimson Witch, 1971

Hell's Gate, 1970

Cover image painted by Frank Kelly Freas

The Haunted Earth, 1970

Soft Come the Dragons, 1970

ACE DOUBLE: with Dark of the Woods

Collection of short stories
  • To Behold the Sun
  • A Darkness in My Soul
  • Dragon in the Land
  • The Psychedelic Children
  • A Season for Freedom
  • Soft Come the Dragons
  • A Third Hand
  • The Twelfth Bed

Dark of the Woods, 1970

ACE DOUBLE: with Soft Come the Dragons
Cover image painted by Jeff Jones

The Dark Symphony, 1970

Cover Image was painted by Ron Walotsky

Beastchild, 1970
based on the short story "Beastchild" from August 1970
Finalist for Hugo in short novel category

Bounce Girl, 1970

w/Gerda Koontz
Bounce Girl re issued in 1973 as Aphrodisiac Girl, which Dean & Gerda both disavow due to extreme editing and un-authorized re-work/addition of material.

Anti-Man, 1970

This is an expanded version of the short story "The Mystery of His Flesh"

The Fall of the Dream Machine, 1969

ACE DOUBLE: The Star Ventures by Kenneth Bulmer

Fear That Man, 1968

fix-up of short stories: "Where the Beast Runs" and "In the Shield"
ACE DOUBLE With Toyman by E.C. Tubb

Star Quest, 1968

FIRST PUBLISHED NOVEL
ACE DOUBLE: Doom of the Green Planet by Emil Petaja

written as K.R. Dwyer for Random House


Chase, 1972

Image shown was painted by Jacek Yerka
included in an updated format in Strange Highways

Shattered, 1973

rereleased under his own name in 1985

Dragonfly, 1975

slated for eventual re-release
Image shown was painted by Jacek Kopaleski

The Face of Fear, 1977

Only released as K.R. Dwyer overseas
rereleased under his own name, 1996

written as Leonard Chris

written as Anthony North

written as John Hill


Hung, 1970

Image shown was painted by Boris Vallejo

Strike Deep, 1974

The Long Sleep, 1975

Image shown was painted by Don Maitz

written as Aaron Wolfe


written as David Axton


written as Richard Paige


Invasion, 1975

Cover image painted by Frank Kelly Freas

Prison of Ice, 1976

Image shown was painted by Jean-Pierre Targete

The Door to December, 1985
re-vamped and re-leased as Winter Moon as by Dean Koontz 1994
re-released as IceBound, 1995
also credited to Leigh Nichols
re-released under own name 1994

written as Leigh Nichols


The Key to Midnight, 1979

re-released under own name 1995

The Eyes of Darkness, 1981

re-released under own name 1997
Image shown is Polish cover to Stephen King's Bag of Bones painted by Jacek Kopaleski

The House of Thunder, 1982

re-released under own name 1992

Twilight, 1984

re-released as Servants of Twilight, 1990

The Door to December, 1985

also credited to Richard Paige
re-released under own name 1994
Image shown is Polish cover painted by Jacek Kopaleski

Shadowfires,1987

1987, re-released under own name, 1993

written as Deanna Dwyer

(the following are Gothic Romance novels and Dean seems rather ashamed of them, therefore don't hold your breath waiting for a rerelease while he's alive or in any way in control.

Demon Child, 1971 & 1973

Legacy of Terror, 1971

Children of the Storm, 1972

The Dark of Summer, 1972

Dance With the Devil, 1973

written as Brian Coffey

(following three are a trilogy about a thief named Mike Tucker, and are slated for eventual possible rerelease)

Blood Risk, 1973

Surrounded, 1974

The Wall of Masks, 1975
he also wrote an episode of CHiPs under this name

The Face of Fear, 1972
rereleased under his own name

The Voice of the Night, 1980
rereleased under his own name (1980)

written as the late unlamented Owen West :)


Funhouse, 1980

re-released under own name (1994)
(a novelization of The Funhouse)

The Mask, 1981

Image shown was painted by Jacek Kopaleski for the Polish version as by Dean Koontz
rereleased under own name 1988

Non-Fiction

Writing Popular Fiction
(a Writer's Digest book)
1972

with his wife Gerda Koontz:

How to Write Best Selling Fiction
(a Writer's Digest book)
1981 The Pig Society 1970
Beautiful Death: Art of the Cemetary
With photos by David Robinson
1996, Penguin Studio The Underground Lifestyles Handbook 1970

Short Stories, Articles and Intros

1965
"The Day" (essay)
"Growing Pains" (short story)
"Sing A Song Of Sixpence" (poem)
  • Reflector Fall 1965
  • "Kittens"
    First Fiction Sale
    (He won the Creative Writing award for fiction from Atlantic Monthly, and it was published in a special chapbook produced for the contest-winners.)
  • Reflector Winter 1965/1966
  • Readers & Writers, May 1966 (sold for $50)
  • The Dean Koontz Companion, 1994
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • Scary! 2: More Stories to Make You Scream!, 2002
  • Scary Stories, 2006
  • "This Fence" (short story)
    "Of Childhood" (poem)
  • Reflector Winter 1965/1966
  • 1966
    "Cellars" (short story)
    "Ibsen's Dream" (essay)
    "A Trio Of Possible Futures"
    ""You Dirty Jap," Said the Jap" (essay)
    A Topic For Terror" (short story)
  • Reflector Spring 1966
  • "Sam: the Adventurous, Exciting, Well-Traveled Man" (poem)
    "Something About This City" (poem)
    "Hey, Good Christian" (poem)
    "It" (poem)
  • Reflector Special Poetry Issue, May 1966.
  • "The Standard Unusual" (poem)
    "Once" (poem)
    "Mold in the Jungle" (poem)
    "A Miracle is Anything"
    "Flesh" (poem)
    "The Rats Run" (poem)
    "Some Disputed Barricade"
    "For A Breath I Tarry" (poem)
    "Holes" (poem)
    "Cloistered Walls" (poem)
    "I've Met One" (poem)
  • Reflector Fall 1966
  • 1967 "Soft Come the Dragons"
  • F&SF mag, August 1967
  • Soft Come the Dragons, 1970
  • The Liberated Future: Voyages into Tomorrow, 1974
  • Dragon Tales, 1982
  • "Where No One Fell" (poem)
  • Reflector Spring 1967
  • "To Behold the Sun"
  • F&SF mag, December 1967
  • as "Im Angesicht der Sonne" (German) in Im Angesicht der Sonne, 1969
  • as "Voir le soleil en face" (French) in Science-Fiction Insolite Fantastique: Fiction, #185, 1969
  • Soft Come the Dragons, 1970
  • 1968
    "A Darkness in My Soul"
    Novelette
    led to short novel of same name
  • Fantastic Stories, January 1968
  • Soft Come the Dragons, 1970
  • "Love 2005"
  • Mr., Spring 1968
  • "The Psychedelic Children"
  • F&SF mag, July 1968
  • as "Les enfants du voyage" (French) in Science-Fiction Insolite Fantastique: Fiction, #182, 1969
  • Soft Come the Dragons, 1970
  • "The Twelfth Bed"
  • F&SF mag, August 1968
  • Soft Come the Dragons, 1970
  • Wondermakers 2, 1974
  • "Dreambird"
    Novelette
  • Worlds of If, Sept 1968
  • as "L'oiseau de rêves" (French) in Galaxie n°65 October 1969
  • 1969 "Glunk"
  • SF Opinion, 1969
  • "Whoop, the Dead Gerkle"
  • SF Opinion, 1969
  • "[On] The Moon Plague"
    Essay
  • Men on the Moon, 1969
  • "In the Shield"
    Novelette
    along with "Where the Beast Runs", fix-up to Fear That Man
  • Worlds of If, Jan 1969
  • as "Derrière le bouclier" (French) in Galaxie n°62 July 1969
  • "Temple of Sorrow"
  • Amazing Stories, January 1969
  • as "Il tempio della sofferenza" (Italian) in Galassia #188
  • "Killerbot!"
    as "A Season for Freedom" in Soft Come the Dragons and The Future Now
  • Galaxy, May 1969
  • Soft Come the Dragons, 1970
  • The Future Now: Saving Tomorrow, 1970
  • "The Face in His Belly"
    2-part novella
  • Perihelion #6, Spring 1969 (part 1)
  • Perihelion #7 , Summer 1969 (part 2)
  • "Where the Beast Runs"
    Novelette
    along with "In the Shield", fix-up to Fear That Man
  • Worlds of If, July 1969
  • "Dragon in the Land"
  • Venture, August 1969
  • Soft Come the Dragons, 1970
  • "Muse"
  • F&SF mag, September 1969
  • Themes in Science Fiction: a Journey into Wonder, 1972
  • Isaac Asimov’s Wonderful Worlds of Science Fiction#3: Supermen, 1984
  • 1970
    "A Third Hand"
    This short story led to the novel Starblood
    In fact the entire short story is the intro to the novel
  • F&SF mag, January 1970
  • Soft Come the Dragons, 1970
  • "The Goodship Lookoutworld"
  • Fantastic Stories, February 1970
  • "Unseen Warriors"
  • Worlds of Tomorrow, Winter 1970
  • "The Mystery of His Flesh"
    Novelette
    Expanded into the Novel Anti-man
  • F&SF mag, F&SF mag, July 1970
  • as "Il mistero della sua carne" (Italian) in Urania 658
  • "Beastchild"
    Novella
    expanded to novel Beastchild
  • Venture, August 1970
  • "The Crimson Witch"
    Novella
    Published as a Novel in 1972
  • Fantastic Stories, October 1970
  • "Shambolain"
  • Worlds of If, November/December 1970
  • as "Shambolàn" (French) in Galaxie n°88 Sept 1971
  • "Nightmare Gang"
  • Infinity 1, 1970
  • The Edge of Never: Classic and Contemporary Tales of the Supernatural, 1973
  • Between Time and Terror, 1995
  • "Emanations"
  • Swank, July 1970
  • 1971 "Bruno"
  • F&SF mag, April 1971
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • 1972 "The Terrible Weapon"
  • Trend, Jan/Feb 1972
  • "Cosmic Sin"
  • F&SF mag, Feb 1972
  • "Alterboy"
  • Infinity 3, 1972
  • "A Mouse in the Walls of the Global Village"
  • Again, Dangerous Visions, 1972
  • "Ollie's Hands"
  • Infinity 4, 1972
  • Swank, July 1973
  • The Horror Show, Summer 1987
    with interview, as by Leigh Nichols
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • 1973 "GrayWorld"
  • Infinity 5, 1973
  • "The Sinless Child"
  • Flame Tree Planet: An Anthology of Religious Science Fantasy, 1973
  • "Terra Phobia"
  • Androids, Time Machines, & Blue Giraffes: A Panorama of Science Fiction, 1973
  • "The Undercity"
  • Future City: A Vision of Man's Urban Future, 1973
  • as "Undercity, o la città della Mafia" (Italian) in Urania 646
  • The City 2000 A.D.: Urban Life Through Science Fiction, 1976
  • Criminal Justice Through Science Fiction, 1977
  • as "Undercity, o la città della Mafia" (Italian) in Le città che ci aspettano
  • as "Sous les pavés, la pègre" (French) in Dans la cité future
  • Cyber-Killers, 1997
  • as "Sotto la città" (Italian) in La macchina che uccide, which appears to be a translation of the entire book Cyber-Killers
  • The Prentice Hall Anthology of SF & Fantasy, 2001
  • "Wake up to Thunder"
  • Children of Infinity: Original Science Fiction Stories for Young Reders, 1973
  • 1974 "The Night of the Storm"
  • Continuum 1, 1974
  • Starstream #2, 1976
  • Illustrated Science Fiction Classics, 1979
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • "We Three"
  • Final Stage: The Ultimate Science Fiction Anthology, 1974
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • 1986 "Snatcher"
  • Night Cry, Fall 1986
  • The Ultimate Witch, 1993
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • Witches' Brew, 2002
  • "Down in the Darkness"
  • The Horror Show, Summer 1986
  • The Architecture of Fear, 1987
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • "Weird World: Excerpts from the Suppressed Book
  • The Horror Show, Summer 1986
  • "Weird World : The Introduction"
  • The Dean Koontz Companion, 1994
  • "The Black Pumpkin"
    with interview
  • Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone Magazine, Dec 1986
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • Ghost Movies II: More Classics of the Supernatural, 1996
  • October Dreams, 2000
  • "The Day it Rained Frogs"
  • The Dean Koontz Companion, 1994
  • "The Monitors of Providence"
  • World Fantasy Convention 1986 Program book, 1986
  • 1987 "The Interrogation"
  • The Horror Show, Summer 1987
    with interview, as by Leigh Nichols
  • Obsessions, 1991
  • The Definitive Best of The Horror Show, 1992
  • "Hardshell"
  • Night Visions 4, 1987
  • Night Fears, 1989
  • Predators, 1994
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • "Miss Attila the Hun"
  • Night Visions 4, 1987
  • Night Fears, 1989
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • "Twilight of the Dawn"
  • Night Visions 4, 1987
  • Night Fears, 1989
  • Masters of Darkness 3, 1991
  • The Complete Masters of Darkness, 1991
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • Introduction
  • The Nightrunners, 1987 by Joe Lansdale
  • "The Coming Blaylock-ian Age"
    introduction
  • Two Views of a Cave Painting by James P. Blaylock, 1987
  • The Dean Koontz Companion, 1994
  • 1988 "Graveyard Highway"
  • Tropical Chills, 1988
  • The Horror Express #4, Spring 2005
  • Introduction
    revised and reprinted as "A Genre in Crisis"
  • Night Visions 6: The Bone Yard, 1988
  • The Dean Koontz Companion, 1994
  • 1989 "Trapped"
  • Stalkers, 1989
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • Trapped graphic novel, 1993
  • "Ghost Stories"
    Afterword
  • Post Mortem: New Tales of Ghastly Horror, 1989
  • The Dean Koontz Companion, 1994
  • Introduction
  • The Stress of Her Regard, 1989 by Tim Powers
    Charnel House limited editions, only
  • 1990
    Keeping the Reader on the Edge of His Seat
    Why Novels of Fear Must Do More Than Frighten
    Essays
  • How to Write Tales of Horror, Fantasy & Science Fiction, 1990
  • The Dean Koontz Companion, 1994
  • "Susan Allison and the Mysteries of the Universe"
    Essay
  • An H. P. Lovecraft Centenary Celebration , 1990
  • 1992 Afterword
  • Prisoners and Other Stories, 1992
  • 1994 "The 10 Questions Readers Most Often Ask Dean Koontz"
  • The Dean Koontz Companion, 1994
  • "The Man Who Does Not Always Mean What He Says"
    "The Miracle Tree of Burbank"
    "No One Can Talk to a Horse, of Course"
    "Tweetie, the Parakeet from Hell"
    "The Unluckiest Man in the World"
    + several short original essays
    "Tater Baron"
    "The Truth about Christmas"
    "The Man Who Knows All About Hippodurkees"
    "Ghost Stories"
    "Oh, to Be in Cedar Rapids When the Hog Blood Flows"
    "Rex Stout and Nero Wolfe"
    "Mr. Bizarro"
    "An Unusual Collection"
    "Koontzramble"
    "My First Short Story"
    "Koontz, Will You Just Shut Up Already?"
    "How To"
    "You'll Either Love It or Hate It--Or Just Be Indifferent to It"
    1995 "Strange Highways"
  • Strange Highways, 1995
  • Preface
  • David Copperfield's Tales of the Impossible, 1995
  • 1996
    "Illusion, Truth, and the Whole Damn Thing"
    Afterword
  • Moonchasers & Other Stories, 1996 (a collection by Ed Gorman)
  • Introduction
  • Hell House, 1996
    Gauntlet Press Classics series only
  • 1997
    "Great Art and Muppet Hatred"
    Introduction
  • Screamplays, 1997
  • "The Fox in the Chicken Suit"
    Introduction
  • Fiends, 1997 by Richard Laymon
  • 1998 "Pinkie"
  • USA Weekend, Jun 12-14, 1998
  • 1999 "Black River"
  • Mystery Scene #63, 1999
  • Legacies, 2000
  • DVD
  • Abudible Audio Edition
  • "These Immigrants Don't Need No Stinkin' Green Cards!"
    Introduction
  • They're Here...: Invasion of the Body Snatchers: A Tribute, 1999
  • 2000 "The Scariest Thing I Know"
  • Martha Stewart Holiday-Halloween, 2000
  • 2002
    Men of Steel, Feathers of Fury
    Introduction
  • The Science of Superheroes, 2002
  • 2002 Introduction
  • To Wake the Dead, 2002 by Richard Laymon
  • Introduction
  • Amara, 2002 by Richard Laymon
  • Introduction
  • All the Lonely People, 2002 by David B. Silva
  • 2009
    Thank You Mr. Vance
    introduction
  • Songs of the Dying Earth: Stories on Honor of Jack Vance, 2002
  • 2012 Introduction
  • Sacrifice, 2002 by John Farris

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    OK, guys... here it is... to email me see my edress at the bottom, but remember much of this is from the original faq from 1993 by
    Hopkins with some updates and additions by me to bring it up to date, but I'm sure I missed some. Special thanks to Stu Weaver for a couple of nit-picks on the page... that's what I need! So thank him if you feel like it. Also, special thanks to Luke Croll for the pics found at his FAQ site and to Stu Weaver and John Ford for their sites.

    Some of it IS out of date, so if you can add to it or make any corrections / changes, please let me know.

    A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE KOONTZ PROJECT AND Stuart Weaver's new webpage

    IF ANYONE KNOWS WHAT HAPPENED TO LUKE CROLL AND HIS WEBPAGE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!!