Thomas Ligotti Bibliography Maker

Thomas Ligotti: A Bibliography

Compiled by Douglas A. Anderson
Revised (January 2002), with assistance of DL et al.

[Compiler's Note: This is a work-in-progress, but contains everything that I know about as of January 2002. Compilation (c) 2002 by Douglas A. Anderson. All rights reserved. Used by permission. Corrections and additions will be welcomed by the compiler at: nodens@niia.net]

 


Books:



Songs of a Dead Dreamer

Albuquerque, NM: Silver Scarab Press, 1985
[300 copies in trade paperback. Illustrated by Harry O. Morris. Issued in March 1986. Note: some bibliographies, including a previous version of this one, state that the Silver Scarab Press edition was published in two forms, 250 copies in trade paperback, and 50 hardcovers. This hardcover edition is frequently rumored, though never seen, and the author himself has informed me that "Dead Dreamer came out in a 300-copy edition, all trade paperbacks".]

[Contains eleven stories and seven sketches in four sections, plus introduction by Ramsey Campbell: "Introduction" by Ramsey Campbell; Here and There: "The Frolic"; "Les Fleurs"; "Aunt Elise: A Tale of Possession in Old Grosse Pointe"; "Drink to Me Only with Labyrinthine Eyes"; "Alice's Last Adventure"; "Dream of a Mannikin, or the Third Person"; "The Troubles of Dr. Thoss"; Elsewhere: "Dr. Voke and Mr. Veech"; "The Greater Festival of Masks"; Tales Retold: "Three Scientists" ["One Thousand Painful Variations Performed upon Divers Creatures Undergoing the Treatment of Dr. Moreau, Humanist"; "The Excruciating Final Days of Dr. Henry Jekyll, Englishman"; and "The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein, Citizen of Geneva"]; "Two Immortals" ["The Heart of Count Dracula, Descendent of Attila, Scourge of God"; and "The Insufferable Salvation of Lawrence Talbot the Wolfman"]; "Leading Men" ["The Unbearable Rebirth of the Phantom of the Wax Museum"; and "The Intolerable Lesson of the Phantom of the Opera"]; Nowhere: "Professor Nobody's Little Lectures on Supernatural Horror"; "Notes on the Writing of Horror: A Story".]



Songs of a Dead Dreamer [revised and expanded]

London: Robinson, [October] 1989 [trade paper]
New York: Carroll & Graf, [May] 1990 [hardcover]
New York: Carroll & Graf, [May] 1991 [mass market paperback]

[Contains twenty stories in three sections, with introduction by Ramsey Campbell (reprinted from 1985 edition): "Introduction" by Ramsey Campbell; Dreams for Sleepwalkers: "The Frolic"; "Les Fleurs"; "Alice's Last Adventure"; "Dream of a Mannikin"; The Nyctalops Trilogy: "The Chymist", "Drink to me Only with Labyrinthine Eyes", "Eye of the Lynx"; Notes on the Writing of Horror"; Dreams for Insomniacs: "The Christmas Eves of Aunt Elise"; "The Lost Art of Twilight"; "The Troubles of Dr. Thoss"; "Masquerade of a Dead Sword"; "Dr. Voke and Mr. Veech"; "Professor Nobody's Little Lectures on Supernatural Horror"; Dreams for the Dead: "Dr. Locrian's Asylum"; "The Sect of the Idiot"; "The Greater Festival of Masks"; "The Music of the Moon"; "The Journal of J. P. Drapeau"; "Vastarien".]


Grimscribe: His Lives and Works

London: Robinson, [December] 1991
New York: Carroll & Graf, [December] 1991
New York: Jove, [September] 1994 [mass market paperback]

[Contains thirteen stories in five sections, plus introduction: "Introduction"; The Voice of the Damned: "The Last Feast of Harlequin"; "The Spectacles in the Drawer"; "Flowers of the Abyss"; "Nethescurial"; The Voice of the Demon: "The Dreaming in Nortown"; "The Mystics of Muelenburg"; "In the Shadow of Another World"; "The Cocoons"; The Voice of the Dreamer: "The Night School"; "The Glamour"; The Voice of the Child: "The Library of Byzantium"; "Miss Plarr"; The Voice of Our Name: "The Shadow at the Bottom of the World".]
[NB: the entire contents of Grimscribe, save for the introduction, are reprinted (without section divisions) in The Nightmare Factory. Also, L.W. Currey's Catalog 110 (Summer 1997) offered for sale a proof copy of the Robinson edition of Grimscribe, which "includes a story, "Mrs. Rinaldi's Angel", dropped from the published version of the book, and replaced with two stories, "The Night School" and "The Glamour"."]



Noctuary

London: Robinson, [January] 1994
New York: Carroll & Graf, [January]1994
New York: Carroll & Graf, [April] 1995 [trade paperback]

[Contains eight stories and nineteen sketches in three sections, plus foreword: [foreword:] "In the Night, In the Dark: A Note on the Appreciation of Weird Fiction"; Part One: Studies in Shadow: "The Medusa"; "Conversations in a Dead Language"; "The Prodigy of Dreams"; "Mrs. Rinaldi's Angel"; Part Two: Discourse on Blackness: "The Tsalal"; "Mad Night of Atonement"; "The Strange Design of Master Rignolo"; "The Voice in the Bones"; Part Three: Notebook of the Night: "The Master's Eyes Shining with Secrets"; "Salvation by Doom"; "New Faces in the City"; "Autumnal"; "One May Be Dreaming"; "Death without End"; "The Unfamiliar"; "The Career of Nightmares"; "The Physic"; "The Demon Man"; "The Puppet Masters"; "The Spectral Estate"; "Primordial Loathing"; "The Nameless Horror"; "Invocation to the Void"; "The Mocking Mystery"; "The Interminable Equation"; "The Eternal Mirage"; "The Order of Illusion".]



The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales

Eugene, OR: Silver Salamander Press, [October] 1994 [trade paperback of 1000 copies, hardcover limited to 140 copies, leather edition limited to 40 copies]

[Contains nineteen sketches in eight sections, plus introduction by Michael Shea: "Good-Tom-Go-Lightly" [verse, introduction] by Michael Shea; Three Scientists: "One Thousand Painful Variations Performed upon Divers Creatures Undergoing the Treatment of Dr. Moreau, Humanist"; "The Excruciating Final Days of Dr. Henry Jekyll, Englishman"; "The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein, Citizen of Geneva"; Two Immortals: "The Heart of Dracula, Descendent of Attila, Scourge of God"; "The Insufferable Salvation of Lawrence Talbot the Wolfman"; Leading Men: "The Intolerable Lesson of the Phantom of the Opera"; "The Unbearable Rebirth of the Phantom of the Wax Museum"; Gothic Heroines: "The Perilous Legacy of Emily St. Aubert, Inheritress of Udolpho"; "The Eternal Devotion of the Governess to the Residents of Bly"; Loners: "The Unnatural Persecution, by a Vampire, of Mr. Jacob J."; "The Superb Companion of Andre de V., Anti-Pygmalion"; Shut-Ins: "The Ever-Vigilant Guardians of Secluded Estates"; "The Scream: From 1800 to the Present"; A Poe Anthology: "The Transparent Alias of William Wilson, Sportsman and Scoundrel"; "The Worthy Inmate of the Will of the Lady Ligeia"; "The Interminable Residence of the Friends of the House of Usher"; The Works & Death of H. P. Lovecraft: "The Fabulous Alienation of the Outsider, Being of No Fixed Abode"; "The Blasphemous Enlightenment of Prof. Francis Wayland Thurston of Boston, Providence, and the Human Race"; "The Premature Death of H. P. Lovecraft, Oldest Man in New England".]


The Nightmare Factory

London: Raven, [c. June] 1996 [trade paperback]
New York: Carroll & Graf, [June] 1996 [trade paperback]

[Contains forty-five stories in four sections, plus introduction and foreword by Poppy Z. Brite: "Foreword" by Poppy Z. Brite; "Introduction: The Consolations of Horror"; Part 1: from 'Songs of a Dead Dreamer': "The Frolic"; "Les Fleurs"; "Alice's Last Adventure"; "Dream of a Mannikin"; "The Chymist"; "Drink to Me Only with Labyrinthine Eyes"; "Eye of the Lynx"; "The Christmas Eves of Aunt Elise"; "The Lost Art of Twilight"; "The Troubles of Dr. Thoss"; "Masquerade of a Dead Sword"; "Dr. Voke and Mr. Veech"; "Dr. Locrian's Asylum"; "The Sect of the Idiot"; "The Greater Festival of Masks"; "The Music of the Moon"; "The Journal of J. P. Drapeau"; "Vastarien"; Part 2: 'Grimscribe': "The Last Feast of Harlequin"; "The Spectacles in the Drawer"; "Flowers of the Abyss"; "Nethescurial"; "The Dreaming in Nortown"; "The Mystics of Muelenburg"; "In the Shadow of Another World"; "The Cocoons"; "The Night School"; "The Glamour"; "The Library of Byzantium"; "Miss Plarr"; "The Shadow at the Bottom of the World"; Part 3: from 'Noctuary': "The Medusa"; "Conversations in a Dead Language"; "The Prodigy of Dreams"; "Mrs. Rinaldi's Angel"; "The Tsalal"; "Mad Night of Atonement"; "The Strange Designs of Master Rignolo"; "The Voice in the Bones"; Part 4: 'Teatro Grottesco and Other Tales': "Teatro Grottesco"; "Severini"; "Gas Station Carnivals"; : "The Medusa"; "Conversations in a Dead Language"; "The Prodigy of Dreams"; "Mrs. Rinaldi's Angel"; "The Tsalal"; "Mad Night of Atonement"; "The Strange Designs of Master Rignolo"; "The Voice in the Bones"; Part 4: 'Teatro Grottesco and Other Tales': "Teatro Grottesco"; "Severini"; "Gas Station Carnivals"; : "The Medusa"; "Conversations in a Dead Language"; "The Prodigy of Dreams"; "Mrs. Rinaldi's Angel"; "The Tsalal"; "Mad Night of Atonement"; "The Strange Designs of Master Rignolo"; "The Voice in the Bones"; Part 4: 'Teatro Grottesco and Other Tales': "Teatro Grottesco"; "Severini"; "Gas Station Carnivals"; "The Bungalow House"; "The Clown Puppet"; "The Red Tower".]


In a Foreign Town, In a Foreign Land

London: Durtro, 1997

[shrink-wrapped book with CD by Current 93, published in an edition of 1000 copies. 60 additional copies were produced with marbled end-papers, and a small card autographed by Ligotti, Steven Stapleton (artist), David Tibet and Cristoph Heemann (musicians). ]
[Contains four stories: "His Shadow Shall Rise to a Higher House"; "The Bells Will Sound Forever"; "A Soft Voice Whispers Nothing"; "When You Hear Singing, You Will Know It Is Time".]




I  Have a Special Plan for This World

London: Durtro, [April] 2000

[wrappers, limited to 125 numbered copies, frontispiece by Steven Stapledon, all copies signed by the author and the artist, printed by The Tragara Press.]
[Contains thirteen imagistic prose poems, with a few small textual differences from the Current 93 recording of the same title.]




This Degenerate Little Town

London: Durtro, [September] 2001

[wrappers, limited to 160 copies, of which 120 are for sale; frontispiece by David Tibet, all copies signed by the author and the artist, printed by The Tragara Press. Each copy is accompanied by a compact disc containing a reading of the text by the author.]
[Contains ten imagistic prose poems.]




My Work  Is Not Yet Done: Three Tales of Corporate Horror

[forthcoming 2002, from Mythos Books]
[Contains:  "The Nightmare Network";  "I Have a Special Plan for This World" [short story];  and "My Work Is Not Yet Done.]

 


Stories (and other Fiction):


"The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein, Citizen of Geneva"[sk]
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [under "Three Scientists"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Alice's Last Adventure"
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Douglas Winter (ed). Prime Evil (1988)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Allan and Adelaide-An Arabesque"  
     Fantasy Macabre, no. 2 (April 1981)  
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989)

"Aunt Elise: A Tale of Possession in Old Grosse Pointe" [see "The Christmas Eves of Aunt Elise"]

"Autumn Horror" [see "Autumnal"]

"Autumnal" [sk]  
     Dagon, no. 22/23 (September-December 1988) [as "Autumn Horror"]
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Bells Will Sound Forever" 
     In a Foreign Town, In a Foreign Land (1997)
     Stephen Jones (ed). The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror: Volume Nine (1998)

"The Blasphemous Enlightenment of Prof. Francis Wayland Thurston of Boston, Providence, and the Human
     Race" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 5 (1985) [part of "Selections of Lovecraft", with the name in the title given as "Prof.
     Angell"]
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [part of "Selections of Lovecraft"] 
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"The Bungalow House" 
     The Urbanite, no. 5 (1995) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)
     Stephen Jones (ed). The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror: Volume Seven (1996)

"The Career of Nightmares" [sk] 
     Tiamat, no 5 (June/July 1991) [as "Nightmare Horror"] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Nightmare Horror", part of "Studies in
     Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"Charnel House of the Moon" 
     Punk-Surrealist Cafe, no. 6 (October 1981)
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989)

"The Christmas Eves of Aunt Elise: A Tale of Possession in Old Grosse Pointe"
     Grimoire, no. 3 (Winter 1982-1983) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [as "Aunt Elise: A Tale of Possession in Old Grosse Pointe"]
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Chymist" 
     Nyctalops, 3 no. 2, whole no. 16 (March 1981)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Clown Puppet" 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Cocoons"
    Grimscribe (1991) 
     Weird Tales, 53 no. 2, whole no. 303 (Winter 1991-1992) 
     DAC News, (October 1992) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Complete Madman" (sk)
     Grimoire #4 (1983) [under the pseudonym Charles Miguel Riaz] 
     AKLO: A Volume of the Fantastic, edited by Mark Valentine, Roger Dobson and R.B. Russell (1998) [part
     of "Paradoxes from Hell"]

"Conversations in a Dead Language" 
     Deathrealm, No. 8 (Spring 1989)
     Noctuary (1994) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Crampton" [by Thomas Ligotti and Brandon Trenz] 
     Thomas Ligotti Online (August, 2000 - January 2002)

"Death without End" [sk] 
     Tiamet, no 5 (June/July 1991) [as "Macabre Horror"] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Macabre Horror", part of "Studies in Horror"]  
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Decayed Mystic" (sk)
     Grimoire #4 (1983) [under the pseudonym Charles Miguel Riaz] 
     AKLO: A Volume of the Fantastic, edited by Mark Valentine, Roger Dobson and R.B. Russell (1998) [part
     of "Paradoxes from Hell"]

"The Demon Man" [sk] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Demonic Horror", part of "Studies in
     Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"Demonic Horror" [see "The Demon Man"]

"The Deranged Poet" (sk) 
     Grimoire #4 (1983) [under the pseudonym Charles Miguel Riaz] 
     AKLO: A Volume of the Fantastic, edited by Mark Valentine, Roger Dobson and R.B. Russell (1998) [part
     of "Paradoxes from Hell"]

"Dr. Locrian's Asylum"
     Grue, no. 5 (1987) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)
     Thomas Ligotti Online (1998 - 2002)

"Dr. Voke and Mr. Veech"  
     Grimoire, no. 5 (Summer 1983)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996) 
     Thomas Ligotti Online (1998 - 2002)

"Dream of a Mannikin" 
     Eldritch Tales, 2 no. 3, whole no. 9 (1982) [as "Dream of a Mannikin, or the Third Person"]
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [as "Dream of a Mannikin, or the Third Person"] 
     Jessica Amanda Salmonson (ed). Tales by Moonlight II (1989) [as "Dream of a Mannikin, or the Third
     Person"] 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     Dziemianowicz (et al, eds). To Sleep, Perchance to Dream....Nightmare (1993)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Dreaming in Nortown" 
     Tiamet, no. 5 (June/July 1991)  
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Dreamworld Horror" [see "The Eternal Mirage"]

"Drink to Me Only with Labyrinthine Eyes" 
     Nyctalops, 3 no. 3, whole no. 17 (June 1982)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Dwarf" [sk] by Aloysius Bertrand, translated by Thomas Ligotti 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 6 (1985)

"The Eternal Devotion of the Governess to the Residents of Bly" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 7 (1985) 
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"The Eternal Mirage" [sk] 
     Tiamet, no 5 (June/July 1991) [as "Dreamworld Horror"] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Dreamworld Horror", part of "Studies in
     Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Ever-Vigilant Guardians of Secluded Estates" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 7 (1985) [as "The Ever Vigilant Guardians of Secluded and Opulent Estates"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Excerpt from Dreams of the Zodiac" [see "The Physic"]

"The Excruciating Final Days of Dr. Henry Jekyll, Englishman" [sk] 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [under "Three Scientists"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Exotic Horror" [see "The Unfamiliar"]

"Eye of the Lynx" 
     Nyctalops, 3 no. 4, whole no. 18 (April 1983)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     Michele Slung (ed). Shudder Again (1993) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Fabulous Alienation of the Outsider, Being of No Fixed Abode" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 5 (1985) [part of "Selections of Lovecraft"]
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [part of "Selections of Lovecraft"] 
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Les Fleurs" 
     Dark Horizons, no. 23 (Summer 1981)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Flowers of the Abyss" 
     Nyctalops, 4 no. 1, whole no. 19 (April 1991)  
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Frolic" 
     Fantasy Tales, 5, whole no. 9 (Spring 1982)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Stephen Jones and David A. Sutton (eds). The Best Horror from Fantasy Tales (1988)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989) 
     Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg and Martin H. Greenberg (eds). Nursery Crimes (1993)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Gas Station Carnivals" 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996) 
     Stephen Jones (ed). The Best New Horror: Volume Eight (1997)

"Ghost Stories for the Dead" ["The New Blackness"; "The New Silence"; "The Old Nonsense and the New";
     "Tales of the New Dream"]
     Grimoire, no. 2 (Fall 1982) 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989)
     Thomas Ligotti Online (1998 - 2002)

"The Glamour"  
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     Brian M. Stableford (ed). The Dedalus Book of Femme Fatales (1992) 
     Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling (eds). Year's Best Fantasy & Horror: Fifth Annual Collection (1992) 
     Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell (eds). Best New Horror 4 (1993)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Gothic Horror" [see "Salvation by Doom"]

"The Greater Festival of Masks" 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Ramsey Campbell (ed). Fine Frights: Stories That Scared Me (1988)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996) 
     Robert Weinberg, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, and Martin H. Greenberg (eds). 100 Tiny Tales of Terror
     
(1996)  
     Thomas Ligotti Online (1998 - 2002)

"The Heart of Count Dracula, Descendent of Attila, Scourge of God" [sk] 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [under "Two Immortals"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)
     Robert Weinberg, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, and Martin H. Greenberg (eds). 100 Vicious Little Vampire  
     Stories
  (1995)  
    
Stephen Jones (ed). The Mammoth Book of Dracula (1997)

"His Shadow Shall Rise to a Higher House" 
     In a Foreign Town, In a Foreign Land (1997)   
     Weird Tales
, 55 no. 3; whole no. 315 (Spring 1999)

"I Have a Special Plan for This World"
     [short story]
     Horror Garage, no 2 (November 2000) ;
     The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror, edited by Stephen Jones (2001)
     My Work Is Not Yet Done (2002)

""I Have a Special Plan for This World"
     [prose poems]
     I Have a Special Plan for This World (2000)

In the Shadow of Another World" 
     Dagon, no. 21 (1988)  
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Insufferable Salvation of Lawrence Talbot the Wolfman" [sk] 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [under "Two Immortals"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales(1997)

"The Interminable Equation" [sk] 
     Tiamet, no 5 (June/July 1991) [as "Nihilistic Horror"] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Nihilistic Horror", part of "Studies in 
     Horror"]  
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Interminable Residence of the Friends of the House of Usher" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 6 (1985) [part of "A Selection of Poe"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"The Intolerable Lesson of the Phantom of the Opera" [sk]
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [under "Leading Men"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Introduction" to Grimscribe
     Grimscribe (1991)

"Invocation to the Void" [sk]   
     Grimoire
, #6 (Fall 1983) [as "To Conceive of Another World" as by Charles Miguel Riaz"] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Occult Horror", part of "Studies in Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Journal of J. P. Drapeau" 
     Dagon, no. 20 (1987) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Last Feast of Harlequin" 
     The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, April 1990 [cover story]
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling (eds). Year's Best Fantasy & Horror: Fourth Annual Collection (1991)
     Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell (eds). Best New Horror 2 (1991)
     Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell (eds). The Giant Book of Best New Horror (1993) 
     Edward L. Ferman & Kristine Kathryn Rusch (eds). The Best from Fantasy & Science Fiction: A 45th 
     Anniversary Anthology (1994)  
    
Jim Turner (ed). Cthulhu 2000 (1995) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996) 
    
Joyce Carol Oates (ed). American Gothic Tales (1996)

The Last Feast of Harlequin [by Thomas Ligotti and Brandon Trenz] 
     [Unpublished, unproduced screenplay based on Ligotti's short story of the same name (written 1999-2000).]

"Leading Men" ["The Unbearable Rebirth of the Phantom of the Wax Museum"; and "The Intolerable Lesson
      of  the Phantom of the Opera"; see under individual titles]

"The Library of Byzantium" 
     Dagon, no. 22/23 (September-December 1988)
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Lost Art of Twilight" 
     Dark Horizon, no. 30 (Summer 1986)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     Weird Tales, no. 297 (Summer 1990)
     Martin H. Greenberg, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz and Robert Weinberg (eds). A Taste for Blood (1993) 
     John Betancourt (ed). Best of Weird Tales (1995) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Macabre Horror" [see "Death without End"]

"Mad Night of Atonement" 
     Grue, No. 9 (1989)
     Noctuary (1994) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Madman", by Aloysius Bertrand, translated by Thomas Ligotti
     Fantasy and Terror #7 (1985)

"Masquerade of a Dead Sword" 
     Jessica Amanda Salmonson (ed). Heroic Visions II (1986)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Masters Eyes Shining with Secrets" [sk]
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 4 (1984) [as "Transcendental Horror"]
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Transcendental Horror", part of "Studies in 
     Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Mechanical Museum" [by John B. Ford and Thomas Ligotti]
     Forthcoming

"The Medusa" 
     Fantasy Tales, 3 no. 1, whole no. 7 (Winter 1991; C&G #4 1991)
     Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell (eds). Best New Horror 3 (1992)
     Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell (eds). The Giant Book of Terror (1994)
     Noctuary (1994) 
     Stephen Jones and David Sutton (eds). The Giant Book of Fantasy Tales (1996) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Miss Plarr" 
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     Weird Tales, 53 no. 2, whole no. 303 (Winter 1991-1992)  
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Mocking Mystery" [sk] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"Mrs. Rinaldi's Angel" 
     Ellen Datlow (ed). A Whisper of Blood (1991) 
     Noctuary (1994) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Murderer", by Gaston Danville, translated by Thomas Ligotti
     Fantasy Macabre #7 (1985)

"The Music of the Moon" 
     Fantasy Macabre, no. 9 (1987) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996) 
     Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg and Martin H. Greenberg (eds). 100 Twisted Little Tales of 
     Torment (1998)

"My Case for Retributive Action"
     Weird Tales # 324 (Summer 2001)

"My Work Is Not Yet Done" 
     [posted at Thomas Ligotti Online, January 2002]
     My Work Is Not Yet Done (2002)

"The Mystics of Muelenburg" 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 7 no. 1, whole no. 51 (Hallowmas 1987)
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996) 
     Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg and Martin H. Greenberg (eds). 100 Fiendish Little
     Frightmares
 (1997)

"The Nameless Horror" [sk] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Nameless Horror", part of "Studies in 
     Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"Nethescurial" 
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     Weird Tales, 53 no. 2, whole no. 303 (Winter 1991-1992)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The New Blackness" [sk] [see "Ghost Stories for the Dead"]

"New Faces in the City" [sk] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Unreal Horror", part of "Studies in Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"The New Silence" [sk] [see "Ghost Stories for the Dead"]

"The Night School" 
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     Tekeli-li! , no. 4 (Winter/Spring 1992)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Nightmare Horror" [see "The Career of Nightmares"]

"The Nightmare Network"
     John C. Pelan (ed). Darkside: Horror for the Next Millennium (1996)
     Esoterra, no. 8 (Winter/Spring 1999)
     My Work Is Not Yet Done (2002)

"Nihilistic Horror" [see "The Interminable Equation"]

"Notes on the Writing of Horror: A Story" 
     Dark Horizons, no. 28 (Spring 1985)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     David G. Hartwell (ed). Foundations of Fear (1992)

David G. Hartwell (ed). Foundations of Fear: Visions of Fear (1994)

"The Nyctalops Trilogy" ["The Chymist"; "Drink to Me Only with Labyrinthine Eyes"; and "Eye of the Lynx"; 
     these three stories are referred to as "The Nyctalops Trilogy" only on the contents page of the expanded 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1989)]

"Occult Horror" [see "Invocation to the Void"]

"The Old Nonsense and the New" [sk] [see "Ghost Stories for the Dead"]

"One May Be Dreaming" [sk] 
     Dagon, no. 22/23 (September-December 1988) [as "Oneiric Horror"]
     Noctuary (1994)

"One Thousand Painful Variations Performed upon Divers Creatures Undergoing the Treatment of Dr. Moreau, 
     Humanist" [sk] 
     Grimoire, no. 1 (Summer 1982) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [under "Three Scientists"] 
     Anon. (ed). Rhysling Anthology 1986 (1986) 
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Oneiric Horror" [see "One May Be Dreaming"]

"The Order of Illusion" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 4 (1984) [Twelve Ghosts and Twelve Others] [as "Order of Illusion"] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu , 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Order of Illusion"]
     Noctuary (1994)

"Our Temporary Supervisor" [a sequel to "My Case for Retributive Action"]
     Weird Tales #325

"Paradoxes from Hell" [a grouping of five short pieces: "The Decayed Mystic"; "The Stricken Philosopher"; 
     "The Deranged Poet"; "The Complete Madman"; and "Postscript"]

"The Perilous Legacy of Emily St. Aubert, Inheritress of Udolpho" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 7 (1985) 
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"The Physic" [sk] 
     Grimoire, #2 (1982) [as "Excerpt from Dreams of the Zodiac", as by Louis Miguel Riaz] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"Postscript" (sk)
     Grimoire #4 (1983) [under the pseudonym Charles Miguel Riaz] 
     AKLO: A Volume of the Fantastic, edited by Mark Valentine, Roger Dobson and R.B. Russell (1998) [part 
     of "Paradoxes from Hell"]

"Prehistoric Horror" [see "Primordial Loathing"]

"The Premature Death of H. P. Lovecraft, Oldest Man in New England"[sk]
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 5 (1985) [part of "Selections of Lovecraft"]
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [part of "Selections of Lovecraft"] 
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Primordial Loathing" [sk] 
     Tiamet, no 5 (June/July 1991) [as "Prehistoric Horror"] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Prehistoric Horror", part of "Studies in 
     Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Prodigy of Dreams" 
     David D. Dayo, Jr. (ed). All the Devils Are Here (1986) 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989)
     Noctuary (1994)  
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Professor Nobody's Little Lectures on Supernatural Horror" 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)

"Puppet Horror" [see "The Puppet Masters"]

"The Puppet Masters" [sk] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Puppet Horror", part of "Studies in Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Real Wolf" 
     Nocturne, no. 1 (1988) 
     Chills, no. 5 (Spring 1991) 
     Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg and Martin H. Greenberg (eds). 100 Creepy Little Creature 
     Stories (1994)

"The Red Tower" 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Salvation by Doom" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 8 (1986) [as "Gothic Horror"]
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Gothic Horror", part of "Studies in Horror"] 
     Noctuary (1994)

"Sardonic Mundane" [sk] [as by Louis Miguel Riaz] 
     Grimoire #2 (1982)

"The Scream: From 1800 to the Present" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 7 (1985) 
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"The Sect of the Idiot" 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 7 no. 6, whole no. 56 (Roodmass 1988)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989) 
     Robert M. Price (ed). The Azathoth Cycle (1995) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"A Selection of Poe" ["The Transparent Alias of William Wilson, Sportsman and Scoundrel"; "The Worthy 
     Inmate of the Will of the Lady Ligeia"; and "The Interminable Residence of the Friends of the House of 
     Usher"; see under individual titles]

"Selections of Lovecraft" ["The Fabulous Alienation of the Outsider, Being of No Fixed Abode"; "The 
     Blasphemous Enlightenment of Prof. Francis Wayland Thurston of Boston, Providence, and the Human 
     Race"; "The Premature Death of H. P. Lovecraft, Oldest Man in new England"; see under individual titles]

"Severini" 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Shadow, The Darkness" 
     Al Sarrantonio (ed). 999 (1999)

"The Shadow at the Bottom of the World" 
     Fear, no. 16 (April 1990) 
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     DAC News, (October 1994) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996) 
     Jim Turner (ed). Eternal Lovecraft (1998)

*"Sideshow, and Other Stories" 
     Mark Ziesing (ed). A Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore (forthcoming 2000?)

"A Soft Voice Whispers Nothing" 
     In a Foreign Town, In a Foreign Land (1997) 
     Weird Tales, v. 55 no. 4; whole no. 316 (Summer 1999)

"The Spectacles in the Drawer" 
     Etchings & Odysseys, no. 10 (1987) 
     Tales of Lovecraftian Horror, no. 2 (June 1988) 
     Fantasy Tales, 2 no. 3, whole no. 6 (Spring 1991)
     Grimscribe (1991) 
     Stephen Jones and David Sutton (eds). The Giant Book of Fantasy Tales (1996) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Spectral Estate" [sk] 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Spectral Horror", part of "Studies in 
     Horror"]  
     Noctuary (1994)

"Spectral Horror" [see "The Spectral Estate"]

"The Strange Design of Master Rignolo" 
     Grue, No. 10 (Fall 1989)
     Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell (eds). Best New Horror (1990)
     Noctuary (1994)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Striken Philosopher" (sk) 
     Grimoire #4 (1983) [under the pseudonym Charles Miguel Riaz] 
     AKLO: A Volume of the Fantastic, edited by Mark Valentine, Roger Dobson and R.B. Russell (1998) [part 
     of "Paradoxes from Hell"]

"Studies in Horror" [series of sketches]
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [fourteen pieces, see under each individual title: 
     "Transcendent Horror"; "Gothic Horror"; "Exotic Horror"; "Spectral Horror"; "Unreal Horror"; "Demonic 
     Horror"; "Macabre Horror"; "Puppet Horror"; "Prehistoric Horror"; "Nameless Horror"; "Nightmare Horror"; 
     "Occult Horror"; "Dreamworld Horror"; "Nihilistic Horror"]

"The Superb Companion of Andre de V., Anti-Pygmalion" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 7 (1985) 
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Tales of the New Dream" [sk] [see "Ghost Stories for the Dead"]

"Teatro Grottesco" 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)
     Worlds of Fantasy & Horror, no. 4 (Winter 1996-1997) )
     Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling (eds). The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Tenth Annual Collection (1997)

"Ten Steps to Thin Mountain" 
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989)

"This Degenerate Little Town" [A series of ten prose poems. A "paramusical dreamscape setting of the
     text by Current 93 is available on the compact disc and vinyl album of the same title (Durtro 084CD), and
     is released in December 2001."]
     This Degenerate Little Town (2001)

"Three Scientists" ["One Thousand Painful Variations Performed upon Divers Creatures Undergoing the
     Treatment of Dr. Moreau, Humanist"; "The Excruciating Final Days of Dr. Henry Jekyll, Englishman"; and 
     "The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein, Citizen of Geneva", see under individual titles]

"To Conceive of Another World" (sk) [see "Invocation to the Void"]

"Transcendental Horror" [see "The Master's Eyes Shining with Secrets"]

"The Transparent Alias of William Wilson, Sportsman and Scoundrel" [sk] 
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 6 (1985) [part of "A Selection of Poe"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"The Troubles of Dr. Thoss" 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) 
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"The Tsalal" 
     Noctuary (1994) 
     Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell (eds). The Best New Horror: Volume Five (1994) 
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"Two Immortals" ["The Heart of Count Dracula, Descendent of Attila, Scourge of God"; and  
     "The Insufferable Salvation of Lawrence Talbot the Wolfman"; see under individual titles]

"The Unbearable Rebirth of the Phantom of the Wax Museum" [sk]
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (1985) [under "Leading Men"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"The Unfamiliar" [sk]
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 8 (1986) [as "Exotic Horror"]
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989) [as "Exotic Horror", part of "Studies in Horror"]
     Noctuary (1994)

"The Unnatural Persecution, by a Vampire, of Mr. Jacob J." [sk]
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 7 (1985)
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)

"Unreal Horror" [see "New Faces in the City"]

"Vastarien"
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 6 no. 6, whole no. 48 (St. John's Eve 1987)
     Songs of a Dead Dreamer (revised, 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

Robert M. Price (ed). The New Lovecraft Circle (1996)

"The Voice in the Bones"
     Crypt of Cthulhu, No. 65 (St. John's Eve 1989)
     Noctuary (1994)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996)

"When You Hear the Singing, You Will Know It Is Time"
     In a Foreign Town, In a Foreign Land (1997)

"The Worthy Inmate of the Will of the Lady Ligeia" [sk]
     Fantasy & Terror, no. 6 (1985) [part of "A Selection of Poe"]
     The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein & Other Gothic Tales (1997)


Nonfiction:

[one paragraph of comments]. Contemporary Literary Criticism, volume 44 (1987)

*[Ligotti is featured in the CD by Current 93, All the Pretty Horses (1996)]

"The Consolations of Horror" [essay]
     Horror Magazine, no. 13 (1982)
     Dark Horizons, no. 27 (1984)
     Crypt of Cthulhu, 9 no. 1, whole no. 68 (Hallowmas 1989)
     The Nightmare Factory (1996) [as "Introduction"]

"The Dark Beauty of Unheard of Horrors" [essay]
     Tekeli-li!, no. 4 (Winter/Spring 1992)
    Song of Cthulhu, ed. Stephen Mark Rainey (August 2001)

"In the Night, In the Dark: A Note on the Appreciation of Weird Fiction" [essay]
     Necrofile , No. 1 (Summer 1991) [as "Platitudes and Pontifications for the Appreciation of Weird Fiction"]
     Noctuary (1994)

"Jessica Amanda Salmonson: Heromaker" [essay]
     John C. Pelan (ed). Axolotl Special Number One (1989)

"Nestled in Dread: The Art of Harry Morris" [A review of Scenes from Lautremont's Maldoror by Harry O. " 
     Morris]
     Grimoire
, no. 5 (Summer 1983)

"Obsession Always Leads to Fear" [interview with David Tibet]]
     Esoterra
, no. 8 (Winter/Spring 1999)

"Platitudes and Pontifications for the Appreciation of Weird Fiction" [see "In the Night, In the Dark"]

"Read This" [reading notes]
     The New York Review of Science Fiction, no. 40 (December 1991)

"A Thomas Ligotti Bibliography" [bibliography]
     Dagon, no. 22/23 (September-December 1988)

"Thoughts Concerning a Decadent Universe"  [afterword]
    The Book of Jade, by David Park Barnitz (London:  Durtro, 1998)  [Limited. to 300 numbered copies.]

"We Can Hide from Horror Only in the Heart of Horror"  [notes and aphorisms]
    Das Schwarze Geheimnis, no. 1 (1994)
    The Art of Grimscribe [German website devoted to Ligotti]
    http://home.snafu.de/angwa/Ligotti/essay/horror_e.htm


Interviews:

Angerhuber, E. M., and Thomas Wagner.  "Disillusionment Can Be Glamorous: An Interview with Thomas Ligotti"
      The Art of Grimscribe [German website devoted to Ligotti]
      http://home.snafu.de/angwa/Ligotti/essay/horror_e.htm


Bee, Robert. "An Interview With Thomas Ligotti,"
     SpicyGreen Iguana [small press webzine], (September 1999) 
     Thomas Ligotti Online (Feb 2000 - )

Bryant, Ed (and others)."Transcript of Chat with Thomas Ligotti on December 3, 1998", posted at the online 
    
magazine Event Horizon (www.e-horizon.com), December 1998.

Dziemianowicz, Stefan. "The Tom Ligotti Interview", Tekeli-li!, no. 4 (Winter/Spring 1992)

Summary Bibliography: Thomas Ligotti

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  • The 'Chymist (1981)
  • Allan & Adelaide: An Arabesque (1981)
  • Les Fleurs (1981)
  • Dream of a Mannikin (1982) also appeared as:
  • The Frolic (1982)
  • Dr. Voke and Mr. Veech (1983) also appeared as:
  • The Christmas Eves of Aunt Elise: A Tale of Possession in Old Grosse Pointe (1983) also appeared as:
  • The Order of Illusion (1984)
  • Alice's Last Adventure (1985) also appeared as:
  • One Thousand Painful Variations Performed Upon Divers Creatures Undergoing the Treatment of Dr. Moreau, Humanist (1985)
  • Professor Nobody's Little Lectures on Supernatural Horror (1985)
  • The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein, Citizen of Geneva (1985)
  • The Blasphemous Enlightenment of Prof. Francis Wayland Thurston of Boston, Providence, and the Human Race (1985)
  • The Eternal Devotion of the Governess to the Residents of Bly (1985)
  • The Ever-Vigilant Guardians of Secluded Estates (1985)
  • The Excruciating Final Days of Dr. Henry Jekyll, Englishman (1985)
  • The Fabulous Alienation of the Outsider, Being of No Fixed Abode (1985)
  • The Greater Festival of Masks (1985) also appeared as:
  • The Heart of Count Dracula, Descendant of Attila, Scourge of God (1985)
  • The Insufferable Salvation of Lawrence Talbot the Wolfman (1985)
  • The Interminable Residence of the Friends of the House of Usher (1985)
  • The Intolerable Lesson of the Phantom of the Opera (1985)
  • The Perilous Legacy of Emily St. Aubert, Inheritress of Udolpho (1985)
  • The Premature Death of H. P. Lovecraft, Oldest Man in New England (1985)
  • The Scream: from 1800 to the Present (1985)
  • The Superb Companion of AndrĂ© de V., Anti-Pygmalion (1985)
  • The Transparent Alias of William Wilson, Sportsman and Scoundrel (1985)
  • The Troubles of Dr. Thoss (1985) also appeared as:
  • The Unbearable Rebirth of the Phantom of the Wax Museum (1985)
  • The Unnatural Persecution, by a Vampire, of Mr. Jacob J. (1985)
  • The Worthy Inmate of the Will of the Lady Ligeia (1985)
  • Notes on the Writing of Horror: A Story (1985)
  • The Lost Art of Twilight (1986) also appeared as:
  • Masquerade of a Dead Sword (1986) also appeared as:
  • The Prodigy of Dreams (1986) also appeared as:
  • Dr. Locrian's Asylum (1987) also appeared as:
  • The Music of the Moon (1987) also appeared as:
  • The Mystics of Muelenburg (1987) also appeared as:
  • Vastarien (1987) also appeared as:
  • The Spectacles in the Drawer (1987) also appeared as:
  • The Journal of J. P. Drapeau (1987) also appeared as:
  • The Real Wolf (1988)
  • Autumn Horror (1988)
  • Oneiric Horror (1988)
  • The Library of Byzantium (1988) also appeared as:
  • Mad Night of Atonement (1989) also appeared as:
  • The Strange Design of Master Rignolo (1989) also appeared as:
  • The Voice in the Bones (1989) also appeared as:
  • Conversations in a Dead Language (1989) also appeared as:
  • Allen and Adelaide: An Arabesque (1989)
  • Charnelhouse of the Moon (1989)
  • Ghost Stories for the Dead (1989)
  • Order of Illusion (1989)
  • Selections of Lovecraft (1989)
  • Studies in Horror (1989)
  • Ten Steps to Thin Mountain (1989)
  • The Shadow at the Bottom of the World (1990) also appeared as:
  • The Medusa (1991) also appeared as:
  • Flowers of the Abyss (1991) also appeared as:
  • Mrs. Rinaldi's Angel (1991) also appeared as:
  • In the Shadow of Another World (1991) also appeared as:
  • Introduction (Grimscribe: His Lives and Works) (1991) also appeared as:
  • Miss Plarr (1991) also appeared as:
  • Nethescurial (1991) also appeared as:
  • The Cocoons (1991) also appeared as:
  • The Dreaming in Nortown (1991) also appeared as:
  • The Glamour (1991) also appeared as:
  • The Night School (1991) also appeared as:
  • Autumnal (1994)
  • Charnel House of the Moon (1994)
  • Death without End (1994)
  • Invocation to the Void (1994)
  • New Faces in the City (1994)
  • One May Be Dreaming (1994)
  • Primordial Loathing (1994)
  • Salvation by Doom (1994)
  • Suicide by Imagination (1994)
  • The Career of Nightmares (1994)
  • The Demon Man (1994)
  • The Eternal Mirage (1994)
  • The Inquisitor (1994)
  • The Interminable Equation (1994)
  • The Master's Eyes Shining with Secrets (1994)
  • The Mocking Mystery (1994)
  • The Nameless Horror (1994)
  • The Physic (1994)
  • The Premature Transfiguration (1994)
  • The Puppet Masters (1994)
  • The Spectral Estate (1994) also appeared as:
  • The Tsalal (1994) also appeared as:
  • The Unfamiliar (1994)
  • The Nightmare Network (1995) also appeared as:
  • The Bungalow House (1995) also appeared as:
  • Gas Station Carnivals (1996) also appeared as:
  • Severini (1996) also appeared as:
  • Teatro Grottesco (1996) also appeared as:
  • The Clown Puppet (1996) also appeared as:
  • The Red Tower (1996) also appeared as:
  • A Soft Voice Whispers Nothing (1997) also appeared as:
  • His Shadow Shall Rise to a Higher House (1997) also appeared as:
  • The Bells Will Sound Forever (1997) also appeared as:
  • When You Hear the Singing, You Will Know It Is Time (1997) also appeared as:
  • The Shadow, The Darkness (1999)
  • I Have a Special Plan for This World (2000) also appeared as:
  • My Case for Retributive Action (2001)
  • My Work Is Not Yet Done (2001) also appeared as:
  • Our Temporary Supervisor (2001)
  • The Mechanical Museum (2002) withJohn B. Ford
  • Purity (2003)
  • Sideshow and Other Stories (2003)
  • The Town Manager (2003)
  • Notebook of the Night (2013)
  • Metaphysica Morum (2014)
  • The Small People (2014)
  • Petits jeux [French] (2014)
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