Bibliography

[Trust me, I'm painfully aware that the following falls spectacularly short of the standards required for a proper scholarly bibliography: no isbn numbers, no notation of second and third printings, the premeditated absence of stuff even I'm too ashamed to list, etc. It does, on the other hand, have pretty pictures to accompany the dry listings of editions and appearances, and we all know that that's what counts. What'd really be great, in fact, would be if some genius could print up all the jpegs as bubble-gum cards so I could carry my 'bibliography' round in my pocket like an old pack of Mars Attacks ... ]
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1. Short Stories (reverse chronology)

"Z.O.A."
   i.  Zombie Apocalypse! Endgame, Constable Robinson, UK, 2014
   ii. Zombie Apocalypse! Endgame, Running Press, USA, 2014



"Postcards from Abroad"
   i. The Impostor's Monocle (RDR#8), Earthling Publications, USA, 2013


   ii. The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror, Prime Books, USA, 2014


   iii. CD Select: Peter Atkins, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2015 (eBook)


iv. CD Select: Peter Atkins, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2017 (ltd. edition hardcover)



"The Return of Boy Justice"
   i. The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes, Alchemy Press, UK, 2012


   ii. The Voyage of the Dead (RDR#9), Earthling Publications 2015


   iii. eBook 'single', Cemetery Dance, USA, 2016



"You Are What You Eat"
   i.  Zombie Apocalypse! Fightback, Constable Robinson, UK, 2012
   ii. Zombie Apocalypse! Fightback, Running Press, USA, 2012



"All Our Hearts are Ghosts"
   i. Gutshot, PS Publishing, UK, 2011


  ii. Cemetery Riots, Awol from Elysium Press, USA, 2016



"Dancing Like We're Dumb"
   i. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011


   ii. The Raven of October (RDR#7), Earthling Publications, USA, 2012


   iii. Best New Horror 23, Constable Robinson, UK, 2012
   iv. Best New Horror 23, Running Press, USA, 2012



"Frumpy Little Beat Girl"
   i. Curtain Call (RDR#6), Earthling Publications, USA, 2010


   ii. Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2011, Prime Books, USA, 2011


   iii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011
   iv. The Mammoth Book of Angels & Demons, Constable Robinson, UK, 2013
   v.  The Mammoth Book of Angels & Demons, Running Press, USA, 2013



"The Show Must Go On"
   i.  Zombie Apocalypse! Constable Robinson, UK, 2010
   ii. Zombie Apocalypse! Running Press, USA, 2010
   iii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011



"Intricate Green Figurines"
   i. Bartlett: A Centenary Symposium (RDR#5), Earthling Publications, USA, 2009
   ii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011
   iii. CD Select: Peter Atkins, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2015 (eBook)
   iv. CD Select: Peter Atkins, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2017 (ltd. edition hardcover)



"The Mystery"
   i. Spook City, PS Publishing, UK, 2009


   ii. Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2010, Prime Books, USA, 2010


   iii. Haunts: Reliquaries of the Dead, Ulysses Press, USA, 2011
   iv. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011
   v. CD Select: Peter Atkins, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2015 (eBook)
  vi. CD Select: Peter Atkins, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2017 (ltd. edition hardcover)



"Prisoners of the Inferno"
i. Hellbound Hearts, Simon & Schuster, USA, 2009
ii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011



"The Girl in the Blue Volcano"
   i. KRDR: Welcome to the Ether (RDR#4), Earthling Publications, USA, 2008
   ii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011



"Last of the Invisible Kings"
   i. The Twilight Limited (RDR#3), Earthling Publications, USA, 2007


   ii. FantasyCon 2011 Souvenir Programme, British Fantasy Society, UK, 2011
   iii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011



"Stacy and her Idiot"
   i. Dark Delicacies II: Fear, Carroll & Graf, USA, 2007


   ii. Dark Delicacies II: Fear, Ace Books, USA, 2008
   iii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011


   iv. eBook 'single', Cemetery Dance, USA, 2016



"Between the Cold Moon and the Earth"
   i. At the Sign of the Snowman's Skull (RDR#2), Earthling Publications, USA, 2006


   ii. PostScripts#10, PS Publishing, UK, 2007


   iii. Best New Horror 18, Constable Robinson, UK, 2007
   iv. Best New Horror 18, Carroll & Graf, USA, 2007


   v. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011
   vi. Ghosts: Recent Hauntings, Prime Books, USA, 2012
   vii. CD Select: Peter Atkins, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2015 (eBook)
  viii. CD Select: Peter Atkins, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2017 (ltd. edition hardcover)



"The Cubist's Attorney"
   i. Darkness Rising (RDR#1), Earthling Publications, USA, 2005


   ii. Cemetery Dance#56, Cemetery Dance, USA, 2006


   iii. Best New Horror 17, Robinson, UK, 2006
   iv. Best New Horror 17, Carroll & Graf, USA, 2006
   v. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011



"King of Outer Space"
   i. The Museum of Horrors, Leisure Books, USA, 2001
   ii. The Museum of Horrors, Leisure Paperbacks, USA, 2003


   iii. Don't Turn Out the Light, PS Publishing, UK, 2005
   iv. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011



"Doctor Arcadia"
   i. Wishmaster and Others, Pumpkin Books, UK, 1999
   ii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011



"Aviatrix"
   i. Demons and Deviants, Phantom Press/Fantaco Books, USA, 1992


   ii. Best New Horror 4, Robinson, UK, 1993


   iii. Best New Horror 4, Carroll & Graf, USA, 1993


   iv. Horror: il Meglio, Casa Editrice Nord, Italy, 1994
   v. The Giant Book of Terror, Magpie Books, UK, 1994
   vi. The Giant Book of Terror, The Book Company, Australia, 1994


   vii. Wishmaster and Others, Pumpkin Books, UK, 1999
   viii. Rumours of the Marvellous, Alchemy Press, UK, 2011
   ix. Best New Horror 4: 25th Anniversary Edition, Drugstore Indian Press, 2016



"Children of Fire"
   i. Dread Summer Special #1, Phantom Press, 1992



"Eternal Delight" (written 1986)
   i. Skull#1, 1994



   ii. Wishmaster and Others, Pumpkin Books, UK, 1999
   iii. Spook City, PS Publishing, UK, 2009


"Here Comes a Candle" (written 1986)
   i. Fear#3, 1988


ii. Wishmaster and Others, Pumpkin Books, UK, 1999
iii. Spook City, PS Publishing, UK, 2009


"Faithless" (written 1985)
i. Wishmaster and Others, Pumpkin Books, UK, 1999

"The Milk of Paradise" (written 1985)
i. Wishmaster and Others, Pumpkin Books, UK, 1999



2. Novels (reverse chronology)

Moontown
   i. Earthling Publications, USA, 2008 (hardcover)


   ii. Earthling Publications, USA, 2014 (lettered edition, slipcased hardcover)
   iii.Cemetery Dance, USA, 2016 (e-book)



Big Thunder
   i. Harper Collins, UK, 1997 (hardcover)



   ii. Harper Collins, UK, 1998 (paperback)
   iii. Cemetery Dance, USA, 2016 (e-book)



Morningstar
   i. Harper Collins, USA, 1992 (paperback)


   ii. Harper Collins, UK, 1992 (hardcover)


   iii. Grafton, Australia, 1992 (paperback)
   iv. Harper Collins, UK, 1993 (paperback)


   v. Stealth Press, USA, 2000 (hardcover)


   vi. InfraPress, USA, 2004 (trade paperback)


   vii. Cemetery Dance, USA, 2016 (e-book)




3. Non-Fiction

Oh, bugger off. I'm tired. And I'm reprinting most of the non-fiction stuff on the blog anyway.

4. Comic Books

"Songs of Metal and Flesh"
   i. Hellraiser #3, Epic Comics, USA, 1990


   ii. Hellraiser #2, Comics USA, France, 1991
   iii. Some 'best of Hellraiser' volume or other, USA, 2002
   iv. Another 'best of', USA, 2010(ish)


Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (book-length adaptation of the movie)
   i. Marvel/Epic, USA, 1992

3 comments:

  1. Champion bibliography of champion work. I just want to say that I'm a huge fan of you and your work, if it hadn't been for you and Clive Barker, I never would have been inspired by the realm of fantasy and become a writer myself. I owe my published books to you and Clive, especially my first ever novel and my latest book coming soon which are both horrors and definitely homages to the dark, nightmarish and graphic horror masterpieces that you and Clive write :)

    Also, keep up the amazing work, I look forward to seeing and reading more outlandish and awesome stories, the stuff that dark dreamers are made of.

    On a side note, with the resurgence of the Djinn in the movies in recent years, such as the Tope Hooper movie "Djinn" and the Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad film "Jinn", I was wondering if perhaps it's time for the first Djinn who made his famous appearance in cinemas back in 1997 and had several sequels from 1999 to 2002 to make a grand comeback. Many have been asking about it and it would cool to see a Wishmaster 5. I was wondering, how could the sequel be made, do you own the rights or do you know how they could be available? It would be great to see a possible sequel where the Djinn finally inherit the earth and turn it into a blazing inferno where mankind is at the mercy to their cruel empire, used for the sadistic entertainment of the Djinn and his brethren. All hope seems to be lost, but unknown to the Djinn, a descendant of the great alchemist must uncover the powers hidden in his bloodline to devise a way to banish the Djinn back to their world and this time keep them there forever. Learning of the impending threat, the Djinn tries to thwart the young wizard on his dangerous quest across much treachery and temptation to the fiery kingdom and in an epic final confrontation between good and evil, singe the fires and save the souls of humanity. It's a rough concept at the moment which needs fleshing out, it would be a great treat for the fans to finally see the prophecy fulfilled and the iconic Djinn return for one last grand finale in a twisted, horrific and thrilling fantasy. It would be an honour to hear your thoughts on the idea for a possible Wishmaster 5, it would mean a lot.

    Best Regards
    Phil

    philipbrocklehurst@virginmedia.com

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/P.M.-Thomas/e/B00IE7KS76/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1

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    1. Hi Phil,

      Thanks for your kind words, sir, and very best wishes for much success with your own stuff.

      As to your Epic Dark Fantasy take on Wishmaster 5, I like it a lot! Unfortunately, as you correctly guessed might be the case, I have no control (nor ownership) of the movie franchise so you'd have to pitch it to whatever corporate entity inherited the rights after Live/Artisan went the way of all flesh. Or just change a few names and background details and write it yourself as an original novel! After all, nobody owns the 'rights' to the *idea* of the Djinn. Except They Who Walk Between the Worlds, of course ... ;-)

      Cheers,

      Pete

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    2. Hi Pete

      You're welcome sir, and many thanks for your kind wishes, I am truly honoured and over the moon, it really means a lot :)

      My apologises for the late reply, been so engrossed in writing my book, when I start one, I'm always compelled to complete it, now I have, I think this calls for a little rest until the next one, lol.

      Glad you like the idea for Wishmaster 5, that's made my day :D

      It's a shame to hear you have no control or ownership of the Wishmaster series. Indeed, the rights of a franchise can be a tricky thing to obtain, especially when the company that holds it is no longer apart of this realm. I could have a hunt around for who could own it but that is bound to be a very tricky task. Better yet, like you said, change the names and certain details, making it it's own Djinn related story which is very cool and I like a lot, a homage in spirit to your 1997 cult classic and a new tale in the Djinn legend. Absolutely, nobody owns the mythology, the idea and the name of the Djinn, except indeed, the devious twisters of human desires, those wishmasters themselves :)

      Best Regards

      Phil

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