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Algernon Blackwood

  1. Algernon Blackwood is a great horror writer.
  2. Algernon Blackwood is a master at writing suspensful thrillers and bone chillers.
  3. Algernon Blackwood is a writer in the weird tradition who unfortunately has been largely forgotten by the reading public. (Web site)
  4. Algernon Blackwood was a British writer who is well known for writing ghost stories. (Web site)
  5. Algernon Blackwood was a great inspiration for the horror writers who came after him. (Web site)

Bentley Little

  1. Bentley Little is a prolific and popular writer of horror fiction. (Web site)
  2. Bentley Little is A fantastic writer, albeit a little crazy I think, but nonetheless extremely readable.
  3. Bentley Little is a giant when it comes to making every day normal living seem so frightening.
  4. Bentley Little is a great writer of the warped and macabre.
  5. Bentley Little is one of my favorite authors along with Richard Laymon and Jack Ketchum.

Bram Stoker

  1. Bram Stoker was actually jumping on the vampire bandwagon long after their popularity had been established.
  2. Bram Stoker is a great writer.
  3. Bram Stoker is a notoriously elusive subject.
  4. Bram Stoker is a very good writer.
  5. Bram Stoker was born near Dublin on November 8, 1847, the third of seven children.

Caitlin Kiernan

  1. Caitlin Kiernan is a tremendous new voice in the field of gothic dark fiction.
  2. Caitlin Kiernan is a very talented author whose imagination simply outbeats everyone else's in the genre.
  3. Caitlin Kiernan is a wonderful writer with some health problems and no insurance.

Caroline Cooney

  1. Caroline Cooney is a fantastic author, and as I have enjoyed all her other books, I enjoyed this one fully.
  2. Caroline Cooney is a great author. (Web site)
  3. Caroline Cooney is a master at rapid paced action that takes your breath away.
  4. Caroline Cooney is an excellent writer and I know that she will produce more exciting novels.
  5. Caroline Cooney is the writer of Code Orange, and during the middle of the story examines desperation and exasperation. (Web site)

Christie Golden

  1. Christie Golden is a Star Trek author, the writer of many Star Trek: Voyager books as well as her own fantasy series, The Last Dance .
  2. Christie Golden is a brilliant world builder and her characters are people it is easy to care about. (Web site)
  3. Christie Golden is a multi-published author, but this is her first book in the Luna line.
  4. Christie Golden is an award winning author who lives in Denver , Colorado , United States .
  5. Christie Golden is the award-winning author of twenty-seven novels and over a dozen short stories in the fields of fantasy, science fiction, and horror.

Christopher Fowler

  1. Christopher Fowler is a clever wordsmith.
  2. Christopher Fowler is a novelist and scriptwriter best known for his dark urban fiction.
  3. Christopher Fowler is a writer best known for his horror and fantasy novels (if you ever find a copy of Roofworld, grab it immediately. (Web site)
  4. Christopher fowler is a genious Basically this is a tale of a man who has his life revamped by a daemon.

Christopher Pike

  1. Christopher Pike is a character in the fictional Star Trek universe .
  2. Christopher Pike is a fictional character in Star Trek .
  3. Christopher Pike is a great writer who allows your mind to enter his mind-bending worlds. (Web site)
  4. Christopher Pike is a master at writing and it's the kind of book you can read again and again and love as much as you did the first time.
  5. Christopher Pike is a passionate editorial photographer with a demonstrated strength in sports photography.

Clive Barker

  1. Clive Barker is a British author of horror fiction and mystery novels. (Web site)
  2. Clive Barker is a brilliant writer.
  3. Clive Barker is a god.
  4. Clive Barker is a horror genius. (Web site)
  5. Clive Barker is a master of horror. (Web site)

Edgar Allan Poe

  1. Ann Radcliffe, Jane Austen, and Edgar Allan Poe are just a few of the authors included, and the adaptations are met with varying success.
  2. It is open to the public and is also the home of the Edgar Allan Poe Society.
  3. Edgar Allan Poe exerts a noticeable influence over King's writing as well.
  4. Edgar Allan Poe is a complicated man whose life story leaves much to the imagination.
  5. Edgar Allan Poe is a debatably crazy author and poet.

Harlan Ellison

  1. Harlan Ellison is a great writer. (Web site)
  2. Harlan Ellison is a professional writer who has contributed to such TV shows as Babylon 5. (Web site)
  3. Harlan Ellison is a science fiction author and movie scriptwriter. (Web site)
  4. Harlan Ellison is a spectacular, emotional, controversial writer of mostly short fiction - reading him is always a personal experience. (Web site)
  5. Harlan Ellison is a writer. (Web site)

Jack Cady

  1. Jack Cady is a master of the fantastic; his stories electrify and haunt the reader. (Web site)
  2. Jack Cady is a winner of the Nebula and the World Fantasy Awards.
  3. Jack Cady is the most underrated of American short story writers. (Web site)
  4. Jack Cady was always a little rough around the edges.
  5. Jack Cady was recognized with a posthumous Special Award. (Web site)

James Herbert

  1. James Herbert is a fantastic writer who uses great imagery to get his views across.
  2. James Herbert is a best selling author due to his many apocalyptic horror novels.
  3. James Herbert is a fantastic writer. (Web site)
  4. James Herbert is a fine writer. (Web site)
  5. James Herbert is a horror writer of dubious literary capability but one with an enormous ability when it comes to the depiction of graphic dismemberment.

Koji Suzuki

  1. Koji Suzuki is a respected Japanese horror writer, he wrote the Ringu series -which are superior in every way to the films.
  2. Koji Suzuki is a literary star in Japan, where RING has sold 2.8 million copies to date.
  3. Koji Suzuki is a literary star in his native Japan, where Ring has sold 2.8 million copies to date.
  4. Koji Suzuki is a literary star in his native Japan, where he is also a respected writer on childcare, having brought up two daughters.
  5. Koji Suzuki is the author of the Ringu cycle of novels. (Web site)


  1. Lovecraft is a favourite of mine as are "The Dunwich Horror" and "The colour out of space".
  2. Lovecraft was a child prodigy, reciting poetry at age two and writing complete poems by six. (Web site)
  3. Lovecraft was a constant companion during that project, and much of the time that I was not working on the research, I was reading his work. (Web site)
  4. Lovecraft was a master of the realistic setting, which makes the eruption of the irrational that much more unnerving.
  5. Lovecraft was a prolific letter writer, inscribing multiple pages to his group of correspondents in small longhand.

Mary Shelley

  1. Mary Shelley is a great writer and everyone should read this classic.
  2. Mary Shelley is a perfect example.
  3. Mary Shelley was 21 when the book was published; she started to write it when she was 18. (Web site)
  4. Mary Shelley was a handsome lady with plenty to offer.
  5. Mary Shelley was a prominent writer of the Romantic Era. (Web site)

Nancy Collins

  1. Nancy Collins is a veteran in the field of dark fantasy and horror writing.
  2. NANCY COLLINS is a full time watercolorist.
  3. Nancy Collins is a great writer. (Web site)
  4. Nancy Collins is a stationer in New York City, and enjoys writing to friends and loved ones on fine cards and paper.
  5. Nancy Collins is a well established writer and I was somewhat surprised to see her venture into self publishing. (Web site)

Nick Mamatas

  1. Nick Mamatas is a new small-press writer I know mostly from his Livejournal, but he's been very well reviewed. (Web site)
  2. Nick Mamatas is a New York writer currently living in exile in Jersey City. (Web site)
  3. Nick Mamatas is a versatile writer. (Web site)
  4. Nick Mamatas is a writer not just going places, but already well on the way with books like Under My Roof and the Stoker Award nominated Move Under Ground. (Web site)
  5. Nick Mamatas is a writer who straddles interesting ground in contemporary fiction. (Web site)

Peter Straub

  1. Peter Straub is a master, and if GHOST STORY didn't prove it to you then JULIA will.
  2. PETER STRAUB is the author of seventeen novels, including Ghost Story and Koko, as well as two collaborations with Stephen King.
  3. Peter Straub is a jazz stylist of modern horror. (Web site)
  4. Peter Straub is one of America’s foremost authors of supernatural and suspense fiction. (Web site)
  5. Peter Straub is the author of fourteen novels, which have been translated into more than twenty languages.

Ramsey Campbell

  1. Ramsey Campbell is one of the greatest living horror writers. (Web site)
  2. Ramsey Campbell is one of the world's most renowned and honored horror writers. (Web site)
  3. Ramsey Campbell is a Liverpool-born writer considered by many critics to be one of the great masters of horror fiction.
  4. Ramsey Campbell is a Sentinel staff writer; he can be reached at or call 001 (352) 742-5923.
  5. Ramsey Campbell is a bit of an aquired taste.

Richard Laymon

  1. Richard Laymon is one of America's foremost leading horror writers, and this is his very own official web site.
  2. Richard Laymon is the author of over 30 novels and 65 short stories.
  3. Richard Laymon was (he died in 2001) a great horror writer and Jack Ketchum is an author I have wanted to check out for a while. (Web site)
  4. Richard Laymon was born in Chicago in 1947 and died on February 14, 2001. (Web site)
  5. Richard Laymon is a Bram Stroker award winning horror novelist who proves he can switch genre gears by writing a fantastic thriller as well.

Richard Matheson

  1. Richard Matheson is a famous writer of science fiction, terror and fantasy, and he authored 14 of the original Twilight Zone episodes. (Web site)
  2. Richard Matheson is a legend in the horror field. (Web site)
  3. Richard Matheson is a HUGE influence on my fantasy writing.
  4. Richard Matheson is a genius.
  5. Richard Matheson is a master Seven Steps to Midnight is one of the best psychological thrillers of all time, an instant classic.

Roald Dahl

  1. Roald Dahl is a master of children's fiction. (Web site)
  2. Roald Dahl is a British author well known for writing books and stories for children and adults. (Web site)
  3. Roald Dahl is a great author. (Web site)
  4. Roald Dahl is a great writer. (Web site)
  5. Roald Dahl is a short story writer of highly unusual gifts whose specialty is what the French term contes cruel, but minus the bloodshed. (Web site)

Robert Louis Stevenson

  1. Robert Louis Stevenson is a great poet. (Web site)
  2. Robert Louis Stevenson is a literary legend and deserves that honor based on this book alone.
  3. Robert Louis Stevenson is a very elusive writer in that he both hints and broadly tells you that he believes that all man has a double side.
  4. Robert Louis Stevenson is a very special person to me, being that he is my 5 th Great Uncle. (Web site)
  5. Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scottish novelist, poet, and travel writer, and a leading representative of Neo-Romanticism in English literature.

Shirley Jackson

  1. Shirley Jackson is a short story writer known for writing disturbing stories that focus not on horrific events, but on normal events that occur in society.
  2. Shirley Jackson is a case in point. (Web site)
  3. Shirley Jackson is a major talent and deserves a place on the web where people can find out more about her and discover her writing.
  4. Shirley Jackson is a native of Georgia and a long-time resident of the City of Union City.
  5. Shirley Jackson is a true master.

Stephen King

  1. Stephen King is a superb story teller. (Web site)
  2. Stephen King is a true Harry fan.
  3. Stephen King is a dog trainer.
  4. Stephen King is a fan of the Boston Red Sox and frequently attends home and away baseball games. (Web site)
  5. Stephen King is a great writer (my sister told me that Pet Semetary scared her to death), but Kubrick's the better filmmaker.

Tananarive Due

  1. Tananarive Due is a former features writer and columnist for the Miami Herald.
  2. Tananarive Due is a former features writer for the Miami Herald.
  3. Tananarive Due is a powerful storyteller with a rich social agenda.
  4. Tananarive Due is a writer with something to say to everyone, and The Good House is her most eloquent, impassioned, thrilling book yet.
  5. Tananarive Due is the author of The Black Rose, My Soul to Keep and The Between, and was a collaborator on the bestselling novel Naked Came the Manatee.

Thomas Ligotti

  1. Thomas Ligotti: A woman named Tina Said was doing a fanzine that used only short prose.
  2. Thomas Ligotti: The character's surname is actually Dominio.
  3. Thomas Ligotti is a brilliant author.
  4. Thomas Ligotti is a major figure in the contemporary literature of supernatural horror.
  5. Thomas Ligotti is a truly unusual author.

Ambrose Bierce

  1. Ambrose Bierce is a shining exception.
  2. Ambrose Bierce is a well-known literary figure for many reasons.
  3. Ambrose Bierce was a man of many distinctions - writer, journalist, humorist, and Civil War veteran.
  4. Ambrose Bierce was an United States of America editorialist, journalist,short-story writer and satirist.
  5. Ambrose Bierce was born in Meigs County, Ohio, the tenth of thirteen children of Marcus and Laura Bierce. (Web site)

Andrew Fox

  1. Andrew Fox is a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a wide variety of experience. (Web site)
  2. Andrew Fox is a proven master of this tactic, he recently took a $200 resell rights product and turned it into a $25,000 sales payday. (Web site)

Anne Rice

  1. Anne Rice is a best-selling author of Gothic novels, historical fiction, and erotica under her own name and two pseudonyms. (Web site)
  2. Anne Rice is a brilliant writer. (Web site)
  3. Anne Rice is a great woman, a brilliant writer, and she has an amazing mind. (Web site)
  4. Anne Rice is a wonderful author, and I'm sure she will do this subject justice. (Web site)
  5. Anne Rice is a wonderful writer. (Web site)

Ann Radcliffe

  1. Ann Radcliffe is a Lee County resident and a mother of two.
  2. Ann Radcliffe is a fine example.13 Moreover, plenty of eighteenth-century poets describe nature in detailed, scientifically precise language.
  3. Ann Radcliffe is a lake in a forest one glances into to watch the effects of the light of the sky on the green and the green back onto the blue woods.
  4. Ann Radcliffe was greatly influenced by the Italian landscape painter, Salvator Rosa. (Web site)
  5. Ann Radcliffe was one of the most celebrated and widely read authors of the period. (Web site)

Arthur Machen

  1. The Friends of Arthur Machen grew out of the remains of the British Arthur Machen Society, which was originally formed in the 1980s. (Web site)
  2. In its fusion of horror with awe, Midnight Sun shows the influence of Algernon Blackwood and Arthur Machen as well as Lovecraft. (Web site)
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  4. Arthur Machen was a fascinating character and antiquarian whose weird writings reveal his learning in the occult and his mystical inclinations. (Web site)

August Derleth

  1. August Derleth was Wisconsin's most prolific author writing over 150 books in every genre. (Web site)
  2. August Derleth was a perfectly competent writer capable of producing an impressive story every now and then. (Web site)
  3. August Derleth was one of several collectors. (Web site)
  4. August Derleth was probably the most prolific of these writers, and added to and expanded on Lovecraft---s vision. (Web site)
  5. August Derleth was probably the most prolific of these writers, and added to and expanded on Lovecraft’s vision. (Web site)


  1. The author is a highly effective and efficient writer; the stories flow so well that you tend to forget you're reading.
  2. The author is the wife of Mr. Dean Koontz, and there is a rumour that he helped her with this book. (Web site)
  3. The author was first transported to Northern Cumberland Hospital and then flown by helicopter to Central Maine Hospital. (Web site)
  4. The author was first transported to Northern Cumberland Hospital in Bridgton and then flown by helicopter to Central Maine Hospital in Lewiston. (Web site)


  1. The authors are a who's who of the genres with each providing a strong effort. (Web site)
  2. The authors are working on their next Pendergast novel.
  3. The authors are working on their next Pendergast novel; Reader.


  1. The award was bestowed on Captain Benjamin Sisko for his leading of the recapture of space station Deep Space Nine.
  2. The award was bestowed on Captain Benjamin Sisko for leading the recapture of space station Deep Space Nine during the Dominion War. (Web site)
  3. The award was instituted in 1997, largely due to the efforts of long-time HWA member and specialty press aficionado Peter Crowther. (Web site)
  4. The award was presented to her during the Romantic Times Convention in Baton Rouge,LA, on November 1, 1996.


  1. Barnitz was his own salon. (Web site)
  2. Barnitz was quite literally burning his bridges behind him, bridges which led to an abyss in front of him. (Web site)


  1. Biography: A short article about his life and work. (Web site)
  2. The biography is a truly enthralling read. (Web site)


  1. Books are a key resource for literary research. (Web site)
  2. Books are just better.
  3. Books are returnable in 10 days if not as described, please e-mail first. (Web site)
  4. Books are returnable within ten days of receipt.
  5. Books are very good, without inscriptions, with only mild spotting to endpapers.

Brian Lumley

  1. Brian Lumley is a bear, in the nicest way imaginable.
  2. Brian Lumley is a fine writer, but Titus Crow: The Clock of Dreams & Spawn of the Winds is not fine writing.
  3. Brian Lumley is a fine writer, but Titus Crow: The Clock of Dreams & Spawn of the Winds is not fine writing.
  4. Brian Lumley is a genius. (Web site)
  5. Brian Lumley is a gifted writer. (Web site)

Brian Keene

  1. Brian Keene is a two-time Bram Stoker Award winning horror novelist.
  2. Brian Keene is an author, primarily of horror and crime fiction.
  3. Brian Keene was born in 1967.
  4. Brian Keene was one of the first reviewers at and has gone on to become one of the fastest growing Horror writers in publishing. (Web site)


  1. Brown is for snakes. (Web site)
  2. Brown was second with 20 members; Union had 12. (Web site)

Tim Lebbon

  1. PS Publishing authors include genre grandmasters like Ray Bradbury and Ramsey Campbell along with recognized pros such as Tim Lebbon and T.M. Wright.
  2. These will ALL be signed by Tim Lebbon and Christopher Golden and hand-numbered, making each copy a unique collectible.
  3. Long-time Brian Keene fans have heard about "Fodder", a collaborative novella he wrote with Tim Lebbon a few years back. (Web site)

Cecilia Tan

  1. Cecilia Tan is a firm believer in the nutritive benefits of herbal food.
  2. Cecilia Tan is a freelance writer living in the Boston area. (Web site)
  3. Cecilia Tan is a noted writer, editor, and publisher.
  4. Cecilia Tan is a writer, editor and sexuality activist.
  5. Cecilia Tan is a writer, editor, sexuality activist, and founder of Circlet Press, the first press devoted primarily to erotic science fiction and fantasy.


  1. The Cenobites are now well established within the pantheon of ‘classic’ horror icons – deservedly so. (Web site)
  2. The Cenobites are one of the most unusual, fascinating "bad guys" ever dreamed up in the imagination of man. (Web site)
  3. The cenobites are a work of art.Beautiful, scary and ugly.


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  2. Arts > Literature > World Literature > British > Romanticism > Shelley, Mary > Works > Frankenstein. (Web site)
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  4. Arts > Literature > Authors > D > Demonterice, Alexa. (Web site)
  5. Arts > Literature > Genres > Science Fiction > Authors > B > Bloch, Robert. (Web site)

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