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    The Alchemy Press Book of the Dead 2020 by Stephen Jones (The Alchemy Press, August 2021, 978-1-911034-12-4, £14.99, 228pp, tp, nf, cover by Hy Fleishman from Mysterious Adventures #18, 1954)
        Collection of mini-obituaries of more than 450 individuals who died in 2020 and who made significant contributions to the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres during their lifetimes.


    The Alchemy Press Book of the Dead 2021 by Stephen Jones (The Alchemy Press, March 2022, 978-1-911034-14-8, £17.99, 280pp, tp, nf)
        Collection of mini-obituaries of more than 500 individuals who died in 2021 and who made significant contributions to the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres during their lifetimes.


    Coraline: A Visual Companion by Stephen Jones (HarperCollins/Morrow, January 2009, 978-0-06-170422-2, $34.99, 229pp, hc, pi) [Ref. Neil Gaiman]
        Non-fiction, a guide to the making of the movie version of Neil Gaiman’s Coraline, from the book to movie, with numerous movie stills, photos, and design sketches. Foreword by Gaiman.


    Creepshows: The Illustrated Stephen King Movie Guide by Stephen Jones (Titan, November 23, 2001, 1-84023-309-5, £16.99, 192pp, lp, nf, cover by Bernie Wrightson)
        Massively researched, informative, critical, endlessly enjoyable homage to the filmic adaptations of King work: every film and TV production, related work in various media, and projected / future projects.


    The Essential Monster Movie Guide: A Century of Creature Features on Film, TV and Video by Stephen Jones (Titan, November 19, 1999, 1-85286-935-6, £16.99, 446pp, lp, nf)
        Immense encyclopaedia of films, TV, and serials, with their attendant monsters and creatures - everything from Frankenstein (1910), to the recent plethora of hardgore teen-TV. There is an introduction by Forrest J Ackerman.


    The Frankenstein Scrapbook by Stephen Jones (Citadel Press, September 1995, 978-0-8065-1676-9, 143pp, tp, nf)
        Reprint (Titan 1994 as The Illustrated Frankenstein Movie Guide) lavishly illustrated guide to films, cartoons and TV shows connected to Frankenstein.


    H.P. Lovecraft in Britain by Stephen Jones (British Fantasy Society, December 2007, 0-95386-819-2, free, 45pp, ph, nf, cover by Les Edwards) [Ref. H. P. Lovecraft]
        Monograph about the publication of Lovecraft’s works in the UK. Limited to 750 copies signed by Stephen Jones & Les Edwards



    The Illustrated Dinosaur Movie Guide by Stephen Jones (Titan, July 1993, 1-85286-487-7, £9.99, 128pp, lp, nf)
        An A-Z guide of more than 500 dinosaur and other prehistoric monster movies, illustrated with photos, lobby stills and film posters with an introduction by Ray Harryhausen.


    The Illustrated Frankenstein Movie Guide by Stephen Jones (Titan, October 20, 1994, 1-85286-524-5, £9.99, 143pp, lp, nf)
        Lavishly illustrated guide to every film, cartoon and TV show which used Frankenstein, the monster, Mary Shelley, brain transplants, and so on.. With an Introduction (1957) by Boris Karloff.


    The Illustrated Vampire Movie Guide by Stephen Jones (Titan, January 26, 1993, 1-85286-449-4, £9.99, 144pp, lp, nf)
        Capsule reviews of over 600 vampire films from 1896 to 1992, lavishly illustrated and with an introduction by Peter Cushing.


    The Illustrated Werewolf Movie Guide by Stephen Jones (Titan, May 9, 1996, 1-85286-658-6, £12.99, 143pp, lp, nf)
        Lavishly illustrated guide to every film, cartoon and TV show which has used the concept of werewolves or other were-creatures. Includes an introduction by Curt Siodmak.



    Stardust: The Visual Companion by Stephen Jones (Titan, July 2007, 978-1-84576-681-8, £24.99, 240pp, hc, nf) [Ref. Neil Gaiman & Charles Vess]
        Non-fiction, reference, a companion to the film version of the graphic novel by Neil Gaiman & Charles Vess.


    The Weird Tales Boys by Stephen Jones (Drugstore Indian Press, September 2023, 978-1-78636-998-7, £14.99, 248pp, tp, nf, cover by Les Edwards)
        An exploration of the influence of H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard and Clark Ashton Smith and the iconic pulp magazine Weird Tales.



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