Charles L Grant Bibliography Example

Charles Lewis Grant (September 12, 1942 – September 15, 2006) was an American novelist and short story writer specializing in what he called "dark fantasy" and "quiet horror." He also wrote under the pseudonyms of Geoffrey Marsh, Lionel Fenn, Simon Lake, Felicia Andrews, and Deborah Lewis.

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Charles L. Grant was born in Newark, New Jersey. He received a B.A. from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, in 1964 and taught for four years. Then, from 1968 to 1970, Grant served in the U.S. Army military police in Vietnam and was awarded a Bronze Star.[1]

Career[edit]

From 1973 to 1977, Grant was Secretary of Science Fiction Writers of America.[2] In 1987-1988, he served as President of the Horror Writers Association.[3]

Grant won a World Fantasy Award for his novella collection Nightmare Seasons, a Nebula Award in 1976 for his short story "A Crowd of Shadows", and another Nebula Award in 1978 for his novella A Glow of Candles, a Unicorn's Eye, the latter telling of an actor's dilemma in a post-literate future. Grant also edited the award-winning Shadowsanthology, running eleven volumes from 1978-1991. Contributors include Stephen King, Ramsey Campbell, Al Sarrantonio, R.A. Lafferty, Avram Davidson, and Steve Rasnic and Melanie Tem. Grant was a former Executive Secretary and Eastern Regional Director of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and president of the Horror Writers Association. His story "Temperature Days on Hawthorne Street" was adapted into an episode of Tales from the Darkside titled "The Milkman Cometh" in 1987.[4]

Grant wrote twelve books (eight novels and four collections of four related novellas each, with interstitial material) set in the fictional Connecticut town of Oxrun Station. Three of these were intentionally pastiches of classic Universal and Hammer horror films, and feature a vampire, a werewolf, and an animated mummy.[5]

Personal life[edit]

Grant's first wife is Debbie Voss, with whom he had two children, Ian Matthew and Emily Kathryn. Ian has two sons Payton and Logan; Emily has a son, Aaron, and a daughter, Ella. In February, 1982, Grant married writer and editor Kathryn Ptacek.[6] Also notable is Grant’s close friend and fellow writer, Thomas L. McDonald.

Death[edit]

Suffering ill health in his later years, Grant died on September 15, 2006 from a heart attack.[7]

Bibliography[edit]

Horror novels[edit]

  • Oxrun
  • Other
    • The Curse (1977)
    • The Nestling (1982)
    • Night Songs (1984)
    • The Tea Party (1985)
    • The Pet (1986)
    • For Fear of the Night (1988)
    • In A Dark Dream (1989)
    • Stunts (1990)
    • Fire Mask (1991) - for Young Adults
    • Something Stirs (1991)
    • Raven (1993)
    • Jackals (1994)
    • X-Files: Goblins (1994)
    • X-Files: Whirlwind (1995)
    • Millennium Quartet #1: Symphony (1997)
    • Watcher (World of Darkness) (1997)
    • Millennium Quartet #2: In The Mood (1998)
    • Black Oak: Genesis (1998)
    • Black Oak: The Hush of Dark Wings (1998)
    • Millennium Quartet #3: Chariot (1999)
    • Black Oak: Winter Knight (1999)
    • Millennium Quartet #4: Riders in the Sky (1999)

Science fiction[edit]

  • The Shadow of Alpha (1976)
  • Ascension (1977)
  • Ravens of the Moon (1978)
  • Legion (1979)
  • A Quiet Night of Fear (1981)

As "Geoffrey Marsh"[edit]

  • Lincoln Blackthorne series
    • The King of Satan's Eyes (1985)
    • The Tail of the Arabian Knight (1986)
    • The Patch of the Odin Soldier (1987)
    • The Fangs of the Hooded Demon (1988)
  • Hudson Hawk (novelization) (1991)

As "Lionel Fenn"[edit]

  • The Seven Spears of the W'dch'ck (1988)
  • The Kent Montana series
    • Kent Montana and the Really Ugly Thing From Mars (1990)
    • Kent Montana and the Reasonably Invisible Man (1991)
    • Kent Montana and the Once and Future Thing (1991)
    • Mark of the Moderately Vicious Vampire (1992)
    • 668, the Neighbor of the Beast (1992)
  • The Quest For The White Duck series
    • Blood River Down (1986)
    • Web of Defeat (1987)
    • Agnes Day (1987)
  • Diego series
    • Once Upon A Time in the East (1993)
    • By The Time I Get To Nashville (1994)
    • Time, The Semi-Final Frontier (1994)

As "Simon Lake"[edit]

  • Midnight Palace series
    • Daughter of Darkness (1992)
    • Something's Watching (1993)
    • Death Cycle (1993)
    • He Told Me To (1993)
  • The Forever House (1995)
  • Shapes (1995)
  • Death Scream (1995)
  • The Clown (1995)

As "Felicia Andrews"[edit]

  • Riverrun (1979)
  • Riverwitch (1979)
  • Mountainwitch (1980)
  • Moonwitch (1980)
  • Seacliffe (1984)
  • Silver Huntress (1984)
  • The Velvet Hart (1985)

As "Deborah Lewis"[edit]

  • Voices Out of Time (1977)
  • Eve of the Hound (1977)
  • Kirkwood Fires (1978)
  • The Wind At Winter's End (1979)

As "Steven Charles"[edit]

  • Private School series
    • Nightmare Session (1986)
    • Academy of Terror (1986)
    • Witch's Eye (1986)
    • Skeleton Key (1986)
    • The Enemy Within (1987)
    • The Last Alien (1987)

Anthologies edited[edit]

Greystone Bay series[edit]

  • The First Chronicles of Greystone Bay (1985)
  • Doom City (1987)
  • The SeaHarp Hotel (1990)
  • In the Fog (1994)

Shadows series[edit]

  • Shadows (1978)
  • Shadows 2 (1979)
  • Shadows 3 (1980)
  • Shadows 4 (1981)
  • Shadows 5 (1982)
  • Shadows 6 (1983)
  • Shadows 7 (1984)
  • Shadows 8 (1985)
  • Shadows 9 (1986)
  • Shadows 10 (1987)
  • The Best of Shadows (1988)
  • Final Shadows (1991)

Other anthologies[edit]

  • Nightmares (1979)
  • Horrors (1981)
  • Terrors (1982)
  • Gallery of Horror (1983)
  • Fears (1983)
  • Midnight (1985)
  • Night Visions 2 (1985)
  • After Midnight (1986)

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Writing and Selling Science Fiction (1976)

Collections[edit]

  • Tales from the Nightside (1981) (includes stories set in Oxrun Station)
  • A Glow of Candles and Other Stories (1981)
  • Nightmare Seasons (1982)+
  • Night Visions #1 (1984)
  • Black Wine (1986)
  • The Orchard (1986)+
  • Dialing The Wind (1989)+
  • The Black Carousel (1995)+
  • Scream Quietly: The Best of Charles L. Grant (2011) edited by Stephen Jones[8]

Notes[edit]

  • ^* Novels set in the author's fictional town of Oxrun Station
  • ^+ Linked novellas set in the author's fictional town of Oxrun Station

Short fiction[edit]

  • "The House of Evil" (1968) F&SF, Dec
  • "Afternoon of the Banjo" (1971) The Little Magazine, Spr
  • "The Summer of the Irish Sea" (1972) Orbit 11, ed. Damon Knight
  • "Come Dance with Me on My Pony’s Grave" (1973) F&SF, Jul
  • "Abdication" (1973) Amazing Stories, Oct
  • "But the Other Old Man Stopped Playing" (1973) Fantastic, Apr
  • "The Magic Child" (1973) Frontiers 2: The New Mind, ed. Roger Elwood
  • "Weep No More, Old Lady" (1973) Future Quest, ed. Roger Elwood
  • "The Key to English" (1974) F&SF, May
  • "Everybody a Winner, the Barker Cried" (1974) Orbit 13, ed. Damon Knight
  • "Temperature Days on Hawthorne Street" (1974) The Little Magazine, Spr
  • "The Rest Is Silence" (1974) F&SF, Sep
  • "White Wolf Calling" (1975) F&SF, Apr
  • "The Three of Tens" (1975) F&SF, Dec
  • "To Be a Witch, in Three-Quarter Time" (1975) Fantastic, Feb
  • "Then Two or Three Are Gathered" (1975) Amazing, Mar
  • "In Donovan’s Time" (1975) Orbit 16, ed. Damon Knight
  • "Seven is a Birdsong" (1976) Analog, Jan
  • "A Crowd of Shadows" (1976) F&SF, Jun
  • "From All the Fields of Hail and Fire" (1976) Midnight Sun #4
  • "Through All His Blood Runs Shadow" (1976) Midnight Sun #4
  • "Red River Lies Drowning" (1977) Fantastic, Feb
  • "The Shape of Plowshares" (1977) Analog, Mar
  • "Treatise on the Artifacts of a Civilization" (1977) Antæus #25
  • "When All the Children Call My Name" (1977) The Year’s Best Horror Stories: Series V, ed. Gerald W. Page
  • "The Dark of Legends, The Light of Lies" (1977) Chrysalis, ed. Roy Torgeson
  • "Eldorado" (1977) The Arts and Beyond, ed. Thomas F. Monteleone
  • "A Glow of Candles, A Unicorn’s Eye" (1977) Graven Images, ed. Edward L. Ferman & Barry N. Malzberg
  • "Gently Rapping" (1977) Galaxy, Sep
  • "Knock, and See What Enters" (1977) Fantastic, Dec
  • "Hear Me Now, My Sweet Abbey Rose" (1978) F&SF, Mar
  • "If Damon Comes" (1978) The Year’s Best Horror Stories: Series VI, ed. Gerald W. Page
  • "Caesar, Now Be Still" (1978) F&SF, Sep
  • "View, with a Difference" (1978) Dark Sins, Dark Dreams, ed. Barry N. Malzberg & Bill Pronzini
  • "The Peace That Passes Never" (1978) Chrysalis 3, ed. Roy Torgeson
  • "When Dark Descends [with Thomas F. Monteleone]" (1979) Chrysalis 4, ed. Roy Torgeson
  • "Benny, Kind and Gentle" (1979) Weirdbook #14
  • "Needle Song" (1979) Midnight Sun #5
  • "What More Remains" (1979) Midnight Sun #5
  • "The Fourth Musketeer" (1979) Whispers II, ed. Stuart David Schiff
  • "Love-Starved" (1979) F&SF, Aug
  • "And Weary of the Sun" (1979) Chrysalis 5, ed. Roy Torgeson
  • "The Last Ambition" (1979) Whispers #13-14, Oct
  • "Secrets of the Heart" (1980) F&SF, Mar
  • "A Garden of Blackred Roses" (1980) Dark Forces, ed. Kirby McCauley
  • "Across the Water to Skye" (1980) New Terrors #2, ed. Ramsey Campbell
  • "The Other Room" (1980) Mummy!, ed. Bill Pronzini
  • "In Silvered Shadows Are Born the Screams" (1980) Shayol #4
  • "Every Time You Say I Love You" (1981) F&SF, May
  • "The Residents" (1981) Fantasy Newsletter #37
  • "Silver" (1981) Twilight Zone Magazine, July
  • "Quietly Now" (1981) The Arbor House Necropolis, ed. Bill Pronzini
  • "Coin of the Realm" (1981) Tales from the Nightside, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Old Friends" (1981) Tales from the Nightside, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Home" (1981) Tales from the Nightside, by Charles L. Grant
  • "A Night of Dark Intent" (1981) Tales from the Nightside, by Charles L. Grant
  • "The Gentle Passing of a Hand" (1981) Tales from the Nightside, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Something There Is" (1981) Tales from the Nightside, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Digging" (1981) Tales from the Nightside, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Essence of Charlotte" (1982) Twilight Zone Feb 1982
  • "What in Solemn Silence" (1982) Asimov's, Mar
  • "Prologue" (1982) Nightmare Seasons, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Thou Need Not Fear My Kisses, Love" (1982) Nightmare Seasons, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Now There Comes a Darker Day" (1982) Nightmare Seasons, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Night’s Swift Dragons" (1982) Nightmare Seasons, by Charles L. Grant
  • "The Color of Joy" (1982) Nightmare Seasons, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Epilogue" (1982) Nightmare Seasons, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Pride" (1982) F&SF, May
  • "The Wind of Lost Migration" (1982) Amazing, Jun
  • "From a Single Word" (1982) Fantasy Book, Aug
  • "Confess the Seasons" (1982) Perpetual Light, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "The Next Name You Hear" (1983) F&SF, Jan
  • "Recollections of Annie" (1983) Twilight Zone, Feb
  • "I Never Could Say Goodbye" (1983) Whispers IV, ed. Stuart David Schiff
  • "When I Grow Up" (1983) Whispers #19-20, October
  • "Let No One Weep for Poor Sally Karnes" (1983) Whispers #19-20, October
  • "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" (1984) Fantasycon IX Programme
  • "A Voice Not Heard" (1984) Asimov's, Sept
  • "The Old Men Know" (1984) Masques #1, ed. J. N. Williamson
  • "The Generation Waltz" (1984) Fantasy Tales #13
  • "Friends in Dark Places" (1984) Night Visions 1, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "Family" (1984) Night Visions 1, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "What Are Deaths For 1984) Night Visions 1, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "Poor Thing" (1984) Night Visions 1, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "To Laugh with You, Dear" (1984) Night Visions 1, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "In the Blood" (1984) Night Visions 1, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "And We’ll Be Jolly Friends" (1984) Night Visions 1, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "The Card" (1984) Random Access Messages of the Computer Age, ed. Thomas F. Monteleone
  • "Myra" (1985) Fantasy Macabre #6
  • "Penny Daye" (1985) Fantasycon X Programme
  • "The Children, They Laugh So Sweetly" (1985) F&SF, Oct
  • "Prologue" (1985) Greystone Bay, ed. Charles L. Grant
  • "Andrew Patterson" (1985) Eldritch Tales #11
  • "Give Us a Big Smile" (1985) Twilight Zone, Dec
  • "The Price of a Toy" (1986) Twilight Zone, Apr
  • "Long Walk Home" (1986) Fantasy Tales #15
  • "An Image in Twisted Silver" (1986) World Fantasy Convention Program Book
  • "Crystal" (1986) F&SF, Aug
  • "Eyes" (1986) Halloween Horrors, ed. Alan Ryan
  • "Out There" (1986) Cutting Edge, ed. Dennis Etchison
  • "Prologue" (1986) The Orchard, by Charles L. Grant
  • "My Mary's Asleep" (1986) The Orchard, by Charles L. Grant
  • "I See Her Sweet and Fair" (1986) The Orchard, by Charles L. Grant
  • "The Last and Dreadful Hour" (1986) The Orchard, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Screaming, In the Dark" (1986) The Orchard, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Epilogue" (1986) The Orchard, by Charles L. Grant
  • "The Sheeted Dead" (1987) In the Field of Fire, ed. Jeanne Van Buren Dann & Jack M. Dann
  • "Listen to the Music in My Hands" (1987) Twilight Zone, Feb
  • "One Spring in Wyoming" (1987) Aboriginal SF, Feb/Mar
  • "This Old Man" (1987) Night Cry, Spring
  • "Everything to Live For" (1987) Whispers VI, ed. Stuart David Schiff
  • "Constant Father" (1987) A Southern Fantasy, ed. Ron & Val Lakey Lindahn
  • "Ellen, in Her Time" (1987) The Architecture of Fear, ed. Kathryn Cramer & Peter D. Pautz
  • "Last Night, in the Kitchen" (1988) Twilight Zone, Jun
  • "Spinning Tales with the Dead" (1988) Prime Evil, ed. Douglas E. Winter
  • "Now and Again in Summer" (1988) Fantasy Tales, v.10 #1
  • "My Shadow is the Fog" (1988) Ripper! ed. Gardner Dozois & Susan Casper
  • "City Boy" (1988) F&SF, Oct
  • "Snowman" (1988) Gaslight & Ghosts, ed. Stephen Jones & Jo Fletcher
  • "The Last Cowboy Song" (1989) Post Mortem: New Tales of Ghastly Horror, ed. Paul F. Olson & David B. Silva
  • "By the Sea" (1989) Scare Care, ed. Graham Masterton
  • "Prologue" (1989) Dialing the Wind, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Dialing the Wind" (1989) Dialing the Wind, by Charles L. Grant
  • "The Sweetest Kiss" (1989) Dialing the Wind, by Charles L. Grant
  • "As We Promise, Side by Side" (1989) Dialing the Wind, by Charles L. Grant
  • "The Chariot Dark and Low" (1989) Dialing the Wind, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Epilogue" (1989) Dialing the Wind, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Alice Smiling" (1990) Fantasy Tales v11 #4
  • "Alexandra" (1990) Borderlands, ed. Thomas F. Monteleone
  • "Pinto Rider" (1990) When the Black Lotus Blooms, ed. Elizabeth A. Saunders
  • "Kin" (1991) Psycho-Paths, ed. Robert Bloch
  • "Girl of My Dreams" (1991) Obsessions, ed. Gary Raisor
  • "Peacemaker" (1991) Borderlands 2, ed. Thomas F. Monteleone
  • "Make a Wish Upon the Moon" (1991) Dead End: City Limits, ed. Paul F. Olson & David B. Silva
  • "One Life, in an Hourglass" (1991) The Bradbury Chronicles, ed. William F. Nolan & Martin H. Greenberg
  • "The Awful Truth in Arthur's Barrow" (1992) Grails: Quests, Visitations and Other Occurrences, ed. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg & Edward E. Kramer
  • "The Alien Visitor, Probably from Someplace Else" (1993) Tomorrow Speculative Fiction, Jan
  • "Sons" (1993) Confederacy of the Dead, ed. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg & Edward E. Kramer
  • "In the Still, Small Hours" (1993) Deathport, ed. Ramsey Campbell
  • "Josie, In the Fog" (1993) In the Fog, ed. Charles L. Grant
  • "The Dead Speaketh Not, They Just Grunt Now and Then" (1993) The Ultimate Zombie ed. John Betancourt & Byron Preiss
  • "Name That Tune" (1993) Monsters in Our Midst, ed. Robert Bloch
  • "Holding Hands" (1993) Touch Wood, ed. Peter Crowther
  • "The Mask of Truth Has Many Holes" (1993) Cemetery Dance #15, Winter
  • "After You’ve Gone" (1994) Phobias, ed. Wendy Webb, Richard Gilliam, Edward E. Kramer & Martin H. Greenberg
  • "Sometimes, in the Rain" (1994) Northern Frights 2, ed. Don Hutchison
  • "Always, in the Dark" (1994) Return to the Twilight Zone, ed. Carol Serling & Martin H. Greenberg
  • "Prologue" (1995) The Black Carousel, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Penny Tunes for a Gold Lion" (1995) The Black Carousel, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Will You Be Mine?" (1995) The Black Carousel, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Lost in Amber Light" (1995) The Black Carousel, by Charles L. Grant
  • "The Rain is Filled with Ghosts Tonight" (1995) The Black Carousel, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Epilogue" (1995) The Black Carousel, by Charles L. Grant
  • "Gray" (1995) Dark Destiny: Proprietors of Fate, ed. Edward E. Kramer
  • "Riding the Black" (1997) Revelations, ed. Douglas E. Winter
  • "Haunted" (1997) Psychos, ed. Robert Bloch
  • "The Soft Sound of Wings" (1998) In the Shadow of the Gargoyle, ed. Nancy Kilpatrick & Thomas S. Roche
  • "Cody" (1999) Horror at Halloween, ed. Stephen Jones & Jo Fletcher
  • "Whose Ghosts These Are" (2001) The Museum of Horror, ed. Dennis Etchison
  • "For My Birthday, Another Candle" (2003) 13 Horrors, ed. Brian A. Hopkins
  • "Brownie and Me" (2003) The Dark: New Ghost Stories, ed. Ellen Datlow
  • "Friday Night at the Wicked Swan" (2005) Taverns of the Dead, ed. Kealan Patrick Burke

References[edit]

  • Keith Neilson, “The Oxrun Station Series” in “Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature”, vol.3, edited by Frank N. Magill, Salem Press, 1983
  • Douglas E. Winter, “Interview: Charles L. Grant” in “Fantasy Newsletter” January 1982
  • Douglas E. Winter, ”Charles L. Grant” in “Faces of Fear”, Berekely Books, 1985
  • Douglas E. Winter, “A Conversation with Charles L. Grant” in “Twilight Zone, April 1987
  • Don D’Ammassa, “The Subtle Terrors of Charles L. Grant” in “Discovering Modern Horror Fiction II”, edited by Darrell Schweitzer, Starmont House, 1988
  • Interview in “Speaking of Horror”, by Darrell Schweitzer, 1994
  • Stanley Wiater, interview in “Dark Dreamers: Conversation with Masters of Horror”, Avon, 1990
  • Clute, John; John Grant (1997). The Encyclopedia of Fantasy. New York: St. Martin's Press. pp. 428–429. ISBN 0-88184-708-9. 
  • Quietly Now: A tribute anthology for Charles L. Grant, ed. Kealan Patrick Burke, Borderlands Press, 2004 (includes interview, and bibliography)

External links[edit]

See also[edit]

Summary Bibliography: Charles L. Grant

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  • Author: Charles L. Grant Author Record # 290
  • Legal Name: Grant, Charles Lewis
  • Birthplace: Hackettstown, Warren County, New Jersey, USA
  • Birthdate: 12 September 1942
  • Deathdate: 15 September 2006
  • Language: English
  • Webpages:charlesgrant.novelhost.net, findagrave.com, IMDB, SFE3, srbissette.com, Wikipedia-EN
  • Used These Alternate Names:Felicia Andrews, Steven Charles, Lionel Fenn, Charles Grant, C. L. Grant, Simon Lake, Geoffrey Marsh
  • Author Tags:horror (22), young-adult horror (8), zombies (2), Horror: 100 Best Books (1), young-adult sf (1), precognition (1), scary children (1), human experiment (1), fantasy (1)
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Fiction SeriesNovelsCollectionsAnthology SeriesAnthologiesShort Fiction SeriesShort Fiction
  • The House of Evil (1968) only appeared as:
  • The Summer of the Irish Sea (1972) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • Abdication (1973) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • But the Other Old Man Stopped Playing (1973) [also as byC. L. Grant]
  • The Magic Child (1973) only appeared as:
  • Come Dance with Me on My Pony's Grave (1973) also appeared as:
  • Weep No More, Old Lady (1973) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • Everybody a Winner, the Barker Cried (1974) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • Temperature Days on Hawthorne Street (1974)
  • The Key to English (1974) also appeared as:
  • The Rest Is Silence (1974) also appeared as:
  • In Donovan's Time (1975) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • To Be a Witch, in Three-Quarter Time (1975) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • When Two or Three Are Gathered (1975) only appeared as:
  • White Wolf Calling (1975) also appeared as:
  • The Three of Tens (1975) also appeared as:
  • Seven Is a Birdsong (1976) only appeared as:
  • From All the Fields of Hail and Fire (1976)
  • Through All His Blood Runs Shadow (1976) also appeared as:
  • Knock, and See What Enters (1977) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • Red River Lies Drowning (1977) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • The Shape of Plowshares (1977) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • Treatise on the Artifacts of a Civilization (1977) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • When All the Children Call My Name (1977) also appeared as:
  • The Dark of Legends, the Light of Lies (1977) also appeared as:
  • Eldorado (1977)
  • Gently Rapping (1977)
  • A Glow of Candles, a Unicorn's Eye (1977) also appeared as:
  • View, with a Difference (1978) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • Hear Me Now, My Sweet Abbey Rose (1978) also appeared as:
  • Caesar, Now Be Still (1978) also appeared as:
  • The Peace That Passes Never (1978) also appeared as:
  • Needle Song (1979) also appeared as:
  • What More Remains (1979)
  • When Dark Descends (1979) withThomas F. Monteleone also appeared as:
  • Benny, Kind and Gentle (1979) [only as byC. L. Grant]
  • Love-Starved (1979) also appeared as:
  • The Fourth Musketeer (1979)
  • And Weary of the Sun (1979) also appeared as:
  • The Last Ambition (1979)
  • Across the Water to Skye (1980)
  • In Silvered Shadows Are Born the Screams (1980)
  • The Other Room (1980)
  • Secrets of the Heart (1980) also appeared as:
  • A Garden of Blackred Roses (1980) also appeared as:
  • Digging (1981) also appeared as:
    • Translation:Creuse [French] (1988)
  • Something There Is (1981)
  • The Gentle Passing of a Hand (1981)
  • Every Time You Say I Love You (1981) also appeared as:
  • The Residents (1981)
  • Silver (1981)
  • Quietly Now (1981) also appeared as:
  • Essence of Charlotte (1982)
  • What in Solemn Silence (1982) also appeared as:
  • The Wind of Lost Migration (1982)
  • From a Single Word (1982)
  • Confess the Seasons (1982)
  • When Love Turned Round and Whispered You're Mine (1982) also appeared as:
  • Recollections of Annie (1983)
  • The Next Name You Hear (1983) also appeared as:
  • I Never Could Say Goodbye (1983)
  • Let No One Weep for Poor Sally Karnes (1983)
  • When I Grow Up (1983)
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1984)
  • The Card (1984)
  • The Generation Waltz (1984) also appeared as:
  • The Old Men Know (1984)
  • And We'll Be Jolly Friends (1984) also appeared as:
  • Family (1984)
  • Friends in Dark Places (1984)
  • In the Blood (1984)
  • Poor Thing (1984)
  • To Laugh with You, Dear (1984)
  • What Are Deaths For (1984) also appeared as:
  • Andrew Patterson (1985) also appeared as:
  • Myra (1985)
  • Penny Daye (1985) also appeared as:
  • The Children, They Laugh So Sweetly (1985) also appeared as:
  • Give Us a Big Smile (1985)
  • Long Walk Home (1985)
  • An Image in Twisted Silver (1986)
  • The Price of a Toy (1986)
  • Crystal (1986) also appeared as:
    • Translation:Crystal [French] (1987)
  • Eyes (1986) also appeared as:
  • Out There (1986) also appeared as:
  • Constant Father (1987)
  • Everything to Live For (1987) also appeared as:
  • This Old Man (1987)
  • Listen to the Music in My Hands (1987)
  • One Spring in Wyoming (1987)
  • The Sheeted Dead (1987)
  • Ellen, in Her Time (1987) also appeared as:
  • Now and Again in Summer (1988) also appeared as:
  • Last Night, in the Kitchen (1988)
  • Spinning Tales with the Dead (1988) also appeared as:
  • My Shadow Is the Fog (1988)
  • City Boy (1988) also appeared as:
  • Snowman (1988) also appeared as:
  • By the Sea (1989)
  • The Last Cowboy Song (1989)
  • Alexandra (1990)
  • Alice Smiling (1990)
  • Pinto Rider (1990)
  • Kin (1991)
  • One Life, in an Hourglass (1991) also appeared as:
  • Girl of My Dreams (1991) also appeared as:
  • Peacemaker (1991) [also as byCharles Grant]
  • Make a Wish Upon the Moon (1991)
  • The Awful Truth in Arthur's Barrow (1992) [only as byLionel Fenn]
  • Holding Hands (1993)
  • In the Still, Small Hours (1993) [only as byCharles Grant]
  • Josie, in the Fog (1993)
  • Name That Tune (1993)
  • Sons (1993)
  • The Alien Visitor, Probably from Someplace Else (1993) [only as byLionel Fenn]
  • The Dead Speaketh Not, They Just Grunt Now and Then (1993) [only as byLionel Fenn]
  • The Mask of Truth Has Many Holes (1993) [only as byLionel Fenn]
  • After You're Gone (1994) [only as byCharles Grant]
  • Always, in the Dark (1994)
  • Sometimes, in the Rain (1994) [also as byCharles Grant]
  • Gray (1995)
  • Haunted (1997) [only as byCharles Grant]
  • Riding the Black (1997) also appeared as:
  • The Soft Sound of Wings (1998)
  • Whose Ghosts These Are (2001)
  • For My Birthday, Another Candle (2003)
  • Brownie, and Me (2003)
  • Friday Night at the Wicked Swan (2005)
  • Such as It Is (2012)
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