Bibliography

 

Fiction

 

Novels

The Subterranean Season. Puyallup, WA: Resurrection House Press (Underland Press),         2015.

Sleeping Policemen.  Urbana, IL:  Golden Gryphon Press, 2006.  (with Jack Slay, Jr.)

House of Bones. New York: Signet, 2003.

The Fallen. New York: Signet, 2002.   International Horror Guild Award Finalist.

 

Short Fiction Collections

The End of the End of Everything: Stories. Puyallup, WA: Resurrection House Press (Arche Books), 2015. Shirley Jackson Award Finalist.

The Resurrection Man’s Legacy and Other Stories. Urbana, IL: Golden Gryphon Press, 2003.

 

Short Fiction

“Come As You Are,” forthcoming in Asimov’s Science Fiction.

“Invasion of the Saucer-Men,” forthcoming in Asimov’s Science Fiction.

“I Was a Teenage Werewolf. ” Nightmare Magazine. Dec 2016 (Issue 51):   http://www.nightmare-magazine.com/fiction/i-was-a-teenage-werewolf/

“Teenagers from Outer Space.” Clarkesworld Magazine. August 2016:          http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/bailey_08_16/

“I Married a Monster from Outer Space.” Asimov’s Science Fiction. March 2016: 88-105.

“The Minotaur.” Bestiary: Bizarre Myths & Chimerical Fancies, an art catalog/exhibit for artist/photographer Viktor Koen. Ed. Ellen Datlow. Athens, Greece: Hellenic Center for Photography, 2015.

“Snow.” Nightmare Magazine. June 2015 (Issue 33): www.nightmare-magazine.com/fiction/snow/

“The Ministry of the Eye.” Lightspeed Magazine. April 2015 (Issue 59):     www.lightspeedmagazine.com/fiction/the-ministry-of-the-eye/

“Lightning Jack’s Last Ride.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Jan/Feb 2015: 56-78.

“The Culvert.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Sept/Oct 2014: 116-124.

“Troop 9.” Asimov’s Science Fiction. Oct/Nov 2014: 58-71.

“The End of the End of Everything.” Tor.com. April 23, 2014. http://www.tor.com/stories/2014/04/the-end-of-the-end-of-everything-dale-bailey            Shirley Jackson Award Winner.

“Sleep Paralysis.” Nightmare Magazine. April 2014 (Issue 19): www.nightmare-      magazine.com/fiction/sleep-paralysis/.

“The Creature Recants.”  Clarkesworld Magazine.  October 2013:  http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/bailey_10_13/ 

“A Rumor of Angels.”  Tor.com.  Sept. 11, 2013:  http://www.tor.com/stories/2013/09/a-rumor-of-angels

“Exclusion Zone.”  Zombies vs. Robots:  Diplomacy. Sante Fe:  IDW Publishing.  187-227.

“The Bluehole.”  The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.  May/June 2013:  170-193.

“Mr. Splitfoot.”  Queen Victoria’s Book of Spells:  An Anthology of Gaslamp Fantasy.  Ed.  Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling.  New York:  Tor Books, 2013.  189-202.

“City So Bright.”  Oz Reimagined: New Tales from the Emerald City and Beyond.  Ed. John Joseph Adams and Douglas Cohen.  Las Vegas: 47North, 2013.  265-277.

“This Is How You Disappear.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.  Jan/Feb 2013:  129-140.

“Mating Habits of the Late Cretaceous.” Asimov’s Science Fiction.  September 2012:  12-33.

“The Children of Hamelin.” Lightspeed Magazine.  May 2012.  (http://www.lightspeedmagazine.com/fiction/the-children-of-hamelin/).

“Necrosis.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.  May/June 2012:  160-165.

“Eating at the End-of-the-World Café.”  The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.  Sept/Oct 2010:  5-29.

“Silence.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.  May/June.  2009:  165-182.

“The Crevasse.” Lovecraft Unbound.  Ed. Ellen Datlow.  Milwaukee:  Dark Horse Books, 2009.  11-28.  (with Nathan Ballingrud)   Shirley Jackson Award Finalist.

“Spells for Halloween.”   Serialized in The Charlotte Observer, Catawba Valley Neighbors Section, October 2004.

“The End of the World as We Know It.”  The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.  Oct./Nov. 2004:  70-87.   Nebula Award Finalist /  International Horror Guild Award Finalist.

“Passing to the Distant Shore.”  Alchemy.  Fall 2004:  80-87.

“The Census Taker.”  The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.  Oct./Nov. 2003:  138-164.   International Horror Guild Award Finalist.

“Hunger: A Confession.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. March 2003: 81-94.

“In Green’s Dominion,” serialized in June 2002, at Sci Fiction, the web site of the Sci-Fi Channel.

“Death and Suffrage.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. February 2002: 123-160. International Horror Guild Award Winner.

“Heat.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. September 2000: 42-53.

“Inheritance.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. July 2000: 129-160.

“The Anencephalic Fields.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. January 2000: 125-158.

“The Rain at the End of the World.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. July 1999: 42-53.

“Cockroach.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Dec. 1998: 121-158.

“Night of the Fireflies.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Jan. 1998: 40-46.  (http://www.fantasticmetropolis.com/show.html?fn,fireflies,1)

“Exodus.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. July 1997: 84-98.

“Quinn’s Way.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Feb. 1997: 7-38.

“Interval of Stillness.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Sept. 1996: 71-84.

“The Mall.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Jan. 1996: 32-45.

“Sheep’s Clothing.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Oct./Nov. 1995: 110-138.

“The Resurrection Man’s Legacy.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. July 1995: 81-113.  Nebula Award Finalist.

“Epiphany.” Pulphouse: A Fiction Magazine. Issue 18 (Spring 1995): 33-34.

“Home Burial.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. December 1994: 83-97.

“Giants in the Earth.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. August 1994: 58-69.

“Notes Toward a Proof of the Theorem: Love is Hunger.” Amazing Stories. Spring 1994: 43-51.

“Conquistador.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. May 1994: 108-120.

“Touched.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Oct./Nov. 1993: 147-160.

“Eidelman’s Machine.” The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. July 1993: 107-116.

 

Novel / Collection Reprints

The Resurrection Man’s Legacy and Other Stories. New York: Open Road Media, 2014 (e-book).

 The Fallen. New York: Open Road Media, 2014 (e-book).

House of Bones. New York: Open Road Media, 2014 (e-book).

Sleeping Policemen. New York: Open Road Media, 2014 (e-book).

Copkiller, München:  Heyne Hardcore, a division of Random House, 2009.  (as Jack Bailey, with  Jack Slay, Jr.) (German translation)

 

Short Fiction Reprints 

“Lightning Jack’s Last Ride,” forthcoming in The Best American Science Fiction & Fantasy: 2016    (Mariner Books). 

“The End of the World as We Know It.” This Way to the End Times: Classic Tales of the Apocalypse. Ed. Robert Silverberg. New York: Three Rooms Press, 2016. 375-396.

“The Rain at the End of the World.” This Way to the End Times: Classic Tales of the Apocalypse. Ed. Robert Silverberg. New York: Three Rooms Press, 2016. 359-374.

“Snow.” The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror: 2016. Ed. Paula Guran. Germantown, MD: Prime Books, 2016. 478-490.

“Snow.” The Best Horror of the Year: Volume 8. Ed. Ellen Datlow. New York: Night Shade Books,   2016. 79-92.

“This Is How You Disappear.” Far-Fetched Fables # 90 (podcast). January 19, 2016.

“The Culvert”   Best New Horror 26. Ed. Stephen Jones: Hornsea, England: PS Publishing, 2015. 99- 107.

“Giants in the Earth.” The Monstrous. Ed. Ellen Datlow. San Francisco: Tachyon Books, 2015. 45-57.

“The Crevasse.” Darker Webzine. August 20, 2015. (http://darkermagazine.ru/page/dejl-bejli-natan-bellingrud-treshhina) (Russian Translation)

“The Culvert.” The Best Horror of the Year: Volume 7. Ed. Ellen Datlow. New York: Night Shade Books, 2015. 145-151.

“The End of the End of Everything.” The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2015. Ed. Paula Guran.  Germantown, MD: Prime Books, 2015. 212-239.

“Snow.” Nightmare Magazine (podcast). June, 2015.

“Necrosis.” Pseudopod 422 (podcast). Jan 23, 2015. Pseudopod.org.

“The End of the End of Everything.” Some of the Best from Tor.com: 2014 Edition. New York:  MacMillan, 2014. (e-book)

“The End of the End of Everything.” Nowa Fantastkya. Sept 2014: 53-62. (Polish translation)

“Mating Habits of the Late Cretaceous.” Time Travel: Recent Trips. Ed. Paula Guran. Germantown, MD: Prime Books, 2014. 104-133.

“The Crevasse.” Drabblecast 338 (podcast). September 11, 2014. Drabblecast.org.

“The Creature Recants.” The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2014. Ed. Paula Guran. Germantown, MD: Prime Books, 2014. 112-125.

“Mr. Splitfoot.” The Best Horror of the Year: Volume 6. Ed. Ellen Datlow. New York: Night Shade Books, 2014. 13-26

“The Crevasse.” Poltergeist. April 2014 (http://ksiazki.polter.pl/–c26756) (with Nathan Ballingrud) (Polish translation).

“A Rumor of Angels.” Some of the Best from Tor.com: 2013 Edition. New York: MacMillan, 2013. (e-book)

“Hunger: A Confession.” Nightmare Magazine. November 2013. (http://nightmare-magazine.com/fiction/hunger-a-confession/)

“Necrosis.” The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 24. Ed. Stephen Jones. London: Constable &   Robinson, 2013. 113-120.

“The Crevasse.” The Lovecraft eZine. August 2013. (http://lovecraftzine.com/issues/2013-2/issue-26-august-2013/) (with Nathan Ballingrud).

“Cockroach.”  Bad Seeds:  Evil Progeny.  Ed. Steve Berman.  Gaithersburg, MD:  Prime Books, 2013. 173-211.

“The End of the World as We Know It.” Drabblecast 278 (podcast).  April 7, 2013.  Drabblecast.org.

“Hunger:  A Confession.”  Hauntings.  Ed. Ellen Datlow.  San Francisco:  Tachyon Publications, 2013.  25-38.

“The Crevasse.”  New Cthulhu:  The Recent Weird.  Ed.  Paula Guran.  Gaithersburg, MD:  Prime Books, 2011.  100-113.  (with Nathan Ballingrud)

“Death and Suffrage.” Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!, Ed. Otto Penzler.  New York:  Random House / Vintage Books, 2011.  135-157.

“The Crevasse.” The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror. Ed. Paula Guran. Prime Books, 2010:  469-481. (with Nathan Ballingrud)

“The Rain at the End of the World.” The Mammoth Book of Apocalyptic Science Fiction (British) / The Mammoth Book of the End of the World. Ed. Mike Ashley. London:  Robinson, 2010 / Philadelphia:  Running Press Books, 2010.  93-104.

“The Crevasse.”  The Best Horror of the Year:  Volume 2.  Ed. Ellen Datlow.  San Francisco:  Nightshade Books, 2010. 165-177. (with Nathan Ballingrud)

“Death and Suffrage.”  The Living Dead.  Ed. John Joseph Adams.  San Francisco:  Night Shade Books, 2008.  39-67.

“The End of the World as We Know It.”  Wastelands:  Stories of the Apocalypse.  Ed. John Joseph Adams.  San Francisco:  Night Shade Books, 2008.  283-296.

“The End of the World as We Know It.”  Nebula Awards Showcase 2007.  Ed. Mike Resnick.  New York:  Roc, 2007.  80-96.

“Spells for Halloween:  An Acrostic.” The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 16.  Ed. Stephen Jones.  New York:  Carroll and Graf, 2005; London:  Constable and Robinson, 2005.  472-475.

“Spells for Halloween:  An Acrostic.”  The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.  Oct./Nov. 2005:  90-93.

“The End of the World as We Know It.”  The Year’s Best Fantasy 5.  Ed. David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer.  New York:  HarperCollins/Eos, 2005.  69-88.

“Hunger:  A Confession.”  The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 15.  Ed. Stephen Jones.  New York:  Carroll and Graf, 2004; London:  Constable and Robinson, 2004.  164-177.

“Hunger:  A Confession.”  The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror:  Seventeenth Annual Collection.  Ed.   Ellen Datlow and Kelly Link & Gavin Grant.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 2004.  286-296.

“The Census Taker.” The Best of Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine: September-November 2003. Ed. Gordon Van Gelder. Audible.com, 2003. (Audio Format) Buy it here: http://www.audible.com

“Hunger: A Confession.” The Best of Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine: March-April 2003. Ed. Gordon Van Gelder. Audible.com, 2003. (Audio Format) Buy it here: http://www.audible.com

“Quinn’s Way.” The Best from Fantasy & Science Fiction: A 50th Anniversary Anthology. Ed. by Edward L. Ferman and Gordon Van Gelder. New York: Tor, 1999. 294-325.

“Eidelman’s Machine.” Rosebud: The Magazine for People Who Enjoy Good Writing. Winter 1998: 38-44.

“The Resurrection Man’s Legacy.” Nebula Awards 31: SFWA’s Choices for the Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year. Ed. Pamela Sargent. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1997. 146-181.

“Home Burial.” The Dodge Magazine. March/April/May 1995: 8+.

“Giants in the Earth.” The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighth Annual Collection. Ed. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1995. 296-304.

“Touched.” The Best from Fantasy & Science Fiction: A 45th Anniversary Anthology. Ed. Edward L. Ferman and Kristine Kathryn Rusch. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1994. 21-35.

 

Non-fiction

 

Book

American Nightmares:  The Haunted House Formula in American Popular Fiction.  Bowling Green, OH:  Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1999.

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Invited Essays

“Monsters and Metaphors.” Nightmare Magazine. June 2016. (http://www.nightmare-magazine.com/nonfiction/h-word-monsters-metaphors/)

“Bringing the Horror Home.” Nightmare Magazine.  April 2013.  (http://nightmare-magazine.com/nonfiction/the-h-word-bringing-the-horror-home/)

“The Failure of Fear.”  Nightmare Magazine.  February 2013.  (http://nightmare-magazine.com/nonfiction/the-h-word-the-failure-of-fear/)

“Horror.” Genreflecting:  A Guide to Popular  Reading Interests.  6th. ed.  Ed. Wayne A. Wiegand and Diana Trixler Herald.  Westport, CT:  2006.  419-430.

“Hardly a day goes by that someone  doesn’t ask . . . am I sick?  And I say:  Are you?  Author has chilling reason for writing scary stories–we read them.”  The Charlotte Observer. October 31, 2003:  1V.

“A Counterhegemonic World:  James Hynes’ Tales of Academic Horror.”  Studies in Popular Culture 25.3 (2003):  25-34.  (with Jack Slay, Jr.)

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