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The Brian Lumley Companion

The Brian Lumley Companion

Edited by Brian Lumley and Stanley Wiater

Tor Books


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Edited by Brian Lumley and multiple Bram Stoker Award-winner Stanley Wiater, The Brian Lumley Companion is an indispensable guide to the life and works of Brian Lumley.
In The Brian Lumley Companion, Lumley aficionados will find an overview of the author's career; essays comparing Lumley and H.P. Lovecraft; a lengthy interview with Brian Lumley which delves into the heart of his relationships with the writers and editors who inspired him and the fans who support him; and analyses of Lumley's short fiction and novels. An interview with Bob Eggleton gives insight into the development of his striking covers for the Necroscope series and other Lumley works.
The Companion also includes complete listings of the first publications of each of Lumley's novels, short fiction, and poetry. Major attractions are the detailed concordances that focus on individual novels and series, including the three Psychomech titles, the Dreamlands and Primal Lands series, and each volume in the Necroscope series.


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“An indispensable guide.” —Publishers Weekly

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About the author

Edited by Brian Lumley and Stanley Wiater

Brian Lumley is a Grand Master of Horror and a winner of the British Fantasy Award. His many novels have been published in more than thirteen countries around the world. He lives in England with his wife, Barbara Ann.

Stanley Waiter has won two Bram Stoker Awards. He is coauthor of The Stephen King Universe and author of Dark Dreamers: Conversations with the Masters of Horror and Dark Thoughts on Writing: Advice and Commentary from Fifty Masters of Fear and Suspense. His most recent project is the TV series "Dark Dreamers," for which he serves as host. Wiater lives with his wife, Iris, and their daughter, Tanya, in Massachusetts.

Brian Lumley

Barbara Ann Lumley

Stanley Wiater

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