In case you missed it, we’d like to remind you about Scream Quietly, a collection of Charles L. Grant stories, edited by Stephen Jones and published by PS Publishing. The unsigned hardcover, released this past December, is availalbe for £24.99 and carries a forward by Stephen King with essays by Peter Straub, Kim Newman, Thomas F. Monteleone and Nancy Kilpatrick.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction: My Friend Charlie by Stephen Jones
  • Foreword by Stephen King
  • Such As It Is
  • But the Other Old Man Stopped Playing
  • White Wolf Calling
  • Through All His Blood Runs Shadow
  • From All the Fields of Hail and Fire
  • A Glow of Candles, a Unicorn’s Eye
  • When All the Children Call My Name
  • Needle Song
  • Not So Quiet, Maybe by Peter Straub
  • A Garden of Blackred Roses
  • Quietly Now
  • Every Time You Say I Love You
  • Coin of the Realm
  • Old Friends
  • Home
  • Charlie Grant: Beginnings by Kim Newman
  • A Night of Dark Intent
  • Something There Is
  • Pride
  • Confess the Seasons
  • Recollections of Annie
  • And We’ll Be Jolly Friends
  • The Fire on the Mountain Burns No More by Thomas F. Monteleone
  • The Generation Waltz
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark?
  • Penny Daye
  • The Last and Dreadful Hour
  • Crystal
  • This Old Man
  • Charlie by Nancy Holder
  • Spinning Tales with the Dead
  • Snowman
  • Alice Smiling
  • One Life, In an Hourglass
  • Sometimes, in the Rain
  • Riding the Black
  • The Soft Sound of Wings
  • An Interview with Charles L. Grant Nancy Kilpatrick

Charles L. (Lewis) Grant (1942–2006) was born in Newark, New Jersey. A former teacher turned writer, as a military policeman in the US Army in Vietnam during the late 1960s he was awarded the Bronze Star. A prolific author and editor, he wrote in various genres under the pseudonyms “Geoffrey Marsh”, “Lionel Fenn”, “Simon Lake”, “Felicia Andrews” and “Deborah Lewis”. A winner three World Fantasy Awards and two Nebula Awards, Grant was also a recipient of the British Fantasy Society’s Special Award and the Horror Writers Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2002 he was named Grand Master by the World Horror Convention.

Check it out here: Scream Quietly

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