Robert McCammon Non-Fiction Bibliography


Selected Short Non-Fiction by Robert R. McCammon

"The Enigmatic Emperors of Crime"
  • For CriminalElement.com, June 13, 2012.
"About The Wolf's Hour"
  • In Mystery Scene #20, March 1989.

"Afterword"

  • In The October Country, by Ray Bradbury. Gauntlet Press, 1997.

"Afterword"

  • In As Timeless As Infinity: The Complete Twilight Zone Scripts of Rod Serling, Volume 2, edited by Tony Albarella. Gauntlet Press, 2005.

Now online!!   "Innocence and Terror—The Heart of Horror"

  • In How to Write Tales of Horror, Fantasy, and Science Fiction, ed. J.N. Williamson. Cincinnati, OH: Writer's Digest Books, 1987.

"Introduction to 'The Quiet Girl' "

  • In Dark Voices: The Best from the Pan Book of Horror Stories, eds. Stephen Jones & Clarence Paget. London: Pan Books, April 1990. Anthology of thirteen stories taken from past volumes of The Pan Book of Horror Stories, most in turn reprinted from other sources, together with brief introductions by contemporary horror authors. "The Quiet Girl" is a story by Robert Holdstock.

"Introduction to When the Black Lotus Blooms"

  • In When the Black Lotus Blooms, ed. Elizabeth A. Saunders. Unnameable Press, August 1990.

Preface to the 2004 Hungarian translation of MINE

"Robert McCammon Tells How He Wrote Baal"

  • In Baal. New York: Pocket Books, 1988.

"Robert McCammon Tells How He Wrote Bethany's Sin"

  • In Bethany's Sin. New York: Pocket Books, 1988.

"Robert McCammon Tells How He Wrote The Night Boat"

  • In The Night Boat. New York: Pocket Books, 1988.

"Robert McCammon Tells How He Wrote They Thirst"

  • In They Thirst. New York: Pocket Books, 1988.

"The State of Where"

  • In Lights Out!, issue #5, February 1991.

"Swan Song"

  • In Mystery Scene #22, August 1989.

"Track of the Cat, by Walter Van Tilburg Clark"

  • In Horror: The 100 Best Books, eds. Stephen Jones and Kim Newman. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1988. Hardcover.
  • In Horror: The 100 Best Books, eds. Stephen Jones and Kim Newman. New York?: Xanadu Publications, 1988. Limited edition (signed by 75 contributors, limited to 300 copies).
  • In Horror: The 100 Best Books, eds. Stephen Jones and Kim Newman. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1990. Trade Paperback.

Academic Essays about McCammon's work

"The Call of the House of Usher: The Poe Element in Robert McCammon's Usher's Passing"
By Marian Motley-Carchase
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