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Ramsey Campbell is perhaps the world's most decorated author of horror, terror, suspense, dark fantasy, and supernatural fiction. He has won four World Fantasy Awards, ten British Fantasy Awards, three Bram Stoker Awards, and the Horror Writers' Association's Lifetime Achievement Award, and has been named a Grand Master of Horror.
Publishers Weekly calls Campbell "a horror writer's horror writer," adding, "His control of mood and atmosphere is unsurpassed." Doug Winter, the noted scholar and critic, says Campbell has written "some of the most original and compelling fiction of our time, [works that dare] the precipice of reason, the human dilemma of knowing and not knowing, believing and disbelieving."
The Cleveland Plain Dealer says his horror fiction is "of consistently high quality," and The Washington Post praises Campbell for continuing "to break new ground, advancing the style and thematic content of horror fiction far beyond the works of his contemporaries."
Indeed, with the original publication of Scared Stiff, Campbell almost single-handedly created the genre of erotic horror. Never had sex and death been so mesmerizingly entwined. Clive Barker, in his Introduction, says, "One of the delightfully unsettling things about these tales is the way Ramsey's brooding, utterly unique vision renders an act so familiar to us all so fretful, so strange, so chilling. Sex . . . is the perfect stuff for the horror writer, and there can be few artists working in the genre as capable of analyzing and dramatizing [this] as Campbell."
He lives in Liverpool, England, with his wife and family.
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Ramsey Campbell Bibliography
The Doll Who Ate His Mother (1976) (Revised text: 1985) The Bride of Frankenstein (1977) (novelisation of the 1935 film, written as Carl Dreadstone) Dracula's Daughter (1977) (novelisation of the 1936 film, written as Carl Dreadstone) The Wolf Man (1977) (novelisation of the 1941 film, written as Carl Dreadstone) The Face That Must Die (1979) (Restored text: 1983) The Parasite (1980) (published in the US with a different ending as To Wake the Dead) The Nameless (1981) The Claw (1983) (AKA Night of the Claw, Claw ) (written as Jay Ramsay) Incarnate (1983) Obsession (1985) The Hungry Moon (1986) The Influence (1988) Ancient Images (1989) Midnight Sun (1990) Needing Ghosts (1990) The Count of Eleven (1991) The Long Lost (1993) The One Safe Place (1995) The House on Nazareth Hill (1996) (AKA Nazareth Hill) The Last Voice They Hear (1998) Silent Children (2000) Pact of the Fathers (2001) The Darkest Part of the Woods (2003) The Overnight (2004) Secret Stories (2005) (Abridged US edition, Secret Story, 2006) The Grin of the Dark (2007) Thieving Fear (2008) Creatures of the Pool (2009) Solomon Kane (Movie novelisation, 2010) The Seven Days of Cain (2010)
The Inhabitant of the Lake and Less Welcome Tenants (1964, as J. Ramsey Campbell) Demons by Daylight (1973) The Height of the Scream (1976) Dark Companions (1982) Cold Print (1985; expanded edition 1993. Contains the stories from The Inhabitant of the Lake as well as later material in the Lovecraft vein) Night Visions: The Hellbound Heart (1986. Contains stories by Campbell, Clive Barker and Lisa Tuttle) Dark Feasts: The World of Ramsey Campbell (1987) Scared Stiff: Tales of Sex and Death (1987) Waking Nightmares (1991) Alone with the Horrors (1993) Strange Things and Stranger Places (1993) Ghosts and Grisly Things (1998) Told by the Dead (2003) Inconsequential Tales (2008) Just Behind You (2009)