Charles L. Grant
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Charles Grant was born in 1942 and has lived most of his life in northwestern New Jersey. In 1964 he graduated from Trinity College (Connecticut) with a B.A. in History/English. From that point until 1975 he taught English, history, and drama in public secondary schools, with a two-year interruption (1968-1970) for military service (US Army, MP, Qui Nhon, Vietnam). He has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe, and since 1975 has been a full-time writer and editor.
In connection with his writing/editing (during and after his teaching career), he has appeared on numerous radio and television programs both in the US and Great Britain, and has lectured at many schools and colleges on the field of Dark Fantasy (past and present), editing, writing, and the business of his profession.
He also served eight years as an officer of the Science Fiction Writers of America, served ten years on the Board of Directors of the World Fantasy Awards, is past-president of the Horror Writers of America, served five years as President of the Board of Trustees of HWA, and is on the board of advisors for The Burry Man's Writers Center.
In 1987 he received the British Fantasy Society's Special Award, for life achievement. In May of 2000, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from HWA. In addition, he has received two Nebula Awards and three World Fantasy Awards for his writing and editing.
He and his wife, editor and novelist Kathryn Ptacek, lived in a 117-year-old haunted Victorian house in Sussex County, New Jersey.
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- Shadows 3, edited by Charles L. Grant (1980): Death is No Dream
As editor Charles L. Grant writes in his little intro, "For those of you familiar with Hotel Transylvania, Blood Games, and The Palace... welcome to Cabin 33; for those who are not... read this first, then go buy the books.
- averkievevgen: Shadows 11 (9780747230144) Charles L Grant
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- Ebooksphera - The Universe of Horror series by Charles L. Grant ...
Overview: Charles L. Grant's town of Oxrun Station became real to horror fans (much like Lovecraft's Arkham and King's Castle Rock). While most of Grant's stories were contemporary, he did write a trilogy of ?historical? novels placed in an ...
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- No Rest for the Wicked: Missing Charles L. Grant--One More Empty ...
Charles L. Grant, a towering legend in the field of horror, has died. Charlie's contributions as a writer are well known, both novels and short stories (and novellas, as in my favorite Grant book, NIGHTMARE SEASONS), but his ...
- Too Much Horror Fiction: Charles L. Grant: The Oxrun Station ...
While not as well-known as Lovecraft's Arkham and Innsmouth or King's 'Salem's Lot and Castle Rock, the fictional town of Oxrun Station created by Charles L. Grant was the setting for his many tales of quiet horror and dark ...
- Night Visions: Dead Image, ed. by Charles L. Grant (1985): I Don't ...
Everyone involved was writing good stuff throughout the 1980s: editor Charles L. Grant, of course, and contributors David Morrell, Joseph Payne Brennan, and Karl Edward Wagner. But those hopes were dashed pretty quickly ...
- Neil Gaiman's Journal: Charles L. Grant
I just got an email from Doug Winter telling me that Charles L. Grant -- Charlie Grant -- had passed away. He said, Charlie Grant died last night at home of a heart attack. It happened very quickly, around 11pm. He had been ...
- The Stars at Noonday: Three by Charles L. Grant
As threatened, I've spent the past few nights reading the remaining Charles L. Grant books I bought. In addition to Night Visions 1, there were three more Oxrun Station novella collections, all done along the lines of the first, ...
- Charles L. Grant & Kathryn Ptacek News - Hellnotes
Wildside Press will publish a yet-as-unnamed story collection by Kathryn Ptacek. It's the first time her stories have been assembled in one place.
- The Sound of Midnight - Charles L. Grant - Hellnotes
Centipede Press has announced that Charles L. Grant's The Sound of Midnight is now shipping. Description: The second novel in the famous Oxrun.
- Shadows 6 (9780385182591) Charles L. Grant
Product Details: Publisher: Doubleday Publishing; 1ST edition (1983) Language: English ISBN-10: 0385182597. ISBN-13: 978-0385182591. Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.6 x 0.9 inches. Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces.
- Kathryn Ptacek & Charles L. Grant News - Hellnotes
Kathryn Ptacek's horror novel, In Silence Sealed - the story of what really happened to Keats, Shelley, and Byron - will be reprinted as an eBook from.
- The Hour of the Oxrun Dead - Charles L. Grant - Hellnotes
Centipede Press has resurrected the classic Charles L. Grant novel, The Hour of the Oxrun Dead. This was Grant's first novel set in the town of.