Bibliography

Some of Steve’s recent story appearances include:

“The Dead Outside My Door,” Black Static #77, November 2020

“An Gorta Mor,” Consumed: Tales Inspired by the Wendigo, ed. Hollie & Henry Snider, 2020

“Z is for Zombie,” Monsters, Movies & Mayhem, Kevin J. Anderson, 2020

“Rough Justice,” Mickey Finn Vol. 1: 21st Century Noir, ed. Michael Bracken, 2020

“E is for Eye,” Oculus Sinister, ed. CM Muller, 2020

“The Walls Are Trembling,” Apostles of the Weird, ed. ST Joshi, 2020

“Late Sleepers,” It Came from the Multiplex, ed. Joshua Viola, 2020

“Conversations with the Departed,” The Valancourt Book of Horror Stories Volume Four, eds. James Jenkins and Ryan Cagle, 2020

“The Haunters of the Dark Affair,” The Lovecraft Squad: Rising, ed. Stephen Jones, 2020

Forwarded,” The Dark Magazine, January 2020

Miguel Prays While His Mother Cries,” Daily Science Fiction, 8/8/2019

“A Thin Silver Line,” THE UNQUIET DREAMER: A TRIBUTE TO HARLAN ELLISON, ed. Preston Grassmann, 2019

“A Stay at the Shores,” Necronomicon 2019 Memento Book

Night Vision,” Daily Science Fiction

“Eidetic,” Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles, ed. C.M. Muller, 2019

“Love Letters,” Broken River Review #1

 

For a good sampling of what Steve does, check out his Selected Stories, Figures Unseen, now out from Valancourt Books. This volume includes several stories from each of his collections.


 

For a Complete Bibliography of Steve’s work, click on the following link to download a PDF:

Steve Tem Bibliography  

 

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   THANATRAUMA: Stories

Announcing Steve’s new collection, THANATRAUMA, up for pre-order at a special price. This is a collection of 21 strange and deeply unsettling tales — four of them previously unpublished — that deal with our deepest fears: death, loss, grieving, aging. The hardcover will be limited to 300 signed copies, beautifully printed and bound, and is available at a terrific preorder price of just $30. The wraparound dust jacket is by Vince Haig, who has done so many great covers for Undertow Publications. Starred review from Publishers Weekly: “World Fantasy Award winner Tem (The Night Doctor) is at his sharpest and most crushing in this collection of 21 horror shorts…essential for fans of dark speculative fiction, surrealist travelogues, and meditations on loss.” Full details here: https://www.valancourtbooks.com/thanatrauma-2021.html

About Steve

Steve Rasnic Tem's short fiction has been compared to the work of Franz Kafka, Dino Buzzati, Ray Bradbury, and Raymond Carver, but to quote Joe R. Lansdale: "Steve Rasnic Tem is a school of writing unto himself." His 470 plus published stories, sixteen collections, and eight novels have garnered him the British Fantasy Award, the World Fantasy Award, two International Horror Guild Awards, and four Bram Stoker Awards.

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