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Jeffrey Thomas is an American author of fantastical fiction, the creator of the acclaimed milieu Punktown. Books in the Punktown universe include the short story collections PUNKTOWN, VOICES FROM PUNKTOWN, PUNKTOWN: SHADES OF GREY (with his brother, Scott Thomas), and GHOSTS OF PUNKTOWN. Novels in that setting include DEADSTOCK, BLUE WAR, MONSTROCITY, HEALTH AGENT, EVERYBODY SCREAM!, and RED CELLS. Thomas's other short story collections include WORSHIP THE NIGHT, THIRTEEN SPECIMENS, NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS, DOOMSDAYS, TERROR INCOGNITA, UNHOLY DIMENSIONS, AAAIIIEEE!!!, HONEY IS SWEETER THAN BLOOD, and ENCOUNTERS WITH ENOCH COFFIN (with W. H. Pugmire). His other novels include LETTERS FROM HADES, THE FALL OF HADES, BEAUTIFUL HELL, BONELAND, BEYON ...more

My novels BLUE WAR, DEADSTOCK & MONSTROCITY now on Kindle






Over the past few years the rights to a number of my books have reverted to me. In former days, one might have become very dispirited by this development, but this is the age of the eBook, dammit, and a book no longer has to recede into oblivion. Thus, I’ve gone and rereleased most of these books myself for the Kindle (and sometimes, in print versions

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Punktown

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Monstrocity

3.94 avg rating — 285 ratings — published 2003 — 7 editions
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The Coming of the Old Ones

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Deadstock

3.79 avg rating — 199 ratings — published 2007 — 3 editions
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Beyond the Door

3.79 avg rating — 177 ratings — published 2011 — 6 editions
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Blue War

3.89 avg rating — 130 ratings — published 2008 — 2 editions
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A Nightmare on Elm Street: ...

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The Endless Fall and Other ...

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Unholy Dimensions

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Subject 11

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Punktown Monstrocity Everybody Scream! Punktown: Third Eye Punktown: Shades of Grey Deadstock Blue War
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Tagebuch aus der Hölle Ugly Heaven, Beautiful Hell Beautiful Hell Voices From Hades The Fall of Hades
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“He was a hunter who mourned for his prey, but was very good at tracking it down.”
Jeffrey Thomas, Punktown

“He wanted to express his gratitude to the dead thing. But how does one say a prayer over the corpse of a god?”
Jeffrey Thomas, Unholy Dimensions: Lovecraftian Tales

“The ending of my story should be spoiled for you in one respect; since I’m narrating in the first person, it will be fairly obvious that I don't die at the end. However, consider me a survivor of a race car crash, who lost a few psychic limbs in the inferno.”
Jeffrey Thomas, Unholy Dimensions: Lovecraftian Tales

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Jeffrey Thomas Fran wrote: "Thanks so much, Jeffrey. Great to see you here!

Best Always,
Fran"


Hi back at ya, Fran -- hope to see you at another (but better organized) signing some time! :-)
- Jeffrey


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Fran Friel Thanks so much, Jeffrey. Great to see you here!

Best Always,
Fran


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