Alan Rodgers

USA flag (b.1959)

Alan Rodgers is a science fiction and horror writer, editor, and poet. In the mid-Eighties he was the editor for Night Cry. His short stories have been published in a number of venues, including Weird Tales, Twilight Zone and a number of anthologies, such as Darker Masques, Prom Night, and Vengeance Fantastic. His novelette "The Boy Who Came Back From The Dead" won the Bram Stoker Award for Best Long Fiction in 1987 and was nominated for the World Fantasy Award.

Genres: Science Fiction
Series contributed to
Anthologies containing stories by Alan Rodgers
Short stories
The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead (1987)World Fantasy (nominee)
Bram Stoker
Emma's Daughter (1988)
Frankenstein Goes Home (1989)
The Night Gil Rhys First Met His Love (1989)
Prometheus' Declaration of Love for the Vulture (1989)
Momma Ghost (1995)
     aka Mama Ghost
Her Misbegotten Son [short story] (1996)
Clinic-Modern (1997)
How Dog George Slew the Dinosaur, and Other Songs the Yellow Cur Sang to the Moon (1997)
The Gargoyle's Song (1998)
Fifi's Tale (1999)
The Kidnapping of Roni Tahr (1999)
Merlin And Viviane (1999)
A Touch, a Kiss, a Rose (1999)

Bram Stoker Best Novellette winner (1988) : The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead
World Fantasy Best Novella nominee (1988) : The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead
Bram Stoker Best First Novel nominee (1991) : Blood of the Children
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (1995) : Pandora
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (1996) : Bone Music

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