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David J Schow


USA flag (1955 - )
Husband of Christa Faust

aka Oliver Lowenbruck

David J. Schow writes short fiction, films, nonfiction, novels, and TV, roughly in that order of preference, from his home in the Hollywood Hills. His screenplay credits include Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3, Critters 4 and 5 and The Crow. His latest books are Eye, his fifth short story collection (Subterranean Press) and Wild Hairs, a collection of essays and columns (Babbage Press). Dave and his wife, Christa Faust, live in Los Angeles.
 
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Short stories
Blood Rape of the Lust Ghouls
The Embracing
Lonesome Coyote Blues
Melodrama
Pulpmeister
Scribble!
Visitation
The Woman's Version
One for the Horrors (1983)
Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You (1984)
Bunny Didn't Tell Us (1985)
Red Light (1986)World Fantasy
Pamela's Get (1987)World Fantasy (nominee)
Bram Stoker (nominee)
The Falling Man (part one) (1988)
The Falling Man (part two) (1988)
Bad Guy Hats (1989)
Jerry's Kids Meet Wormboy (1989)
Kamikaze Butterflies (1989)
Sedalia [short story] (1989)
Incident on a Rainy Night in Beverly Hills (1990)
Night Bloomer (1990)
Not from Around Here (1990)
Pitt Night at The Lewistone Boneyard (1990)
The Shaft [short story] (1990)
Busted in Buttown (1991)
Last Call for the Sons of Shock (1991)
Pick Me Up (1991)
A Week in the Unlife (1991)
Life Partner (1993)
Penetration (1993)
Where the Heart Was (1993)
Beggar's Banquet, with Summer Sausage (1994)
Perps (1994)
Sand Sculpture (1994)
Scoop Makes a Swirly (1994)
Refrigerator Heaven (1995)
Dusting the Flowers (1996)
A Punch in the Doughtnut (1996)
Dismantling Fortress Architecture (1997) (with Craig Spector)
Dying Words (1997)
The Incredible True Facts in the Case (1998)
Unhasped (1999)
Why Rudy Can't Read (2000)


Awards
World Fantasy Best Short Story winner (1987) : Red Light
Bram Stoker Best Novellette nominee (1988) : Pamela's Get
World Fantasy Best Short Story nominee (1988) : Pamela's Get



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