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Stine, R. L. 1943–

Stine, R. L. 1943–

(Eric Affabee, Zachary Blue, Jovial Bob Stine)

PERSONAL

Full name, Robert Lawrence Stine; born October 8, 1943, in Columbus, OH; son of Lewis (a shipping manager) and Anne (maiden name, Feinstein) Stine; married Jane Waldhorn (a writer and owner of a publishing company), June 22, 1969; children: Matthew Daniel. Education: Ohio State University, B.A., 1965; New York University, graduate study, 1966–67. Religion: Judaism.

Addresses:

Contact—c/o Parachute Press, 156 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10010.

Career:

Writer and television personality. Social studies teacher at a junior high school in Columbus, OH, 1965–66; magazine writer, 1966–68; Junior Scholastic magazine, New York City, writer and associate editor, c. 1968–71; Search magazine, editor, 1972–75; Bananas magazine, creator, writer, and editor, c. 1975–84; Maniac magazine, writer and editor, 1984–85; Nickelodeon magazine, editorial director.

Member:

Mystery Writers of America, Writers Guild of America, East.

Awards, Honors:

Named one of the most intriguing people, People Weekly, c. 1995; Saturn Award nomination, best single genre television presentation, Academy of Science Fiction, Horror, and Fantasy Films, 1996, and Blimp Award nomination, favorite television show, Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, both with others, for the television series Goosebumps; Blimp Award, favorite book, 1998, for Deep Trouble II; named the best–selling author for children, Guinness World Records 2000: Millennium Edition, c. 2000; Children's Choice citations, American Library Association, for several of his books; Lifetime Achievement Award, Ohioana Library Association.

CREDITS

Television Work; Series:

Consultant, Goosebumps (also known as Ultimate Goosebumps), Fox, 1995–98.

Executive producer and series consultant, The Nightmare Room, The WB, 2001–2002.

Television Appearances; Series:

Host, Goosebumps (also known as Ultimate Goosebumps), Fox, 1995–98.

Host and narrator, The Nightmare Room, The WB, 2001–2002.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Halloween Homes, Home and Garden Television, 1998.

Himself, Tales from the Crypt: From Comic Books to Television, American Movie Classics, 2004.

Radio Appearances; Episodic:

All Things Considered, National Public Radio, 1999.

WRITINGS

Teleplays; Series:

Head writer, Eureeka's Castle, Nickelodeon, c. 1989–95.

(Stories) Goosebumps (also known as Ultimate Goosebumps), Fox, 1995–98.

(Stories) The Nightmare Room, The WB, 2001–2002.

Teleplays; Miniseries:

Some sources cite a miniseries called R. L. Stine's "Night Terrors," ABC.

Teleplays; Movies:

R. L. Stine's "Ghosts of Fear Street" (also known as Ghosts of Fear Street), ABC, 1998.

When Good Ghouls Go Bad, Fox, 2001.

Teleplays; Stories for Specials:

Goosebumps: Dare to Be Scared!, Fox, 1997.

Teleplays; Pilots:

The syndicated pilot Frightcom was based on the "Fear Street" and "Ghosts of Fear Street" series of books by Stine.

Screenplays; Stories for Films:

Superstitious, Dimension Films, 1999.

Haunted Lighthouse (also known as R. L. Stine's "Haunted Lighthouse"), Busch Entertainment/Lookout Entertainment, 2003.

Novels for Young Adults:

Blind Date, Scholastic, 1986.

Twisted, Scholastic, 1987.

Broken Date, Simon & Schuster, 1988.

The Baby–Sitter, Scholastic, 1989.

Beach Party, Scholastic, 1990.

The Boyfriend, Scholastic, 1990.

Curtains, Archway, 1990.

Phone Calls, Archway, 1990.

How I Broke Up with Ernie, Archway, 1990.

Baby–Sitter II, Scholastic, 1991.

The Girlfriend, Scholastic, 1991.

Snowman, Scholastic, 1991.

Beach House, Scholastic, 1992.

Hit and Run, Scholastic, 1992.

Baby–Sitter III, Scholastic, 1993.

The Dead Girl Friend, Scholastic, 1993.

Halloween Night, Scholastic, 1993.

Hitchhiker, Scholastic, 1993.

Call Waiting, Scholastic, 1994.

Halloween Night 2, Scholastic, 1994.

Baby–Sitter IV, Scholastic, 1995.

"Fear Street" Book Series:

The New Girl, Archway, 1989.

Halloween Party, Archway, 1990.

Missing, Archway, 1990.

The Stepsister, Archway, 1990.

The Surprise Party, Archway, 1990.

The Wrong Number, Archway, 1990.

The Fire Game, Archway, 1991.

Haunted, Archway, 1991.

Lights Out, Archway, 1991.

The Overnight, Archway, 1991.

The Secret Bedroom, Archway, 1991.

Silent Night, Archway, 1991.

Ski Weekend, Archway, 1991.

The Sleepwalker, Archway, 1991.

The Best Friend, Archway, 1992.

First Date, Archway, 1992.

The Knife, Archway, 1992.

Prom Queen, Archway, 1992.

The Cheater, Archway, 1993.

Sunburn, Archway, 1993.

Bad Dreams, Archway, 1994.

The Dare, Archway, 1994.

Double Date, Archway, 1994.

The First Horror, Archway, 1994.

The Mind Reader, Archway, 1994.

The New Boy, Archway, 1994.

One Evil Summer, Archway, 1994.

The Second Horror, Archway, 1994.

The Third Horror, Archway, 1994.

The Thrill Club, Archway, 1994.

College Weekend, Archway, 1995.

Final Grade, Archway, 1995.

The Stepsister 2, Archway, 1995.

Switched, Archway, 1995.

Truth or Dare, Archway, 1995.

Wrong Number 2, Archway, 1995.

The Boy Next Door, Simon & Schuster, 1996.

The Confession, Pocket Books, 1996.

The Face, Pocket Books, 1996.

Night Games, Pocket Books, 1996.

The Perfect Date, Pocket Books, 1996.

Secret Admirer, Pocket Books, 1996.

What Holly Heard, Pocket Books, 1996.

All–Night Party, Archway, 1997.

Cat, Archway, 1997.

Fear Hall: The Beginning, Archway, 1997.

Fear Hall: The Conclusion, Archway, 1997.

Killer's Kiss, Archway, 1997.

The Rich Girl, Archway, 1997.

Runaway, Archway, 1997.

"Fear Street: Cataluna Chronicles" Book Series:

The Dark Street, Pocket Books, 1995.

The Deadly Fire, Pocket Books, 1995.

Evil Moon, Pocket Books, 1995.

"Fear Street: Cheerleaders" Book Series:

The First Evil, Archway, 1992.

The Second Evil, Archway, 1992.

The Third Evil, Archway, 1992.

The New Evil, Archway, 1994.

"Fear Street: Fear Park" Book Series:

The First Scream, Pocket Books, 1996.

The Loudest Scream, Pocket Books, 1996.

The Last Scream, Pocket Books, 1996.

"Fear Street Saga" Book Series:

The Betrayal, Archway, 1993.

The Burning, Archway, 1993.

The Secret, Archway, 1993.

Fear Street Saga: Collector's Edition (contains The Betrayal, The Burning, and The Secret), Pocket Books, 1995.

House of Whispers, Simon & Schuster, 1996.

A New Fear, Pocket Books, 1996.

Children of Fear, Archway, 1997.

Daughters of Silence, Archway, 1997.

The Hidden Evil, Archway, 1997.

"Fear Street Super Chiller" Book Series:

Party Summer, Archway, 1991.

Goodnight Kiss, Archway, 1992.

Silent Night, Archway, 1992.

Broken Hearts, Archway, 1993.

Silent Night II, Archway, 1993.

The Dead Lifeguard, Archway, 1994.

Bad Moonlight, Archway, 1995.

Dead End, Archway, 1995.

The New Year's Party, Archway, 1995.

High Tide, Archway, 1997.

"Ghosts of Fear Street" Book Series:

The Attack of the Aqua Apes, Pocket Books, 1995.

Body Switchers from Outer Space, Pocket Books, 1996.

The Boy Who Ate Fear Street, Pocket Books, 1996.

The Bugman Lives, Pocket Books, 1996.

Eye of the Fortuneteller, Pocket Books, 1996.

Fright Christmas, Pocket Books, 1996.

Fright Knight, Pocket Books, 1996.

Nightmare in 3–D, Pocket Books, 1996.

Night of the Werecat, Pocket Books, 1996.

Revenge of the Shadow People, Pocket Books, 1996.

Stay Away from the Treehouse, Pocket Books, 1996.

Don't Ever Get Sick at Granny's, Pocket Books, 1997.

"G.I. Joe" Juvenile Book Series:

(As Eric Affabee) G.I. Joe and the Everglades Swamp Terror, Ballantine, 1986.

(As Eric Affabee) G.I. Joe: Operation Star Rider, Ballantine, 1986.

Operation: Deadly Decoy, Ballantine, 1986.

Operation: Mindbender, Ballantine, 1986.

Serpentor and the Mummy Warrior, Ballantine, 1987.

Jungle Raid, Ballantine, 1988.

Siege of Serpentor, Ballantine, 1988.

"Give Yourself Goosebumps" Book Series:

Escape from the Carnival of Horrors, Scholastic, 1995.

Tick Tock, You're Dead, Scholastic, 1995.

Trapped in Bat Wing Hall, Scholastic, 1995.

Beware of the Purple Peanut Butter, Scholastic, 1996.

The Curse of the Creeping Coffin, Scholastic, 1996.

The Deadly Experiments of Dr. Eeek, Scholastic, 1996.

Deep in the Jungle of Doom, Scholastic, 1996.

Diary of a Mad Mummy, Scholastic, 1996.

The Knight in Screaming Armor, Scholastic, 1996.

Night in Werewolf Woods, Scholastic, 1996.

Under the Magician's Spell, Scholastic, 1996.

Welcome to the Wicked Wax Museum, Scholastic, 1996.

Attack of the Beastly Babysitter, Scholastic, 1997.

The Creepy Creations of Professor Shock, Scholastic, 1997.

Escape from Camp Run for Your Life, Scholastic, 1997.

The Little Comic Shop of Horrors, Scholastic, 1997.

Please Don't Feed the Vampire, Scholastic, 1997.

Scream of the Evil Genie, Scholastic, 1997.

Secret Agent Grandma, Scholastic, 1997.

Toy Terror: Batteries Included, Scholastic, 1997.

The Twisted Tale of Tiki Island, Scholastic, 1997.

Alone in Snakebite Canyon, Scholastic, 1998.

Checkout Time at the Dead–End Hotel, Scholastic, 1998.

It's Only a Nightmare!, Scholastic, 1998.

Lost in Stinkeye Swamp, Scholastic, 1998.

Night of a Thousand Claws, Scholastic, 1998.

Return to the Carnival of Horrors, Scholastic, 1998.

Shop Till You Drop … Dead, Scholastic, 1998.

Werewolf of Twisted Tree Lodge, Scholastic, 1998.

You're Plant Food!, Scholastic, 1998.

Zapped in Space, Scholastic, 1998.

Elevator to Nowhere, Scholastic, 1999.

Escape from Horror House, Scholastic, 1999.

Hocus–Pocus Horror, Scholastic, 1999.

Into the Twister of Terror, Scholastic, 1999.

It Came from the Internet, Scholastic, 1999.

Scary Birthday to You!, Scholastic, 1999.

Ship of Ghouls, Scholastic, 1999.

Zombie School, Scholastic, 1999.

All–Day Nightmare, Scholastic, 2000.

Danger Time, Scholastic, 2000.

"Give Yourself Goosebumps Special Edition" Book Series:

Into the Jaws of Doom, Scholastic, 1998.

One Night in Payne House, Scholastic, 1998.

Return to Terror Tower, Scholastic, 1998.

Trapped in the Circus of Fear, Scholastic, 1998.

The Curse of the Cave Creatures, Scholastic, 1999.

Revenge of the Body Squeezers, Scholastic, 1999.

Trick or … Trapped, Scholastic, 1999.

Weekend at Poison Lake, Scholastic, 1999.

"Goosebumps" Book Series:

Monster Blood, Scholastic, 1992.

Say Cheese and Die, Scholastic, 1992.

Stay out of the Basement, Scholastic, 1992.

Welcome to Dead House, Scholastic, 1992.

Be Careful What You Wish For, Scholastic, 1993.

The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb, Scholastic, 1993.

The Ghost Next Door, Scholastic, 1993.

The Girl Who Cried Monster, Scholastic, 1993.

The Haunted Mask, Scholastic, 1993.

Let's Get Invisible, Scholastic, 1993.

Night of the Living Dummy, Scholastic, 1993.

Piano Lessons Can Be Murder, Scholastic, 1993.

Welcome to Camp Nightmare, Scholastic, 1993.

The Werewolf of Fever Swamp, Scholastic, 1993.

You Can't Scare Me, Scholastic, 1993.

Attack of the Mutant, Scholastic, 1994.

Deep Trouble, Scholastic, 1994.

Ghost Beach, Scholastic, 1994.

Go Eat Worms!, Scholastic, 1994.

Monster Blood 2, Scholastic, 1994.

My Hairiest Adventure, Scholastic, 1994.

One Day at Horrorland, Scholastic, 1994.

Phantom of the Auditorium, Scholastic, 1994.

Return of the Mummy, Scholastic, 1994.

The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight, Scholastic, 1994.

Tales to Give You Goosebumps: Ten Scary Stories, Scholastic, 1994.

Why I'm Afraid of Bees, Scholastic, 1994.

The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena, Scholastic, 1995.

The Barking Ghost, Scholastic, 1995.

The Cuckoo Clock of Doom, Scholastic, 1995.

Goosebumps Monster Edition #1 (contains Welcome to Dead House, Stay out of the Basement, and Say Cheese and Die), Scholastic, 1995.

The Haunted Mask 2, Scholastic, 1995.

The Headless Ghost, Scholastic, 1995.

The Horror at Camp Jellyjam, Scholastic, 1995.

It Came from Beneath the Sink, Scholastic, 1995.

Monster Blood 3, Scholastic, 1995.

More Tales to Give You Goosebumps (short stories), Scholastic, 1995.

Even More Tales to Give You Goosebumps (short stories), Scholastic, 1995.

A Night in Terror Tower, Scholastic, 1995.

The Night of the Living Dummy 2, Scholastic, 1995.

Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes, Scholastic, 1995.

A Shocker on Shock Street, Scholastic, 1995.

Attack of the Jack–o'–Lanterns, Scholastic, 1996.

Bad Hare Day, Scholastic, 1996.

The Beast from the East, Scholastic, 1996.

Calling All Creeps!, Scholastic, 1996.

Egg Monsters from Mars, Scholastic, 1996.

Ghost Camp, Scholastic, 1996.

Goosebumps Monster Edition #2 (contains Night of the Living Dummy, Night of the Living Dummy 2, and Night of the Living Dummy 3), Scholastic, 1996.

Goosebumps Night Light Edition (contains Welcome to Camp Nightmare, The Horror at Camp Jellyjam, and Ghost Camp), Scholastic, 1996.

How I Got My Shrunken Head, Scholastic, 1996.

How to Kill a Monster, Scholastic, 1996.

Legend of the Lost Legend, Scholastic, 1996.

Night of the Living Dummy 3, Scholastic, 1996.

Say Cheese and Die—Again!, Scholastic, 1996.

Still More Tales to Give You Goosebumps (short stories), Scholastic, 1996.

Vampire Breath, Scholastic, 1996.

Beware the Snowman, Scholastic, 1997.

The Blob That Ate Everyone, Scholastic, 1997.

Chicken, Chicken, Scholastic, 1997.

The Curse of Camp Cold Lake, Scholastic, 1997.

Deep Trouble II, Scholastic, 1997.

Don't Go to Sleep!, Scholastic, 1997.

Goosebumps Monster Edition #3 (contains The Ghost Next Door, Ghost Beach, and The Barking Ghost), Scholastic, 1997.

The Haunted School, Scholastic, 1997.

How I Learned to Fly, Scholastic, 1997.

I Live in Your Basement!, Scholastic, 1997.

Monster Blood 4, Scholastic, 1997.

More and More Tales to Give You Goosebumps (short stories), Scholastic, 1997.

My Best Friend Is Invisible, Scholastic, 1997.

Werewolf Skin, Scholastic, 1997.

"Goosebumps 2000" Books Series:

Are You Terrified Yet?, Scholastic, 1998.

Bride of the Living Dummy, Scholastic, 1998.

Creature Teacher, Scholastic, 1998.

Cry of the Cat, Scholastic, 1998.

Fright Camp, Scholastic, 1998.

I Am Your Evil Twin, Scholastic, 1998.

Invasion of the Body Squeezers Part 1, Scholastic, 1998.

Invasion of the Body Squeezers Part 2, Scholastic, 1998.

Revenge R Us, Scholastic, 1998.

Headless Halloween, Scholastic, 1999.

Attack of the Graveyard Ghouls, Scholastic, 1999.

Be Afraid—Be Very Afraid!, Scholastic, 1999.

Brain Juice, Scholastic, 1999.

Earth Geeks Must Go!, Scholastic, 1999.

Full Moon Fever, Scholastic, 1999.

The Haunted Car!, Scholastic, 1999.

Horrors of the Black Ring, Scholastic, 1999.

Jekyll and Heidi, Scholastic, 1999.

The Mummy Walks, Scholastic, 1999.

Return to Ghost Camp, Scholastic, 1999.

Return to Horrorland, Scholastic, 1999.

Scream School, Scholastic, 1999.

Slappy's Nightmare, Scholastic, 1999.

The Werewolf in the Living Room, Scholastic, 1999.

Ghost in the Mirror, Scholastic, 2000.

"Indiana Jones" Juvenile Book Series:

Indiana Jones and the Curse of Horror Island, Ballantine, 1984.

Indiana Jones and the Giants of the Silver Tower, Ballantine, 1984.

Indiana Jones and the Cult of the Mummy's Crypt, Ballantine, 1985.

Indiana Jones and the Ape Slaves of Howling Island, Ballantine, 1987.

"Nightmare Room" Book Series:

Dear Diary, I'm Dead, HarperCollins, 2000.

Don't Forget Me!, Avon, 2000.

Liar, Liar, HarperCollins, 2000.

My Name Is Evil, Avon, 2000.

Camp Nowhere, HarperCollins, 2001.

The Howler, Avon, 2001.

Shadow Girl, Avon, 2001.

They Call Me Creature, HarperCollins, 2001.

"Space Cadets" Book Series:

Jerks–in–Training, Scholastic, 1991.

Losers in Space, Scholastic, 1991.

Bozos on Patrol, Scholastic, 1992.

Children's Books; as Jovial Bob Stine:

The Absurdly Silly Encyclopedia and Flyswatter, illustrated by Bob Taylor, Scholastic, 1978.

How to Be Funny: An Extremely Silly Guidebook, illustrated by Carol Nicklaus, Dutton, 1978.

The Complete Book of Nerds, illustrated by Sam Viviano, Scholastic, 1979.

The Dynamite Do–It–Yourself Pen Pal Kit, illustrated by Jared Lee, Scholastic, 1980.

Dynamite's Funny Book of the Sad Facts of Life, illustrated by Lee, Scholastic, 1980.

Going Out! Going Steady! Going Bananas!, photographs by Dan Nelken, Scholastic, 1980.

The Pigs' Book of World Records, illustrated by Peter Lippman, Random House, 1980.

(With Jane Stine) The Sick of Being Sick Book, edited by Ann Durrell, illustrated by Nicklaus, Dutton, 1980.

Bananas Looks at TV, Scholastic, 1981.

The Beast Handbook, illustrated by Bob Taylor, Scholastic, 1981.

(With Jane Stine) The Cool Kids' Guide to Summer Camp, illustrated by Jerry Zimmerman, Scholastic, 1981.

Gnasty Gnomes, illustrated by Lippman, Random House, 1981.

(With Jane Stine) Bored with Being Bored! How to Beat the Boredom Blahs, illustrated by Zimmerman, Four Winds, 1982.

Don't Stand in the Soup, illustrated by Nicklaus, Bantam, 1982.

How to Wash a Duck, and How to Do Everything Else, Scholastic, 1982.

Blips! The First Book of Video Game Funnies, illustrated by Bryan Hendrix, Scholastic, 1983.

(With Jane Stine) Everything You Need to Survive: Brothers and Sisters, illustrated by Sal Murdocca, Random House, 1983.

(With Jane Stine) Everything You Need to Survive: First Dates, illustrated by Murdocca, Random House, 1983.

(With Jane Stine) Everything You Need to Survive: Homework, illustrated by Murdocca, Random House, 1983.

(With Jane Stine) Everything You Need to Survive: Money Problems, illustrated by Murdocca, Random House, 1983.

Jovial Bob's Computer Joke Book, Scholastic, 1985.

The Doggone Dog Joke Book, Parachute Press, 1986.

Miami Mice, illustrated by Eric Gurney, Scholastic, 1986.

101 Silly Monster Jokes, Scholastic, 1986.

Pork & Beans: Play Date, illustrated by Jose Aruego and Ariane Dewey, Scholastic, 1989.

101 Vacation Jokes, illustrated by Rick Majica, Scholastic, 1990.

The Amazing Adventures of Me, Myself and I, Bantam, 1991.

Joke Books:

101 Wacky Kid Jokes, Scholastic, 1988.

101 Creepy Creature Jokes, Scholastic, 1990.

101 More Monster Jokes, Scholastic, 1990.

101 School Cafeteria Jokes, Scholastic, 1990.

101 Vacation Jokes, Scholastic, 1990.

Novels for Children:

The Time Raider, illustrated by David Febland, Scholastic, 1982.

The Golden Sword of Dragonwalk, illustrated by Febland, Scholastic, 1983.

Horrors of the Haunted Museum, Scholastic, 1984.

Instant Millionaire, illustrated by Jowill Woodman, Scholastic, 1984.

Through the Forest of Twisted Dreams, Avon, 1984.

The Badlands of Hark, illustrated by Rob Roper, Scholastic, 1985.

Challenge of the Wolf Knight (Wizards, Warriors and You series), Avon, 1985.

Conquest of the Time Master, Avon, 1985.

Demons of the Deep, illustrated by Fred Carrillo, Golden Books, 1985.

The Invaders of Hark, Scholastic, 1985.

James Bond in Win, Place, or Die, Ballantine, 1985.

Cavern of the Phantoms, Avon, 1986.

Golden Girl and the Vanishing Unicorn (Golden Girl series), Ballantine, 1986.

Mystery of the Imposter, Avon, 1986.

Son of Furry, Bantam, 1991.

The Beast, Minstrel, 1994.

I Saw You That Night!, Scholastic, 1994.

The Beast II, Minstrel, 1995.

Author of several "Twistaplot" books for Scholastic and "You Choose the Storyline" books for Ballantine and Avon.

Books for Children Based on Films and Television Series:

Spaceballs: The Book, Scholastic, 1987.

Big Top Pee Wee: The Movie Storybook, Scholastic, 1988.

(As Jovial Bob Stine) Ghostbusters II Storybook, Scholastic, 1989.

My Secret Identity: A Novelization, Scholastic, 1989.

Novels for Children; as Eric Affabee:

The Siege of the Dragonriders, Avon, 1984.

Attack on the King, Avon, 1986.

The Dragon Queen's Revenge, Avon, 1986.

Novels for Children; as Zachary Blue:

The Jet Fighter Trap, Scholastic, 1987.

The Petrova Twist (also known as The Protectors #1: The Petrova Twist), Scholastic, 1987.

Short Stories:

Nightmare Hour, HarperCollins, 1999.

Nightmare Hour: Time for Terror, Avon, 2000.

The Haunting Hour: Chills in the Dead of Night, HarperCollins, 2001.

Beware! R. L. Stine Picks His Favorite Scary Stories, HarperCollins, 2002.

Horror Novels for Adults:

Superstitious, Warner Books, 1995.

Nonfiction:

(With others) Speaking for Ourselves, Too, compiled and edited by Donald R. Gallo, National Council of Teachers of English, 1993.

It Came from Ohio: My Life as a Writer (autobiography), as told to Joe Arthur, Scholastic, 1997.

Contributor to periodicals, including Adventures of Horror, Country & Western, and Soft Drink Industry.

OTHER SOURCES

Books:

Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 13, Gale, 1994.

Children's Literature Review, Volume 37, Gale, 1996.

Contemporary Popular Writers, St. James Press, 1997.

Jones, Patrick, What's So Scary about R. L. Stine?, Scarecrow Press, 1998.

Major Authors and Illustrators for Children and Young Adults, second edition, Gale, 2002.

Newsmakers, issue 1, Gale, 2003.

St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, St. James Press, 2000.

St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost, and Gothic Writers, St. James Press, 1998.

St. James Guide to Young Adult Writers, second edition, St. James Press, 1999.

Periodicals:

People Weekly, November 14, 1994, p. 115; December 25, 1995, 1, 1996, pp. 102–103.

TV Guide, October 28, 1995, p. 24.

USA Today, December 3, 1993, p. D6.

U.S. News and World Report, October 23, 1995, p. 95.

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