Bentley Little

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Bentley Little
Born 1960
Arizona
Pen name Phillip Emmons
Occupation Novelist
Genre Horror

Bentley Little (born 1960 in Arizona) is an American author of horror novels.

Personal history[edit]

Little's first novel, The Revelation, was published with St. Martin's Press in 1990 and it won the Bram Stoker Award for "Best First Novel" in 1990.[1]

Awards[edit]

Adaptations[edit]

In 2007, the Hollywood Reporter announced that a film adaptation of The Store was in development at Strike Entertainment. The script is to be adapted by Jenna McGrath, with production duties handled by Marc Abraham and Eric Newman, and executive production by Vince Gerardis, Eli Kirschner and Tom Bliss.[2]

Bibliography [edit]

Novels[edit]

  • The Revelation (1990)
  • The Mailman (1991)
  • Death Instinct (1992) (writing as Phillip Emmons) aka Evil Deeds
  • The Summoning (1993)
  • The Night School (1994)- released as University in 1995
  • Dominion (1996)
  • The Ignored (1997)
  • Guests (1997)-released in the U.S as The Town in 2000
  • The Store (1998)
  • The House (1999)
  • The Walking (2000)
  • The Association (2001)
  • The Return (2002)
  • The Policy (2003)
  • The Resort (2004)
  • Dispatch (2005)
  • The Burning (2006)
  • The Vanishing (2007)
  • The Academy (2008)
  • His Father's Son (2009)
  • The Disappearance (2010)
  • The Haunted (2012)
  • The Circle (2012)
  • The Influence (2013)

Collections[edit]

  • Murmurous Haunts (1997)
  • The Collection (2002)
  • Four Dark Nights (2002) (with Douglas Clegg, Christopher Golden and Tom Piccirilli)
  • Indignities of the Flesh (2012)

Short stories[edit]

  • Witch Woman (1985)
  • Miles to Go Before I Sleep (1991) (Appeared in The Nightmares on Elm Street: Freddy Krueger's Seven Sweetest Dreams Edited by Martin H. Greenberg)
  • The Potato (1991)
  • The Washingtonians (1992)
  • The Man in the Passenger Seat (1993)
  • Monteith (1993)
  • From the Mouths of Babes (1994)
  • The Numbers Game (1994)
  • The Pond (1994)
  • See Marilyn Monroe's Panties! (1995)
  • Life With Father (1998)
  • Connie (1999)
  • The Theatre (1999)
  • After the Date (2005) (Appeared in No. 5 of The Horror Express magazine Edited by Marc Shemmans)
  • Pop Star in The Ugly Bar (2005)
  • Brushing (2007) (Appeared in Old Blood, New Souls Edited by Marc Shemmans)
  • The Miracle (2012) (Appeared in The Horror Express Volume 2 Edited by Marc Shemmans)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Past Bram Stoker Award Nominees and Winners". HWA official website. Retrieved January 30, 2012. 
  2. ^ Carolyn Giardina (July 30, 2007). "McGrath pen registers with 'Store'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2012-01-30. 

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