Nightmares & Dreamscapes

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Nightmares & Dreamscapes
Nightmares&Dreamscapes.jpg
First edition cover
Author Stephen King
Cover artist Rob Wood
Country USA
Language English
Genre Horror, science fiction
Publisher Viking
Publication date
September 29, 1993
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 816
ISBN 978-0-670-85108-9

Nightmares & Dreamscapes is a short story collection by Stephen King published in 1993.

Stories[edit]

Title Originally published in
Dolan's Cadillac Castle Rock, February—June 1985
The End of the Whole Mess October 1986 issue of Omni
Suffer the Little Children February 1972 issue of Cavalier
The Night Flier Prime Evil (1988)
Popsy Masques II (1987)
It Grows on You Fall 1973 issue of Marshroots
Chattery Teeth Fall 1992 issue of Cemetery Dance
Dedication Night Visions 5 (1988)
The Moving Finger December 1990 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
Sneakers Night Visions 5 (1988)
You Know They Got a Hell of a Band Shock Rock (1992)
Home Delivery Book of the Dead (1989)
Rainy Season Spring 1989 issue of Midnight Graffiti
My Pretty Pony My Pretty Pony limited edition coffee table book (1989)
Sorry, Right Number Previously unpublished
The Ten O'Clock People Previously unpublished
Crouch End New Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos (1980)
The House on Maple Street Previously unpublished
The Fifth Quarter April 1972 issue of Cavalier
The Doctor's Case The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1987)
Umney's Last Case Previously unpublished
Head Down April 16, 1990 issue of The New Yorker
Brooklyn August Io #10, 1971
The Beggar and the Diamond Previously unpublished

Adaptations[edit]

"The Night Flier" and "Dolan's Cadillac" were both adapted to films of the same respective names.[1][2] "Chattery Teeth"' was adapted into a segment of the film Quicksilver Highway. "Sorry, Right Number" was telecast as an episode of Tales from the Darkside before it was published in Nightmares & Dreamscapes. "The Moving Finger" was adapted into an episode of the TV show Monsters. "Home Delivery" and "Rainy Season" were adapted into short films.

Television series[edit]

During the summer of 2006, TNT produced an eight-episode miniseries on various short stories by Stephen King. Although one may assume from the title that all of the episodes in the miniseries are from the collection of the same name, this is true for only five of the eight ("Battleground" was featured in Night Shift and "The Road Virus Heads North" and "Autopsy Room Four" appear in Everything's Eventual).

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