Bad Moon Books

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Bad Moon Books
Industry Books, Publishing
Founded 1992
Founder Roy K. Robbins
Headquarters Flag of the United States.svg Garden Grove, California, USA
Products Books

Bad Moon Books is a publishing company owned by Roy K. Robbins in Garden Grove, California. In the middle of 1986, they began as a bookseller only, but in 2007 they began publishing. Their works include many Black Quill Award and Bram Stoker Award winners and nominees. Bad Moon Books' publications include limited edition paperbacks and hardcovers (including lettered editions, signed limited editions, and the occasional trade edition).

Recently, internationally known bestselling author Clive Barker chose Bad Moon Books to publish his never before published 1974 book, The Adventures of Mr. Maximillian Bacchus and His Travelling Circus which came out in April 2009.

Awards and honors[edit]



Eclipse Series[edit]


Promo chapbooks[edit]

  • Heart of Glass by David Winnick (2011). Promo chapbook for World Horror Con in Austin Texas.
  • Bad Candy by Al Sarrantonio and Paul Melniczek (2009). Promo chapbook that came with the purchase of the signed limited edition of The Watching by Paul Melniczek. Featuring the short stories "Pumpkin Head," "Softly the Night Whispers," and "The Fabric of Memories."
  • A Pair of Little Things by John R. Little (2009). Promo chapbook featuring the short stories "Climbing Mount Turnpike" and "Ever After."


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