Bram Stoker Award nominee 1991.
- Introduction: Not Exactly By Accident
- They Never Even See Me
- Time to Murder
- Public Places
- Happy Hour
Gerald Neal Williamson (1932–2005) wrote and edited horror stories under the name J. N. Williamson.
Born in Indianapolis, IN he graduated from Shortridge High School. He studied journalism at Butler University. He published his first novel in 1979 and went on to publish more than 40 novels and 150 short stories. In 2003 he received a lifetime achievement award from the Horror Writers of America. He edited the critically acclaimed How to Write Tales of Horror, Fantasy & Science Fiction (1987) which covered the themes of such writing and cited the writings of such writers as Robert Bloch, Lee Prosser, Richard Matheson, Ray Bradbury, H. P. Lovecraft, August Derleth, William F. Nolan, and Stephen King. Many