Chetwynd Hayes Bibliography For Websites

Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes (1919 - 2001) (a.k.a. Ronald Henry Glynn Chetwynd-Hayes or R. Chetwynd-Hayes) was an author, best known for his ghost stories. His first published work was the science fiction novel The Man From The Bomb in 1959. He went on to publish many collections and ten other novels including The Grange, The Haunted Grange, And Love Survived and The Curse of the Snake God. He also edited over 20 anthologies. Several of his short works were adapted into anthology style movies in the United Kingdom, including The Monster Club and From Beyond the Grave. Chetwynd-Hayes' book The Monster Club contains references to a film-maker called Vinke Rocnnor, an anagram of Kevin Connor, the director of From Beyond the Grave.

He won the Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement for 1988, and the British Fantasy Society Special Award in 1989.

 

 

Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes (30 May 1919 – 20 March 2001)[1] (a.k.a. Ronald Henry Glynn Chetwynd-Hayes or R. Chetwynd-Hayes) was a British author, best known for his ghost and horror stories. [2]

Biography[edit]

His first published work was the science fiction novel The Man from the Bomb in 1959. He went on to publish many collections and ten other novels including The Grange, The Haunted Grange, And Love Survived and The Curse of the Snake God. [2] He also edited over 20 anthologies. Several of his short works were adapted into anthology-style movies in the United Kingdom, including The Monster Club and From Beyond the Grave. Chetwynd-Hayes' book The Monster Club contains references to a film-maker called Vinke Rocnnor, an anagram of Kevin Connor, the director of From Beyond the Grave.

Awards[edit]

He won the Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement for 1988, and the British Fantasy Society Special Award in 1989.

Death[edit]

Chetwynd-Hayes died from bronchial pneumonia on 20 March 2001.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

Clavering Grange[edit]

  • The King's Ghost (1985, also known as The Grange)
  • Tales from the Hidden World (1988)
  • The Haunted Grange (1988)

Other novels[edit]

  • The Man from the Bomb (1959)
  • The Dark Man (1964, also known as And Love Survived)
  • Dominique (1978), a novelisation of the 1978 film
  • The Brats (1979)
  • The Partaker: A Novel of Fantasy (1980)
  • The Awakening (1980)
  • The Other Side (1983)
  • The Curse of the Snake God (1989)
  • Kepple (1992)
  • The Psychic Detective (1993)

Collections[edit]

  • Cornish Tales of Terror (1970)
  • Scottish Tales of Terror (1972) (writing as Angus Campbell)
  • Welsh Tales of Terror (1973)
  • Hell Is What You Make It (1971)
  • The Unbidden (1971)
  • Cold Terror (1973)
  • The Elemental: And Other Stories (1974)
  • Terror by Night (1974)
  • The Night Ghouls: And Other Grisly Tales (1975)
  • The Monster Club (1975)
  • Tales of Fear and Fantasy (1977)
  • The Cradle Demon: And Other Stories of Fantasy and Terror (1978)
  • The Fantastic World of Kamtellar: A Book of Vampires and Ghouls (1980)
  • Tales of Darkness (1981)
  • Tales from Beyond (1982)
  • Tales from the Other Side (1983)
  • A Quiver of Ghosts (1984)
  • Tales from the Dark Lands (1984)
  • Ghosts from the Mists of Time (1985)
  • Tales from the Shadows (1986)
  • Dracula's Children (1986)
  • Tales from the Haunted House (1986)
  • The House of Dracula (1987)
  • Shudders and Shivers (1988)
  • The Vampire Stories of R. Chetwynd-Hayes (1997)
  • Shocks (1997)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  1. ^Adrian, Jack (2001-03-31). "R. Chetwynd-Hayes". The Independent. Independent News & Media. Retrieved 2008-12-08. 
  2. ^ abMike Ashley , Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction. Elm Tree Books, ISBN 0-241-89528-6. (p. 52-3)
  3. ^Lentz, III, Harris M. (2002). Obituaries in the Performing Arts, 2001. McFarland. p. 63. 

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