Disappearance at Devil’s Rock, June 2016, William Morrow

A  Head Full of Ghosts, June 2015, William Morrow

The Floating Boy and the Girl Who Couldn’t Fly, Oct 2014, Chizine Publications (as P. T. Jones, co-written with Stephen Graham Jones

Swallowing a Donkey’s Eye, August 2012, Chizine Publications

No Sleep Till Wonderland, February 2010, Henry Holt

The Little Sleep, March 2009, Henry Holt


In the Mean Time, Oct 2010, Chizine Publications

The Harlequin and the Train, June 2009, Necropolitan Press (novella)

City Pier: Above and Below, March 2007, Prime Books (novella)

Compositions for the Young and Old, August 2005, Prime Books

Anthologies (as co-editor)

Creatures: Thirty Years of Monster Stories (with John Langan), September 2011, Prime Books

Phantom (with Sean Wallace), November 2009, Prime Books

Bandersnatch (with Sean Wallace), December 2007, Prime Books

Fantasy (with Sean Wallace), July 2007, Prime Books

Selected Short Stories

Coming soon.

3 responses to “Bibliography

  1. TashaMaria Tromer

    Hi, Paul Tremblay I came across your NO SLEEP TIL WONDERLAND at a sidewalk sale downtown Philadelphia, and I couldn’t put it down. I’m sure you have heard that countless times before, but I’m somewhat of a writer and don’t love everything, believe me. Now I must read the rest of your oeuvre before I sleep. Here’s a question: I am wondering if you are related to Nichole Tremblay McPhee, an amazing person who as an art student volunteered to assist me making a panel of the AIDS Quilt for a family member. She was from Massachusetts and regrettably we lost touch. Tasha

  2. Ft Collins

    Paul, I went to grade school and knew of a Tremblay family who lived in Fort Collins, Colorado. I’m assuming you may be related as you grew up in Aurora, Colorado?

    • Paul Tremblay

      I don’t think we’re related. At least not closely. My dad was in the air force and only lived out there during those years. We moved out east when I was less than a year old.

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