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GNS has been anthologised in book form surprisingly rarely given how many short stories he's written, just eighteen stories over almost forty years and a few of them were reprints from other publications.
This page lists all of his short stories that have been published in anthologies, initially in a basic table and then with covers and further details below.
This was a short piece of general fiction that was published in a textbook, Communication Practice in Written English, edited by Frank Chaplen. It had been previously published in Country Gentleman's Magazine.
This was a horror story published in an anthology, Halloween Horrors, edited by Alan Ryan.
This was a Crabs story published in Scare Care, a horror anthology edited by Graham Masterton as a fundraiser for the Scare Care Trust.
This horror story was published in Dark Voices 2, edited by David Sutton and Stephen Jones. Dark Voices was the new title of the old faithful, The Pan Book of Horror Stories.
I'll See You on Saturday Night
This horror story was published in Final Shadows, edited by Charles L. Grant.
This was another horror story, published in Cold Cuts, edited by Paul Lewis and Steve Lockley.
Return to Innsmouth
This Lovecraftian horror story was published in Shadows Over Innsmouth, edited by Stephen Jones. It had previously appeared in the souvenir programme for Reminiscon 40, the event celebrating R. Lionel Fanthorpe's fortieth year in print.
This horror tale was Guy's first Mammoth story, published in The Mammoth Book of Frankenstein, edited by Stephen Jones.
The Case of the Sporting Squire
This mystery story was published in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, edited by Mike Ashley. It was based on a credited but unwritten case of Sherlock Holmes.
This horror story was published in The Mammoth Book of Dracula, edited by Stephen Jones.
Murder So Cool
This Scottish mystery story was published in Murder Most Scottish, edited by Stefan Dziemianowicz, Bob Adey, Ed Gorman and Martin H. Greenberg.
A Matter of Flesh and Blood
This historical mystery story was published in Murder Through the Ages, edited by Maxim Jakubowski.
This naval history story set aboard HMS Temeraire on the eve of the battle of Trafalgar was published in The Mammoth Book of Hearts of Oak, edited by Mike Ashley. This book was also published as The Mammoth Book of Sea Battles.
The Beast in the Mist \ The Fish Thing
These horror stories were published in an anthology edited by Neil Jackson of Ghostwriter Publications. The Beast in the Mist was an original story, while The Fish Thing was reprinted from London Mystery Selection.
The Fish Thing
This horror story was reprinted again in Dead Bait 2, a themed anthology around horror from the deep.
Devil of the Dark Forest
This story, originally published in The Countryman's Weekly was reprinted in a Polish horror anthology, 11 Cieć.
This story was another reprint, as it had been originally published in London Mystery Selection, but found book form in Horror Express Volume Two, edited by Marc Shemmans.
The Big One
This horror story was published in The Unspoken, edited by William Meikle, published through Createspace as a fundraiser for the Beatson Cancer Research Institute.
This story, originally published in Peeping Tom #22 back in April 1996, was recently reprinted in a Polish anthology called Za Tebou or Thirteen Hours. This appears to be a special edition to celebrate five years and twenty issues of the Czech horror magazine, Howard.
Thanks to Chris Hall for noticing this one! A comprehensive interview (in Czech) about Howard can be found at XB-1.
Last update: 4th June, 2019