The Bazaar of Bad Dreams

The Bazaar of Bad Dreams is a short fiction collection by Stephen King, published on November 3, 2015.wikipedia
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A Death

In February and March 2015, King personally, and via his assistant, confirmed the collection will include "Bad Little Kid" (published in 2014 as an e-book in French and German languages only as a gift to King's European fans ), "Ur" (heavily revised ), "Drunken Fireworks", and "A Death".
"A Death" is a short story by Stephen King, first published in the March 9, 2015 issue of The New Yorker, and collected in the November 3 collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

Ur (novella)

Ur
In February and March 2015, King personally, and via his assistant, confirmed the collection will include "Bad Little Kid" (published in 2014 as an e-book in French and German languages only as a gift to King's European fans ), "Ur" (heavily revised ), "Drunken Fireworks", and "A Death".
Ur was collected in King's 2015 collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, heavily revised.

Bad Little Kid

In February and March 2015, King personally, and via his assistant, confirmed the collection will include "Bad Little Kid" (published in 2014 as an e-book in French and German languages only as a gift to King's European fans ), "Ur" (heavily revised ), "Drunken Fireworks", and "A Death".
The first paper print in English was in Kings 2015 short story collection, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

Mile 81

It has also been collected in the 2015 short story collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

The Bone Church

It has since been collected and re-introduced in the November 3, 2015 anthology The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

Edgar Award

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One of the stories, "Obits", won the 2016 Edgar Award for best short story, and the collection itself won the 2015 Shirley Jackson Award for best collection.

Batman and Robin Have an Altercation

It was originally published in the September 2012 issue of Harper's Magazine, and later collected in King's short fiction collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams in 2015.

Morality (novella)

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It was then included as a bonus story in Blockade Billy, a novella published on May 25, 2010, and later collected and re-introduced in the November 3, 2015 anthology The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

Afterlife (short story)

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The story was later collected and re-introduced in the November 3, 2015 anthology The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, in which King revealed that the idea came from his own musings on mortality as he grew older.

The Dune

"The Dune" is a short horror story by Stephen King, first published in the Fall 2011 issue of Granta, and later collected in his 2015 short story collection, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

Tommy (King poem)

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"Tommy" is a narrative poem by Stephen King, first published in the March, 2010 edition of Playboy, and later collected and re-introduced in the November 3, 2015 anthology The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

Stephen King short fiction bibliography

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Most of these pieces have been collected in King's six short story collections: Night Shift (1978), Skeleton Crew (1985), Nightmares & Dreamscapes (1993), Everything's Eventual (2002), Just After Sunset (2008), and The Bazaar of Bad Dreams (2015); and in King's five novella collections: Different Seasons (1982), Four Past Midnight (1990), Hearts in Atlantis (1999), Full Dark, No Stars (2010), and If It Bleeds (2020).

Mister Yummy

"Mister Yummy" is a horror short story by Stephen King, first published in his 2015 story collection, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

That Bus Is Another World

It was later collected in his 2015 short story collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

Obits (short story)

Obits
"Obits" is a horror short story by American author Stephen King, which was first published in King's 2015 short-story collection, ''The Bazaar of Bad Dreams".

Blockade Billy

A revised version of the story was later included in The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

Stephen King

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The Bazaar of Bad Dreams is a short fiction collection by Stephen King, published on November 3, 2015.

Shirley Jackson Award

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One of the stories, "Obits", won the 2016 Edgar Award for best short story, and the collection itself won the 2015 Shirley Jackson Award for best collection.

Virginia Quarterly Review

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The paperback edition, released on October 18, 2016, includes a bonus short story, "Cookie Jar", which was published in 2016 in VQR.

Finders Keepers (King novel)

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In a letter posted on Stephen King's official site in June 2014, King announced that he would possibly be publishing a "book of new stories" in the fall of 2015, following the publication of Finders Keepers.

Toronto Sun

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In an interview with the Toronto Sun on November 6, 2014, King announced the title of the collection and offered more details, saying "[I]n the fall of 2015 there will be a new collection of stories called The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, which'll collect about 20 short tales. It should be a pretty fat book."

Joe Hill (writer)

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The Bazaar of Bad Dreams omits contemporaneous stories published by King in collaboration with his son Joe Hill (Throttle and In the Tall Grass) and Stewart O'Nan (A Face in the Crowd).

Throttle (novella)

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The Bazaar of Bad Dreams omits contemporaneous stories published by King in collaboration with his son Joe Hill (Throttle and In the Tall Grass) and Stewart O'Nan (A Face in the Crowd).

In the Tall Grass

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The Bazaar of Bad Dreams omits contemporaneous stories published by King in collaboration with his son Joe Hill (Throttle and In the Tall Grass) and Stewart O'Nan (A Face in the Crowd).