Tem's primarily a short story writer, with only a few novel length books -- even Deadfall Hotel is structured more like linked short stories; according to the Weird Fiction Review website, one story in Deadfall Hotel was originally published as a novella in 1986, and the book has expanded off of that. Double-checking at ISFDB confirms my impression that a lot of his work has been through small press publishers: Excavation -- Avon Books, 1987 Daughters (w/Melanie Tem) -- iPublish, 2001 (this may have had national distribution; I don't recall seeing it, though) The Book of Days -- Subterranean Press, 2003 The Man on the Ceiling (w/Melanie Tem) -- Wizards of the Coast Discoveries, 2008 (this had national distribution) His story collections have all been through small press: Necronomicon Press, Silver Salamander, Ash-Tree, Dark Regions, Centipede. Note: His collection from Ash-Tree Press is now available as an e-book: The Far Side of the Lake. The actual book has been on my shelf a while and I'd hoped to get to it this last summer, but that didn't happen. I rather like it, and I think the actual physical item does look better. And thanks for the link. It does indeed. Randy M.