The following is a primary, working
bibliography, detailing appearances of works of fiction and
non-fiction. Following the bibliography is a filmography of feature
films, with George Romero's contributions listed parenthetically
after the title. Some information taken from Paul Gagne's seminal
work on Romero and his films, The Zombies That Ate Pittsburgh.
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- Novels (with Susanna
- Dawn of the
Dead (St. Martins,
Adaptation of the
Screenwriter by Sparrow, contains scenes only available in
140m version. Trade paperback edition comes with 8 page
color photo insert not available in the hardcover.
- Martin (Stein and Day, 1977; Day Books,
Adaptation of the
Screenwriter by Sparrow. Mass market paperback contains 8
page b&w photo insert not available in the
- Short Fiction
- "Clay" from Modern Masters
of Horror, Frank Coffey, ed.
A powerful story of a
disturbed young man and his "clay" housemates. Those who've
read Romero's screenplays are aware of his talents as a
writer, and this story certainly proves his talent to
readers of fiction as well.
- "Preface" to Night of the
Living Dead by John Russo (Warner, 1974; Pocket, 1981).
Reprinted in The Complete NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD Filmbook by
John Russo (Imagine, 1985).
Romero's take on the success
of NIGHT and the factors that led to it.
- "Introduction to Martin"
from Martin (see above).
Romero gives his views on
MARTIN in this brief intro.
- "Special Make-Up Effects
and the Director" from Grande Illusions by Tom Savini (Imagine,
Romero details his working
relationship with Tom Savini, the special effects make-up
- "Introduction to Book of
the Dead" from Book of the Dead edited by John Skipp and Craig
Spector (Ziesing, 1989; Bantam, 1989).
Romero comments on this
collection of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD-inspired zombie
- Teleplays (for TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE)
- "Trick or Treat" (1983,
- "The Devil's Advocate"
(1985-86 Season): Screenwriter.
- "Baker's Dozen" (1986-87
Season): Screenwriter (from "The Gingerbread Witch," by Scott
- "Circus" (1986-87 Season):
Screenwriter (from a story by Sidney J. Bounds).