In the late 1980s, St. Martin’s Paperbacks published a couple of omnibus Nightmare on Elm Street movie novelizations. The first was a compilation of novelizations of parts 1, 2 and 3. The second, including parts 4 and 5, was written by Ray Garton under the pseudonym Joseph Locke, which he used to write a number of other young adult horror novels around the same time.
St. Martin’s also published an anthology of original novellas and novelettes edited by the late great Martin H. Greenberg in 1991. The anthology, Freddy Krueger’s Seven Sweetest Dreams, featured stories from Brian Hodge, Tom Elliot, Bentley Little, William Relling, Jr., Philip Nutman, Wayne Allen Sallee, and Nancy A. Collins.
The novelization of Wes Craven’s New Nightmare was published in 1994 by TOR, written by David Bergantino.
These books were the early precursors of the popular Black Flame series of A Nightmare on Elm Street novels released by Black Flame in the mid-2000s, all highly collectible.
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These cover scans are from the library of author Christopher Fulbright.