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New Release – Curse of the Full Moon

Posted by Dark Whisperer on August 8, 2010

Curse of the Full Moon

Editor: James Lowder

Publisher: Ulysses Press

Release Date: May 1, 2010

ISBN-10: 1569757887
ISBN-13: 978-1569757888

Editor Website

Werewolves stalk the night in this anthology of lycanthrope-themed short fiction featuring many of today’s most renowned voices in horror and fantasy.

The first touch of moonlight transforms the kindly, sad-eyed stranger into something else — something vicious, terrible, and beyond the reach of reason. The curse has taken hold. From fog-shrouded heaths and urban mazes to fantastic realms and unsettling futurescapes, the werewolves are on the prowl. . . .

With stories from such world-renowned voices in horror and fantasy as Peter S. Beagle, Ramsey Campbell, Nancy A. Collins, Jonathan Carroll, Charles de Lint, Harlan Ellison®, Neil Gaiman, Joe R. Lansdale, Tanith Lee, Ursula K. Le Guin, George R. R. Martin, Michael Moorcock, and Gene Wolfe, Curse of the Full Moon presents a remarkable collection of works that examine the legend of the werewolf from a wide variety of insightful and inventive perspectives. The battle against the beast within can create heroes or horrors, and only the light of the full moon reveals which it is that you face: your savior or your doom.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction: Becoming Wolf
  • “My Zoondel” by Jonathan Carroll
  • “Wolf Train West” by William Messner-Loebs
  • “The Wife’s Story” by Ursula K. Le Guin
  • “The Hero as Werwolf” by Gene Wolfe
  • “Trading Hearts at the Half Kaffe Café” by Charles de Lint
  • “The Werewolf” by Tanith Lee
  • “The Lame Priest” by S. Carleton
  • “In the Lost Lands” by George R. R. Martin
  • “The Gentleman’s Hotel” by Joe R. Lansdale
  • “Full Moon Hearth” by Barb Hendee
  • “Wolf” by Michael Moorcock
  • “Beneath the Skin” by James Lowder
  • “Lila the Werewolf” by Peter S. Beagle
  • “The Werewolf of Camelot” by Darrell Schweitzer
  • “The Brown Bomber and the Nazi Werewolves of the S.S.” by Matt Venne
  • “Footsteps” by Harlan Ellison®
  • “Population: 666” by Nancy A. Collins
  • “The Change” by Ramsey Campbell
  • “Bay Wolf” by Neil Gaiman

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New Release – Evolve: Vampire Stories of the Undead

Posted by Dark Whisperer on March 29, 2010

Evolve: Vampire Stories of the Undead

Editor: Nancy Kilpatrick

Publisher: Edge SF&F Publishing

Release Date: September 15th, 2010

ISBN-10: 1894063333
ISBN-13: 978-1894063333

Anthology Website

New Vampires have evolved, and they are coming for you! Kelley Armstrong, Tanya Huff and twenty-two other dark fantasy and horror writers come together to re-imagine the future of vampires in this new collection of all-original short fiction – one of the most unusual and original vampire anthologies ever assembled.


  • Kelley Armstrong
  • Tanya Huff
  • Claude Lalumiere
  • Mary E. Choo
  • Sandra Kasturi
  • Bradley Somer
  • Kevin Cockie
  • Rebecca Bradley
  • Heather Clitheroe
  • Colleen Anderson
  • Sandra Wickham
  • Rhea Rose
  • Ronald Hore
  • Bev Vincent
  • Jennifer Greylyn
  • Steve Vernon
  • Michael Skeet
  • Kevin Nunn
  • Victoria Fisher
  • Rio Youers
  • Gemma Files
  • Natasha Beaulieu
  • Claude Bolduc
  • Jerome Stueart
  • Cover Art by John Kaiine

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HWA Members Enjoy a Second Dose of ‘Blood Lite’

Posted by Dark Whisperer on February 11, 2010

HWA President Deborah LeBlanc unveiled the table of contents for the next official HWA anthology, Blood Lite 2. The sequel to 2008’s bestselling collection of humorous horror is again being edited by New York Times-bestselling author Kevin J. Anderson and promises double the horror — and double the laughs!

On behalf of the entire HWA Board, President LeBlanc offered her heartfelt congratulations to everyone who made the cut for Blood Lite 2:

  • Death and Taxes | Heather Graham
  • Table for Two | Jeff Ryan
  • Treatment | J.A. Konrath
  • Dead Clown Séance | Christopher Welch
  • The Day the Devil Swallowed a Heapin’ Helpin’ of Pride at the Beaulahville Gospel Jubilee | Scott Nicholson
  • Click on the cover image to check out the first volume of 'Blood Lite'!

  • Piecemaker | Don d’Ammassa
  • Good Breeding | Lucien Soulban
  • Tails | John R. Little
  • Dog Tired (of the Drama!) | L.A. Banks
  • A Sweet Girl for Todd | Mark Onspaugh
  • Dark Carbuncle | Kevin J. Anderson & Janis Ian
  • Tastes Like Chicken | Jordan Summers
  • Presumptuous Beast Throws Sumptuous Feast | Mike Baron
  • Bad German | Edward Bryant
  • The Halloween War | Brian J. Hatcher
  • Oh, the Ho-Ho Horror | Joel A. Sutherland
  • The Unfortunate Persistence of Harold Francis Beamish | Aaron Polson
  • Dick and Larry | D.L. Snell
  • Son of…a Bitch! | Sam W. Anderson
  • Her Lucky Day | Allison Brennan
  • A Wing and a Prayer | Sharyn McCrumb
  • Barewolf | Daniel Pyle
  • American Banshee | Eric James Stone
  • The Epicurean | Amy Sterling Casil
  • The Ghoul Next Door | Nancy Kilpatrick
  • Daycare of the Damned | Nina Kiriki Hoffman
  • Season’s Tickets | Derek Clendening
  • The Close Shave | Mike Resnick & Lezli Robyn
  • Shaggy Dog Story | Steve Rasnic Tem
  • Eight-Legged Vengeance | Jeff Strand
  • Lucifer’s Daughter | Kelley Armstrong

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New Release – Tails of Wonder and Imagination

Posted by Dark Whisperer on February 7, 2010

Tails of Wonder and Imagination

Editor: Ellen Datlow

Publisher: Night Shade

Release Date: February 15th, 2010

ISBN-10: 1597801704
ISBN-13: 978-1597801706

Editor Website

What is it about the cat that captivates the creative imagination? No other creature has inspired so many authors to take pen to page. Mystery, horror, science fiction, and fantasy stories have all been written about cats.

From legendary editor Ellen Datlow comes Tails of Wonder and Imagination, showcasing forty cat tales by some of today’s most popular authors. With uncollected stories by Stephen King, Carol Emshwiller, Tanith Lee, Peter S. Beagle, Elizabeth Hand, Dennis Danvers, and Theodora Goss and a previously unpublished story by Susanna Clarke, plus feline-centric fiction by Neil Gaiman, Kelly Link, George R. R. Martin, Lucius Shepard, Joyce Carol Oates, Graham Joyce, Catherynne M. Valente, Michael Marshall Smith, and many others.

Tails of Wonder and Imagination features more than 200,000 words of stories in which cats are heroes and stories in which they’re villains; tales of domestic cats, tigers, lions, mythical part-cat beings, people transformed into cats, cats transformed into people. And yes, even a few cute cats.

Table of Contents:

  • Through the Looking Glass (excerpt) – Lewis Carroll
  • No Heaven Will Not Ever Heaven Be… – A. R. Morlan
  • The Price – Neil Gaiman
  • Dark Eyes, Faith, and Devotion – Charles de Lint
  • Not Waving – Michael Marshall Smith
  • Catch – Ray Vukcevich
  • The Manticore Spell – Jeffrey Ford
  • Catskin – Kelly Link
  • Mieze Corrects an Incomplete Representation of Reality – Michaela Roessner
  • Guardians – George R. R. Martin
  • Life Regarded as a Jigsaw Puzzle of Highly Lustrous Cats – Michael Bishop
  • Gordon, the Self-Made Cat – Peter S. Beagle
  • The Jaguar Hunter – Lucius Shepard
  • Arthur’s Lion – Tanith Lee
  • Pride – Mary A. Turzillo
  • The Burglar Takes a Cat – Lawrence Block
  • The White Cat – Joyce Carol Oates
  • Returns – Jack Ketchum
  • Puss-Cat – Reggie Oliver
  • Cat in Glass – Nancy Etchemendy
  • Coyote Peyote – Carole Nelson Douglas
  • The Poet and the Inkmaker’s Daughter – Elizabeth Hand
  • The Night of the Tiger – Stephen King
  • Every Angel is Terrifying – John Kessel
  • Candia – Graham Joyce
  • Mbo – Nicholas Royle
  • Bean Bag Cats(R) – Edward Bryant
  • Antiquities – John Crowley
  • The Manticore’s Tale – Catherynne M. Valente
  • In Carnation – Nancy Springer
  • Old Foss is the Name of His Cat – David Sandner
  • A Safe Place to Be – Carol Emshwiller
  • Nine Lives to Live – Sharyn McCrumb
  • Tiger Kill – Kaaron Warren
  • Something Better than Death – Lucy Sussex
  • Dominion – Christine Lucas
  • Tiger in the Snow – Daniel Wynn Barber
  • The Dweller in High Places – Susanna Clarke
  • Healing – Benjamin Dennis Danvers
  • The Puma – Theodora Goss

Whispers about Tails of Wonder and Imagination

“… an assortment of 40 stories by authors who are for the most part willing to take cats on their own ground. Datlow avoids the trap of a too-narrow premise: though there appears to be a slight bias toward horror, the stories are various within that field, from Jack Ketchum’s ghost story “Returns to Michaela”, Roessner’s highly scientific “Mieze Corrects an Incomplete Representation of Reality” and Edward Bryant’s brilliantly repellent “Bean Bag Cat”. Other tales are amusing, like Lawrence Block’s “The Burglar Takes a Cat”, or gently sentimental, like Dennis Danvers’s “Healing Benjamin”. This is that rarity of rarities: an anthology of cat stories worth reading.” — Publishers Weekly

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New Release – Kaiki: Uncanny Tales from Japan/Volume One: Tales of Old Edo

Posted by Dark Whisperer on December 27, 2009

Kaiki: Uncanny Tales from Japan/Volume One: Tales of Old Edo

Author: Various (Multi-Author Anthology)

Publisher: Kurodahan Press

Release Date: November 1st, 2009

ISBN-10: 4902075083
ISBN-13: 978-4902075083

Anthology Website

The first volume in our Kaiki series introducing the world of Japanese weird and supernatural literature, Tales of Old Edo presents a selection of outstanding works drawn from centuries of creativity in the field, with an in-depth introduction to the genre by recognized authority Higashi Masao.

Table of Contents:

  • Robert Weinberg / Preface: “An Ordinary World, Interrupted”
  • Higashi Masao / Introduction: “The Origins of Japanese Weird Fiction”
  • Lafcadio Hearn / “The Value of the Supernatural in Fiction” (1898) and “In a Cup of Tea” (1902)
  • Ueda Akinari / “The Chrysanthemum Pledge” (1776)
  • Kyogoku Natsuhiko / “Three Old Tales of Terror” (2005)
  • Miyabe Miyuki / “The Futon Room” (2000)
  • Okamoto Kido / “Here Lies a Flute” (1925)
  • Tanaka Kotaro / “The Face in the Hearth” (1928)
  • Koda Rohan / “The Pointer” (1938)
  • Inagaki Taruho / “The Ino Residence, Or, The Competition with a Ghost” (1972)
  • Yamamoto Shugoro / “Through the Wooden Gate” (1959)
  • Sugiura Hinako (manga) / “Three Eerie Tales of Dark Nights” (1993)

Whispers about Kaiki: Uncanny Tales from Japan/Volume One: Tales of Old Edo

“Kaiki will cater to a clear gap in the market. Japanese supernatural fiction (in contrast to film and manga) is little known in the English language world. A whole new experience―yet one sometimes strangely familiar―is out there and waiting.” – John Howard, Wormwood No. 13

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New Release – Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues

Posted by Dark Whisperer on September 17, 2009

mc_blues_coverMorbid Curiosity Cures the Blues

Editor: Loren Rhoads

Publisher: Scribner

Release Date: September 29th, 2009

ISBN-10: 1439124663
ISBN-13: 978-1439124666

Editor Website

A collection of the editor’s favorite pieces from the cult nonfiction magazine Morbid Curiosity.

For ten years, Morbid Curiosity was a one-of-a-kind underground magazine that gained a devoted following for its celebration of absurd, grotesque, and unusual tales – all true — submitted from contributors around the country and across the world. Loren Rhoads, creator and editor of the magazine, has compiled her favorite stories from all ten issues in this sometimes shocking, occasionally gruesome, always fascinating, anthology.

This quirky book is filled with tales from ordinary people — who just happen to have eccentric, sometimes peculiar interests. Ranging from the outrageous (attending a Black Mass, fishing bodies out of San Francisco Bay, making fake snuff films), to the more “mundane” (visiting a torture museum and tracking real vampires), this curiously enjoyable collection of stories, complete with illustrations and informative asides, will entertain and haunt readers long after the final page is turned.

Whispers about Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues

“A truly compelling collection of human oddities that pays pitch-perfect tribute to the magazine that first spawned them.” – Monica Kuebler, Rue Morgue Magazine

“Nietzsche famously said that if you stare long enough into the abyss, the abyss stares back into you. Here the abyss is poking back at you with a very sharp stick. Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues — a testament to all that ever was great about the underground press — will crack through your armor, pry under your scales, and break through your numb envelope of reality to remind you what you’re really made of. You’ll shudder and cringe and laugh along the way, but the sheer gravity and humanity of every true story in this book will more than satisfy your morbid curiosity: it will change how you see the world for good. Until you die, anyway.” – Michael Arnzen, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Goreletter

“It’s a cliché that truth is stranger than fiction, but this compendium of real-life accounts of the bizarre, horrific and just-plain-freaky proves it. From cavorting around the Far East looking for natural hallucinogens to getting trapped in the remains of a WWII gas chamber to working in an animal experiment lab to the unflinching account of an apparently fatal car vs. biker accident, Morbid Curiosity Cures The Blues is a lot like said accident — once its astonishing stories of life beyond the mundane catch your eye, you simply can’t look away. This is a collection you’ll never forget.” – John Everson, author of Sacrifice and The 13th

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New Release – Sha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse

Posted by Dark Whisperer on August 15, 2009

Sha'DaaSha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse

Authors: Michael H. Hanson and Edward F. McKeown

Publisher: Altered Dimensions Press

Release Date: May 1st, 2009

ISBN-10: 0982135246
ISBN-13: 978-0982135242

Author Website

Once every 10,000 years comes The Sha’Daa, a two-day stretch of time when evil is permitted to cross the dimensional barriers and attack the Earth. This shared-world anthology is a collection of exciting and frightening tales which all combine to tell an epic account that runs the gamut from true soul-shaking horror to wry and ironic takes on the end of reality as we know it. Unlikely heroes in unusual locations around the globe battle not only for their own survival, but for all of humanity. Fortunately we are not entirely on our own. Strange allies lurk in the shadows and cracks of space and time. Strangest of them all is “The Salesman,” a mysterious figure with many names and faces, doomed to travel the Earth for thousands of years, trading in artifacts and favors, forever plotting and scheming in his seemingly doomed effort to thwart The Sha’Daa.

10,000 years have passed since the last Sha’Daa, a stretch of time so long that even the legends of it have faded from mankind’s collective memory. For ten millennium demons and monsters have been nothing more than folktales, relegated to obscure campfire orations which we no longer pay heed. But make no mistake. The hell realms endure. And their innumerable denizens slaver with hatred, lusting for human blood. And now their time has come. Are you ready for The Sha’Daa?

Table of Contents:

  • Foreword | Mike Resnick
  • Akasa/Interludes I-X/Prana/Xenogenesis | Michael H. Hanson
  • The Dive | Edward F. McKeown
  • Tunguska Outpact | Deborah Koren
  • Lava Lovers | Wilson “Pete” Marsh
  • The Way of The Warrior | Arthur Sanchez
  • Breaking Even | Jamie Schmidt
  • Dixie Chrononauts | D.R. MacMaster
  • The Great Nyuk-Nyuk | Adrienne Ray
  • Talking Heads | Nancy Jackson
  • The Seventh Continent | Lee Ann Kuruganti
  • The Salesman | Rob Adams

Whispers about Sha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse

Sha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse is an end of the world book like no other I have read before. The anthology was written by various authors whose tales weave together into a seamless novel, rather than a collection of related stories. Every ten thousand years the veils between the dimensions weaken for a 48 hour period and hellish monsters attempt to invade the Earth and transform it into their own version of Hell. This time period is known as the Sha’Daa. The tales featured in the anthology are diverse and strikingly different but they play off one another very well, and together they tell the story of how humanity and the forces of good struggle to prevent the evil of the Sha’Daa from spreading to our world. All in all, Sha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse is a book any fan of “end of the world fiction” must add to their library.” – Eric S. Brown, author of The War of the Worlds Plus Blood, Guts and Zombies

“Even in a field that prides itself upon being unique, Sha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse is a most unusual book. With a concept based on a fine story by Michael Hanson, it is not quite a round- robin novel by its many authors, but is somehow more than an anthology. Hanson…created the venue, a world visited by hideous things every ten thousand years, and wrote the bridge material between stories. This book owes a lot to H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, but make no mistake: you will not run into adjectives like “gibbous”, “squamous” and “eldritch” every other paragraph. There’s horror here, but it’s an up-to-date 21st Century horror… and [the stories] not only all stand alone, but they also hang together because they are built around Hanson’s premise: that the Sha’Daa – that 48-hour period when the portals are open between the monsters’ dimension and our own – actually exists. In fact, there is not only a shared conceit – Sha’Daa – but also a wonderful and totally original creation known as The Salesman, who performs beautifully in a number of stories by diverse hands. If Lovecraft were around to read Sha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse, I think his first reaction would be annoyance (“They’re building on my concept”), followed by a giggle or two (“They had a lot of fun doing it,”), and ultimately pride (“They updated it and did it right.”) He isn’t the only one. I think Edmond Hamilton, Jack Williamson, Clark Ashton Smith, and even Robert Sheckley could see bits of their ideas or approaches here, all filtered through this band of motivated writers, and they would be just as pleased.” – Mike Resnick, Hugo and Nebula Award Winning Author of Kirinyaga and Stalking the Unicorn

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New Release – Double Visions

Posted by Dark Whisperer on August 5, 2009

double_visions_lgDouble Visions

Author: Bruce Boston and others

Publisher: Dark Regions Press

Release Date: July 10th, 2009

ISBN-10: 1-888993669
ISBN-13: 978-1888993660

Author Website

SFPA Grandmaster Poet, Bruce Boston, collaborates with ten other speculative poets, including fellow Grandmaster Robert Frazier, Bram Stoker Award-winner Marge Simon, Asimov’s Readers’ Award-winner G.O. Clark. This collection includes seven Rhysling nominees, the winner of the Odyssey Poetry Award, and the winner of the Locus Online Poetry Poll for best All-Time SF, Fantasy, or Horror poem.

Whispers about Double Visions

Double Visions explores and articulates the alien countryside that lies just behind the facade of ordinary existence and examines the elusive, fleeting shadows where fundamental truths reside. I came away from this collection with an enhanced appreciation for the richness, strangeness, horror, delight, and utter beauty of our kind’s brief sojourn in the cosmos.” – from the introduction by J.L. Comeau

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New Release – Troll’s Eye View: A Book of Villainous Tales

Posted by Dark Whisperer on April 14, 2009

trolls-eye-viewTroll’s Eye View: A Book of Villainous Tales

Editors: Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling

Publisher: Viking Juvenile

Release Date: April 16th, 2009

ISBN-10: 0670061417
ISBN-13: 978-0670061419

Editor Website

Everyone thinks they know the real story behind the villains in fairy tales – evil, no two ways about it. But the villains themselves beg to differ. In Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling’s new anthology for younger readers, you’ll hear from the Giant’s wife (“Jack and the Beanstalk”), Rumplestiltskin, the oldest of the Twelve Dancing Princesses, and many more. A stellar lineup of authors, including Garth Nix, Holly Black, Neil Gaiman and Nancy Farmer, makes sure that these old stories do new tricks!

In this follow-up to Datlow and Windling’s A Wolf at the Door and Swan Sister, the duo again amass an anthology of fairy-tale retellings, for 8-12 year olds, only this time they keep focus upon the backstories of well-known villains.

Table of Contents:

Wizard’s Apprentice | Delia Sherman
An Unwelcome Guest | Garth Nix
Faery Tales | Wendy Froud
Rags and Riches | Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Up the Down Beanstalk | Peter S. Beagle
The Shoes That Were Danced to Pieces | Ellen Kushner
Puss in Boots, the Sequel | Joseph Stanton
The Boy Who Cried Wolf | Holly Black
Troll | Jane Yolen
Castle Othello | Nancy Farmer
Skin | Michael Cadnum
A Delicate Architecture | Catherynne M. Valente
Molly | Midori Snyder
Observing the Formalities | Neil Gaiman
The Cinderella Game | Kelly Link

Whispers about Troll’s Eye View: A Book of Villainous Tales

“..retell[s] fairy tales from the point of view of fairy tale villains – the witch, the wolf, the troll, the evil fairy godmother, etc…unlocking a Pandora’s box of stories, with a few coming along at the very end proving to be the most fearsome of the whole lot. In some cases this topsy-turvy worldview results in stories which are, in style and tone, by turns humorous, whimsical, or cautionary…In a handful of cases the resulting tales are stunningly, even unsettlingly, dark and beautiful, epitomizing what fairy tale scholar Maria Tatar has described as the “beauty and terror” of fairy tales…although an inner leaf of the book lists its intended audience as grades four and up or ages nine and up, fairy tale lovers of all ages should pick up a copy.” – Green Man Review

“…very enjoyable” – Booklist

“…highly readable and thought-provoking…A solid choice, particularly where sophisticated fractured fairy tales are popular.” – School Library Journal

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New Release – Inferno: New Tales of Terror and the Supernatural

Posted by Dark Whisperer on April 14, 2009

inferno-coverInferno: New Tales of Terror and the Supernatural

Editor: Ellen Datlow

Publisher: Tor Books

Release Date: March 31st, 2009 (Reissue)

ISBN-10: 0765315599
ISBN-13: 978-0765315595

Editor Website

A state-of-the-art non-themed anthology of 20 new stories by some of horror fiction’s best and brightest. Winner of the International Horror Guild Award, the Shirley Jackson Award, and the World Fantasy Award for Best Anthology.

Table of Contents:

The Forest | Laird Barron
Misadventure | Stephen Gallagher
The Monsters of Heaven | Nathan Ballingrud
Inelastic Collisions | Elizabeth Bear
The Uninvited | Christopher Fowler
13 O’clock | Mike O’Driscoll
Lives | John Grant
Ghorla | Mark Samuels
Riding Bitch | K.W. Jeter
Face | Joyce Carol Oates
An Apiary of White Bees | Lee Thomas
The Keeper | P. D. Cacek
Bethany’s Wood | Paul Finch
The Ease with Which We Freed the Beast | Lucius Shepard
Hushabye | Simon Bestwick
Perhaps the Last | Conrad Williams
Stilled Life | Pat Cadigan
The Janus Tree | Glen Hirshberg
The Bedroom Light | Jeffrey Ford
The Suits at Auderlene | Terry Dowling

Whispers about Inferno: New Tales of Terror and the Supernatural

“Ellen Datlow is the queen of anthology editors in America. Inferno isn’t just good, it’s astonishingly good.” – Peter Straub, author of Ghost Story and Shadowland

“Datlow makes a solid claim to being the premiere horror editor of her generation…If this book can be taken as a gauge of the vitality of imagination in contemporary horror fiction, then the genre is very healthy indeed.” – Publisher’s Weekly (starred review)

“This book serves up excellent, high-quality creep. That’s something anyone can sink their teeth into. Bon appétit!” – Green Man Review

“This is the real deal, folks. Read it and freak!” – Tomb of Dark Delights

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