The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2017 Edition

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Prime Books #ad - The supernatural, the surreal, and the all-too real. Encounter the eclectic terrors of today, frightening glimpses of bleak futures, and alarming considerations of the past. Such stories have always fascinated and modern authors are carrying on the disquieting traditions of the past while inventing imaginative new ways to unsettle.

. Tales of the dark. Chosen from a wide variety of venues, dreadful new legends, the stories for this seventh volume of the series include sinister fairy tales, and spooky tales sure to spur the shivers. Welcome to the best of dark fantasy and horror.

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The Best Horror of the Year Volume Nine

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Night Shade Books #ad - Night shade books is proud to present the ninth volume in this annual series, a new collection of stories to keep you up at night. The best horror of the Year showcases the previous year’s best offerings in short fiction horror. This edition includes award-winning and critically acclaimed authors Adam L.

Nevill, gemma files, peter Straub, Livia Llewellyn, Brian Hodge, and more. G. Table of contents: summation 2016 - ellen datlow nesters -- siobhan carroll the oestridae -- robert levy the process is a process all its own -- peter straub the bad hour -- Christopher Golden Red Rabbit -- Steve Rasnic Tem It's All the Same Road in the End -- Brian Hodge Fury -- DB Waters Grave Goods -- Gemma Files Between Dry Ribs -- Gregory Norman Bossert The Days of Our Lives -- Adam LG Nevill House of Wonders -- C.

E. For more than three decades, award-winning editor and anthologist Ellen Datlow has had her finger on the pulse of the latest and most terrifying in horror writing. Ward the numbers -- christopher burns bright crown of joy -- livia llewellyn the beautiful thing we will become -- kristi demeester wish you were here -- nadia Bulkin Ragman -- Rebecca Lloyd What’s Out There? -- Gary McMahon No Matter Which Way We Turned -- Brian Evenson The Castellmarch Man -- Ray Cluley The Ice Beneath Us -- Steve Duffy On These Blackened Shores of Time -- Brian Hodge Honorable Mentions.

The Best Horror of the Year Volume Nine #ad - An elderly man aggressively defends his private domain against all comers―including his daughter;a policeman investigates an impossible horror show of a crime; a father witnesses one of the worst things a parent can imagine; the abuse of one child fuels another’s yearning; an Iraqi war veteran seeks a fellow soldier in his hometown but finds more than she bargains for.

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The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2017 Edition The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy

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Prime Books #ad - Selecting the best fiction from asimov’s, and other top venues, Clarkesworld, F&SF, Bridging Infinity, Lightspeed, The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy is your guide to magical realms and worlds beyond tomorrow. This ninth volume of the year’s best science fiction and fantasy features thirty stories by some of the genre’s greatest authors, Seth Dickinson, Kameron Hurley, Steven Barnes, Rich Larson, including Charlie Jane Anders, Ian R.

Macleod, lavie tidhar, carrie vaughn, Paul McAuley, Genevieve Valentine, Adam Roberts, and many others.

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The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2018 Edition Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy

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Prime Books #ad - With selections of the best fiction from asimov's, clarkesworld, Lightspeed, and other top venues, F&SF, The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy is your guide to magical realms and worlds beyond tomorrow. This tenth volume of the year's best science fiction and fantasy features thirty stories by some of the genre's greatest authors.

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New horror stories by masters of the genre - New Fears

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Titan Books #ad - And in “speaking still” ramsey Campbell suggests that beyond death there may be far worse things waiting than we can ever imagine. In “the boggle hole” by Alison Littlewood an ancient folk tale leads to irrevocable loss. In josh malerman’s “the house of the Head” a dollhouse becomes the focus for an incident both violent and inexplicable.

. Fear comes in many formsthe horror genre’s greatest living practitioners drag our darkest fears kicking and screaming into the light in this collection of nineteen brand-new stories. Numinous, surreal and gut wrenching,  New Fears is a vibrant collection showcasing the very best fiction modern horror has to offer.

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The Best Horror of the Year Volume Ten

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Night Shade Books #ad - Miskowski dark warm heart―rich larson there and back again―carmen Maria Machado Shepherd’s Business―Stephen Gallagher You Can Stay All Day―Mira Grant Harvest Song, Gathering Song―A. C. Table of contents: introduction: summation 2017―ellen datlow better you believe―carole johnstone liquid air―inna Effress Holiday Romance―Mark Morris Furtherest―Kaaron Warren Where’s the Harm?―Rebecca Lloyd Whatever Comes After Calcutta―David Erik Nelson A Human Stain―Kelly Robson The Stories We Tell about Ghosts―A.

Wise the granfalloon―orrin grey Fail-Safe―Philip Fracassi The Starry Crown―Marc E. The best horror of the Year showcases the previous year’s best offerings in horror short fiction. P. For more than three decades, award-winning editor and anthologist Ellen Datlow has had her finger on the pulse of the latest and most terrifying in horror writing.

The Best Horror of the Year Volume Ten #ad - A group of mountain climbers, caught in the dark, fights to survive their descent; an american band finds more than they bargained for in Mexico while scouting remote locations for a photo shoot; A young student’s exploration into the origins of a mysterious song leads him on a winding, dangerous path through the US’s deep south; A group of kids scaring each other with ghost stories discovers alarming consequences.

Fitch eqalussuaq―tim major lost in the dark―John Langan Honorable Mentions About the Authors Acknowledgment of Copyright About the Editor. Wise endosketal―sarah read west of Matamoros, North of Hell―Brian Hodge Alligator Point―S. C.

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The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2016 Edition

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Prime Books #ad - Macabre meetings, the unexpected, the supernatural, and deadly relationships; uncanny encounters; a classic ghost story featuring an American god; a historical murderer revived in a frightening new iteration; innovative Lovecraftian turns; shadowy fairy tales and weird myths; strange children, sinister excursions, the surreal, and the all-too real .

. Prime Books. Such stories have always fascinated us, and modern authors carry on the disquieting traditions of the past while inventing imaginative new ways to unsettle us. This volume of 2015’s best dark fantasy and horror offers more than five hundred pages of tales from some of today’s finest writers of the fantastique―sure to delight as well as disturb.

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Year's Best Weird Fiction, Vol. 4

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Undertow Publications #ad - Malik, Sam J. Prime Books. No longer the purview of esoteric readers, weird fiction is enjoying wide popularity. Miller, irenosen okojie, Aki Schilz, Johanna Sinisalo, and Sarah Tolmie. The best weird stories of 2016 features work from dale bailey, Gary Budden, Indrapramit Das, Katie Knoll, Camilla Grudova, Daisy Johnson, Malcolm Devlin, Jeffrey Ford, Octavia Cade, Usman T.

Acclaimed editors helen marshall and Michael Kelly bring their editorial acumen to the fourth volume of the Year's Best Weird Fiction. At its best, weird fiction is an intersecting of themes and ideas that explore and subvert the Laws of Nature. It is not confined to one genre, but is the most diverse and welcoming of all genres.

Year's Best Weird Fiction, Vol. 4 #ad - Showcasing the finest weird fiction published 2016, volume 4 of the Year's Best Weird Fiction is our biggest and most ambitious volume to date. Chiefly derived from early 20th-century pulp fiction, the strange and macabre, myth, its remit includes ghost stories, philosophical ontology, ambiguity, fantasy, the supernatural, and a healthy helping of the outre.

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The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Fourth Annual Collection

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St. Martin's Griffin #ad - Griffin. With an extensive recommended reading guide and a summation of the year in science fiction, this annual compilation has become the definitive must-read anthology for all science fiction fans and readers interested in breaking into the genre. Now, in the year's best science fiction: Thirty-Fourth Annual Collection, the very best SF authors explore ideas of a new world.

In the new millennium, what secrets lay beyond the far reaches of the universe? What mysteries belie the truths we once held to be self evident? The world of science fiction has long been a porthole into the realities of tomorrow, blurring the line between life and art. This venerable collection brings together award-winning authors and masters of the field.

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Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of '70s and '80s Horror Fiction

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Quirk Books #ad - Also included are recommendations for which of these forgotten treasures are well worth your reading time and which should stay buried. Stine, plus many more who’ve faded into obscurity. L. Quirk. Griffin. Andrews and R. If you dare. Page through dozens and dozens of amazing book covers featuring well-dressed skeletons, and knife-wielding killer crabs! Read shocking plot summaries that invoke devil worship, satanic children, evil dolls, and haunted real estate! Horror author and vintage paperback book collector Grady Hendrix offers killer commentary and witty insight on these trashy thrillers that tried so hard to be the next Exorcist or Rosemary’s Baby.

An affectionate, nostalgic, and unflinchingly funny celebration of the horror fiction boom of the 1970s and ’80s   Take a tour through the horror paperback novels of two iconic decades. C. Prime Books. Complete with story summaries and artist and author profiles, this unforgettable volume dishes on familiar authors like V.

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The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2017 The Best American Series ®

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Mariner Books #ad - This volume showcases the nuanced, playful, ever-expanding definitions of the genre and celebrates its current renaissance. Washington post science fiction and fantasy can encompass so much, from far-future deep-space sagas to quiet contemporary tales to unreal kingdoms and beasts. Quirk. But what the best of these stories do is the same across the genres—they illuminate the whole gamut of the human experience, interrogating our hopes and our fears.

Prime Books. With a diverse selection of stories chosen by series editor john joseph adams and guest editor Charles Yu, meta, with Yu bringing his unique view—literary, The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2017 continues to explore the ever-expanding and changing world of SFF today, and adventurous—to the series’ third edition.

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