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Searchers After Horror: New Tales of the Weird and the…

Searchers After Horror: New Tales of the Weird and the Fantastic, edited by S.T. Joshi, Fedogan and Bremer Books, 2014. Illustrated by Rodger Gerberding, cover art by Richard Corben. Info: fedoganandbremer.com.

Searchers After Horror: New Tales of the Weird and the Fantastic, edited by S.T. Joshi, Fedogan and Bremer Books, 2014. Illustrated by Rodger Gerberding, cover art by Richard Corben. Info: fedoganandbremer.com.

“Arguably the worlds greatest scholar of the Weird Fiction genre, editor S.T. Joshi has selected 21 eerie tales around the theme of ‘the Weird Place.’ We believe that the Authors list speaks for itself. All but one presented here for the first time.”

Contents:
Introduction by S.T. Joshi
Iced In by Melanie Tem
At Home with Azathoth by John Shirley
The Girl Between the Slats by Michael Aronovitz
The Patter of Tiny Feet by Richard Gavin
At Lorn Hall by Ramsey Campbell
Blind Fish by Caitlín R. Kiernan
An Element of Nightmare by W.H. Pugmire
The Reeds by Gary Fry
Crawldaddies by Steve Rasnic Tem
Three Dreams of Ys by Jonathan Thomas
Willie the Protector by Lois H. Gresh
Miranda’s Tree by Hannes Bok
The Beautiful Fog Ascending by Simon Strantzas
Exit Through the Gift Shop by Nick Mamatas
Going to Ground by Darrell Schweitzer
Dark Equinox by Ann K. Schwader
Et in Arcadia Ego by Brian Stableford
The Shadow of Heaven by Jason V Brock
Flesh and Bones by Nancy Kilpatrick
The Sculptures in the House by John D. Haefele
Ice Fishing by Donald Tyson

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Marzo 11 2014

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