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Searchers after horror : new tales of the weird and fantastic

Format: Print Book 2014
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Penn Hills Library Fiction SEA
Location  Penn Hills Library
Collection  Fiction
Call Number  SEA
A collection of weird and fantastic fiction edited by S.T. Joshi.
Iced in / Melanie Tem
At home with Azathoth / John Shirley
The girl between the slats / Michael Aronovitz
The patter of tiny feet / Richard Gavin
At Lorn Hall / Ramsey Campbell
Blind fish / Caitlin R. Kiernan
An element of nightmare / W.H. Pugmire
The reeds / Gary Fry
Crawldaddies / Steve Rasnic Tem
Three dreams of ys / Jonathan Thomas
Willie the protector / Lois H. Gresh
Miranda's tree / Hannes Bok
The beautiful fog ascending / Simon Strantzas
Exit through the gift shop / Nick Mamatas
Going to ground / Darrell Schweitzer
Dark equinox / Ann K. Schwader
Et in Arcadia ego / Brian Stableford
The shadow of heaven / Jason V Brock
Flesh and bones / Nancy Kilpatrick
The sculptures in the house / John D. Haefele
Ice fishing / Donald Tyson.

Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "Melanie Tem's opening story "Iced In," a reminder that supernatural threats are no match for the horrors we inflict upon ourselves, sets the tone for this almost unanimously excellent anthology. Noteworthy even in such strong company, Ramsey Campbell provides the chilling "At Lorn Hall," a ghost story worthy of M.R. James, and Caitlin R. Kiernan's "Blind Fish" distills all the best elements of her writing into a heart-stopping few pages. Story folds into story in Michael Aronovitz's "The Girl Between the Slats," with no reassurance to be found in the unnerving conclusion. The only dud is Richard Gavin's "The Patter of Tiny Feet," a reasonable effort that pales in comparison to Gary Fry's "The Reeds," which covers similar ground but with far more terrifying effect. This collection is an essential primer for anyone new to the genre, and a must-read for horror fans. (June) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved."
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Additional Information
Subjects Horror fiction.
Short stories.
Publisher Nampa, Idaho :2014
Edition 1st ed.
Contributors Joshi, S. T., 1958- editor.
Language English
Description v, 352 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
ISBN 9781878252265
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