Tag Archives: Laird Barron
New Cthulhu 2: More Recent Weird
Another cracking read from Paula Guran and Prime Books! Collecting some outstanding reprints, this anthology is available for order here.
The Same Deep Waters As You • Brian Hodge
Mysterium Tremendum • Laird Barron
The Transition of Elizabeth Haskings • Caitlín R. Kiernan
Bloom • John
Singing Her Scars: Damien Angelica Walters
Damien Angelica Walters’ short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in various anthologies and magazines, including The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2015, Year’s Best Weird Fiction Volume One, Cassilda’s Song, Nightmare, Strange Horizons, and Apex. “The Floating Girls: A Documentary,”
Year’s Best Horror Volume 7
Full ToC reveal and final cover! Squeeeee!
“The Atlas of Hell” by Nathan Ballingrud (Fearful Symmetries, edited by Ellen Datlow, ChiZine Publications)
“Winter Children” by Angela Slatter (Postscripts #32/33 Far Voyager, edited by Nick Gevers, PS Publishing)
“A Dweller in Amenty” by Genevieve
The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror: 2015 Edition
Utterly delighted to have my fourth outing in Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, this time in the 2015 Edition (Prime Books) – and to share it with Lisa Hannett in her first appearance there makes it even more
The Best Horror of the Year Volume 7
The delightful Ellen Datlow has released the ToC for The Best Horror of the Year Volume 7, and I’m stoked to have a story in it. In fact, it’s a record year for new faces: Rio Youers, Keris McDonald, Rhoads Brazos, Kurt
As I finally finished my last edits to Vigil on Thursday night and sent the damned book off to an agent, I’m taking a well-earned rest. Obviously, my brain is totally empty.
So I am refilling it by binge reading. I just finished John Connolly’s
The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2014 edited by Paula Guran
Huzzah! My nasty story “Cuckoo” (originally published in A Killer Among Demons) has scored a berth with Paula Guran’s 2014 Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror.
The ToC is below, and is declared “awesome”!
“Postcards from Abroad,” Peter Atkins (Rolling
At the top of the TBR pile …
… is this shiny new anthology, A Season in Carcosa, edited by Joe S. Pulver.
Published by Miskatonic University Press, it contains stories by such leading lights as Allyson Bird, Cate Gardner, Gary McMahon, Simon Stranzas, Laird Barron, Michael Kelly …
Just saw the galleys for The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2011, edited by Paula Guran and I couldn’t help but give a squeeeeee of excitement. Why, yes, it did scare some (okay, all) of my colleagues.
But it looks so awesome and I read over the beginnings of a few of the stories – Norman Partridge’s Lesser Demons OMG,