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Stephen Jones & David A. Sutton (eds) – Dark Voices 6: The Pan Book of Horror

Posted by demonik on January 24, 2014

Stephen Jones & David A. Sutton (eds) – Dark Voices 6: The Pan Book of Horror  (Pan, 1994)

 

 

darkvoices6

Louis Rey

Mark Timlin – What Are They Doing in the Hyacinth House?
Nicholas Royle – The Trees
David Case – The Cannibal Feast
Kathe Koja & Barry N. Malzberg – Modern Romance
Tom Cullen – The Longest Kiss
Sherry Coldsmith – The Accomplice
John Brunner – Written Backwards
Hugh B. Cave – Just Another H.P.L. Horror Story
Peter Valentine Timlett – Flies
J. L. Comeau – Siren
Geoff Smith – The Punch-Line
Norman Partridge – Spyder
W. Elizabeth Turner – Golgotha
C. Bruce Hunter – The Travelling Salesman Scores Again
Daniel Fox – Where It Roots, How It Fruits
Nancy Holder – As Green as Hope Itself
Michael Marshall Smith – The Fracture
Lisa Morton – Sane Reaction
Kim Newman – Where the Bodies Are Buried II: Sequel Hook

Blurb:
THE WORLD FANTASY AWARD AND BRITISH FANTASY AWARD NOMINATED SERIES

THE PAN BOOK OF HORROR presents TODAY’s Masters Of Terror

For 35 years THE PAN BOOK OF HORROR has turned the blood in your veins to red ice. In this latest chilling collection, horror’s masters of menace and the talents of tomorrow gather together to bring you face-to-face with your worst nightmares …
MULTIPLE PERSONALTIES … MYTHIC TERRORS MEXICAN GHOSTS … MAN-EATING PLANTS…MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS … METAMORPHOSIS… MURDER…. MANIACS …. MAGGOTS and much more

In DARK VOICES 6 the reign of terror continues.

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Justin Marriott – Paperback Fanatic #19

Posted by demonik on June 28, 2011

OUT NOW!

Justin Marriott (ed.) – Paperback Fanatic #19 (June, 2011)

Fanatical Thoughts
Fanatical Mail
The Forgotteen Man: BILL PRONZINI on obscure crime authorr JAY FLYNN (includes Flynn bibliography by STEVE LEWIS).
McCurtin: DAVE WHITEHEAD on US Men’s adventure and western writer author PETER McCURTIN.
Here Be Daemons: JOHNNY MAINS interviews BASIL COPPER on matters horror fiction and Solar Pons.
…. And Now The Screaming Starts: JOHNNY MAINS interviews DAVID CASE on his horror and psuedonymous porno novels.
Ballad At Berkeley: GRAHAM ANDREW on J. G. BALLAD and surrealist painter RICHARD POWERS at Berkley Books.
Yesterday’s Lily: A tribute to the genius of legendary paperback cover artist JEFF JONES

order yours from fanatic hq before they sell out as usual!

see also the Paperback Fanatic #19 thread on the Vault forum

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Stephen Jones & David Sutton – Dark Terrors # 5

Posted by demonik on May 14, 2011

Stephen Jones & David Sutton (eds) – Dark Terrors # 5 (Gollancz, 2000)

Dark Terrors 5

Stephen Jones and David Sutton – Introduction

Christopher Fowler – At Home in the Pubs of Old London
Caitlín R. Kiernan – Valentia
Richard Christian Matheson – Barking Sands
Chaz Brenchley – Everything, in All the Wrong Order
James Van Pelt – Savannah is Six
Brian Hodge – Now Day Was Fled as the Worm Had Wished
David J. Schow – Why Rudy Can’t Read
Ramsey Campbell – No Story in It by
Graham Masterton – Witch-Compass
Nicholas Royle – The Proposal
C. Bruce Hunter – Changes
Tanith Lee – The Abortionist’s Horse (A Nightmare)
Michael Marshall Smith – The Handover
Roberta Lannes – Pearl
Eric Brown – Beauregard
Nancy Kilpatrick – Necromimicos
Joel Lane – The Bootleg Heart
Cherry Wilder – Saturday
Gregory Frost – The Girlfriends of Dorian Gray
Mary A. Turzillo – Bottle Babies
Kim Newman – Going to Series
Lisa Tuttle – Haunts
Dennis Etchison – My Present Wife
Melanie Tem – Alicia
Brian Stableford – The Haunted Bookshop
Mick Garris – Starfucker
Gwyneth Jones – Destroyer of Worlds
Peter Straub – The Geezers
William B. Trotter – Honeysuckle
Gahan Wilson – Final Departure
David Case – Pelican Cay

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Stephen Jones – Mammoth Book Of Wolf Men

Posted by demonik on September 4, 2009

Stephen Jones (ed.) – The Mammoth Book Of Wolf Men (Robinson/ Running Press, 2009:  Originally published as The Mammoth Book Of Werewolves, 1994)

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Cover:  Joe Roberts

Introduction: Even a Man Who is Pure in Heart – Stephen Jones

Clive Barker – Twilight at the Towers
Scott Bradfield – The Dream of the Wolf
Ramsey Campbell – Night Beat
Angus Campbell (R. Chetwynd-Hayes) -The Werewolf
Michael Marshall-Smith – Rain Falls
Stephen Laws – Guilty Party
Roberta Lannes – Essence of the Beast
Mark Morris – Immortal
Basil Copper – Cry Wolf
Graham Masterton – Rug
Justin Case (Hugh B. Cave) – The Whisperers
David Sutton – And I Shall Go in the Devil’s Name
Peter Tremayne – The Foxes of Fascoum
Karl Edward Wagner – One Paris Night
Brian Mooney – Soul of the Wolf
Gans T. Field (Manly Wade Wellman) – The Hairy Ones Shall Dance
Adrian Cole – Heart of the Beast
Les Daniels – Wereman (aka ‘By the Light of the Silvery Moon’)
Nicholas Royle – Anything But Your Kind
Dennis Etchison – The Nighthawk
David Case – The Cell
Suzy McKee Charnas – Boobs
Neil Gaiman – Only The End Of The World Again
Kim Newman – Out of the Night, When the Full Moon is Bright…

Jo Fletcher – Bright of Moon (verse)

See also Vault’s Mammoth Book Of The Werewolf/ Wolf Men combo thread.

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Robinson Mammoths: Coming soon

Posted by demonik on May 18, 2009

These most caught my eye amongst the forthcoming batch. Judging from the amount of hits it receives on WordPress, several people found The Mammoth Book of Werewolves difficult to get hold of so full marks to the team for commissioning what looks like a revamped version. Wolf Men is due for publication in November.

Memo to Robinsons: The Mammoth Book Of  Best New Horror has won the BFS award more recently than 2002. How about last year, when it narrowly triumphed over the mighty Black Book Of Horror?!!!

Stephen Jones (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Wolf Men (Robinsons, November 2009)


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Find the beast that lurks within, in these 23 tales of terror and transformation

  • Publication to coincide with release of the big-budget film of The Wolf Man (Universal’s classic monster revamped), starring Benito Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins.
  • From an award-winning anthologist – Stephen Jones’ The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror won the 2002 British Fantasy Award for Best Anthology He is also a winner of the World Fantasy Award and the International Horror Guild Award.

This is the ultimate werewolf anthology, with terrifying tales from classic pulp novellas like Manly Wade Wellman’s The Hairy Ones Shall Dance and The Whisperers by Hugh B. Cave, to modern masterpieces such as David Case’s The Cell, Clive Barker’s Twilight At The Towers and the award-winning Boobs by Suzy McKee Charnas. Also collected are memorable stories by contemporary masters Ramsey Campbell, Les Daniels, Stephen Laws, Scott Bradfield, Dennis Echison, Karl E. Wagner and many, many more.

Praise for The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror, also edited by Stephen Jones
‘The one essential collection people should be forced to read at gun point.’ – Time Out
‘Horror’s last maverick.’ – Christopher Fowler.

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The annual fright-fest. You already guessed the name contributors, but you may not have seen the cover..

Stephen Jones (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 20 (Robinsons, October 2009)


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Special 20th-anniversary edition of the world’s premier annual showcase of horror and dark fantasy fiction

  • The series has won the World Fantasy Award, British Fantasy Award and International Horror Guild Award
  • From the world’s most acclaimed horror anthologist
  • Anticipated annual event for horror fans, young and old – perfect for Halloween.

Here are the year’s darkest tales of terror, showcasing the most outstanding new short stories and novellas by contemporary masters of the macabre including Ramsey Campbell, Michael Bishop, Christopher Fowler, Tim Lebbon, Brian Lumlley, Ian R. MacLeod, Gary McMahon and Sarah Pinborough. Featuring the most comprehensive yearly overview of horror around the world, an impressively researched necrology and a lot of indispensible contact addresses for the dedicated horror fan and aspiring writer alike, this is required reading for every fan of macabre fiction.

Praise for The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror series:

‘The must-have annual anthology for horror fans.’ – Time Out
‘One of horror’s best.’ – Publisher’s Weekly
‘If you only buy one horror collection, make sure It’s this one” – Morpheus Tales.

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One for all you Paranormal Romance fans .

Trisha Telep (ed.) – Love Bites (Robinsons, August 2009)


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From the biggest names in vampire romance, 24 tales of titillating bloodlust

  • One of the fastest-growing genres in fiction
  • Top names include Jennifer Ashley, Dawn Cook, Caitlin Kittredge, Diane Whiteside and Eileen Wilks.
  • Compiled by an expert in the genre, a follow-up to The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance and The Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance.

This bloodthirsty new selection of vampire short stories — compellingly original, wholly unexpected, from award-winning New York Times bestselling authors — features the specialist skills of Jennifer Ashley, Dawn Cook, Caitlin Kittredge, Diane Whiteside, Eileen Wilks and many others. Within these pages you’ll encounter vampires who’d feel right at home in a horror story or gothic romance; historical vampires and contemporary, gritty, urban vampires; fang-in-cheek comedy, boy-meets-girl sweetheart stories (if a little bloodier!) and erotic tales of inhuman passions and midnight pleasures. Look out too for short stories based on existing, familiar series; fantasy that develops more fully those characters whom you’ve only met before in walk-on parts.

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Stephen Jones – Best New Horror 11

Posted by demonik on June 15, 2008

Stephen Jones (ed.) – Best New Horror 11 (Robinson, 2000)

Best New Horror 11

cover: Julek Heller

Stephen Jones – Introduction: Horror in 1999

Steve Rasnic Tem – Halloween Street
James Herbert – Others
T.E.D. Klein – Growing Things
David J. Schow – Unhasped
Gemma Files – The Emperor’s Old Bones
Ramsey Campbell – The Entertainment
Neil Gaiman – Harlequin Valentine
Terry Lamsley – The Stunted House
Kim Newman – Just Like Eddy
Caitlin R. Kiernan – The Long Hall on the Top Floor
Thomas Tessier – Lulu
Graham Masterton – The Ballyhooly Boy
Michael Marshall Smith – Welcome
Michael Marano – Burden
Paul J. McAuley – Naming the Dead
F. Paul Wilson – Aftershock
Gene Wolfe – A Fish Story
David Case – Jimmy
Tim Lebbon – White
Peter Straub – Pork Pie Hat
Steve Rasnic Tem – Tricks & Treats: One Night on Halloween Street

Stephen Jones & Kim Newman – Necrology: 1999

Thanks to Alan Frackelton for providing the contents and cover scan!

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Stephen Jones – Dark of the Night

Posted by demonik on June 12, 2008

Stephen Jones  – Dark of the Night: New Tales of Horror and the Supernatural (Pumpkin Books, 1997)

Dark Of Night

(cover: Randy Broecker ?)

Ramsey Campbell – Kill Me Hideously
Michael Marshall Smith – Victoria’s Secret
Richard Christian Matheson – Ywom…
Caitlin R. Kiernan – Two Worlds, and In Between
Stephen Baxter – Lines of Longitude
Roberta Lannes – Good Girl
Paul J. McAuley – The Quarry
Nicholas Royle – Futility Room
Stephen Laws – The Crawl
David Case – Reflection
Jay Russell – Waltz in Vienna
Kim Newman – The End of the Pier Show
Christopher Fowler – The Grand Finale Hotel
Douglas E. Winter – The Zombies of Madison County
Jo Fletcher – Dark of the Night (verse)

Thanks to Alan Frackelton for providing the contents and cover scan!

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Stephen Jones – Mammoth Book of Werewolves

Posted by demonik on September 18, 2007

Stephen Jones (ed) – The Mammoth Book of Werewolves (Robinson, 1994)

mammoth werewolf


Introduction: Even a Man Who is Pure in Heart – Stephen Jones

Clive Barker – Twilight at the Towers
Scott Bradfield – The Dream of the Wolf
Ramsey Campbell – Night Beat
Angus Campbell (R. Chetwynd-Hayes) -The Werewolf
Michael Marshall-Smith – Rain Falls
Stephen Laws – Guilty Party
Roberta Lannes – Essence of the Beast
Mark Morris – Immortal
Basil Copper – Cry Wolf
Graham Masterton – Rug
Justin Case (Hugh B. Cave) – The Whisperers
David Sutton – And I Shall Go in the Devil’s Name
Peter Tremayne – The Foxes of Fascoum
Karl Edward Wagner – One Paris Night
Brian Mooney – Soul of the Wolf
Gans T. Field (Manly Wade Wellman) – The Hairy Ones Shall Dance
Adrian Cole – Heart of the Beast
Les Daniels – Wereman (aka ‘By the Light of the Silvery Moon’)
Nicholas Royle – Anything But Your Kind
Dennis Etchison – The Nighthawk
David Case – The Cell
Suzy McKee Charnas – Boobs
Kim Newman – Out of the Night, When the Full Moon is Bright…

Jo Fletcher – Bright of Moon (verse)

Not got this one, but it looks fairly lively and I can certainly vouch for the excellence of “The Cell” and “Boobs”. The Wellman is an enjoyable pulp romp, almost as entertaining as it’s title, and “The Whisperers” is a good example of Hugh B. Cave’s work for “Spicy Mystery Stories.” Basil Copper’s story began life as a chapter in his “The Werewolf: In Legend, Fact And Art” and would’ve been ideal as a story in an Amicus anthology.

Thanks to Steve For the cover scan.

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