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Posts Tagged ‘Trisha Telep’

Trisha Telep – Corsets And Clockwork

Posted by demonik on May 14, 2011

Trisha Telep  (ed.) – Corsets And Clockwork  (Robinson, May 2011)


Trisha Telep – Introduction

Lesley Livingston – Rude Mechanicals
Frewin Jones – The Cannibal Fiend or Rotherhithe
Ann Aguirre – Wild Magic
Michael Scott – Deadwood
Dru Pagliassoti – Code of Blood
Adrienne Kress – The Clockwork Corset
Jaclyn Dolamore – The Airship Gemini
Maria V. Snyder – Under Amber Skies
Tessa Gratton – King of the Greenlight City
Tiffany Trent – The Emperor’s Man
Dia Reeves – Chickie Hill’s Badass Ride
Caitlin Kittredge – The Vast Machinery
Kiersten White – Tick, Tick Boom

About the book

A stunning anthology of the very best of steampunk that is taking teen fiction by storm.

Bestselling romance editor Trisha Telep brings an exciting new element to the fast-growing sub-genre of steampunk, which bends and blends the old and the new in increasingly popular dark urban fantasies. Young heroes and heroines battle evil, in various forms with the help of super-technological or supernatural powers, while falling in and out of love.

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Trisha Telep – Love Bites: Vampire Romance 2

Posted by demonik on October 11, 2009

Trisha Telep (ed.) – Love Bites: The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance 2 (Robinson, 2009)


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Cover design: JoeRoberts.co.uk

Jordan Summers – Paris After Dark
Deborah Cooke – Coven Of Mercy
Karen MacInerney – Cirque De La Nuit
Caitlin Kittredge – Perdition
Dina James – Deliver Us From Evil
Camille Bacon-Smith – Blood And Thyme
Rosemary Laurey – Into The Mists Forever
Patti O’Shea – Blood Feud
Angie Fox – Love Bites
Caitlin Kiernan – Flotsam
Jamie Leigh Hansen – The Murder King’s Woman
Carole Nelson Douglas Butterfly Kisses
Diane Whiteside – Crimson Kisses
Jaye Wells – Vampsploitation
Stacia Kane – Trust Me
Jennifer Ashley – The Scotsman And The Vamp
Justine Musk – I Need More You
Jennifer St. Giles – Point Of No Return
Dawn Cook [Kim Harrison] – With Friends Like These
Nancy Holder – Blood Gothic
Larissa Ione – Eternity Embraced
Jeanne Stein – The Ghost Of Leadville
Tiffany Trent – The Vampire, The Witch, And The Yenko
Ann Aguirre – Circle Unbroken
Devon Monk – Skein Of Sunlight

Blurb:
A wonderful variety of compellingly original vampire stories, many of them wholly unexpected, from award-winning, New York Times bestselling authors. There are typical vampires who would be right at home in a horror story or a gothic romance; historical vampires; 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 stand-alone stories relating to existing series and characters of contributing authors, or stories which develop more fully characters who have only walk-on parts in those authors’ longer fiction. Includes writing by big-name authors such as Jennifer Ashley, Kim Harrison writing as Dawn Cook, Caitlin Kittredge, Diane Whiteside and Eileen Wilks.

Much better cover! i’m almost certain it’s a Joe Roberts job – Mammoth Book Of Vampire Romance certainly was and he’s been responsible for many of the best Robinsons in recent years. Nancy Holder’s Blood Gothic first appeared in Stephen Jones’ Mammoth Book Of Vampires (Robinson, 1992) via Charles L. Grant’s Shadows 8.

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Trisha Telep – Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance

Posted by demonik on October 10, 2009

“Boo hoo, it’s killing Dark Fantasy!” – BFS poster
“Sure hope so” – demonik, vault.

Trisha Telep (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance (Robinson, 2009)

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24 new short stories from the hottest names
Fall in love with someone out of this world.

The Temptation of Robin Green – Carrie Vaughn
Succubus Seduction – Cheyenne McCray
Paranormal Romance Blues – Kelley Armstrong
John Doe – Anna Windsor
Taking Hold – Anya Bast
How to Date a Super Hero – Jean Johnson
Daniel – C.T Adams & Cathy Clamp
Light Through Fog – Holly Lisle
The Tuesday Encounters – Mary Jo Putney
Trinity Blue – Eve Silver
The Grace of Small Magics – Ilona Andrews
Once a Demon – Dina James
Night Vision – Maria V. Snyder
Pele’s Tears’ – Catherine Mulvany
Pack – Jeaniene Frost
When Gargoyles Fly – Lori Devoti
The Lighthouse Keeper and His Wife – Sara Mackensie
Blood Song – Lynda Hilburn
The Princess and the Peas – Alyssa Day
At Second Bite – Michelle Rowen
Blue Crush – Rachel Caine
The Wager – Sherrilyn Kenyon
In Sheep’s Clothing – Meljean Brook
The Dream Catcher – Allyson James

Press release blurb:

If love transcends all boundaries then paranormal romance is its logical conclusion. From the biggest names around, here are 24 tales to take you to another time and place.

Let Alyssa Day, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Cheyenne McCray, Jeaniene Frost, Ilona Andrews, Kelley Armstrong, Maria V. Snyder, Carrie Vaughn, Allyson James Marland and others show you powers beyond your wildest imaginings.

Within these pages mythical beasts, magical creatures of all shapes and sizes, heart-stoppingly handsome ghosts, angels, and mortals with extra-sensitive sensory perception play out the themes of extraordinary desires.

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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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Trisha Telep – Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance

Posted by demonik on October 9, 2008

Trisha Telep (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance (Constable & Robinson, July 2008)


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Sherri Erwin – Fade To Black
Caitlin R. Kiernan – Ode To Edvard Munch
Jenna Black – Fangs For Hire
Jenna Maclaine – The Righteous
Raven Hart – Knowledge Of Evil
Delia Devlin – Viper’s Bite
Keri Arthur – Dreams
Kimberley Raye – Love Bites
Alexis Morgan – What’s At Stake
Lilith Saintcrow – Coming Home
C.T Adams & Cathy Clamp – To Ease The Rage
Susan Sizemore – Dancing With The Star
Dina James – Play Dead
Colleen Gleason – In Which A Masquerade Ball Unmasks An Undead
Barbara Emrys – A Temporary Vampire
Savannah Russe – Overbite
Shiloh Walker – Hunter’s Choice
Vicki Pettersson – Remember The Blood
Rebecca York – The Sacrifice
Rachel Vincent – The Midday Mangler Meets His Match
Amanda Ashley – The Music Of The Night
Karen Chance – The Day Of The Dead
Nancy Holder – Vampire Unchained
Lilith Saintcrow – A Stand-Up Dame
Caitlin R. Kiernan – Untitled 12

Author Biographies

Blurb:

Twenty-five new short stories of hot blood, midnight pleasures and inhuman passion. Paranormal romance is currently the fastest-growing new fiction genre – vampire romance is its most popular form. Top names include Caitlin R. Kiernan, Lilith Saintcrow, Karen Chance, and Keri Arthur.

The specially commissioned stories include: Susan Sizemore’s Dancing With The Star: An LA vampire meets the (dying) movie star of her dreams.
CT Adams and Cathy Clamp’s To Ease the Rage: Even vampires need a police force.
Amanda Ashley’s The Music of the Night: The Phantom of the Opera‘s biggest fan gets up close and personal

The Book
from the biggest names in vampire romance, here are 25 new tales of a hunger like no other. Paranormal romance s now a supernatural force to be reckoned with. Although packed with a menagerie of werewolves, shape-shifters, and assorted demons, its undisputed king is none other than our favourite bloodsucker – the vampire.

Let Karen Chance, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Lilith Saintcrow, Keri Arthur, Kimberley Raye, Vicki Pettersson and others take you hot-blooded on the trail of the sexiest creatures of the night. Witness the bewildering array of complex vampire codes of conduct, dark ritual and dating practices as they seduce the locals and engage in the most sensual encounters you will sink your teeth into this some of the grave.

The Editor
Trisha Telep manages the romance section of the world-famous Murder One bookshop in London, which specializes in American imports. She is co-author of The Mammoth Book of the Kama Sutra.

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forthcoming publications from Constable-Robinson

Posted by demonik on June 18, 2008

Exciting forcoming publications from Constable-Robinson include a posthumous Peter Haining collection on …. what else? True Hauntings!

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Trisha Telep (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance (July, 2008)

Paranormal romance is a supernatural force to be reckoned with. Although packed with a menagerie of werewolves, shapeshifters and assorted demons, its undisputed king is none other than our favourite centuries-old bloodsucker – the vampire.

We’re now living in a post-Buffy world of dark urban fantasy à la Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake, Sherrilyn Kenyon’s irresistible Dark Hunters and the blood-lusting soul mates of Christine Feehan.

But it doesn’t stop there. This Mammoth collection opens a vein to reveal the mind-boggling scope of the supercharged phenomenon created when vampires met romance.

Let the biggest and brightest names in the paranormal romance business take you hot on the haemoglobin trail of the sexiest creatures of the night. Witness the bewildering array of complex vampire codes of conduct, dark ritual and dating practices, as they chat up the locals and engage in the most erotic encounters you will sink your teeth into this side of un-Death. These ain’t your mother’s vampires!.

Peter Haining (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of True Hauntings (October, 2008)

This giant collection includes a huge range of 20th-century first-hand accounts of hauntings, such as the American troops who repeatedly saw the ghosts of a dead platoon of men while on patrol in Vietnam; and the witnessed haunting of a house near Tintagel in Cornwall that led actress Kate Winslet to pull out of buying the property.

It covers the full spectrum of credible hauntings, from poltergeists (the noisy, dangerous and frightening spirits that are usually associated with pubescent girls, like the Bell Witch), to phantoms (like the Afrits of Saudi Arabia) and seduction spirits (such as the Lorelei, which have lured German men to death).

Also included are the notes of the most famous ghost hunters of the twentieth century such as Hans Holzer, Susy Smith (USA); Harry Price, Jenny Randles (UK); Joyce Zwarycz (Australia), Eric Rosenthal (South Africa), and Hwee Tan (Japan).

Plus essays by such names as Robert Graves, Edgar Cayce, and M. R. James outlining their own – often extraordinary – conclusions as to just what ghosts might be; along with a full bibliography and list of useful resources.

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David Kendall (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Zombie Comics (October, 2008)

You can’t keep a good (or bad) corpse down, and they rise up in spectacular form in this new collection.

The mindless, shambling zombies of yesteryear are rapidly being replaced by sprinters and runners with an insatiable appetite for human flesh. These days zombies are the rock and roll of horror monsters.

Presenting a mix of voodoo victims, creepy somnambulists, and flesh eating, rock n roll deadheads, The Mammoth Book of Zombie Comics brings you the best the graveyard can give. From film sources and literary sources to some very strange sources, here over 20 of the best zombie comics ever produced.

They include the first Vince Locke Deadworld comic, Scott Hampton’s awesome adaptation of RE Howard’s Pigeons From Hell, plus stories from Steve Niles, Darko Macan, and many, many more.

If it’s dead, moving and hungry, you’ll find it here!

Currently Available


Jon Lewis – The Mammoth Book of Boys Own Stuff
Maxim Jakubowski – The Mammoth Book of Jack the Ripper
Peter Normanton – The Mammoth Book of Best Horror Comics
Peter Haining – The Mammoth Book of Modern Ghost Stories
Peter Haining – The Mammoth Book of True Hauntings
Peter Haining – The Mammoth Book of Haunted House Stories
Arthur Veno – The Mammoth Book of Bikers
Stephen Jones – The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 18
Stephen Jones – The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 17
Stephen Jones – The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 16
Stephen Jones – The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 15
Stephen Jones – The Mammoth Book of Monsters

How to spot a Robinson’s Mammoth

1. It will have the word ‘Mammoth’ included in the title.

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2. There will be a ‘Robinsons’ logo on the spine (see Fig. A).

A randomly selected ‘Mammoth’ cover to further assist you in identifying one.

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Thanks to Sam at Constable-Robinson!

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Telep – Wolfe

Posted by demonik on September 1, 2007

Trisha Telep

Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance
Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance
Love Bites: Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance 2

Christine Campbell Thompson

Not At Night
More Not At Night
You’ll Need A Night Light
Gruesome Cargoes
By Daylight Only
Switch On The Light
At Dead Of Night
Grim Death
Keep On The Light
Terror By Night
Nightmare By Daylight
Not At Night Omnibus

Arrow paperbacks

Not At Night
More Not At Night
Still Not At Night

H. Douglas Thomson

The Great Book Of Thrillers

Rosemary Timperley

The Fifth Ghost Book
The Sixth Ghost Book
The Seventh Ghost Book
The Eighth Ghost Book
The Ninth Ghost Book

James Turner

Fourth Ghost Book
The Unlikely Ghosts

Peter Underwood

Thirteen Famous Ghost Stories

Mark Valentine

The Black Veil
The Werewolf Pack

Herbert Van Thal

1st Pan Book Of Horror Stories
2nd Pan Book Of Horror Stories
3rd Pan Book Of Horror Stories
4th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
5th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
6th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
7th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
8th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
9th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
10th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
11th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
12th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
13th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
14th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
15th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
16th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
17th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
18th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
19th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
20th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
21st Pan Book Of Horror Stories
22nd Pan Book Of Horror Stories
23rd Pan Book Of Horror Stories
24th Pan Book Of Horror Stories
25th Pan Book Of Horror Stories

Bedside Book Of Horror
Bedside Book Of Strange Stories
2nd Bedside Book Of Strange Stories
Book Of Strange Stories
Famous Tales Of The Fantastic
Great Ghost Stories
Lie Ten Nights Awake
Striking Terror
Told In The Dark

Jacquelyn Visick

London Tales Of Terror

Ornella Volta & Valeria Riva

The Vampire: Presented By Roger Vadim

Hugh Walpole

A Second Century Of Creepy Stories

Dennis Wheatley

A Century Of Horror
Quiver Of Horror
Satanism And Witches
Shafts Of Fear
Uncanny Tales
Uncanny Tales 2
Uncanny Tales 3

Herbert A. Wise & Phyllis Fraser

Great Tales Of Terror & The Supernatural

Sebastian Wolfe

The Little Book Of Horrors

Christopher Wood

1st BHF Book Of Horror Stories
2nd BHF Book Of Horror Stories

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