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Our copy comes with a Signed Book plate by F. Paul Wilson and Artist Alan Clark. Taverns are timeless places, as familiar and welcome as the spirits that rest themselves atop the ... bar. Through the ages, in times of war, of famine, of love and death, they have stood in silence, radiating the promise of a soporific sojourn from the horrors and the worries of the outside world. We are drawn to them by this promise, by the notion that we may be protected and comforted by the light, the animated chatter and the warmth inside those smeared glasses. When we go there, it is with no fear at all. But taverns can be deadly places, where ghosts walk, the shadows talk and not everyone is your friend. With Taverns of the Dead, editor Kealan Patrick Burke has reserved a table and gathered together some of the finest writers in modern horror and dark fantasy to share their most terrifying bar stories with you, the unsuspecting patron. Pull up a chair and prepare to be regaled by tales of monsters, madness, ghosts and gore, in a place we know all too well... Featuring stories by: Peter Straub, David Morrell, Ramsey Campbell, Neil Gaiman, Charles L. Grant, Jack Cady, Tim Lebbon, Steve Rasnic Tem, Chet Williamson, Thomas F. Monteleone, Charles de Lint, P.D. Cacek, Melanie Tem, Thomas Ligotti, Norman Partridge, Gary A. Braunbeck, Peter Crowther, Roberta Lannes, Christopher Fowler, Yvonne Navarro, C. Bruce Hunter, Chaz Brenchley, Tom Piccirilli, Jeff VanderMeer, Edward Lee, Nicholas Royle, and Terry Lamsley. With an introduction by F. Paul Wilson and a foreword by Kealan Patrick Burke. 423 pp. (3) All items are packed very well for delivery. Read more Show Less

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In acid-free book cover and the whole set has been sealed upon publication for complete protection. OVERVIEW: Signed Limited edition in slipcase. Signed by all 44 living ... contributors. Taverns are timeless places, as familiar and welcome as the spirits that rest themselves atop the bar. Through the ages, in times of war, of famine, of love and death, they have stood in silence, radiating the promise of a soporific sojourn from the horrors and the worries of the outside world. We are drawn to them by this promise, by the notion that we may be protected and comforted by the light, the animated chatter and the warmth inside those smeared glasses. When we go there, it is with no fear at all. But taverns can be deadly places, where ghosts walk, the shadows talk and not everyone is your friend. With Taverns of the Dead, editor Kealan Patrick Burke has reserved a table and gathered together some of the finest writers in modern horror and dark fantasy to share their most terrifying bar stories with you, the unsuspecting patron. Pull up a chair and prepare to be regaled by tales of monsters, madness, ghosts and gore, in a place we know all too well... Featuring stories by: Peter Straub, David Morrell, Ramsey Campbell, Neil Gaiman, Charles L. Grant, Jack Cady, Tim Lebbon, Steve Rasnic Tem, Chet Williamson, Thomas F. Monteleone, Charles de Lint, P.D. Cacek, Melanie Tem, Thomas Ligotti, Norman Partridge, Gary A. Braunbeck, Peter Crowther, Roberta Lannes, Christopher Fowler, Yvonne Navarro, C. Bruce Hunter, Chaz Brenchley, Tom Piccirilli, Jeff VanderMeer, Edward Lee, Nicholas Royle, and Terry Lamsley. With an introduction by F. Paul Wilson and a foreword by Kealan Patrick Burke. All items are packed very well for delivery. Read more Show Less

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  • ISBN-13: 9781587670824
  • Publisher: Cemetery Dance Publications
  • Publication date: 11/28/2004
  • Pages: 430
  • Product dimensions: 75.00 (w) x 10.25 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fantastic anthology

    This is a fantastic anthology consisting of seventeen new entries (at the time of publication that is), seven from previous works in the 1990s and two from other collections in this decade. The contributors are a Hall of fame group to include Williamson, Gaiman, Grant and de Lint, etc. Each tale is fun with some so superb, readers will want to return to the bar scene for another round or two. The compilation runs the gamut from dark suspense to fantasy to horror with the audience raising an elbow to toast each entry. Fans who appreciate sharing drinks with the demised and some weird supernatural fantasy essences will want to stop at TAVERNS OF THE DEAD for a terrific night chaser. --- Harriet Klausner

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