The multiple Bram Stoker Award® nominated Horror Library anthology series is back!
Shepherded by new editor Eric J. Guignard -- himself a past Stoker winner -- Horror Library Volume 6 is imbued with a new level of literary energy and purpose. It features 27 brand new horror short stories, written by 27 different authors, including well-known pros and up-and-coming new talents.
As always, if you'd like a snapshot of where modern literary horror fiction is headed, you've found the right book.
Don't miss Horror Library Volume 6! The Librarian wants to see YOU.
|Publisher:||Cutting Block Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.79(d)|
About the Author
Garrett Quinn - I've Finally Found You
Jackson Kuhl - Cartagena Hotel
Stephanie Bedwell-Grime - The Exterminators
Connor de Bruler - Il Mostro
Tom Johnstone - Oldstone Gardens
Bentley Little - The Plumber
Kathryn E. McGee - The Creek Keepers' Lodge
Josh Rountree - Snowfather
Jeffrey Ford - Five Pointed Spell
John M. Floyd - The Red-Eye to Boston
Raymond Little - Elsa and I
Rebecca J. Allred - Mother's Mouth, Full of Dirt
Darren O. Godfrey - D.U.I.
Sean Eads - Predestination's a Bitch
David Tallerman - Casualty of Peace
Marc E. Fitch - The Starry Crown
Vitor Abdala - Instant Messaging
JG Faherty - The H Train
Dean H. Wild - The Gaff
Jayani C. Senanayake - Kalu Kumaraya (My Dark Prince)
Lucas Pederson - We Were Monsters
C. Michael Cook - The Night Crier
Thomas P. Balázs - Waiting for Mrs. Hemley
Jay Caselberg - The Ride
Ahna Wayne Aposhian - Old Hag
Edward M. Erdelac - Hear the Eagle Scream
Carole Johnstone - Better You Believe
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Wonderful anthology. Horror stories that are literary, smart, dark, but not gruesome or reliant of "shock value. Eric J. Guignard is a top editor. Great assemblage of stories, and recommended
Highest praise for this methodically brilliant anthology of wide reaching stories. Another excellent project put together by Eric J. Guignard. Bentley Little and John M. Floyd are two of my favorite horror and mystery authors. Read and loved new authors as well here, “Better You Believe” by Carole Johnstone was unbelievably good. Jackson Kuhl’s “Cartagena Hotel” a sweet, weird western. Tom Johnstone and Kathryn E. McGee with solid pieces. David Tallerman’s “Casualty of Piece” heartrending anti-war piece. 5 stars.