She Said Destroy

She Said Destroy

by Nadia Bulkin
She Said Destroy

She Said Destroy

by Nadia Bulkin


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A dictator craves love--and horrifying sacrifice--from his subjects; a mother raised in a decaying warren fights to reclaim her stolen daughter; a ghost haunts a luxury hotel in a bloodstained land; a new babysitter uncovers a family curse; a final girl confronts a broken-winged monster... Word Horde presents the debut collection from critically-acclaimed Weird Fiction author Nadia Bulkin. Dreamlike, poignant, and unabashedly socio-political, She Said Destroy includes three stories nominated for the Shirley Jackson Award, four included in Year’s Best anthologies, and one original tale, with an Introduction by Paul Tremblay.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781939905338
Publisher: Word Horde
Publication date: 08/20/2017
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Nadia Bulkin writes scary stories about the scary world we live in, three of which have been nominated for a Shirley Jackson Award. Her stories have been included in volumes of The Year's Best Horror (Datlow), The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror (Guran) and The Year's Best Weird Fiction; in venues such as Nightmare, Fantasy, The Dark, and ChiZine; and in anthologies such as She Walks in Shadows (winner of the World Fantasy Award) and Aickman's Heirs (winner of the Shirley Jackson Award). She spent her childhood in Indonesia with a Javanese father and an American mother, then relocated to Nebraska. She now has a B.A. in political science, an M.A. in international affairs, and lives in Washington, D.C.

Table of Contents

Introduction by Paul Tremblay

Intertropical Convergence Zone

The Five Stages of Grief

And When She Was Bad

Only Unity Saves the Damned


Red Goat, Black Goat

Seven Minutes in Heaven

Girl, I Love You

Endless Life

Violet is the Color of Your Energy

Truth is Order and Order is Truth

Absolute Zero

No Gods, No Masters

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