The Gothic is the most enduring literary tradition in history, but in recent years friendly ghosts and vegetarian vampires threaten its foundations. The New Gothic is a collection of short stories which revisits the core archetypes of the Gothic—the meandering, secret-filled building; the stranger seeking answers; the black-hearted tyrant—and reminds us not to embrace but to fear the darkness. A dozen tales of terror fill this anthology, including work by Jesse Bullington, SJ Chambers, Richard Dansky, and an original, never-before-seen story from the godfather of modern horror, Ramsey Campbell, among many more.
|Publisher:||Stone Skin Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
Beth K. Lewis is a talented editor and writer with extensive experience of the genre and multiple roles in the publishing industry.