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About Gordon B. White
Gordon B. White is a Shirley Jackson Award nominated writer of horror and weird fiction. He is the author of the collection As Summer’s Mask Slips and Other Disruptions (2020), and the novellas Rookfield (2021) and And In Her Smile, the World (with Rebecca J. Allred, 2022). A graduate of the Clarion West Writing Workshop, Gordon’s stories have appeared in dozens of venues, including The Best Horror of the Year Vol. 12 and the Bram Stoker Award® winning anthology Borderlands 6. He also contributes reviews and interviews to various outlets, including Nightmare Magazine. You can find him online at www.gordonbwhite.com or on Twitter @GordonBWhite.
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These are just a few of the fifteen stories contained in As Summer's Mask Slips, and Other Disruptions, Gordon B. White's debut collection of horror and Weird fiction.
"A very promising anthology." —Ellen Datlow, Best Horror of the Year
"An annual highlight of the genre." —Anthony Watson, Dark Musings
"Weirdness with truth at its heart." —Des Lewis, Real-Time Reviews
We are not discrimination.
We are not hate.
We are not fear.
We are not oppression.
We Are Not This.
Table of Contents
TL;DR - by Michael G. Williams
Trapped - by Theresa Glover
The Slave Trader's Wedding - by AJ Hartley
In the Pasture - by David Childers
The Gem of Acitus - by Jay Requard
The Map of the Way - by Kay McSpadden
For Small Creatures Such as We - by Jennifer Julian
Behind the Canvas - by Caryn Sutorus
Hair Shirt Drag - by Gordon White
Another Way - by S.H. Roddey
Ebony - by Andrea Judy
A Rose, A Dragon - by T. Frock
One-Up-One-Down - by Jake Bible
Out of the Shadows - by Darin Kennedy
The Seventh Sunrise - by James P. McDonald
The Butcher's Witch - by Stuart Jaffe
Headstrong - by Nicole Givens Kurtz
Buttons - by Gail Z. Martin
A Dear, Lovely Thing - by Natania Barron
Scorpio Rising - by C.R.R. Lavene
The Color of Love - by Tamsin Silver
Our Lady of the Flowers Saved My Life - by Charlotte Henley Babb
Threshold Sanctuary - by Erin Penn
God Don't Like Ugly - by Tonia Brown
My Name - by Calandra Usher
The Soldier Who Swung at the End of a Thread - by M. David Blake
Inverted Perception - by Faith Naff
Missing Muse - by Melissa McArthur
Bog - by Trevor Curtis
Lovebite - by Jason Gilbert
The Dark Lady - by Lucy Blue
Rallying for Regular Lives - by Joanne Spataro
Proceeds from the sale of this anthology will go to support LGBTQ charities and non-profits in North Carolina.
This latest volume continues the tradition of publishing fiction that looks for weird tales that go beyond the familiar territory of most genres. If you are looking for storytelling with style and originality, this book is for you.
Stories included in this collection:
"Anton" - M. Louis Dixon
"Eye of the Beholder" - John McIlveen
"Those Rockports Won’t Get You to Heaven" - Jack Ketchum
"The Last Plague Doctor" - Rebecca J. Allred
"Sinkers" - Dan Waters
"Time is a Face on the Water" - Michael Bailey
"Summer Gullet" - John Boden
"Dead Letter Office" - Brian Knight & Trent Zelazny
"Cocoa" - Bob Pastorella
"The Dress" - Peter Salomon
"The Dishes Are Done" - Carol Pierson Holding
"Red Rabbit" - Steve Rasnic Tem
"Miracle Meadows" - Darren O. Godfrey
"Lockjaw" - David Annandale
"Window" - Anya Martin
"Shattered" - G. Daniel Gunn & Paul Tremblay
"Mise en Abyme" - Gordon White
"In God’s Own Image" - Sean M. Davis
"Special Delivery" - Tim Waggoner
"The Palace Garbage Man" - Bradley Michael Zerbe
"Consumers" - Gary A. Braunbeck
"The Architecture of Snow" - David Morrell
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