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About Lucy A. Snyder
Lucy A. Snyder is the five-time Bram Stoker Award-winning and Shirley Jackson Award-nominated author of 14 books:
* Sister, Maiden, Monster
* Halloween Season
* Exposed Nerves
* Garden of Eldritch Delights
* While the Black Stars Burn
* Shotgun Sorceress
* Switchblade Goddess
* Soft Apocalypses
* Orchid Carousals
* Sparks and Shadows
* Chimeric Machines
* Installing Linux on a Dead Badger
* Shooting Yourself in the Head For Fun and Profit: A Writer's Survival Guide
Her writing has been translated into French, Russian, Italian, Czech, and Japanese editions and has appeared in publications such as Apex Magazine, Nightmare Magazine, Pseudopod, Strange Horizons, Weird Tales, Steampunk World, and Best Horror of the Year, Vol. 5.
She has an MFA in creative writing from Goddard College and lives in Ohio. You can follow her on Twitter at @LucyASnyder.
You can learn more at her website: www.lucysnyder.com
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In #1 New York Times bestselling author Jim Butcher’s Cold Case, Molly Carpenter—Harry Dresden’s apprentice-turned-Winter Lady—must collect a tribute from a remote Fae colony and discovers that even if you’re a good girl, sometimes you have to be bad...
New York Times bestselling author Seanan McGuire’s Sleepover finds half-succubus Elsie Harrington kidnapped by a group of desperate teenage boys. Not for anything “weird.” They just need her to rescue a little girl from the boogeyman. No biggie.
In New York Times bestselling Kevin J. Anderson’s Eye of Newt, Zombie P.I. Dan Shamble’s latest client is a panicky lizard missing an eye who thinks someone wants him dead. But the truth is that someone only wants him for a very special dinner...
And New York Times bestselling author Rob Thurman’s infernally heroic Caliban Leandros takes a trip down memory lane as he deals wih some overdue—and nightmarish—vengeance involving some quite nasty Impossible Monsters.
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Resistance can be a small act of everyday defiance. And other times, resistance means massive movements that topple governments and become iconic historical moments. Either way, there is power in these acts, and the contributors in Do Not Go Quietly will harness that power to shake our readers to the core. We are subordinates to a power base that is actively working to solidify its grip on the world. Now is the time to stand up and raise your voice and tell the world that enough is enough!
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
John Hornor Jacobs - "Glossolalia"
A. Merc Rustad - "The Judith Plague"
Maurice Broaddus/Nayad Monroe - "What the Mountain Wants"
Karin Lowachee - "Sympathizer"
Brooke Bolander - "Kindle"
Cassandra Khaw - "What We Have Chosen to Love"
Fran Wilde - "The Society for the Reclamation of Words and Meaning"
Rich Larson - "Scurry"
Sarah Pinsker - "Everything Is Closed Today"
Sheree Renée Thomas - "Thirteen Year Long Song"
Dee Warrick - "Nobody Lives in the Swamp"
Russell Nichols - "Rage Against the Vending Machine"
Meg Elison - "Hey Alexa"
Marie Vibbert - "South of the Waffle House"
Veronica Brush - "Face"
Jo Miles - "Choose Your Truth"
Rachael K. Jones - "Oil Under Her Tongue"
Eugenia Triantafyllou - "April Teeth"
E. Catherine Tobler - "Kill the Darlings (Silicone Sister Remix)"
Shanna Germain - "Salted Bone and Silent Sea"
Annie Neugebauer - "To Write"
Jeremy Paden - "The Skeleton Archer Speaks"
Mary Soon Lee - "If the Fairy Godmother Comes"
Lucy A. Snyder - "Permian Basin Blues"
Christina Sng - "The Dolls"
Joshua Gage - "#greenlivesmatter"
Alethea Kontis - "Witch's Star"
Bianca Spriggs - "Plot Twist"
Cover art by Marcela Bolívar.
Includes 4 interior original black & white illustrations by the cover artist.
Multiple award-winning editor Ellen Datlow knows the darkest corners of fiction and poetry better than most. Once again, she has braved the haunted landscape of modern horror to seek out the most chilling new works by both legendary masters of the genre and fresh young talents. Here are twisted hungers and obsessions, human and otherwise, along with an unsettling variety of spine-tingling fears and fantasies. The cutting edge of horror has never cut deeper than in this comprehensive showcase of the very best the field has to offer. Enter at your own risk.
•The Shining Trapezohedron, by Robert M. Price
•A Noble Endeavor, by Lucy A. Snyder
•Ancient Astronauts, by Cynthia Ward
•The Thing in the Pond, by John R. Fultz
•Enter The Cobweb Queen, by Adrian Cole
•Tricks No Treats, by Paul Dale Anderson
•Ronnie and the River, by Christian Riley
•Cellar Dweller, by Franklyn Searight
•Yellow Labeled VHS Tape, by R.C. Mulhare
•Tuama, by L.F. Falconer
•Mercy Holds No Measure, by Kenneth Bykerk
•Treacherous Memory, by Glynn Owen Barrass
•The Hutchison Boy, by Darrell Schweitzer
•Dolmen of The Moon, by Deuce Richardson
•Lovecraftian Limerick, by Andrew J. Wilson
•A Wizard’s Daughter, by Ann K. Schwader
•The Shadow of Azathoth is your Galaxy, by DB Spitzer
•Ascend , by Mark A. Mihalko
•The Solace of the Farther Moon, by Allan Rozinski
•The Stars Are Always Right, by Charles Lovecraft
•Daemonic Nathicana, by K.A. Opperman
•Asenath, by Ashley Dioses
•The Book of Eibon/Le Livre D’eibon, trans. by Frederick J. Mayer
What happens when we make monsters? What happens when we make monsters of ourselves? Grotesque beings lurch from our darkest dreams. Vicious beasts stalk our twisted pasts. Lost souls haunt our deepest regrets. They are the blood on our hands. They are the obsessions in our heads. They are the vengeance in our hearts. They are Miscreations: Gods, Monstrosities & Other Horrors. Edited by Bram Stoker Award-winning editors Doug Murano and Michael Bailey. Featuring a foreword by Alma Katsu, and illustrations throughout by HagCult.
Explore the fringes of the known. Fly away with us to the deeps of space for action and adventure, alien intrigue and bloody surprises. Join us out here where all things alien and weird flow freely. Dive headlong into spaceships and monsters, tentacles and insanity, determined struggle and starborne terror. Whether sprawling across civilizations or tightly focused and personal, these tales paint a psychedelic vision of strange proportions and wondrous possibility.
Where space opera meets the weird. An anthology of 29 illustrated short stories that blend the weird cosmic horror of the Cthulhu Mythos with the star-spanning vistas of space opera by a diverse array of all-star authors...
Remy Nakamura • Lucy A. Snyder • J.E. Bates • Gord Sellar • Brian Evenson • Heather Hatch • Desirina Boskovich • DaVaun Sanders • D.W. Baldwin • J. Edward Tremlett • D.A. Xiaolin Spires • Tom Dullemond • Premee Mohamed • Wendy N. Wagner • Kara Dennison • Brandon O'Brien • Heather Terry • Wendy Nikel • Robert White • Ingrid Garcia • Richard Lee Byers • Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. • Tim Curran • Angus McIntyre • Ada Hoffmann • Bogi Takács • Wendi Dunlap • Cody Goodfellow • Nadia Bulkin
You'll meet soldiers and scientists, starship captains and intrepid explorers, each with secrets to hide and a story to tell. And then there's the aliens. So many aliens. Some friendly, some monstrous, but all of them exciting.
Engines full. Course set. We're going in.
“The editor’s claim that the first season of True Detective was a big inspiration for this anthology is evident: Ashes and Entropy sports a finely balanced mixture of grit, crime and blood along with the irrational, occult and weird.”–Rue Morgue
Stand on the precipice and prepare to dive down through the event horizon into the bleak and mind-shattering void of both the cosmos and of humanity.
Nightscape Press is proud to present ASHES AND ENTROPY edited by Robert S. Wilson, an anthology of cosmic horror and noir/neo-noir. ASHES AND ENTROPY is beautifully illustrated by Luke Spooner and includes brand new stories by Laird Barron, Damien Angelica Walters, John Langan, Kristi DeMeester, Jon Padgett, Nadia Bulkin, Jayaprakash Satyamurthy, Lucy A. Snyder, Tim Waggoner, Jessica McHugh, Paul Michael Anderson, Max Booth III, Lynne Jamneck, Greg Sisco, Lisa Mannetti, Nate Southard, Erinn L. Kemper, Matthew M. Bartlett, Autumn Christian, and more.
Master storyteller Lucy A. Snyder has filled her cauldron with everything that Halloween means to her and distilled it into a spell-binding volume of stories. Within these pages you’ll find thrills and chills, hilarity and horrors, the sweet and the naughty.
One of the best things about Halloween is you don’t have to be yourself. So go ahead and try on a new mask or two … you may discover hidden talents as a witch, a pirate, a space voyager, a zombie fighter, or even an elf. This is the perfect collection to celebrate the season of the dead or to summon those heady autumn vibes whenever you like. You may even find a couple of tales that evoke a certain winter holiday that keeps trying to crowd in on the fun.
In the worlds within this book, every day is Halloween!
Return of the Old Ones will only have one signed edition (deluxe slipcased hardcover) and will feature a similar stamp design to the popular Cthulhu head stamping featured on the World War Cthulhu hardcovers. It will be signed by all contributors and will feature the original color cover artwork by Vincent Chong as color end sheets.
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The Stringer of Wiltsburg Farm
Lucy A. Snyder
Visions of the Gothic Body in Thomas Ligotti’s Short Stories
C. M. Crockford
The Sprite House
Sirens in the Night
Paul L. Bates
Thomas Ligotti: The Abyss of Radiance
S. C. Hickman
The Milk Man
Alana I. Capria
Trans Woman Gutted
What Found Nevaeh
art by Giuseppe Balestra, Tatiana Garmendia, and Danielle Hark (including cover art)
The ongoing battle against the immortal Elder Gods enters the modern age. Magic, mayhem, and murder no longer reign in dusty books discovered in decrepit libraries. Today’s monsters can be called by more than uncanny rituals in candlelit basements. Madness lurks on the internet and lives in the locker room. It breeds in the mall and ambushes its victims outside the club.
But those who fight this vast evil have also moved into the modern age. Teenagers from every walk of life use whatever they can to defend our world. Sometimes they win. Sometimes they lose. Sometimes…they give into the temptations of eldritch power.