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About Michele Brittany
Michele Brittany is an independent popular culture scholar residing in Southern California and is the editor of Horror in Space: Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre and James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy. Michele actively supports several popular culture organizations in a variety of capacities that include serving as the Book Review Editor for the Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, Editorials Manager at Fanbase Press, and Co-chair of the Ann Radcliffe Academic Conference. She has presented at Wondercon Anaheim as part of the Comics Arts Conference series and moderates panels at a variety of comic con events. She is a member of Horror Writers Association and the National Coalition of Independent Scholars.
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This collection of new essays takes in a range of topics, focusing on historic works such as Ann Radcliffe's Gaston de Blondeville (1826) and modern novels including Max Brooks' World War Z. Other contributions examine weird fiction, Stephen King, Richard Laymon, Indigenous Australian monster mythology and horror in picture books for young children.
On the subway, during lunch, or even under the fluorescent glow of your cubical—there is no escape! Now your slow descent into madness can follow you through the day, as well as the night. The WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSS ANTHOLOGY is the first ever H.P. Lovecraft inspired collection created specifically for readers on the go. All 33 spine-chilling tales are concentrated bites of terror which include works by Greg Stolze (Delta Green), Nick Mamatas (Shotguns v. Cthulhu), Tim Pratt (Marla Mason), Dennis Detwiller (Delta Green), Greg Van Eekhout (The Boy at the End of the World), A.C. Wise (Future Lovecraft), David Tallerman (Giant Thief), Silvia Moreno-Garcia (Future Lovecraft), John R. Fultz (Seven Princes), Chad Fifer (The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast).
"All about that moment I love, the moment where something approaches. The moment where you close your eyes and hope it goes away. It will. But there’ll be another story right behind it. And another. And another." -Alasdair Stuart, host of the PSEUDOPOD podcast.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction by Alasdair Stuart.
"Iden-Inshi" by Greg Stolze
"Pushing Back" by J.C. Hemphill
"Nation of Disease: The Rise & Fall of a Canadian Legend" by Jonathan Sharp
"When We Change" by Mason Ian Bundschuh
"Nutmeat" by Martin Hill Ortiz
"The Last Tweet" by Charles Black
"Secrets In Storage" by Tim Pratt & Greg Van Eekhout
"The Well" by Tim Jeffreys
"The Neon Morgue" by Nathan Wunner
"The Deep" by Corissa Baker
"Fear And Loathing In Innsmouth: Richard Nixon's Revenge" by Jason Andrew
"My Friend Fishfinger By Daisy, Age 7" by David Tallerman
"Chasing Sunset" by A.C. Wise
"The Thing With Onyx Eyes" by Stephen Brown
"I Do The Work Of The Bone Queen" by John R. Fultz
"Suck It Up, Get It Done" by Brandon Barrows
"The Substance In The Sound" by W.B. Stickel
"Stone City, Old As Immeasurable Time" by Kelda Crich
"Hideous Interview With Brief Man" by Nick Mamatas
"The Sea, Like Glass Unbroken" by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
"The Decorative Water Feature Of Nameless Dread" by James Brogden
"Henry" by Lance Axt
"My Stalk" by Aaron J. French
"Give Me That Old Time Religion" by Lee Finney
"Afraid Of Dobermans" by Chad Fifer
"Leviathan" by Nicholas Almand
"Horrorscope" by Charles Black
"The Jar Of Aten-Hor" by Kat Rocha
"The Floor" by Jeff Provine
"Waiting" by Dennis Detwiller
"Other People's Houses" by Sarena Ulibarri
"You Will Never Be The Same" by Erica Satifka
"Death Wore Greasepaint" by Josh Finney
This collection of new essays examines the space horror subgenre, with a focus on such films as Paul W.S. Anderson's Event Horizon, Duncan Jones' Moon, Mario Bava's Planet of the Vampires and John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars.
Contributors discuss how filmmakers explored the concepts of the final girl/survivor, the uncanny valley, the isolationism of space travel, religion and supernatural phenomena.