Reviewers, bloggers, and librarians get a copy of Ellen Datlow’s new anthology THE MONSTROUS
Review copies of award-winning, superstar editor Ellen Datlow’s new anthology THE MONSTROUS are now available via NetGalley.
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Edited by Ellen Datlow
Published: October 2015
Available Format(s): Trade Paperback and Ebooks
“Superstar editor Datlow makes no missteps….”
From the best horror editor in the business comes a landmark horror anthology. Take a terrifying journey with literary masters of suspense, visiting a place where the other is somehow one of us. These electrifying tales redefine monsters from mere things that go bump in the night to inexplicable, deadly reflections of our day-to-day lives. Whether it’s a seemingly devoted teacher, an obsessive devotee of swans, or a diner full of evil creatures simply seeking oblivion, the monstrous is always there—and much closer than it appears.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- “A Natural History of Autumn” by Jeffrey Ford
- “Ashputtle” by Peter Straub
- “Giants in the Earth” by Dale Bailey
- “The Beginning of the Year Without Summer” by Caitlín R. Kiernan
- “A Wish From a Bone” by Gemma Files
- “The Last, Clean, Bright Summer” by Livia Llewellyn
- “The Totals” by Adam-Troy Castro
- “The Chill Clutch of the Unseen” by Kim Newman
- “Down Among the Dead Men” by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
- “Catching Flies” by Carole Johnstone
- “Our Turn Too Will One Day Come” by Brian Hodge
- “Grindstone” by Stephen Graham Jones
- “Doll Hands” by Adam L. G. Nevill
- “How I Met the Ghoul” by Sofia Samatar
- “Jenny Come to Play” by Terry Dowling
- “Miss Ill-Kept Runt” by Glen Hirshberg
- “Chasing Sunset” by A.C. Wise
- “The Monster Makers” by Steve Rasnic Tem
- “Piano Man” by Christopher Fowler
- “Corpsemouth” by John Langan
THE MONSTROUS rises from the depths in October.
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Cover by Reiko Murakami.
Cover design by Elizabeth Story.