Friday, February 24, 2012

Year's Best Horror & Dark Fantasy

The 2012 edition of The Year’s Best Horror and Dark Fantasy, edited by Paula Guran, (Prime Books) is due this summer. It’s a tasty ToC:

• “Hair” by Joan Aiken
• “Rakshasi” by Kelley Armstrong
• “Walls of Paper, Soft as Skin” by Adam Callaway
• “The Lake” by Tananarive Due
• “Tell Me I’ll See You Again” by Dennis Etchison
• “King Death” Paul Finch
• “The Last Triangle” by Jeffrey Ford
• Near Zennor by Elizabeth Hand
• “Crossroads” by Laura Anne Gilman
• “After-Words” by Glen Hirshberg
• “Rocket Man” by Stephen Graham Jones
• “The Maltese Unicorn” by Caitlin R. Kiernan
• “The Dune” by Stephen King
• “Catastrophic Disruption of the Head” by Margo Lanagan
• “The Bleeding Shadow” by Joe R. Lansdale
• “Why Light?” by Tanith Lee
• “Conservation of Shadows” by Yoon Ha Lee
• A Tangle of Green Men, Charles de Lint
• “After the Apocalypse” by Maureen McHugh
• “Lord Dunsany’s Teapot” Naomi Novik
• “Mysteries of the Old Quarter” by Paul Park
• Vampire Lake, by Norman Partridge
• “A Journey of Only Two Paces” by Tim Powers
• “Four Legs in the Morning” by Norman Prentiss
• “The Fox Maiden” by Priya Sharma
• “Time and Tide” by Alan Peter Ryan
• “Sun Falls” by Angela Slatter
• “Still” by Tia V. Travis
• “Objects in Dreams May Be Closer Than They Appear” by Lisa Tuttle
• “The Bread We Eat in Dreams” by Catherynne M. Valente
• “All You Can Do Is Breathe” by Kaaron Warren
• “Josh” by Gene Wolfe

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