A superb horror anthology containing short fiction from Debbie Bennett, Poppy Z Brite, Simon Clark, Storm Constantine, Peter Crowther, Alison L R Davies, Paul Finch, Christopher Fowler, Neil Gaiman, Gary Greenwood, David J Howe, Dawn Knox, Tim Lebbon, Charles de Lint, Steven Lockley & Paul Lewis, James Lovegrove, Graham Masterton, Richard Christian Matheson, Justina Robson, Mark Samuels, Darren Shan and Michael Marshall Smith. With a frontispiece by Clive Barker and a foreword by Stephen Jones.
Personally signed by all contributors (except for Poppy Z Brite – represented by facsimile signature).
From some of the greatest writers of modern horror fiction, an anthology of tales guaranteed to bring a chill to the spine.
This collection has been published to raise money for DebRA, a national charity working on behalf of people with the genetic skin blistering condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). All royalties from this book go to the charity to help them continue their good work.
390pp. A5-format numbered limited edition hardback, signed by all contributors (except Poppy Z Brite).
Published 21 September 2006
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ABOUT THE EDITOR
Alison L R Davies is a writer and storyteller from Nottingham, and her fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. Her first collection of short stories, Small Deaths, was published in limited edition hardback, and her first short novel, King of the Birds, came out in 2005. She has written articles, stories and features for a number of popular magazines and newspapers including The Times Educational Supplement, the Daily Mail, Writers News, Writers Forum, Record Collector and Eve. As a storyteller, Alison has performed her work at venues throughout the UK. She loves to lift the words from the page and make them come alive for an audience. She runs regular storytelling workshops for adults and children. Her book Storytelling in the Classroom includes a number of children’s stories and educational materials to be used by teachers.