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Supernatural Noir Finished and about to be handed in
I've just finished editing the last story of Supernatural Noir and finalized the order of the table of contents (there could be some order changes but I'm currently happy with the way I have it). I just have to brush up (ie agonize over my intro--it'll be a short one) and then will email it off to Rachel, my editor at Dark Horse.
Thank you to all my wonderful contributors, all of whom have written odd, ugly, beautiful, strange, hard-boiled, cynical, and even occasionally moving stories. I'm especially pleased to be publishing stories by writers I've never published before.
The book will be published in 2011--I'll alert everyone to the date when I know it.

Introduction Ellen Datlow
The Dingus by Gregory Frost
The Getaway by Paul G. Tremblay
Mortal Bait by Richard Bowes
Little Shit by Melanie Tem
Ditch Witch by Lucius Shepard
The Last Triangle by Jeffrey Ford
The Carrion Gods in Their Heaven by Laird Barron
The Romance by Elizabeth Bear
Dead Sister by Joe R. Lansdale
Comfortable in Her Skin by Lee Thomas
But For Scars by Tom Piccirilli
The Blisters on My Heart by Nate Southard
The Absent Eye by Brian Evenson
The Maltese Unicorn by Caitlín R. Kiernan
Dreamer of the Day by Nick Mamatas
In Paris, In the Mouth of Kronos by John Langan

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thanks. I'm happy with how it turned out. It's 125,600 words.

ooooo!!! Lucius Shepherd!!! Caitlin Kiernan!!! This has the look of a great book. Definitely keep us posted.

Will do. I very much enjoyed working on it.

I must say I do like that lead story....

I look forward to reading the rest of them.


Oz, you read the whole thing? It IS good isn't it.

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