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The Best Horror of the Year, Volume Three --Table of Contents
Bella
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The TOC is done and the contributors have all been contacted. I was given 140,000 words of fiction this year as opposed to 125,000 words in the past.

I'm still cleaning up my summary of the year but knew that the authors are dying to announce their inclusion so:

At the Riding School by Cody Goodfellow
Mr. Pigsny by Reggie Oliver
City of the Dog by John Langan
Just Outside Our Windows, Deep Inside Our Walls by Brian Hodge
Lesser Demons by Norman Partridge
When the Zombies Win by Karina Sumner-Smith
-30-by Laird Barron
Fallen Boys by Mark Morris
Was She Wicked? Was She Good? by M. Rickert
The Fear by Richard Harland
Till the Morning Comes by Stephen Graham Jones
Shomer by Glen Hirshberg
Oh I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside by Christopher Fowler
The Obscure Bird by Nicholas Royle
Transfiguration by Richard Christian Matheson
The Days of Flaming Motorcycles by Catherynne M. Valente
The Folding Man Joe R. Lansdale
Just Another Desert Night With Blood by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
Black and White Sky by Tanith Lee
At Night When the Demons Come by Ray Cluley
The Revel by John Langan

Langan overdose!
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I hope not ;-) They're both fantastic stories.
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Yay! Looks great. I just bought a Richard Harland story. He was unknown to me until then.

I really like all of Cluley's stuff, too.

-Mike K.
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I hadn't read much of Harland before and don't recall that he even wrote horror. Cluley I'd never before heard of until I read this story in Black Static.
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Yeah, I think Richard does a lot of Steampunk and some YA fantasy. The one I just bought from him is quite dark.

Cluley had a story in issue 19 that I liked lot, too. And he's promised to send me something for the journal. Fingers crossed.
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Langan, _Valente_! !!, Lansdale and Lee, Partridge, Stephen Graham Jones—_Stephen Graham Jones_!, Barron, and -and -and—and -and I’m in this book? And I’m in this book… WOW. I mean YAY! !!
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This is a hell of a line-up. Looking forward to it.
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This looks fantastic! The stories I've already read are ones that really bowled me over, and the stuff that's new to me also intrigues! :)

--Norman
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Great list. Valente's "Days of Flaming Motorcycles" is getting a lot of play--and with good reason. Definitely looking forward to checking out this anthology, as I thoroughly enjoyed the last one.
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Yes. It's both creepy and extremely moving.
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I'll have to bug you for a review copy for Innsmouth Free Press.
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You're on my review list so you should get one automatically when the time comes. :-)
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