Boundless American energy – both the light and the dark – is at the center of this new anthology, the first entry in the American Vampire canon since the series went on temporary hiatus in January.
Although we don’t who Jack the Ripper really was, we know he existed, and we know what he did... and who he did it to. Editor Ross Lockhart dedicates this short story collection to them.
Check out our review of Garth Nix's prequel to his novel "Shade's Children."
The acclaimed author of "Jumper" crafted this apocalyptic tale of family survival against metal-munching bugs.
Ellen Datlow is an Editor Extraordinaire who needs little introduction. She has edited numerous anthologies, and co-edited many with other editors such as Terri Windling.
Campbell has been penning quiet, devastating horror stories since the mid-1960s, and this new collection proves he still knows how to unsettle readers on a primal level.
It’s easy to forget sometimes that horror fiction can be fun. It’s understandable, of course; after all, horror is the genre char
The celebrated literary publication that launched the careers of H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury and Robert E. Howard is back in circulation. Check out the latest issue!
Like the six volumes before it, this is an anthology of rare quality, a collection of contemporary fiction that provides an excellent snapshot of where the genre stands today, and a roadmap to where it’s going.
I liked but did not love V/H/S, having issues with pretty much every segment (some more damaging than others) and being disappointed with the total lack of payoff in the wraparound sequence.