|Other titles||Museum of horrors|
|Statement||edited by Dennis Etchison.|
|Contributions||Etchison, Dennis., Horror Writers Association.|
|LC Classifications||PR1309.H6 H67 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 374 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||2002284736|
A forum to bring writers and others with a professional interest in horror together and to foster a greater appreciation of dark fiction in general. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. The Horror Writers Association presents the museum of horrors Item Preview The Horror Writers Association presents the museum of horrors by Etchison, Dennis; Horror Writers Association. Publication date Pages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 18 cm: Contents: Museum of Dr. Moses / Joyce Carol Oates --Worse than bones / Ramsey Campbell --King of outer space / Peter Atkins --Piano bar blues / Melanie Tem --Those vanished I recognize / Tom Piccirilli --Inland, Shoreline / Darren O. Godfrey --The Window / Joel Lane --Author, author / Gordon Linzner. The Museum of Horrors is an anthology of horror stories edited by Dennis Etchison. It was published by Leisure Books in October The anthology contains eighteen stories from members of the Horror Writers Association. The anthology itself won the .
The Horror Writers Association here presents a major unthemed anthology, 18 tales mostly featuring ordinary individuals thrust into extraordinary circumstances. One of the best is Joyce Carol Oates. item 1 The Museum of Horrors (ExLib) by Horror Writers Association - The Museum of Horrors (ExLib) by Horror Writers (NoDust) by Horror Writers Association. $ Free shipping. item 3 The Museum of Horrors by Horror Writers Association - The Museum of Horrors by Horror A Song of Ice and Fire (7 Volumes), Book Cover May Vary. $ The Fall Edition of the bi-annual digest presented by the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers (GLAHW). Horror and dark fiction and poetry by Laroo Jack, Edward Ahern, John Grey, and others, with artwork by Paul Paul Lubaczewski and Pamela V Jones. Seller Inventory # APC Reviewed in the United States on February 7, The Museum of Horrors contains a treasure trove of great offerings from some of the best horror writers today. Eighteen original stories from writers like Peter Straub, Joyce Carol Oates, Ramsey Campbell, Tom Piccirilli and others make this a superb s: 4.
The Horror Wrioters Association Presents 18 original tales of terror and the grotesque by Charles L. Grant, Joyce Carol Oates, Richard Laymon, Peter Straub, and Ramsey Campbell, among others. Wear at edges, reading creases, lightly rubbed, sticker on back cover, light interior browning. This week, Victor LaValle’s new novel The Changeling hits is only the most recent installment in a long series of great works of literary horror, and as a reader of primarily literary fiction, but with a major soft spot for, as they say, “genre,” its release has me thinking about horror and high-brow literary fiction and the ways in which they intersect. At first glance I figured the Horror Writers Association was going to attempt another theme anthology along the same lines as the Freak Show volume edited by F. Paul Wilson a few years back. But if that was the game, only three of the contributors – Joyce Carol Oates, Charles L. Grant and S.P. Somtow – bothered to even pretend to play by /5(21). The Museum of Horrors contains a treasure trove of great offerings from some of the best horror writers today. Eighteen original stories from writers like Peter Straub, Joyce Carol Oates, Ramsey Campbell, Tom Piccirilli and others make this a superb collection."Hammerhead" by the late Richard Layman, who was President of the Horror Writer's Association, is a dark comedy that gets inside .