The horror! Gay and lesbian fiction with a twist!|
A bone-chilling anthology of gay and lesbian psychodrama, Shadows of the Night brings you face to face with the best in queer fear, breaking through to the dark side of fiction. Short stories that are equal parts haunting and disturbing tremble with tantalizing prose that's inventive, imaginative, and provocative—pulp fiction with a twist. An acclaimed collection of authors gathers at the place where fiction meets fantasy and swaps stories of murder and mayhem, savoring every lurid detail.
Edited by novelist Greg Herren, author of Murder in the Rue Dauphine and Bourbon Street Blues, Shadows of the Night introduces you to the doomed and the damned, including a gay travel writer with a one-way ticket to horror; a murdered lesbian who plots bloody revenge from the grave; a young gay man's fear of Jewish vampires; a gay serial killer with a taste for necrophilia, and much, much more!
Shadows of the Night boasts a collection of contributors that reads like a Who's Who of gay and lesbian, including:
Lambda Literary Award winners Victoria A. Brownworth, J.M. Redmann, William J. Mann, and Lawrence Schimel Lambda Literary Award nominees M. Christian, Jess Wells, Greg Herren, and Therese Szymanski National Book Critics Circle member Richard Hall Novelists William J. Mann, Quentin Harrington, David McConnell, Marshall Moore, and Carol Rosenfeld and Greg Wharton, publisher of Suspect Thoughts Press and editor of the web zines suspect thoughts: a journal of subversive writing and Velvet Mafia!
Shadows of the Night is a collection of horror stories that will satisfy your blood lust for dark fiction.