I’ve read several anthologies and collections these year, many of them simply outstanding. Other than the first, the following are in no particular order. Here are the ten that rocked my world, (click the cover to see my original review):
The Immeasurable Corpse of Nature by Christopher Slatsky
Velocities by Kathe Koja
Lullabies For Suffering edited by Mark Matthews
After the People Lights Have Gone Off by Stephen Graham Jones
Halloween Season by Lucy A. Snyder
Midnight in the Pentagram edited by Kenneth W. Cain
The Essential Sick Stuff by Ronald Kelly
Devil’s Night by Curtis Lawson
Diabolica Britannica edited by Keith Anthony Baird
Murder Ballads and Other Horrific Tales by John Hornor Jacobs
If you’ve stayed with me this long, thank you!
I had hoped to put together a little description of each book, but I ran out of time. I hope you enjoyed this post and I hope you’ll continue to follow me as 2021 gets started, and we can finally say goodbye to the dumpster fire that is 2020! Happy Reading, everyone!