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Big congrats to Gemma Files, whose story "Ghost Pressure" in the What the #@&% is That? anthology, has made the Locus Recommended Reading List.  You can read the entire list here.

ETA: Congratulations also to Maria Davhana Headley for her story "Little Widows," which was also in the What the #@&% is That? anthology and appeared on the Locus Recommended Reading List.  I missed this the first time because this story was run in advance of the anthology on Nightmare Magazine, and so Locus listed it under Nightmare instead.

Two stories from What the #@&% is That? have made the preliminary ballot for the Bram Stoker Award for Best Short Fiction: "Only Unclench Your Hand" by Isabel Yap and "The Bad Hour" by Christopher Golden.  You can now read both stories for free over on the anthology's website.

So I'm extremely stoked (or should I say Stokered) to inform you all that two stories from What the #@&% is That? have landed on the 2016 Bram Stoker Preliminary Ballot for Best Short Fiction: "The Bad Hour" by Christopher Golden and "Only Unclench Your Hand" by Isabel Yap.  I couldn't be prouder of my authors, and on a personal note these are the first stories from my anthologies to make even a preliminary awards ballot.  Considering I've done two anthologies to date, that ain't too shabby. :)

You can read the entire Bram Stoker Preliminary Ballot here.

What the #@&% is That: Review

  • Jan. 5th, 2017 at 8:27 PM

What the #@&% is That? has received an excellent review from the New York Journal of Books.  You can read the entire review here.

I'm pleased to say that "Whose Drowned Face Sleeps" by Rachel Swirsky & An Owomoyela from the What the #@&% is That? anthology has been selected to be part of The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 17, edited by Paula Guran. Back when I worked for Realms of Fantasy, I discovered a number of stories that were selected for various Year's Best anthologies, but this marks the first time a story from an anthology I've edited is finding its way into a Year's Best edition, and it's extremely gratifying.

You can read the entire ToC right here.

I'm pleased to say that "Whose Drowned Face Sleeps" by Rachel Swirsky & An Owomoyela from the What the #@&% is That? anthology has been selected to be part of The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 17, edited by Paula Guran. Back when I worked for Realms of Fantasy, I discovered a number of stories that were selected for various Year's Best anthologies, but this marks the first time a story from an anthology I've edited is finding its way into a Year's Best edition, and it's extremely gratifying. 

What the #@&% is That? just got an awesome honor from Barnes and Noble, as the book has been named one of the best science fiction and fantasy anthologies of 2016

Oz Reimagined: Last Day for Kindle Deal

  • Nov. 30th, 2016 at 3:07 PM

Today is your last chance to purchase the Oz Reimagined anthology on Kindle for just $0.99!

What the #@&% is That? Reviewed

  • Nov. 28th, 2016 at 9:27 PM

Paula Guran on Locus Online has some nice things to say about a pair of stories from What the #@&% is That? published in Nightmare Magazine in advance of the anthology, namely "Whose Drowned Face Sleeps" by An Owomoyela & Rachel Swirsky, and "Fossil Heart" by Amanda Downum.  You can read the review here

What the #@&% is That: Author Interviews

  • Nov. 23rd, 2016 at 5:10 PM

Learn how the #@&% Tim Pratt srote his story for What the #@&% is That? in this author interview: http://tinyurl.com/hrj5zhx

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