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The New Weird by

The New Weird by
Starred Review... Lingering somewhere between dark fantasy and supernatural horror, New Weird authors often seek to create unease rather than full-fledged terror. [...] This extremely ambitious anthology will define the New Weird much as Bruce Sterling's landmark Mirrorshades anthology defined cyberpunk.
-Publisher's Weekly


1979 - 1984 - 1990 - 1991 - 1997 - 2008 - Ann VanderMeer - anthology - BSFA nominee - Clive Barker - death - fantasy - homosexuality - horror - Jeff VanderMeer - Kathe Koja - M. John Harrison - Michael Moorcock - new weird - nuclear blast - politics - PW Starred Review - relationships - short story - Simon D. Ings - Tachyon - Thomas Ligotti - vacation - war -


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    The Neglected Garden
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    Crossing into Cambodia
    by Michael Moorcock

    A Soft Voice Whispers Nothing
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