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The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2011 by

The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2011 by

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1st person - 2010 - 2011 - A Song of Ice and Fire - aliens - Amsterdam - Angela Slatter - Antarctica - anthology - art - Black Static - Caitlin R. Kiernan - Clarkesworld Magazine - Daniel Abraham - Dunk and Egg - Ekaterina Sedia - Escape Pod - fantasy - Fantasy Magazine - Gene Wolfe - Genevieve Valentine - George R. R. Martin - Holly Black - horror - Howie Nominee - Hugo Nominee - imaginary friend - Jay Lake - Joe R. Lansdale - John Shirley - Laird Barron - Locus Poll Winner - Locus Recommended Reading - London - Lynda E. Rucker - M. L. N. Hanover - M.K. Hobson - Margo Lanagan - Maureen F. McHugh - Michael Aronovitz - Michael Skeet - multiple points of view - Neil Gaiman - nonlinear narrative - Norman Partridge - novelette - novella - Paula Guran - Peter Atkins - Peter Watts - post-apocalyptic - Prime Books - romance - S.D. Tullis - Sarah Langan - Sarah Totton - science fiction - secondary world fantasy - shapeshifting - short story - Simon R. Green - Stephen Graham Jones - Steve Berman - Steve Duffy - Sturgeon nominee - Subterranean Magazine - sword and sorcery - Tim Powers - unique monsters - vampires - Weird Tales - year's best anthology - zombies -

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    The Mystery Knight
    by George R. R. Martin


    The Things
    by Peter Watts


    The Naturalist
    by Maureen F. McHugh


    A Thousand Flowers
    by Margo Lanagan


    The Thing About Cassandra
    by Neil Gaiman


    Brisneyland by Night
    by Angela Slatter


    Bloodsport
    by Gene Wolfe


    How Bria Died
    by Michael Aronovitz


    Frumpy Little Beat Girl
    by Peter Atkins


    The Broadsword
    by Laird Barron


    Thimbleriggery and Fledglings
    by Steve Berman


    The Dog King
    by Holly Black


    Tragic Life Stories
    by Steve Duffy


    He Said, Laughing
    by Simon R. Green


    Hurt Me
    by M. L. N. Hanover


    Oaks Park
    by M.K. Hobson


    Crawlspace
    by Stephen Graham Jones


    As Red as Red
    by Caitlin R. Kiernan


    Mother Urban's Booke of Dayes
    by Jay Lake


    Are You Trying To Tell Me This Is Heaven?
    by Sarah Langan


    The Stars Are Falling
    by Joe R. Lansdale


    Raise Your Hand If You're Dead
    by John Shirley


    Lesser Demons
    by Norman Partridge


    Parallel Lines
    by Tim Powers


    The Moon Will Look Strange
    by Lynda E. Rucker


    You Dream
    by Ekaterina Sedia


    Red Blues
    by Michael Skeet


    Malleus, Incus, Stapes
    by Sarah Totton


    The Return
    by S.D. Tullis


    The Dire Wolf
    by Genevieve Valentine

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