The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourteenth Annual Collection

For than a decade, readers have turned to The Year s Best Fantasy and Horror to find the most rewarding fantastic short stories The critically acclaimed and award winning tradition continues with another stunning collection, including stories by Jack Cady, Ramsey Campbell, Susanna Clarke, Jack Dann, Terry Dowling, Dennis Etchison, Greer Gilman, Nalo Hopkinson, KellyFor than a decade, readers have turned to The Year s Best Fantasy and Horror to find the most rewarding fantastic short stories The critically acclaimed and award winning tradition continues with another stunning collection, including stories by Jack Cady, Ramsey Campbell, Susanna Clarke, Jack Dann, Terry Dowling, Dennis Etchison, Greer Gilman, Nalo Hopkinson, Kelly Link, Kathe Koja, Paul J McAuley, Delia Sherman Rounding out the volume are the editors invaluable overviews of the year in fantasy and horror, and a long list of Honorable Mentions, making this an indispensable reference as well as the best reading available in fantasy and horror.
The Year s Best Fantasy and Horror Fourteenth Annual Collection For than a decade readers have turned to The Year s Best Fantasy and Horror to find the most rewarding fantastic short stories The critically acclaimed and award winning tradition continues with anot

  • Title: The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourteenth Annual Collection
  • Author: Ellen Datlow Terri Windling Ellen Steiber Ramsey Campbell Jack Dann Nalo Hopkinson Edward Bryant Seth Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780312275440
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourteenth Annual Collection”

    1. I never really explored this type of genre in depth before -- not really into all of the gore that I thought this genre represented. I was very pleasantly surprised -- it was closer to Edgar Allen Poe or Rod Serling. I enjoyed most of the stories very much -- thought provoking; very entertaining.

    2. I love fantasy, and horror is fairly new to me, but I find that the two genres do belong together! --From A Reader's Journal, by d r melbie.

    3. The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourteenth Annual Collection collects the best (as determined by the editors) short fiction of both genres in 2000, using wide definitions of the genres in order to build a diverse, quality collection. Largely useless introductions summarize the year in fantasy, horror, and related media, but the bulk of the book is 43 short stories and 11 poems which span paranormal horror to imaginary world fantasy to mythic poems. The stories are a mixed bag, but on the who [...]

    4. Sorry for virtually the same review on whole anthology setI own a trade sized paper back.I started this anthology with the 5th Annual and I loved it so much I started collecting the whole set by signing up for pre-orders with the book store.What sets this anthology apart from many others is that I always find two or three gems within its pages, many liked stories and very few I have to force myself through. More importantly, from those people I have noted who read these anthologies too, they say [...]

    5. This is not one of my favorite anthologies. There were a few good stories, of course, but most of them were dark and depressing no matter which catagory (fantasy or horror) they were placed in. The ones that stand out in my memory as pleasant were those by my favorite authors de Lint, Yolen, and Gaiman. Two of those three were poetry pieces.

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