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A first signed limited edition (300 copies only) hardback. Unread. Price still on dust jacket. Beautiful pictorial boards. Edited by Rosalie Parker.
SIGNED by co-founders, Rosalie Parker and Ray Russell on the title page.
SYNOPSIS: “Eighteen entirely new stories have been brought together to celebrate the thirtieth year of Tartarus Press. Founded in 1990, Tartarus Press has become known for championing both classic and contemporary writers. The stories in this volume sit proudly within that tradition.
Representing the best contemporary writing in the fields of the literary strange, supernatural, fantasy and horror, they range from wry comic fantasy to atmospheric horror.
The stories are: *Tartarus Press at 30 by Rosalie Parker; *Grassman by Rebecca Lloyd; *The End of Alpha Street by Mark Valentine; *Hunger by Andrew Michael Hurley; *Tell me, whacher, is it winter? by N.A. Sulway; *The Flickering Light by Stephen Volk; *Nervous System by Inna Effress; *What it Say by Ibrahim R. Ineke; *Monsieur Machine by Eric Stener Carlson; *Great Dead American Authors Alive and Living, in Cwmbran by Jonathan Preece; *The Women by Tom Heaton; *Meiko by J.M. Walsh; *The Three Burdens of Nest Wynne by Angela Slatter; *The Gathering by John Gaskin; *The Wardian Case by D.P. Watt; *The Afterlife of Books by Karen Heuler; *These Pale and Fragile Shells by John Linwood Grant; *Collectable by Reggie Oliver; *Flood by Carly Holmes.”
Packed weight 940gms. IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DESPATCH