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Enjoy this anthology of Neo-Gothic fiction inspired by the imagination of Edgar Allan Poe.

 
  • Winner of the Paris Book Festival Award - Best anthology of the year
  • Nominated for a Bram Stoker Award - Superior Achievement in an Anthology

"Make sure your belt is done up good and tight when you read nEvermore!. It's very embarrassing to have your pants scared off." Linwood Barclay, New York Times bestselling author

  

nEvermore! Tales of Murder, Mystery and the Macabre is an homage to the great American writer, the incomparable Edgar Allan Poe, and a must-have for every fan of his work.

Compiled by multi-award winning editors, Nancy Kilpatrick and Caro Soles, nEvermore! Tales of Murder, Mystery and the Macabre presents a tantalizing selection of imaginative stories by New York Times bestselling and prize-winning authors.

Featuring works by: Margaret Atwood; Kelley Armstrong; Richard Christian Matheson; Tanith Lee; William F. Nolan (with Jason Brock & Sunni Brock); Nancy Holder; Christopher Rice; Chelsea Quinn Yarbro; Michael Jecks; Lisa Morton; J. Madison Davis; Barbara Fradkin, Colleen Anderson, Robert Bose, Jane Petersen Burfield, Rick Chiantaretto, Robert Lopresti, David McDonald, Loren Rhoads, Thomas S. Roche, and Carol Weekes & Michael Kelly.

This anthology consists of 21 original tales that blend supernatural and mystery elements in unique reimaginings of Edgar Allan Poe's exquisite stories.

BONUS \# 1

(Included in the anthology) "Edgar Allan Poe, Genre Crosser" - an essay by Uwe Sommerlad

This essay adds an historical dimension to nEvermore! as it enlightens readers to the fact that Poe's oeuvre went far beyond his fame as a writer of dark fantasy and supernatural tales. This well-researched essay traces the powerful influence of Poe in the literature of other countries as well as in the English speaking world. Poe is the father of the modern mystery story, but Sommerlad shows that Poe's reach extends to realms as diverse as science fiction and romance. nEvermore! is a blend of what Poe imagined, a genreless world of unique stories and re-envisionings.

BONUS \# 2

(Included in the PRINT ONLY edition of this anthology) - "The Opium-Eater" by David Morrell

David Morrell created Rambo in his award-winning novel, First Blood. His numerous New York Times bestsellers include the classic spy novel, The Brotherhood of the Rose (the basis for the only television mini-series to be broadcast after a Super Bowl). An Edgar and Anthony finalist, a Nero and Macavity winner, Morrell is a recipient of three Bram Stoker awards and the Thriller Master award from the International Thriller Writers organization. His other Thomas De Quincey works include Murder as a Fine Art and Inspector of the Dead.

About the editors:

NANCY KILPATRICK is a writer and editor with 18 novels and over 225 short stories in print. In her editorial capacity, nEvermore! is her 15th anthology. She enjoys wearing two hats and exploring both hemispheres of her brain. She won the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Mystery Story, and several awards for her dark fantasy writing and editing.

CARO SOLES is the founder of Bloody Words, Canada's biggest annual mystery convention. Her work includes mysteries, erotica, gay lit and science fiction. She received the Derrick Murdoch Award from the Crime Writers of Canada for her work in the mystery fi eld and was short listed for the Lambda Literary Award.

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"...authored by a talented crew who have fallen under Poe's spell and brought chilling and distinctive documents back with them. Pleasures abound." Andrew Pyper

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