Year’s Best Weird Fiction Table of Contents announcement

Year’s Best Weird Fiction Table of Contents announcement

After an intensive period of reading, aided by discussion from Anglia Ruskin students in the MA Publishing and MA Creative Writing courses, Helen Marshall and Michael Kelly are extremely pleased to reveal the Table of Contents for the 4th volume of the ‘Year’s Best Weird Fiction,’ due October.

The list includes:

“I Was A Teenage Werewolf,” by Dale Bailey. First published in Nightmare Magazine #51.
“Breakdown,” by Gary Budden. First published in ‘The Short Anthology: The Second Issue’.
“The Signal Birds,” by Octavia Cade. First published in Liminal Stories #2.
“Breaking Water,” by Indrapramit Das. First published at
“The End Of Hope Street,” by Malcolm Devlin. First published in Interzone #266.
“The Blameless,” by Jeffrey Ford. First published in ‘A Natural History of Hell’.
“Waxy,” by Camilla Grudova. First published at Granta Online.
“A Heavy Devotion,” by Daisy Johnson. First publishd in ‘Fen’.
“Red,” by Katie Knoll. First published at The Masters Review Online.
“In The Ruins Of Mohenjo-Daro,” by Usman T. Malik. First published in ‘The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu’.
“Angel, Monster, Man,” by Sam J. Miller. First published in Nightmare Magazine #40.
“Outtakes,” by Irenosen Okojie. First published in ‘Speak, Gigantular’.
“Beating The Bounds,” by Aki Schilz. First published in ‘The Unreliable Guide To London’.
“The Kings With No Hands,” by Johanna Sinisalo. Translated by J. Robert Tupasela. First published in ‘Finnish Weird 3’.
“The Dancer On The Stairs,” by Sarah Tolmie. First published in ‘Two Travelers’.

The volume will release in October 2017. For more information please visit Undertow Press.



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