Horror world reviews TWISTS OF THE TALE
(you'll have to scroll down for it).

Some choice quotes:
"If there’s one thing Ellen Datlow knows how to do well, it’s put an amazing anthology together. From The Year’s Best Horror to Poe to The Dark, she has never failed to capture the essence of the concept she set out to accomplish. The best stories are always chosen, not the most well-known authors, which results in nearly flawless products for both seasoned horror fans and those who just might be browsing....

Highly recommended – even for those who prefer dogs."


And a great review in Green Man review of The Best Horror of the Year volume One
Again, some choice quotes:
"The quality and variety of stories, along with the depth and breadth of Datlow's summary of the year in review, makes The Best Horror of the Year informative as well as entertaining, and any horror fan who wishes to keep current with the state of the genre will want to have a copy."

...."Diversity, complexity, and uniqueness are shared characteristics of all of these stories, making the entire volume a balm for any horror fan who has at times felt a sense of ennui at the sight of books featuring the same old names on the covers along with the same old illustrations of tough stoic men and naked screaming women."
I'm very pleased that the reissue from Wildside is still getting reviews. Here's a terrific one from Colleen Mondor of Book Slut along with reviews of some other fine new titles in her column, Bradbury Season.
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( Sep. 24th, 2009 11:54 pm)
Here are three new reviews From The Tomb of Dark Delights


The Nebula Awards Showcase 2009

Troll's Eye View

Twists of the Tale
First three readers/posters who would like TWISTS OF THE TALE, let me know now.
And if you win just email me your address at datlow at yahoo dot com
and let me know if you want the book signed.

And yes, if you're from outside the USA and are willing to pay postage you can shout out.
Over the day and evening I'll be giving away more copies of The Coyote Road, the new trade paperback edition of my cat horror antho Twists of the Tale, and the new trade paperback of Inferno, also just released. Remember if you take them, you have to read and blog about them (positively or negatively)...



First three readers/posters who would like TWISTS OF THE TALE, let me know now.
And if you win just email me your address at datlow at yahoo dot com
and let me know if you want the book signed.
The Wildside trade paperback edition of Twists of the Tale is now available. The cover image on amazon is wrong but here, at BN.COM it's correct.

TOC
No Heaven Will Not Ever Heaven Be....A.R. Morlan
Marigold Outlet Nancy Kress
White Rook, Black Pawn Susan Wade
Best Friends Gahan Wilson
Skin Deep Nicholas Royle
Homage to Custom Kathe Koja & Barry N. Malzberg
The Five Douglas Clegg
The Man Who Did Cats Harm Michael Cadnum
Not Waving Michael Marshall Smith
Ruski William Burroughs
Flattened Fauna Poem #37; Cats Jane Yolen
Of a Cat, But Her Skin Storm Constantine
Walled Lucy Taylor
The Cat From Hell Stephen King
Catch Ray Vukcevich
Human Society Steven Spruill
Scratch Joel Lane
Nobody Knows My Name Joyce Carol Oates
Thank you for That Harvey Jacobs
To Destroy Rats Martha Soukup
I Gatti di Roma Sarah Clemens
Incidental Cats Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Flowers for Faces, Thorns for Feet Tanith Lee
My cat horror antho, which is coming out from Wildside in a new, trade paperback edition this summer will look like this:
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