The official Table of Contents for Enter at Your Own Risk: The End is the Beginning: Coming this MAY!

Posted on Apr 17, 2014

The official Table of Contents for Enter at Your Own Risk: The End is the Beginning: Coming this MAY!

Here is a sneak preview of the TOC. With 400+ pages and over two dozen masters of Gothic fiction from the past and present, this anthology of environmentally-themed horror is guaranteed to leave you with nightmares of the worst kind!

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Table of Contents

Introduction, Holly Newstein

Editor’s Notes

A Dialogue Between the Body and Soul, Andrew Marvell

Part I: Spreading the Sickness

Harvest, Norman Partridge

Sphere Music, Die Booth

Lily’s Dream, Joshua Skye

Rappaccini’s Daughter, Nathaniel Hawthorne

A Fine Day at the Zoo, Gene O’Neill

The Touch, John Grover

Part II: Blighted Earth

Nothing But Skin and Bones, B.E. Scully

Silence—A Fable, Edgar Allan Poe

The March, Blaze McRob

The Moon-Bog, H.P. Lovecraft

The Dreaded Hobblobs: A Heavy-Handed Fable For Short-Sighted Times, Gary Braunbeck

Consequences, Rose Blackthorn

The Striding-Place, Gertrude Atherton

There Is No Wind That Always Blows…, Julianne Snow

Part III: The Horsemen Ride On

So Many Tiny Mouths, Lawrence Santoro

The Night Wire, H.F. Arnold

Feelers, Michael Meeske

The Mourning Worm, Mark Patrick Lynch

Every Seven Years, Give or Take, Gregory L. Norris

The Art of Losing Wars Gracefully, Tais Teng

Part IV: And a Wild Thing Shall Lead Them

Rabenschwarz, Sydney Leigh

Her Living Corals, Kenneth W. Cain

The Ash Tree, M.R. James

And She Will Rise Again, Eric J. Guignard

Their End My Beginning (The Melting World Above), T. Fox Dunham

Transformation, Mary Shelley

The River, K. Trap Jones

The Eleventh Whale, Kevin Wetmore

 

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