Running with the Pack by Ekaterina Sedia

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Remember the werewolves of classic stories and films, those bloodthirsty monsters that transformed under the full moon, reminding us of the terrible nature that lives within all of us? Today’s werewolves are much more suave — and even sexy — and they’ve moved from British moors to New York City lofts, shaved, and got jobs. But as the tales of these writers will show you, they remain no less wild and passionate, and they still tug at the part of our being where a wild animal used to be. Running With the Pack includes stories from Carrie Vaughn, Laura Anne Gilman, and C.E. Murphy, and they will convince you that despite their gentrification, werewolves remain as fascinating and terrifying as ever.
 

About Ekaterina Sedia

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Ekatherina Sedia is the author of "The Secret History of Moscow," Her short stories have been featured in a variety of publications including "Analog," "Baen's Universe," and "Fantasy Magazine," She lives in Hammonton, New Jersey.
 
Published December 18, 2010 by Prime Books. 352 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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Sedia (Paper Cities) collects 22 tales that look at werewolves from a multitude of different angles. Steve Duffy's chilling dental thriller Side-Effects May Include examines how far a man will go to

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The stories veer from comedy to horror and from tragic love story to coming-of-age tale, showing the richness inherent in the idea of shifting shapes and animal strength.

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