The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2006 by Ellen Datlow
19th Annual Collection (Year's Best Fantasy & Horror)

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For nearly two decades, readers have turned to The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror to find the most rewarding fantastic short stories. Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link, and Gavin Grant continue this critically acclaimed and award-winning tradition with another stunning collection of stories. The fiction and poetry here is culled from an exhaustive survey of the field, nearly four dozen works ranging from fairy tales to gothic horror, from magic realism to dark tales in the Grand Guignol style. Rounding out the volume are the editors' invaluable overviews of the year in fantasy and horror, and sections on graphic novels, by Charles Vess; on anime and manga, by Joan D. Vinge; on media, by Ed Bryant; and on music, by Charles de Lint. With a long list of Honorable Mentions, this is an indispensable reference as well as the best reading available in fantasy and horror.Isabel Allende  
Laird Barron  
Elizabeth Bear   
Andrew Bonia  
Chaz Brenchley  
Tom Brennan  
Jack Cady  
Jennifer Chang
Robert Coover 
Albert E. Cowdrey  
Kelly Everding  
Jeffrey Ford   
Theodora Goss 
Elizabeth Hand 
Joe Hill  
Glen Hirshberg  
Pentti Holappa 
Dave Hutchinson  
China Miéville, Emma Bircham, and Max Schäfer 
Sarah Monette 
Ralph Robert Moore 
Adam L.G. Nevill  
Kim Newman 
Reggie Oliver  
Chuck Palahniuk  
Stacey Richter 
Barbara Roden 
Deborah Roggie  
Jay Russell 
Geoff Ryman  
Mark Samuels  
Willa Schneberg  
Nisi Shawl  
Delia Sherman 
Bruce Sterling  
Howard Waldrop 
Daniel Wallace  
Marley Youmans   
 

About Ellen Datlow

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Ellen Datlow is the acclaimed editor of such anthologies as Blood Is Not Enough, Little Deaths, Alien Sex, Vanishing Acts, and The Dark. She has won the Hugo Award for Best Editor once, the World Fantasy Award seven times and the International Horror Guild award for The Dark. She and Terri Windling also won the Bram Stoker Award for The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Thirteenth Annual Collection. She currently edits fiction for SCIFI.COM.  Kelly Link and Gavin Grant started Small Beer Press in 2000. They have published the zine Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet (“tiny but celebrated”---The Washington Post) for seven years. Kelly Link's first collection of short stories, Stranger Things Happen, was selected as a Best Book of the Year by Salon, Locus, and The Village Voice. Stories from the collection have won the Nebula, Tiptree, and World Fantasy Awards. Her most recent short stories have appeared in The Dark and The Faery Reel. She recently published Magic for Beginners, and when she isn’t writing, she edits the anthology Trampoline.  Originally from Scotland, Gavin Grant regularly reviews fantasy and science fiction. Publications where his work has appeared include Scifiction, Strange Horizons, The Third Alternative, and Singularity.
 
Published August 22, 2006 by St. Martin's Press. 608 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ellen Datlow Website ISFDB Bibliography SF Site Review: The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Seventeenth Annual Collection SF Site Review: The Green Man SF Site Review: The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 14th Annual Collection Kelly Link's work includes appearances in The Year's Best Fantas...

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Fantasy Literature

With tales from Laird Barron, Stephen King, John Langan, Peter Straub, and many others, and featuring Datlow’s comprehensive overview of the year in horror, now, more than ever, The Best Horror of the Year provides the petrifying horror fiction readers have come to expect — and enjoy.

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