For Mortal Things Unsung—A Horror Anthology from Pseudopod, TOC

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Table of Contents

I Have a Story for You • essay by Alex Hofelich
Notes on the Writing of Horror: A Story • (1985) • novelette by Thomas Ligotti
Murmurs of a Voice Foreknown • (2016) • short story by Jon Padgett
Stillborn • (1990) • short story by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
In the Deepest Darkest Holes • short story by Damien Angelica Walters
Gulls • (2005) • short story by Tim Pratt
Looker • (2011) • short story by David Nickle
Magdala Amygdala • (2012) • short story by Lucy A. Snyder
Stockholm Syndrome • (2007) • short story by David Tallerman
What Makes You Tick • (2010) • short story by David Steffen
Harvest Song, Gathering Song • short story by A. C. Wise
Turning the Apples • (2009) • short story by Tina Connolly
Oranges, Lemons, and Thou Beside Me • (2005) • short story by Eugie Foster
Used • (2015) • short story by Sandra M. Odell
Like Dolls • (2016) • short story by J. Lily Corbie
The Voyage & the Ship • (2016) • short story by Tim W. Burke
The Murmurous Paleoscope • (2013) • short story by D. Ellis Dickerson [as by Dixon Chance]
Down by the Sea Near the Great Big Rock • (1984) • short story by Joe R. Lansdale
New and Strangely Bodied • short story by Orrin Grey
Watchers • (2013) • short story by Lavie Tidhar
The Garden of Adompha • [Zothique] • (1938) • short story by Clark Ashton Smith
The Yellow Curse • [Tales of the White Street Society] • (2011) • short story by Grady Hendrix
El Dentisto que Corta • (2009) • short story by M. C. Norris
Standard Procedure • short story by Dagny Paul
The Fisher Queen • (2014) • short story by Alyssa Wong
Votary • (2007) • short story by M. K. Hobson
The Lady with the Light • short story by Mel Kassel
Fishhead • (1913) • short story by Irvin S. Cobb
Hometown Horrible • (2009) • short story by Matthew Bey
Kill Screen • (2011) • short story by Chris Lewis Carter
Exit Exam, Section III: Survival Skills, Question #7 • (2005) • short story by David Erik Nelson
The Ashen Thing • (2009) • short story by Paul Mannering
Stabilimentum • (2013) • short story by Livia Llewellyn
Walk in Beauty • novelette by Jim Bihyeh
A Pre-History of PseudoPod • (2016) • essay by Shawn Garrett [as by Shawn M. Garrett]
Antiquarian Loreseeker • (2016) • essay by Alex Hofelich
Talent Pipes • (2016) • essay by Ian Stuart (I)
I Will Tell the Audient Void: My History in Audio Horror • (2016) • essay by Orrin Grey
A Grimscribe • (2016) • essay by Jon Padgett
To Find Grace in Speaking Shadows • (2016) • essay by Matt Wallace
Telling Scary Stories • (2016) • essay by A. C. Wise
Gothic Scholar • (2016) • essay by Karen Bovenmyer
The Simple Pleasure of Terrified Delight • (2016) • essay by Sandra M. Odell
The Mighty • (2016) • essay by Mur Lafferty
The Lich King • (2016) • essay by Ben Phillips
Contre-jour • (2016) • essay by Alice M. Phillips
Lurking Fear • (2016) • essay by Moaner T. Lawrence
Horreur l’argile • (2016) • essay by Jonathan M. Chaffin
Horror as a Balm • (2016) • essay by Chelsea Davis
The bDoom That Came to PseudoPod • (2016) • essay by Brian Lieberman
How Horror Treats Monsters • (2016) • essay by Victoria Winnick
But, I Don’t Like Horror • (2016) • essay by Tad Callin
Connections • (2016) • essay by Tina Connolly
Horror as a Weapon Against the Unspeakable • (2016) • essay by Rachael K. Jones
Reading as a Shared Experience • (2016) • essay by Matthew M. Foster
Fear Is Like Falling in Love, Almost • (2016) • essay by Dagny Paul
Horror as Escape • (2016) • essay by Britany Hancock
The Kibitzer • (2016) • essay by Graeme Dunlop
C:/Run Kill Screen • (2016) • essay by Chris Lewis Carter
The Diabolical Plotter • (2016) • essay by David Steffen
Terrifying Alchemy • (2016) • essay by Dave Robison
The Chief Herder of Cats • (2016) • essay by Marguerite Kenner
Keeper of the Big Red Button • (2016) • essay by Alasdair Stuart
Sympathetic Horror • (1925) • poem by Charles Baudelaire (trans. of Horreur sympathique 1861)

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