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Coming from PYR on October 19, 2021, is The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror: Volume Two. I'm an absolute sucker for a good anthology, and this one has a great lineup. Edited by Paula Guran, you'll find over 400 pages with works by 30 authors, the majority of which are women. You're going to want to pre-order it today!

The supernatural, the surreal, and the all-too real . . . tales of the dark. Such stories have always fascinated us, and modern authors carry on the disquieting traditions of the past while inventing imaginative new ways to unsettle us. Chosen from a wide variety of venues, these stories are as eclectic and varied as shadows.

This volume of The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror offers more than four hundred pages of tales from some of today’s finest writers of the fantastique?

Sure to delight as well as disturb!

paula guranMEET PAULA GURAN

Freelance editor, anthologist, and reviewer Paula Guran has edited nearly 50 science fiction, fantasy, and horror anthologies and more than 50 novels and collections featuring the same.

She edits the annual Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror series (first ten volumes with Prime; now published by Pyr), and in an earlier life, produced weekly email newsletter DarkEcho (winning two Bram Stoker Awards, an IHG Award and a World Fantasy Award Nomination) and edited Horror Garage (earning another IHG and a second World Fantasy nomination). She previously served seven years as senior editor for Prime Books, edited the Juno fantasy imprint, and has regularly contributed reviews, interviews, and articles to numerous professional publications.

Guran currently reviews for Locus Magazine and lives in Akron, Ohio.

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He's the puppet master. You don't see him, but he pulls the strings that gets things done. He's the silent partner. He's black ops. If you notice his presence, it's the last thing you'll notice — because now you're dead. He's the shadow you thought you saw in that dark alleyway. You can have a conversation with him, and when you turn around to offer him a cup of coffee, he's already gone.
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