>You can’t keep a good anthology down. David Marshall’s posted a fine review of The Best Horror of the Year Volume 1 on his blog.
>Some years ago I worked for a company that created theme park rides and visitor attractions. While there, I wrote a multimedia “history and myth”
>… and Ellen Datlow’s The Best Horror of the Year Volume One has popped up on two awards lists here and here. Yowsa.
>Congratulations to Ellen Datlow on another positive review of The Best Horror of the Year Volume One, this time in the December issue of Locus.
>I thought I’d kick off the New Year with a free gift. Digging around in my bookshelves over Christmas, I turned up a copy of
>Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year Volume One has made it on to the Best of 2009 list over at fear.net – check out