The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 2008

It was The Fog Catcher from Whispers of Wickedness 14 that got an honourable mention in The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 21.  Another four stories from WoW and three from Interzone also get honourable mentions.

Portrait of the Artist as a Good Host by R.J. Barker (WoW 15)

Ding-Dong-Ditch by Charles A. Muir (WoW 15)

The Negotiators by Darren McCormick (WoW website)

The View From Mrs Mote by Dan McNeil (WoW 15)

Islington Crocodiles by Paul Meloy (Interzone 208)

Toke by Tim Akers (Interzone 210)

The Good Detective by M. John Harrison (Interzone 209)

The two stories from other GSFWC members mentioned previously are:

Isle of The Pirate Gods by Hal Duncan (Postscripts 13)

The Woman with the Hair by Ian Hunter (Dark Horizons 50)

Have I told you that I got one…?

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2 Responses to The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 2008

  1. Pete says:

    Whispers got more HMs than Interzone!!! Oh, I so feel an evil cackle coming on :-)

  2. jimsteel says:

    It’s all that sci-fi that Andy insists on publishing that’s to blame. I keep telling him, “Gothic romances are the wave of the future – search for the next Ann Radcliffe!” But no-o-o-o…

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