Upon the Midnight Clear single work   short story   horror  
Issue Details: First known date: 1998 1998
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  • "Upon the Midnight Clear" was first published on the website www.gothic.net in December 1998.

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  • Appears in:
    y Book of Dead Things Tina, L. Jens (editor), Eric M. Cherry (editor), Chicago : Twilight Tales Inc. , 1998 Z1805711 1998 anthology short story horror

    Stake them through the heart or bury them at the crossroads, the dead can still climb out of their graves and wreak torment on the living. This collection of stories explores what is means to be human by focusing on the dead... or the undead.

    The authors represented in the 2007 expanded publication include: Tom Barlow, Bill Breedlove, Suzanne Church, Alan M. Clark, C.S.E. Cooney, Scott A. Cupp, Stephen Dedman, Sukie de la Croix, Brendan Detzner, Joshua Alan Doetsch, Andrea Dubnick, Jo Fletcher, Christopher Fulbright, Richard Gilliam, Ken Goldman, Angeline Hawkes, Brian Hodge, Tina L. Jens, Chris Kozlowski, Stephen C. Merritt, Randy Miller, Jude Walter Mire, Yvonne Navarro, Katherine Norem, Craig D.B. Patton, John Peel, Michael Penkas, Bruce Holland Rogers, Martel Sardina, Lawrence Schimel, Alan Smale, J.D. Smith, Thomas J. Strauch, Karen E. Taylor, Edo van Belkom, Dan Waters, John Weagly, Robert Weinberg.

    Chicago : Twilight Tales Inc. , 1998
  • Appears in:
    y Never Seen By Waking Eyes Stephen Dedman , Ohio : Infrapress , 2005 Z1225439 2005 selected work short story Ohio : Infrapress , 2005 pg. 181-190
  • Appears in:
    y Pseudopod Shawn Garret (editor), Marietta : Escape Artists, Inc , 2006- Z1806742 2006 website

    Pseudopod is a weekly horror podcast magazine that publishes chilling short stories from some of the genre's best authors in audio format. It was first made public in 2006.

    Although Pseudopod does not publish science fiction and fantasy stories, leaving these to its sister podcasts Escape Pod (science fiction) and PodCastle (fantasy), there are no set rules on content, especially given that these genres often crossover.

    Marietta : Escape Artists, Inc , 2006-
    Note: Podcast: #017 (2006)
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