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yMacabre : A Journey Through Australia's Darkest FearsAngela Challis
Western Australia:Brimstone Press,2010Z17109062010anthology short story horror 'Explore Australia's dark literature past, present, and future all in one landmark anthology! From the very earliest colonial ghost stories through to grim tales of modern life, Macabre will take you on a journey through the dark heart of Australian horror. With classic stories from Australia's masters of horror alongside the best of the new era, Macabre is set to be the finest dark fiction anthology ever produced in Australia.' (Source: Publisher's website http://www.brimstonepress.com.au/)Western Australia:Brimstone Press,2010