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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 All You Can Do Is Breathe
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    y separately published work icon Blood and Other Cravings Ellen Datlow (editor), New York (City) : Tor , 2011 Z1839352 2011 anthology short story Comprises 'All You Can Do is Breathe' (Kaaron Warren), 'Needles' (Elizabeth Bear), 'Baskerville's Midgets' (Reggie Oliver), 'Blood Yesterday, Blood Tomorrow (Richard Bowes), 'X for Demetrious' (Steve Duffy), 'Keeping Corky' (Melanie Tem), 'Shelf-life' (Lisa Tuttle), 'Caius' (Bill Pronzini and Barry N. Malzberg), 'Sweet Sorrow' (Barbara Roden), 'First Breath' (Nicole J. LeBoeuf), 'Toujours' (Kathe Koja), 'Miri' (Steve Rasnic Tem), 'Mrs. Jones' (Carol Emshwiller), 'Bread and Water' (Michael Cisco), 'Mulberry Boys' (Margo Lanagan), 'The Third Always Beside You' (John Langan) and 'The Siphon' (Laird Barron).


    New York (City) : Tor , 2011
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    y separately published work icon The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2011 Liz Grzyb (editor), Talie Helene (editor), Greenwood : Ticonderoga Publications , 2012 Z1904931 2012 anthology short story horror fantasy

    The second annual compilation of the best fantasy and horror, covering work produced by Australian writers in 2011.

    Greenwood : Ticonderoga Publications , 2012
    pg. 47-61
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    y separately published work icon The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror : 2012 Edition Paula Guran (editor), Gaithersburg : Prime Books , 2012 Z1916491 2012 anthology short story horror 'Take a journey into darkness. Visit places where one might expect to find the dark — in a house where love was shared and lost, a milky-white pool in an Australian cave, the trenches of World War I, the deep woods. You would not be surprised to find the dark in a cheap apartment on the wrong side of town, down mean streets, under a gallows-tree, along dank passageways, trapped underground, in the near future, or among the mysteries of old New Orleans. Dunes, lakes, isolated cabins, old books, and Old West saloons - well, the darkness might easily be there. But we've also found locales you thought were safe from shadows - a rib joint with good blues playing, inside an old wardrobe, on a baseball diamond, the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

    Travel into the best dark fantasy and horror from 2011 with more than five-hundred pages of tales from some of today's best-known writers of the fantastique as well as new talents — stories that will take you to a diverse assortment of dark places.'

    [Source: Good Reads website]
    Gaithersburg : Prime Books , 2012
    pg. 335-348
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    y separately published work icon Nightmare no. 13 October 2013 9819980 2013 periodical issue 2013
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