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Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 The Lady of Situations
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    y separately published work icon Little Deaths : 24 Tales of Horror and Sex Ellen Datlow (editor), Paris : Albin Michel , 1994 Z356732 1994 anthology short story fantasy horror In this collection of 16 erotic fantasy fiction the stories focus less sexand instead explore relationships on the edge, and particularly those which involve transformation or loss of control. Some are about monstrous unions and violence (aor are suggestive of violence). Some, too, are metaphorical while others are crudely realistic. The stories also range across situations and relationships such as homosexuality, sadomasochism and even incest. The one overriding theme, however, appears to be that pain is inseparable from pleasure.

    The authors include Lucy Taylor, Harry Crews, Nicholas Royle, Joel Lane, Clive Barker, Joyce Carol Oates, Ruth Rendell, Kathe Koja, Pat Cadigan, Dan Simmons and Australia's Stephen Dedman.

    La Petite Mort
    Paris : Albin Michel , 1994
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Little Deaths : 24 Tales of Horror and Sex Ellen Datlow (editor), Paris : Albin Michel , 1994 Z356732 1994 anthology short story fantasy horror In this collection of 16 erotic fantasy fiction the stories focus less sexand instead explore relationships on the edge, and particularly those which involve transformation or loss of control. Some are about monstrous unions and violence (aor are suggestive of violence). Some, too, are metaphorical while others are crudely realistic. The stories also range across situations and relationships such as homosexuality, sadomasochism and even incest. The one overriding theme, however, appears to be that pain is inseparable from pleasure.

    The authors include Lucy Taylor, Harry Crews, Nicholas Royle, Joel Lane, Clive Barker, Joyce Carol Oates, Ruth Rendell, Kathe Koja, Pat Cadigan, Dan Simmons and Australia's Stephen Dedman.

    London : Millennium , 1994
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Little Deaths : 24 Tales of Horror and Sex Ellen Datlow (editor), Paris : Albin Michel , 1994 Z356732 1994 anthology short story fantasy horror In this collection of 16 erotic fantasy fiction the stories focus less sexand instead explore relationships on the edge, and particularly those which involve transformation or loss of control. Some are about monstrous unions and violence (aor are suggestive of violence). Some, too, are metaphorical while others are crudely realistic. The stories also range across situations and relationships such as homosexuality, sadomasochism and even incest. The one overriding theme, however, appears to be that pain is inseparable from pleasure.

    The authors include Lucy Taylor, Harry Crews, Nicholas Royle, Joel Lane, Clive Barker, Joyce Carol Oates, Ruth Rendell, Kathe Koja, Pat Cadigan, Dan Simmons and Australia's Stephen Dedman.

    New York (City) : Dell , 1995
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Little Deaths : 24 Tales of Horror and Sex Ellen Datlow (editor), Paris : Albin Michel , 1994 Z356732 1994 anthology short story fantasy horror In this collection of 16 erotic fantasy fiction the stories focus less sexand instead explore relationships on the edge, and particularly those which involve transformation or loss of control. Some are about monstrous unions and violence (aor are suggestive of violence). Some, too, are metaphorical while others are crudely realistic. The stories also range across situations and relationships such as homosexuality, sadomasochism and even incest. The one overriding theme, however, appears to be that pain is inseparable from pleasure.

    The authors include Lucy Taylor, Harry Crews, Nicholas Royle, Joel Lane, Clive Barker, Joyce Carol Oates, Ruth Rendell, Kathe Koja, Pat Cadigan, Dan Simmons and Australia's Stephen Dedman.

    London : Millennium , 1995
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    y separately published work icon Bonescribes : The Year's Best Australian Horror 1995 Bill Congreve (editor), Robert Hood (editor), Parramatta : MirrorDanse Books , 1996 Z251023 1996 anthology short story horror Parramatta : MirrorDanse Books , 1996 pg. 13-23
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    y separately published work icon The Lady of Situations Stephen Dedman , Nedlands : Ticonderoga Publications , 1999 Z343562 1999 selected work short story horror science fiction fantasy Nedlands : Ticonderoga Publications , 1999 pg. 17-26
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    y separately published work icon Never Seen By Waking Eyes Stephen Dedman , Ohio : Infrapress , 2005 Z1225439 2005 selected work short story Ohio : Infrapress , 2005 pg. 23-32
Alternative title: Die Frau, Die Nicht Vergessen Konnte
Notes:
Translated as The Woman Who Could Not Forget.
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    y separately published work icon Fieber : 24 Dunkle Geschichten Fever : 24 Dark Tales Ellen Datlow (editor), Munich : Wilhelm Heyne , 1996 Z1799657 1996 anthology short story horror Fever comprises 24 stories which all revolve around incomprehensible and terrible events, sensual pleasures and moments of horror. The authors include Ruth Rendell, Richard Christian Matheson, Lucius Shepard, Joyce Carol Oates, Clive Barker and Australia's Stephen Dedman.
    Munich : Wilhelm Heyne , 1996
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