Embracing the Dark

Embracing the Dark Cover art by George Barr Edited and introduced by Eric Garber Works of Art by Nina Kiriki HoffmanBlood Relations by Jeffrey N McMahanCheriton by Peter RobinsThe Succubus by Jess WellsJoe Lewis Was a H

  • Title: Embracing the Dark
  • Author: Eric Garber Nina Kiriki Hoffman Jay B. Lewis Kij Johnson John Peyton Cookie Jeffrey N. McMahan Peter Robins Jess Wells
  • ISBN: 9781555831677
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cover art by George Barr Edited and introduced by Eric Garber.Works of Art by Nina Kiriki HoffmanBlood Relations by Jeffrey N McMahanCheriton by Peter RobinsThe Succubus by Jess WellsJoe Lewis Was a Heck of a Fighter by Jewelle GomezSacrament by Adrian Nikolas PhoenixManor by Heinrich Ulrichs, translated by Hubert KennedyMoon Time by D T SteinerImagined by Jay B LewisCover art by George Barr Edited and introduced by Eric Garber.Works of Art by Nina Kiriki HoffmanBlood Relations by Jeffrey N McMahanCheriton by Peter RobinsThe Succubus by Jess WellsJoe Lewis Was a Heck of a Fighter by Jewelle GomezSacrament by Adrian Nikolas PhoenixManor by Heinrich Ulrichs, translated by Hubert KennedyMoon Time by D T SteinerImagined by Jay B LewisFerata by Kij JohnsonThe Strawberry Man by John Peyton Cookie

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    1. Embracing the Dark (1991), edited by Eric Garber, is a collection of eleven tales of horror and alternative sexuality. In the introduction, Garber notes that with few exceptions most horror writers “seem overwhelmingly misogynous, antisex, and homo-hostile.” This collection is intended to provide stories counter that trend, and in that aim it succeeds. However, one wishes that the results made for better stories. The best ones are among the five reprints: “Cheriton” by Peter Robins, from [...]

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