Tesseracts Thirteen invites you to delve into literature's shadowy side! This, the newest and most unusual of the popular and award-winning Tesseracts anthologies, utilizes the mysterious and bewitching number 'thirteen' to explore a new realm of invative, thought-provoking and disturbing fiction. Award-winning authors and editors Nancy Kilpatrick and David Morrell have unearthed twenty-three stories of horror and dark fantasy that reflect a melange of Canada's most exciting kwn and about-to-be kwn writers. These eerie-genre tales range from the unsettling to the sinister. Inside you will find stories featuring: The young, but t always incent - ghosts; multiple births; comic book characters come to life Romance gone terribly wrong - curses; mournful spirits; bringing back the dead Creepy and twisted realities - mummies; windigos; post apocalyptic Canada The authors in Tesseracts 13 span the country, from east to west coast, applying a particularly Canadian stamp to a classic and revered genre. Contributors include: Kelley Armstrong; Alison Baird; Rebecca Bradley; Mary E. Choo; Suzanne Church; Kevin Cockle; Ivan Dorin; Katie Harse; Kevin Kvas; Michael Kelly; Jill Snider Lum; Catherine MacLeod; Matthew Moore; Silvia More-Garcia; David Nickle; Jason Ridler; Gord Rollo; Andrea Schlecht; Daniel Sernine; Stephanie Short; Jean-Louis Trudel; Edo van Belkom; Bev Vincent Expert-in-the-field Robert Kwlton provides a fascinating and detailed overview of the history of horror and dark fantasy writing and publishing in Canada.
Nancy Kilpatrick Award-winning author Nancy Kilpatrick has published 18 novels, over 190 short stories, 5 collections of stories, and has edited 8 anthologies. Much of her body of work involves vampires.David Morrell is the award-winning author of First Blood, the novel in which Rambo was created. He was born in 1943 in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. In 1960, at the age of seventeen, he became a fan of the classic television series, Route 66, about two young men in a Corvette traveling the United States in search of America and themselves. The scripts by Stirling Silliphant so impressed Morrell that he decided to become a writer.
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Paperback / softback
Short Stories & Fiction Anthologies
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Nancy Kilpatrick, Wolfson Professor of General Practice David Morrell