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Help celebrate an iconic indie bookstore!
For thirty years, Between Books has provided the Eastern Seaboard of the United States with the absolute best in alternate entertainment—speculative fiction, comics, anime, and gaming. While other stores have disappeared, this shelter from the tides of bitter reality has remained, enduring by providing the finest in every genre, by stacking every shelf, every nook, cranny and tiny space in between with the strange, the beautiful and the terrifying. Now they have brought together many of the authors who have entertained the visitors to their hallowed walls in a collection so splendiferously diverse, it defies conventional description.
John Passarella brings us a new Wendy Ward story in which a curse meets its match. A scientist opens her personal Pandora's Box in a tale by Maria V. Snyder. Gregory Frost finds an Old One in the noir. A roving nightmare auditions a new cast member in a chilling tale by Jonathan Maberry. Catherynne M. Valente paints a hauntingly beautiful picture of Hell. Pleasure and longing collide in a story by CJ Henderson. Memory, loss, and comfort coalesce in a story by Jonathan Carroll. All these and more await you in The Stories in Between.
Greg Schauer established Between Books in 1979.
"Small press anthologies make me squee, anthologies in support of bookstores make
“The tales are entertaining enough to be fitting tributes to one of the East Coast’s most beloved independent bookstores.” —Carl Hays, Book List
on The Stories (in) Between as a whole:
Original artwork by Blair Webb based on The Devil You Don't, by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
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