Queer Fear

Michael Rowe C. Mark Umland Douglas Clegg Michael Marano Gemma Files Brian Hodge Thomas S. Roche Edo Van Belkom

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Queer Fear

Queer Fear A striking and ambitious collection of gay horror fiction by some of today s hottest authors and talented newcomers covering a wide spectrum of creatures of the night and all manners of urban terrors

  • Title: Queer Fear
  • Author: Michael Rowe C. Mark Umland Douglas Clegg Michael Marano Gemma Files Brian Hodge Thomas S. Roche Edo Van Belkom
  • ISBN: 9781551520841
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • A striking and ambitious collection of gay horror fiction by some of today s hottest authors and talented newcomers, covering a wide spectrum of creatures of the night and all manners of urban terrors These dark, often disturbing tales expand the boundaries of the horror genre the sexuality of the protagonists is a point of reference for the horror of otherness that deA striking and ambitious collection of gay horror fiction by some of today s hottest authors and talented newcomers, covering a wide spectrum of creatures of the night and all manners of urban terrors These dark, often disturbing tales expand the boundaries of the horror genre the sexuality of the protagonists is a point of reference for the horror of otherness that defines and, at times, divides us.Cover painting Detail from The Ambassador of Obloquy by James HuctwithContains the following stories The Nightguard C Mark Umland Piercing Men Douglas Clegg The Siege Michael Marano Bear Shirt Gemma Files Little Holocausts Brian Hodge The Sound of Weeping Thomas S Roche Hey Fairy Edo Van Belkom The Spark William J Mann Spindleshanks New Orleans, 1956 Caitlin R Kiernan The Perpetual David Quinn Genius Loci Becky N Southwell Goodbye Michael Thomas Ford Tabula Rasa Robert Boyczuk You Can t Always Get What You Want T.L Bryers The Bird Feeders David Nickle No Silent Scream Nancy Kilpatrick Second Shadow Joseph O Brien

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    1. Deanna on said:

      I did not finish this book. Some of the stories were okay, but I would end up reading the first few paragraphs of a story before deciding to skip it. Then I was skipping so many I just decided not to pick it up again.

    2. William on said:

      There are eighteen stories in this, and I skipped past at least nine after sampling their terribly-written beginnings. The editor's introduction, while colorful, accurately set my expectations when I found myself counting errors in spelling and grammar.

    3. Andrew Herold on said:

      I wanted to like this anthology, I truly did, but just couldn't. With the exception of one story out of eighteen (Caitlin R. Kiernan's Spindleshanks) every story in this collection was poorly written. Beyond poorly written. They are utter trash. Dialogue is bad, characters are bad, the ideas behind the stories themselves are bad. It's evident that some of the authors (a term used in the loosest sense) don't read and don't know how to write a narrative. Words were misspelled (editor's fault), wor [...]

    4. YoSafBridg on said:

      not for the faint of heart Although the title might be give-away enough, Queer Fear: gay horror fiction edited and with an introduction by Michael Rowe is not for everyone. Like all short story collections the quality of the stories tends to be somewhat uneven, and some of them include graphic sex, violence, and horror (but what do you expect?). If you're willing to take it on, they make for nice little stories to read as breaks between the other books you may be reading (at least that's what i [...]

    5. Rafael on said:

      I am partial to compilations of any sort because they'll usually have a range literary styles. This means that I will not only find something I like but also, explore types of styles I would not normally read. Of course this also means that every collection have a few duds. And I do not like everything in this collection but that is more the exception than the rule. The best stories are either subtle about their treatment of the Queer rubric and focus on the fear factor or they explore the sexua [...]

    6. Dawn Betts-Green (Dinosaur in the Library) on said:

      8 of the 14 were awesome. The other 6 weren't bad--just not my favorites. Caitlin Kiernan's was, of course, the best imho. Only 4 in the anthology were by women and even fewer involved lesbians. This is my main issue with anthologies of "gay fiction." Most of the time the number of male writers far surpasses the women. I still enjoyed it though, and I do want to read the second volume--it is, after all, gay horror.

    7. Tristan Goding on said:

      I didn't like this one. None of the stories stood out to me. They were mostly poorly written. There were a few interesting concepts here and there, but nothing outstanding. I went into this expected to be scared, or at least creeped out, but I mostly just felt like it was another generic book about the dark side of being gay. If you're looking to be challenged, you won't find much here.

    8. perry winxxx on said:

      meh. the writing of a lot of the contributors leaves something to be desired. some of the stories were awesome and creepy, but the majority were just too real in the bash-y we're-all-gonna-die-cuz-we're-gay sense. overall this book was just alright, i guess.

    9. Scott on said:

      Hated it. First, horror is not my thing. Second, none of these people are good writers. Pass.

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