The Century’s Best Horror Fiction

February 9th, 2012 • Posted in Book News |

And I’m in it!  This spectacular double-volume anthology from Cemetery Dance Publications, edited by John Pelan, includes one story from each year of the last century, and my story ‘Reconstructing Amy’ creeps in for the year 2000.

To even begin listing the other authors included would be a finger-numbing task, but everyone you’d expect is represented.  And as you’ve come to expect from CD, the books themselves are beautiful objects, graced with cover art from Alan M Clark and each volume containing 50 stories.  Epic.

And after appearing in several volumes of The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror, and then The Mammoth Book of the Best of Best New Horror, it’s now a real honour to have a story chosen as one of the best of the last century.



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4 comments on “The Century’s Best Horror Fiction”

  1. Luke Walker says:

    Great stuff, Tim. Congratulations.

  2. Tim Love says:

    Has it arrived at last? I ordered mine on the 22nd July 2004.
    I’m looking forward to shelving it next to “the best of best new horror”


  3. Hunter Shea says:

    Fantastic! You damn well deserve to be in it. Can’t wait to see it.

  4. Tim Love says:

    It’s here, it’s huge, it doesn’t fit on my shelves!!

    So does one read it in chronological order, thus getting to Tim’s story in about a year, or start at the back and work forward?!

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