This bone-chilling collection explores demons in many forms - from spirit possession of the human soul to fallen angels and the devil - through thirty-five stories from renowned and up-and-coming writers of horror and fantasy including Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, Harlan Ellison, and many more. The next book in "Black Dog's" supernatural series, "Demons" presents thirty-five terrifying stories in which evil spirits wreak havoc on the world. Some of the tales included here are classics, the best that the genre has to offer, by authors such as Joe Hill, Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, Mark Twain, and Harlan Ellison. Others come from the latest and most promising newcomers to the craft including Mike Resnick, Karen Joy Fowler, and Kij Johnson. John Skipp, editor of "Black Dog's" books "Zombies and Werewolves", provides fascinating insight into the history and details of demon lore, and its role in popular culture, through two nonfiction essays. Resources at the end of this book include lists of the best of long-form fiction, movies, websites, and writers.