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Ed Kurtz , Charles Colyott , Peter N. Dudar , Megan N. Moore , Jeremy Terry , Peter Giglio , Lisa Mannetti , Richard Salter , Boyd E. Harris , Lisa Morton , Jonathan Templar , C.W. LeSart , John Forth , Chris Marrs , Brad C. Hodson , Tonia Brown , Bryan Hall , Ray Garton , Benjamin Kane Ethridge , Shane McKenzie , Taylor Grant

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16 Oct 2013 Nightscapes
From the depths of the soul to the depths of hell. From the shadows of your most frightening dreams to the shadows lurking in the corner unseen and waiting. Darkness is painted across the palette of every nightscape. And it’s waiting for you… In this new anthology from Nightscape Press, we bring you 24 tales of bitter loss, jaded love, obsession, murder, cannibalism, hauntings, voodoo, black market horrors, demons, leprechauns, zombies, deadly mysteries, and much more! Table of Contents: A Dry Spell in Parnell County by Ed Kurtz Still by Charles Colyott A Taste of Green Voodoo Healing by Peter N. Dudar Vision by Megan N. Moore Autumn’s Gifts by Jeremy Terry Game Changer by Peter Giglio Corruption by Lisa Mannetti Worldly Possessions by Richard Salter Village Green by Boyd E. Harris Angel Killer by Lisa Morton Fly by Jonathan Templar Wee Ones by C.W. LaSart Mary Kelly’s Face by John Forth How to Save a Life by Chris Marrs In the Halls and on the Stairs by Brad C. Hodson Surprise Inside by Tonia Brown Chopper by Bryan Hall House Hunting by Ray Garton Deviant Colors by Benjamin Kane Ethridge Guadalupe’s Tamales by Shane McKenzie Whispers in the Trees, Screams in the Dark by Taylor Grant The Big Dream by J.S. Reinhardt The Rag-End of Dreams by Trent Zelazny Skins by Richard Wright

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4.0 out of 5 stars Refreshingly good! 19 Oct 2013
By Newton - Published on
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After recently slogging through several uninspired anthologies my fear was that the short story as an art form was either completely dead or very close to dying. Fortunately, I then discovered ‘Nightscapes Volume 1’. Don’t get me wrong, this antho has its fair share of stinkers, but it also has way more good than bad and a couple of absolute gems. ‘A Taste of Green Voodoo Healing’ by Peter Dudar alone is worth the price of admission. The Twilight Zone-esque ‘Still’ by Charles Colyott is wonderfully bizarre and decidedly disturbing. Jonathan Templar’s ‘Fly’ is another stand out. Kudos and thanks to the editors of this book for reaffirming my faith in the short story.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Stories 5 Jan 2014
By Simone Cannon - Published on
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Unlike some short story collections, this one included only gems. I can honestly state that I found each story entertaining. Each entry was well paced. I never felt the urge to skip ahead to find something more interesting.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars add one more horror story collection to the shelf 10 Dec 2013
By hans curtis - Published on
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24 stories is a good number to begin with, and since the table of contents include some of my favorite writers i cant say no to this anthology from Nightscapes Press. if you dont know Table of Contents: Ed Kurtz, Charles Colyott, Peter N. Dudar, Ray Garton, Shane McKenzie and Richard Wright are all familiar to me, i know they wont disapoint me
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's a great mix with a few lows, but many more highs! 25 Jan 2014
By S. Schneider - Published on
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All in all, I thought this was a great mix of stories, though some definitely fell a little flat in comparison with others. I put this down for a few months --not for any reason other than distractions keeping me from reading at all, and some of the stories that I'd already read stuck with me so strongly that, with one, I actually remembered exactly where I was when I read it, and then I realized that it wasn't where I read it at all, it was just a scene from the story. The writer made it come to life so much for me, that I really felt like I was there.

After reading (and rereading, for some), I can definitely say this book was a good display of imagination and talent. Even the "weaker" stories show the same and probably only seem weaker because of the stories surrounding them (there were honestly only two or three of the twenty-four about which I felt that way).

"In the Halls and on the Stairs" by Brad C. Hodson proved to be my favorite of all. It's very well-written and really stuck with me. "Vision" by Megan N. Moore is a close second for the same reasons.

As far as the technical aspects, the editing is nearly flawless which I love because I hate being distracted by typos or having to try and figure out what something {i}should{/i} be. I have found that Nightscape Press is usually very strong in this department, and it held true with this anthology.

This was a great mix of genres, too. While all containing "dark" elements, sub genres varied quite a bit (dark or horror sometimes being a sub genre). I loved that because it kept me from getting bored or feeling like I was reading the same thing over and over. It really allowed each author and story to have its own voice.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved the stories and even searched for Volume II 3 July 2014
By M. Debusk - Published on
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Exciting! I loved the stories and even searched for Volume II. Very enjoyable
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