Stories to Sing in the Dark

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Product Details

Price
$17.00
Publisher
Lethe Press
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.65 inches | 0.94 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781590217047

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About the Author

Matthew Bright is a writer, editor and designer. His short fiction has appeared on Tor.com, Nightmare's Queers Destroy Fiction, Lightspeed, Glittership, Harlot Magazine, Clockwork Iris, Queen Mob's Teahouse and others, collected in Stories To Sing In The Dark. He is the editor of several anthologies, including The Myriad Carnival, Threesome, Clockwork Cairo and the Lambda Literary Award finalist Gents. By day, he pays the bills as a book cover designer in Manchester, England.
Christopher Barzak's fiction includes the award-winning adult novel One for Sorrow, which was made into the major motion picture Jamie Marks Is Dead; the Nebula Award finalist The Love We Share Without Knowing; and the short-story collection Before and Afterlives, which won the Shirley Jackson Award. Christopher grew up in rural Ohio, has lived in a Southern California beach town and the capital of Michigan, and has taught English outside of Tokyo. Currently he teaches fiction writing in the Northeast Ohio MFA program at Youngstown State University.

Reviews

"A dazzling collection of literary fantasy with never a dull moment." - Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"Bright's work will enchant readers of dark speculative fiction who seek brighter futures for characters who have often been marginalized." - Publishers Weekly

"Stories to Sing in the Dark is a heady--and welcome--mix of the dark, the twisted, the strange, and most importantly the queer, but the tune it offers works to perfection: it doesn't overwhelm, doesn't leave the reader hopeless, and hooks you back for more after each tale. Nothing is safe from Bright's distortive lens: holiday classics, childhood tales, literary greats, and thank all the gods for that. Between retellings and new tales, Bright's threads of the other--be they spirit, steam, or futuristic--have crafted tales well worthy of their addition to the speculative fiction canon, and I for one couldn't wait any longer to cheer their arrival." - 'Nathan Burgoine, author and finalist for the Lambda Literary and Aurora Awards