An award winning, landmark anthology contains original, never before published works by Ray Bradbury, Gary A Braunbeck, Jason V Brock, Christopher Conlon, Norman Corwin, Cody Goodfellow, Earl Hamner, George Clayton Johnson, Nancy Kilpatrick, Joe R Lansdale, Richard Matheson, Richard Christian Matheson, Lisa Morton, Kurt Newton, William F Nolan, Dan O Bannon, Frank M RAn award winning, landmark anthology contains original, never before published works by Ray Bradbury, Gary A Braunbeck, Jason V Brock, Christopher Conlon, Norman Corwin, Cody Goodfellow, Earl Hamner, George Clayton Johnson, Nancy Kilpatrick, Joe R Lansdale, Richard Matheson, Richard Christian Matheson, Lisa Morton, Kurt Newton, William F Nolan, Dan O Bannon, Frank M Robinson, John Shirley, James Robert Smith, Steve Rasnic Tem, S T Joshi foreword , and John Tomerlin Cover art by Kris Kuksi.
The Bleeding Edge Dark Barriers Dark Frontiers An award winning landmark anthology contains original never before published works by Ray Bradbury Gary A Braunbeck Jason V Brock Christopher Conlon Norman Corwin Cody Goodfellow Earl Hamner
The GoodWith a collection of works from legends like: Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Dan O’Bannon, George Clayton Johnson, William F. Nolan, Earl Hamner, Joe R. Lansdale, and more, It is easy to see why people would want to own this book. I was pleasantly surprised when reading this book. I expected the contributions of such giants to be well-written, but what I didn’t see coming was the devilish charm that the “lesser-known” authors lent to this anthology.“Just a Suggestion” writte [...]
It only takes a short conversation with this book's editing team Jason V. Brock(of Dark Discoveries magazine) and William F. Nolan (Logan's Run and Dark Universe) to know they put a ton of work into this anthology. It's been a long time since an anthology had such a treasure trove of authors involved. Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson(Both father and son), Joe R. Lansdale, Dan O' Bannon, and Gary Braunbeck to name a few. More importantly for me personal favorites John Shirley, Lisa Morton and Cody [...]
Collection of old and new horror short stories & teleplays, with hits and misses. My favorite was Gary A. Braunbeck's "A Certain Disquieting Darkness".
(Dammit, I didn't make a note of when I started reading this. Probably within the month.)A solid collection with one weak point and a few very good ones. There was a distinct disunity of style and format (teleplays and scripts) that was actually rather appealing.The Bradbury story that opened the collection struck me as the weakest of the bunch, and it's pretty hard for me to say that; I love Bradbury. It felt almost absurd, and not much else. Contrast the script/vignette by the Mathesons, "Madr [...]
Not my reviews, but I will post online review links here:From Publisher's Weekly:Review From Cemetery Dance (about the mass signing):'Back from the EDGE' From Horror Drive-In:BLEEDING EDGE Review From The Zone:Book Review There are MANY others, but that's enough for now+++++
This is the trade edition signed by William F. Nolan and Jason V. Brock and is one of four hundred printed. There are also 100 copies of the limited edition signed by all contributors.