A 21st Century Bestiary
The magic of bestiaries, or dictionaries of mythological creatures, has been captivating the human imagination since ancient times. Now, Stone Skin Press brings a fresh take on these compendiums of the fantastic with its latest anthology—Gods, Memes and Monsters. Featuring over sixty authors, this stunning international volume offers entries and short stories that range from the horrific to the humorous. The bestiary shed lights on familiar beasts that are coping in our modern era, including gorgons, minotaurs, and mantichores. It also introduces newly discovered creatures such as meme mosquitoes, trashsquatches, and urbantelopes that are thriving in the cyber age.
The authors include:
Sam Agro * Peter Ball * David Barnes * Jonathan Blum * Dennis Bolen * Rupert Booth * Emily Care Boss * Charlene Challenger * Jean-Francois Chenier * Peter Chiykowski * Richard Dansky * Dennis Detwiller * Peter Dubé * Julia Ellingboe * Chad Fifer * Peter Freeman * JM Frey * Ed Greenwood * Dave Gross * Gareth Hanrahan * Kenneth Hite * Jonathan Howard * Sandra Kasturi * Nancy Kilpatrick * Kathryn Kuitenbrower * Chris Lackey * Robin Laws * Laura Lush * Nick Mamatas * Silvia Moreno-Garcia *Patrick O’Duffy * Jerry Schaefer * Ekaterina Sedia * Greg Stafford * Greg Stolze * Molly Tanzer * John Tynes * Monica Valentinelli * Myna Wallin * James Wallis * Kyla Ward * Jim Webster * Kurt Zubatiuk
…and many, many more.
Pub Date: 1 July 2015
Format: B Format – 198x129mm
Extent: 310 pages
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What does it mean, “ebook: Included”? Is there an e-book, and if yes, where one can buy it?
When you buy the print book, you get the ebooks (PDF, EPUB and MOBI) free with your purchase. The ebooks are also available for sale in the store.
Thank you! I’ve missed the fact that there is an e-book store here.