Redsine Eight

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Wildside Press LLC, May 1, 2002 - Fiction - 144 pages
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Redsine is a quarterly publication of dark fanstasy and horror short stories. Issue 8 includes fiction by Rhys Hughes, Gene O'Neill, Mark McLaughlin, and many others. Also includes an interview with Tim Powers.
 

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Contents

ELECKTRA DREAMS
17
TRAPDOOR
27
THE FACELESS
36
WITHIN TWILIGHT
49
LES AUTRES
57
THE WRONG STUFF
81
ONE DAY AT A TIME
88
SPIRIT OF RAGE
94
OCTOBER EYES
104
PAY PER VIEW
111
BROTHERS OF PASSION
130
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About the author (2002)

Trent Jamieson is an Australian writer. His first short story "Threnody" was published in 1994. His other works includes Slow and Ache, which won the 2005 Aurealis Award for best science fiction short story and Cracks, which won the 2008 Aurealis Award for best young-adult short story. Day Boy was the winner of the 2015 Aurealis Awards Best Fantasy Novel and Best Horror Novel. His novels include Death Most Definite, Managing Death and The Business of Death which are in the Death Works series. He wrote a duology which includes Roil and Night's Engines. Jamieson is a former teacher. He taught at Clarion South Writers Workshop and Queensland University of Technology. He was a magazine editor. And currently he is a bookseller in West End.

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