Demons!

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Gardner Dozois, Jack Dann
Baen Publishing Enterprises, Mar 15, 2013 - Fiction - 192 pages
Fantastic tales of devilish delights.

A collection of fourteen fantastic and frightening tales from such renowned writers as Stephen King, Harlan Ellison, and Jack Vance, featuring worlds inhabited by darkness, wicked devils, dark tords, playful imps, and shapechangers.

"The Willow Platform" by Joseph Payne Brennan
"The Night of White Bhairab" by Lucius Shepard
"The Mangler" by Stephen King
"The Last Demon" by Isaac Bashevis Singer
"The Golden Rope" by Tanith Lee
"Basileus" by Robert Silverberg
"Twilla" by Tom Reamy
"The Purple Pterodactyls" by L. Sprague de Camp
"Goslin Day" by Avram Davidson
"Nellthu" by Anthony Boucher
"Snulbug" by Anthony Boucher
"One Other" by Manly Wade Wellman
"An Ornament to His Profession" by Charles L. Harness

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Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
Section 14
Section 15
Copyright

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About the author (2013)

Karl Kofoed is a graphic artist with over 30 years of commercial experience. Karl describes himself as wearing two professional _hats”. He is owner of Kofoed Design, specializing in graphic design, illustration, photo retouching and restoration. Deep Ice is Karl s first venture into the world of traditional prose, and he has several other books waiting in the wings.

His other professional _hat” is that of a science fiction illustrator and writer. He is well known to the SF community and has done scores of book covers and interior book and magazine illustrations. Karl s Galactic Geographic© feature (GalacticGeographic.com) appears in Heavy Metal magazine. Using his Macintosh computer he has single handedly designed, written, illustrated, and produced the Galactic Geographic Annual 3003, which he describes as _a coffee table book from the future”. Published by Chrysalis/Paper Tiger Books, it is now available at book stores everywhere.

Karl and his wife Janet, a popular jewelry designer, live in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, USA; a suburb of Philadelphia. They each have a daughter named Lisa, from previous marriages.

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