Be Very Afraid!: More Tales of Horror

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Edo Van Belkom
Tundra Books, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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In the past, the real horror in horror stories took the form of aliens from outer space or terrifying swamp monsters. Today’s teens face horrors that are closer to home: guns, alcohol abuse, eating disorders, bullies. Winner of the Aurora and Bram Stoker Awards, Edo van Belkom has gathered tales about modern-day terrors from some of North America’s best horror writers. This new spine-chilling collection includes stories by Michael J. Aruda, Randy D. Ashburn, Loren L. Barrett, Edo van Belkom, Mark A. Garland, Ed Greenwood, Tanya Huff, Michael Kelly, David Nickle, Tim Piccirilli, Edmund Plante, Michael Rowe, Robert J. Sawyer, and Sheri White.

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Driving a Bargain Robert J Sawyer
Darkness Edmund Plante
In Your Dreams Mark A Garland

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About the author (2002)

Bram Stoker and Aurora Award winner Edo van Belkom is the author of 200 stories of horror, science fiction, fantasy, and mystery. In addition to winning the 1997 Stoker Award from the Horror Writers Association for “Rat Food” (co-authored with David Nickle), he won the Aurora Award (Canada's top prize for speculative writing) in 1999 for the short story, “Hockey's Night in Canada.”

As an editor, he has four anthologies to his credit, The Aurora Awards, Northern Horror and Be Afraid! (A Canadian Library Association Young Adult Book of the Year finalist) and Be Very Afraid! (Tundra Books, October 2002). Edo van Belkom is also the author of “Mark Dalton: Owner/Operator” an on-going adventure serial published monthly in

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