Poe's Lighthouse: All New Collaborations with Edgar Allan Poe

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Christopher Conlon
Cemetery Dance, 2006 - Fiction - 326 pages
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Various authors were given the task to take a little-known, unfinished story fragment written by Edgar Allan Poe near the end of his life and finish it, using Poe's language, images, and ideas.

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User Review  - jshillingford - LibraryThing

Awesome book! When Edgar Allen Poe dies, he left behind a fragment of a story. Here 23 authors were asked to complete the story, but they had to use Poe's language and writing style. 23 completely different version of the "same" story. Read full review


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Christopher Conlon is a writer, poet, and editor whose best-known book is his Richard Matheson tribute anthology He Is Legend, a Bram Stoker Award-winning compilation of original stories from Stephen King, Joe Hill, Whitley Strieber, and many others. He has written novels, including the Stoker Award finalist Midnight on Mourn Street, along with volumes of poems, collections of short stories, and a stage play. He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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