Martin Harry Greenberg, John Helfers
Daw Books, 2006 - Fiction - 307 pages
Literature often seeks to reinvent itself, melding disparate elements to create a new hybrid with cross genre appeal. Now twenty talented authors have taken on the challenge of flinging their creative talent into the slipstreams and seeing where it carries them. The results of this creative adventure are twenty stories that span the genres - a mountain man has an encounter with a very aggressive demon in Yellowstone Park; a butcher's widow whose discovery of a Dybbuk will offer a revelation about a legendary killer; Victoria Nelson's vampiric detective work leads her to a case where blood is the clue; the last survivor of his race, a wood carver travels the galaxy in search of a replacement for all that he has lost; Nicholas St. Claus has retired from the toy business to become a private investigator, but taking on the case of who melted Jack Frost might prove to be the biggest mistake he could make...
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