Table of Contents of The Best Horror of the Year volume Six

I’m re-posting this on my blog as I didn’t have a blog when I originally posted to FB.
The book will be out from Night Shade in early June.
“Apports” by Stephen Bacon (Black Static, #36)
“Mr. Splitfoot” by Dale Bailey (Queen Victoria’s Book of Spells, eds. Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, Tor Books)
“The Good Husband” by Nathan Ballingrud (North American Lake Monsters, Small Beer Press)
“The Tiger” by Nina Allan (Terror Tales of London, ed. Paul Finch, Gray Friar Press)
“The House on Cobb Street” by Lynda E. Rucker (Nightmare, June 2013)
“The Soul in the Bell Jar” by K.J. Kabza (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November/December 2013)
“Call Out” by Stephen Toase (Innsmouth Magazine, #12)
“That Tiny Flutter of the Heart I Used to Call Love” by Robert Shearman (Psycho-Mania!, ed. Stephen Jones, Constable & Robinson)
“Bones of Crow” by Ray Cluley (Black Static, #37)
“Introduction to the Body in Fairy Tales” by Jeannine Hall Gailey (Phantom Drift, #3)
“The Fox” by Conrad Williams (This is Horror chapbook)
“The Tin House” by Simon Clark (Shadow Masters, ed. Jeani Rector, Imajin Books)
“Stemming the Tide” by Simon Strantzas (Dead North, ed. Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Exile Editions)
“The Anatomist’s Mnemonic” by Priya Sharma (Black Static, #32)
“The Monster Makers” by Steve Rasnic Tem (Black Static, #35)
“The Only Ending We Have” by Kim Newman (Psycho-Mania!, ed. Stephen Jones, Constable & Robinson)
“The Dog’s Paw” by Derek Künsken (Chilling Tales: In Words, Alas, Drown I, ed. Michael Kelly, EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing)
“Fine in the Fire” by Lee Thomas (Like Light For Flies, Lethe Press)
“Majorlena” by Jane Jakeman (Supernatural Tales, #24)
“The Withering” by Tim Casson (Black Static, #32)
“Down to a Sunless Sea” by Neil Gaiman (The
“Jaws of Saturn” by Laird Barron (The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All, Night Shade Books)
“Halfway Home” by Linda Nagata (Nightmare, September 2013)
“The Same Deep Waters as You” by Brian Hodge (Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth, ed. Stephen Jones, Fedogan & Bremer)

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