Saturday, February 26, 2011


I'm pleased to be a part of Gaslight Arcanum, the third in a series of anthologies that began with GASLIGHT GRIMOIRE: FANTASTIC TALES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES (2008) and GASLIGHT GROTESQUE: NIGHTMARE TALES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES (2009)--- both still available, by the way.

Gaslight Arcanum (edited by J.R. Campbell and Charles Prepolec)

Table of Contents:
Introduction by Charles Prepolec

"The Comfort of the Seine" by Stephen Volk
"The Adventure of Lucifer’s Footprints" by Christopher Fowler 
"The Deadly Sin of Sherlock Holmes" by Tom English
"The Colour that Came to Chiswick" by William Meikle
"A Country Death" by Simon K. Unsworth
"From the Tree of Time" by Fred Saberhagen
"Sherlock Holmes and the Diving Bell" by Simon Clark
"The Executioner" by Lawrence C. Connolly
"Sherlock Holmes and the Great Game" by Kevin Cockle
"The Greatest Mystery" by Paul Kane
"The House of Blood" by Tony Richards
"The Adventure of the Six Maledictions" by Kim Newman

Cover art by Dave ElseyFrontispiece by Mike Mignola
Published by EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy, September 2011

Writer's Quote:
"A trusty comrade is always of use; and a chronicler still more so."
---Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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