|Author:||Charles L. Grant
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In this book, keyed to the seasons, Grant gives us...face to skull confrontation with Death, variously personified as a man/serpent, eliminating its romantic rivals, a little girl who gives her mother's admirers violence and lightning, a faceless motorcycle gang, and a shadow in a black raincoat... .some of Grant's best work yet.
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- Nightmare Seasons (9780523480763) Charles L. Grant
Product Details: Publisher: Tor Books (May 1983) Language: English ISBN-10: 0523480768. ISBN-13: 978-0523480763. Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.2 x 0.8 inches. Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces. Tags: Nightmare Seasons ...
- Nightmare Seasons Volume 1 - Hellnotes
Necon Ebooks has released Necon Classic Horror #21: The Complete Short Fiction Of Charles L. Grant Volume I: Nightmare Seasons for only $4.99. Description: The first book in Necon's Complete Short Fiction of Charles L. Grant, originally ...
- The Stars at Noonday: Nightmare Seasons
Until recently, one name on that list was the late Charles L. Grant, known both as an author in his own right and as an editor of anthologies, including the widely-acclaimed Shadows series and the shared-world milieu of ...
- The Complete Stories of Charles L. Grant: Nightmare Seasons ...
Looking for some great horror fiction to read? Necon E-Books has come out with loads of fantastic ebooks that are sure to please the most discriminating fans of the genre. I will periodically review some of the excellent horror ...
- The Stars at Noonday: Three by Charles L. Grant
... the past few nights reading the remaining Charles L. Grant books I bought. In addition to Night Visions 1, there were three more Oxrun Station novella collections, all done along the lines of the first, Nightmare Seasons.
- Kathryn Ptacek & Charles L. Grant News - Hellnotes
Kathryn Ptacek & Charles L. Grant News. posted by Dave. Kathryn Ptacek's ... The book also contains an essay, ?Oxrun Station,? by Grant and reprints ?Now There Comes a Darker Day? from Nightmare Seasons. The Hour of the Oxrun Dead ...
- Too Much Horror Fiction: Charles L. Grant: The Oxrun Station ...
From my research it seems that Nightmare Seasons (1982) was the first Oxrun title that Tor published, though it was the sixth in series; we can assume this was the beginning of that stylized cover art. This one is actually a ...
- No Rest for the Wicked: Missing Charles L. Grant--One More Empty ...
Charlie's contributions as a writer are well known, both novels and short stories (and novellas, as in my favorite Grant book, NIGHTMARE SEASONS), but his greatest influence came through his work as the master anthologist ...
- Two More Grant Titles From Crossroads Press - Hellnotes
Charles L. Grant (1942-2006) won a World Fantasy Award for his novella collection Nightmare Seasons, a Nebula Award in 1976 for his short story ?A Crowd of Shadows,? and another Nebula Award in 1978 for his novella ?A Glow of Candles, ...
- Das Arraybernerd: World Fantasy Awards of the 1980's
Novella - Tie between "Confess the Seasons" by Charles L. Grant and "Beyond Any Measure" by Karl Edward Wagner Short Fiction - "The Gorgon" by Tanith Lee Anthology/Collection - Nightmare Seasons by Charles L. Grant
- The Stars at Noonday: Night Visions 1
As it happens, there's only one that meets my criteria: the very first, which includes stories by Charles L. Grant, Steve Rasnic Tem, and Tanith Lee. I've almost ordered it half a dozen times over the past few months, but after enjoying Nightmare Seasons so much, I finally took the plunge. The book arrived yesterday, and having nothing better to do with my evening I read the whole thing. As I finished the Charles L. Grant section, it occurred to me that the three-contributor ...
- :Una vida de novela:.: Horror - Lo mejor del terror contemporArrayneo ...
Charles L. Grant, compilador de la antologArraya, es el mejor especialista en trabajos de selecciArrayn dentro de este gArraynero. ... Una de las mejores cosas es la introducciArrayn, muy breve, que hace Charles L. Grant a cada relato. .... Other Stories (1981); Nightmare Seasons (1982); Night Visions #1 (1984); Black Wine (1986); The Orchard (1986); Dialing The Wind (1989); The Black Carousel (1995); Scream Quietly: The Best of Charles L. Grant (2011) edited by Stephen Jones.
- Necon E-Books will be at Anthocon | New England Horror Writers
Necon E-books will soon be offering the Complete Short Fiction of Charles L. Grant. There will be eight volumes in this series. Volume 1: Nightmare Seasons, Volume 2: The Orchard, Volume 3: Dialing the Wind, Volume 4: ...
- Le Prix World Fantasy - Les dossiers SF du cafard
... ex-Arrayquo : Array Beyond All Measure Array de Karl Edward Wagner * NOVELLA : ex-Arrayquo : Array Confess the Seasons Array de Charles L. Grant; NOUVELLE : Array The Gorgon Array de Tanith Lee; ANTHOLOGIE / RECUEIL : Nightmare Seasons de Charles L.
- Too Much Horror Fiction: The Orchard by Charles L. Grant (1986 ...
Charles L. Grant championed these hallmarks of old-fashioned horror tales, even in spite of their simplicity, their overuse, indeed, their corniness, because he knew in the right hands such subtle details would build up to an overall mood of dis- ease and weirdness. Evoking fear of the unknown, not the revelation of ... Grant had at least 3 more of these 4-novella "novels": Nightmare Seasons, The Black Carousel, and Dialing the Wind. All of them are worth checking out.