Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Demons Of The New Year: An Anthology Of Horror Fiction From The Philippines

Demons Of The New Year: An Anthology Of Horror Fiction From The Philippines, is set to be launched on November 29, 2013. It is edited by Karl de Mesa and Philippine Genre Stories contributor Joseph Nacino. The cover design is by Oscar Bryan Alvarez and Wyxie Carolina, and the book is published by U.P. Press. Here's the table of contents:

The Magdalene Fist (expanded) by Karl de Mesa and illustrated by Gani Simpliciano
The Kambubulag by Catherine Batac Walder 
Salot by Eliza Victoria
The Different Degrees of Night by Don Jaucian 
K-10 Mushroom by Marguerite Alcazaren de Leon  
Dark Moving Houses by Tyron Caliente 
Best Served Cold by Rommel Santos
Demon Gaga by Carljoe Javier 
Uno Grotesquerie by Yvette Tan 
Little Hands, Little Feet by Kenneth Yu
Brother and Sister by Dean Francis Alfar  
More details on the launch will soon be announced by the editors. 


Blogger Ann Ann said...

You must be able to relax and soul, and body. So that's this collection of funny situations with cute and angelic children - clear evidence - kami.com.ph. All their integrity inside-out and this leaves only the most positive emotions and impressions. All Peace and Goodness! And yes, like children!

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Blogger Victor Kr said...

Cool Christmas stories - very fun!.. And new year soon... But some will not meet this new year's holiday, for example, because Woman Plunges To Death From Treetop Attraction https://kami.com.ph/57847-woman-plunges-to-death-from-treetop-attraction.html - this is real horror, very sorry for this poor thing, perhaps this is fate, do you think?

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