Evermore (book)

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Evermore
Evermore.jpg
Dust-jacket illustration Evermore
Author edited by James Robert Smith and Stephen Mark Rainey
Country United States
Language English
Genre horror short stories
Publisher Arkham House
Publication date
2006
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages viii, 237 pp
ISBN 0-87054-185-4
OCLC 77516291

Evermore is an anthology of short stories about or in honor of Edgar Allan Poe and edited by James Robert Smith and Stephen Mark Rainey. It was released in 2006 by Arkham House in an edition of approximately 2,000 copies.

Contents[edit]

Evermore contains the following tales:

  1. "Introduction", by James Robert Smith and Stephen Mark Rainey
  2. "All Beauty Sleeps", by Joel Lane
  3. "The Clockwork Horror", by F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre
  4. "The Impelled", by Gary Fry
  5. "The Resurrections of Fortunato", by John Morressy
  6. "They Call Me Eddie", by Rick Hautala & Thomas F. Monteleone
  7. "Cloud by Night", by Melanie Tem
  8. "Poe 103", by Ken Goldman
  9. "From the Wall, a Whisper", by Kealan Patrick Burke
  10. "When It Was Moonlight", by Manly Wade Wellman
  11. "In Articulo Mortis", by Trey R. Baker
  12. "Night Writing", by Charlee Jacob
  13. "Of Persephone, Poe, and the Whisperer", by Tom Piccirilli
  14. "An Author and His Character", by Vincent Starrett
  15. "The Masque of Edgar Allan Poe", by Steve Rasnic Tem
  16. "The White Cat", by Fred Chappell
  17. Evermore Contributor Bios

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