Monday, June 17, 2013

Dark Duets

As a few people might have figured out already, I really kind of dig collaborations. They add a new dimension to working on a project and if you're working with the right person, they are just plain a lot of fun. I ahve been very, very lucky when it comes to the people I've collaborated with, and this is absolutely no exception. 

So, Christopher Golden came up with a delightfully warped notion: take authors that he knows and likes and ask them to work with OTHER authors that he knows and likes, with one proviso: They could never have worked with that other author before. This is the end result:





I am delighted to work with Nate Kenyon on a story. Nate was a wonderful to work with and came up with a truly fun story idea that was great to explore. I am equally delighted to be in a book with all of the following people, because, wow, that's a lot of talent. 

 Table of Contents:

DARK DUETS: New Tales of Horror and Dark Fantasy will be published in January, 2014 by Harper Voyager. Edited by Christopher Golden, it features an extraordinary lineup of collaborative stories, with the authors of each story collaborating for the very first time. And here they are!
TRIP TRAP -- by Sherrilyn Kenyon & Kevin J. Anderson
WELDED -- by Tom Piccirilli & T.M. Wright
DARK WITNESS -- by Charlaine Harris & Rachel Caine
REPLACING MAX -- by Stuart MacBride & Allan Guthrie
T. RHYMER -- by Gregory Frost & Jonathan Maberry
SHE, DOOMED GIRL -- by Sarah MacLean & Carrie Ryan
HAND JOB -- by Chelsea Cain & Lidia Yuknavitch
HOLLOW CHOICES -- by Robert Jackson Bennett & David Liss
AMUSE-BOUCHE -- by Amber Benson & Jeffrey J. Mariotte
BRANCHES, CURVING -- by Tim Lebbon & Michael Marshall Smith
RENASCENCE – by Rhodi Hawk and F. Paul Wilson
BLIND LOVE -- by Kasey Lansdale & Joe R. Lansdale
TRAPPER BOY -- by Holly Newstein & Rick Hautala
STEWARD OF THE BLOOD -- by Nate Kenyon & James A. Moore
CALCULATING ROUTE -- by Michael Koryta & Jeffrey David Greene
SISTERS BEFORE MISTERS -- by Sarah Rees Brennan, Cassandra Clare, and
Holly Black
SINS LIKE SCARLET -- by Mark Morris & Rio Youers

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