E is for Evil contains twenty-six individual stories which each shine a different light on the multi-faceted idea that is evil. Running the gamut from lyrical fantasy to gritty horror in these stories possessed toys, hellish bureaucrats, scientists with questionable morals, abusive partners and even lingerie sellers all take their turn in the spotlight.
Featuring fresh new stories from Michael Fosburg, Lynn Hardaker, Stephanie A. Cain, Andrew Bourelle, Suzanne J. Willis, Samantha Kymmell-Harvey, Hal J. Friesen, C.S. MacCath, Michael B. Tager, Jonathan C. Parrish, Amanda C. Davis, Lilah Wild, Sara Cleto, Alexandra Seidel, Mary Alexandra Agner, Cory Cone, Jeanne Kramer-Smyth, Beth Cato, Laura VanArendonk Baugh, Megan Engelhardt, Danielle Davis, Brittany Warman, BD Wilson, L.S. Johnson, Pete Aldin and Michael M. Jones.
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“E is for Evil is a fun, quirky, and thoroughly entertaining anthology which is sure to have something for every type of reader. It is absolutely worth the time for anyone who enjoys imaginative and thought-provoking literature.”
“This is a wonderful, diverse short story collection. The theme is “evil.” Some stories come at the theme directly and others obliquely, but every one of them fits.
There are 26 stories, one for each letter of the alphabet. Part of the fun is figuring out the full title of each story, which is only revealed at the end. I hit about half of them on the head, and came close on most of the rest, but there were a few where I thought “why didn’t I think of that” when I read the title.
Definitely recommend this one for sf/fantasy/horror fans.”
“This anthology is the right sort of mix. Often you see ‘horror’ as gore and there is so much more to it than that. Horror can represent so many things. I’m not really a horror fan and read this book because a friend asked me to try it. I can say that I’m really glad I did. The creativity and ingenuity that the authors have actually made it pretty hard to put down and for a mother of a toddler… well, we are ALWAYS able to put things down in a hurry. In this case, not so much… had to start reading it during nap times and at bed… NOT the best time to read horror, but it may have changed my mind when it comes to reading horror in the future. No two stories are the same. If you love horror… or you want to experience horror on a level that is beyond guts and gore (though it has some of that too) I highly recommend trying this anthology.“