8 Stories from THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR on Ellen Datlow’s “Long List” for Best Horror of the Year

One’s taste in art is, of course, highly subjective. However, if you share editor Ellen Datlow’s predilections for horror fiction, you might want to know that 8 stories from THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR (edited by Josh Schlossberg, published by Denver Horror Collective), made it onto her “long list” for Best Horror of the Year #14.

“The Hand of Fire” by Daniel Braum

“The Last Plague” by KD Casey

“On Seas of Blood and Salt” by Richard Dansky

“Bread and Salt” by Elana Gomel

“How to Build a Sukkah at the End of the World” by Lindsey King-Miller

“The Rabbi’s Wife” by Simon Rosenberg

“Ba’alat Ov” by Brenda Tolian

“A Purim Story” by Emily Ruth Verona

THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR is available online and in bookstores around the world.

“READ INDIE HORROR” T-Shirts Only $12.50 Until Sunday @ Midnight!

Pick up one of Denver Horror Collective’s new “READ INDIE HORROR” T-shirts for only $12.50 (half price) until Sunday at midnight at Threadless.

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Plus several other T-shirt styles for Men, Women, and Children, as well as sweaters, hoodies, tank tops, and a whole bunch more.

Terror Tuesday: ALTERNATIVE HOLIDAYS edited by Alicia Hilton

ALTERNATIVE HOLIDAYS (edited by Alicia Hilton and Bob Brown) is an anthology that takes a dark—and sometimes humorous—look at many of our favorite holidays.

You will be transported from the bottom of the sea to Mount Olympus, from shopping malls in hell to a bathtub in a cheap motel. Cthulhu awakens. Cupid becomes a vigilante. Santa grants deadly wishes. And that is just the beginning of your journey into alternative visions of the holidays we know, love, and sometimes fear.

Be prepared to be shocked, titillated, and petrified. Alternative Holidays presents 43 works by award-winning and critically acclaimed authors of horror, science fiction, fantasy, and mystery.