By Thomas F. Monteleone

FINALLY IN DIGITAL – Edited by Thomas Monteleone – the breakthrough anthology BORDERLANDS is ready to entertain, thrill, and challenge a new generation of readers. Complete with the original introductions to each story by editor Thomas Monteleone.

The cancer that whistles…
The man who peels souls…A High-tech corporation’s fearsome “Pounding Room”…
The hottest sex this side of Hell…

Prepare to cross over the cutting edge into a hitherto unexplored region–where imagination soars on leather wings, feeding its most loathsome desires…driven by its deepest, most hideous needs. Few writers have had the talent to map this uncharted terrain–fewer still, the raw, cold nerve even to seek it out. But now Karl Edward Wagner, T.E.D.Klein, and many other stunningly innovative masters of the grotesque are ready to lead you beyond terror’s farthest frontiers…to confront the unspeakable nightmares that lurk in the darkest hidden corners of the mind. Welcome to the BORDERLANDS.


The Calling–David B. Silva
Glass Eyes–Nancy Holder
The Grass of Remembrance–John DeChancie
On the Nightmare Express–Francis J. Matozzo
The Pounding Room–Bentley Little
Peeling it Off–Darrel Schweitzer
The Raw and the Cooked –Michael Green
His Mouth Will Taste of Wormwood–Poppy Z. Brite
Oh, What a Swell Guy Am I–Jeffrey Osier
Delia and the Dinner Party–John Shirley
Suicide Note–Lee Moler
Stillborn–Nina Kriki Hoffman
Ladder–T.E.D. Klein
Muscae Volitantes–Chet Williamson
The Man in the Long Black Sedan–Ed Gorman
His Frozen Heart–Jack Hunter Daves, Jr.
Evelyn Grace–Thomas Tessier
By the Light of the Silvery Moon–Les Daniels
A Younger Woman–David B. Silva
But You’ll Never Follow Me–Karl Edward Wagner
Stephen–Elizabeth Massie
Alexandra–Charles L. Grant
The Good Book–G. Wayne Miller
By Bizarre Hands–Joe R. Lansdale

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