2 de novembro de 2011

Weird Fiction Review

WeirdFictionReview.com is an ongo­ing explo­ration into all facets of the weird, from the clas­sics to the next gen­er­a­tion of weird writ­ers and inter­na­tional weird. Reviews, inter­views, short essays, comics, and occa­sional fiction.
O novo website de Ann VanderMeer e Jeff VanderMeer, anunciado quando Ann deixou o cargo de editora da Weird Tales, já se encontra online desde ontem. Para além do website, os VanderMeer lançaram também a antologia The Weird: A Compendium of Strange and Dark Stories, cuja tabela de conteúdos pode ser consultada abaixo:

  • Alfred Kubin, “The Other Side” (excerpt), 1908 (trans­la­tion, Austria)
  • F. Mar­ion Craw­ford, “The Scream­ing Skull,” 1908
  • Alger­non Black­wood, “The Wil­lows,” 1907
  • Saki, “Sredni Vashtar,” 1910
  • M.R. James, “Cast­ing the Runes,” 1911
  • Lord Dun­sany, “How Nuth Would Have Prac­ticed his Art,” 1912
  • Gus­tav Meyrink, “The Man in the Bot­tle,” 1912 (trans­la­tion, Austria)
  • Georg Heym, “The Dis­sec­tion,” 1913 (new trans­la­tion by Gio Clair­val, Germany)
  • Hanns Heinz Ewers, “The Spi­der,” 1915 (trans­la­tion, Germany)
  • Rabindranath Tagore, “The Hun­gry Stones,” 1916 (India)
  • Luigi Ugolini, “The Veg­etable Man,” 1917 (new trans­la­tion by Anna and Bren­dan Con­nell, Italy; first-ever trans­la­tion into English)
  • Mer­ritt, “The Peo­ple of the Pit,” 1918
  • Ryuno­suke Aku­ta­gawa, “The Hell Screen,” 1918 (new trans­la­tion, Japan)
  • Fran­cis Stevens (Gertrude Bar­rows Ben­nett), “UnseenUnfeared,” 1919
  • Franz Kafka, “In the Penal Colony,” 1919 (trans­la­tion, German/Czech)
  • Ste­fan Gra­bin­ski, “The White Weyrak,” 1921 (trans­la­tion, Poland)
  • H.F. Arnold, “The Night Wire,” 1926
  • H.P. Love­craft, “The Dun­wich Hor­ror,” 1929
  • Mar­garet Irwin, “The Book,” 1930
  • Jean Ray, “The Mainz Psalter,” 1930 (trans­la­tion, Belgium)
  • Jean Ray, “The Shad­owy Street,” 1931 (trans­la­tion, Belgium)
  • Clark Ash­ton Smith, “Genius Loci,” 1933
  • Hagi­wara Saku­taro, “The Town of Cats,” 1935 (trans­la­tion, Japan)
  • Hugh Wal­pole, “The Tarn,” 1936
  • Bruno Schulz, “Sana­to­rium at the Sign of the Hour­glass,” 1937 (trans­la­tion, Poland)
  • Robert Bar­bour John­son, “Far Below,” 1939
  • Fritz Leiber, “Smoke Ghost,” 1941
  • Leonora Car­ring­ton, “White Rab­bits,” 1941
  • Don­ald Woll­heim, “Mimic,” 1942
  • Ray Brad­bury, “The Crowd,” 1943
  • William San­som, “The Long Sheet,” 1944
  • Jorge Luis Borges, “The Aleph,” 1945 (trans­la­tion, Argentina)
  • Olympe Bhely-Quenum, “A Child in the Bush of Ghosts,” 1949 (Benin)
  • Shirley Jack­son, “The Sum­mer Peo­ple,” 1950
  • Mar­garet St. Clair, “The Man Who Sold Rope to the Gnoles,” 1951
  • Robert Bloch, “The Hun­gry House,” 1951
  • Augusto Mon­ter­roso, “Mis­ter Tay­lor,” 1952 (new trans­la­tion by Larry Nolen, Guatemala)
  • Amos Tutuola, “The Com­plete Gen­tle­man,” 1952 (Nigeria)
  • Jerome Bixby, “It’s a Good Life,” 1953
  • Julio Cor­tazar, “Axolotl,” 1956 (new trans­la­tion by Gio Clair­val, Argentina)
  • William San­som, “A Woman Sel­dom Found,” 1956
  • Charles Beau­mont, “The Howl­ing Man,” 1959
  • Mervyn Peake, “Same Time, Same Place,” 1963
  • Dino Buz­zati, “The Colomber,” 1966 (new trans­la­tion by Gio Clair­val, Italy)
  • Michel Bernanos, “The Other Side of the Moun­tain,” 1967 (new trans­la­tion by Gio Clair­val, France)
  • Merce Rodor­eda, “The Sala­man­der,” 1967 (trans­la­tion, Catalan)
  • Claude Seignolle, “The Ghoul­bird,” 1967 (new trans­la­tion by Gio Clair­val, France)
  • Gahan Wil­son, “The Sea Was Wet As Wet Could Be,” 1967
  • Daphne Du Mau­rier, “Don’t Look Now,” 1971
  • Robert Aick­man, “The Hos­pice,” 1975
  • Den­nis Etchi­son, “It Only Comes Out at Night,” 1976
  • James Tip­tree Jr. (Alice Shel­don), “The Psy­chol­o­gist Who Wouldn’t Do Awful Things to Rats,” 1976
  • Eric Basso, “The Beak Doc­tor,” 1977
  • Jamaica Kin­caid, “Mother,” 1978 (Antigua and Barbuda/US)
  • George R.R. Mar­tin, “Sand­kings,” 1979
  • Bob Leman, “Win­dow,” 1980
  • Ram­sey Camp­bell, “The Brood,” 1980
  • Michael Shea, “The Autopsy,” 1980
  • William Gibson/John Shirley, “The Belong­ing Kind,” 1981
  • M. John Har­ri­son, “Egnaro,” 1981
  • Joanna Russ, “The Lit­tle Dirty Girl,” 1982
  • M. John Har­ri­son, “The New Rays,” 1982
  • Pre­men­dra Mitra, “The Dis­cov­ery of Tele­napota,” 1984 (trans­la­tion, India)
  • F. Paul Wil­son, “Soft,” 1984
  • Octavia But­ler, “Blood­child,” 1984
  • Clive Barker, “In the Hills, the Cities,” 1984
  • Leena Krohn, “Tainaron,” 1985 (trans­la­tion, Finland)
  • Garry Kil­worth, “Hog­foot Right and Bird-hands,” 1987
  • Lucius Shep­ard, “Shades,” 1987
  • Har­lan Elli­son, “The Func­tion of Dream Sleep,” 1988
  • Ben Okri, “Worlds That Flour­ish,” 1988 (Nigeria)
  • Eliz­a­beth Hand, “The Boy in the Tree,” 1989
  • Joyce Carol Oates, “Fam­ily,” 1989
  • Poppy Z Brite, “His Mouth Will Taste of Worm­wood,” 1990
  • Michal Ajvaz, “The End of the Gar­den,” 1991 (trans­la­tion, Czech)
  • Karen Joy Fowler, “The Dark,” 1991
  • Kathe Koja, “Angels in Love,” 1991
  • Haruki Murakami, “The Ice Man,” 1991 (trans­la­tion, Japan)
  • Lisa Tut­tle, “Replace­ments,” 1992
  • Marc Laid­law, “The Diane Arbus Sui­cide Port­fo­lio,” 1993
  • Steven Utley, “The Coun­try Doc­tor,” 1993
  • William Brown­ing Spenser, “The Ocean and All Its Devices,” 1994
  • Jef­frey Ford, “The Del­i­cate,” 1994
  • Mar­tin Simp­son, “Last Rites and Res­ur­rec­tions,” 1994
  • Stephen King, “The Man in the Black Suit,” 1994
  • Angela Carter, “The Snow Pavil­ion,” 1995
  • Craig Padawer, “The Meat Gar­den,” 1996
  • Stepan Chap­man, “The Stiff and the Stile,” 1997
  • Tanith Lee, “Yel­low and Red,” 1998
  • Kelly Link, “The Specialist’s Hat,” 1998
  • Caitlin R. Kier­nan, “A Redress for Androm­eda,” 2000
  • Michael Chabon, “The God of Dark Laugh­ter,” 2001
  • China Mieville, “Details,” 2002
  • Michael Cisco, “The Genius of Assas­sins,” 2002
  • Neil Gaiman, “Feed­ers and Eaters,” 2002
  • Jeff Van­der­Meer, “The Cage,” 2002
  • Jef­frey Ford, “The Beau­ti­ful Gel­reesh,” 2003
  • Thomas Lig­otti, “The Town Man­ager,” 2003
  • Brian Even­son, “The Broth­er­hood of Muti­la­tion,” 2003
  • Mark Samuels, “The White Hands,” 2003
  • Daniel Abra­ham, “Flat Diana,” 2004
  • Margo Lana­gan, “Singing My Sis­ter Down,” 2005 (Australia)
  • T.M. Wright, “The Peo­ple on the Island,” 2005
  • Laird Bar­ron, “The For­est,” 2007
  • Liz Williams, “The Hide,” 2007
  • Reza Negarestani, “The Dust Enforcer,” 2008 (Iran)
  • Micaela Mor­ris­sette, “The Famil­iars,” 2009
  • Steve Duffy, “In the Lion’s Den,” 2009
  • Stephen Gra­ham Jones, “Lit­tle Lambs,” 2009
  • K.J. Bishop, “Sav­ing the Glee­ful Horse,” 2010 (Australia)

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