A Nightjar Sextet

The NightJaw Syndrome

A FEW ALTERATIONS by Jordan Harrison-Twist

STATIC by Justine Bothwick

RETURN by David Frankel

ON MIRRORS by Ben Tufnell

BAT WALK by Shirley Stephenson

A VISIT TO THE BONESETTER by Christopher Burns

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NightJar, NightJaw, NightJour, NuitJour, NightDay, NightLight, NightJourney

NIGHTJAR PRESS 2021

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Best British Short Stories 2011

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Series editor NICHOLAS ROYLE
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SALT PUBLISHING
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Featuring stories by: David Rose, Hilary Mantel, Lee Rourke, Leone Ross, Claire Massey, Christopher Burns, Adam Marek, SJ Butler, Heather Leach, Alan Beard, Kirsty Logan, Philip Langeskov, Bernie McGill, John Burnside, Robert Edric, Michèle Roberts, Dai Vaughan, Alison Moore and Salley Vickers.

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The Best Horror of the Year – Volume 9

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Nesters – Siobhan Carroll The Oestridae – Robert Levy The Process Is a Process All Its Own – Peter Straub The Bad Hour – Christopher Golden Red Rabbit – Steve Rasnic Tem It’s All the Same Road in the End – Brian Hodge Fury – DB Waters Grave Goods – Gemma Files Between Dry Ribs – Gregory Norman Bossert The Days of Our Lives – Adam L. G. Nevill The House of Wonders – C.E. Ward The Numbers – Christopher Burns Bright Crown of Joy – Livia Llewellyn The Beautiful Thing We Will Become – Kristi DeMeester Wish You Were Here – Nadia Bulkin Ragman – Rebecca Lloyd What’s Out There? – Gary McMahon No Matter Which Way We Turned – Brian Evenson The Castellmarch Man – Ray Cluley The Ice Beneath Us – Steve Duffy On These Blackened Shores of Time – Brian Hodge

Edited by Ellen Datlow

Night Shade Books 2017

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