Annal: 2002 Bram Stoker Award for Poetry Collection

Results of the Bram Stoker Award in the year 2002.

Book:The Gossamer Eye

The Gossamer Eye

Mark McLaughlin, Rain Graves, David Niall Wilson

The Gossamer Eye is a book of poetry, and some fiction, too, by a new breed of wordsmiths. Mark McLaughlin, Rain Graves and David Niall Wilson—the three authors represented in this collection—write in numerous speculative genres, with an emphasis on horror and dark fantasy. They give readings of their work at conventions and other literary venues, and are active in various national writers’ groups. Their fiction often appears in major anthologies, but they haven’t forgotten that poetry is an important part of their creative lives.

Their writings breathe new life into the world of dark verse. They prove that the poetry of the macabre can be much more than just the silken, sad rustling of purple curtains. They explore many new avenues of expression—with wit, humor, anger, and always, passion. …[more]



Charlee Jacob

Delirium’s second collection by Charlee Jacob features 7 short stories, 3 brand new novelettes and a collection of poetry, Night Unmasked, in the same volume! Charlee is becoming one of the hottest new horror authors on the scene, having just released her mass market debut novel This Symbiotic Fascination through Leisure Books. This new collection showcases her unique talents as one of the premier storytellers of the genre.

Book:Night Smoke

Night Smoke

Bruce Boston

Book:This Cape Is Red Because I've Been Bleeding

This Cape Is Red Because I've Been Bleeding

Tom Piccirilli, Caniglia

A hauntingly beautiful poetry collection by Stoker-award winning author Tom Piccirilli. Features cover art by Caniglia.

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