Thursday, October 28, 2010

UPDATE: Cover Art - Those Who Fight Monsters edited by Justin Gustainis

UPDATE: Thanks to editor Justin Gustainis, I have revised the TOC with full details about the stories and series (if applicable). Thanks Justin!

Here is the cover for Those Who Fight Monsters edited by Justin Gustainis, an anthology I am eagerly awaiting with a superstar line-up of urban fantasy writers. Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing will be releasing it in March 2011. TOC is below and if you happen to be able to fill in any of the gap, please leave a note in the comments.

TWFM-cover
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  • Introduction: Down These Mean Crypts a (Wo)Man Must Walk
    by Justin Gustainis
  • An Ace in the Hole (a Sazi story)
    by C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp
  • Running Wild (an Outcast Season story)
    by Rachel Caine
  • Dusted (a Casa Nostradamus story)
    by Laura Anne Gilman
  • Soul Stains (a Vampire Babylon story)
    by Chris Marie Green
  • The Spirit of the Thing (a Nightside story)
    by Simon R. Green
  • Deal Breaker (a Quincey Morris story)
    by Justin Gustainis
  • Impossible Love (a Piers Knight story)
    by C.J. Henderson
  • See Me (a Smoke and Shadows story)
    by Tanya Huff
  • The Demon You Know (a Demon-Hunter Soccer Mom story)
    by Julie Kenner
  • Hell Bound (a Hell on Earth story)
    by Jackie Kessler
  • Under the Hill and Far Away (a Black London story)
    by Caitlin Kittredge
  • Little Better than a Beast (a Marla Mason story)
    by T.A. Pratt
  • Holding the Line (a Jill Kismet story)
    by Lilith Saintcrow
  • Defining Shadows (a Detective Jessi Hardin story)
    by Carrie Vaughn

3 comments:

  1. Is there anyway to find out who the cover artist is for this? My Google-fu is weak tonight.

    Or better yet, can I get this cover in poster/print form? I'm head over heels in love with this.

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  2. Wow. What a great collection of authors! I've been somewhat burnt out on anthologies, but this one looks like a winner.

    I'm with Missy Ann. The cover art is great!

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  3. Missy Ann I 'll forward your comment on to Justin.

    Renee I always like the UF anthologies where the authors tell stories from their regular series universes. They always throw in interesting tidbits that usually end up being referred to in subsequent novels but only readers that read the short story get the reference. I like that.

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