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An anthology souvenir book featuring fiction, essays, and interviews by and about the guests of honor, and featuring content by members of the Horror Writers Association, from the Bram Stoker Awards & 25th Annual World Horror Convention held 2015 in Atlanta, GA. Grand Master William F. Nolan Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Jack Ketchum Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Tani An anthology souvenir book featuring fiction, essays, and interviews by and about the guests of honor, and featuring content by members of the Horror Writers Association, from the Bram Stoker Awards & 25th Annual World Horror Convention held 2015 in Atlanta, GA. Grand Master William F. Nolan Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Jack Ketchum Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Tanith Lee Guest of Honor: John Farris Guest of Honor: Lisa Tuttle Guest of Honor: Kami Garcia Guest of Honor: Christopher Golden Guest of Honor: Charlaine Harris Guest of Honor: Tom Piccirilli Artist Guest of Honor: Bob Eggleton Editor Guest of Honor: Chris Ryall Toastmaster: Jonathan Maberry Bram Stoker Awards Emcee: Jeff Strand Special Presentation by Dacre Stoker


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An anthology souvenir book featuring fiction, essays, and interviews by and about the guests of honor, and featuring content by members of the Horror Writers Association, from the Bram Stoker Awards & 25th Annual World Horror Convention held 2015 in Atlanta, GA. Grand Master William F. Nolan Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Jack Ketchum Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Tani An anthology souvenir book featuring fiction, essays, and interviews by and about the guests of honor, and featuring content by members of the Horror Writers Association, from the Bram Stoker Awards & 25th Annual World Horror Convention held 2015 in Atlanta, GA. Grand Master William F. Nolan Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Jack Ketchum Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Tanith Lee Guest of Honor: John Farris Guest of Honor: Lisa Tuttle Guest of Honor: Kami Garcia Guest of Honor: Christopher Golden Guest of Honor: Charlaine Harris Guest of Honor: Tom Piccirilli Artist Guest of Honor: Bob Eggleton Editor Guest of Honor: Chris Ryall Toastmaster: Jonathan Maberry Bram Stoker Awards Emcee: Jeff Strand Special Presentation by Dacre Stoker

38 review for Bram Stoker Awards & 25th Annual World Horror Convention Souvenir Book (2015 Atlanta, GA)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michael Flores

    Best souvenir book I've ever seen. Over 400 pages of content, given free to attendees of the convention. Best souvenir book I've ever seen. Over 400 pages of content, given free to attendees of the convention.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    I had a couple of these hanging out on a bookshelf from the convention for a number of years, so I decided I should probably actually give it a read. I really like the idea of turning a souvenir book / program book into an anthology. I’ve been purging souvenir / program books that have no added value or content over a list of pictures and bios. I need to have a reason to dedicate space to them. This will probably have one saved, with the other copy sent to the farm. I stopped to consider the essa I had a couple of these hanging out on a bookshelf from the convention for a number of years, so I decided I should probably actually give it a read. I really like the idea of turning a souvenir book / program book into an anthology. I’ve been purging souvenir / program books that have no added value or content over a list of pictures and bios. I need to have a reason to dedicate space to them. This will probably have one saved, with the other copy sent to the farm. I stopped to consider the essays and interviews that caught my interest, but spent most of my time with the short fiction. “An Evening with Al Gore” is probably one of the only things I’ve read by Charlaine Harris, and I can really see her appeal. While the story doesn’t rise above a revenge fantasy, it’s got a nice zippy style that drives home why the Sookie Stackhouse stuff really took off. “The Hiss of Escaping Air” by Christopher Golden was a delightfully grim little revenge fantasy that goes awry. Tom Piccirilli has a distinctive style with the selection of flash included here (covens and Lucifer and the like). I’m tempted to see if some of his slightly longer works develop some more depth, as he wanders in directions that are interesting. “Clockatrice” by Tanith Lee was a fascinating exploration of medieval myth and modern relationships. I particularly liked how the introduction of the myth at the beginning had a florid, poetic style; once that was complete we comfortably settle into modern prose. As to the plot, I’m not sure the end was as developed as I’d like, or the revenge as deserved.

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