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TOC: ‘The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2011’ Edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene


Edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene, The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2011 covers the best fantasy and horror by Australians and New Zealanders published in 2011 and includes 32 fantastic stories and poems.

Here’s the table of contents…

  1. “Briar Day” by Peter M Ball
  2. “Europe After The Rain” by Lee Battersby
  3. “Bad Power” by Deborah Biancotti
  4. “The Head in the Goatskin Bag” by Jenny Blackford
  5. “Thin Air” by Simon Brown
  6. “Winds Of Nzambi” by David Conyers and David Kernot
  7. “More Matter, Less Art” by Stephen Dedman
  8. “The Hall of Lost Footsteps” by Sara Douglass & Angela Slatter
  9. “Berries & Incense” by Felicity Dowker
  10. “Dark Me, Night You” by Terry Dowling
  11. “Hunting Rufus” by Jason Fischer
  12. “Letters Of Love From The Once And Newly Dead” by Christopher Green
  13. “The Past Is A Bridge Best Left Burnt” by Paul Haines
  14. “Forever, Miss Tapekwa County” by Lisa L Hannett
  15. “At The Top Of The Stairs” by Richard Harland
  16. “Face To Face” by John Harwood
  17. “Someone Else To Play With” by Pete Kempshall
  18. “Heaven” by Jo Langdon
  19. “The Soul of the Machine” by Maxine McArthur
  20. “The Wishwriter’s Wife” by Ian McHugh
  21. “Love Death” by Andrew J McKiernan
  22. “Frostbitten” by Kirstyn McDermott
  23. “Wolf Night” by Margaret Mahy
  24. “Interview with the Jiangshi” by Anne Mok
  25. “Wraiths” by Jason Nahrung
  26. “Reading Coffee” by Anthony Panegyres
  27. “The Patrician” by Tansy Rayner Roberts
  28. “Love In the Atacama or the Poetry of Fleas” by Angela Rega
  29. “The Coffin-Maker’s Daughter” by Angela Slatter
  30. “Thief of Lives” by Lucy Sussex
  31. “The Kite” by Kyla Ward
  32. “All You Can Do Is Breathe” by Kaaron Warren
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