THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE garners more favorable reviews

THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE, available from Post Mortem Press at Amazon.com.

THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE, available from Post Mortem Press at Amazon.com.

THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE, featuring my short story, “The Talent’s in the Bones,” is getting more love from industry insiders and the general reading public alike. The anthology, edited by Patrick Scalisi, has made it to the second of four rounds for a very prestigious industry award, but I’m not really allowed to say which one.

In addition, recent reader reviews at Amazon.com say THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE delivers “unsettling and sometimes frightening worlds expected in true horror” with its “many brilliant stories [that are] written beyond belief” and “will keep you entertained for days.” I really like the way that reads when its all written in one sentence, but those quotes were from three different reviews. Just being honest, here.

THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE features a short story by Stephen King collaborator Joe Hill, winner of three Bram Stoker Awards. The table of contents includes:

  • J. David Anderson (“The Voice in the Box”)
  • Anton Cancre (“Interchangeable Parts”)
  • Kenneth W. Cain (“Rebirth”)
  • Gloria Weber (“Eternal Service”)
  • Joe Hill (“Scheherazade’s Typewriter”)
  • Christian A. Larsen (“The Talent’s in the Bones”)
  • Rose Blackthorn (“Eidiss”)
  • Jonathan Templar (“Love the Ride”)
  • Doug MacKensie (“The Iron Prophet”)
  • Eric J. Guignard (“The Ghost of Ozzie Hobbs”)
  • Kristopher Triana (“Video Express”)
  • Matthew Alan Hughes (“Bad Toys”)
  • Rob Smales (“Photo Finish”)
  • Jay Wilburn (“Watch”)
  • Alexis A. Hunter (“Afterimage”)

Earlier this week, Post Mortem Press announced that THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE placed first in the Preditors & Editors™ readers’ poll for best anthology of 2012. Now go buy the book here and leave your own reader review.

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