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The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fifth Annual Collection
by: Ellen Datlow in Paperback, 518
Published 15-7-1992 by St. Martin's Griffin

The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fifth Annual Collection This acclaimed series, winner of numerous World Fantasy Awards, continues its tradition of excellence with scores of short stories from such writers as Michael Bishop, Edward Byrant, Angela Carter, Terry Lamsley, Gabriel Garcia Marquex, A.R. Morlan, Robert Silverberg, Michael Swanwick, Jane Yolen and many others. Supplementing the stories are the editors' invaluable overviews of the year in fantastic fiction, Edward Bryant's witty roundup of the year's fantasy films, and a long list of Honorable Mentions —all of which adds up to an invaluable reference source, and a font of fabulous reading.

Table of Contents
The beautiful uncut hair of graves -- David Morrell
In carnation -- Nancy Springer
The somewhere doors -- Fred Chappell
Poe at the end -- (poem) / -- R.H.W. Dillard
Angels in love -- Kathe Koja
Vivian -- Midori Snyder
True love -- K.W. Jeter
The second most beautiful woman in the world -- A.R. Morlan
The swordsman whose name was not death -- Ellen Kushner
The ragthorn -- Robert Holdstock and Garry Kilworth
The smell -- Patrick McGrath
The tenth scholar -- Steve Rasnic Tem and Melanie Tem
Fisher death -- (poem) / -- Jessica Amanda Salmonson
Walk in sable -- (poem) / -- Jessica Amanda Salmonson
The cut man -- Norman Partridge
The kind men like -- Karl Edward Wagner
The coon suit -- Terry Bisson
Queen Christina and the windsurfer -- Alison Fell
Chui Chai -- S.P. Somtow
Mama gone -- Jane Yolen
Peter -- Pat Murphy
Our lady of the harbour -- Charles de Lint
The visitor's book -- Stephen Gallagher
At the end of the day -- Steve Rasnic Tem
The monster -- Nina Katerli
Hummers -- Lisa Mason
Santa's way -- James Powell
Call home -- Dennis Etchison
The Braille Encyclopedia -- Grant Morrison
The poisoned story -- Rosario Ferre
Blood -- Janice Galloway
Dogstar man -- Nancy Willard
Persistence of memory -- Joanne Greenberg
You'll never eat lunch on this continent again -- Adam Gopnik
The glamour -- Thomas Ligotti
The peony lantern -- Kara Dalkey
To be a hero -- (poem) / -- Nancy Springer
The same in any language -- Ramsey Campbell
Teratisms -- Kathe Koja
The life of a poet -- Kobo Abe
The witch of Wilton Falls -- Gloria Ericson
Home by the sea -- Pat Cadigan
Pish, posh, said hieronymus bosch -- (poem) / -- Nancy Willard
The ash of memory, the dust of desire -- Poppy Z. Brite
The pavilion of frozen women -- S.P. Somtow
Moon songs --Carol Emshwiller
The afternoon of June 8, 1991 -- Ian Frazier
Gwydion and the dragon -- C.J. Cherryh
A story must be held -- (poem) / -- Jane Yolen
The Ogre's wife -- Pierrette Fleutiaux.

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