Looming Low Table of Contents

I think one of the most interesting books coming out this summer is Looming Low, the first anthology from Dim Shores. I’m very pleased to have a story in the book, which features quite an impressive array of talent.

Looming Low Table of Contents:

Kurt Fawver – “The Convexity of Our Youth”
A.C. Wise – “The Stories We Tell About Ghosts”
Michael Wehunt – “In Canada”
Brian Evenson – “The Second Door”
Daniel Mills – “The Christiansen Deaths”
Betty Rocksteady – “Dusk Urchin”
Livia Llewellyn – “The Gin House”
Damien Angelica Walters – “This Unquiet Space”
Sunny Moraine – “We Grope Together, and Avoid Speech”
Brooke Warra – “Heirloom”
Lucy A. Snyder – “That Which Does Not Kill You”
Simon Strantzas – “Doused by Night”
Kaaron Warren – “We Are All Bone Inside”
Lisa L Hannett – “Outside, a Drifter”
Kristi DeMeester – “The Small Deaths of Skin and Plastic”
Scott Nicolay – “When the Blue Sky Breaks”
Craig L. Gidney – “Mirror Bias”
Anya Martin – “Boisea trivittata”
Michael Cisco – “Rock n’ Roll Death Squad”
S.P. Miskowski – “Alligator Point”
Jeffrey Thomas – “Stranger in the House”
Christopher Slatsky – “SPARAGMOS”
Richard Gavin – “Banishments”
Michael Griffin – “The Sound of Black Dissects the Sun”
Nadia Bulkin – “Live Through This”
Gemma Files – “Distant Dark Places”

If that list of writers isn’t enough to convince you, or the expertise of co-editors Steele and Cowan, how about these two covers:

Trade Paperback art: Yves Tourigny

Deluxe Hardcover art: Marcela Bolívar

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5 thoughts on “Looming Low Table of Contents

  1. Me too! I’m really looking forward to reading it, aside from the fact that I have a story in it. Just curious, are you planning to get the hardcover or the paperback? I’m curious which format interests people more, since both are available at the same time.

  2. Hi Kip – so far, it can only be ordered directly from Dim Shores. My understanding is that the paperback may soon be available from other online retailers, at least Amazon, and that it’s possible an e-book version may be available later. For now, though, Dim Shores is the only source.

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