Blurring the Line

[PDF] Blurring the Line | by È Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke - Blurring the Line, Blurring the Line Fiction and non fiction Reality and make believe Can you draw the line between the two Do you know where real horror starts Blurring the Line is a collection of horror short stories by some of the [PDF] Blurring the Line | by È Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke - Blurring the Line, Blurring the Line Fiction and non fiction Reality and make believe Can you draw the line between the two Do you know where real horror starts Blurring the Line is a collection of horror short stories by some of the

  • Title: Blurring the Line
  • Author: Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke
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  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
Blurring the Line

[PDF] Blurring the Line | by È Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke, Blurring the Line, Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke, Blurring the Line Fiction and non fiction Reality and make believe Can you draw the line between the two Do you know where real horror starts Blurring the Line is a collection of horror short stories by some of the best writers around plus non fiction articles to make you think twice about the world we live in but then again maybe some of the stories are real and some of theFiction and no [PDF] Blurring the Line | by È Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke - Blurring the Line, Blurring the Line Fiction and non fiction Reality and make believe Can you draw the line between the two Do you know where real horror starts Blurring the Line is a collection of horror short stories by some of the

  • [PDF] Blurring the Line | by È Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke
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Blurring the Line

About “Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke

  • Marty Young James A. Moore Tim Lebbon Lisa L. Hannett Lisa Morton Tom Piccirilli Kaaron Warren Kealan Patrick Burke

    Marty Young martyyoung is a Bram Stoker nominated and Australian Shadows Award winning writer and editor, and sometimes ghost hunter He was the founding President of the Australian Horror Writers Association from 2005 2010, and one of the creative minds behind the internationally acclaimed Midnight Echo magazine, for which he also served as Executive Editor until mid 2013.Marty s first novel, 809 Jacob Street, was published in 2013 by Black Beacon Books, and won the Australian Shadows Award for Best Horror Novel His novel was also given an Honorable Mention in Shelf Unbound s Page Turner competition.His short horror fiction has been nominated for both the Australian Shadows and Ditmar awards, reprinted in Australian Dark Fantasy and Horror the best of 2008 , and repeatedly included in year s best recommended reading lists Marty s essays on horror literature have been published in journals and university textbooks in Australia and India, and he was also co editor of the award winning Macabre A Journey through Australia s Darkest Fears, a landmark anthology showcasing the best Australian horror stories from 1836 to the present.When not writing, he spends his time in the deep dark jungles of Papua New Guinea as a palynologist, whatever the heck that is.



218 thoughts on “Blurring the Line

  • For awhile now I ve been trying to push myself outside of my reading comfort zone Whilst I generally love all things fantasy, lately I ve found myself drawn to things that, in the past, I wouldn t have even taken a look at whilst browsing the bookstore And that s a good thing because it has opened up my eyes to a whole raft of new genres, authors, and experiences So when Blurring the Line popped up on my radar I jumped at the chance to read it An anthology that explores the grey areas between wh [...]


  • Review copyI can t help but like the concept for this anthology From editor Marty Young s introduction Blurring the Line is a mixture of fact and fiction but perhaps some of the fact is really fiction, and some of the fiction is fact The lines have been blurred between the two, the division lost, and that was the whole point of this adventure Most of the stories do a good job of delivering on the anthology s theme, but there are a couple that just didn t seem to hit the mark in that respect, or [...]


  • Blurring the Line was definitely not the anthology I expected.But, in this case, that s a very good thing.Described as a collection of fiction non fiction, Blurring the Line delivers on its intent of exploring the grey area between real and inventive horror, and in doing so, revealing just how diverse and satisfying horror fiction can be.Commencing with probably the most definitive non fiction piece, Tom Piccirilli s Our Doom is Nigh, is a poignant and revelatory insight into his battle with can [...]


  • Blurring the Line is an anthology that features some great fiction pieces from some of the best in the business, but also some introspective and enjoyable non fiction pieces that can at times disrupt the overall flow of the book but I applaud this decision to try something a little different This anthology has pulled together some heavyweight writers as well as some I was not familiar with Tim Lebbon, Paul Mannering and Rena Mason provided the best stories for this reader and I was particularly [...]


  • Nice mix of fiction and non fiction hence the title, with some of my favorite authors as contributors A very nice way to spend your time.4.5 stars


  • The stories I read weren t all that enthralling read wanky , intermediate bits were boring as bat shit.


  • One of the best things I ve read so far this year.BLURRING THE LINE is satisfying in any number of ways the illustrations are excellent, and the interjections of nonfiction alongside the stories had and still have me doing my own research on the side.The stories are so varied, yet so well rendered, that it s difficult to attempt giving attention to all of them though I will say my personal favorites are Tim Lebbon s CLOWN S KISS Kealan Patrick Burke s HOARDER Paul Mannering s SALT ON THE TONGUE [...]


  • Nice collectionA few really good stories, as well as one or two duds Overall a good read Sometimes the setup between stories did not seem to match the follow through, but still enjoyable.


  • Some of the stories were good, some just too bizarre I found the introductions to each section about the real world unsettling and interesting.



  • Excellent collectionThe stories in this collection offer the perfect combination of horror, murder, mystery, the occult, the fantastic and the all too possible.


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