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Everything in All the Wrong Order

Everything in All the Wrong Order

Forthcoming from Subterranean Press on 31st August 2021, a 'Best Of' collection of short stories by Chyaz Brenchley.

starA starred review in Publishers Weekly says: "These 32 superior stories from Lambda Award winner Brenchley (Bitter Waters) represent a tiny fraction of the gifted, prolific author's output, but nevertheless showcase his ability to craft impactful shorts... Every entry enhances creative plots and plausible characterizations with outstanding writing. This sampler of Brenchley's work makes clear his mastery"

With an introduction by Elizabeth Bear.

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NOVELLAS

The Keys to D'Espérance  *  Rotten Row  *  Being Small

SHORT STORIES

COLLECTIONS: Everything in All the Wrong Order  *  Bitter Waters  *  Blood Waters

Many Deadly Returns: The Murder Squad at 21 New Fears - New Horror Stories by Masters of the Genre Sreange California Wilde Stories 2016: The Year's Best Gay Speculative Fiction Daughters of Frankenstein: Lesbian Mad Scientists Sombra del árbol de la noche: Nueva narrativa británica de fantasmas y portentos The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Second Annual Collection Queers Destroy Science Fiction! Shades of Blue and Gray: Ghosts of the Civil War A Touch of the Sea House of Fear Anniversaries, the Write Fantastic anthology Hellbound Hearts Year's Best Gay Short Stories The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2008 The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica

Published as DANIEL FOX

Lace and Blade 2 Francisco de Goya: The Sleep of Reason brings forth Monsters

CHAPBOOKS


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Plus others -

"Listing the short stories is a fine idea, but needs winnowing. Remember, by one all-inclusive methodology, there are over 500 of the little bleeders. If we assume that what you really want are those that appeared under my own name or by Daniel Fox, then the thing is doable. Not just yet, but keep nagging; there actually aren't that many, and it would be a Good Thing...."
- too numerous to list.



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