Mr. Fox and Other Feral Tales: A Collection, a Recollection, a Writer's Handbook

Mr Fox and Other Feral Tales A Collection a Recollection a Writer s Handbook Originally published in Mr Fox and Other Feral Tales introduced a fresh voice to horror literature Norman Partridge s first collection won the Bram Stoker Award received a World Fantasy nominat

  • Title: Mr. Fox and Other Feral Tales: A Collection, a Recollection, a Writer's Handbook
  • Author: Norman Partridge
  • ISBN: 9781596060326
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Originally published in 1992, Mr Fox and Other Feral Tales introduced a fresh voice to horror literature Norman Partridge s first collection won the Bram Stoker Award, received a World Fantasy nomination, and cemented Partridge s place as an exciting new talent in a generation of dark dreamers that included Poppy Z Brite, Brian Hodge, and Bentley Little The Roadkill PrOriginally published in 1992, Mr Fox and Other Feral Tales introduced a fresh voice to horror literature Norman Partridge s first collection won the Bram Stoker Award, received a World Fantasy nomination, and cemented Partridge s place as an exciting new talent in a generation of dark dreamers that included Poppy Z Brite, Brian Hodge, and Bentley Little The Roadkill Press edition of Mr Fox is nearly impossible to find, fetching prices as high as 400 on the collector s market This expanded edition features every story included in the original, an excerpt from an unpublished zombie novel, and 11 additional stories most of them uncollected written early in Partridge s career including a collaboration with Richard Chizmar.

    One thought on “Mr. Fox and Other Feral Tales: A Collection, a Recollection, a Writer's Handbook”

    1. I've been meaning to get my two-cents in on this book. It's a combo of stories and essays on writing/publishing. The stories are good, but what really earns the 5 stars is Partridge's essays on writing. It's straight no B.S. advice from a guy who has been there. For me it was as good as Stephen King's On Writing. It covers editors, outlines, rejections, writing workshops, the gamut. Writing's a lonely business and reading these essays reminds you that as a writer, you're not alone.

    2. A great collection of his fiction, but also is sprinkled with short essays on how he broke into the buisness. A great book for anyone who loves first class short horror/suspense, and a must for any would be writer.

    3. Norm is a co-worker and friend. He kindly let's me pick his brain about the writing business. He also very nicely gifted me a book to help me further.

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