Dark Universe: Stories 1951-2001

William F. Nolan
science fiction, short stories
Dark Universe: Stories 1951-2001 - William F. Nolan

Fifty years of top-notch writing – mystery, science fiction, horror, suspense – admired by the likes of Stephen King, Peter Straub, and Ray Bradbury. Now, for the first time, Stealth Press is proud to present DARK UNIVERSE, a breathtaking collection spanning five decades of stunning achievement – the very best from a Master of Suspense.

A distillation of 50 years of short fiction; more than 40 stories each with a newly written introductory note by the author as well as an introduction by Christopher Conlon. For anyone with an appreciation of modern fantastic fiction, a perspective on the evolution of science fiction, suspense, and horror, or an interest in the craft of the short story itself – DARK UNIVERSE ranks with "must have" books like group tribute CALIFORNIA SORCERY (edited by Nolan and William Schafer), THE ESSENTIAL ELLISON, THE STORIES OF RAY BRADBURY, THE COLLECTED STORIES OF RICHARD MATHESON: COLLECTED STORIES, George Clayton Johnson's ALL OF US ARE DYING AND OTHER STORIES, and THE HOWLING MAN by Charles Beaumont.

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Release date: 2001
Genres: science fiction, short stories
Updated: August 29, 2021
Other books by William F. Nolan
Logan's Run
Space for Hire
Alien Horizons
Logan's World (Logan #2)
Logan's Search (Logan #3)
Things Beyond Midnight
Look Out for Space (Sam Space #2)
3 For Space
Logan: A Trilogy
Helle on Wheels
Night Shapes
Far Out
Wild Galaxy: Selected Science Fiction Stories
Seven for Space
Dark Dimensions