Dark Dimensions

William F. Nolan
horror, short stories
Dark Dimensions - William F. Nolan

He's "William F. Nolan, Living Legend," but, more importantly, he's Bill Nolan – the super talented, outstanding author of classic works (Logan's Run; Burnt Offerings [screenplay]; "The Pool," "The Party," and hundreds more), and a sensitive poet. Maybe some thought that the Nolan of yore – the edgy, spare writer of those acknowledged classics – was gone: that he had lost that ability, as others have, to move, terrify, engage. Not so. This collection is proof. Within these covers are some of the best tales of Nolan's long and storied career: "Zachry Revisited," from the Matheson tribute anthology He is Legend, about the strange population of a fictional Maine town; "Descent," about the personal aftermath of an evil act; "Child's Care," about the ulterior motivations of the people we trust the most; the clever "The Man Who Stalked Hyde;" the powerful "The Death of Sherlock Holmes;" the list goes on. Whether science fiction ("To Be With Amy") horror ("Stabbed By Rob") or straight literary ("Getting Along Just Fine), Nolan shines.

– Jason V. Brock

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Release date: June 2010
Genres: horror, short stories
Updated: September 03, 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
Dark Universe: Stories 1951-2001
Far Out
Wild Galaxy: Selected Science Fiction Stories
Seven for Space