The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 8

by Stephen Jones
Release date: 1997
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: horror, anthology

Edited by Stephen Jones.

The latest annual of the world's premier collection of horror, terror, and dark fantasy again showcases the talents of the finest writers working the field. Along with his annual review of the year in horror, award-winning editor Stephen Jones has chosen the year's best stories by old masters and new voices alike.


  • Introduction: Horror in 1996 by Stephen Jones
  • Walking the Dog by Terry Lamsley
  • Mussolini and the Axeman's Jazz by Poppy Z. Brite
  • An Eye for an Eye by Norman Partridge
  • Unforgotten by Christopher Fowler
  • The Curse of Kali by Cherry Wilder
  • The Film by Richard Christian Matheson
  • Of a Cat, But Her Skin by Storm Constantine
  • Hopscotch by Donald R. Burleson
  • Ghost in the Machine by Steve Rasnic Tem
  • The Moon Never Changes by Joel Lane
  • Butcher's Logic by Roberta Lannes
  • Kites and Kisses by D. F. Lewis
  • Last Train to Arnos Grove by Marni Griffin
  • The King of Rain by Mark Chadbourn
  • Hardball by Iain Sinclair
  • Gas Station Carnivals by Thomas Ligotti
  • Ghost Music: A Memoir by George Beaune by Thomas Tessier
  • That Blissful Height by Gregory Frost
  • Skin Deep by Nicholas Royle
  • Hell Hath Enlarged Herself by Michael Marshall Smith
  • Underworld by Douglas Clegg
  • A Plague on Both Your Houses by Scott Edelman
  • Final Cut by Karl Edward Wagner
  • The Break by Terry Lamsley
  • Necrology: 1996 (essay) by Kim Newman and Stephen Jones
  • Useful Addresses (essay)
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