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Anna Taborska
Anna Taborska was born in London, England. She is a filmmaker and writer of horror stories, screenplays and poetry. Anna has written and directed two short fiction films ('Ela' and 'The Sin'), two documentaries ('My Uprising' and 'A Fragment of Being') and a one-hour television drama ('The Rain... show more
Anna Taborska was born in London, England. She is a filmmaker and writer of horror stories, screenplays and poetry. Anna has written and directed two short fiction films ('Ela' and 'The Sin'), two documentaries ('My Uprising' and 'A Fragment of Being') and a one-hour television drama ('The Rain Has Stopped'), which won two awards at the British Film Festival Los Angeles in 2009. Anna also worked on seventeen other films, with actors such as Rutger Hauer, Scott Wilson, Noah Taylor and Jenny Agutter, and was involved in the making of two major BBC television series: 'Auschwitz: the Nazis and the Final Solution' and 'World War Two behind Closed Doors - Stalin, the Nazis and the West'. Her stories have appeared in various anthologies, including 'The Ninth Black Book of Horror' and 'Terror Tales of London' in the UK, and 'Best New Writing 2011', 'Best New Werewolf Tales Vol.1' and 'The Best Horror of the Year Volume Four' in the US. Anna's short story 'Bagpuss' was an Eric Hoffer Award Honoree, and the screenplay adaptation of her story 'Little Pig' was a finalist in the Shriekfest Film Festival Screenplay Competition, 2009. Anna's debut short story collection, 'For Those who Dream Monsters', is out now from Mortbury Press, with the release of a second collection, 'Bloody Britain', planned for 2014. You can view Anna's full resume here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1245940/ , watch her films and book trailers here: http://www.youtube.com/annataborska and learn more about her short stories here: http://annataborska.wix.com/horror .
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 2 years ago
For Those Who Dream Monsters is an excellent collection of well written short stories. Not all of them are horror, but I thought that almost all of them were good. A lot of Polish history comes through in these tales, with actual history making an appearance as well as a few myths from Polish cul...
runner
runner rated it 2 years ago
I am not the greatest fan of short horror stories and even though the writing and imagery is very good the content and stories themselves were not to my liking. There were a few enjoyable moments and descriptions the best of which was the following....."like a moth that believes itself soaring towar...
LittleBookCove
LittleBookCove rated it 4 years ago
I kindly got asked to review this book by Mortbury Press much to my delight! This book took me back With 14 Tales of blood chilling spooks, it's sure not to disappoint. from zombie Ghosty type dead Nuns to psychopathic Killers. To spooky demon's it takes you on a spine tingling ride with a quaint En...
LittleBookCove
LittleBookCove rated it 4 years ago
I happily received this book for an honest review by Mortbury Press. What are you afraid of? What are you Haunted By? What awaits you in the Dark? For those who dream Monster's is written by Anna taborska in this book there are 18 Spooky and strange tales from the Abyss each with a Spooky whim...
Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it 7 years ago
Decent but not outstanding book of hauntings. Beekended by two beautiful stories, the best in the book, by Christopher Fowler and Steve Rasnic Tem.
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