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Ross E. Lockhart
ROSS E. LOCKHART is an author, anthologist, and freelance editor. A lifelong fan of supernatural, fantastic, speculative, and weird fiction, Lockhart is a veteran of small-press publishing, having edited scores of well-regarded novels of horror, fantasy, and science fiction.Lockhart edited the... show more



ROSS E. LOCKHART is an author, anthologist, and freelance editor. A lifelong fan of supernatural, fantastic, speculative, and weird fiction, Lockhart is a veteran of small-press publishing, having edited scores of well-regarded novels of horror, fantasy, and science fiction.Lockhart edited the acclaimed Lovecraftian anthologies THE BOOK OF CTHULHU I and II and TALES OF JACK THE RIPPER (Word Horde). He is the author of the rock-and-roll novel CHICK BASSIST (Lazy Fascist Press). Lockhart lives in an old church in Petaluma, California, with his wife Jennifer, hundreds of books, and Elinor Phantom, a Shih Tzu moonlighting as his editorial assistant.Visit Ross online at http://www.haresrocklots.com

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Midu Reads
Midu Reads rated it 5 years ago
Moon Six: ★★★ An astronaut lands on the moon, only to find out it didn't belong to the Earth he comes from. A Brief Guide to Other Histories: ★★★ Meeting your doppelganger can't be good for you. Crystal Halloway & the Forgotten Passage:★★★ We've all been there as kids, we just don't remember. An Emp...
Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it 5 years ago
Not as good as the previous four volumes due to the fact that volume 5 is really a compendium of loose ends in Hodgson's fiction that didn't fit in elsewhere. The alternate and copyright versions are uniformly inferior to the original versions of the stories and novels from the earlier volumes. Th...
Allusion is not Illusion
Allusion is not Illusion rated it 6 years ago
I just read the first story in this collection. I picked it up at a friend's house and saw that there was a contribution from Caitlín R. Kiernan, so I read it while waiting. It was good. I noticed there were stories from a couple other authors I often enjoy, Cherie Priest and Tim Pratt, so I may see...
suzemo
suzemo rated it 6 years ago
I have an unrepentant love of dystopian stories. I think it's an amazing vehicle to delve into men's psyche, especially when you look at the societies created. I also don't believe in utopia (someone's utopia is always someone else's dystopia).This anthology is a great collection of different dyst...
Seeford's Spot
Seeford's Spot rated it 6 years ago
3.5 starsA very good compilation of stories exploring the them of dystopias. One warning - find some light/fluffy/happy books to read in between chunks of this book, it is just too depressing to read one after the other with no relief. Some classics, like "The Lottery" and "Minority Report", and pl...
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