Friday, 30 June 2017

"Eddie" M. Angerhuber Bibliography: Novels, novellas, short story collections and chapbooks

The first section of the bibliography: novels, novellas, short story collections and chapbooks
Note: Angerhuber’s book-length publications include one short novel, five short story collections and three chapbooks. Two of these chapbooks, Visionen von Eden – und andere Geschichten vom Tag danach and Karaits Kuss und andere Vampirgeschichten, were self-published. This section also includes two novellas: “Das Netz” and “Die darbenden Schatten”.

Short Novel:

Das Verborgene
Friedland: Klaus Bielefeld Verlag, 2000
[Softcover of 108 pages, cover design Rainer Schorm]

Thursday, 29 June 2017

"Eddie" M. Angerhuber Bibliography

Following my short essay "Eddie M. Angerhuber's Strange Visions", which appeared in Cloistered by Ravelled Bones & Ruined Walls, here is an attempt at compiling the complete online bibliography of the works by this great author published in German and English. Please note that this is not an official bibliography - more of a work from an enthusiast and book collector willing to share this bibliographic information gathered while searching for Eddie's/Monika's often hard-to-find publications. Considering how obscure Angerhuber is becoming, I was compelled to prepare a bibliography of her works and share it on Confusio Linguarum so that to make it easier for others to track her works down.

Friday, 23 June 2017

Grabiński reprint in Italy

For a couple of weeks I've been stuggling to find time for new posts. In the meantime, some great news from Andrea Bonazzi:

"Il villaggio nero, the first Italian collection by Stefan Grabiński, will be reprinted in the #13 issue of Urania Horror, Cerimonie nere, a wide-circulation volume distributed in newsstands in July 2017.
The book will contain the novel La città vampira (La Ville Vampire) by Paul Féval, the original collection Il villaggio nero by Stefan Grabiński, and the novel La cerimonia (The Croning) by Laird Barron. Also La cerimonia is a reprint of my own translation published a couple of years ago.
Urania is the best-selling science fiction magazine in Italy, published since 1952 by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore. This will be probably the last issue in its horror series.
Cover art by Franco Brambillad.
A Kindle version will be available on Amazon in the first week of July."