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  1. says: Read & Download Dreams from the Witch House Lynne Jamneck ß 0 review Read & Download µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Lynne Jamneck

    Read & Download Dreams from the Witch House PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House The first half of this collection was solid but not earth shattering It turned a corner with All Gods Great and Small by Karen Hueler a story about insects and Dearest Daddy by Lois H Gresh was a real gut punch The Wreck of the Charles Dexter Ward by Sarah Monette and Elizabeth Bear was a fantastic take on the future of Lovecraft followers 710

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    Read & Download µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Lynne Jamneck Lynne Jamneck ß 0 review PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House Very good collection overall There were two that I loathed and a few I was indifferent to but most of them were uite good Both have a protagonist with no agency who is sexually exploited Not to my tasteThe star rating is how good I think it

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    Read & Download µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Lynne Jamneck PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House Dark Regions Press should be congratulated for putting out so many great anthologies in the time of their existence and for focusing

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    Lynne Jamneck ß 0 review PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House I read this after Year's Best Weird Fiction Vol 2 which although doesn't advertise itself as female weird fiction it or l

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    Lynne Jamneck ß 0 review PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House I was eager to read a collection of stories showcasing women writing in the Lovecraftian style I always expect a mixed bag when I start a sto

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    PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House Read & Download µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Lynne Jamneck This is an impressive and varied anthology of short stories from some remarkably talented female writers There wasn’t a single bad story in the book and I discovered some fantastic writers that I was previousl

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    Read & Download µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Lynne Jamneck PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House Lynne Jamneck ß 0 review It's refreshing to have a woman's perspective in Lovecraftian stories Lovecraft himself neglected women in his own writing and I'm sure it's obvious today than it was in his own lifetime Each of these stories adds to the dep

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    PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House Read & Download µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Lynne Jamneck This collection of Lovecraftian horror andor weird stories by women authors is a superb addition to the corpus pun intended and each story is illustrated with an original and creepy color illustration by Daniele Serra as a Kickstar

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    Read & Download Dreams from the Witch House PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House Lynne Jamneck ß 0 review Solid collection of stories I wouldn’t say all of them would be horror stories but most have a dream like uality that fits for the Lovecraf

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    PDF/EPUB Dreams from the Witch House Read & Download µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß Lynne Jamneck Read & Download Dreams from the Witch House 35 Stars

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Dreams from the Witch House Summary ✓ 100 Ers have been assembled to give us glimpses into these ancient terrors and their whispered warnings Featuring authors Joyce Carol Oates Caitlín R Kiernan Lois Gresh Gemma Files Nancy Kilpatrick Elizabeth Bear Storm Constantine and others accompanied by the lavish artwork of Daniele Serra Dreams from the Witch House Female Voices of Lovecraftian Horror is a representation of some of the finest cosmic horror and weird fiction from female authors in the field toda. This collection of Lovecraftian horror andor weird stories by women authors is a superb addition to the corpus pun intended and each story is illustrated with an original and creepy color illustration by Daniele Serra as a Kickstarter bonus Only one or two stories didn t ring true and the female perspective and many female characters only add freshness to a genre that can seem stale Stories range from the almost uplifting and fairytale like to science fiction to traditional Mythos fare but all are worth your time particularly the final three somewhat longer pieces and the Elizabeth Bear Sarah Monette collaboration Recommended to anyone with an interest in the Lovecraft oeuvre

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Dreams from the Witch House Summary ✓ 100 Featuring stories from Joyce Carol Oates Caitlin R Kiernan Molly Tanzer Lois H Gresh Nancy Kilpatrick Elizabeth Bear Gemma Files and many fully color illustrated by Daniele Serra Dreams from the Witch House highlights some of the very best women writers of weird fiction and Lovecraftian horror The history of the Old World is shrouded in secrecy Creatures and forces unimaginable inhabited this realm for eons long before any human navigated the surface of the eart. Dark Regions Press should be congratulated for putting out so many great anthologies in the time of their existence and for focusing much of their output on the endurable but esoteric sub genre Lovecraftian horror This year they have published a beautiful heavily illustrated one full page color plate for each story anthology titled Dreams from the Witch House Female Voices of Lovecraftian Horror The collection has 20 pieces of short fiction either based on H P Lovecraft s Chtulhu Mythos or influenced by them All of the stories are by female writers and the range of authors goes from legendary to established to rising stars There is little bad I can say about this collection I don t think there is one poorly written story among the 20 For the most part with a few exceptions these are atmospheric tales relying on what is implied rather than what is spelled out on the print This is in keeping with Lovecraft s emphasis on the horrors that creep in the mind The Ancient Ones of the Cthulhu Mythos may be fine with tearing up a victim now and then but it is what is done to the mind that haunts the reader The first story is representative of that and is by a legendary writer Joyce Carol Oates Shadows of the Evening does not evoke the Cthulhu Mythos directly but suggests the dreamlike ualities of many of Lovecraft s works More importantly it is a typically beautiful Oates work introspective and suggestiveTwo of my other favorite stories are directly connected with the Chtulhu Mythos Our Lady of Aria Mons by Caitlin R Kiernan and The Wreck of the Charles Dexter Ward are also excursions into science fiction with a Lovecraftian tinge Both excellent tales they would be at home in either Weird Tales or Analog magazinesThere are a good many other stories here Just selecting a couple I am especially fond of Karen Heuler s All Gods Great and Small a environmental revenge story with the usual shaman avenger that one often sees in this type of storytelling Yet I loved the idea of gods existing in the tiniest of bodies Eye of the Beholder is another crafty tale with some social implications I am not sure of the Lovecraft connection on this one but it is certainly uite creepy and a bit indulgent in the Ewww departmentBut despite there being much good short fiction here overall it feels a little uneven I don t think that is because of the uality in writing but because there seems to be too many stories that have too loose of a connection or none at all to Lovecraft s primary themes Overall this ise a introspective collection of tales and I wanted of H P s evocation of unspeakable horrors Lovecraft may have implied a lot but he still creeped the hell out of youNonetheless it is a anthology worth reading and not least for showcasing some of the finest female writers working in the genre of horror Editor Lynne Jamneck did a commendable job of editing and I cannot say enough wonderful things about the cover design and the color illustrations by Danielle Serra Three and a half stars

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Dreams from the Witch House Summary ✓ 100 H As the Old Ones have slumbered or observed from afar humans have assembled civilization upon this fragile planet Yet the whispers from the elders have been growing stronger their energy once again seeping into the world These whispers are being felt throughout the earth; from the roots of our flora to the dreams of our children They are preparing us for what is to come In Dreams from the Witch House Female Voices of Lovecraftian Horror the most intuitive dream. I was eager to read a collection of stories showcasing women writing in the Lovecraftian style I always expect a mixed bag when I start a story collection and that s what I got Considering the authors I couldn t help but hope for There were a couple of gems that stood out a few that were okay and or less fit the theme and a couple of clunkers One was godawful and I m not sure I want to read that author again Some standouts The Wreck of the Charles Dexter Ward a nice Lovecraftian feel plenty of action science fiction than fantasy characters that I wanted to know about From the Cold Dark Sea lovely descriptions that twined through a powerful story Too grounded to be considered cosmic horror but still had the feel that I was looking for Mnermeros Suspense Dread They should have turned back BUT THEY DIDN T My heart raced through the last part of the storyPretty goodAll Our Salt Bottled Hearts Melancholy loss trying to live with what you have instead of longing for what you don t But Only Because I Love You Three characters that fascinated me treasure hunting plenty of actionAll Gods Great and Small A mean little horror story Don t mess with things you don t understandThe Body Electric Lovecraftian horror crossed with artificial intelligence Worked for meAWFULDearest Daddy I have no idea why this is in the collection Adding poison mushrooms doesn t make it Lovecraftian It s about a girl being beat down by everyone around her DistastefulThe rest of the stories are or less okay It s a shame the collection started with one of the weaker stories It was like a dreamy ghost story than anything else and didn t really go anywhereOverall I m glad I read it

  • Paperback
  • 348
  • Dreams from the Witch House
  • Lynne Jamneck
  • English
  • 24 July 2019
  • 9781626411074