2018 Year’s Best Weird Fiction ToC

Robert Shearman and Michael Kelly have revealed the table of Contents for Year’s Best Weird Fiction, Volume 5, coming in October.

  • “Live Through This” by Nadia Bulkin.
  • “Flotsam” by Daniel Carpenter
  • “The Narrow Escape of Zipper-Girl” by Adam-Troy Castro
  • “The Unwish” by Claire Dean
  • “Worship Only What She Bleeds” by Kristi DeMeester
  • “The Second Door” by Brian Evenson
  • “When Words Change the Molecular Composition of Water” by Jenni Fagan
  • “The Convexity of Our Youth” by Kurt Fawver
  • “Corzo” by Brenna Gomez
  • “The Mouse Queen” by Camilla Grudova
  • “You Will Always Have Family: A Triptych” by Kathleen Kayembe
  • “The Anteater” by Joshua King
  • “Curb Day” by Rebecca Kuder
  • “The Entertainment Arrives” by Alison Littlewood
  • “The Rock Eater” by Ben Loory
  • “Eight Bites” by Carmen Maria Carmen Machado
  • “The Way She is With Strangers” by Helen Marshall
  • “The Possession” by Michael Mirolla
  • “Skins Smooth as Plantain, Hearts Soft as Mango” by Ian Muneshwar
  • “House of Abjection” by David Peak
  • “Disappearer” by KL Pereira
  • “Red Hood” by Eric Schaller
  • “Something About Birds” by Paul Tremblay
  • “Take the Way Home That Leads Back To Sullivan Street” by Chavisa Woods

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