The British Fantasy Society Yearbook


Conrad’s latest story, Deleted Scenes, is to appear in this:

The British Fantasy Society is proud to present the first in its series of exclusive, annual anthologies. Twenty writers — from seasoned award-winners to rising stars — offer twenty never before published tales.

Offering a broad sample of stories with imagination the only limit. Nearly three hundred, hard-bound pages, 100,000 words of the best in speculative fiction from:

JAMES BARCLAY, ALLYSON BIRD, ANDREW CARTMEL, MARK CHADBOURN, CHRISTOPHER FOWLER, GARY FRY, GARRY KILWORTH, TIM LEBBON, STEVE LOCKLEY, JULIET E. MCKENNA, GARY MCMAHON, MARK MORRIS, ADAM L. G. NEVILL, DANIEL O’MAHONY, SARAH PINBOROUGH, NICHOLAS ROYLE, ROBERT SHEARMAN, STEVE VOLK, KAARON WARREN and CONRAD WILLIAMS.

With an introductory essay from Gail Z. Martin

The only way to own a copy is by being a member of the British Fantasy Society, it is given away exclusively to members and will never appear for sale.

To sign up now – at only £30.00 a year for UK residents – please visit www.britishfantasysociety.org where you can pay by cheque or online via PayPal. Your membership also includes a £10 discount on the attendance rate for Fantasycon, our legendary, annual convention weekend as well as quarterly mailings of the society magazines Prism, Dark Horizons and New Horizons.

We hope to launch this exciting new anthology at FantasyCon 2009 – with many of the contributing authors gathered under one roof and available to sign copies of the book – how can you afford to miss the opportunity to own such a unique publication?

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