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World Fantasy Awards: Volume 2

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The is the second volume in a series. This one covers the second and third World Fantasy Conventions and contains all of the winners and many of the runner-up stories.
There is a preface by Stuart Schiff and an introduction by Fritz Leiber. Some of the stories include Stephen King's "Jerusalem's Lot" which would later become the novel "Salem's Lot", Harlan Ellison's "The Wh
Published November 1st 1983 by Random House Value Publishing
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Mar 05, 2009 yellowbird rated it really liked it
A better title would have been WORLD HORROR AWARDS, since only a few items in this book have a real fantasy theme, and all the others seem geared for a horror audience.
I had never heard of most of these stories before, except for Jerusalem's Lot by Stephen King, and The October Game by Ray Bradbury Some surprisingly good ones include: The Ghastly Priest Doth Rein by Manly Wade Wellman, about a man who kills a 'priest of Diana' and then is seemingly required to take his place; The Barrow Troll b
12/10/12: "There's a Long, Long Trail A-Winding" by Russell Kirk.
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