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Queer Fear II (Queer Fear #2)

3.96  ·  Rating Details ·  49 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Queer Fear II builds on the successes of its predecessor, Queer Fear, the groundbreaking gay-themed horror anthology called "the best horror anthology of the year" which won a Queer Horror Award, and was a finalist for a Spectrum Award and two Lambda Literary Awards. The dark pleasures and anxieties of the Queer Fear books have their roots in the nightmarish, vi ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published October 1st 2002 by Arsenal Pulp Press

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Jun 09, 2011 Carolina Dean rated it it was ok
For many years the genre of horror fiction has been almost exclusively written by heterosexuals for heterosexuals. These stories, typically involve a female victim and a male antagonist. However in this new millennium, when the line that separates gay from straight has become more and more ambiguous, art had begun to imitate life as we are now presented with an anthology of horror stories in which the protagonists as well as the victims are very clearly homosexual.

I first read Queer Fear (2000)
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This book was... Not really what I was expecting. In part because when I thought 'queer' fear, I expected a more diverse range of authors and main characters. The stories in general were well-enough written. I loved the story featuring la llorona and wish there had been more stories featuring, and written by women.
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The standout story for me was Steve Duffy's "Numbers." Bawled like a big baby, after reading this story. Good collection--I like this better than the first.
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His work has appeared in the National Post, The Globe & Mail, The United Church Observer and numerous other publications. He has been a finalist for both the Canadian National Magazine Award and the Associated Church Press Award in the United States. The author of several books, includin
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