The Mammoth Book of Body Horror

The Mammoth Book of Body Horror 

Twenty-Five Stories of Transformation, Mutation and Contagion

Edited by Paul Kane & Marie O’Regan 

Editors of the bestselling and British Fantasy Award-nominated 

Hellbound Hearts 

A very special and unique anthology celebrating the sub-genre of ‘Body Horror’, tracing its origins right up to the most modern exponents of the form. Featuring a veritable ‘who’s who’ of horror literature, and including the stories those classic Body Horror movies – The Thing, The Fly and Re-Animator – were based on, this promises to be a groundbreaking and landmark release in the history of the genre. Full Table of Contents below



TRANSFORMATION by Mary Shelley; 
THE TELL-TALE HEART by Edgar Allan Poe; 
HERBERT WEST: RE-ANIMATOR by H.P. Lovecraft; 
WHO GOES THERE? John W. Campbell; 
THE FLY by George Langelaan; 
TIS THE SEASON TO BE JELLY by Richard Matheson;
SURVIVOR TYPE by Stephen King; 
THE BODY POLITIC by Clive Barker; 
THE CHANEY LEGACY by Robert Bloch; 
THE OTHER SIDE by Ramsey Campbell; 
FRUITING BODIES by Brian Lumley; 
FREAKTENT by Nancy A. Collins; 
REGION OF THE FLESH by Richard Christian Matheson; 
WALKING WOUNDED by Michael Marshall Smith; 
CHANGES by Neil Gaiman; 
OTHERS by James Herbert; 
THE LOOK by Christopher Fowler; 
RESIDUE by Alice Henderson; 
DOG DAYS by Graham Masterton; 
BLACK BOX by Gemma Files;
 THE SOARING DEAD by Simon Clark; 
POLYP by Barbie Wilde; 
ALMOST FOREVER by David Moody; 
BUTTERFLY by Axelle Carolyn; 
STICKY EYE by Conrad Williams.





Introduction by Stuart Gordon (Director of Re-Animator and From Beyond)

Published 1 March 2012, £7.99 



AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER BY FOLLOWING THE LINKS BELOW 

          

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