REVIEW: “Anthologies of such high quality are rare gems.” —New York Journal of Books, on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT?

“The wide range of styles, genres, and themes in What the #@&% Is That? make it perfect for finding a new favorite author or discovering upcoming voices in fiction. The three stories mentioned [in our review] are from three newer writers, yet they are some of the strongest and most original in the collection. Anthologies of such high quality are rare gems.” —New York Journal of Books, on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT? [review]

REVIEW: “Old and new favorites trying to break new and bizarre ground here, making it an incredibly enjoyable read from the dedication page (“For Cthulhu…”) on.” —Barnes & Noble, Editor’s Pick as one of The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Collections and Anthologies of 2016

“Old and new favorites trying to break new and bizarre ground here, making it an incredibly enjoyable read from the dedication page (“For Cthulhu…”) on.” —Barnes & Noble, Editor’s Pick as one of The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Collections and Anthologies of 2016 [review]

REVIEW: “If you derive any sort of pleasure from the grotesque, the fanciful, the freakish and unnatural, buy this book.” —IGMS on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT?

“If you derive any sort of pleasure from the grotesque, the fanciful, the freakish and unnatural, buy this book.” —IGMS on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT? [review]

REVIEW: “An imaginative winner.” —Locus Magazine (on “Fossil Heart”)

LOCUS reviewed Amanda Downum’s story “Fossil Heart,” calling it “an imaginative winner.” [review]

REVIEW: “A really intriguing, spooky anthology [with] an incredible table of contents.” —The Verge, on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT?

“A really intriguing, spooky anthology [with] an incredible table of contents.” —The Verge, on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT? [review]

REVIEW: “A collection of tales that are clever, chilling, and #@&%ing weird” —Barnes & Noble, on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT?

“[A] particularly clever horror collection […] A collection of tales that are clever, chilling, and #@&%ing weird.” —Barnes & Noble, on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT? [review]

REVIEW: “This anthology’s fusion of literary horror and emotional/psychological depth will appeal to readers tired of formulaic genre fiction.” —Library Journal (Starred Review), on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT?

“This anthology’s fusion of literary horror and emotional/psychological depth will appeal to readers tired of formulaic genre fiction. (Starred Review)” —Library Journal, on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT? [review]

REVIEW: “A genuinely chilling, wildly imaginative collection […] At once timely and timelessly unique, [this anthology] is sure to have genre fans enthralled.” —RT Book Reviews

“A genuinely chilling, wildly imaginative collection […] At once timely and timelessly unique, [this anthology] is sure to have genre fans enthralled.” [Top Pick, 4.5 Star Rating] —RT Book Reviews, on WHAT THE #@&% IS THAT? [review]

REVIEW: “[An] amazing collection […] ranging from hilarious to truly terrifying […] a great option to hand to horror fans.” —Booklist

“[An] amazing collection […] ranging from hilarious to truly terrifying […] a great option to hand to horror fans.” —Booklist, on What the #@&% Is That? [review]

REVIEW: “The only rating I could possibly give the book is five stars” —Dread Central

“If you’re looking for a read (or lots of reads, as the case may be) that’s equally fun, scary, and thoughtprovoking, then What the #@&% Is That? will be up your alley. With editors as experienced as John Joseph Adams and Douglas Cohen, I’d be surprised if most horror/sci-fi fans don’t enjoy it. The only rating I could possibly give the book is five [out of five] stars.” —Dread Central, on What the #@&% Is That? [review]

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