For the first time in one anthology, Andrew Barger has compiled the best werewolf stories from the period when werewolf short stories were first written. The stories are “Hugues the Wer-Wolf: A Kentish Legend of the Middle Ages,” “The Man-Wolf,” “A Story of a Weir-Wolf,” “The Wehr-Wolf: A Legend of the Limousin,” and “The White Wolf of the Hartz Mountains.” It is believed that two of these stories have never been republished in over one hundred and fifty years since their original printing. Read "The Best Werewolf Short Stories 1800-1849" tonight, just make sure it is not by the light of a full moon!”
Knowledgeably compiled and deftly edited by Andrew Barger, “The Best Werewolf Short Stories 1800-1849: A Classic Werewolf Anthology” is a 170-page literary compendium covering a fifty year span from 1800 to 1849 and identifying famous and not-so-well known authors who wrote werewolf stories . . .. After an informed and informative introduction on the subject by Andrew Barger, five of these stories are presented in full, followed by a listing of short stories considered from 1800 to 1849, along with an index of Real Names. A seminal work of impressive scholarship, “The Best Werewolf Short Stories 1800-1849: A Classic Werewolf Anthology” is highly recommended reading for fantasy fans, and a valued addition to academic library Literary Studies reference collections. MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
Andrew Barger is the author of The Divine Dantes trilogy that follows the characters of The Divine Comedy through a modern world. Andrew is the award winning author of "Coffee with Poe: A Novel of Edgar Allan Poe's Life" and "The Best Horror Short Stories 1800-1849". His first collection of short stories is "Mailboxes - Mansions - Memphistopheles". His other popular anthologies are "The Best Vampire Stories 1800-1849", "The Best Werewolf Short Stories 1800-1849" and "The Best Ghost Stories 1800-1849".read more
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