Pandemonium: Lost Souls
- "An Experiment in Misery" by Stephen Crane
- "Quality" by John Galsworthy
- "Amanda Todd" by Mary Wilkins Freeman
- "The Professor" by Calista Halsey Patchin
- "The King is Dead, Long Live the King" by Mary Coleridge
- "Ixion in Heaven" by Benjamin Disraeli
- "Christopherson" by George Gissing
- "Emperor Norton" by May Wentworth
- "A Butterfly in the Fog" by Latrobe Carroll
- "Marooned" by Robert W. Chambers
- "Hepaticas" by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
- "The Prisoners" by John Reynolds
- "The Four-Fifteen Express" by Amelia B. Edwards
- "A Double-Dyed Deceiver" by O. Henry
- "The Devil's Age", a new tale by David Bryher
- And many others
Illustrated by Vincent Sammy
Edited and introduced by Anne C. Perry and Jared Shurin
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Kindle (UK): £3.99 (Amazon)
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Paperback (UK): £7.99
Limited Edition (100 numbered copies): £14.99
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Lost Souls is a collection of forlorn and forgotten stories, carefully selected by the editors of the Pandemonium series.
The anthology brings together tales of woe and angst, loneliness, redemption and humour, featuring starving artists, possessed Popes, damned kings and hopeful prisoners. Lost Souls is an exploration of what it is that makes us human - and what happens when that's stripped away.
Press and Reviews
"In spite of their age, most of these stories remain eminently readable, even if at times their prose is a little dated. Taken together, this resurrection of these out-of-print stories makes for a rich reading experience as well as a reminder that love, loss, sorrow and all the other human emotions displayed herein are timeless. With Lost Souls Shurin and Perry have not only delivered another wonderful anthology, but have shown themselves to have a great eye for what makes a good story, be it speculative or not." - A Fantastical Librarian
"Something very special.... The collection as a whole reveals a portrait of the development of horror, fantasy, and the weird that we all know and love." - The British Fantasy Society
One of A Fantastical Librarian's Most Anticipated Titles for Summer 2012
Jared Shurin's "Five Reasons to Find Lost Souls" and "Robert Chambers: Fallen Titan"
David Bryher on writing "The Devil's Age"