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Nicholas Royle (2) (1963–)

Autor(a) de White Spines: Confessions of a Book Collector

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Obras de Nicholas Royle

White Spines: Confessions of a Book Collector (2021) 51 cópias, 2 resenhas
Antwerp (2004) 47 cópias, 2 resenhas
The Director's Cut (2000) 40 cópias, 1 resenha
Counterparts (1993) 37 cópias
Regicide (2011) 35 cópias
The Gist (2013) — Tradutor — 35 cópias, 2 resenhas
First Novel (2013) 34 cópias
A Book of Two Halves: New Football Short Stories (1996) — Editor; Contribuinte — 30 cópias
Best British Short Stories 2017 (2017) — Editor — 27 cópias, 1 resenha
The Best British Short Stories 2011 (2011) — Editor — 27 cópias
The Time Out Book of New York Short Stories (1997) — Editor — 26 cópias
Best British Short Stories 2016 (2016) — Editor — 20 cópias, 2 resenhas
Best British Short Stories 2019 (2019) — Editor — 18 cópias, 1 resenha
The Matter of the Heart (1997) 18 cópias
The Best British Short Stories 2012 (2012) — Editor — 16 cópias
The Best British Short Stories 2013 (2013) — Editor — 15 cópias
The Best British Short Stories 2014 (2014) — Editor — 14 cópias
Saxophone Dreams (1996) 13 cópias
The Best British Short Stories 2015 (2015) — Editor — 12 cópias
Darklands (1991) — Editor — 12 cópias
Mortality (2006) 11 cópias
Best British Short Stories 2020 (2020) — Editor — 11 cópias, 2 resenhas
Murmurations: An Anthology of Uncanny Stories About Birds (2011) — Editor; Contribuinte — 10 cópias
The Art Of The Novel (2015) 10 cópias
The Enigma of Departure (2008) 9 cópias
London Gothic (2020) 7 cópias
Best British Short Stories 2018 (2018) — Editor — 7 cópias
Darklands: No. 2 (1992) — Editor — 6 cópias
Manchester Uncanny (2022) 5 cópias
Best British Short Stories 2021 (2021) — Editor — 5 cópias, 2 resenhas
Best British Short Stories 2022 (2022) — Editor — 5 cópias, 2 resenhas
The Agony and the Ecstasy (1998) 4 cópias
X7: A Seven Deadly Sins Anthology (2013) 4 cópias, 1 resenha
Negatives {short story} (1990) 4 cópias, 1 resenha
In Camera (2016) 3 cópias
Best British Short Stories 2023 (2023) — Editor — 3 cópias, 1 resenha
The Invisible Collection (2020) 3 cópias
On the Wing [short fiction] — Tradutor — 3 cópias
The Reunion (2012) 3 cópias
The Appetite (paperback) (2008) 3 cópias
Continuity Error 3 cópias
Irrelativity 2 cópias
Tracks 2 cópias, 1 resenha
Hide and Seek 2 cópias
Standard Gauge 2 cópias
Rotterdam 2 cópias
Lancashire 2 cópias
Mbo 2 cópias
Kingyo No Fun 1 exemplar(es)
The Cast 1 exemplar(es)
Sitting Tenant 1 exemplar(es)
Lacuna 1 exemplar(es)
The Churring 1 exemplar(es)
Ours Now 1 exemplar(es)
Off [short fiction] 1 exemplar(es), 1 resenha
Skin Deep 1 exemplar(es)
Saxophone 1 exemplar(es)
Salt 1 exemplar(es)
Murder 1 exemplar(es)
D.GO [short fiction] (1990) 1 exemplar(es), 1 resenha
The sculptor's hand [short fiction] 1 exemplar(es), 1 resenha

Associated Works

Love in Vein II : Eighteen More Tales of Vampiric Erotica (1997) — Contribuinte — 495 cópias, 7 resenhas
Book of the Dead (1989) — Contribuinte — 385 cópias, 4 resenhas
Shadows Over Innsmouth (1994) — Contribuinte — 373 cópias, 1 resenha
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Eighth Annual Collection (1991) — Contribuinte — 311 cópias, 6 resenhas
Black Wings of Cthulhu: Tales of Lovecraftian Horror (2010) — Contribuinte — 272 cópias, 8 resenhas
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Seventh Annual Collection (1994) — Contribuinte — 257 cópias, 2 resenhas
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Sixteenth Annual Collection (2003) — Contribuinte — 233 cópias, 2 resenhas
Tails of Wonder and Imagination: Cat Stories (2010) — Contribuinte — 220 cópias, 7 resenhas
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2007: 20th Annual Collection (2007) — Contribuinte — 212 cópias, 3 resenhas
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Sixth Annual Collection (1993) — Contribuinte — 209 cópias, 1 resenha
The Mammoth Book of Zombies (1993) — Contribuinte — 204 cópias, 2 resenhas
The Best Horror of the Year Volume One (2009) — Contribuinte — 196 cópias, 2 resenhas
The Mammoth Book of Wolf Men (1994) — Contribuinte — 164 cópias, 3 resenhas
Black Wings of Cthulhu 2 (1601) — Contribuinte — 140 cópias, 2 resenhas
Year's Best Fantasy 3 (2003) — Contribuinte — 134 cópias, 2 resenhas
Little Deaths (1995) — Contribuinte — 132 cópias, 1 resenha
Cutting Edge (1985) — Contribuinte — 129 cópias
Poe: 19 New Tales Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe (2009) — Contribuinte — 124 cópias, 4 resenhas
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 19 (2008) — Contribuinte — 124 cópias, 1 resenha
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 14 (2003) — Contribuinte — 116 cópias, 2 resenhas
The Best Horror of the Year Volume Three (2011) — Contribuinte — 116 cópias, 4 resenhas
The Mammoth Book of Dracula (1997) — Contribuinte — 115 cópias, 1 resenha
Nightmares: A New Decade of Modern Horror (2016) — Contribuinte — 110 cópias, 10 resenhas
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 21 (2010) — Contribuinte — 100 cópias, 1 resenha
Twists of the Tale: An Anthology of Cat Horror (1996) — Contribuinte — 87 cópias
Best New Horror (1989) — Contribuinte — 86 cópias, 3 resenhas
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 25 (2014) — Contribuinte — 85 cópias
Best New Horror 2 (1991) — Contribuinte — 79 cópias
The Best British Mysteries (2003) — Contribuinte — 77 cópias
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 18 (2007) — Contribuinte — 76 cópias
Black Feathers: Dark Avian Tales: An Anthology (2017) — Contribuinte — 74 cópias, 9 resenhas
Best New Horror 3 (1992) — Contribuinte — 73 cópias
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 12 (2001) — Contribuinte — 70 cópias
House of Fear: An Anthology of Haunted House Stories (2011) — Contribuinte — 67 cópias, 3 resenhas
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 07 (1996) — Contribuinte — 66 cópias, 1 resenha
100 Twisted Little Tales of Torment (1998) — Contribuinte — 65 cópias, 1 resenha
The Giant Book of Fantasy and the Supernatural (1994) — Contribuinte — 65 cópias
The Cutting Room: Dark Reflections of the Silver Screen (2014) — Contribuinte — 62 cópias, 8 resenhas
The Mammoth Book of Best British Mysteries (2008) — Contribuinte — 62 cópias, 1 resenha
The Year's Best Horror Stories: XVIII (1990) — Contribuinte — 59 cópias, 2 resenhas
Dead Letters (2016) — Contribuinte — 57 cópias
Best New Horror 4 (1993) — Contribuinte — 53 cópias
The New Uncanny: Tales of Unease (2009) — Contribuinte — 52 cópias, 1 resenha
In Dreams (1992) — Contribuinte — 52 cópias
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 08 (1997) — Contribuinte — 51 cópias
Dancing With the Dark (1999) — Contribuinte — 49 cópias, 1 resenha
The Year's Best Horror Stories: XIX (1991) — Contribuinte — 48 cópias, 1 resenha
100 Fiendish Little Frightmares (1997) — Contribuinte — 46 cópias, 2 resenhas
Horror: The Best of the Year, 2006 Edition (2006) — Contribuinte — 45 cópias, 1 resenha
Narrow Houses: Tales of Superstition, Suspense, and Fear (1992) — Contribuinte — 45 cópias, 1 resenha
The End of the Line: An Anthology of Underground Horror (2010) — Contribuinte — 44 cópias, 2 resenhas
Dark Terrors 5: The Gollancz Book of Horror (2000) — Contribuinte — 43 cópias
The Year's Best Horror Stories: XXII (1994) — Contribuinte — 43 cópias
The Best New Horror: Volume Six (1995) — Contribuinte — 42 cópias
Taverns of the Dead (2005) — Contribuinte — 41 cópias, 2 resenhas
Final Shadows (1991) — Contribuinte — 40 cópias
Perverted by Language: Fiction Inspired by The Fall (2007) — Contribuinte — 39 cópias
100 Tiny Tales of Terror (1996) — Contribuinte — 33 cópias
The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime 9 (2012) — Contribuinte — 32 cópias
The Big Book of Cyberpunk (2023) — Contribuinte — 31 cópias
Last Drink Bird Head : A Flash Fiction Anthology for Charity (2009) — Contribuinte — 29 cópias, 1 resenha
Obsessions (1991) — Contribuinte, algumas edições29 cópias, 1 resenha
The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime 8 (2011) — Contribuinte — 28 cópias, 2 resenhas
British Invasion (2008) — Contribuinte — 27 cópias
In the Footsteps of Dracula: Tales of the Un-Dead Count (2017) — Contribuinte — 27 cópias, 2 resenhas
Dark Terrors 6 (2002) — Contribuinte — 27 cópias
Shadows & Tall Trees 7 (2017) — Contribuinte — 26 cópias, 3 resenhas
Dark Terrors 2 (1996) — Contribuinte — 24 cópias
Interzone: The 5th Anthology (1991) — Contribuinte — 23 cópias, 1 resenha
Dark Terrors (1996) — Contribuinte — 22 cópias
Crossing the Border (1998) — Contribuinte — 21 cópias, 1 resenha
The Giant Book of Terror (1994) — Contribuinte — 21 cópias
Dark Voices 4 : the Pan Book of Horror (1992) — Contribuinte — 19 cópias
The Spectral Book of Horror Stories (2014) — Contribuinte — 15 cópias
Dark of the Night: New Tales of Horror and the Supernatural (1997) — Contribuinte — 13 cópias
21st-Century Gothic: Great Gothic Novels Since 2000 (2010) — Contribuinte — 11 cópias
We've Been Waiting For You and Other Tales of Unease (2000) — Introdução, algumas edições10 cópias
Poe's Progeny (2005) — Contribuinte — 10 cópias
Dark Voices 5 (1993) — Contribuinte — 9 cópias
Terror Tales of London (2013) — Contribuinte — 9 cópias
Best British Horror 2018 (2018) — Contribuinte — 8 cópias, 6 resenhas
Exotic Gothic 2: New Tales of Taboo (2008) — Contribuinte — 7 cópias
Exotic Gothic: Forbidden Tales from Our Gothic World (2007) — Contribuinte — 7 cópias
Beneath the Ground (2002) — Contribuinte — 6 cópias
Secret City: Strange Tales of London (1997) — Contribuinte — 5 cópias
Dark Voices 6 (1994) — Contribuinte — 5 cópias
Interzone 114 (1996)algumas edições4 cópias
Something Remains (2016) — Contribuinte — 4 cópias
White of the Moon (1999) — Contribuinte — 3 cópias, 1 resenha
Nightmare Magazine, December 2020 (2020) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias, 1 resenha
Scaremongers (1997) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias
Black Static 18 2 cópias
Dark in the Day (2016) — Contribuinte — 1 exemplar(es)


Conhecimento Comum



I can't really explain except to say that night is my enemy. It's dark and terrible. Night whispers death. Every creature shrinks from it because the dark wants us and we sense it will bite to kill. It will kill if it can. And somewhere this tiny voice I hear is reassuring me. It repeats that night is only a means to morning, and the morning will take away all my terrors and give me fresh hope, if I can get to Walsingham.''

One of the best instalments in the series.

Highlights include:

The Woman Who Lived in a Restaurant (Leone Ross): A woman ''haunts'' a restaurant in order to be close to her one true love. Extremely moving and haunting.

The Politics of Minor Resistance (Jessie Greengrass): Working in a job that practically requires you to become a robot, a woman narrates her daily routine in a voice that cries in despair.

Walsingham (Trevor Fevin): Such a mysterious, eerie story...A woman who has experienced abuse is making a pilgrimage to find peace. However, the omens she encounters foretell anything but. A masterpiece that hovers between Gothic terror and Folk horror.

Mrs. Świȩtokrzyskie's Castle (Colette Sensier): A middle-aged woman becomes obsessed with an online RPG game. She falls (in dubious ways) for a man she has never seen and her actions result in strange repercussions for her children. Just how far can loneliness impact the weak-minded?

A Leg to Stand On (Neil Campbell): An academic feud goes horribly awry...

''We came back as ghosts from the war, haunting the places we once called home, but they had changed utterly, or rather it was that trench foot, trench mouth, the dawn burst of star shells, had changed us. The things we'd seen meant that we could no longer step upon the same blithe pavements, could no longer hold the dry, decisive hands of older girls on summer evenings, could no longer look with the same eyes on the wainscoting and gambling, the ivy, the chimney-topped roofs of our homes. Now we live between London's boarding houses and cafes, her pubs and her parks, striding with collars up through the endless, pitiless rain.''

Wyndham Le Strange Buys the School (Alex Preston): Four veterans of WWI (who might or might not be ghosts...) return to their familiar grounds only to find that the world has changed beyond recognition. An ode to Checkhov and a lament to life.

Song of the River (John Saul): Two young women move in a place near the Thames and we witness their almost whimsical conversations about strange dreams and music.

1961 (Greg Thorpe): A story of identity and stardom, using the icon that was Judy Garland, set in New York.

The Staring Man (David Gaffney): A woman who makes models is visited by a mysterious old man, prompting her to create the figure of a staring man. She can't know that she has found herself a part in a tragic story. A beautiful dance between the supernatural and the real horrors in our lives.

''From the window at the sink I see blackbirds tapping the soil, early-morning spring thrushes, sheep at the fence. I notice the state of the clouds across the valley. Sounds I've made fill the room - the suck of water as it drains from the sink, mugs on their hooks chiming against each other, the end of conversation.''

My Husband Wants to Talk to Me Again (Kate Hendry): The disintegration of a marriage depicted through an absolute lack of communication.

The Only Thing Is Certain Is (Thomas McMullan): A true masterpiece! A man faces the death of his child and the cruel task of a cremation gone wrong in a city that seems to have succumbed to a strange regime. Is it a hallucination or a coping mechanism?

''That was what Scottish Islands were, after all: heather and bracken, tumbledown crofts and Highland cows, solitary eagles, hovering over rugged grandeur. And water: streams to waterfalls, crashing waves - a lot of water.''

Distance (Janice Galloway): A mysterious woman, who is clearly facing psychological issues, is almost disappointed when she finds out that her illness is actually curable. A story with a protagonist whose motives are unclear and a highly troubling mother-child relationship.

It is December now. Frost patterns the windows, shimmers on the roofs, making icicles of the towers. The weeds that smashed through the cellar door, that vined their way in through windows and shutters have died, leaving their yellow-brown corpses underfoot. The bats control the towers; further down the moths rustle and birds shriek and creak and cackle. Foxes scarper through the corridors, their swift brushes sweeping trails in the dust. There is an owl in the dormitory sitting watch over me as I sleep. Through the broken windows of the library, snow has blown, and banks up against the armchairs, the mildweed ottoman.''
… (mais)
AmaliaGavea | 1 outra resenha | Jul 14, 2024 |
One of the weakest volumes in the series, filled with stories that felt focused on being gross and shocking, And NOT in a pleasantly literary way. Stories like Sink Rate by David Frankel should come with a tiger warning and I am a sworn enemy to trigger warnings. However, some of us do travel a lot, others have experienced traumatic events related to flights. Why any editor would think this story should be included in the collection is beyond me. Others like RZ Baschir’s The Chicken and Will Wiles’s The Meat Stream were horrible, unreadable. If these writers have won ‘awards’ for their writing, I pity us all contemporary readers.

When you only enjoy 10 out of 20 stories, the omens are not in your favour, right? On the bright side, these 10 stories are easily among the best I’ve ever read, born out of bold ideas and exceptional writing.

How You Find Yourself (Sara Sherwood): A life narrated in relationships with acute remarks on womanhood and intimacy.

Single Sit (Edward Hogan): The lightning relationship between an employer and an employee, set in the quietly haunting English landscape.

Offcomers (Rosanna Hildyard): In a situation that mirrors the time of the pandemic, a couple (not a father and a daughter as an idiot below would have you believe…) tries to cope with the risks of farming. Except the husband is an absolute brute. Set in the rugged land of Yorkshire.

‘’A window a table a recess with a lamp.
A window a table.
A moon looking in.’’

Square/Recess/Moon (Ben Pester): A brilliant, evocative metaphor for the loneliness and frustrations of modern life. Extraordinarily beautiful writing.

Sarcophagus (Alice M): A woman narrates her thoughts while being in an MRI scan machine.

The Comet (Sonya Moor): A make-up artist narrates her meeting with Simone Veil, the French politician who survived the unimaginable horror of Auschwitz and went on to pass the legalization of abortion in 1975. Moving, poignant, the absolute gem in the collection.

A Visit to the Bonesetter (Christopher Burns): This story scared the living daylights out of me. In a dystopian society, a married couple gets a taste of the authority’s desire to eradicate what makes us humans.

An Easement (Paul Mcquade): A new life awaits the lovers of our story, yet new beginnings are seldom pleasant. An atmospheric story set in the rural landscape of the USA.

New To It All (Sean Padraic Birnie): A body horror tale done right. Exquisitely disconcerting.

Wild City (Sophie Mackintosh): A designer returns to a city that has decided to make the transition from urban to rural in a dystopian setting that looks eerily familiar.
… (mais)
AmaliaGavea | 1 outra resenha | Jun 6, 2024 |
''After the rain, the last of the daylight came riding over Mynydd Mawr with the crows. The mountain choked on torrents of white water and the bracken smelled of its colour. From the shadows of the sycamore tree, the old horse emerged and nibbled at the edges of the puddles. The world had awakened again just in time for dusk.''

One of the best volumes of the series. These are my favourite stories in the collection.

General Impression of Size and Shape (Rosalind Brown : An adultery leading to break - up, narrated within the context of birds and their symbolism. A story written in haunting language.

When the Nightjar Sleeps (Andrew Michael Hurley) : A young boy is haunted by the death of his father and the mysteries of the moors.

The Sea In Me (Krishan Coupland) : The whimsical, bittersweet story of a young girl who tries to survive her mother's fixation on her future career. A tender tale, told in the distinctive, gloomy British style I adore.

Safe (Vesna Main) : A violent, yet extremely poignant story of abuse and revenge

Never Thought He'd Go : Four youths must face the consequences of the tragic mess they've created.

Later he heard of men seeking him by the fields and the canal, all the way to the river. It was lugged up with leaves, rotting pieces of wood from old boats, heads of elderflower glowing their clouds of white, cartons, dust, shadows and leaves, floating downstream.''

The Wind Calling (Deirdre Shanahan) : An atmospheric tale with a Romani touch of first love, summer freedom and the dreams of youth that are seldom fulfilled.

Is-and (Claire Dean) : The best story in the collection. A modern twist to the legend of the Changeling. What a terrific short film this would make!

This Skin Doesn't Fit Me Any More (Eliot North) : A mysterious story of a family that hides more than meets the eye and a deeply disturbed boy.

Language (Daisy Johnson) : Daisy Johnson creates one more masterpiece in a story of infatuation, motherly loves, selfishness and the denial to move on.
… (mais)
AmaliaGavea | Mar 17, 2024 |
''Words are empty rooms when they enter into common usage. Some arrange comfortable sofas, a bookshelf and warm lighting within themselves. Others, those words and strings of words that are taboo, contain that many furnishings it's impossible to move through them.''
Still Life, Matthew Turner

In my opinion, the new instalment of Best British Short Stories edited by Nicholas Royle for 2023 was a rather mixed bag. Most of the stories lacked character and, frankly, the writing itself was disappointing compared to previous volumes. These are my favourite stories in the collection:

Islands by Miles Greenwood: The touching chronicle of a daughter who became a mother and her son.

The Nights by Briony Thompson: Haunting and mysterious, it finds the golden balance between Folk Horror and a contemporary, straightforward tone narrating the implications of being a member of a close-knit rural community. Exquisite!

Still Life by Matthew Turner: Love, loss and despair in a haunting account that hides more than meets the eye.

When We Went Gallivanting by Leone Ross: The almost satirical, yet poignant story of a block of flats that decided to start moving around written with unique spirit by Leone Ross.

Bonsoir (after Ithell Colquhoun) by AK Blakemore: One of the most mystical and cryptic stories I've recently read. You need to read this one.

Common Ground by Alison Moore: A seemingly innocent, albeit slightly annoying neighbour becomes a true menace for a woman who refuses to put up with his nonsense.

The Bull by David Bevan: A moving story of the unique bond between a daughter and her father.
… (mais)
AmaliaGavea | Nov 18, 2023 |



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Alinah Azadeh Contributor
Lydia Gill Contributor
Taina Rajanti Contributor
J. Hillis Miller Contributor
Timothy Clark Contributor
David Bevan Contributor
Briony Thompson Contributor
Outi Pasanen Contributor
Gareth E. Rees Contributor
Matti Savolainen Contributor
Robert Young Contributor
Jim Gibson Contributor
Kerry Hadley-Pryce Contributor
Sharon Kivland Contributor
Philip Jennings Contributor
Markku Eskelinen Contributor
Gerald Doherty Contributor
Gabriel Flynn Contributor
Thomas Kent Contributor
Jacques Derrida Contributor
Steve Banks Cover photo
Suzanne Dean Cover designer


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