Just in time for Halloween, we have a new two volume set you might want to check out called The Century's Best Horror Fiction. It's edited by John Pelan and published by Cemetery Dance Publication. The call number is PN6120.95.H727 C46 2011, and it's located on the second floor of King. The editor selected one story published during each year of the 20th Century. There was only one selection per author and one selection per year. Booklist describes this book as an "intoxicating reading experience." Some of the authors included in this collection are H. G. Wells, Algernon Blackwood, M. R. James, E. F. Benson, Lord Dunsany, H. P. Lovecraft, and Shirley Jackson. I found the selections from the beginning of the century especially intriguing!
If you're interested in reading other horror stories for Halloween, you might be interested in some of these titles:
The Year's best fantasy and horror. King Library (2nd floor) | PN6120.95.F25 Y4
Darkness: two decades of modern horror edited by Ellen Datlow. King Library (2nd floor) | PS648.H6 D378 2010
Zombies: the recent dead edited by Paula Guran. King Library (2nd floor) | PN6120.95.H727 Z65 2010
American fantastic tales: terror and the uncanny from the 1940s to now edited by Peter Straub. King Library (2nd floor) | PS648.H6 A46 2009
Enjoy All Hallow's Read!