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The 1970s were a transitional decade. The hangover from the swinging 1960s, and before the plastic, neon decadence of the 1980s. Fueled by war, popular protests, flagrant abuse of power, environmental shocks, and economic discord, the 1970s were a synthesis of paranoia and partying in a rapidly changing world. Blood, Sweat, and Fears: Horror Inspired by the 1970s takes readers back to that diabolical decade, in an unforgettable collection of ten stories that conjure the nightmare of the 70s for a new generation.

Blood, Sweat, and Fears Contributor Spotlight

Clare Francis

Clare Francis is the brainchild of two Sacramento area teachers who discovered their passion for storytelling while exploring the trails of the American River.  They can often be found at Starbucks swapping plot lines and stories about their children.  When not...

Trent Roman

Trent Roman is a Canadian writer and academic interested in speculative fiction of all sorts, currently completing a dissertation on the origins of disaster fiction. He is a recipient of the Chester Macnaghten Prize in creative writing, and his short fiction has...

John Linwood Grant

John Linwood Grant lives in Yorkshire with a pack of lurchers and a beard. He may also have a family. He has an obsession with Edwardian horror and alienation, but occasionally leaves his comfort zone for explorations of contemporary darkness. His most recent works...

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