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None of You Shall Be Spared by Brian Evenson

None of You Shall Be Spared by Brian Evenson

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A new collection from Brian Evenson
Front cover artwork by Rebecca Clegg
Edited by Curtis M. Lawson

It's coming for all of us.

Shirley Jackson and World Fantasy Award-winning author Brian Evenson has become one of the defining voices of contemporary horror. His sparse, inventive and intimate style has left a permanent impression on the landscape of dark fiction. Praised by Peter Straub for placing himself “furthest out on the sheerest, least sheltered narrative precipice”, heralded by legends such as George Saunders and R. L. Stine, and beloved by readers of literary fiction and horror alike, there are few authors who bring so much to the table.

This brilliant collection contains twenty of his most spectacular short stories, including three brand new tales, and the rare novella Baby Leg. In trademark Evenson fashion, one can feel a palpable connection to the yearnings, fears, and losses that his characters suffer. From the terror of being stalked by a man you thought you’d killed, to the desperate hope for the return of a loved one, each story is woven from deep imagination, sincere emotion, and the unblinking examination of everything dark that surrounds us.

These stories will enthrall you. They will leave a bit of themselves within you, and you will leave a bit of yourself within them. No one is safe from the web Evenson weaves, and none of you shall be spared.

Brian Evenson is the author of a dozen books of fiction, most recently the story collection The Glassy, Burning Floor of Hell (2021) and the Weird West microcollection Black Bark (2023). His collection Song for the Unraveling of the World (2019) won the Shirley Jackson Award and the World Fantasy Award and was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times’ Ray Bradbury Prize for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Speculative Fiction. Previous books have won the American Library Association’s RUSA PrizeAward and the International Horror Guild Award, and have been finalists for the Edgar Award. He is the recipient of three O. Henry Prizes, an NEA fellowship, and a Guggenheim Award. His work has been translated into more than a dozen languages. He lives in Los Angeles and teaches at CalArts.

Table of Contents

Knock, Knock
In the Nursery
I Cannot Remember
Waiting for Mother
The Train’s Path
All Those Lost Days
The Teeth
The Wilcox Remainder
And Yet
Lost Dog
A Bloody Hand to Shake
The Fourth Scene
Leaving Leed
Baby Leg
Story Notes


Signed by the Author & Artist Hardcover Edition

  • Signed by Author and Artist
  • Color Dust Jacket
  • Cover artwork by Rebecca Clegg
  • Front Cover and Spine Stampings
  • Limited to 100 Editions
  • 6" x 9" Trim Size

Signed & Lettered Deluxe Hardcover Edition with Slipcase

  • Signed by Author and Artist
  • Hand-Lettered A to Z
  • Color Dust Jacket
  • Front Cover and Spine Stampings
  • Limited to 26 Lettered Editions
  • Housed in a Slipcase
  • 6" x 9" Trim Size

Signed and double lettered (AA-ZZ) deluxe hardcover edition

  • Signed by Author and Artist
  • Hand-Lettered AA to ZZ
  • Color Dust Jacket
  • Front Cover and Spine Stampings
  • Limited to 26 Double-Lettered Editions
  • There is no slipcase with this edition

100 Signed & Numbered Trade Paperback Edition

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  • Hand-Lettered 1 to 100
  • Color Dust Jacket
  • Cover artwork by Rebecca Clegg
  • Limited to 100 Editions
  • 6" x 9" Trim Size


“Evenson’s little nightmares are deftly crafted, stylistically daring, and surprisingly emotional.” —Kirkus Reviews

“… the kind of writer who leads you into the labyrinth, then abandons you there. It’s hard to believe a guy can be so frightening, so consistently.” —The New York Times

“To read Evenson is to be privy to a precise, vivid, brilliant unpicking of the everyday—and its others.” —China Miéville

“Brian Evenson is one of my favorite living horror writers.” —Carmen Maria Machado

“Evenson’s fiction is equal parts obsessive, experimental, and violent. It can be soul-shaking.” —The New Yorker

“Brian Evenson is one of the treasures of American story writing, a true successor both to the generation of Coover, Barthelme, Hawkes and Co., but also to Edgar Allan Poe.” —Jonathan Lethem

“There is not a more intense, prolific, or apocalyptic writer of fiction in America than Brian Evenson.” —George Saunders

“His stories are deeply terrifying and so troubling that they linger in your mind long after you’ve read them.” —R.L. Stine, creator of Goosebumps

“Brian Evenson is the Donald Barthelme of psychological horror.”
—Los Angeles Times

“Few things in literature aren’t up for debate, but the fact that Brian Evenson is among the most versatile and accomplished writers of contemporary American fiction is one of them.” —Gabino Iglesias

“Like with Borges or Kafka, every one of Brian Evenson’s stories are a whole world distilled down to a few pages, and rendered in a pointillism that feels not just abstract, but cosmic, yet is gritty all the same, and leaves a distinct, bloody residue in your mind, in your heart. And then you can no longer look at the world the way you used to.”
—Stephen Graham Jones

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