The first volume of the World Fantasy Award nominated anthology of Canadian horror short fiction by Nancy Baker, Robert Bloch, and others. When the first volume of Northern Frights hit the shelves in 1992, it started a new era of Canadian horror and dark fantasy fiction. Series editor Don Hutchison challenged authors "to produce weird fiction of exceptional merit"-and they delivered unforgettable short stories that launched careers, won awards, and garnered widespread acclaim. From "The Man Who Cried 'Wolf!'", Robert Bloch's classic werewolf thriller, to Garfield Reeves-Stevens' gripping story of supernatural terror in the Toronto suburbs, to Galad Elflandsson's chilling look at horror on a snowbound highway, we invite you to bundle up with the first Northern Frights anthology and its seventeen cold-as-the-crypt tales of the fantastic and horrific. This volume includes chilling stories and poetry by: Nancy Baker, Robert Bloch, Carolyn Clink, Charles de Lint, Galad Elflandsson, Terence M. Green, Tanya Huff, Shirley Meier, Nancy Kilpatrick, David Nickle, Garfield Reeves-Stevens, Robert Sampson, Peter Sellers, Lucy Taylor, Steve Rasnic Tem, Edo van Belkom, Karen Wehrstein, and Andrew Weiner. Plus a new introduction from Don Hutchison himself.