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Just in time for Halloween! After the success of popular films such as No, Us And OutOscar-winning writer Jordan Peele tries his best to get the book published Out There Screaming: An Anthology of New Black Horrora collection of horror stories by black authors edited by the writer-director.
And like the new bestselling novel from another master of horror, Stephen King, Hollythe anthology reached the number one spot on the Amazon Best Sellers List in Horror at the time of writing.
On sale for $25 (or $5 off at Amazon) Screaming there – in which Peele wrote the introduction – features the work of nearly twenty beloved and emerging black authors, including Erin E. Adams, Ezra Claytan Daniels, Tananarive Due, Nalo Hopkinson, Tochi Onyebuchi, Rebecca Roanhorse, Terence Taylor, Cadwell Turnbull and many more .
In the meantime, Screaming there is available as an e-book for the Kindle e-readers and Kindle app for $13.99, and as an unabridged Audible audiobook for $5.95 – for Audible members only.
No member? Sign up for a 30-day free trial and receive two free audiobooks (incl Screaming there). After that, the service automatically renews for $14.95 per month. However, the audiobook service has a promotion of $5.95 per month for the first four months of your subscription when you sign up before December 31.
As for the 400-page book itself, it features short stories ranging from police brutality and profiling to two freedom knights stranded in pre-Civil Rights Alabama, while the book as a whole explores the reality of injustice through terror and the supernatural. .
Jordan Peele’s Out There Screaming: An Anthology of New Black Horror is now available on Amazon as a hardcover book, for Kindle as an e-book, and for Audible as an audiobook. Read the book here.