--- In email@example.com, "jacquesdebierue"
If I see the names Penzler, Gorman,
> Greenberg, Weinberg or Pronzini on an anthology, I usually buy it
> sight unseen. Not so with Haining. I don't like sloppy jobs.
I'm not sure you shouldn't blame the publishers of the edition you
have. My experience with most earlier Haining anthos is that they had
at least reasonable previous publication credits, but some of the
instant remainder publishers, and entirely too many of the typical
trade publishers these days, try to slight this kind of information as
much as possible.
Todd Mason (who would Ron Goulart, mostly inactive in this wise now,
to your list of trustworthy editors of this kind of anthology)
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