Lords of The Razor - List of Stories in Lords of The Razor

List of Stories in Lords of The Razor

  • "The God of the Razor" the original short story by Joe R. Lansdale
  • "Jeaves and the Deteriorating Relations" by Chet Williamson
  • "The Butterfly Garden" by Stephen Gallagher
  • "Old Schick" by Gary A. Braunbeck
  • "Fence Line" by Elizabeth Massie
  • "The Art of the Deal" by Christopher Golden
  • "The Edge" by Ardath Mayhar
  • "Brief Stay in a Small Town" by Hugh B. Cave
  • "The Monster" by P.D. Cacek
  • "Back in My Arms I Want You" by Thomas Tessier
  • "Blackburn and the Blade" a novella by Bradley Denton
  • "King of Shadows" a novella by Joe R. Lansdale

Lansdale initially wrote the novel The Nightrunners as Night of the Demons, but was unable to sell it. He eventually took an excerpt, re-wrote it, and sold it as "The God of the Razor". It was published in Grue #5, in 1987. Another excerpt became the story "Boys Will Be Boys", which does not include the character featured in this anthology. He also wrote the character into a Batman short story called "Subway Jack".

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