Arithmophobia: An Anthology of Mathematical Horror by Robert Lewis

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Arithmophobia: An Anthology of Mathematical Horror by Robert Lewis
English | 2024 | Horror

“Arithmophobia,” n.: The fear of numbers or mathematics.
Whether you love mathematics or find it terrifying, this anthology of original tales of terror is sure to send a chill down your spine. With an unlucky thirteen brand new horror stories and a bonus poem in case any readers suffer from triskaidekaphobia, these pages combine the talents of some of the genre’s most experienced award-winning practitioners of terror and some of the literary world’s most promising new voices.
Featuring contributions by Elizabeth Massie, Miguel Fliguer, Mike Slater, Patrick Freivald, Liz Kaufman, Damon Nomad, Sarah Lazarz, Martin Zeigler, Josh Snider, Rivka Crowbourne, Joe Stout, Brian Knight, Wil Forbis, David Lee Summers, and Maxwell I. Gold.
These stories tell us of strange and horrifying new geometries, crazed and violent mathematicians, sentient and malevolent numbers, and even some new mathematical twists on some classic monsters. You needn’t be a mathematician to experience these new forms of mathematical terror, though students of the discipline might recognize some familiar names and ideas lurking in the shadows.
So pull up a chair, dust off your abacus and slide rule, and prepare to experience…

One Two Buckle My Shoe by Elizabeth Massie
Splinters by Miguel Fliguer and Mike Slater
Manifold Thoughts by Patrick Freivald
Real Numbers by Liz Kaufman
Eratosthenes Map by Damon Nomad
They’ll Say It Was The Communists by Sarah Lazarz
Trains Passing by Martin Zeigler
Asymmetrical Dreams by Josh Snider
Critical Mass by Rivka Crowbourne
Lost and Found by Joe Stout
A Strange Thing Happened at the Coffee Shop by Brian Knight
Solve for X by Wil Forbis
A Presence Beyond the Shadows by David Lee Summers
The Ghosts of the Spiral by Maxwell I Gold

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