Space Horrors is the fourth anthology of the Full-Throttle Space Tales series. Edited by David Lee Summers, Space Horrors contains blood-chilling tales of vampires and ghouls in space, by established and rising-star authors. Terrifying tales contained in this volume: "Poetic Justice" by Alastair Mayer: Space hibernation does strange things to a man. "Listening" by Anna Paradox: It's Halloween on the run to Mars. What could go wrong? "The Walking Man" by Glynn Barrass: A giant robot on Mars is in the hands of mutineers. "Natural Selection" by Simon Bleaken: The Zoological Institute warned Rebecca not to go study the bugs. "Oh Why Can't I" by C.J. Henderson: The Earth Alliance Ship Roosevelt is pitted against a world swallowing creature. "Last Man Standing" by Danielle Ackley-McPhail: Mining can be hard work, depending on who - or what - is doing the mining. "Anemia" by David Lee Summers: Vampires prefer the eternal night of space, it seems. "Chosen One" by Dana Bell: A particularly unnerving game of cat and...something. "Sleepers" by Selina Rosen: Sometimes the nightmare you wake from is not as bad as the one you wake up to. "Divining Everest" by Patrick Thomas: When the vampires call for help, you know it's bad. "Into the Abyss" by Dayton Ward: Ghosts haunting the depths of space. "Salvage" by David B. Riley: Insurance investigator Sarah Meadows is on a ghost ship and in trouble. "The Golem" by Judith Herman: A friend in need is a deadly reckoning. "In the Absence of Light" by Sarah A. Hoyt: Have you heard of the drifters? "A Touch of Frost" by Gene Mederos: Space is a hostile environment - except for zombies, of course. "Wake of the White Death" by Lee Clark Zumpe: Who will rescue the rescuers? "Plan 9 in Outer Space" by Ernest and Emily Hogan: Making bad space horror more horrible ain't easy.