Sometimes good writers are forgotten. As are good editors, of course. Charles L. Grant wrote some wonderful fiction, particulary (for me) his short stories about Oxrun Station, a strange town where weird stuff happened. He helped define quiet horror back in the Eighties with his fiction and by editing some of the most influential - and readable - anthologies of the decade.
So, celebrate Grant by moseying on over to the blogathon being held in his memory. The contributors include Lynda E. Rucker, whose thoughts on Grant are here.