Publisher description for What are you afraid of? / edited by Donald R. Gallo.

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Renowned anthologist Donald R. Gallo calls on eleven top authors to explore what happens when fear takes on a mind of its own.

Everyone is afraid of something. But for those who have phobias, that fear is exaggerated and their reactions are extreme: the heart races, sweat beads up on skin, the eyes narrow, and the throat tightens. The ten stories in this fascinating anthology all present people with debilitating
anxiety — from Alex Flinn's gripping psychological portrait of a teen with agoraphobia to David Lubar's humorous tale of a boy faced with dread incarnate in the form of his girlfriend's cat. Whether the trigger is clowns, knives, string, or crossing the street, the characters in these riveting stories confront, are confronted by, and, in some cases, ultimately succeed in overcoming their worst fears.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Fear -- Juvenile fiction.
Phobias -- Juvenile fiction.
Teenagers -- Juvenile fiction.
Short stories.
Fear -- Fiction.
Phobias -- Fiction.
Teenagers -- Fiction.