My fantasy short story, “Forestborn,” is in Event Horizon 2018.
Event Horizon 2018 is…
An anthology of science fiction and fantasy works by authors eligible for the 2018 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
The John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer is presented annually at WorldCon to an outstanding author whose first professional work of science fiction or fantasy was published within the previous two years. This anthology includes over 75 authors and nearly 400,000 words of fiction.
So that’s about 690 pages of quality fiction, for free! Only available for a limited time.
If you’re quick, you can grab a free digital copy on instafreebie (the link still works though it’s past July 15th).
My story “Winter In My Bones” is included in Selfies from the End of the World: Historical Accounts of the Apocalypse.
The anthology is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other outlets. It’s a project of Mad Scientist Journal, edited by Jeremy Zimmerman and Dawn Vogel. Cover illustration by Luke Spooner at Carrion House.
“When you get old, you know things. I know what the gnawing cold in my bones is telling me. I know the white on my fishing boots on the patio will melt upon touch. I know winter doesn’t come in July. I turn on my TV and discover that finally, they know it too.”
My story, “Brother, Unseen,” is in issue #23 of Luna Station Quarterly.
All the stories in this issue are speculative, ranging from science fiction to fantasy, from fairy tale to mythology. You can read the stories on the LSQ website or purchase the issue on Amazon.
“I’m bending the rules of the Brotherhood just entering the Museum of Recent History, but I must pay my respects. Whoever invented this—presenting history barely a few weeks old in a museum—must be delighted. A fresh tragedy means something new to put on display and charge for.”