We’re just 14 days into the New Year, but 2020 is already looking good for my writing career. As of today, STRANGE STORIES, Volume One, the first of a planned annual anthology series of SF/F/H short stories that includes my “Death of a Controversial Word Wizard” has been published. It’s out in both hardcover and paperback forms. Above is a look at the front- and back-covers!
One BIG book, this–47 writers, over 600 pages. Here are the links to buy:
The hardcover will sell for $44.99 eventually, but is only $34.99 just now as an introductory price from a retailer that’s new to me: storenvy.com/products/29195170-strange-stories-vol-1-hardcover.
Meanwhile, the paperback version is $34.99 from amazon.com/dp/1734006/ref=sr_1_6?keywords=strange+stories+volume+1&qid=1579012954&sr=8-6.
The listing will also be added to my personal Author’s Page at amazon in a couple days.
While that’s my first FICTION piece published this year, I’ve already has nonfiction published in addition to my self-published blog posts. I got my contributor’s copy of the PENN WRITER Newletter’s January-February issue last week, including the latest of my regular columns there.
Also last week, I made my first sale of 2020: My story “Our Jack, Reconstituted” will appear at the FLASH IN A FLASH webzine in March.