Two previously-published stories of mine are now available in anthologies:
First, the Two Hour Transport anthology from 2019 is now available as an e-book at Amazon at the low price of $3.49. Two Hour Transport is a monthly Seattle reading (online during the Pandemic, of course) of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror, with both invited readers and an open-mic portion. This anthology includes my story “Real Selfies,” as well as stories from Elly Bangs (whose novel Unity is due out in April), Keyan Bowes, Patrick Hurley, Nisi Shawl, and others. If you want to get introduced to the Seattle speculative fiction community, I can’t think of a better place to start reading. The paperback anthology is still available as well.
Second, my story “An Apology From the Natives of Earth,” published back in February by Little Blue Marble, is now in their annual anthology, titled “Greener Futures,” which is available from Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and Apple Books. The e-book is $2.99 (USD) and the paperback is $15. LBM features speculative fiction about the environment, and this table of contents is impressive as well!
Speaking of which, “An Apology From the Natives of Earth” is eligible for the Hugo and Nebula awards, and it’s both short and free, so please do check it out. My story “Oh God, Not Again” was published by Hybrid Fiction back in February, and is also eligible, but is unfortunately not available for reading free online. I truly love this story, so if you’re nominating for the awards and would read it, please let me know and I’ll get you a copy.