Anthologies

Short fiction isn't really "my thing," but nonetheless I've been included in two different anthologies to date.

Curiosity Quills Press, Primetime anthology:


Curiosity Quills Press brings some of their bestselling authors together to create a spine-tingling, mind-blowing, quirky collection of short stories in their first ever, annual PRIMETIME Anthology, scheduled for release 7th October, 2013. Available in digital and paperback formats.
The anthology is not limited to one specific genre, but all of our novels are guaranteed to be quirky and paranormal, in some way or another.  We also guarantee 10% of every purchase will go straight to animals in need. The CQ team has selected humane societies on both the East and West coast that spend well and do not stray from the “no-kill” policies of their strays.
Featuring:
J.R. Rain, Tony Healey, A.W. ExleyVicki Keire, A.E. Propher, Eliza Tilton, Gerilyn Marin, Grace Eyre, James Wymore, K.H. Koehler, Matthew Graybosch, Michael Panush, Michael Shean, Mike Robinson, Nathan Yocum, Nina Post, Rand B. Lee, Randy Attwood, Sharon Bayliss, William Vitka.



And the Dark Tomorrows anthology, curated by Jeff Bryan:


Upgraded to second edition on 9/3/2011.

Psychics. Aliens. The occult. Zombies. Starships.

This baroque collection of stories explores the darkness that waits ahead of us, from the monsters lurking around the next corner to sweeping dystopian visions of the future. It includes multiple stories by J.L. Bryan, three drabbles by Michael Crane, two shorts by Amanda Hocking, and additional stories from paranormal/horror authors Joel Arnold, S.W. Benefiel, Robert Duperre, Vicki Keire, and Daniel Pyle.


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