I currently have stories available in several anthologies, which you can find listed below.
Anthologies by Scribes Divided Publishing
Scribes Divided is a network of independent authors, linked by the desire to have their unique compositions heard. In an age of mass-media and conglomerate publishing houses, they have chosen a different path. Scribes Divided is owned, edited, supported, and published by its members. No one is left to sing alone.
Vol 1: Writings to Stem Your Existential Dread
Scribes Divided presents an anthology of fifty-three memorable flash fiction stories. Ranging from comedy to horror to romance and from the supernatural to the super-real, these ultra-short tales will stop you in your tracks. In this book, award-winning authors from around the world will terrorize, mesmerize, and tantalize you into forgetting for a moment your Existential Dread.
Vol 2: Dread Naught but Time
The unshakable specter of Time hovers over each of the 26 tales in Scribes Divided’s second anthology. Brought to you by a collective of accomplished authors from nearly every time zone across the world, these timeless stories inspire, terrify, delight, and explore that most human of shared experiences: living our lives second by second, until our time expires.
Death? Taxes? Please.
Dread naught but Time.
We Shall Be Monsters
“It is true, we shall be monsters, cut off from all the world; but on that account we shall be more attached to one another.” Mary Shelley, Frankenstein Mary Shelley’s genre-changing book Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus helped to shape the genres of science fiction and horror, and helped to articulate new forms for women’s writing. It also helped us to think about the figure of the outsider, to question medical power, to question ideas of “normal,” and to think about what we mean by the word “monster.”
Derek Newman-Stille has teamed up with Renaissance Press to celebrate Frankenstein’s 200th birthday by creating a book that explores Frankenstein stories from new and exciting angles and perspectives. We Shall Be Monsters: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Two Centuries On features a broad range of fiction stories by authors from around the world, ranging from direct interactions with Shelley’s texts to explorations of the stitched, assembled body and narrative experiments in monstrous creations. We Shall Be Monsters collects explorations of disability, queer and trans identity, and ideas of race and colonialism.
Available at: Amazon