Oct/Nov 2003 Print Anthology News


After seven years of publishing some of the best fiction on the web, we're finally put together a fiction anthology, to be printed late this coming fall (2003). Culling thirty favorites was no easy task. The number of great stories to choose from was truly astonishing, and while we have no regrets about the stories we chose, it was hard to leave out the ones we didn't. We can only hope there'll be a Volume Two.

These are the final selections:

Another Weekend with Suzie by Carolyn Steele Agosta. April/May 2002.
Eclipses by Zett Aguado. April/May 2003.
Balancing Act by Anjana Basu. October/November 1998.
Another 365-Night Stand by Eric Bosse. October/November 2000.
The Big Inning by Daniel Cubias. October/November 2003.
Memento Mori by Ronald F. Currie Jr. October/November 2001.
A Hill Called Bringer of Luck by Richard Denner. October/November 2000.
Boxcars Differently Traveling by Paul Dubnor. October/November 1998.
The Little Boy by Zdravka Evtimova. October/November 2003.
Joan Beverly by J.C. Frampton. October/November 2001.
Troddy by Jon Fried. January/February 2003.
Bulk by Keleigh Friedrich. October/November 2002.
Dirty One by Michael Graves. October/November 2001.
In the Supermarket, On the 10 by Jason Gurley. January/February 2001.
The Storm by Paul Haslup. April/May 1999.
Setting the Woods on Fire (Dancing with the Devil) by Stanley Jenkins. June/July 1998. A man confesses a particularly awful legacy to the woman he loves.
Python Pat by Alex Keegan. October/November 1998.
My Expatriate Lover Will Meet Me at Pizza Hut by Roderick Maclean. January/February 2003.
Personal Assets by Adam Marcus. April/May 1999.
Ambergris by Kevin McGowin. August/September 1998.
Kansas by Drew Colin McNaughton. October/November 2002.
Confessions of a Nihilist by William Starr Moake. April/May 2003.
In a Freakshow by Sean Nighbert. November/December 1997.
Dancing with Creation by M.M. O'Driscoll. August 1997.
Give Me a Light, God by Eljay Persky. October/November 2002.
Adult Education by Laura Ellen Scott. October/November 2002.
Pelagro by David Taylor. October/November 2002.
Ground Work by Tim Wenzell. October/November 2000.
Sometimes Rest is Always Good by Ian Randall Wilson. January/February 2003.
Not Seeing by Duncan White. January/February 2002.


Stay tuned for more news, like when the anthology will be available for ordering and how much it will cost. In the meantime, if you know you're going to want one or more advance copies (at a significant discount!), please drop us an email and let us know, so we have a better idea of what kind of demand we're going to have.

Thanks, and have a great summer!