Fans of extreme brevity, rejoice! Drabbledark is nearly out. It’s an anthology of drabbles, stories told in exactly 100 words (excluding the title). There’s 101 stories from 86 writers with a lot of variety; my contribution is post-apocalyptic, but the themes of the pieces run the gamut from monsters and murders to stalkers and summonings. The sole common denominator is, as the title suggests, that the stories within are all quite dark.
Usually I wait until an official publication date to mention anything which includes my work, but Drabbledark’s a bit of a special case. Technically the book releases on the 20th, but the paperback version was made available slightly early to account for shipping times. You can find both with a quick hop over to Amazon.
But wait, there’s more! Drabbledark’s editor, Eric S. Fomley, also recently launched Martian, an online magazine specifically dedicated to publishing science fiction drabbles. I’ve got a tidbit of military scifi coming up over there sometime, too.