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I know this is late news but my short story Playground of Lost Children is in the latest Fiction River anthology along with a bunch of other amazing writers.  You can find it here.  It is truly an honor being in an anthology with such awesome talent.  Here are some details:

Fear. The word alone evokes a powerful response. And in Feel the Fear, editor Mark Leslie takes readers on a haunting tour of the many ways fear presents itself. From genuine horror stories filled with frightening monsters to the real-life horror of losing a loved one to the terrifying idea of losing one’s own mind, these tales run not only the genre gamut but also the emotional gamut. With each fearful twist, the sixteen talented writers in this volume prove why Adventures Fantastic says “[Fiction River] is one of the best and most exciting publications in the field today.”

Table of Contents

“Murmuration of a Darkening Sea” by Lee Allred
“Swimming on the Grass” by David Stier
“Get Inside” by Dayle A. Dermatis
“The Dark Queen” by J. F. Penn
“Fear in Black and White” by Dory Crowe
“A Fall of Life and Death” by Michael Kowal
“High Places” by Laura Ware
“Legs” by Steven Mohan, Jr.
“Power Outage” by Bonnie Elizabeth
“The Taste of Red” by T. Thorn Coyle
“The Playground of Lost Children” by Erik Lynd
“Tin Can Man” by Annie Reed
“Piggyback” by Robert T. Jeschonek
“The Well” by Lauryn Christopher
“Mechanical Advantage” by Eric Kent Edstrom
“The Visit” by Anthea Lawson