I’ve been remiss with keeping my website up-to-date. I hadn’t even mentioned that Dreaming in the Dark won the World Fantasy Award in the anthology category. In fact, I’m so far behind with website postings that I don’t quite know where to start. So…I’ll just start today…
I’ve just sold a story entitled “The Last Maskil” to the Holy C. O. W. Anthology — Stories from the Center of the World. This is a collection of short Speculative stories centering in and around the Middle East edited by D. Avraham and Allan Deyan-Shapiro.
As D. Avraham writes:
Here is the almost final list of stories and authors (in no particular order):
“The Last Maskil by Jack Dann, “Mother” by Vered Tochterman, “The Starlings and Whales” by Day Al-Mohamed, “The Anzu Protocol by Brian Trent, “The Gilga-mess by Alex Shvartsman, “The Ten Commandments” by Mike Resnick, “The In-Between” by Amanda McCutcheon, “Isthmus” by Gary Partington Terry, “Demigods in Time” by Emad El-Din Aysha, “Day of Atonement” by Scott Huggins “Virtual Jerusalem” by Allan Dyen-Shapiro, “The Assassin” by Guy Hasson, “Crowdsourced” by David Hoenig, and “The Caliph’s Dilemma” by Thomas Canfield
The publication date is June.
More as it occurs…and as I, er, remember.