Anthology Builder revisited

I’ve recently put another two stories up on the excellent site www.anthologybuilder.com. This service lets writers keep previously published stories ‘live’ and allows readers to create their own bespoke print-on-demand anthologies for a relatively small outlay (assuming you have the means to lay out in dollars).

The first story, which appeared in a (now defunct) webzine called Shadows of Saturn, is ‘Death on Elsewhere Street’, and it’s set in Khesh City, the location of my novel PRINCIPLES OF ANGELS. It also features one of the characters from the book.

The second, ‘Paying for Rain’ appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery magazine several years back. It’s part of my, ahem, pre-Columbian period, i.e. one of those stories I wrote during my near-obsession with American culture before it was American, and when it had culture. It’s not technically spec. fic. though you wouldn’t have known that if I hadn’t said.

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