Every Day Fiction, an online magazine that offers a new story of 1000 words or less every day, 365 days a year, is officially launching their second “best-of” anthology next week, but it’s available for orders right now–you can get either a hardcover or trade paperback version, each bearing the attractive cover art depicted above.
I’m proud to have a story among the many fine works in this volume. “Little Piece of Cloth” is a whimsical tale of a UFO salvage that uncovers something nobody ever expected. I had a lot of fun writing it–sort of a backhanded tribute to my Air Force days.
Due to a fortunate conjunction of schedule and cheap airfares from Kansas City to points northwest, I will attend the launch event hosted by Every Day Fiction at the Cedar Cottage Coffee House in Vancouver, British Columbia, on January 30. There will be readings, signings, roundtable discussions and sundry other bookish activities, so if you happen to be in the neighborhood, please stop by and say hello. And buy a book. Or just say hello. No pressure.
If you don’t happen to be in the neighborhood, you can still buy a book.
More details on the launch event at http://www.everydayfiction.com/features/events/