Friday, January 22, 2010

Best of Every Day Fiction Two Launched

I'm pleased to announce that I have two stories, "The London Eye" and "Stranger on the Porch," in this year's The Best of Every Day Fiction TWO.

Here's the official spiel:

Flash fiction is perfect for your coffee break, your commute, or whenever you have a few minutes for yourself. Crafted with gemlike precision, every flash fiction piece tells a complete story, never using more than a thousand words.
The Best of Every Day Fiction Two brings together one hundred flash fiction pieces selected from Every Day Fiction’s second year of publication.

Following the success of The Best of Every Day Fiction 2008, this volume brings you a hundred more bite-sized tastes of science fiction, humour, romance, fantasy, horror, and surrealism along with more traditional literary pieces, from authors all over the world. Whatever your fiction preferences might be, this book is sure to introduce you to some new favourite authors and perhaps expand your literary horizons.

Pages: 316Publisher: Every Day Publishing (January 15, 2010)Language: EnglishProduct Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inchesShipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
Now available directly from Every Day Publishing: CLICK HERE TO ORDER

I don't have my copy yet so if you're in it, please comment below!!!!

7 comments:

Valerie O'Riordan said...

I'm in there! Put in my order today for the fancy cloth-bound edition - woo-hoo!

Gay Degani said...

Alexander Burns story in TBOEDFII is “Apotheosis Cake.”

Gay Degani said...

"Lester's Lucky Day" by Anne Marie Gomez!

Gay Degani said...

Walter Giersbach's “Death in the Afternoon”

le0pard13 said...

That is great news, Gay. Congratulations. I'm going to check it out. BTW, I've nominated you for a Creative Writer Blogger Award, my friend.

alex b. said...

Thanks for the mention! It's always exciting to be included in the print edition. I'm trying to put together a local signing/reading.

sylvia said...

I received my copy - it's lovely! Really great collection, too. I've given away two as gifts.