Those capitals are for a very good reason–they’re the names of just two of the wonderful microfiction anthologies out from Black Hare Press!
WORLDS takes you into tantalizing new environments and adventures with not only new worlds to explore but the not-always-so-kind creatures along the way. Look for my “Single Colonists Wanted” story!
ANGELS takes a twist into the divine, where you may find a different kind of miracle than you expect… Warning: This is NOT religious fiction.
Look for my “Angel vs Society” story!
If you click this link to get to the Amazon page for Black Hare Press, you’ll also see two other anthologies just about out:
MONSTERS (pre-order) reveals the creatures hiding in the shadows and the creatures boldly out in the open. Are you prepared to be delightfully chilled–or horrified?
While I didn’t submit a story for MONSTERS, I did for BEYOND, so:
BEYOND (pre-order) heads into paranormal activity–or is it simply that we don’t realize what walks alongside us every day? You’ll get avenging apparitions and spirited hauntings, but also some along chillingly familiar lines. When you get it, look for my “Phantom Requiem” story!
“Stories of new worlds, new creatures, alien colonization, humanity’s new home, space accidents, alien snackcidents, evil planets, military mashups, alien autopsies, and much, much more.”
Do you love sci-fi? Here are more than three hundred 100-word drabbles from around the world. I’m so happy to have my drabble included!
Read my story, “Single Colonists Wanted,” in WORLDS : A Science Fiction Microfiction Anthology (Dark Drabbles Book 1) from Black Hare Press.
You can also see all the details and authors right here.
I hope you enjoy my story. I’d love to hear what you think of it!
Next: Check out Angels, also by Black Hare Press (I have a story in there, too).
A sci-fi story I sent in to Black Hare Press (Dark Tales For Dark Hearts) got accepted!
“We really enjoyed your story – Single Colonists Wanted – and would like to inform you that it has been accepted for inclusion in the publication. Congratulations!”
I came upon this open call on Sunday after getting all fired up about environmental disasters. In earlier incarnation of this blog, I used to write about environmental needs, yet moved away from it for reasons that may sound familiar: It didn’t seem that anyone was listening.
The story that came out of me was very bleak, but heartfelt. I felt confident in it even as I kept my expectations sanguine.
Want a go yourself? Get in before the deadline! There’s a small catch: This challenge requires exactly 100 words.
Worlds – A Dark Drabbles Anthology.
If “Worlds” doesn’t suit, take a look around their site for their other calls for submission.