Some recent anthologies my stories appear in. In my Backyard rather than the Wild, but still!
“All Roll Over” is a very vicious story, inspired by an old mattress I saw on the side of the road. In Your Face is edited by Tehani Wessely and published by Fablecroft Press.
“68 Days” was inspired by a news article I read that said life expectancy in long distance space travel was 68 days. True of not, it got me thinking about how you’d ensure knowledge could be passed quickly from one person to the next.
Tomorrow’s Cthulu is edited by Scott Gable and C. Dombrowski, published by Broken Eye Books.
“Working for the God of the Love of Money” is a reprint story. I wrote it in response to watching a kid asking for coins in Sydney years ago, and the way people acted towards him.
Street Magicks is edited by Paula Guran and published by Prime Books.
“Dead Sea Fruit” is the story reprinted here. The story of the Ash-Mouth Man and the skinny girls who love him.
The Humanity of Monsters is edited by Michael Matheson and published by Chizine.