Tuesday, October 28, 2008

AnthologyBuilder, some haiku

I'm pleased to announce my short horror story, "Hayride," is now available on the AnthologyBuilder.com website. For those who haven't heard of AnthologyBuilder, it's an online archive of stories (mostly speculative), and for a set price readers can build their own anthology. It includes stories by current writers as well as some classic stories by Poe and other authors.

If you're interested in building your own anthology, consider including a story or two from Dreams & Nightmares editor David C. Kopaska-Merkel. He is one of the site's featured authors for this month, and any anthology purchased by October 31st that contains one of his stories gets a $1 discount.

You can read a teaser of "Hayride" here, as well as browse around the site. (Click on the eye icon next to my name to read the beginning of the story.)

And for your more immediate reading pleasure, here is a group of fantasy haiku by Aurelio Rico Lopez III, and a scifaiku by Raven Electrick editor Karen A. Romanko.

4 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

I haven't heard of anthology builder. Will have to check it out. It sounds like a very good idea.

Greg Schwartz said...

I probably would have looked right past it, except that it's owned and operated by Nancy Fulda from Jim Baen's Universe, and most of the stories archived on the site are speculative in nature. It seems pretty evenly beneficial to both writers and readers.

ed markowski said...

greg,
read your brief review of the august issue of bottle rockets.

am not sure what i did to elicit you referring to me as a master, but i've been called much & wanted to let you know that i truly appreciate your kind words.


halloween party
the hickeys
on dracula's neck


ed markowski

Greg Schwartz said...

Ed,

Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for the Halloween haiku! It's always a treat to pick up a haiku journal and see one of your poems in it.

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