Acceptances and buses

Sometimes short story acceptances are like buses…you wait for ages and then three turn up all at once.

Firstly, it’s my absolute thrill to say my 6300 word story ‘The Toymaker of Bremen‘ has been accepted to appear in the final edition of Nemonymous, Null Immortalis. I’ve managed to nab a spot in three of the books, so to say I’m over the moon would be a massive understatement. Click here to see the lineup – I’m honoured to share pages with these writers, many of who have been a huge source of inspiration over the years. The editor, D F Lewis, has decided to end the series of anthologies and concentrate on his own fiction. As a fan of his work, I can agree that this is great news for the genre.

In other news, I’ve recently had a couple of other acceptances for forthcoming anthologies, but for the time being – ie, until I have more information / the book is announced – I won’t say any more for fear of jinxing the projects. Believe me, I could do that.

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