I’m happy to announce my short story “Glitch” can be found in Shohola Press’s first anthology Abandoned Places, edited by George Galuchak and Christopher Cornell.
The anthology comes out March 9th, and if you live in the Bay Area, there are some fun launch events coming up.
I recently had the opportunity to talk about the story on the Unreliable Narrators podcast with editor Chris Cornell. Other contributors are also interviewed about their stories and creative process, and the Unreliable Narrators crew always creates an entertaining podcast.
So give it a listen, and as a bonus you’ll get a sneak peek at a special announcement from me!
And be sure to check out the anthology when it’s released. I had a blast writing my story. “Glitch” is about abandoned code bases, video games, and murder birds, and you can get a bit of a sense for the story’s aesthetic based on the related Pinterest page.
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