Miseria’s Chorale in Final Stages for November Publication, New “Finalized” ToC Revealed; We Walk Invisible Contract Returned

MISERIA’S CHORALE (cf. October 14, June 11), according to today’s announcement from Editor David Nell, “is past the editing phase and I want to thank you all for your patience as it’s been a long wait for some of you.  We’re almost ready for release, but before we do that, I’d like everyone to please preview the book attached and make sure you are happy with the final product.”  With this came a proof copy of the entire anthology,  and a whale of a book it is at more than 600 pages as the “finalized table of contents,” below, would suggest — with my contribution, “The Cherry Tree,” a story of ghosts and memories in Vicksburg Mississippi going back to the Civil War, manifesting itself as 14th in the lineup on page 167.  Publisher Forgotten Tomb Press has set the publication date for sometime before the end of November, so with luck there should be a followup announcement here soon.

Finalized Table of Contents:

In Green Remembered by Christopher Nadeau
Worm Garden by Patrick Lacey
Becoming The Beast by Christian A. Larsen
Sowing The Seeds by Bear Weiter
Hiding by Pete Aldin
Happy Thoughts by Nick Kimbro
When Karen Met Her Mountain by Todd Keisling
One by Cameron Suey
Asrai by Carmen Tudor
Ripped From Heaven by Patrick Tumblety
The Eye That Ate The Sky by Alexandre Mandarino
The Catacomb Enigma by Jon Michael Kelley
From Suicide Station by Adam Millard
The Cherry Tree by James S. Dorr
Because The Night Is Dark And Full Of Monsters by Sergio Palumbo
The Story by Aurelio Rico Lopez III
Choosing My Confession by Meghan Arcuri
Visit by Richard Godwin
Bedfordshire by Peter Crowther
The Face Of Death by Paul Kane
The Wind by Ryan Neil Falcone
Tomb Of The Initiate by Aaron J. French
Thrall by Richard Farren Barber
Evacuation by Jay Wilburn
The Gatehouse by Anna Taborska
Exit To Dove’s Tail by Ken Goldman
Motel Impression by Michael Thomas-Knight
Kicks by Carl Barker
Cracks by Jon Ingold
Give Me Convenience by Shaun Meeks
Red Harvest by K. Trap Jones
King Of A Distant Star by Tim Jeffreys
Trauma Children by Lucy Taylor
Cicada by Caren Gussoff
A Feeble Gleam Of Stars by R.W.W. Greene
Letters by Christina Murphy
The Watching Room by Glen Damien Campbell
Destruction: A Plague Story by Bruce Memblatt
What Lurks Below by Peter Baltensperger
The Shadow On The Hill by Peter Mark May
That Sinking Feeling by Lance Manion
Tug by Douglas J. Ogurek
The Banquet by Fred Skolnik
Formaldehyde Fairies by Alana I. Capria
Lily In The Ether by Christopher Hivner
The Girl Beneath by Dy Loveday
Extremity by B.T. Joy
Instantaneous by Christopher David Rosales

Then also today I signed and sent back the contract for my story “Invisible People” to Editor/Publisher Timm Tayshun for the Chupa Cabra House anthology WE WALK INVISIBLE (see September 23).  Gee, Chupa Cabra House gets around!  My story in this is a  near-future dystopia called “Invisible People” and, as with MISERIA’S CHORALE, more will be reported here as soon as it’s known.

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