World Literature News: Everywhere Stories Vol. 2 On Kindle as of March 1
This just in from Editor Cliff Gerstang, that EVERYWHERE STORIES: SHORT FICTION FROM A SMALL PLANET, VOLUME II (cf. November 27, September 29, et al.) can now be obtained in a Kindle edition. One need but press here. But for those new to this blog (or perhaps short of memory), let us now take a trip on the Wayback Machine to July 25 2016, quoting from publisher Press 53: With a theme of “It’s a Mysterious World,” this exciting addition to the EVERYWHERE STORIES series, edited by award-winning author Clifford Garstang, takes readers on a journey around the globe: to a wrestling match in Turkey, to a mysterious eye doctor in Guatelmala, to a homeless man wandering the streets of Chicago, to a religious school in Samoa, to a drowning in Mexico, to a fortune-telling monk in Korea, to a miraculous hotel in Egypt, and to more stories in countries on every continent.
Yes, that EVERYWHERE STORIES, VOLUME II, originally published in good ol’ print in the days of yore on September 26. So these things take time, sometimes. My tale in this one is “The Wellmaster’s Daughter,” of crime and family life gone sour in the Sahara Desert, originally told in ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S MYSTERY MAGAZINE, November 1991, and also reprinted in my collection STRANGE MISTRESSES: TALES OF WONDER AND ROMANCE (for more information, click its pic in the center column). Or for the print version of EVERYWHERE STORIES, VOL II, us dead tree buffs can still press here.