Why Anthologies Are Like Buses

I’m very excited – while I’m off filling my days with holiday fun – to have this opportunity to share Debbie Young’s post with you. One of my short stories is also part of the Out of the Shadows collection. Enjoy.

DEBBIE YOUNG

A quick shout-out for two fun anthology projects in which some of my stories are featured – and National Flash Fiction Day (today!)

Photo of rag rug Story anthologies, like rag rugs, are much greater than the sum of the parts. (I made this rag rug too!)

I’m a big fan of short story anthologies, which serve as a sampler of the work of different writers, usually offering one story from each of a number of authors.

NB An anthology is a different animal to a collection, which features the work of a single author, e.g. my short story collections Marry in Haste, Quick Change and Stocking Fillers.

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3 comments on “Why Anthologies Are Like Buses

  1. smilecalm says:

    congrats,
    relax,
    enjoy 🙂

  2. diannegray says:

    Congratulations, Francis! 😀

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