In case you didn't know, our authors are pretty amazing. We know the awesome things they've been doing with World Weaver Press, but we recently asked what else they were up to (writing-wise) in 2016, and, wow! See below for a glimpse of what some of our authors have published and achieved outside of WWP. In a week or so, we'll be doing the same for some of our anthology contributors.
Sara Dobie Bauer
Author of Bite Somebody (2016) and Bite Somebody Else (forthcoming 2017)
Sara Dobie Bauer published a number of short stories in 2016, including:
"I Hate Myself for Loving You" in Lunch Ticket Magazine
"The Saguaro Apocalypse" featured in Stoneslide Corrective and winner of their "Striking Use of Wit" Award
"You're Glowing" in Omnia Veritas Review
"Forget Me Do" in Red Rose Review
Those are just the stories that are available online for free! To see Sara's full list of 2016 publications, click here to visit her blog.
Margo Bond Collins
Author of Legally Undead (2014)
Margo Bond Collins published a number of novels, novellas, and stories in 2016:
Under Her Skin (Shifter Shield Book 1)
A Generation of Vipers (A Shifter Shield Novella)
Wild Wild Ghost
Flightless (Fairy, Texas #2)
The Billionaire Cowboy's Speech (A Necessity, Texas Novella)
"I'll be on New London for Christmas" in Baby It's Cold in Space: Eight Science Fiction Romances
Margo also hit the NYT and USA Today Bestseller's lists as part of the Magic and Mayhem box set!
Author of The Falling of the Moon (2015) and The Meddlers of Moonshine (2016)
A.E. Decker published a short story in 2016:
"Forever Now" in Fireside Fiction Magazine, issue 32
Also, Decker's story "Bloodsilver" was accepted by Lawless Lands: Tales From The Weird Frontier, an anthology coming in 2017 from Falstaff Books.
Author of Campaign 2100: Game of Scorpions (2016)
Larry Hodges published several short stories in 2016:
“Manbat and Robin” in Galaxy’s Edge
“Penguins of Noah’s Ark” in Galaxy’s Edge
“Pretty Pictures at War” in Galaxy’s Edge
"A Snowball's Chance" in NewMyths.com
Also, Larry's story “Leashing the Muse” was a finalist in the Washington Science Fiction Association’s Small Press Award!
K Bird Lincoln
Author of Dream Eater (forthcoming 2017)
K Bird Lincoln finished the second in her self-published historical fantasy series set in an alternate medieval Japan. The Straw Doll Cries at Midnight is now for sale on Amazon.
Praise for the Tiger Lily books: "A beautifully-written genderbending tale of rebellious girls, shifting disguises, and forbidden magic, set against the vivid backdrop of ancient Japan."
--Tina Connolly, author of Ironskin
Author of Shards of History (2012), Fractured Days (2014), The King of Ash and Bones and Other Stories (2013), and Shattered Fates (forthcoming 2017)
Rebecca Roland published two short stories in 2016:
"The Monster on Her Cheek" in Flash Fiction Online
"In Silence She Says Much" in New Myths
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