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TOC for Tesseracts 15

From the editors Julie Czerneda and Susan MacGregor:

A Safety of Crowds by E.L. Chen
Fragile Things by Amanda Sun
Just Dance by Whysper Lee
Poem – adaptation by Francine Lewis
Saving the Dead, or The Diary of an Undertaker’s Apprentice by Jennifer Greylyn
Feral by Nicole Luiken
A+ Brain by Katrina Nicholson
The Road to Good Intentions by Cat McDonald
The Windup Heiress by Leslie Brown
The Bridge Builder by Kevin Cockle
My Name is Tommy by Mike Rimar
Darwin’s Vampire by Elise Moser
Costumes by Shen Braun
Poem – Civility by J.J. Steinfeld
Take My Waking Slow by Michele Ann Jenkins
The Weirdo Adventures of Steve Rand by Claude Lalumière
Every You, Every Me by Virginia Modugno
The Oak Girl by Helen Marshall
Edge of Moonglow by Ed Greenwood
Split Decision by Robert Runte
Hide by Rebecca M. Senese
Four Against Chaos by Kurt Kirchmeier
Ice Pirates by Claire Eamer
Poem – You Always Knew by Michelle Barker
The Illumination of Cypher-Space by Lynne M. MacLean
The Tremor Road by Tony Pi
The Memory Junkies by K. Boorman

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Cover of Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales

Tesseracts 15

This is the spectacular cover to Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales, cover art by Michael Oswald. I’m very excited to be part of this volume! (No, the image has little to do with my story…unless she’s holding a stilt!)

Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales
Editors Julie Czerneda and Susan MacGregor.
EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-894063-58-6
$15.95

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Story Sale to Tesseracts 15

A short story sale to Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales (EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing). The theme for this anthology is young adult speculative fiction, and it’s edited by Julie Czerneda and Susan MacGregor. This will be my first appearance in this long-standing Canadian anthology series.

Congratulations to Mike Rimar from my writing group the Stop-Watch Gang, who also made it into the anthology. Our stories both went through the group’s critique process, so many thanks to the SWG.

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