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Outpouring Cover

Just got word from Dean Francis Alfar that the Yolanda anthology is now available. I'll add more links as they are posted, but for now there is [EDITED]:

And here's the very excellent TOC, which makes this book such a bargain even if it WASN'T for a good cause, which it very much is:

  • “The Wordeaters” by Rochita Loenen-Ruiz
  • “Invisible Empire of Ascending Light” by Ken Scholes
  • “The Photograph” by Veronica Montes
  • “A Moment in Time” by Charie D. La Marr
  • “A Gentlemen's Agreement” by Susan S.Lara
  • “X” by Karissa Chen
  • “Cunning Syncronicity” by Berrien C. Henderson
  • “Godsend” by Joel Pablo Salud
  • “Ondoy” by Laura McPhee-Browne
  • “Rescuing the Rain God” by Kate Osias
  • “The Wish Head” by Jeffrey Ford
  • “Flash Forward” by Jhoanna Lynn B. Cruz
  • “Where Sky and Sea Meet” by Dan Campbell
  • “Arrow” by Barry King
  • “Finding Those Who Are Lost” by Celestine Trinidad
  • “Synchronicity” by Victor Fernando R. Ocampo
  • “We're All Stories in the End” by Matthew J. Rogers
  • “Silverio and the Eidolon” by Vincent Michael Simbulan
  • “Tinkerers” by Jay Wilburn
  • “Finding” by David B. Ramirez
  • “Ikan Berbudi (Wise Fish)” by Jason Erik Lundberg
  • “Pilar Escheverria” by Cecilia Manguerra Brainard
  • “Scraps” by Michael Haynes
  • “Freeborn in the City of Fallacies” by Andrew Drilon
  • “Storm Warning” by Lilian Csernica
  • “The Nameless Ones” by Gabriela Lee
  • “Whispers” by Grant J. McMaster
  • “Highway Run” by Alexander Marcos Osias
  • “Black Sun” by Todd Nelsen
  • “Life at the Lake's Shore” by Alex Shvartsman
  • “Aliens” by Fiona Mae Villamor
  • “Little Italy” by Isa Lorenzo
  • “Discipline” by Rebecca McFarland Kyle
  • “Unmaking” by Julie C. Day
  • “Fresh Fruit” by Yvette Tan
  • “The Sparrows of Climaco Avenue” by Kenneth Yu
  • “Gellen's Retirement Plan” by Tim Sullivan
  • “When We Were Witches” by Nikki Alfar
  • “All the Little Gods We Are” by John Grant
  • “Tuba Knight” by Cesar Miguel G. Escaño


( 9 comments — Leave a comment )
Jan. 29th, 2014 02:55 am (UTC)

I shall purchase.
Jan. 29th, 2014 03:04 am (UTC)
Thanks! Early and often!
Jan. 29th, 2014 03:14 am (UTC)
It's already downloaded and sitting in my Calibre e-reading library!
Jan. 29th, 2014 03:17 am (UTC)
Excellent. Nudges elsewhere quite welcome!
Jan. 29th, 2014 10:19 am (UTC)
Yep. I'll probably put one up on Facebook later today, and I'll do Twitter as well. LJ too, but exactly how/when depends on a couple of things (but sooner rather than later).
Jan. 29th, 2014 01:01 pm (UTC)
Yay! Thanks. I already feel like this is yesterday's news when it, well, isn't, so anything you (or anyone else reading this) can do to get the word out is much appreciated.
Jan. 29th, 2014 01:09 pm (UTC)
The world (make that the World, in the Buddhist sense) is relentless in the way it grinds through news. I think of the Wheel of Fortune all the time. For a moment things are cast into the public eye and then the wheel turns and they're gone. But people are still suffering--people are still recovering from Superstorm Sandy, from last year, more than a year ago, or from the Japanese tsunami, or hell, from Katrina, even--just to stick with disasters. But people have moved on to the next new flavor of news event.

Edited at 2014-01-29 01:10 pm (UTC)
Feb. 9th, 2014 08:12 pm (UTC)
Feb. 10th, 2014 02:31 pm (UTC)
Yay! Thanks very much!
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