Tuesday 3 April 2012

When the Hero Comes Home - Nominated!

The super cool anthology, When the Hero Comes Home, edited by Ed Greenwood and Gabrielle Harbowy, is a finalist in the Foreword Book Awards!  This anthology includes my rotten-head-dragging story, The Legend of Gluck.

Last year, Destiny's Blood won bronze in the Foreword Book Awards' SF category.  This year, I hope Gabrielle and Ed will take the gold in the antho category - the anthology deserves it! It's been called a perfect example of what an anthology should be, and I couldn't agree more.

Check it out if you haven't yet.

About When the Hero Comes Home
HEROES come in a thousand guises, and so do stories about them. The only survivor of a war struggles to return to a home that doesn't exist anymore. A rebel leader loses everything she fought for and must start from scratch. A hero who has fought for her village her whole life must retire into obscurity without ever being known for her deeds. A starship returns to an Earth that is much changed, yet too much the same. A soldier is haunted by the very thing that saved his life. And King Arthur returns in Albion's hour of need. Dark fantasy. Urban fantasy. Political intrigue. Science fiction. From the horrific to the heartwarming. Introducing 19 pulse-pounding tales, by luminaries and great new voices. Co-edited by Gabrielle Harbowy and Ed Greenwood. Featuring an introduction by Susan J. Morris.


  1. Congrats to everyone involved. It's a great anthology with some awesome stories!

  2. Any anthology that has a "rotten-head-dragging story" should win by default.