Announcing "There Was Once a Place", the latest anthology of short fiction from The Fiction Desk.
The Fiction Desk are one of my favourite publishers of short stories; I've always been extremely impressed by the fresh and imaginative writing, the assortment of styles, the thoughtful way they're curated, the mix of established and new voices, and the classy, professional way the books are designed.
"There Was Once a Place" is the seventh such volume, and includes my new story "I Say Papaya, You Say Pawpaw". (You can make it one of your five a day.)
You can buy the book direct from the publisher here (both in paperback and for your e-reader), and also via Amazon and all good bookshops. Also worth considering is to take out a subscription, which brings you three volumes for a bargain £22.
(PS. Still available is their fourth volume "Crying Just Like Anybody", which features my story "Me, Robot".)