Finding Home: Community in Apocalyptic Worlds

I’ve been running slow on spoons and managing my time carefully, and I neglected to post this sooner. I am extremely delighted to announce the sale of my story, My City of Ruins, to Timid Pirate Publishing, for their anthology Finding Home: Community in Apocalyptic Worlds.

Pre-orders will be available on their website November 1st, and the anthology will be released on December 15th, just in time for Christmas.

Behold, the Table of Contents:

Circulation, by Eric del Carlo

My City of Ruins, by Adam Israel

Trail of Breadcrumbs, by Jennifer Brozek

Wheel, by Edward Martin III

Little Utopia, by Bram E. Gieben

Gaia’s Legacy, by David Kernot

Unicorn Chaser, by Minerva Zimmerman

Trading with the Ruks, by Nathan Schumate

Midwife, by Jon-Michael Emory

Girl with Sunrise in her Hair, by Val Muller

Forgetfulness, by Dean Kisling

Consensus, by Timons Esaias

Maps as Currency, by Melissa Dominic

Aaron’s Unmasking, by Chuck Robertson

Affirmations, by S.R. Algernon

Story, by Butch Kenney

How Frank Delano Changed the World, But Not as Much as He Thought, by

Torrey Podmajersky

Jar-Washing Day, by Leslie Light

Adam Israel
Author ꞏ Genealogist ꞏ Software Engineer

My interests include genealogy, cloud computing, and all things open source.

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