Writers’ Anarchy, Released Today!

I am terribly excited to announce that as of today, Writers’ Anarchy is available for order. I am included as one of over two dozen contributors to the short story anthology, including such wonderful writers as H.M.C., Scott J. Kelley, Hemanth Gorur, Stuart Welch, Earl Chessher, Christine Hilton, Renee’ La Viness, Aaron Hilton and many more.

Writers’ Anarchy is 364 pages of pure gold spanning a whirlwind of genres and topics. Here is the quote from the anthology’s back cover:

“Writers’ Anarchy” is a fusion of wildly eclectic, amazing short stories by an international group of creative new talent. Rather than theme-based, these stories are a multi-genre representation of some of today’s hottest writers.

“Writers’ Anarchy” gives you stimulating, thought-provoking worlds to explore. Let your imagination take flight along with the unique characters, strange events and shocking endings shared inside these covers!

From the riveting opening lines of “The Race of the Birdmen” and darker insights of “The Bell Tower”, to the tingling conclusion of “Here He Comes Again”, “Writers’ Anarchy” is a revolt against the usual boundaries of literary predictability.

Read it! You know you want to!

I can not begin to express how happy I am to see the book finally in print. I highly encourage anyone with a love of short stories to purchase their own copy of the book. A paperback edition is available for $17.50, with the cheaper option of an ebook at $3.75 (links at the end of this post).

A little about my own story: The Bell Tower is a journey into Freud’s Uncanny, where the unreal subverts the real. Decebal, a clocksmith for the Graenger household, comes to the coastal mansion once every year or so to calibrate the numerous grandfather clocks the master of the house keeps. However, the clocks mask a dark and terrible secret of the converted monastery, which Decebal becomes privy to soon after arrival.

There are so many wonderful stories in this anthology, many that I had the pleasure to read long before they were sent to print; I am truly honored to be listed among so many talented, witty, up-and-coming authors with so much to give the literary world.


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3 thoughts on “Writers’ Anarchy, Released Today!

  1. Thank you so much Marilyn! Your support means so much to me (and I’m sure everyone else involved).


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