With this post I’m all caught up with the short fiction published through July 2009 that I’m aware of. I only separated out anthologies, collections and etc. this time around to make my job a bit easier. Going forward, I’ll list all the short fiction in a month together.
- Tides From The New Worlds by Tobias S. Buckell; Wyrm Publishing
- Returning My Sister’s Face: And Other Far Eastern Tales of Whimsy and Malice by Eugie Foster; Norilana Press
- Hooves and the Hovel of Abdel Jameela by Saladin Ahmed in Clockwork Phoenix 2
- Different Day by K. Tempest Bradford in Federations
- Running on Two Legs by Eugie Foster in The Fleas They Carried: Animal Aid Anthology
- Swanwatch by Yoon Ha Lee in Federations
- Like They Always Been Free by Georgina Li in Federations
- Devil’s Marionette by Maurice Broaddus (novella); Shroud Publishing
And there we have it. Caught up to July 2009. Now, going forward, if you’d like to alert me of short fiction coming out in an anthology, magazine, or as its own volume, please let me know by filling out this form.
I also encourage any POC who’s had short fiction published in 2009 or 2008 to please go to the Carl Brandon Society wiki and add your fiction. We’re trying to create a comprehensive list but we’ll need help from the community. Also, you don’t have to add only your own fiction. If you know an author is POC and read a story b them, check and see if it’s on the wiki. If you’re an editor, please take part, too.
2 Replies to “POC Short Fiction in Anthologies, Collections and Indie Pubs”
This list has been an amazing resource, thank you. Would you be willing to add to your list some indication when the works in question are written or published for children or young adults?
There is actually someone working on a list of that nature for the wiki. Though I don’t know what the ultimate link is going to be. Maybe try searching the wiki for YA?
For these stories, I have not read them all so I wouldn’t know which to ping. But since most of them are published in sf magazines I’d assume high school level. middle school if the kid is mature.
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