I recently had a story – The Birds Sang in Both Worlds – published in Shortwave Press’s Obsolescence anthology.
I received a hardback copy as a contributing author and I can’t say how delighted I am with it. My word, the book is an absolute thing of beauty.
The stories are good, too:
“Technology’s role as a double-edged sword is an often-explored theme in horror. Many writers have examined what happens when tech overwhelms humanity. In the anthology Obsolescence, editors Alan Lastufka and Kristina Horner bring a variety of terrifically frightening stories that explore the role of tech in the world and the myriad ways the theme can be interpreted.”
“This is a rare anthology where every story is a hit. Veteran talents bring some of their strongest work alongside newcomers whose stories are more than strong enough to stand with the giants. Obsolescence is one of the most well-curated anthologies in recent history and an absolutely exquisite reminder that what we rely on most can easily turn on us at the worst times.”
Check it out if a horror anthology exploring technology sounds like your thing. I can’t recommend it highly enough.