The Futuristic Canada Anthology has been released as an ebook, with a print book expected soon! You can pick up your copy on Amazon here.
Before you grab your copy: There will be a Canada Day promo from July 1st to July 5th — and guess how much the ebook will cost? $0! That’s right, for FIVE days in the beginning of July, you can read stories about dystopian Canada for FREE.
Description of the anthology from the official website:
Canada is a land known for polite people and poutine, but don’t be fooled. Canada is as diverse as is it vast. From an apocalyptic future to genetically designed children gone bad, from librarians trained in the martial arts to sentient bookshops using spell books to increase sales; this collection of speculative fiction was inspired by the cities, wilderness, and rich cultural diversity which makes Canada great. Sit back, relax, and get your alien-blaster ready, as you experience a Futuristic Canada.
Whoever said Canlit was boring‽
This project was part of Alliance 150 to celebrate Canada’s 150 years.
Can you guess which story is mine? Obviously the one about the bad-ass librarian!
The Night Librarian was the first short story I ever sold. If you want to read more about it, check out my blog post on the topic.