I can now reveal the Table of Contents for the next edition of Latchkey Tales: Wings of Air! This is the last one for the year, and, if I say so myself, I think it’s our best yet.
I’ve been proud of all of them, but this one has that magical anthology alchemy you get sometimes. I’m super excited about it. So! Without further ado, the ToC is below, along with the updated cover with the names of our awesome writers.
The Tallest Tree by Recle Etino Vibal
The Breath and the Word by Shauna Aura Knight
Kindling by Donnelle Belanger-Taylor
Sink Holes and Whirlwinds by Deborah Guzzi
New Roachelle by Joel A. Nichols
Reichelt by Lora Gray
Vacation’s End by Mark Mellon
Learning to fly by Jax Goss
How Bird Found Its Feathers by Zoe McAuley
Wings of Air
Submissions for this year’s last edition of Latchkey Tales, “Wings of Air” closed over the weekend, so I will be starting to work through them and put it together over the next couple of weeks. Remember, the best way to get your hands on Latchkey Tales is to subscribe at our Patreon page, where you can get an electronic version of each edition for one tiny dollar every two months.
Omnibus Edition 2014
As soon as I have finished putting “Wings of Air” together, I’ll be starting work on the Omnibus 2014 book. I haven’t yet decided if I will be running a crowdfunding campaign for this, but if I do, it will be a relatively small, low key one, probably just to cover the costs of the cover art, and to top up payments for all the amazing writers and artists who have helped me make this project a possibility over the last eight months. It really has been a labour of love, I thoroughly enjoy being able to bring these stories and poems to you every two months, and i couldn’t do it without their astonishing work.
The Omnibus edition should be available on Amazon in time for it to be a perfect Christmas present for that short story junkie in your life.
2015’s overarching cycle is Clockwise and the six themes take us through six parts of a single day. They are:
February: “The Morning After”
April: “The Afternoon Storms”
June: “The Gloaming Dusk”
August: “The Midnight Blues”
October: “The Darkest Hour”
December: “The Rising Dawn”
Submissions for the first two editions are already open, so if you have stories or poems that fit those themes, please feel free to start submitting. I will also soon be actively seeking artists for these covers, so if you’re an artist interested in working on one of these covers, please email me at email@example.com and let me know which one interests you.