Peppermint Tea in Electronic Limbo

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Peppermint Tea in Electronic Limbo is now available in the Qualia Nous collection of science fiction horror stories. I’ve never thought of myself as much of a horror writer, so it’s a heady experience to be in an author lineup like this. Headed by Stephen King, no less than nine of the authors have won Stoker awards in one category or another.

Many thanks to Michael Bailey at Written Backwards for including me in such distinguished company.

Here’s a preview of Peppermint Tea in Electronic Limbo and some description in the author notes. The collection is available through Amazon.

The full contents list is:

The Jaunt by Stephen King

The Vaporization Enthalpy of a Peculiar Pakistani Family by Usman Tanveer Malik

The Shaking Man by Gene O’Neill

Dyscrasia by Ashlee Scheuerman

The Rondelium Girl of Rue Marseille by Emily B. Cataneo

The Angel Chaser by Erik T. Johnson

Psychic Shock by Ian Shoebridge

Peppermint Tea in Electronic Limbo by D.J. Cockburn

Second Chance by John R. Little

The Effigies of Tamber Square by Jon Michael Kelley

Shades of Naught by Lori Michelle

The Price of Faces by James Chambers

Simulacrum by Jason V Brock

Shutdown & Tomorrow’s Femme (poetry) by Marge Simon

Lead Me to Multiplicity by Peter Hagelslag

Cataldo’s Copy by Christian A. Larsen

The Neighborhood Has a Barbecue by Max Booth III

The Jenny Store by Richard Thomas

Night Guard by Erinn L. Kemper

A New Man by William F. Nolan

Voyeur by John Everson

Kilroy Wasn’t There by Pat R. Steiner

In the Nothing-Space, I Am What You Made Me by Paul Anderson

Dura Matter by Lucy A. Snyder

Ruminations by Rena Mason

Good and Faithful Servant by Thomas F. Monteleone

Twelve Kilos by Patrick Freivald

Breathe You In Me by Mason Ian Bundschuh

18P37-C, After Andrea Was Arrested by Elizabeth Massie

No Fixed Address by Gary A. Braunbeck

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