Story Sale: Oranges, Lemons, and Thou Beside Me to Anthology WHEN THE VILLAIN COMES HOME

Got word from the editors that the table of contents has been revealed, so I can announce I’ve sold “Oranges, Lemons, and Thou Beside Me” to the anthology When the Villain Comes Home, edited by Gabrielle Harbowy and Ed Greenwood (Dragon Moon Press). Sequel to the critically acclaimed When the Hero Comes Home, Villain is slated for publication this August.

I’m stoked to be in such excellent company. Check out the awesome lineup:

  • Camille Alexa – Pinktastic and the End of the World
  • Erik Scott de Bie – Hunger of the Blood Reaver
  • Chaz Brenchley – Villainelle
  • Eugie Foster – Oranges, Lemons, and Thou Beside Me
  • David Sakmyster – Prometheus Found
  • Marie Bilodeau – Happily Ever After
  • Richard Lee Byers – Little Things
  • K.D. McEntire – Heels
  • Peadar Ó Guilín – The Sunshine Baron
  • Jim C. Hines – Daddy’s Little Girl
  • Ari Marmell – Than to Serve in Heaven
  • Karin Lowachee – The Bleach
  • Jay Lake – The Woman Who Shattered the Moon
  • Julie Czerneda – Charity
  • J.M. Frey – Maddening Science
  • Clint Talbert – Birthright
  • Rachel Swirsky – Broken Clouds
  • Tony Pi – The Miscible Imp
  • Leah Petersen – Manmade
  • J.P. Moore – Lord of the Southern Sky
  • Ryan McFadden – Back in the Day
  • Todd McCaffrey – Robin Redbreast
  • Erik Buchanan – Cycle of Revenge
  • Gregory A. Wilson – The Presuil’s Call
  • Rosemary Jones – The Man With Looking-Glass Eyes
  • Gabrielle Harbowy – Starkeep
  • Ed Greenwood – A Lot of Sly Work Ahead
  • Mercedes Lackey / Larry Dixon – Heir Apparent
  • Chris A. Jackson – Home Again, Home Again
  • Steve Bornstein – The Best Laid Plans
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2 Responses to Story Sale: Oranges, Lemons, and Thou Beside Me to Anthology WHEN THE VILLAIN COMES HOME

  1. Big, big congratulations with a side of cyber-champagne!

  2. Eugie Foster says:

    Thanks, sweetie. Cyber-bubbly, yay!

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