One of my friends, Eleftherios Keramidas, has a short story in this anthology. He has helped me edit my first major work, Crying Over Spilt Light and he’s a fantasy trilogy writer in Greek. His short story Toxic was first published in a Greek anthology called Applied Mythomechanics (Εφαρμοσμένη Μυθομηχανική by Sff.gr) and it was arguably one of the best among some of the best short story fiction coming out of Greece. It’s worth checking out and it will leave you with many things to think about.
Brain Games: Stories to Astonish (Third Flatiron Anthologies Book 28)
Are we just a glitch in the matrix?
“Brain Games: Stories to Astonish,” from Third Flatiron Anthologies, is a collection of twenty-seven short science fiction, fantasy, and horror short stories that speculate where the brain’s logical and creative sides might lead us. Tales feature puzzle solving and ingenuity, inverted tv tropes, inventions (clockwork, biomedical, and Rube Goldberg), masterful creations, mythology, technology and robotics, and social commentary. A flash humor section (“Grins & Gurgles”) is included.