What’s that, you say? You are looking for a volume of good flash fiction, with a wide variety of genres and voices? All bound within a beautiful cover?
I think I can help you with that:
Presenting “The Best of Every Day Fiction 2008,” wherein you’ll find three of my stories plus work from a whole lot of other writers — 100 stories, selected as the best by EDF’s cadre of editors.
My three entries in this anthology are all fantasies, representing a diverse lot. Tell’s Choice looks at the William Tell legend from the vantage of a ghost. Monochrome wonders what it might be like if a supreme being decided enough is enough. Invincible is out-and-out sword & sorcery, in under a thousand words.
All three of those stories are linked from the “My Fiction” tab above, if you are curious. Or, you might want to just wander on over to Every Day Fiction and poke around. EDF offers a brand new flash fiction story every day (including a horror story of mine quite recently, as mentioned in a post below). EDF also has a “random story” function, a searchable database of stories and a fairly active forum for readers and writers. It’s all free, too, except for the nifty anthology.