Saturday, January 28, 2012

Newman's story Ravana in FFJ Anthology 03



FFJ Anthology vol. 03
By Freedom Fiction Journal Vol. 03
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Paperback, 196 pages
Price: $14.50

In this third Annual Anthology we have 19 spectacular tales awaiting your pleasure in this book. As with every year of our existence, we have grown in both quality and quantity of genre fiction short stories. This is our largest and best anthology to date. FFJ provides an eclectic mix of fiction from varying genres in short stories. FFJ is listed in both Ralan.com and Duotrope.com literary guides and meets their guidelines to be listed in their respective websites. We have contributions in fiction and/or art from diverse countries such as: USA, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Germany, Sweden, The Netherlands, Slovenia, Israel, Philippines, Thailand, India, etc. We at FFJ enable sharing of thoughts and expanding of horizons. We also nominate stories for the Pushcart Prize every year. Please do also check out the previous two annual anthologies (vol. 01 & vol. 02) available at www.lulu.com or at the "Support FFJ" section of our website www.freedomfiction.com

An eclectic mix of all flavours of genre fiction

The very best of fiction from 2011 now on sale online. A grand compilation of 196 high quality 8.5 inch × 11.0 inch pages containing 19 spectacular tales that will entertain you every time you pick it up.

Contents:

“Trash*Can*Sam*” by Chris Castle
“Speech Bub” by Chris Castle
“How Do You Say This In Russian?” by Alexandra Burt
“According to Lizzy” by Aloysa
“Quit” by Jon-Paul Stracco
“Jury” by Jim Spry
“They Call Me Madman” by Andrew Bud Adams
“The Eye Of The Beholder” by Rob Ambrose
“The Thunderbird” by Emal Rustemi
“Vanguard” by Sam S. Kepfield
“Jackson Jones: PPI” by Nicholas Coriz
“Ravana” by James Newman
“Cleaning Man” by Tom Larsen
“Playmates” by Thomas Cannon
“I, Sita” by Shefali Choksi
“That Holiday Newsletter” by Diane Arrelle
“Last Bus To Home Planet” by Ujjwal Dey
“Beginners” by Chris Castle
“Voodoo Radio” by Chris Castle