A while ago, I mentioned that my short story, "Specimen 1842," had been accepted for an anthology called Hidden Histories. The Kindle version is available for pre-order and will be published on April 15th. (A trade paperback should be available later; when I have more information; I'll share it with you.) You can order it at the link above. Here's the description on Amazon (which is where I also got the cover):
Third Flatiron Anthologies feature multiple winners of science fiction and fantasy reader polls and recommended reading lists.
Hidden Histories is a new speculative fiction anthology with the themes of alternate and secret (shadow) histories.
Hidden Histories, agents of the ancient Library of Alexandria attempt
to steer human history, a witch at the stake explains how she was
framed, a missing airliner black box turns up, General Custer is
defeated by wendigos, Queen Elizabeth tells Shakespeare she was cursed, a
seance saves the Apollo-13 moon mission, an alien ambassador mentors
Jimi Hendrix, a competing ship line plots to scuttle the Titanic,
were-boars fight Nazis in WW2 Germany, the back room of a bookstore
holds histories written in the future, and a girl learns the true
history of Chinese dragons. These and many more stories entertain while
exploring revisionist interpretations of real and fictional events.
Hidden Histories presents 28 original stories from an international group
of contributors. Writers include Bruce Golden, Matthew Reardon, Brenda
Kezar, Kai Hudson, Brian Trent, Jonathan Shipley, Dantzel Cherry,
Edwina Shaw, Dennis Maulsby, Michael Robertson, Mike Barretta, Ricardo
Maia, J.D. Blackrose, John A. Frochio, Arthur Carey, Sandra Ulbrich
Almazan, Elizabeth Beechwood, Robert Dawson, James Chmura, Tony
Genova, Sarah Hinlicky Wilson, Simon Lee-Price, Shannon McDermott,
Jennifer Lee Rossman, H. J. Monroe, Evan A. Davis, Tyler Paterson, and
A. Humphrey Lanham. Edited by Juliana Rew.